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5 ,. ' tnt over
: ' o T V;i h i r.Tttrii wrre're
. - rigo, to 'the! new
' : y now lepce in an cle
orcopSagiH. 'Thc.ItJ is
- v v. i:h lb firing' r.f the intinn,
1 t.1.: pi'v. Ir.-cr;;.:ion on it is the
"limple nxT.f-of the hteeporwhhii.. To
ft.eie-t,!- n corrfjrmrlinc'Karccphaifus.
.snn ir- rrrinm oljur. w usbiug-J
i'1) tijr; ii:Tlpfon, "Marthn, cor-
Ul.ir i'.:)fut occurred, "imo
n tht; fnr'i'). rt i U
in of ir."f i'a eallrd lh" II
ino'iKj'-- !uthrr vmir tin .Hm
lyric i-aj!id "Th tirnvr of Vahi::: , line.!' Auotlier minister in Oiic- of hU
to..." ' They1 h id Wareely roinineijcrd iritis, ftr uhich he. was quite lutin
tii. ori,', when a iij!,' c'M c'-lf Ifd j ruisired,aid, rUrcthren,- what . W'ould
ly jv .liic t." nritJi . its npiwniamT, and j yoiOwnk'.w-rc'you to see a stroh-an
Jwni ud i.vVr if.r't.iuih uiitilthc; cyn j tjcl tahe hold of the ftcky Mountains
JuMoiruf ih.i pifff. ' '"' v j!,y tlm brow, and pull tlem up, bj the
' ' : 5 .bt n 4 cri:Ii,::' V .iir.si.ii rtkits and throw them intna mh77 ttantP"
r.i..i .t. :u, lu juirc'.i-iM1 Mo.vil Vernon,
but )ttto',tio t'Utvr. -Thprr-Vu
f - - - --7-- (Mi m
ssarv willing td'tli-o f' chjV f
b.i.drcd and My nere-, incdmin tho
.dmtld i r.rrv t4;Tif).. be. iuinieIiat fronnds.
luf rJo:U ruc .hundred thousand ddlars
. 'Tiii-rc itVjinerfiinij o unfuraT fibou the
-"tate, that it Lotildt' unijtjei'ionably,
bpcoiju; public' property. ' It is said,
lii.it thv pu-ent owner-; .are unwilling
' ta let it pr.si tmt o' their posesVion .to
nay iij)i idual or cumpany, aiid. unless
t (.'onrc!" interferes ibe lime will s:joi
' reirr; when we shall be pointrd at ;rs
, prrfaners, lor allowiiv so s-icred a spot
.- ... to J)c t involved in utter ruin. If Con
gress i unwjllin tto appropriate the
! tiree;'iary fun lA frOhi th.e public. trefiu
ry, let itnppoint Nnitnble iirenls and
tlte 'amouut au bi raided, by frivate
Subscription, in min, mouth. It should
then be placed urujer the charm1 -of a
suitable Miperiiifcti'bmt, whothotilvl Le
" 4 ntquired.to keep th "premises, as .nearly
as possible, in the style maintained du
lin the. life of Washington. 'Visitors
would not then endure the innrtiliea-
lion of bein denied-admittance. intx
theboue, as they jiow frequently nie,
' alter bavinc: jout neved pri nt distances
for the very purpoM. It j neces-ary
forlhc Cun'iljn poesbn ttbave vtuie
. rules, and the. present ones, iXMidrii.i.r-a
' ; letter, r permit, from sime rela'.ive or I i
jKirucuiar u ieiui. are. as iinr as c.ouui
bo rxpocted.- ltr would, perliap$i; .bq
well, ifthev were totre fuse, all visitors.
. ISucb ii decision miiht, jcrhap, recall
our Movants in Conres to a ne of
duty . ' 1
A i'le from the intrinsic irTtcrei at
. . taclicd to the iruinNion iTclf, it contain
many ' interesting curiosities. AmoiiKI
tlirmaro the richly sculptured :-marble
' nirifielpiece, presented by LaT;y;lte fto
V:ihiiii;tof), and I he elegant sword sent
- ( by rretlerick the Great, bearing the in
seiiplion, rrom' the Ihlt st to the zrcttf
tst general in the orld:-
. It was no
UHcominon'thing for Wa-sb-'.
'eubciziHpby kings', and
. i 11- on to in
. emperors, l.veu Arijjideon once - ae-
.kuowlecbred to an Ameiicrpn. that "the
memory of Washington would livei aiul
be hold in prate Tiil roiiienibraneo by the
- tvorld, while h is ow n would be lost in
,the vorlex m rovolutuwi If such men j
as these behl Washmctun in siich estij
inalionj'bow tuifch more should everv
American hoIdhU meiiiorv sacred, study
his vba'racter, and endeavor to emulate
- Wc left Mount Vernon reluctantly,
and C en'sadK ; ttnstinJevertbeles;
that our next isit . ill enable us to
- tread on national sroiuids, and veepnt
the tomb and rest in the bouse that w!
can "call our own:
Would he rJotjucnt.
Tdiere aro some 'few ministers .in all
communions,. who bcip amtitious for
distinction-.boldly attempt to be-. elo
queur, though destitute of the essential
prcrrquU-itt s to that desirable 'pulpit
ncromplishmcn: They. would be eh
qui n, and hence tlmV make ' the .nt
1eivp;but .they make it a: their own
expense" ar.d-lhat of the ministry. -A
.few examples of these would tc eb
p.t ut (lights, may iiot hc . uninteresting
to cur clrrioal,oi-even tq our lay. read
its. Iot of :hciC,ex.'.mi)les wtu beard
h' lJS ' ho'.hers we have -rrceiyed ,frun
leiiable. m Hirers. Several churches are
ie:.irseu.ed in them, oi course in the
lowe.-l.clas.; oftlieir rnin'.Meis. , Hut to
our t'k Otie of theses w)u!d-be-cW
r,uenf iniiu. tbr"e.hor;ing thq church to
failhfuhtess, said: Dcar brerbrcn", .be
fait'.ul la Jittlp longer, niidou hall ( jvarsue Hem with all speed. Before,
rutOi.etho antipcnles. Hrethrenjyou 'j hmveverLuders could overtake' him,
ui:iyix;t know what tjiat glorious word.jie loarneil that, Hassford had actually
t:it'lr means I 11 U 11 . j ni it j iCcn attacked, driven from his position,
itaa'is the fijetl stars" Anotht r min- niuj after-a munlerous battle in ttie
iiti.:- dvvt Ming upon the sdi ol hinder,, street.! of-Hermadstadt, 'in' which he
said, "Hrelhren.il tell ou!this is a ter- had many killed and wounded, had beeit
rild 1 mu; it towers like the Mountains ra; to rotreat to Talmacs. . rf .. .
of the Moon ip. South'AtnqrJca, and the ,On the Gth nt 10 A. t, Gen. LudeVs
A; i hir.rs in 'Arar On aivther ccca-; army sttnU 'before , Hermanstadt. Six
ilo.i, thc.-ameman 'on-taking hi te.x, battallions of the eiienyi 500 hotcVand
v.I ;.,,rl Itliewav, did pot display much cighteenguns occupied the neighboring
i. .. , lomrKCUv iijus-r cu nun,
: .... i . . . i i i
jv .t . ill all ot uimp ,imta io mm
vu.i i t'. tnk this is a .grange tixt,, and
o.r i. .ink ou know how 1 nm going
t. - ..:u!: t i itrbut you are niistnkrn-i
u-.:'i t!::nk I am going thijt wybl I
i -iri '-ou.g" "right tother ;;vav.
Av.r' 1 ( V. u;nU:tr, descnldng the sym
bolie ..... ii.ehtio:... ia DatiieVs proph
ccv, u '-.ed to ...i the whole carlh,
v Vui ' 'V :::ien, that fdpne nu ani .the
lTiii!t d -St.VrA tbeVare, (o roll pver the
, ' -- ; ; : ; ; j i M i ,f i : j ' t t
O.i . .. .'..rca-lonl.t rades. Thd 'Ru-cm.ius. ' includiil'y.) the) ' rron.de rational :In!?!il'a,iccr. , , for our A"1
... -t. . r. ; .-.Jefo : Uci o reel K Gt Ha-ord tf ! Mi;s-r. Gf & S-vf - - , vlin 'j11 1
:i 1 V: :uI1.-ri-r VV': ''J,S ,r 'I Anarlu!ebit''r.,vrcf the l4 "f I
e. ..;Vu,,:...,j. :rCT "J - ... .V-!.--d !; ITcf-'- Jit,tJ:r.:,d S-
r. ian.- . -: o.: rUa-. - "I I- i. .;ny ; , , ;.h to wrrecL ; The'iEniura!4 N
;,,"c.U;c,i V'-V-.;-: .!.ux:i Vt,---:;; - "XUxh-l mfrc Vmt Srrv inclu- .
t- to t.
cci .ui ', in :iUJii;:4;v c
any nt!c be tia i.t z
lisht "An-! C'uJ :,L.-i tli' it i
the" fo!lou ni . c!c-criptiou AtU CIt J
Kilt, iJarknrs-j ciwho out of tiiat, ar;.'
it waj."' On-another occasion, in
writing the finaL pcrseverrc cflhc
saints,, "he muulgcd-in the iollowing
lir-'ht IJrctL'rc'n be encouraged; there
is a eord that reaches from the throne of
rdoJ to;thc bf !icver!a heart, 'which, is
e or.'stantly he:n wound trp(drawic tLe
iriienT nearer and nearer to heaven,
ii-:iarc cacLt -with u Irout
fAn.f.hi r defining human dopVavity, said
tI: wat paradox in tiie stamina 'of our
in Tti ai ikM' v in uiu iiiiiiiiia ui uui
nature At anolher time he said:
r.vilonary and IJibte Societies were
Mmmorfftl lvrr4lfir Ktvr:idinn( tbA'Limii
if sal vtton o'if the world.
' Another, at the conclusion of a fear
fully dull and' dry .discourse renmrked
NTow, my friends, I'anr going to be
in earnest I "am going" to, press 'this
subject' houiQ. And sinnqrs, 1 tell you,
yua resemble a blind tman, blindfolded,'
standing on the very edge of a very pre
cipitate placc.V i 1 " r-
r Another minister, - who made high
pretensions -to learning, in describing
the last judgment, soared aloft as fol
lows: The thunders of the final' jod'
mt'nt will be. terrible; they will roll
and roll-i-and foil -nnd Toll--and roll
I the tny thiils?, 1 , - 1
The class of ministers, represented
b these quotations, lnay do some good
occasionally, but is our deliberate opin
ion, that were their labors "and their.cn
tire intlueuce weighed in ; the ( balances
of the sanctuary, . the trutful estimate
would be.Avmity of,vamties; all is &n
ity. 7 Wcsltyan Banner. . j
the IMitorofthe Hanner th
sires any more exfirnples o(cl(xucncel
we can tell him of one, who. we- were
told, promfsed in the outset ofone of
us sermons, to draw an ubstraci irgm
the circumference of a parallel and
to. a nominated point.' KJi
Defeat of the Iluiigariaii'.
The intelligence from thi; scat of war
in Hungary is cxf the mot disastrous
kiruj; ; The Hungarians'. have been.de-;
feafcil at all points, and the cause which
thv mg,lT" jpcld n gnirrst
fearltd otlds'Jias fallen past redemption.
The precise details of the circumstan
ces which led to this unfortunate and
unexpected result cannot be ascertain-
ed from any accounts withiii cur reach.
Part df tbc Vnain facts are thati the
tlunanans liavc heen - torceu to lay
down theirTarms and submit -uncondk
fioirally to the Russian (brces. : v t ; . :
Tbereis.no room vbatever to doubt.'
The dperat ions of thc llungariahs . uu-
der Hem, jut prccedius the termination
ot thv btrmrle, are alone-; Riven in an
intelligible form', and would' seem, from
the accounts )cfore us,; to have had an
important influence- in bringing about
the' submission of the Hungarians.
: The "Vienna : correspondence of the
London Times, under vlate of August
IS, sav: . : Nf . -
An jotlicial report of the- 8th from
Cob", Dossoler, ,w ho is at Hernianstadr,"
gives the particulars ot what has taken
plate in the southwest of Transylvania
since the 1th, at which date Gen. Lu
defs was at Galfalda. .After Hem's de
feat, on t he"3 1st ultimo, at Schasburg,
he-proceeded towards Mcdgeys, which
he reached on the 3d, with a force of
S.tJOO mw'and 17 guns. - Ikying. been
joined at this place by an auxiliary
corps from Cdomenbcrsr, consisting ol
t,000 fo)t, 800 horse, and.ljj guns, he
proceeded towards Hermanstadt, Gen,
llassford, who had. been left with 'six
ba't tall ions, -eight--1 guns, ;and;35(b Cos-,
sacks, to protect Hermanstadt; had gone
to Ueisnekt and Luhienback, where he
gained thc vicorv. mentioned yestertlav
jpTCI tb.lusiirgenV.Gen. StejiiaR... ..This
i having been .make known to Gen. pi-
deiVbyhis couts, he foresaw thatHm
woultf'fall upon1 Hassford, probably
drive .him into'. Wallachia, and then
take possession ot liermanstaitt:
"Aothing remained to be uone but to
nciguis. a cotiMiierayie iorcc naa
' . , - . i 1 - . i.t i
ten icit in .me city, anu me remainuer
1 cf the army' had gone in pursuit of
j fastfbrdJ A battle ensuetl, which end
iH irlthe complete rofPo'of the Igyafs..
Hluian -cavalry put such of the
fugitives as attempted to resist to. the
sword. ' , - ... - .
'..ThcVncmy, who lost-lM pr!-on-ors
:id 1 t T,irii in this battle, had 000
kiilrd . . i) u'oii.'tt. J.-'TU1 ltps
which had loilov-rd H-ford made the
bct of their way uitcr their routed com
" v -
iiur"; in in i .v r, i in;r Mirrr'..erru
is sanguinary 'as usrin3. Gorey, ad-
lKj.cra to (Jor-ey, :. I d;he-l iiMdf. j "a!.j t;:iv U7 . v;;sLrj;.' Accord fTiiipjh. ved in alf the categories 0
A ineetm- incJuain-Komuyor:jiAMalhN u.mcnt thcre Pfre not u ndde behavior. Ija not a pan iclof
ircv. aTl Immu. sub-r.iuentlv'ToOa: place t ' , r.i.,.i: ; vnti or obcordialitv about them. A
at or near Arad, at wlneht waiter- Uxho nimi.lers, and vet more -tlMt tlir nanurs may beabun
mind at once to nut an ertd to a Xvar ,1W. m;mKoKKin dantiv 4-correct. Ihere may be ejr
drein- tW co,iuii af war, prott-tcf Lad; fps, .j la frucf10IK ovcn :l ncss in everv position; not a smi c out
fliat-hb-had no boes forthe cnule f j uinie 5,mfniterMo-1 01)5 OlWne ! of plac, and not a step that would not
Hungary; 'that tdl reM-tance; was in. . , rnv,rnna i Af.Wwlu n Abearth& mp.isartmrtit of the evprest
vain, . and that nothing but ultef rwu vtate'dwtinld'be hvt l15'mem.utinv.. This : is nil, very, line, .but
would attend the prolongation of flir ers torai YniiNer, ' widi a" fraction J what iVant is the heart 'niul grnirtv of
strusffle. " j ; . over. How Ukhisdiifrrcnit f. . Is there ; sociabinteroursthe 'frauknc-s that
,Gor-ey Remarks induced a number n6ta mjstaUhurc-i mUubc calcula- I tprrads case ancf animation around if
of the II ufcari'an .'Generals tofside with i ttlfi v lrii, V . - x4.j -. iU;,,,, nrui .the eve that speaks atlabdity.to all,
him m surrenurui not only Lrorgey & i niiabjad?
corps,, but also part oi me Deie-n. i , , . nrnari Catholic brie:
army at TemeJwar, numbenns m .ajl, . ' ' r. i' s. i.-hrliivft in Ih.
from, 30,000 to 10,000 men that tcod d)ctrines t m! embraced, in j I
oy uorgey. ' - jthl5 accounti whereas tka mid 'those iot ttio McurningiormtuHy oi ino-r no,mwi cnu w.-u our n.r.nw, m i .
A Vienna letter states ihk number of j jr who are member oo'b and true i who walk- by 'rule. ' and would reduce "spare thb.h-M will all jo their duty:
i uiLjKs uiut om i luuvi vu h ini . s coiiimunieants in ttie. kAXe'tioti'st cirurc'ii, me' " nuuiii.jiK.iui ,vh,uwiihj juiit. uii. i.m.
oe a ,uou men, u mi ouiinj. , y . . j are counted. .'Were wo to count all the system oi misery OR.fonwraini-- xr. ana many more mvw';ru, una uuuut-
'The war party, headed bj- pnt, children "vvc baftize and "all "who" be I Chalmcvs Serious ; m :PoithwUmix IewUlfenlage,thcir stock. The time ;
srith, and tlko leading members of the -.ievo in mif doJtri,lcS aad attend Jonr Hw. . , - ', . Mis "u-Uy .come to "try men's bouUV-0'-
Kuncarian Parliament, had nothing Iltf t vi;m1rt n,UrJwr i Ci r -r . ; test the fetull they mc made of io free
but to hasten toOssova. It lis.said tlmf
thy -have; ul ready ; entered4upoij Turk
ish "territory, and it,U also stated that
M: Kossuth carried with him the insig
nia of the jlungarian' Empire, includ
ing the State jewels. '
Gorgey SjUrrndeml to Prince Pakic
witch on the condition, if condition ; it
can be called, that the . Prince should
intercede with - (he Austrian Etnperof
for, himself, his troopf, and his-- .country,
It is asserted that Gorge.y's desperate
resolution was prompted by the muti
nous conduct' of the hussars. '"4 '' ,
It was thought tliat General lylapka
would now be ihduced' to sum
Kossuth intends .to'hold out to the lab
ile has published a proclamation an
nouncing the translation, of his Govern
ment from Arad to Ossoya, where he is
now protected by the Tlungari'an array
ii) St JLia3i1-; ;
The Russian papers 'publish the fol
lowing letter, from Pmi'ec l;ikicu itdi
tohis.Maje.Nty Czar: ' ."
"HungarV is at the fectof yeurjmpd
rial Majesty. Thc'Governuient gf the
insurgents having translated tbeir pow
er to Gorgevytbc chief ot the army ot-Uie
insurgents mkes an unconditional sur
render to the Russipn army. . His ex
amplcrwill.bo followed bythe.o'.her lri
surgent. corps. The oilicers hom he
sent to capitulate! offered t,p proceed ;
with or without-Austrian cominiion-
ers to the corps, tojindu.ee them to sur
render , ' i1 " ' , . , . :
: 'I have the fortune to inform "your
mperia.1 Majesty that Gorgey onl
condition to his.surrendcr va lo be
allowed ,to lay down bi arnis tit, your
Majesty's army, 1 haveflnadjj arranpv,
meats for tlie-tirgents to bd.djs ahicd,
bv General Rutfizaf corps. Repect-
mgthe extradition otthe prisoners, 1 nun
in nmmumriTnn Viru.IMP r-nmnrnl' 1
nuntcation. with 4hp cotnmand 1
ustnan army.;,, As. tor .GdrgM-J;
tm at 'your Imperial Majesty s"
of the Austrian
I; keep. him
1- ' .
V. " . i f.i J . , -t L.
ii was rumorea .mar, me emperor -oi
Russia bad set-a priced of '00,00(r ihbies
oh Kossuth's hcri'tK deador alive. . ,
It is reportctt by -sorhe-of the ardent,
friends of Hungary -that - Gorgey has
proveddiimself at traitor, "and has yield
ed to the golden arguments of thcR'us
sians: ., ' . .' V j
; ?Kossuths wife am family,' it. is- said?,
had fallen into the hand of the Imperi
alist troops. i' ' - . L.
Popi LATiox of HjL'S'f rv. Dr. Krait-
sir is delivering. a series of lectures in
Comorn, especially as the city, ot Uaao (nrytou .. Xewbern fev; at Wilmmg- j MqT. Wc .hope they' have frjends in trees to decorate their reuiencc mcii
was on the l.Vh' inft.; pecupiod by.the j 1 tiak, less than frfty; .in all the .Sullivan who wfII re;ider t-hem assis-bas proved so uccessr.-l as to -deeryo
Imperialists, xio 'had likewise 4-- "State less than two hundred. And vet tancc The are now at the bonc oiymikb'g a it e of it," fon the benefit of
patched a corps to the valley of the 'thcre mrv attend ipon their ministry at Mr'sV Tinlev,vho kimllv received thciu persons otf tate elsewhere. Tbctrec
Waag. : ;; tim -1U a'fl their churches fiiteen-lum- into her hCwc.Mah. KMrurffrni. - comprising maple cbs' bcecb,ic.,
From a Vienna letter of the -17th . fdrC(lor hVo thousiuul. 'Arc notalltlu-sc ' . , , ' : " "riv w me thii ly tM in .height, and
,-on thdlVar in Hungary, of ! pimi ' , rtv . t,- ninrt1VabUitv of Uirre truth in 4 he old adage, r70 vwN, 1Wlllp fftft nm,;., . u.tJj' " " 1
the Hostotraveiler is publish- tJ ' n,T ' , ,nd fht- nd sonrHor' to I ?onW f -in .Mil, conceit can cure, as fhpV Ppnnpt VnnM .". :
well-prepared abstracts From.a incitiias. becn produced.r-! V VP 3 S?OW; A,?n"' 1 and siJtfi pupils Tn-infun ck D'
in thaVurual, .ota recent. Iec-fTsub Uae 'been' raided in till thp.
, we learn flftit the;.Magytirs tuim-1. t;lorab v atr.ltioi . in .tliC nritixu par, . ximcs, as v-euu trieu in uuia scllools for i,cn.vflipnt linmnyoa 1n L?n I
rtlierc are, 4,200,000 Xc tr,nf nnd WEnMM. nor contains PVm wmemur.ticrert. J. hey were piac- f t,e ,:p a5lf- ; 4 -
vonians, ot .Imattaisi'iWiOli; cr jortf which- the-following ex
Plans aboat 1,200,0(0; Hylgarian atct itakeiu, ,
Kinu octavoman.-, v;, jew , 4, i i,-
0,000,000 "are Catholics,, 2,000.000 be-,
longing to the GreekChurcli, who obey
thejpatriarch of Constantinople. ' 4 j
; A Great State. r-Ok. Massachusetts
haever taken the. lead in what is great,.,
oou;: rrwicli.,000; Lireel, o,opcT;T.tril , c which, he said, had been produ
Armenians 3 fo 4,000; njakmg grand, jjVom a o vCCfl 0f peat; wilJc!l
total of 1200,000- Of f'his .'number iIP .fdl--ave.a li-ht rfin? to "thfiJ
good, useful and .'profitable. She es-jIt
.tablished the first school in the United
States, the first academy, and thtj;fifst
college. She 4 set u 'thc first press,
printed the first bookt'ahd first. new!sp'a
per. She plantet)-the first appletre.e:
and caught.the lirstAvhalel'-'iSWcdined
the ifirst 'money, and hoiste'd the first
national flag. She made tho, frrfct -canal.
andthefirt rail road.- 'She inyeritcii
the first mouse trap and, -washing ma-'
chine, and sent the tirst ship to discover
islamls and contments in the.Soiith'sea;
She produced-, the'' first philosopher, aiid
made the. first J)in -She fired the first
gun in the rev6lution,,fim gave - John
Huin his first, beating, and'put her,iand
first tathc declaration of indpppndencc.
She invented nke 'Doodle" and
gave 'a name forever "to -the ''Universal
Yankee Nation," , Truly a'great State.
Memphis Herald . ---
It 1 178 -
'3,,'i i:i nil IW rvji: dan'tK
r., m". ir
rlt- .i irk. m omKn'M K tr.
U'f i"io'iVa ,v.,Mi;a i'7vi ,wj f rJ
AU those , who . have been
If we'have as many to cacli
minister, and I behove we have more.
as the Catholics report, (1,308,) we have,
in the. United States -(, H.G10; not to
calculate fractions, which would make
several more. .A respectable number,
inujeed! And what a '(lilTerenco does
mis make in the statistics But is this
view oCthe subject correct. Iaui sat-
ified that it, is. Take this State for in-
stance. There are' Homan .Catholic :
churches at Kaleih, FaetHwille, Vil
mington, New hern 'and yashington,
and perUaiis at "two or three other pla-
tJ:n' - tJ. - -!:o..i:rVtd i ro'e-tan
l'.Mees .AtlUaleigli thty.. have but very
i" .T'jiew members: at Eaycttcille,; Wah-
hie. servant & Methodist miniter---wlio
went to bear Hishop U. on one oc
c'aion The Methodists have churches
i ix al I lived owns;: of -any; importance, - in
the State and in some.'tworniid in near
ry every neighborhood,; and about forty
thousand ;nend)ers. There are at feast
then, two hundred Methe-tlivts in North
Caro'lLna to oneCath-olie; itwViiginia
otie hundrwd and fifty or more to one:
in South Carolina and ttorzia from
one hundred to one hundred and fifty to
one; in Tcnn'esre. as 1. havtv jist been
informed 1 r- Profcssur J 7- -, t wo hun-
tlred to oac: iri the UniUvl Slatot?. ut lo:wt
tdi to one. 1 - '
-. accadntAiumber 07.0 mt'm-
, , ;c m
nicnbers' anu-l,aMVielion over to 'one
minister. Xoir, can" it be po?-ible,1hat'
there arc but ift members of tho'.'Epi's-
fco)al church1 Jo each minister,, and but
Metboti-ts to each minister, and
i(rtT,a,tCaiho-lics to every jiiest'
; jJrlicve .x of it. ti(l mis.
. j, Satc; (X0I-.rh Carolina)"
I:) this S'.ate, '(Nor.tli Carolina)' )
i .. ... k ' .. . . J-
thert arj oer two thousand cOmmuiii-j
r- ht ,
- - ' tf
Catholiti cJ to one: in.'Vir-
nk Carolina ;.nmt . 1 ennesaee,-,
rit to one Wliete", thenf areiotul hy
HO 1 11 Hit , 'aHlU IIC ' ' r : I
now. ' If this statement
is biTone-otisjitnot made tor eitect:
:-North Carolina, 'August .:; IS lib
Ore-it IjinIi Discovery.
Srv-rrnl nifn f lJ rv nrn ACTP r-.n 1 1 inhvtl ; f n J1
dis.very which it... was . allexlged had!
hn made' of a' prode- W. which oil
MlM lit, ll.l jJl 11.11 I ll. , J u llllllliuin-
a piecotuar, iittijl. candles, pitch, tar,
and other frub&taiiorr; are eitract oil from
j , . , T, f t
1'"' MV' -I'll ' .'.v ....... V .x ,.v
ncst wax, , (The canule ;vhich Vail du
!tho annenVWn nf,n' wavonnnn w5'i
handcJ aerqss the. table'tp the Treasure
pencil,. wtiere . it was mspe;elro witti
much 'curioitvdn Lord' 'J.ohn TUtsse'Il
and otbenuembers oftbe .Government
was subsequently lighted in the
House! and bunuM very steadily and
wi:h irreat brillianc0 ' Thi Hon.'rncm-
ber proceed exl to say that he had the
guaranty of' Mr.' Owen, w -geutleman
v4io had already estAblisheif a manu
factory .in Ireland, having amassed im
iflffise property in. this country, and on
the faith of whnLseword he would rftake
his,characterf'tha!t lherevas no foreign
material. in that-candle, but;that it was
the production. pfta iece jof Irish peat.
AtYcr such ,a derryjntratifcn,- Lord
Ashley might be excusetl tor -fleclanng
that the oil of peat, if we may so callit,
is not only", err ml to" the' bc-t Hspctrna
eeti, 1 t t thct while the lattrcots 9 )
s . .&n 2 4--..- "ill ..:' . a' : i : " i .- -
iof5.-j, per 1001,111; aoniier cm' D?.r pro-
duce'J tbr 10 'per ton.' Ihis1 is nows
. ' ,
i -".Ar. AI..U.l v1.M.W'r1 f U ll,,n
'that'a hundreuVthpusaiid acres of Irish
ipe at.Ayould bo"- yorth . more f Kan' i the
whole region bCCaliforman It ns said
for our Aprican whalers and porkers.
Wlia will be the only people i:r thi
wor!,I Vvlia wilf not beartily rejoice a
t!;e dNoovery of' thi't ine.bautibh
Mu;icBof wiaith : for lhet s-ons ot
Eilxtira! J i'vle. . .l.viera::i.
F !ii.i.R,-'JfAKjsK.;-iTbet:c:';rs . a
5Ct of people whom I eanr.otdear the
'Vm's r tv:'lion7l)e society bye
everv Worn is .precise, nnu wnoc every
mrvemeor iainexcejHioname; oni who.
sahco in every prMurc, fcnd graceful
thatcuaM-s timumy .irom fevery oosom,
antt tells cvfivnian m me. company io
ti confideht and lmppv. 4 bis is what
eonceivedo m tjie virfueof tbelev't, i
V Ciscof RtAu Distrksw. One day
last week, the 4,bam Martin brought
up the river a'casc of Jcal distress A
Mr Win. Deiiton, from jullivan eo',
-.it rpinnt'iiil tolowa had Jithrted back 1
to Sullivan "died on the river- after-
wards a son died,-ana tne -wiaow gave
mni Ai-tmo frtioie is Chant r. is
birth to a child oh the nVer before reaclk-) fainting a: rou
iho- :t1n nlihp. She dirAloti'1Siturdav i tor tlian ! aiyv which the Engineer has
laf t,jc'aving soma .7 or 8 children, near- had an 'oppurfitiity of cx.au Iniiig-
ly alf sick. She as Jr. 1 Benton's ZmlMuuutnintr r. '
wife her family name wn.s: Kord. A ' l.-i- " ,
in company. - lie. is returning likewise ' inent wa m.t lea last winter Jy Messrs.
from Iowa. Contributions hrivc been T Poniciqy, jr., nipn V. II.' Ddfton, of
made' in'-Knoxville fo rd heir present re-
"Miceri" arc thrown out airamst Abbot
Lawrence, 1n he "opposition press, ill
disghicd, because be i a.'Shop krrpo;-M
has' not had the benefit ol a College
.mint' vmir ntmJ -'J iosTiLiTY to nut 'IvrnrfK--. omc i.werc irani)ianir.i u nuou, weiug , uv u
education. &e. All tUh is very le;no- J feet in diamcter, and the roots severed;
cratic! Well, wc 'will venture' to sayiJu tho'w utler, when the ground had be
that the wjpJ keeper", will' be as much
respected -in Lnglaod as ' the ju'ouffost
and' loftiest LocoiV.o who w.v ever
sent to the Court 'of S) Janic-: And, if
Mr. Lawrence' ti.;vc went to- C)lle
himself, he has built Colic-res atukpro
vided for many youirgnien vho may
enjoy rlic rbles-'mgs from .his bo'ijnty,
which lw!!i w.x t d c p w vul . iIxarly-.li.l4
becau-e ITe had to vork for his btrad,"
and "make his own living.' It ist
Mran - o.
that our first men--lho hi en
e hewed their own way to for
tune and to tamo--should llnd "feo lifi-lr
favor with ;i partv jn-ufmhuf to ''love
thc'dear peJ)ic AU r.
.The Rev Tho-!.i Stringfield, former
editor, of this paper -is now'-Asrent for
I th nierlf.'i 11 ' liili!f Sii. In ilw.
.- . . a - . rf.- ... '.: 1...;
bounds oi the HoKtoti Couhyenc
About a year sitrcv an. atfempl was
M I v n ti iliitt H 1 v I n Mlilliilillw '
to the Ih.ard UtXeW York, to'
he reputarion'of M. Stringlield, I
vehim removed. The ncfnri-
i V m ? .wkui.iiwii t. i'-i i . 1- uiijiiitiu.iljllj; I.
fptk: in poveiou of the charges, .has
vindicated hinwdlrd put his ilc ac-P
euscSto the bluvh. -Tho.ewefl ac -
quaintcd with Mr. Strinsfiehl, need no
letters of cvm.mcndation to establish his
reputation as a good man and true: and
every auempi oy ms oigotcr ana sec
& Persecutors to tariiUh his char
ac,fc' "nd.weoil upo: ihem
selves. Aasft. thru. Adr.-
I . . - 4 .
T X. i , -'
vt t , '
i-erence to cnoiera, as other isea-es.
,!...' X.. ..4- 4.. .41. ! - jU I 1
.where lour persons had ;fied of cholera. I First Car. on thc GrcknviLle ajjdCo
They did not take tlc dia;:c. lliev lu.vbia Rau! Road. -AVq were highly
ivcre then told ;hey' were lo-slrrp in gratified on Tuesday evening, to tee a
beds where someperons had died-'of;
marignantholcraj but the beds' were.
m b-ct new:; and-had not' beerised at
aH -eyertbclcs, three of them died
i?. disease within four hours. V
An -Irish Hi ll.v-Two' Irish friends,
had, frUm.frenucrXpracticc.'arrivetl at
a high point of s!Ktling:. One, having
appropriated a gooe, wa on the point
of being condemned by a jury for t h'eft
when the friend appeared and swore
iiitiu iuu uiHiHusms, anu had, been ev
PI, sinee tf wnw r nrol.'i ..ji.: ' .
er since it was a gosling, and the "pris
oner on this was acnuitted A fW.
ards, in the course of crtlllng the in-
genious witne.ss vas himself" arraigned 1
iur sieaung a gun. roii t be ohasey,
whispered the former culprit. 'Til' re
lease you." Thereupon he stepped intq
the witness box', and boldly affirmed
that the gun was his "and had been cv
er siqce it was s a pistol. , -
' An exchange paper says tlicrc ' have
been many definitidrw of a "gentleman;
but the prettiest-aud mot poetic is -iv
cn by.a.girl in New York. - "A gentje
man, said the, a.hunian being com
bining woman's tejMrri-W r'-;Mi' i
man- courage,? i - - .
, : Thr Ho:: 1 .1 - J
.fbe s-isjui arc ir.oA: I i;j r-?pi-ct.)U-s
'uow that t!.. pio pejt bf pr sur
itisr a lload is a.t:min: an. re p:.icti
cal eb i ;acr r. -V" - h-:-r r r-.any i;en
tleiiKv a!jo aso tluUiiuru d not only to
sylxh'ibe thc.ninount onirinnlfy; sub-SQrUvVlv:!her-iJ
Columbia Kail Uoad4btit who w:ill
brdy increase t!iir sub-c.iplion in
feme ."instance? dor.Min?, an In, others
more than quadrupling , theirl original
vtpoK. , G:hcr gentlemen, who, a year
or two ao, thought the- tlnie" bad, t;ot
Ccnii'tO take stoek. andwho"hae not
bitberto' vubseribed, cow" avow their t
willin'ynrsjtutakcas much ahey.ca.n
without -serious., .einbarrassmeut ; r;rtd to :
advocate it .with -others.. . . ' ,
liut w? mut tive a peculiar promi- . r
nrncc'to the noble' libera!ity of Vardry
MtlJeV who'cn"irrie to extend .
ISs subscription from 1 to 50 thousand
tfolIvr3r,so as to ctvcr-and more than
cover, nil the deficit ncics of stock "iccai-" - V
sionyd by the (leath some of the ori r
giiml 'subscriber's, apohenpcidents atp ,.; :
tendhis: others. .It! isv fcoalidcntly .x- ; :
pevfedJhnt the' Greenilln .wfoct ,wi!'l
be rim m to 51fl),000f a.it oiiti:rto
wbether thev'afo willing" to L, as well
as V'fA, for their owh good and the good
of tluiir countrv, .hyLprunioting,' a great
I nublic enterprise, aiid taking sdoclclllat
will Vav rood interest beidev."
The snrvevs, commence on Monday,-
arid we learn tuern is aprooaimiy oi
to to Urown s wrneli is het-
- I rav,'J.. n sr. lar.?.. An ' cxrHVi--.
this ci'v, in tra:i;)!anliug largo .shade'
of. any of their brandies. -. The process
, of removal was.as follows: In' .the tall,
before the frtist, , a trvnch was, dug, ti-
.round trees selcc'.ed, from ten.to fitecn
come; solid ti'om lrcezing, the trees were;
ptilfed out' by the "aid of oxen antMc
vers, itlf the raa of the earth firmly
aft ached to the.rools. They "were theit '
U au- jorU d oji a "trong . led built' for thft :
purpose, and set' out.
- These trees grew in open irA on the
lai in ui uu ne'.'', . no it;. unu i n il . :
froni the city. ;Thy have ptU out theiV
foliage this spring. as if wholly Uincon-'
scious that they were uoj. Mill "in'-, their'
native soil, and the enterprising gentle
men, who undertook this unu-n.iiceur a
are rewarded 'with a place which, by'
the old pracl-icr, 'it would haverrepiir- .
ed" twenty years to prodyee. . - '
Alu'-r OF cjVi:si x.--Pcoplc. slmuM
be very Cfireful in the use of Magnesia.'
It is a very dangerous sub-ta'aee to iise,,
afid there 'riVtoo many, wc,' believe,
who use it for the stomach for... "heart
buriV who. do not know the' dangers .
, , , . "
emplojment lor that pnr-
?TC ( 1 !u: u ft 1'c:ca1ue
!,,.m'l!f 'Pnt -?nr ,.t ha?
brx'ni-j'covered thatihe terrible disease
r -T II 1 -t .. ,
Suil,zf pIa";I ca,le(1 Gpitrc, m due W
hP4 mnxnc Mix salts hB the
y ''T m i C binhcHhc'
'J1- feU!cl V lU'K'- witbthc waters of,
j tlM ?s.s r;ll' t , -' .
SiHnY Schools hp the Metuqdist-E.
Ciirnv'u. By lately published -returns
itapptrirs that iu the year 1848, there .'
Avere con-nrcted. with 'the Methodist JR..
Church in the; United 8la:as, 675$ Suni '
day Schools embracing 70,201 iiice.rs.. '
ami teachers, i2.j7.on -srholri ' ThA
i i'i -' .i . . - - .
Car on me. Greeuviile Rail Road' Tim
persevering and industrious Contract
ors have commenced laving - down the
iron at the junction of the S. C. R.
and the car in question is usedfor the
purpose ot conveying the necessary ma
terials as they .progress. Three cheers
and a "God speed' to the Greenville -Rail.Road
Car. Temperance Advocate."
r SriivMc.i NicHoijL-oS Suxk. Wejearn
from the. Chattanooga' Gazette; that the.
'George .Tvicholson" struck a rock and
sunk to thq guards, on the'd3th two
mil p.s -.bav--tK''it-' ril i r.. ' fl.ir .7 ' i. "...
left- for -Decatur. V Efforts;. would be
.made.fmmediatcly,to raise her and re
pair the. damages. Methodist Episco- '
pultun. ,r.. . x .
. G kc t Tlxn ET..ProposaIs- -?re soli
cited for the--construction"' of Vne - great
tunnel -through. J1kj Blue, Ridge, by
which the Louisa Railroad will.bo pro
longed into the great valley of Virginia,
near Staunton. ' The tunnel will be
4,200 feet long. 1G feet wide and 20 feet
Miigli; with'a ditch i,u fa-'h :uc; it' will.
slope crvvaifdv, tl.e rate ofCd feet
to the "mile, and pa-'- 7G0 titt below. tlijel
top of the. mountain, i 4; i ;-;