Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana 18 Mar 1840
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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - March 18, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana
A a iii Itji. The publ1.��hed every wednesday volume ii. The Wabash enu Uirl ii published every of Edne iday office of ath be in a Wabash and Ohio tir tit directly East of the Curt Home. dollars per annul. Int Dimart and Jim cent will be received if pud with iii Eigil Liioi Otiis from the tii Rieuf pubs cubing or thou a Tallart if paid in Advance of within Nonita. No paper discontinued till All arrearage Are paid unless at the option of the proprietor. A failure to notify a Diron Truance at the end of the year will be curia dered a new eng Hecment. Beheld the fabric in the erection of which be bad unit hed All the Renour Ett he could command wrap in one by get a beet of Klimec. With eager haste he Nir lied towards the spot calling As lie passed close by the j Filer who a Pitt iii before the prison Jonir with he Bunch of keys in his hand to follow Aud Render what assist stance he could. Quot for cod to fake grasp Quot roared be Corae along and help u put out the i he surly and stolid keeper arose from Bis seat and moved slowly Forward being naturally of such an indolent and lethargic habit that not even this occurrence could arouse him into activity. A Wiick. Quick or we a Ball by too late cried Terre haute al Foo pm my Indiana Btu hts los Adverl else Nib in this paper will not be al i he lawyer in a hot Arje voice. Quot heaven and Eartis Ngi iii ejaculated he Quot the fire Bas burst to rough the roof Quot urged into greater Speed by the sight of the rapidly increasing flames which now towered in a High and revolve iii through the air. Grasp trotted along towards the conflagration leaving the prisoner Over whom he had so Long watched with an untiring Eye. Totally unguarded except by the bolts and Burti of his cell. For a while the opening and shutting of the Roll Linig of feet Tiroui h the Village Street rendered it unsafe for the stranger Lowed to More than four rout not Advell i Quot la a Montri in cited Oliree times at one doll in a Square 8 Linein to be Coniti sued it the rate of 2. Cent pc per Squire we Kly. Uii Lesb tie number of illertion8 be a marked on tie Manum Ripe. Alien Hindeily in it will be continued till ordered out and charged . Advert Elentri ,.ubl lied by the i Marler or longer will be charged a Square for Bix iii nth or in a year. Merchante druggists and others advertising by they a will be cd urged. For two squares $15,5ti Tolpy be his but these >ound8soon sub for three in ii Ira a $�0 for Quarter us a coi Uijun of sided and in a Short time nothing was heard but the 200u Ems Hilf a col inti $50 three four lib Roar of the al Imes and the Distant cries of the pop of a column for a column. A year. Ulace who were striving with ineffectual labor to authorised by of statute must be paid Poting wish it. When tile footsteps of the hardiest for in adv Nice. Villager had ceased to strike of his ear the Cromich advertise Neils co Ning from abroad must be acing Ligure Rose Anim his incumbent Post it ture and Grid com anted with the Cash unless ordered fur Public ing into the mfg on Light passed quickly around the afterwards to be known by. The Yoang Eister of William of whom we have Uit de Bat alight Lection As she was but a Little firl at tia time a Raa Abo in eluded in the plan of flight and Mango had taken care to place Iti the Wagon a veral Trunka and Buzea containing the most valuable part of poor Eleanor i wardrobe. On the events of their voyage to new Orleans and the sub sequent hards i >8 and privations which they encountered until Thev reached the Village of Edgarton i must not dwell. With the history of poor Woodville or As we have heretofore called him Wilson after that period the Reader is already acquainted. We pause to resume in another chapter the broken thread of oar narrative. Citius by a brother publisher. I of Lage mul be Aid. The squatter. A talk Uff Illinois. Chapter v. . Quot i have t wife a Tomb i Prate at i lord i Wurum site were in liven to Atte own us Xot Reat Moe a Twer a it clean be lib Curumi . The a Ris 111 of Llie Vili i was a i Elili be Bill tie apartment in which William Woodville Wall coning i w in i wrongly secured Wiki bolts Ami the a indoor that out ezied n o it was gut Dod wit i huge Iron bar. It had but in Ai Ilicin item anal 1 try d. By Many of the iii Abitanto int lie a Toul be enabled previous to the Day appointed for execution t a make his Esca get and there were not Many persons in that part of the country who would not Uve been willing t a Ficili late cull an occurrence. One of the few however we t were and Lou Lulal the sentence of the us should not of Friis rated was the Jailer. He a course vulgar rain who had been a participant in my us the wild adventures of Thornton and a to hirer in his Midnight Carousel and he n in looked upon the prime ii a in Hie cd Stirly with an Eye of Peri on to in Liiv. For having Dot Rived him of a source i r in Winch he had contrived to draw a Large accession to Lut a a Ruper income. This feeling wad Kepi alive by the a Ort Ful insinuations of quirk who hated Woodville m ire than Ever on accous i of the fyn palsy min in cult d for Hin and the consequence w to Lii it Nur in Portiin it hero was guarded Willi a degree of vigilance til it i Erined to preclude a.11 Hope i ins enabled to elude his Tate. From Tho Lime mat la or it or of his Maner s cell was diet closed on Hin i Enlil a few Days pc Vious to that when he was to yield his life to tiie Viohl a Lawe of his country Mungo hid been a cons Ian at the Grae the prisoner at like prompt nos of an i infection which was increased Noi Frfd Iron i end of the prison remotest from the fire and darted i through the open door of the jail. In a moment i More he was at the Low St neg door of that it cell in j which Woodville was confined. His hand trembled i As he Drew a Large Bunch of keys from his pocket and he began to try them one by one in the lock. After a number of in Uccles Ful attempts one of them i was at length f und which by a great Effort of i strength he succeeded in thrusting into the key Hole. But he in vain a lied his strength to turn it the wards did not fit and after tugging and sweating in agony of mind for several minutes he found to draw it out Noiin was equally in vain. His forcible at Teri tiits hid injured some part of the internal construction of the lock and to turn the key or extricate it was utterly Imi>os8iblc. The eyes of the poor of Eiliv Ridley around with an expression of the Ulino it anguish and Large drops of perspiration rolled Down hib brow. At this moment the Moon broke a dark Cloud that had passed Over it and shining into the Hall of the prison the Light fell on an Texe tint to Tood leaning against the Wall in a Corner. Tank Iod Quot cried Mungo for it was no other than he Quot tank cod Quot cried i be As this object met ins View ill Clear him yet. he whispering in a hoarse voice that nigh the door Quot Hab courage Masa Mungo la stave de door drawing Back the axe with the manner and in like attitude of a practice Woodman Bis blows fell flit and heavy on the unyielding Barrier which answered with such a sound As made the honest negro fear lest it should reach the ears of the Distan j Filer. Rill there was no alternative and he renewed his efforts. Al length the Bolt by which the lock was d to the Wood begun to give Way. A a courage courage Massa Quot cried Mungo. Whose Hope began to revive and whose strength seemed to incr ase at every blow. At last exerting a powerful Effort he struck the Edge of the axe with the precision of one who Well understood the just ziment he was , against the lock and the Wood Parks of tire snap out from the collision and the Sev fell heavily on the floor. In an instant. Apply make Little cider Ray apples Are Worth More to feed my bore to la an fur cider but 1 make a practice of a electing my Best Sweet apples ibo so that Lurnis to richest Heavin at liquor Aud making a climes from them using the cider thus obtained fur making Apple or quince prefer pm by ilium Down fur molasses Aud keeping two or to Lumree barrels fur drink or ultimate Convertito into vinegar. When new from the press and Belpre Ferne station commences that which 1 intended for boiling is brought to the Bouse and boiled to the proper consistency using care not to Burn it Fyk that fives the incl asses a disagreeable flavor and taking off the scum that rises during the process. The Quantity to be boiled or the number of Berrele of cider required to make one of molasses will depend greatly on the kind of apples used and the Richness of the liquor. Four or four and a half Are generally sufficient but when care in not used in making the selection of apples five barrels May be necessary but let it Lake Mure or less enough must be used to make the molasses when cold As thick As the Best West India. When boiled sufficiently it should be turned into vessels to Cool and from them transferred into a new Sweet barrel put into a Cool cellar where it will keep without trouble and be ready for use at All times. Molasses made in this Way will be pure and possess a vinous or rather brandied flavor which makes it fur Superior to the West India for mince Apple or tart pies though when the apples used Are very sour a Small Quantity of imported molasses May be advantageously used. It is also excellent fur making Beer in the summer giving it a brisk Ness and flavor which common molasses will not to Short there Are but few uses to which it will not be found equal air Superior to the other. Its cheapness should also be a decided recommendation to the Farmer. The cider from which 1 manufacture my molasses id Worth at the press a Dollar a barrel and it is Worth a Dollar to reduce it to molasses thus making the Cost of a barrel of molasses allowing four and a half barrels of cider to be used five dollars and fifty cents. The Price of common to. Issues will average about fifty cents a gallon or sixteen dollars a barrel making a saving to the Farmer in the use of Apple molasses of a jul dollars per . From to Soutthern i Vermij Jium Euger she was to there. I a at were often i had town in Otbo a Days her kindly car h9r similes no longer on me atom she waa Nottberg her he Artia a till he Aii Eek in cold that heart unseen that form of fair Tai my old be waa not Tamra i no More her Silver voice i heard breathe a Nacda of Ewe Enesa to the tire in every soft and gentle word she was nut there i Miaad those Eye that one could bed the it of Joy on hearts hat Wear her a Mage Jet. That Light hath fled she waa not there i heard the Tonga she loved. To new Thia seems Timmy fair Fri of to bar i they made inesm she waa not there no More her step the Fri a the Light kor hers the laugh that met my ear on that whole scene had fallen a blight she was not there How dark Are Acenes when those Ore not who hallowed them the Good the fair How shadowed seemed that Well known spot she was not there Bot few remember Long the dead no sorrow can the worldly share yet some an Neer Foi it to fled. She once was there al 1mm7 be Law tint of Fremter amx it Mem my yen eoe he-�0wr a Wib win Aaieeb-�ue4. Fimm vhf a be Isaad Dee Olete a to Idiosa of us , Mie Irtel with pm. Deelmer Taiwei Pompeii or term was. Of marked Ibur feel Mere Mil lessened by the awful circumstances in which he by it Good every Comfort that his contracted situation admit a Heanor had wrung an unwilling ass no Frol. Like Jailer to visit her husband in i narrow abode and tor Tver al weeks scarcely a United for a moment but agitated beyond his str Iirth by the circumstances in wit ice Liis Darling Daugier and us Mung threw open the door and his Ebony countenance fairly glistening with Joy sprang into the cell and grasped his master stoutly by the hand. A come my sea come Quot be cried Quot Dere is no time to be tiie astonishment of Woodville and the agitation of Eleanor scarcely permitted them to speak and Nitti equally beloved son were placed a fever Lud Lungo too Well knew the value of time in their pres at length fastened on her Parent which soon iii reas ent fearful predicament to allow them an opportune de to Foch an planning degree As to require the pm to for Parley. The voices of some returning Villag Slang presence of his child at his bed sme. Every ers his ears quickened a they were by of Rte Fitin i that kindness or affection could Sug Gool fact donate apprehension for his master and therefore was rendered to me old Man who was reverenced not w ii tag to give any explanation he seized the and loved but All his Fiock and with whose Saffy rigs trembling Eleanor in his arms and bidding our hero under the peculiarly Leavy dispensation that had follow him rushed hastily out of the prison and darted fallen on him every heart sincerely Sunipa thied. Along the Little by path towards the Woods from but skill and kindness were and on which we lately saw him Issue when reaching the the evening preceding the fatal Day he brei hed his deep Shidow which the lofty branches of the Trees Istl a Lief inti Cung another heavy blow on a Jorel cast Over the Earth they were quickly lost to sight. Eanor s lacerated Liepart. The funeral look place on the following afternoon and the Sod was no sooner Laid Over his bosom that his afflicted child again sought the cell where her Alin fit partner was wearing away his few and numbered hours. We will Here leave them in tha Ripoly conic Union of wedded heart and ask the Reader to us in Anellier direction. It was at a Point of land four or five Miles from the Village that about an hour Afier Sunset when Twili til had wrapped All things in a Manile of dus i wonder Quot said one of the Boatman who had remained in the Cove which we before mentioned a Quot i wonder if Bat Snow Ball is Ever coming Quot i Dou t understand Thede doings at All Quot answered his companion. There has been the Nancy with a fair a Breeze As Ever filled a top sail standing off and on these four hours waiting Abr that cursed piece of Indian Ink. The whole business is too High die Quot for me but we must Bey orders if we break owners i Quot hark Quot interrupted the other "1 hear the rattling of Errera or High individual who is conscious of possessing Universal esteem and who believes that he Bas received Bis just share of reputation enjoys a Tranquility of a find which is unfavourable to the intense exertion of the intellectual faculties. In the other band the consciousness of great Damp sets and of a Small share of reputation rouses the mind to intense activity and kindles it to a state of enthusiasm. Hence in the former Case an individual is Seldom remarkable for originality in his opinions but in the latter instance ene a opinions Are Apt to be not Only original but tinged likewise with a High Negroe of extravagance. This arises not from any affectation of originality for the Sake of attracting notice but from an intense action of the mind stimulated by ambition and a sense of injustice. Whenever passion and reason work together the result is Almit equal to inspiration and Thuy May be considered a the general cause of Genius. For this reason we Seldom find a writer of great original Genius who fills any very High office. The dignity of the office is g Merally sufi sent to satisfy his Amu Ilion. Urig Dulity of Genius is usually of quod among that Munfor Tusaie class of men whose circuit stances prevented them from obtaining to Early life that distinction which they were conscious of deserving More than others upon whom it was bestowed. Departed heroes. Shout for the mighty men who sleep in our father land bleat be their grave shout Over Hill and Glen. And Over Aea and strand a Shoat for the Brave. When the loud War cry burst and the fire Brand was red on Concord s Plain. Who met the foe the first a who sent them Back Accurso ? they Are the mighty dead a shout for the a Ain. Where is that fearless band who in their Hall arrayed pledged at All Cost. Freedom throughout the land a Freedom on wave and strand 1�? death could not be delayed snout for the Loat. Freemen to have or die on our beloved soil. They were As we Forth fling the Banner High Forth peal the Banner cry no More a tyrant s spoil shout for the free. Shout fur these mighty men. Sons of our father land a Over the wave. And Over Bill and Glen. And Over Rock and strand a shout for the brava. Ivee of Irit Whatt we mme to tam. Law iii m emetic base indoor aim Tomt of emf Omi of a Bamert bid Wuh by i a cute key of. A by two myth amp of pm Mallei Jwia Omro Xhu it Ian in Ingr of plunder in Poetee Pereo v Tow vhf a Edwin him m-etauag4ir.the a a Fiina Timte lir time Sedy Maer impera unt their Livee we Fie tapered Abr the Kate Parkem aae Gatior in carry if it a a liw Wei Hanmi the Budroe and directed to fit now. To my Aller Luthir iii the Fate which in the a a a her infant should it be Dia covered flirt fitted of co real it from in Omaha Caf Terie my in Ped it up in her hoi Cly we Hiees Jai Fps. De by the aide of her Hii band Miro win no of Ohi hot inv of the Pivit Letioa of Hin f Joee almighty Arm can zip decor the poet a Nebr donate and deliver in the greatest peril a Ftp a Nirav Ellio from Sunrise until Ute at night the Ralfh Loag summer s Day the party arrived Etab Indian Viltage and the captives being a scared the ii Aoe threw themselves on the ground and were soon asleep j hat it May Well be supposed that Birda id Hie wife even after so much fatigue Fielt Lille disposition to Cloee their eyes. How they might escape Kame occupied their minds they mature their plan and Pat it loto execution but to avoid a recapture required even More vigilance and Reao lation to it required Inge Suity and strength to free themselves from the cords that bound them. They however get out and with their Liel ply a babe which by a Miracle they had still succeed in preserving unnoticed began at Midnight to retrace their Steps but before Day fatigue anxiety and the want of nourishment so completely Hausted them both that they found the following dilemma placed before them the child must be left in the wilderness or they must remain and perish with it. The morning was already streaking the East with Grey and they knew that their flight must have been already discovered they knew too the characters they had to Deal with and to escape there was not a moment s time to be lost. Distracted with opposing resolutions a sense of duty to themselves finally prevailed Over the Parent s fondness the Mother for the last time pressed her innocent offspring to her breast Bede wed its unconsciously smiling Cheek with tears and set it Down on the Green Bank of a Little tinkling Rill to perish where As she cast a last languishing look after she left it she saw it scrambling after the Flowers that grew around it. The father and Mother escaped to the settlements and or. Bird speedily collected a Large number of neighbors and returned to the spot where the child had been left but it was gone and in the lapse of years Blest with a icbms and a numerous progeny the parents ceased to weep Over their lost boy. Fifteen Summers bad smiled upon the harvests when in a treaty with a Distant tribe of indians an article of which bound them to deliver up any captives that might be in their Possession a boy was put into the charge of the commissioners on the part of the Whites with the declaration that he was a White found in infant upon the very spot where Young Bird had been left he was sent to his parents who immediately rect sized him by a remarkable scar on the right hand which he a by or it in. A boat with three persons in it have i he sound of a Carriage rapidly approaching now been seen Puiying silently into the Mout i of the in broke the silence of the night and in a moment of tie iii let which ran far into the land m a secluded spot where there were but few Hab Ilalio. On the opposite Side of the sound the Vighi House shed a Dun gleam through the hazy atmosphere and about Midway of the Broad Sheet of water tie while sails of a number of vessels were indistinctly seen As they bounded merrily on their course before a fresh and Favori Quot no Breeze. When the boat reached a certain situation which seemed to be pointed out to the rowers by the person who sat in the Stern sheets they altered their course and stood in fur the Shore. As to it Jii As the keel grated on the Sandy Bulton the same a Erst of it rang to i ind and after saying a few words to the Boatmen in a Low Aud Cauli oud tone began rapidly to ascend the Bank that skirted the Inlet and was immediately lot to sight in the thick hade of the Oaks Aud Chestnut Trees that View upon its Summit. Two or three hours Pai it sed away. The inhabit and of the Village had Many of them retired to rest but a few were Utill standing about in group conversing a the awful event which was to take place on uie Morrow. Amongst them the bin shrivelled Little lawyer with a Quick restless step was to be seen gliding Frum one knot of persons to another and Ever Aud anon casting a suspicious look on the prison As if he was afraid that its inmate would Tyft escape. The clock the Village Church had struck the hour and the number of loiter ers was rapidly diminishing when the same individual whom we lately saw leave the boat emerged from the Woods and approaching the j til in Sucu a direction As that an intervening Bouse screened bit from observation Stule cautiously into the deep Shadow which it threw a Ltd the Ginand and slunk clue Ely Down a Oder to or bijection of the porch As if awaiting to cart some secret of get. He bad not been lying there in his Crom hts Poe Tiee Many minutes wite a cry of ire re Eean a a Are egg the. Village and a Broad burst of Liam throw a flickering gleam on every olt in the a Eigio Teod. Lawyer Ouirk Elev incise be on ire 1&Quot roared Twenty voice i tote knit Roget fit ree ended through the Streec fee the nhe Bielema drawn of by this new of of Atte Mim rushed to the scene of the coning ratio. It wee indeed to be. The Pett Fogger met Etc i bag a Greet in were of Hesia Ess a Oer that Hia rival Wedi waved Hii Heel in Man am Pam engaged i a Wagon draw by two horses driven with such rapidity that it seemed to the sailors Wiio of course could 0� expected to know very Little of Hora Emaus a hip that they must inevitably be Dashel against the tree ii came rattling towards the boat. But Mungo Well knew the Tiery horses he was guiding Aud without suffering them to Slacken their Speed Turead de the names of the stately Forest with a certainty of Eye and dexterity of hand that would have done credit to a charioteer at the olympic games. But a few minutes went by before the framing steeds were drawn up on the Edge of the Bank and the inmates of the Wagon descended to the boat. Quot shave off Quot said Mungo As be sprang Down the Declivity and leaped into the bows of the boat after having released the horses from the Wagon and stripped the harness from their backs. The sailors glad that their disagreeable detention was St length the nominated obeyed the order with alacrity and letting fall their oars gave Way with Lusty arms and in a few minutes wore alongside a Brig that had been All the evening backing and filling opposite to the Inlet we have mentioned. I be Captain stood at every Gangway to receive the expected passenger and As soon As they were in Board gave the necessary orders and put Hia vessel before tiv wind. It would be Alig Hinog the Reader a Diane rement to Aupi Iose he does not comprehend without any exp a nation the movement of Mungo. During the three Day that he had out paid his focus joined Visita to the grate of the prison be bad been absent in the neighbouring City disposing of his matter a moveable effects. The plan which he had formed for the Deli Vermoce of the prisoner be conure Riemed to so eee a not even Woood vile deter iced not to excite Hopes which it might not be in his Power to realize. After of buining a consid Rai Smi of meaty Flroa the Aale of vac us orm Omote Nad Ather Pei Tahle a ticks belonging to William and a Leaai had vhf Meh Laid held of with an Elwi Paulim he my he next proceeded to bargain for their Pae eaps the Mew Orke Atti in the Vee eel which w june been them Meh. In the manage me f thie lie Hexhi hated so Meeh Edrit mss a Het Itea Elma never knew to the end of Hie Ifo pm wee Imi mud by the we us inner evenly Earlw a mkt i Hie Eek Tina lion who Imse Titi Perew we a 1� m the Omerly me red ahem Many a person Bas died of accidental wounds surrounded by kind friends overwhelmed with sorrow for the untimely death because they never once thought until it was too late that the end of the Finger pressed upon the spot where the blood is seen issuing would Stop it in a moment. And yet this would seem to be the most natural thought that could enter one s mind. Few Ever think of to in the perturbation of the moment. And it is important that every one should have it fixed in his mind beforehand and teach it to Bis children that the great Point in the wound is to a top the bleeding in an i it it us if it be profuse. Life depends on instant Actium. If nothing can be done till the surgeon is called the person is dead. Anyone can Stop the Blued As Well As he. Let the first person who sees the bleeding wound thrust in his Finger without the delay of an instant and Preas with firmness on the bleed my Point and it stops. If it is a deep wound he can feel the Jel of blood and know where to put Bis Finger. And when the blood is stopped the person is Safe at least for Tite time but the Finger must be held fast till the surgeon comes to tie tie vessel. This will require some decision it is True but who would not do it to save the life of a fellow being fat Warrior appeared on the Walls of Hurt pore during the storming of that fortress very conspicuous for his dress and Resolute Demeanour. A mine which bad been previously driven sprung under his feet As the storming party advanced. His figure was see distinctly projected Sonie height into the air and again precipitated into the ditch. To the astonishment of the spectators the hero Roee again rushed up the Steep and entered the breach with the King s 14th regiment cheered by the applauding soldiers who cried out to save him by All Means. But he would not be saved be turned upon the europeans and fought in the midst of them till be foil we Are not aware that there is an Imi Dent in the Art of War to match this. Arnold de Winkelried made a path for his Swiss com ions into the Middle of the austrian men it Arai by making fast four or ave lances in his Hoe of hut Altere waa about this hero of Bhart pure a pattern my Well As Patr Diotio Devotion almost paper. in 164, 35, 36 and Friend who came across an old volume containing an account of the Tulip speculation in Europe Sou years ago banded it to us with a request that we should notice the article for the Benefit of our modern speculators. It appears from the article alluded to that a Root of the kind called Viceroy was sold for 25u0 florins a Florin is about 36 Centa our Money another kind sold for 46 h florins a new Carriage 2 Grey horses and a Complete harness. One Man made 6,000 florins in 4 months. The account which is lengthy give the whole history of the Mode of trading. The speculation fever spread so rapidly that a cd Ute from the highest to the lowest became infected with it. At first every one won and no one lost i me of the poorest people gained in s few months coaches and horses and figured away like the first characters in the land. In every town some Vern a As selected which served As a change where High and Low traded in Flowers and confirmed their bar gains with the most sumptuous the conclusion of the account informs us that although roots were agreed to be delivered yet Large sums were paid for roots never received and others sold Roou which they never had. The business was managed in the same Way As the Stock brokers do to boil gambling operations in stocks stance a Tulip was bespoke to be delivered in synths at 1000 florins supposing the Price during that time to have been up to 1500 Florine. In that Case the seller paid the buy 500 Florinac the Roou not being delivered at All. After a while people got tired of this business or were unable to Fui full their contracts and the Bubble burst. Then the Sellers were very anxious when there could be no More gambling to actually deliver the Roou i hot the buyers would not agree to that. The Sellers then appealed to the court but the courts delayed giving an opinion and finally the parties compromised the Sellers consenting to take a Small profit instead of an exorbitant one. And thus Quot says the account ended this extraordinary traffic or rather Hai taught me that the Only friends to a an Call our own that know no change Are those Over whom the grave Hae closed the Seal of death is the it Hily Seal of Friendship. No wonder then that we cherish the memory of chose who loved us and Comfort ourselves with the thought that they were unchanged to the last. The Yelm we Foel at such affliction has Someth in it that softens our hearts and renders As better. We Foel More kindly disposed to our fellow creatures Herease we Are better satisfied with Oure Elveen first Fot the being Emete excite afle Ottob and be goodly for the gratitude with which we repay it to the Memery of one we lost Bot the regret we prove to Afi Eoa too or unkindness of these we to raied Nad Iurii is so mingled with Hattier Foel Tnge that timer Ever the heart dry up the Foa Ouia of Kinda eee a our a reset pm i mine with human Nelmy of Weand ear Welfl Diveto it amt Vul Laehle pest a the Thov Fang thet we have foiled to Essihe Elf Helina a hem a Ltd lavished eos. Us May in my to hear thing by As Nad Atra Otma Seoi. 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Wha hrs Imu Only 10 m Dotu and a Emmit i it a Arete it he floor. He a by us Maeott Aniyad a tto a Leif Cairo. F 1803 the to in of Miagi n by had received in his father s Honker the measure of his parents Joy win full but the boy wandered through the Rich possessions of his father without a smile. His Bow and Blanket we a Hie Only Joy. He despised alike the dress the habits and the luxuries that were proffered him and his mind consent by brooded Over the Forest scenes and spurts in which he had passed his boyhood. Vain were All attempt to wean him from Hia native habits and As vain the efforts to obliterate the recollections or his adopted Home from his mind. While persuasion and indulgence were resorted to he modestly acquiesced but when Force Wae tried and he was compelled to change his Blanket for the garments of civilised life and his favorite Bow for a Book be grew sullenly discontented and at last Wea missing in Bis father s House. He was Seda the same evening arrayed in the Indian garb crossing a Distant Mountain and bending Bis course to Walt is the setting Sun. It was upwards of Twenty years after Thia event that or. Bird and Hie wife now advanced somewhat in years removed to a new settlement where or. Bird had purchased a tract of land to e Grest distance from their former residence Aad while a More commodious building was erecting they inhabited a Small hut adjacent to a think Wood. One Day the old lady was left Alono the men of the neighbourhood having gone to a distance of several Miles to assist at a raising she saw from her door several armed and painted Indiana approaching her. Alarmed but Reeo Luta Ehe veined a Hatchet Aad a ending a ladder into the loft of her Dit Elling Drew it up after her Aad determined the a Foad herself to the last. The Savages finding their Forte to entice her Down were vain Laid Down their Rifle to ascend after her hat the first hand that was thrust throw Tow trap door Wae severed by the intrepid heroine Aad an Foror Hiag take at the am Mentz that the who Taa Ware Komi age tha Ladias re it treated and Dib not a Rad a the Weade inet Aalf x while Abnet at of name Romeal or. Bird Aad Hie party Eama a eight. Bot dec arneely had the deliver Era of w life Espro ached before Mia. Bird e it caught Ait of the severed hand Aad to there appeared before her the scarred right hand of her Elliat Eoa. of the Captiva boy i Aad Flom it i draw the a foresee that it a habit that a deep the Sav Tahia Arilde that Taehee him the Lovenb own poc suits Aad the might Riamond a la treachery and that he tween thaa laral per a a Eye disposition a of a there in no dm6eeaoe, except such As in created by Eda cation Ead it medea by treaty of a m Peterec Mph toe gained the treaty of Java a a _ 1806-Beaapacta a Samed Luly. I8i�-Pira a sneeze destroyed by ire at they n. York a mag them aka. Laily made Neear Earth adhered to the Briti hemp eclipse of a Nae. Same Day the divan of the Bank of Eagle add raised their do Hare from Fra shillings to Ive Hillinga and six Pence each. 1817�?catherine m a of Bald. Mar dered in Hedia new York by Joha an axe Elm had lived with him a Tong Kiaie an Hia wife. Same Day dreadful earthquake Folt at bar Oelo a. La riday Sar Scussa Madrid Messina am. Whole Village a destroyed. Abb. new bom whigs in Neserke proclaim general Jackson a to nerf Aad a and they seem to Point their Epi thate the fierceness of those who Hud a fed ii Tum it with As much apparent horror a if to loved the qualities of must Tom a id Charity i albeit these in Themea who Adna re the ductile Emi acuity of the a apr tie Harrison who Tolema Lif recorded his Mote of Sitf of Meme or debt Bee also they might he too poor la pay the inexorable demands of the Law 1 the worthiest Man in the Community might fall Ander each a system a victim to the Vleet whole wealth Osilka Arm him with i pre Aaion a Power Quot this might do for the la Century for the Days offo Odalis but it should stamp into indelible disgrace the rape to a that Man who had dared such an insult of poverty the virtue the Liberty the Hopee the Tice and the glory of a country that had Etra need within the last hour into a mighty existence a faint a mighty antagonist. Nor is this ally this party such Beautiful consistencies among other read Oak support general Harrison because of his Muity Iff services. But they do not Tell us that in the pm of our greatest trials. A withdrew from the a Crevice and reused his Aid because a was then said Itil Thadison would not Confor Upo Liim the commander in chief of All the armies of the United state Argus. Gen. Harris of is Lotf and he Heel for several years past a folic of Ilai Hiroo te., Ohio. The Emu a Shente of the of lace amount to 410,000 per Anil . But As the general by Means of age and other Canses is incompetent to p0rform the Dut Jim Rotthe of cd he Bas them performed by others at Low salaried not exceeding in the aggregate f4,000 by which Means the a foetal stays on his farm in the and pockets 0, i00 annually without rendering and service. And this is the Nian whom the Whige Call upon the people to support for the Preil Hinc a because of his poverty. Out upon such Hypoth. 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