Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana
17 Jun 1840

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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - June 17, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana App Mem the Wabash enquirer. Pub Misuki every wednesday volume ii.8peakino with the Freedom of a Man himself f r b a to an audience of for Bemba Terre haute Vigo county ill Dialva Juie 17, 1840. By George a. Chapman i number 36. The Wabash ennui her it Faubl nihed Enert office on 4/.h,l tic Cen Era Jath and Ohio to Tref a directly edit of Tuii court Iloine. To dollars a a Era i.,. Tyco dollars a id fifty cent will received it Pahi Eigle 111oiiiiii train i Mech tube rib Uig or Twu Divari if paid in Advance or a Imir inon lit. No Pajich Dic tin cd till All arrearage arc paid unless at opt Loii of the proprietor. A failure to notify a i at the end of tiie year Viil considered a new it i Fiigen ent. J in tins Pai it or i a not allowed to Aven More Turin four Cul Simns. Adekk i i inserted three t inc. At one Dollar a Squire a lines to Conli Nind at the rate of2 cents per ire Kly. I Nies. Tie number of marked in tie manuscript Wincn handed in it in ii i minued till ordered out. Ai d Cigar of a d to Ccorbin by. Advertis Eine it it a la blighted by the ii it a. Or Lin or Cihir d a set inure 5.i for six Lio Hlll or i to a year. Al Rich uits. . And others by the year Iii to Iarj . For two ii tiros Quot i for Oliree 1 Irv. A f l Ltd i cams a a a a l ii it a c i they Sizow it by i resell my a hero to the pc and endeavouring to persuade them that is a real one. They show it by asking the people to vote for a g l god and gun did candidate who Quot will answer the ii Esimone of neither friends nor they show it by abandoning All argument and to growing Princi out of the contest. Thy slow i by their log Cabins cider barrels j pitchers canoes bails banners pictures and Parade not and drunkenness fit Only to amuse if they did not disgust a London populace or a i Erieian mob. I hey show it by their incessant and monstrous 111 representations of the acts of the adn Ginistra tin. And their Cau Scless abuse of the men who com a Ose it. W hero the True hearted american who would what but till corruption and fraud in elections will pervade every state ? what but that minority candidates will thrust into tie state Legislatures and Quot Broad Seal Quot members into Congress at the Point of the Bayonet an interesting Story. In 1809, among the Clever Young women who endeavoured to earn a livelihood by contributing to the parisian periodicals was a Maiden aged 18, whose name was Pauline Mezulan. She was of an excellent flood of demoralization has swept Over our land i family in Paris but her near relations who had give and upon some states it rests in stagnant pools con in her an excellent education died and Maudlle. Laminating the atmosphere of Liberty and threaten vie ulan had to look out for the Means of living ing death to every thing virtuous Noble and free. It she had a taste for literature and determined to try is the monster Bank which living struggled i whether she could live by her pen. She sent its Blandishments its Curry tion8 and its j Ous Little tales Essie is and poems to some of the terrors to overcome the fearless and incorruptible newspapers and magazines but unfortunately none of them succeeded in obtaining insertion. Editors Are often hard to pleased. Maudlle. Mezulan no 111. R j in l Rte r Uii a a a Kimii 111 t Mirtiz. Publication had eminent Success and the payment ii received was sufficient to let the Young authoress Ivy in in i tip Comfort. A she Ven became talk of i c limn a Ivrus Iii for Iii Ai vain Cut in it Ait i Tiki a ii a it tor a curium a Ltd a year. I Lul statute Lur a lit for abroad t 11 Al a. Ulli. Oril Rei 1 r in i t . Muri a Lau. Or. Kendall s address of i our c in by Fri. I r tip split of i of milk Iii Niri i is a i a in it to a of a i of a of p lev i v win bet to 1 give. A. I Jolt cd 1 a it i. a a i to at. I m tin in i at or . Y a a s Irne tii t i l theor Iii like ill t in Man then at the head of tiie general government turned to the state legislature where it found no difficulty in buying up senators by the dozen that the had perseverance she had Energy As Well As Talent people of Enn Sylvania were indebted fur the profligacy in and this made her continue efforts which were exhibited in the attempt to subvert their liberties literally without Hope of their being successful by the sword. To Means furnished by the same and meanwhile one by one her ornaments disappeared. Nit ashamed of his Cou Witry if she could by such similar institutions or those directly connected with they went to Purchase food raiment and fire Means induced to abandon her right to question them if not even to the Bankers of Europe Are the at last her perseverance was rewarded. The Man cat id dates for Olifice and throw herself a condition j people of the United states undoubtedly now indent agers of a publication called the publicist accept i by into the arms of the president and a party which not Only fur the deprivation of morals which some of her paper they found Merit in the Opin Bias Iii . I or dare not avow them threatens to break up the foundations of society Quot but of the Reading Public and it was found Worth from this Comite Init of the Piile a firings the of for a Large portion of the Means which enable their while to engage her As a constant contributor. The 11 of the leaders of tins party to the Extension i Quot executive committee Quot at Washington to prose right out rage and their bleary at empty to Cule the War a it rain get an honest and democratic a it i car Riipi it canc Maliu. Ilio to. Nit Tratton. Twas violating moral Odi Garion it til for text Quot Goveri Imenit Uliey will not Trust and plundering thei r Oivin people through the Bank to film with Poa or when tip Vej can avoid it and when of England that the British govern Niento was enabled Over the of poll i 1,1 to presents itself take from them to keep the world in arms during the scenes of tic a soirees were so Well attended As those of a Suard that Stich Tivey. do not scruple to French revolution am the British party in Anier j a Well known and wealthy Littera eur and at them it impel their dependents to vote their will at elec Ica Are profiting by the profligate exam Nile. Laws an invited guest Maudlle Mezulan met and mingled t i Lis. Instead of Timeir own and so to manage their Are violated with impunity moral obligations Are with the persons male and female most distinguish Ite i fairs a. To Reward or punish More Humble scoffed at and derided knavery walks the streets Iii ii f if til Mir Render or assert Iii of the right of w Ltd a bold face a of honesty plunderers of the Public Tiec Iii it ii it. Rynn the same in Cipie they do not and of Public institutions obtain sympathy and tie to Ell Quot to in elections and client in the give nest and the administration which sternly sets turns. Ife Cill a Tew facts of Reee it occurrence and face against these evils and their authors is sought Itu. L Ken that i do them no injustice. I to made the victim of its firmness and integrity. Ill a Quot tie or the present Harrison party i bad men Are permitted to overthrow it by Means had a Osters ii Lif the Iii auts lit in ,.l.-e a a a Tzuni 11 a Annj the Phenomena of the dead sea. have mentioned professor Lee s article on the geology of this famous Region. One of his positions is that the country has been volcanic and accounts scientifically and very sensibly it seems to us in this manner for some things which have puzzled people heretofore. A great Deal of infer nation on the subject at Large is elicited in the course of the argumentation. Are reminded for eat Nile that no less than eight volcanoes of the description referred to have been specified by a German geologist. It is moreover to recollected the professor observes that in ancient times How Ancie t it is difficult to determine the action of volcanic fire was far More extensive and intense than it is at present. Between Naples and cum a there Are no Les than sixty craters some of them larger than Vesuvius. The City of cum a founded 1200 years lire Christ is built in the Crater of an ancient Volcano. In other parts of Italy there Are undoubted vestiges of ancient volcanoes. The same is True of Sicily. Many islands in the red sea and the grecian archipelago Are volcanic. There Are remains of Large craters in Spain and Portugal and those in the Middle and Southern parts of France cover Many thousand Square Miles. In fact it is of ii d Fiat if consider trap and porphyry among of and inquired after so that she frequently went i volcanic rocks As they Are regarded at the pres did you Ever know to into literary society. At that time no literary a a it a by Tyg Liall find but few countries but that a Vernm Quot it of Pennsylvania so a profligate and with motives so corrupt what is to l Tive a old branches. By but that they will proceed to tie Nitro in Tiou of Trio uranus of Dise lives u on the ruins of our free govern a Iid Pilicy Tir it or. To elect a governor Merit and the enslavement of our people t tiie i Mise of i pres Tita Tives but a it will my Endeavor As far As necessary to cd for Talent in Paris. Thus happily did matters proceed until poor Pauline was unable from a severe illness to Send any More articles to the publicist. It is not the custom for editors to pay when contributions Are not sent to them unless the writers of such vital importance to the work that it becomes prudent to a them during illness for articles to written alien have at some period or other been agitated and convulsed by the Agency of internal fires. It is easy to show that the catastrophe which overwhelmed the cities of the Plain was not a solitary occurrence of the kind but that nuni Erous instances arc on record of similar Phenomena even in comparative modern time the year 16 i3, a Volcano broke out in a Mountain in the Island of timbre one of moluccas and during the eruption the Mountain Sank hair stand on an end. And entirely disappeared and in its place is now a Guage. Iny of tiie circular lakes in the Soutsi of it As what for example 1 Italy Quot Bakewell Quot Are supposed to have been Superior court. Per curiae. Have you any �11 will or prejudice against the defendant witness. Not in the least i Only think one of the greatest villains that Ever breathed. U is Clear to that ought to Hung and i must confess i should like to see Justice Doue. Counsel. Why do you think ought to Hung w. Because s a mean Low lived disagreeable Low bred Puppy that had it ought to bellowed to seen in no gentleman s company by no manner of Means. C. Is dishonest steal w. I can t say i Ever did but i know would if could git a Chance. C. Is quarrel Riore 1 did Ever quarrel with you 1 w. Not knows better than that Bat has a very quarrelsome disposition for All that. The very looks of makes double up my fist. C. Did you Ever quarrel with Himl w. Heaven forbid 1 never quarrel with nobody. I Only told what i thought of . C. And what was that ? w. Pretty much what i told you. C. Did you Ever threaten 1 w. No i never did i might have Shook my fist at or told i would spit my quid in his face and give a whipping for two cants. I might have said i would it mind giving a co hiding or kicking but i never threatened . C. Why what have you against Hinl w. Nothing at All but i think s a very bad Man. C. Is Given to profane swearing 1 w. Yes very much. sometimes makes my uses shocking bad Lan they Are convalescent. Now poor Pauline Meu formed by the sinking Down of govern Lan was very useful to the publicist but her articles j or Raffles in his history of the Island of Java drives wore by no Means indispensable to its Success Espe an account of one of the largest volcanoes on the it a c in. A a a it Ryne to tiie r i a j h 10 i c 1. Fie y 1 it it -1 k a Are a v a of or. A m. R u ii nil 1. Lies t i y 1 lil t a lir i a were Del it Quot i Quot ii of 111. Per Quot a i�z11 in. E a. Erv 11 Zir to i h 1 1 a Quot ill. A to t j Nii a to to a to a. A. Ven a a i ii Iii it Cai i ii. To , or Al l 11. T ii i. Piao 1 1 Feen 1 in w la in l t l tar Eil Lvi it i it , another u and at in Nei Corfi to the to n Liti a w ter u i it 1 Utitia a it u r. Aiichi t lie the w in 111 a i t m a it a to r it Ete it it a Quot k ,&Quot in s r. Oil Ltd 11. Lit. But in i r it. Ril v a or i a a a Iii Rei t Uliuli a i 1 t �1 la la ids Lull it i a r a i it Teni if Subiti Illint of the decide t a i it v i Terii ined to disregard ii in and n if til Quot government of the Sute Al of ii i tiie county of Quot l my Leip a a iritis Anil in. Aiea in a is of a Ertis Siml by a m Igor if til Quot elect Iii vet thou a i the 111 a \ eral Ini Idreos a m 111 or i. To in Jill m it a a i t i tii ate to the Olifice of the or of site. so Wing that h Irri-11 a ii Iii it h no a m in Rity. Rise cil Indre of in it Iii t my Urie is i it to the Osiier i i g,.e tie Iii a Rij Tity Nothe in Iuse of Uei -litilive.-. I Ort ii in t v Lilis Cerlini Al it. in in til i Ive Rizor Aivil a a Jority of tie a i i. Til a or. to Quot Nubi icly his my til ire it the t Iii of a Over dior Asil it Lead Verle i it i. Rii Inus a i the dem Init in candidate 1 v i Quot thous Idil Jii meet Iii of the Vindy Cate the Edmini traction from the foul Asper Lions cat upon it and earnestly to inculcate scially in a Metropolis which sup lied very Many persons of no less ability than hers to write and lib Stiim for the work. And Maudlle. Mezulan was Island which was swallowed up in the Earth after w. I Heirn swear by Hokey and by the everlasting Gre it Squash. C. Does owe you any Money 1 w. No i owe and have Dono so these ten years and now s mean enough to Dun for it. A Short but severe combustion in the year 1772. A because thinks i m going Down in the world. C. Then i suppose there is some Little animosity Between you... I states that near Midnight Between the Lith i hit in tiie practice of a rigid morality alone can fully aware of thu so being thus sensible of her and 12th of August there was observed about the men or motions j Istley look for and safety. Situation and having been unable to have saved Mountain an uncommonly Luminous Cloud by which Ribiat there is but 01 code of morals for private much Money Feras of indigence and distress haunt i it appeared to completely enveloped. The in Hab am Iii Blic if Iris. her sick bed. At this moment Relief came in an j it ants residing on the acclivity is of the Mountain i that ire mom i is it it oct Ary conceding unexpected manner so As to seem quite Providen a Beconi Niino alarmed fled but before Tuey could All to every one his right and seeking advantages of tial and relieved her terrors mitigating the fears reach a place of , the Mountain Beiran to Aive a a abolishing the reality of distress. A and the greater part of it actual love in Anda that every Freeman has a right to know the Polit she was lying on her bed of sickness one morn disappeared in tl Earth. At the same time a ire \ report was made to the convention ical opinions of any candidate who is presented for ing sadly musing on the evils present and Antici mrnous noise was heard resembling the a in Iare of tobacco planters held last week at Washington Hiss Ullram of and to deny that right is a wrong p led when a packet reached her by the Hamu of the heaviest Caius ii. It was estimated that a which gives some important statistical facts in rela an unknown messenger which was directed in a j extent of ground of the Mountain itself and its in Tion to this Branch of business ii tied she lid not know. W. Nothing to speak of Only i do hate . C. That will do you May go. G. Thank your Honor. To glad to off for i doa t want to Hurt the Man. Sunday morning Atlas. Sent my 1 \ to w is Numis rated by a j incr Titi Lih it i Quot Anil in n a i a Wai tied for t i it h. Iii Quot Troi i lice imm a it i u. a Iier or n in tiie rain a it it Quot 1 1 . R Iii in Lenui i 1 m. A in 1 a -1,11 they weakly pert i to a a 1 i tie in Stirle for put or it Quot tins i 11,1 . By premed a tie i Uff of i in the of ins entry i the same rank. I Iseyo it a a air is Iise i ii h to Dis Rizii n Ile ice in lied Nielli Iii cd 1 it 11 to u i let Irv Hlun ii i t Tui Viitel y h i i. 11 n lie. 1.1 cd Al Quot lie a it it ii Iii to holi Quot it kit Uji Mei ii . 1 of at a Nneal. In it Iii in a a a a it or id to i Quot on s. Tie tie i orr.-. .1-&Quot to i ill in 111. I Piriya �11 it i the Zimiri i in a til r i Ilir ers. The i else returns and with Rie sch Ite immedi Italy and Wii ii the l pm Quot rats of the Iteni Kielion into that body the �?�i.&Quot. sepia Italy in Conj ii Ler to org 1111 a House and i ii Democrat c members did and insult which strikes at the Root of the Rej Resen native government and is the adoption of kingly principle. I hat the cause of morality Freedom and Law the interest of agriculture manufactures and Commerce the peace of the Colin try the rights of the peo Jile and safety and improvement of their institutions will a promoted and secured by the election at regular intervals until she was Juit of or. Van Lauren. Her own line and manner which an Anonymous note accompanying it requested she would Send to the publicist hoping that it would accepted by the editors in lieu of her own. I lie writer added that would take leave to transmit her a similar article. Able to j i i Quot a a. Quot Quot Quot average value it contained an article m mediate environs 15 Miles Long and g Broad waa of tobacco exported to Europe from october 1835 to by this commotion swallowed up in the Earth. Bout 40 villages and 2,957 inhabitants were . Journal. I sume the pen. Ignorant of tiie hand writing , finally that it is the indispensable duty of line halt a no idea who her unknown Friend was. every Man who wishes to preserve the Blessi an a nest representative government property the of contracts the Honor of his the Publ Cisle and the same remuneration As her country and the Freedom of Man to oppose by All own contributions had produced was thus obtained honorable Means the election of a eneral Harrison j by such Means All requisite comforts were secured who already sets the people at Defiance while his to her illness and the distress of mind which would september 1833, was $7,267,794, or about one tenth in value of the whole amount of our Domestic produce to Europe. On about 100,000 Hogsheads american tobacco which Cost in the United states about seven millions of dollars Europe levies a reve Havo materially impeded her recovery was Wii Olly relieved. Nvhenmadlle. Mezulan resumed Hir own literary labors her correspondent ceased to write for her. She much longed to know and thank but months rolled on and still she had no clue by which flier to t it i err. R. Tie. I it retire in in Ihire. 1. I s wit h w Uichi pm trial the candidate it a ii i i throughout tie a Iii t l tic to by a Simu Iftner l w k cd. After an us \ n r Quot Viilu a a a Reshit a Aii 111 1 ,"11, in to 111. Tie trip in Ellie r tried a getter ii Iivo a civil to their 11 i a lit to til Quot Nii lit ii Fil r it t u Eil a tilt \e.ii>, Are ii a Mill Tieny. In with the True repro get ii ves t i a Pill ule Olphia c it minty. Hut As like i Mieir Ami a maj Ity i tiie Senate were of the friends mock and insult them by a childish and Ridic ii Ironson Leroy All Power wis in their hands and it Ulous Mummery fit Only to amuse the wild natives h eau Ernie it Lii Al they intended to create by a of Mrica. In diary 11.vi r. A Iino a Rity 111 the House and let aside the ferocity of the Harrison party is equal to their till exertion. 11 i Only of several senators and rep Folly. In every moment of rising Hope Tivey cannot "l.t.jtlve,. Hut of nor also restrain their jeers and their taunts their riotous Rill in n. More by l. A a Psi during the people parades shouts of exultation and groans of insult j to ascertain who her Benefactor was. At length a and tie hire tii Aii their it it daring usurpation of while holding a High Public station i have seen my a Young Man Pale and slender with a countenance of a a crib Well or Napoleon roused the spirit Iii Loren siring in terror from their Beds at the dead a mild and contemplative sex ression called upon of quo Nodi a mint multitudes poured into the Cai ill hour of nil Naglit in the belief that guns were fired her and introduced himself As her unknown Corres Lii y Organ /. D a committee of see and pre into the windows of their chamber. It was the can pendent. Jar a to it like Rigits of the people Rise of non of federalism in the Street where its mini dons Pauline Ile Mezulan instantly remembered that she tril Heil i Ivi Rii t Ami i guilty Counsell irs. Instead had collected to exult Over and insult their father i had met this Young Man at a. Suard s Spires where if reel for tin i Weir Fiul Sirn denounced the with mock music firing shouts and groans. She had heard spoken of As one who had won the cod of Liberty forbid that this spirit should fur himself the reputation of being one of the most and does an old Vav correspondent of the Salem tia Zetie says that a venerable nue of thirty millions. The annual average Coni ump Soldier and Patriot named Lemuel , Tion of our tobacco in great Britian is estimated now resides in North Danvers. was born at at 18,000 Hogsheads which Render a Gross Revenue a blessings of j kept his however and suitable articles were j Tewkesbury .mas.<. In the year 1740, and Conse of $17,275,900. The duty imposed is three Shil the rights of sent at Rogul in intervals accepted by the editors of Quentlyn is now one Hundred years of age. was Lings equal to 72 1-4 cents per Pound or Over 800 in the army under Wolfe and fought at the Battle per cent. The convention complain of the heavy ill Quebec in which that general fell. After the burdens imposed upon tobacco imported into for close of the Quot old French War Quot returned to his eign countries from the United states and have a Farin in Amherst n. H., but was roused by the Bat pointed a committee to memorialize Congress on ties of and concorde and joining the pro the . Y. Star. Vinci Al troops was present at the Battle of Bunker _ Hill. had always worked on the soil fora living. Remarkable instance of Honor among until within the three last years when by reason of the great Harrison convention at now f. R the for to tune d it red to c n info Al. And ,11 so Tordi Rigby seen vast a a Piem hinges Inie at great labor and , to . w a Etui id 111 Ritis irm Ciple or listen to any ,. Ill Lodr in n tiie Vii roof reason in the Iii nits 1 f Elry and Lead captive tiie feel of tl pie in a.\ Cit ement. Chat of 1 love t. T i Nam i the or iia Iliew Iii \ Iii a 11, a rail i of Birds in try. Or to tiie �1 out by w ii chit 11 i ily t jaws i a Lizzii. F in the i cd 1> tii Tinl Lien. To erty Othi .-Iiien- e in n i t tried Ider tie Toni King of 111 , i Lih a Atel a l. R Ieiri -. Big if by Lii. Iii id i i ii ii Iii jul up. The . A i l i ird c break. w Lii Muin Mery Ai Eligil to i ulry As it Shie t a meant of Eier t a i la exit cried to Indus Al Vej til. Ii Nan an d a committee of a Fern and pre i it the rights of the people. Fhe of Ivi Rii in Ami i guilty counsellors instead d n it for tin i Weir Fiul design denounced the is rebel and i Lerminez i Earry out the "11 try t free of Arm i Vooris wer called Ever git Post Aston four government Idi in it a thu. Kit hot and Bill cartridges not every True Rei publican say it of undid with the in of let us rally to the Rescue. Send Light among the tic Commonwealth seemed people and the Republic is Safe. For myself if it hair. .-t the militia of thebe possible that the people of this country can throw us Lance to shoot Down themselves into the arms of a candidate without a Ami Mivert Timeir own rights the Tongue to speak to them and a party without Princi t in cup til the Sitf Arm it Aie die a Leace of t l . Iid j l upon a s at Iii j with itself a Kitie Cli armed t i ter i no w Inch Stamps Rea a its i a Quot Iii to i of Iii inca to Turret i t i Ai .i,.ill Litis of lilt Fitler f or womb d like Ine lilt Curry ll Liy i court by Niru a a or Salt in for Quot r Gilt Lokie a tie Siirid take , fur Butler i of or War a g pm d <1 us guarded i of a. I o uie a to Iii. Of , Are Radii to ii rim a Stiitt of Tati ii and Prii. C w it us , and Vidal Uii of the his it Imit Cerve. 1 tic Harri Mui party in digress Are league in a great t usso Matin with its executive c. In Iii tree Quot a lip 01 ii. Ngu bord 1 irate Coin not tech Liiri Nhul tiie ii Iii r is big Money by tens of thousands to support ree8. To their mock hero libel the ministration. And scatter thin ugly tiie c entry a lie most unheard it abuses getting a a Newra per under a ,.rom so tii a Alliey shall Rece. in under Frank the Law by actually Frankg it. And devoting to Cir . Timeir talents tie r priv leg is and their time not tut lie Bumpess of legit in icon for which they a Ere Elk cled but to an Uhm rup Hujus Aud Oncea Silig Wurf ire upon Ariot Lier Depalm lit of the Over Merit. I Public bu6.nejs is ,d, the Public Faith violated and the Ordinary the government of a ruled that tie of oui Gress Tims the influence of Public Talion tie i Ici Tiee of like thank and Money from the arc usury to carry on their operations. In Stone cases election tracts franked by members of , Timeir own for inner tour had the audacity to request the Quot Aid of a a det to announce a party already mad with hoi of it f finite in is its regulars then in the Vicinity Power though relying for Success on noticing but Iii id to Liema Iid the president the Aid of the army their Industry and skill 111 deluding the people and if my feeble Powers shall enable to do anything to prevent it i shall esteem the Day of my resignation of the Post Ufi ice department the most Fortu Nale of my life As it has been one of the happiest. Democrats i invoke your Aid and co of cration. Amos Kendall. P. S. A cry democratic editor in the f Nion is res Cetl Billy i Quested to a a Ublish this , with tiie Iii vexed pros Jectus. I very Friend of democracy and an honest Dii in i Traylon is invoked to at Ive it first to extend the subscription Forward the names and Money to Osage pail or through is masters who Are per-111,tied by the Post office Laws and regulations to do to in litters written by themselves Prospect res for the extra Globe. I his paper published until the presidential ii Nan. 11, iture 0 the 1 1 Tell Lull. The ii Rin Irit a y in it i i v111 ? pm tut Mill Olor the v. ii i ii to t. A or it t a 1 a 1,ii a a Iiiock-11 -1. A 1 1, it Oil for. Ii id a a Iii 11. To it. Am of Quot ii to it. I a Irav 11 Quot ill Lulu pout not like Iii id ear Iii id ear 1, did the peo Jile ask ? nothing 1 it 111 of their Public of kers duly and lev elected by Large Imp critics. And ii Quot if prison party proceed in Timeir Mon. T. A Prive Vliem of Titis Den rest right i Treni Lilleh Elion As if it had not been i la tiie a i i.-r-.- a Power at the Point 1 nut b c Luc Tivey relented air ii us. Limey were not Idy fir blood t i put Down the rights of the people but two of i Weir number and two Only refused to in i l it the scene and receding from the usurp i j of prom Itati ves left it without a Jiin rum. Hold unprincipled and Limicy were Uliey dared Idi Proi oed when they ii Ulm no i linger so yield Timeir usurpation under coins to t .rm.s. 1v 1 1 1. .1 a a a a 1. .1 election in november 184tl, with one number alter a hat. On tins Oconis in was the conduct of those who con get Lii the Harrison a a arly in other states did they in Mii Unee tue usury it ers and take the Side of like a Leople no to a Man they sustained. Enci and defended governor Ritiner and Bis daring a Leales. Fhe people received from them Neil icing bit t to abuse with the edit tits of Trai. Tors Liu rebels. I attempt to Cleav Down by like Mot precious rights of to Yemen was every where apr nude i ii them to Howing the it tin same j con Temei Lor like peo Jile pervades that party tii rough out tie Fri in. J .�?�\ih1 Itiat live seen at the present see Sion of i ,"oiigre.-s the of kept in a to lie Dik organic it for weeks by an att Emit to Tiree into it As mixers live men from new Jersey Vii endive other men. Notorious bad a of the Voles i i tie Quot Broad it of the governor though cover Iii it known and a know More Sacre ii Titan the rising and promising Young men of the Day. She a stiffness in his joints has not been Able to toil. Columbus Ohio when the Talent intelligence dig his health for the most part of his Long pilgrimage a a a in integrity of the state assembled with their has been remarkably Good. has never been troubled with a physician or Medicine but once in his life and that was at the age of 20, when had a slight fever. Seargeant Winchester has been twice married his present wife now living is 86 years old. By his first wife had 12 children 4 of whom Are now living six of his children were twins to has 41 Flajs hard ,canoes and log Cabins a a Eitleman Delegate found his pocket minus a Small but convenient sum of Money which supposed must have been improperly taken. Suspicion rested on a brother Delegate and search was made when to and behold the Money was found. The whig thought they must rid themselves of the stigma of i the evil deed and therefore attempted to induce the grand children 39 now living great great grand a thief to Call himself a Democrat. But the pick children 2 whole number of descendants 1.57. had been struck at various times with his modest i Rode out on wednesday morning and called on some Demeanour and eloquent and thoughtful conversation and also had taken notice of her although until that hour had never breathed to her or to any one the interest her Beauty her simile manners and her talents had excited in his heart. This interview was to slowed by others until at length Pauline had the pleasure of having the benevolent stranger her recognized Lover. Very tenderly they loved each other and they married. But what connexion has this anecdote with .>1. Guizot Why no More than the Little circumstance that the actors in this Little drama of the heart Are m. Guizot and his wife. The marriage took place in 1812, the same year that became professor in the of University of Paris which still holds. But i anticipate. Madame Guizot s letters on education and other works show that she was a Clever woman. Jav. Y. Star. Of his descendants and other friends without fatiguing and says Quot guesses Quot shall go to Salem the 4ih of july to Independence. is moreover a firm and staunch supporter of Martin Van Buren and democracy. Salting . Holmes a the enquiry was made some eight months ago or More through the Farmer by so. of its correspondents what causes the Cream from the milk of some coma to Quot come Quot As the term is used for the process of making butter More readily than that of others \ Tuat this is the fact 1 am not exactly agreed it May so or it May not . I am inclined to the opinion i toners pocket whose sense of Honor was something Superior to that of his Fellows answered no gentlemen no you May Call a thief a rogue a villain but by heaven you can t cram democracy on to .&Quot wards giving tiie result in detail and an Index. Two pity six numbers will issued. A Large sur a Lus of the first number will printed and All lie sons subscribing immediately whose names and Money Are received before that surplus shall , will ail the gone copy. A. I six copies. 5twelve copies. 10 Twenty five copies. 20 and at Theam Rale for a greater number. Or. Kendall late postmaster general will contribute to this paper until november. I names of subscribers procured upon this prospectus and the Money should sent directly to sly and conf sedly pot paid or through postmasters who Are a Ven at the election 1 theorized by the the Post office Laws and regulations to Frank letters written by themselves enclosing to Dii a Traud was held by Triem Quot a a newspaper subscriptions. Pie s i Quot of Sui Fra and Hank notes current in the Section of the country was considered a better title to a seat in co7, a subscriber resides will received provid Tolian a m Jority of the i it eople Quot a votes. This was n to a Are not More than ten per cent below specie a Pei Iii Ivai iia scene probable because the Harrison going More Tolian they had a Rig lit to Frank have party Here had no governor Ritner under their con but in falsely marked Quot documents Quot t j secure tool to Lack the Quot Broad Seal Quot with Quot Buckshot and i free Init.,-Mission and in outliers the Franks of bail but the a Necmi t for the peo Jile and the will if have Ilieen i what would to Tram Jile on their rights were in both cases the tend the l"i3teeulivc officers Here if if a were to same. Form such a a Lute appoint such a con Mitilee and i freemen of the United states your liberties Are sort to Cuch Means 1 would not the very men who not to Safe of you May suppose. Think you if Are now committing abuses and outrages a thousand Harrison had been president the army of the unfed states would have been refused to his friends in Pennsylvania eur Iii time More aggravated Tjian any they charge against the ministration sound the Tocsin of alarm upon i thousand Hills and startle the country with the threatening danger and Are these combinations less alarming less Cerruit less dangerous or less criminal in one department of the government than in another a a contempt for the people lies at the the Bottom of this whole scheme of electioneering. The Harris con party showed this contempt in presenting Quot a miliary chieftain Quot As their candidate after having for years denounced the Elevation of such men worse Lor the country than Quot War pestilence und famine or any other in value. No Aper will sent unless the Money actually received. The Temps publishes accounts from Pondicherry of 2-jd jan., and from Yangon a French factory about 250 Miles along the coast from that City up to 7th dec., which contain numerous details of the dreadful Hurricane and inundation of the sea on that coast Menti by us but a Short time since. They Coin think you that in such a condition j cide in stating the Force of the wind to have been of things the people of that state could have main-1 such As had never before been witnessed there and trained their right to a Iov Emor and legislature of their own free Choice but by wading through Rivers of blood ? it was at Harrisburg on the very scene of the Ritner usurpation and by the influence of the leaders in that Des Erale Elf it that the nomination of Harrison was effected if elected Ritner s advisers will his advisers the profligacy and Dar ing Nens of that faction will transferred to Washington Ani their spirit will pervade the administration of the general government. What Hare you to or pct from it but what you Kare seen u Afie Mufti ? the inroad of the sea As dreadful beyond description. Upwards of ten thousand corpses had been found but Many thousand had no doubt been washed away so Many bodies lying unburied had caused a pestilence and the condition of the survivor who had lost most of their property exceedingly distressing the British authorities and settlers bad shown the greatest kindness tribe French sufferers but the factory and the tow6 of Yangon which alone lost 15u0 inhabitants could not recover from such a calamity for a great Many a amp is. A seducer foiled.�? have heard of a transaction which did not come sufficiently under an offence against the Laws to bring the party before a court of Law but fur which should arraigned before the bar of Public opinion. understand that a certain roue in this City had entered into a conspiracy with a mulatto wench notorious As a pander for the purpose of ruining a poor but respectable girl the daughter of u Mechanic. For six months they purpose and on saturday night they exp cited to arrive at the consummation of their hellish schemes for the Young lady had promised to meet the scoundrel at the House of the hag. It was a ruse on her part however for she told her Mother of the infamous proposal and her father becoming acquainted with the circumstances obtained the a a. -o.�-, 111 Tiivi Fusti near tia Deli where the wretch expected to seize Hie prey. They did not wait Long for was soon seen to enter the House and they took the Liberty of following and quietly concealing themselves where they could overhear the conversation Between the two Black demons the one Blacker in heart than the other was by her race. Their talk was of the innocent victim they had As they thought entrapped but while they were congratulating themselves upon the source of their schemes the father appeared with the daughter and they with the officers entered the room where the two wretches were holding their consultation. The appearance of the Young lady thus attending was like Anne Hil Atim to the guilty pair. The fellow cannot Call Hini ii Many was arrested and carried before a magistrate and the woman placed in the watch House was released on bail and she was detained until morning when As understand another examination was held and both released on the ground that there was not sufficient evidence against them. do not mention the names f the parties because that would drag the name of the Young lady before the Public and her feelings have been already too cruelly . Sun. My dear Julia Quot said one pretty girl to another can you make up your mind to marry that odious or. Snuff Quot Quot Why my dear Mary Quot replied Julia Quot i could take at a an inquest says the Richmond Star was held Over the remains of an old shirt found hut if upon a Loafer s Arm. Verdict accidental suicide. Quot the a have it Quot As an m. C. Said when hit % brother member a punch in the peepers. It was More owing to the state of the Cream itself however this May i am not about to discuss to it question. A Good Dairy woman a lady if you please at my Elbow informs of the following simple process in preparing Cream for churning and which she assures will never fail to Lessen the labor of churning if the Cream Good. The process is this. Some two or Throe Days before churning put in Fine Salt at the rate of about half an of. To a gallon of Cream observing at the same time to stir it Well and occasionally afterwards till it is put into the churn for churning. In the meantime it should moderately heated to about the degree of blood warmth. My wife has tried preparing in some four or five instances and it proves Well. Before using Salt were much troubled in fetching our butter sometimes churning and churning and churning four or five hours until our strength and patience were almost exhausted and even then succeeded but miserably in Quot bringing it"�?8uft, and ill Lavur red. But since have no kind of Trogolo uniformly coming in 15 or minutes Good and hard. If you think or. Editor the Abo will of any use to your readers it is at your and their service. B. F. W. Julaine Farmer. The following is from the state Gazette of Prussia Quot of the 476,i86 inhabitants of Petersburg there Are 200,000 mor men than women. There Are in the capital 1,123 ecclesiastics 1,232 general oils cers 12,474 foreigners and 2138 actors and actresses. The number of houses is 8,665, of which 5,405, Are built of Wood. There Ara 41 chemists 4 foundling hospitals 6 charitable institutions 33 government and 37 private printing offices 2,572 shops and of these 181 Are milliners and dress makers 23 Confec-92 taverns and 191 Bakers. There Are 4,111 Street lamps of which 194 Are lighted by Gas 304 police stations about 8,000 carriages 11,000 Hackney coaches and 36,000 another Harrison farce was got up in new York on the 18th inst., said to to a Celebration of Harrison s Victory at fort Meigs. It is somewhat curious that those very men who denounced the War of 1812, As Quot unholy and unjust Quot and who declared that Quot it was unbecoming a moral and religious people to rejoice at victories obtained by american arms Quot should now celebrating such victories if the defence of fort Alegs can called a Victory and it is still More singular that All the British vessels in the Harbor of new have displayed their colors in Honor of the Celebration of a battled in which their own army was Defeated. Quot sue would a following thrilling anecdote of a Young South Carolina girl copy from a Story entitled Quot tales of Marion s Sally St. Clair was a Beautiful dark eyed Creole girl. The whole Treasury of her love was freely poured out to sergeant Jasper who on one occasion had the Good Fortune to save her life. The Prospect of their separation almost maddened her. To sever her Long jetty ringlets from her exquisitely formed head to dress in male attire to enrol in the corps to which belonged and follow his fortunes in the wars unknown to was a Resolution no sooner conceived than taken. In the Camp she attracted no particular attention except on the night before the Battle when she was noticed bending Over his Couch like a Good and gentle spirit As if listening to his dreams. The Camp was surprised and a fierce conflict ensued. The lovers wore Side by Side in the thickest of the fight but endeavouring to turn away a Lance aimed at the heart of Jasper the poor g irl received it in her own and fell bleeding at Bis feet. After the Victory her name and sex were discovered and to litre was not a dry Eye in the corps when Sally St. Clair was Laid in her grave in a Little Green Shady Nook that looked As if it had been stolen from Paradise not tar from the River Santee. A i. A Hoppy is the my who owes mining. Walking is the Best possible exercise. Habituate yourself to walk very far. The europeans value thums Clova on having subdued tiie Borse to the use of Man but i doubt whether have not lost More than have gained by the use of that Ani Mal. No one thing has occasioned so much degeneracy of the human body. An Indian goes on foot nearly As fir in a Day for n Long journey As an enfeebled White does on his horse and will tire the Best of horses. Little walk of half an hour in the morning when you first Rise is advisable. It shakes off sleep and produces other Good effects in the animal Economy Jefferson memoirs. A wond Ahful clock maker of Vienna whose name is Mathias Rathofer has constructed a clock of which the following description is Given its dial plate which is fourteen inches in diameter has in the Centre the dial for Vienna and around and radiating from it seventy two cities of different parts of tho world each with its own dial and the name of the place. It shows the difference of the mean time Between Vienna and the 72 other town and is set in motion by a four Pound weight Only All the other clocks however Are put in most Tion from the Centre of the Vienna clock so that if the work stand still nothing More is necessary than to set the Vienna clock to make each of the clock indicate the True time. No time to read papa a a men find Umo for every thing that is wily a gratification i and hence the Coli Plain it a n0taia for every men has time to read a paper Darin of mute Day or waiting for hit Mulk if in in certainly can find Lwe to improve it moan industrious a Matt Tihin to ten it the the Idle and Way a moly who have tto time

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