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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - January 30, 1852, Cincinnati, Ohio\. Tifi to pm y a it a Organ. Of the Temperance Reform pull Shell every Friday at the 1 Ben Franklin steam printing to Nee. B v i alb c l a k k terms single a a a 60 club of ten mud upwards. Of a. Al 1 00 All a two Puong Mug be accompanied with the each and add reared postage mid to Caleb Clark bet Franku Pristic Hursa. A a main hut o. Iju of Ottna. The Lake Side by a a. Tact Torr. The shadows run the Inland sea Are Deen oing into night slow lift the a Lopes of is yippee they1 Chase the lessening Light. Tired the Long Day blinding he i rest my languid Eye Lake of the Hills where Cool and thy a Sunset Waters lie 1 h it along the sky in Wavy lines Oer it. A and Beach and Bay 1 Oreen belted with eternal Pines the mountains stretch away below the Rny ple masses sleep where Shore with neater blends while Midway an the tranquil deep the a Veum Light descends so seemed it who n j of Bill a red Crown of old the Indian Rod it and through the Sunset air looked Down upon the smile of Rod. To him of Light and Shade the Law a no Forest septic taught a their by i Ana a Tern cause to f i. His Tri Jer instinct sought. A. He Law these mountains in the Light a which now across them shines this Lake in summer a unset Bright w Allea round with sobering pipes. God near him seemed Frota Earth fool sky his Loving voice he heard t 4�, face to face in paradise.,a Man stood before the lord. F Tutt. R a address. To the Friend of Temperance throughout the United state and the brith prom Ture by the Saratoga convention a the Rev. John mar a of new York from the committee on an address to the friends of Temperance throughout the United states and the provinces reported and read the fallowing address friends and fallow labourers we address Yon at the present time with mingled emotions of Hope and Joy. I we have been suddenly and unexpectedly called from our Homes not by the Tocsin of alarm at some threatened calamity to the Temperance Enterprise Bat by a rapid series of Public movements. Which indicate to us that the great principles of our Reform have sunk deep in the Public mind and that there is a special a a for us to gird on our Armour afresh and with new vigor in the strength of add renew our conflict. To every mind it has been Fiat Incefy risible that the traffic in intoxicating liquors As a beverage has been in every Eity and Village the great obstacle to the Ranee so universally intemperance been act Faby have the Cinci been developed so Well understood and admitted As Correct that it seemed no Muse could be said of the i states subject a �?o11 Godf in third Jfe Anaed Vraz rolling in upon us which seemingly put at Bay every Etiore. Appeals bad followed appeals to legislative bodies that the Strong Arm of government might be extended Over the people leu Protection j but so timid so slow to act in moral reforms to swayed Are ail such bodies by a thousand political that our Faith and patience of vell nigh exhausted. But there is a it to evil. Even men who look at moral principle Are careful of their own interest and an outraged comte enmity will sore to rows suddenly become its own Avenger fat the last few months this people in masses have spoken in. No m test Keable tones., and. Legislature have acted boldly giving Hope that the Day is dawning when we a Hall see that to we hedged up and barred out in state after state until its desolation Are ended forever. A the last year the stale of Vermont so outlaw d it. By prohibitory statute that it Croe i Only like the Midnight Assas sin and be suite of Michigan made Itan organic Law of the state by an article of their Constitution that no License should be Given for the Sale. In the present a. A the. Young Moi god and take a courage shall we not Rise from one end of America to the other and in the Legislatures of new Hampshire a a setts Connecticut Indi and and Illinois action commenced of a decisive Chat Nice Rand in some cases if not completed sustained by a Large majority of the popular branches. In Ohio a Battle has been fought a and a Victory gained,.which we can cont Plale Quot no otherwise than with feelings and gratitude. To the voters of that Large and important state was submitted by her convention for the revision of the Constitution the question to be decided at the ballot Box whether it should fort an article of the Constitution that a no License to traffic in intoxicating liquors should hereafter be granted in the the result has been that of �?o217491 electors in that state 113,237 have Voled no License creating a majority on this important Point of 8,982, this considering the strength Oft a traffic in every City and town in the a state the deep in ter st of every licensed Vendor in the of his Licens and Quot tie Power of the tride to control the votes of in Tugnon and the vicious we cannot Toff consider a Goat result honorable to the activity and Zeal of our friends and Brethren. Of the goofy sense humanity Banff patriotism of the people and bidding us press Forward with Hope and Confidence in every part of the Union rut from Maine has come our highest encouragement Early As 1837. An Able report was made by a committee of the legislature of that mate of numerous petitions Lor protect Ion from the evils of the traffic. That committee presented a Bill for Quot the entire prohibition of the traffic in the state but i was lost in the Legisla Ture. Yert was pot lost to the cot unit to not to the people. From that be Rod tie friends of the measure have been assiduous in their Tabors to form to it the Public sent men t of the state. More Ian a year since they carried the subject a it they Felt they had a right to do fed the Bluit Box and returned a legislature which passed tire Bill but it was vetoed by the then Aetui governor. Nothing daunted the Bill with improvements was pressed upon the now existing legislature As demanded Fry of Haj almost without delay j it was adopted by a commanding majority and received the approval of the governor. By this Law of Maine All Rathe i spirituous anti intoxicating. Liquor Scepi for Medicine and the am is forbidden under pains Hinl penalties and All spirituous and intoxicating liquors kept Tor Sale but for these 1 purposes and by a individual specially commissioned under Bonds is to be seized and destroyed by the Public authorities. Such a lady if it is indeed the voice of the people and sustained by the people affords All the Protection which a Long oppressed and suffering Community can desire. It puts out the tires which have been burning the bodies and souls of men. It cuts off the Supply which creates the demand for intoxicating drinks. It put an end to ail subterfuges and frauds and evasions of Law. It makes the state a Safe abode for the miserable inebriated and secures to the people a Temperance millennium. It is almost a vision of the night and the mind anxiously inquires will it be sustained ? a thousand voices answer yes. Yes. Already in her chief cities and towns men eng Acen in the traffic from the highest to the lowest have disposed or their Stock in Trade and. Where they have persisted in the Sale and give her the approving voice. Shall we got strive for the same results in our various localities shall not the same unrelenting foe be subdued All Over the world let the millions of dollars once wasted in Maine How be expended upon her farms her Bui Didgs her schools her Means of education and religion and soon among All her sister republics she will be an object of Universal admiration. But Why Maine alone Quot Why shall not the wives and children and the Alry adv deluded stricken men scattered All Over the hims and valleys of this vast land receive the same Protection in asking for Law. We abandon in Tio Case where it is available moral suasion but there Are upholders of intemperance who Are beyond its reach and we must either with our children Wither and die under its scorching tyranny or Rise in our majesty As a free people anti by that ame Arm which shuts out tire Gambler and the Conn term Eire and destroy s their implement a. Aim out arid destroy this bloody Demon which has stalked Forth with in Quot blushing effrontery acid rioted amid the tears and groan us its bleeding victims. Greater moral a theft a May not Faa vef been Titan our eyes have in nested in the Progress of Temperance but greater tilings than we have seen shall we yet a 1 t Frt in it he to Ftp with header and Correau Ohden. A f he pm a Alons of the Ilius Tiroui editor of the a up in Tom a could do Justice to an i sat which has just been related to us. Sit a a at the Sanctum table silent and Ilone we ird him a wrap a although he was far away at a moment and this his a in Taal Kobe King kit t Doug w Heidi our fed i o is was so Hurt. Yet was 1 of those things in which a body was to to blamed like a Ace id e Uta. It could it t s knifed u took pipe at the wrong time it 1, and we were sorry for it. We Hofem has ther it should int have occur tried although at y of re time it might have been very pleas. To but just then out of place a was so Sel it any one Wasto Biame it was a blame 1 inked yet be was t present he was dead h self. And in his grave Twenty years. How leu could he be guilty of disturbing the Funer Rai Kcf the Dedd wont have sympathy for Type dead who Wilh a however he did it. Me a it ail the people Langhine Ata funeral Twenty fac Mitrev his own funeral Arter his had Beta carved and his epitaph wrote. Of he coaids have seen if he would Nave snickered in. The., sleeves of his so Ned. Hev cooed at have Tui Ped it. The minister of the Parish was Cut st Karl most a ii Iti Gmoty ail propriety. I got All Tae folks up to the crying pint we then he laughed right out. A a All the risible a a Bike Rosip , and even the Noar Oera look a d queer they did no to know what to a. They put the Cambric handkerchiefs which brought Tor their eyes no to their months st a. Lilii cuties Frere Mav be in other i them in till they pretty nigh choked slates Trealer he had to eur it cd Quot a a to vaniin�?T1 counter. Out pop amp of. ,, our met 3�t �?�?5�?o�?�k a a to la by a Kele Ltd a uhe was a manufacturer but the kind chant princes rolling up their wealth our of fabric which he made usually. Males a in vast importers anti mighty distillers Rtiz a feel solemn. Brings no religions thong its Aba laugh us to scorn and bid us Defiance 1 least of All would make one laugh a it a funeral but Gioffi Nuspl god. Know is he not an a clock maker and a very Good Avenger in truth. Lie not hear the cry of the feb clocks Kep excellent time. Set Mem by the tathe�e�.? a fati tie , a Avo to in a0il they d go by tips Sun Only when the him that buit Deth town a fish blood and a Don they Kepon ticking and string i. Hud this Elock was wound up once to a week _ Ishell a ctr by in quilt and May i a More la Raou Yankee than most Ery Day of the Nasty mean Goi Sis on of the whole shabby fast no arly Waco is always Hunting after the a bargains and their Tatj bomb Martjie so they called a Eil. No matter woos if de so Long As they Gol things Thrap. Of i Cau to a Bear such Quot mean ways my re h. F. Begs to throw herself on a he mph British As she to a tipped i Wili not find a to etly by and Quot see a poor helpless female put upon it have been when far subscribers reads ail she Hargoue thrt�ug�?T.,�?~. I will of did Hiar something in st now that waa about As a verdant a a As any thing we Haven countered fur a Long time a that Dock that picture mean in Broa Riwa. wit their beads wether in a a feed a of i and what is the joke of the words and onside tvs us shall we three tatti again they Ain t but two on pm n a. A to generally lasted Tiff foe next morning. The Ilg ures of the dances were three and de reel or Square setts and jigs. The com Lurenee Ruebl was always a Square for which As followed by w Fiat is called jigging it off in at is two of the four would single out for a Jig and followed by tie remaining i the Jig were Oto a accompanied by what is cd Ted cutting if is when Quot a either of tie parties ,become4ired of the dance on feta Raatik of tide Pritee is supplied by someone of the to Haspany i front Iny interruption to the dance. In this Way a dance was often continued until the to. Simian Wai heartily tired of his situation. Towards the latter part of the night if any of the company,.throng weariness attempted to con j ceal Ihetu Feives for the purpose of sleeping they were hinted up. Paraded on the floor and the a fiddler ordered to play a a fling out till to Mortl Row a. A Hunt nine of ten of clock a deputation of the Young ladies a Lole off the Bridd and pm it her to bed. In doing this it frequently happened w 1 Ait Ohby iniquity a Ana May he not Tor tiie for traffic a a Senff Pesti Lanca Jinn the Whir. A a a. Into her Street h Alyff Crie a a it i by fore we ask it f a i Brethren and friends from this Privi Ifred mount this delightful gathering we fre Seech you in All parts of our rising far spread Tom. And Noble Republic and 1 throughout foe adjacent provinces to Rouse to Nev efforts and bid our land arid the world be free this be a remembered is the forming age of a nation Des Tomei free believe to be the mightiest on foe Globe and a Model to All Taat come alter fall we Lay the foundations right if Quot we Quot Hurve respect Iff All we trunk and do a to to Fri. Moral and physical Laws of his kingdom., god Quot Iii own and bless us and the Nail Qiu so of the Tak Itig i knowledge four Prosperity will follow in our Wake Anil we shall be. A instr j Moi Tal of preparing the eur Tjw the 1 reign of him in whom All Are to be j blessed. A Quot --1. A. Let Harmony and love pervade All our Council. Let there be no internal suites and collision so let us be generous Noble and firm. Item our dependence be upon ail almighty Arm. Let the philanthropists. And patriots the friends of Law and order ministers and churches of our land see that in All our organizations we seek not ourselves but the Public Good. Let those whose habits we would Reform whose business we would destroy and Root out forever see. That we Are actuated by the Ifadell motive and most a Trelous dispositions. Legislators we a in to have magistrates we must have who will give us and our children protect Ion from the traffic. It is right therefore it is our duty which we owe to ourselves to our children and to oar common country to go to the ballot Box and there secure Yankees and if Quot he Hail Only been Content with. A a a st uart Ems Sec Fuatai who died of the epo Pectic and the coi8ji.ii a was ail Presant. And the minister was met i Middle of bit discourse a Moat Tearchie of. Rani Udia his bearers that in time they to prepare for eternity and to take warn by the example of humanity a now before Hen. She was gone from our midst it was Taw. Ide a Shock of wheat Folly Ripe. Just to it to add solemnity to the sentiment to la clock struck Aud he told them by the rent. A Rikia of. That clock to take warning of the Light of tune. Every time that the clock k. It toil of prother hour glided from time of the eternity. Every time it tick in Othef eco Ruf of our life was gone. The struck twelve and if bit was All no done Quot hat immediately a Hiz Piug Daud Ned. Auf by the in gentility of that a cd a Yakait immediately played with Alt thigh Boneso hand Organ or a musical snuff bold la. Lev l of a with variations it a a a my at our Zirhut t a representative in Congress from the intern this state meeting a brother member avg Tina immediately after his arrival in Federal City a or two before the meeting of the present in answer to an inquiry from the gentleman from the a old the former remarked that he had cel a Brand Day with some friends in this Metra Pous a a we hate no thanksgiving in our state a re a ponied the \ in Miau with something of a Enid suppose a Reto Frfd the new yorker a that is Oving to the fact that Yon have no thing to be we ventured to hint to foe Queriot that he made the third and the thou Rbt it a Uco Pene trotted Tothi entire . A the inhabitants of a Small town we a Kat they fad to ascend a ladder a Pateas of a dred Muzea from Gotham a had eying that two of Bof stairs leading Frens the dining and Ball Kus auth with a speech Row to to the loft. The Fiovo of which was made a Ted a committee to a Traa by pig Loose. This ascent one wait a a Pon font k the a a Irving a Daff. Welcome Toight think Moold put the Bride a and her at him to our Ahorn Etc. As tone of Thorn were t Gudant. To the Blob / but As the loot of the in Possession of More knowledge than foe Law i a Der behind the door Quot which allows hut a pinging to the a a Mote inf Oribio a a a pop a a of a de for Quot the occasion add us q Ord. They determined to Ras a lots for Roa uis at tic inner ends were Well Hung with Bev a a la Era r chg Nied to fall non a a son off opting shirts tresses and other Noti Kjep of ram la of a Fri Ner la a in be. Who was Mot Nirh addicted foot hog the candles being on the opposite me de. 1� newspaper Reading a head Beard that Kos in be the House the exit of the Bride was no Suth was an exile and Deffoe words exist and i but by few. Fhiry of Irel my were Alsoc Azeil Roget Fer Yuliis Aid foe you fit like Trauner stole off the Groom thong Jit of course that Kossuth Muk be a Milt Fod pah red him snugly by the Side of the Bride. Sian. 8o, stepping up to him after tilt ceremony 1 st in a and if seats happened of into dating the Dop aution was Over foe afo scarce which was often the Case every dressed him thus -. Young Man. When not engaged in the dance a a Ait a. A obliged to offer his Ftp it seat Fortone o in spelling the word Magyar from the ear foe girls and the offer was sure to be accepted he had divided it thus mag yet a. The midst of this hilarity the Bride and Bufea Kinig of pm termite reminds us a a a Good wer<1 a wet pm then. Pm a thy Foate in the a Story we heard yesterday. A Many arrived at a night a one won id remind the company hot Euin Western Village Pue food of which. Al at the oct compte must stand m need was just "by.,h. I fuck of the in charged vie canal. I Black Wettig which was the i a be cd ii bouffe a called for and go Ingish some time he at l, bed out a a Mem airy times see i Agruch Brezil a a a Quot we i pork in l this Cdo Otry the inhabitants in general married Young i Here was no distinct Ion of rank Aud very Little of Fortune. On these accounts foe first impression of love resulted in marriage and a of Sicily establishment cast but Little Lap or and Noah aug else. I Quot to. A r the a iio., so. To Jon. Are out there a rejoined the part of the second part ardent a a Southern Sun could Wake him a the reason sir that we have no thanksgiving in Virginia is that there is no provision made for it in the Conati tuntion of the state and it is nowhere recognized m the Kesomi ufos of�?~981�?T right that is oar doctrine. Hurrah for the a a priv Cipres of ninety eight a a and Frog May they wave a. It a half witted rustic at the weat being brought to trial for having with malice pro i a hop a to be abated by judges them to do frat in Defiance of All the the liquor liar been seized by the Ranfos outcries of politic Tel aspirant we in huh Mai trate and in open Day amid approving a of in a thousand cases without Calu Init a up it multitudes pour a upon the Earth by or reproach for far inferior pro Vale Ario Jense destroyed several pigs belonging to a turned into the Searfo a social interests thus moving Forward facing Haboc offered As his defence that they had so Ereat a scene in one of the principal t one harmonious unbroken in even rooting no his Garden for a week and a my of our Union the of Aid a a lord through the Fence would have gone Euce we Arter him a Gotham who Plum upon being employed in a a genteel family a was asked a definition of the a fit Here they have two or three kinds of wine and the gentleman swears a was the highly a amp to country if every state in the Union were to adopt and carry out the same principle where comparatively would be our pauperism and crime ? where families Tom and swathed by Drunken fathers and Drunken sons where tenants for our vast jail and poor houses and Lunatic asylums in the Beautiful language of inspiration a a violence woo i no More be Beard in our streets wasting nor destruction in our Borders and yet Maine was once As far from this action once As ready for the full indulgence of vicious appetite a fld As freely wasting on the intoxicating cup ter millions of dollars As other mates in the Union. Her Ere sent proud position is the Truit of Umble prayerful persevering labor in All her cities towns and villages in her colleges and schools of learn eng in her medical department in her churches 6f various denominations in her legislature and court of Justice. We will not pause Here Brethren and friends to agitate and discuss a thousand questions and to solve difficulties which May have Arisen in the minds of the it fowl a and unbelieving. We have the Model before As. The action of Maine is a matter of history. Shall we not thank Rev. J. Marsh Sama. F. Cart John e. Godfret. Com. Effects of Henry afe Eton reply a Duett to a beggarly denier that the work the announced in the London a themeus. A Aud entered the Home a a of a a drop de and cabbage rent up As would make rat. 1 a j to few thai a it dozen Nien. The Young Eoda landlord said he on know the size of your Hou Allm Fry Iny cite Rev a. A a a l or relations not being asked to the w i Aktak la a. Svei Idiz took offence and the Mode of Reyes a a a a a s. % f �., i v 11#� t. A in a i. O w our us Cem a i of Strinz Foj a a i in Vine to fee to drink More or left Foat a hut Yong be got an a a 8�� 1, a it Quot Bui to return fit often happened that some. It tax 1st he a sting .�ket.ckt. A felted by. F hem on such Occasia a was it Foat of cutting off the Manes fore tops and tails of the for a Long time after the first set ferment of hts of a edding company Frota to t he unfair the order of pro-1 cession and the Rice for Betty gras the same As before. The fear tag and dancing often lasted forgo Everaid Das at the end of which the whole Conr any were so exhausted with loss of sleep that Many a Days re to were requisite to fit them a descriptor of a wedding from the irrgioftiag.� Kurn Hgt air Ordinary How 7. A to the end will show the Mani it ers of what a lat fax would Pur torrfath4rt�ud a fora the Quot Grade Quot of Civilka of Divry Lii Latort would pm us the Dollar he Tion which has Quot succeeded to Freir rude Quot stale owes Zajf car a Sra a Job we did for him two of society in the con Ray of a of a a Yeara. Year ago we would pay my. Dry goods the Doi try in the first year Fth a settlement of the coun or we owe him he would Pav Sam Volcan for a a wadding engaged the attention of the shoeing his Borte. Sam would Pav Bob Char Hift in a rare it feu�4ariif. Few font in if a it. T a a a 1. A a. A fort a lied in sometime in Cleverest of modern he Morooka satirists inc year 1682, at the very great age of Foj Verav 90. It is related of this gentleman that on the first of november 1851 will be he transferred his estate with the Imberi published part 1. To be continued monthly Tance producing Between four and five Prie one sniffing each a a the shabby Famter Hundred pounds per annul to sir John in or How the stack ups who was a nobody a Harper of Derby Shire on co Tidmon that he straggled lobe a somebody of exposed by pm should receive an annuity of one thousand a duct to a dilate late a a r am de pounds Sterling for life. The temptation a but a whole neighbourhood and the frolic was Artici Coal Coal Bob would Jav to axeman for rated by old and Yoang with eager expect Tiou. His last two Days chopping to would pay. Jack Fais if ult to be wondered at when it a told grief for i Polast bag. Of Cornmeal grist that a almost the Only gathering would pay doctor ecu Lapious for the Medicine which was not accompanied by the Lainof reap that came so near a getting Down his child tog log Rollin a building a Cabin or planning would pay the widow Broom for her Tome scout of a a a Man. Last twp Days washing see would pay Billon. The my Foug of the wed lag Day the grocer she owes him grocer would Groom and Fiu a it the House pay Coke upon Littleton Quot his fee for counsel of his father for the Parpoe of reaching the in the Case of foe state of Ohio is. Bill grocer Home of his Bride at noon the tonal ?og.iliffopon lilt Letona Eon 14 then go and pay v time for celebrating foe nip Tias mid it which Peter Crispin Lor foe in end fog of his boots Peter Tor certain reason Mast take Pritee before Din conf then go and pfc Tim 1 a Yatzeck the doll ber a a a a a. A he owes him no the hav foe bought of Quot him Lett Reader Fyna Gincas assemblage r f per last week and Tim is such a honest Quot soul that1 we sons without a store floor or is Tui maker know he would Cojoe right in and pay us foe a within a Hundred an assemblage of Dollar he owes u on a and then a a horses without Blacksmith or Saddler within we could buy a Chicken a dozen of eggs a half Quot to an equal do stance. The gentlemen Ore to in Bushel of Cornice Al to make a a do Roger a and a Fode Paek a breeches leg we ourself. A Adivi Juall and on on gins Linsey Hunting shirts Aud ill Home made a a Tomlin wee thing so would a boast one splendid the ladies dressed in Lusey be Fickau and Lin Bank Widt once a year a and we would have a lieu bed gowns coarse shoes stocking dime in our pocket baby in the Cradle and a and Buckskin gloves if atty. If Little wife to Rock there were any buckles Etc., they were family but because Jerry a dilatory is not honest a Ptelea from parents or grand parents. The enough to pay not Oue of these debts Ean be horses were Capar ironed with old saddles or paid and we cannot have the Feest of a fat bridles or halters and pack Saddle with a bag things a at All. A Jerry dilator Yon Are or Blanket thrown Over them a rope or string at the cause of All this trouble. Yon prevent All often colitis used the Girth Quot a a piece of leather this happiness. It requires All our forbearance the March in donate time was often inter to keep from giving Yon a particular jes.�?�, erupted bythe narrowness and obstruct Ion of we feel As though we would like to take a our Hon paths As they were called for we had scythe and mow Down a ten acre Field of Inch no roads and these difficulties were often Ite Geneja. They Are exc essences on Sci Etc that creased sometimes by the Good and sometimes mar its Beauty and Harmony clog its energies by the ill will of neighbors by falling Trees destroy its peace and waste its substance and tying grapevines across the Way. Some stiff men Are so. And suppose they will stay times an Ambuscade was formed by the Way so a Tittle wife Jet but we do Hope there is a Side and in unexpected discharge of several better Tiffoe going a time when to owe a Man guns took place so As to cover the wedding and not pay him will be considered Akin to company with smoke. Let the Reader imagine Ste Ling when All will adopt the scriptural the scene which followed this discharge a us motto a Lowe no Man anything a den Spring of the horse the shriek of the girls j. Ltd. Sham to the Ray thong really and truly i Ware no common House maid and worked on the part of the latter appear to have Mia. E in making her Araen from the character of Blunt who fint Mon a Eye rows British Public. Was ardently fond of travelling and not foe cautious Reader will look upon her bad a a Nam wife a Zow i 11� Ito. Jln a Jln of 10� full 2 _ less so of the bottle two proper a ties a aum Graphy with a a Dalsant i a e. F. B in which promised a speedy and profitable. self Learnt and was never brought up to termination of the anneal a a pen Bat Rall of f feel it my duty to Blunt sensible of the advantage he had prop rate off the mean Art Fuges and v. A. In a. 2we gift to is saw f Relba obtained determined to Lead a new Lile and became one of the most temperate of men and actually received forty thousand pounds Sterling for has inheritance. A this says Lanny curbs in his Mercury a May serve Tor advice to All Deba Chees to become sober and tem Perate if it were Only to preserve their a he tote. Subow film my late missus who Sisily a suited to be mistook for some of the Awe Tony was guilty of As 1 Pura emed the entire Confidence Oil a the Young Ladrea Rod their mar into the bargain likewise which i told them they a suffer for Beu they refused to pay me for my Mouth As was my Doo so 1 mean to bold them up to Public reticule once month which i have nothing hut a right to in this land of liberties and with that intention i Hare kept a Dairy eve and the chivalrous bottle if their partners to sve them from falling. Sometime in spite a it it a new preacher up the i a of s a. A in it i r. I of All that could be done to prevent it some were thrown to foe ground. If a wrist Elbow or ankle happened to be sprained it was tied with a handkerchief and Little More thought or said about it the ceremony of foe marriage proceeded the dinner which was a Backwoods least of Pink beef fowls and sometimes Fenison. And Bear i of a Good Squire i hear yen Hare Well we have and a Rig tar Buster at that a a you need a Good preacher. Brother y. Was too easy a brother y. Hit the Devil a Good Many fair ticks Bat this fellow knocks the old tin a horns clean ofl.�?�. A is West a pomp what am a jury out roasted and boiled with plenty of Pota j incest a toe cabbage and other vegetables during a Well defect is Nigga a jury of incest am a the dinner the utmost hilarity prevailed a tot of Fellers Whf sits on a dead Man to find though the table might be a rough slab of Hen out feh Edder he am dead for Only Timber hewed out Wilh a Broad axe supported a playing by four Sticks set in Auger Hole and the furniture some old dishes Aud plates the rest woo3 eur bowls and trenchers a few Pewter spoons. Much battered about the edges were seen at some Tablet the rest were made of horns. If knives were scarce the deficiency was made up by the scalping knives which were carried in sheaths suspended to the Belt Iff the Hunting shirt. Every Man carried one of them. After dinner tie dancing commenced and of ground charcoal it said to he the Best thing in the world for a leaning knives. It will not Wear foe knives away like Hrick dust which is so often used. 83 Dobbs says the idea of dissolving the 1 Nion is one of tie impossibilities. Id his opinion it would be easier to Lap up the Pacific with a two Pound terrier. Dobbs a an unbeliever

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