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TO THE NORTH-CAROLINA WHIU.
Oh ! be Iliippy.
Th're in nnr pure one lieinly joy,
We Ii.vt' un tins cidil erth ;
My only one witllullt ll'y.
Some ycrs ogo hud birth.
.N- w re dtf p ue, nnd puta awhile.
Wh..t c n tl.ia pu.'e joy be ?
lrn.tpfi it will bnn conteniptuuui vniile
But uh '. it ia joy U me.
THti 'tis tn r. tire tt enrly morn,
When ill u brirht lid f ir.
In aotitade, fri.ni tltftichte furb.rn.
And rejdnd wuraliip th-re.
Nri dnubl vou picture lo yourelf,
A in nl with tut I nriii.ly fe lure.
Hut no ! aiie'a known tn f t end near,
Ae a h ppy, j"V'iii5 rre turc.
ttret nwjbd, Ott. -0, l".Vi. Airrs.
There is au ol l-provtrb that ' Fancy is as fnmous of their tiiiie in the world belon
poo J for a fool as phy-ic," aud i believe the w j0 oni, D ,ne chief bo ;.itals of Kdiubiirj,
saving luilit be earned lurtber alil.li.lor
till rir' i . -,di a thin? as cortioreal disease,
depending i-iitircly upon the mind; and tluit
with vi ry wise nu n too. J be em-el ot men
tal r. iiicdi js we all know, even in very -evi re
and in. rely muscular diseases.
I have known several instances of mental
... -.. . . .e
r' lie O e- applied Wiiu success; V say imm
in;: of La vmy; actually recti the incident ills-
played by old liuiibury s caricature of a
rheumatic man enabled to jump over a Injn
fence b the i.re-eticc of a mad bull, I w
(live you one iii.-tai.ee of a complete, thou;!!
temporary cure, performed upon a youu
lady by what I tan only cou-idi-r mental
a.o i.cy. One of the dau.'bters of a Roman
athoiic latmlv, tiained ,a very
beautiful aud liitere-tinj tin, liau entirely
lo-t the u-e of her limbs for nearly three
year,, ami was obliged to be fed and tended
like a child. Her mind was acute ami clear,
howc-v. v. and as at that time the ce'ehrated
I'riiiee Hohenlou was performing by bis
I. ravers, some cures which seemed iniracu-
, her father entered into corre-ponil. nee
with him. to see if any tbini' could be done
for the daughter. 'Ihe di.-tancc of some
thou-and miles lay between the l'rince and
the patient ; but he undertook to pray and
.'ay ina-s for her on a certain day and at a
cci lain hour ami directed that mass should
also be celebrated ill the city where she re
sided, exactly at the same moment. As the
lon.'itude of the two places w as very differ
ent, a irrcat deal of fuss was made to as
certain the preci-e time. All this excited
her imagination a iro'jd deal, and ut the hour
appointed the whole family went to mats,
leavinir her alone, nnd in bed. On their
return thev found Mi,s Y
, who for
years bad not been able to stir hand or foot,
up, dressed, and in the drawing room. For
the time she was perfectly cured ; but I have
been told that she gradually fell hack into
the same stale as before.
Mental medicines does not alway suc
cced, however; and once in my own ca-o,
failed entirely. When travelling in Europe,
in the year l"'J, I was attacked with very
sever.- 'juartaii fever. I was drujrjrcd im-ni'ii-ely
between the riaroty,ui, and the
,.liv.i.iT.n eniisr.in-il with mv friends to iter-
i.. I it ii, unite cured The v went so
far as without my knowing it, to put forward
a strikin-j clock that was on the mantle piece,
an I when the hour struck, at which tin: fit
usually sei.ed me, without any appearance
of its return, they congratulated me on my
iccovery, and actually left me. Nevcrthe
less, at the real hour, the fever pcizcd me
fi raiii. niitl shook me nearly to nieces.-
V...I.... ; il. ..ii.i, t.il ini.ilti. tun w.,1. ii. t. n.es
fail,; but it -omctimes operates in a mo-t
unexpected and li.sastrousm.mner; especial-
l... i .....1 . .....I I
railiet inclined to believe, that corporal nial-
ady may niten be best treated by mental
lueiiiis; iiieiital malady by corporal mr-aii.a. 1
A Irieiitl of mv youth, noor Mr,
I.;, i.U-,. ;., i ...... i,.,.....!.! ...,.
ii r He bad but two children: this son and Her lips moved, and with a irrent flu! t she
a dau-hter. Roth wen: ejeceiliii'ly hand- exclaimed, " b, John, John you know
some, full of talent and kindly affections; that it was line my fault.''
. . . ' '..ii .. . i. r -1 i ....I
anil the t-.vo yoiin-' neon o were mo-t strouelv .
attached to each other. Sud
Iii alth ol yoiiu s was perceived to
decline. He bi camu crave pah: sad
emaciated. Ills pun-uts took the alarm.
1'hy-icians were sent for. No corporeal dis
ease of any kind could he discovered. The
d I'.tnrs del fi.efl privately tb.it th'-re must f
uiiu Ciin on his iiiiiicl, as it is. culled, ami
bis father with the utmost kindness and ,
ti ii'li-riii-si, bcsoiiht hi in to confide in him, i
a-iirinj; bim tlmt if anything within the'
reaoli of fortune or in3aeiMo tnl g Liu.
'relief, hi wishes should be ace implUhcil,"
whatever they niyht be. ; I
I 'You cau do nothing fonue, my dear
.father,' replied the youug in an, sadly : ' but
van deserve all III V CUUiidcllCe, aillt 1 Will Hot
ithold it. That w..ich u destroying me U
v....- -.; .I.t .,., ,, u,
" f re,,t- Lvery Bylit, ubout au Hour
after 1 lie down; a figure drewed in white,
very like the figure of my dear si.iter, glidca
into the room, ana genl awn on me nni
wde ol uiy bud, Here ll reniniua an inui.
If I aiu asleep at the time of iU con.iiif I
reto wake, and I remain awake all
tnht with uiv eves hxed unou it. i believo
jt to bo a delusion j but I cannot Imni.-li it;
auj tj0 Mlellt t appears I am r ,i pit tot y
;uflw.Bcet j lu ;s w han killing
The "father reasoned with hiu, and took
every tueauit thatcoald be dt iieti eitliei l.y ;
frkuds or pliyaieiaiw, to di-pel this
nbaiitaiv. 'J bey uave rarlies ; they sat ii
late ; they chanucd the scene ; but it was ail
in vain. 1 be figure still returned ; and the
j young man became more and more lecble.
Ills was evidently dying ; and as a last re
Uource it was deteriuiued to have rtcour.-.e
'to'a trick to produce a strong effect upon
jhis mind. The plan arranged -was to dress
hisM.-ter in white, us he had representee tue
fiuure to be dressed, and about the hour be
nifiitioned. to steal into the room, and seal
I herself on the other side of the bed, opposite j
to the po.-ilion which the pbautoiu ot ni I
i iinaeinaiioii usually occupied, while the j
parents remained near the uoor to bear the i
i result. She undertouk the ta-k timidly ;
but executed it well. Sti'alin in with nni-e
less tread, she approached her brother s
bedsid;-, and by t lie faint nionn-li.ht, saw
his eyes fixed with unnatural stare upon i
vacancy, l ut directed to the other side. She :
seated herself wiibout makinn the lea.-t noise. !
and waited to see if he would turn bis eyes
I tow arils her. lie did not -tir in the l-n-t,'
' i ... . ..i i I..'
however ; but lay as ifpitnlied by t
I hi fane: Presented. At length she mad
(sli.'Lt inoviiiiitit to call Lis iitti Ution, and '
' her jrarinents -u-tled In-taiy the youn
jinati turned bis eyes to tbr k-.t, pazed nt
i her looajcd to the ri.lit- cfOd at lief
1 aain ; and then cxelain.ad, almost with n
' ?hri".. " (Joo tioil ; there re Uo of tin in I '
I He rail no more. Ills sister darted up to
him. The father and mother rsn in with
lLhts; but the ta. ct baa been ffftal. Me'
Nor is this the only ei-c in which I have
known the most detrimental results occur
from persons atteiiiptinx iiuli -erectly to act
'upon tha minds of the sis while in a very
' feeble state. Unce indeed, the abole laedi-
cal men and thev were anions the ino. t
vrS i. f't in a similar mangy r.. J be
P!Ult, this: A nour woman oi J..-ith had
married a sainr, to w noiu sue s,
fondly attached. They had one or two
children, and were iu by no means jjood lir
cuinstnnccs. The man went to ca, iu pur
suit of hi usual avocation, arid at the end
of two or three months intetli o nce was re
Ccived iu L it U of the lo-s of the ve-..-c with
a OI1 Loard. ltlt in penury, with no
ii,i-flrn of sutitiortuu her children nut her
own hard In I or, the poor woman, who wa.
very attr.ic.tive in appearatn-o. was pe.sua'l.-u
to marry a man coii-iderably o!''1 r than le r
self. but ill very tolerable eireuiust iiiccs.
Ry him she bad one child; and in the sum
mer of the vear l7-fl. she was sittin on tin-
broad, orn-n wav. cn ed l,en!,
I. vv a! k . with a
baby on her lap. Suddenly, she beheld ln-r
f,r,t. husband walk up the strctt directly
tow aril her. The man reco-iii'nted her in-
stantlv. m iiroat bed. and p-ike to her. Rut
she iieilht r niiswcrcil nor mov. u. .-ne was
struck wilh entalep-y. In this state -lie was
removed to the Royal infirmary, and her
ca.-e, from the singular t -ircum-tancc s at
tclidiir' it, excited ejeat inture-t in tie
medical profession iu Eilinbur.'. which at
that time numbered anion,: it profers the
eelel.rated Culh ii, and no b-.,s cel. l r it -I
tireeory. The tale was related to ine I y
one of th.-ir pupil", who was pre-ci.t, and
who assured Ine that every thiiin' was done
that scii'iii'C could su'-'.-.t, tiil all the or
dinary remedial mcaiis were rxbau-t.-d.
The poor woman remained without speech
or motion. In whatevi r position the holy
was placed, there it remained ; and the
ri -il ir v of the muscles was sin h that when
tie arm WH, extended, twenty minutes
elnp,ed before it fell to her side by its own
weight. Death was inevitable, unless some
means could be devised of roii-iuj the mind
to "Oiue active operation on the body.
From various indication-, it was judged
that the poor woman was perfectly sensible,
and at a consultation of all the fir-t phy-i-elans
of the city, the fir-t hud. and wa. -cut
for, and a-ked if he was w illin ' to co operate,
iu order to L'ive bis poor wife a chance of
lie. lie r -H ied, w ith deep f
. that he
was w illini' to lav down his own Lie, il it
would r. tore her; that he was pert
latisfied with lu r conduct ; knew that she
acted in ignorance ol Ins cxi-tcncc, ami ex
plained, that having floated to the coast of
Africa upon a piece ot the wreck, lie bad
been unal.le lor some y.uirs to ri mm lo i.h
l.iitive land, or coiiiiiiiinii nte with any one
therein. In these cireiiui.-lauces, it Wiisdt:
teruiiiicd to act immediately. 'I be prolcs-
sors ro.ii....I t lilliisi.l v. I around tlle I.Oor
woman, and the fir-t hii-band was brought
suddenly to the foot of Ihe bed, toward
u-1.1,.1, I... ..-..i er ,.r.,..l earrvlie' the
child by the m cond husband in bis anus,
A momciit of cileiice and su-pcncu succi i d
ed ; but then, .she w ho had lain for so many
' davs like a lviii" corr.se. roseslowiv up, ami
, j - - " 1 ' - .
stretched out her hands to the poor sailor
1 lie euori was too iiiucn i'n in i t-iim '
frame, she fell back a:a iiiiedinti l y, and
iu five minutes was a corpse indeed.
This slory may have been to d by otlurs
before me, for the thins was not done iu a
corner. Rut I always repeat it, when ocea
sion serve", iu order to warn people iioain-t
an iiii .'iii'ious u-e of means to which we an:
acr iistomi-u to attrit.ute less power mail un y
Why is it that a steam enine cannot net
d'f Ueosuisa it bw a tender behind.
A DOG. HORSE.' AND FISH STORY.
Jwu friends of oars, Maying a week or so
nt 0tiu of the wuteiiii ,r-pliiee.s ou , the Uulf,
H(;re Bccu.toineil daily to ri-e til an early
1,,,,.,. , unll; ii-biii,. iiiiiilciiicliL in linii.l.
to a j,yoa, abo.it a miiu in the rear oi the
, , ' . ' . , , . .
ll0tul, Umju there, being expert aujcr -,
ty.y i0uiiMitted wucb-devaalittiou aiuuutbe
ranki ol the iinuy u ibe. ,
'jue wuk tliro.ih the piney wood's to the
trout and pel cli-toi
ploaaiu.t enough ut
red atrt-am was i-ool and
. five o clock in the mor
but tlle V-tor.,, trip on to,, t, m,U
or ten o clock, a.i aekiiowleded to be len.l
agreeable, as it n.M warmer and more
iKtuuiua. It will easily be iuia.iuud, then,
that at the lo t li.biit expedition our triemU,
made, which took place a lew day since -
r - -
tlat t.y hiulo hoi row the om hur. f tin t
of a eariienter, w ho iivcil near 1 y, anil who
was au ucdainlaiice o! tin ir4, w -J i j
ai eepted and put in execution. i tu c.u -peiit.
r !'ad no ol-jettioiis ; the call wi:- ji
pired, the litLle I'reole liiu tau.' wn.. lur
:esscd, and our friends jumped into the
vei.irle n ir) rallied oil lot the ii-hin
urouini in hih spirits. Know in that lin y
would be !ihi' to I. rim,' back mueli wore li ii
than U"iial, they took with t!e
t.)iit eli.iuiiia"iio lia-kt t. whirl
iu a l.ir.'e,
,; .,,,.,1 tilliit r to the brim with the c:ilv u
tj 0f the hook and line. Away tln-v rat
tied, then, a we said belore, and
but idoddin.'lv followed them a hu
1 1 1 on -
j,ri, ,iOVi ,jn , to the cjrj
tbut dn; lianas a tale !
Arrived near the b.iyeu, the fUlierui"ii
jmnpi.d out, tied tim mu t in.' lo a snpliii.',
ati, red together their li-hin. ( od-, Jiia-r,
chiinipajiie baki t, spiritual ;n l other
relrehiiieiit ', and adjourned to the banks
ror ,j .toli,tl operations. The do,' curled
I,;,,,,..! ul, under the cart nir'. went I i An n :
ti,(. n,U!-t.iii eletit without, cui iuu biuisilf
After a cooi.lt! of hours of jib a aiit aid
dilienl labor, the champ i,'lie I .i-e. t as
filled, and the t ao confederate, pr. p-.r 1 to
decamp- Siiiilin-; aud ntieipailu au a
ITccal le drive home, they packed up the
lootv and marched t ord the cart.
You untie tli j hor-e while 1 p it tie
h isk, t in,' said
co,rii, and eac
the chief fl.-licruian t his
I proceed, d I . hi- t.i-k.
lJ,,w, wow, wo I' and
th bi' da.'
by the c.-ut.
du a i ray of
, sprang out, and took his Man'
eruwliu,', showin ' a lormida
t'eetii. aiid barking iu a teniide iiiiimicr. As
WKlU a ri,,,.r u,hcrmau made a iiu.eiio i.t
,, B;lr,s t. Cart, or the bor-e the do; flew
at )i u a urv. aiel cumiiclled i.iui t i a
prc'.j.ilale retreat. ojxiii. liir at , p. I
hies and .'tick, thrun, acre o, no u-e
they .....lv notde tiiu ai.iinal iie.re hn.ii i-.
L'Uuiua.u t . I
uu Ut i- a!.
nil an ) w a-pre-i
rv in li.e
11 - ilia E. I cut it ii
-e i.t, a;i I the I II J.s it. 'I ,
. .li ob-liii.ilely b.-nt on the
io '.nt. i ly Ir .in ali i.i a i 'i.
1 o lit I'll t
I i.t- ei.i . .a 1 1 a - - in. i.l ol o n
frieti Is al tlis Liiicrou' ' ' I ol
c.tui.ie initi ion, would be iiitp . -ii.le.-
I here wa, n u,e in Iryin to oai,iii d
his iiiov. niciits wi n; so i.ipi!, nud he ,o
plainly ha I tin- advantage o! .o ili hi, that
no sudden da-b al the h ir-e or cart o,il I
l'i sui cei.-liil, witn iut a total a!. and .aim i,t
of all tl
an'e, t'j iitinciit.
tine ol the two ail ni.lurt rs prop.
a V with the do' by summary uica-ur
but that plan w a- speedily ai.an loii- d. 1 in
other liiiii.Iy -u ' ;t; ti I ti.at tie- ba ket o!
U h .-iioul l be lilt bcliiii J, au I thai th.-y
sho.il-l uiiike " a h-jp, skip, an I a j-t.np I r
the curt, where oui e e -t bli di 1 1, tli -y
could ca-ily del. ! I them-cLcs 1 r.-ni In
c.iiiiiie i n uiy. H it ihe otii -r man son
he would rather gi.e up bit heai tiinri hi -lib.
At length t'ni List liaiiie 1 iu li . i lusi went
into tin- biihes ti eat a ion,; p m- where
with to -tir up tie- lei'iei'Mi annual. I li
oilier expe.iitioiiils tied a huntm -.-Kt.ilu to a
li-hlii-rod uiid apj.roacheii the h-.r-e ., bea i
w ith a ilc -i ; ii ot cuttin ' the rop .- an I t
tilt the pony' tree. In or h r to .inert lie
do ' H allel.lloll, hu p .il.led to tlie I 1,1 ! i
ma H i i tel. I iy ill the pr.-ci-e i.i.n.!,.;.
whi le hi. t-oiiip.ti.ijli ha 1 til .iipp-. ar !-- a.: i
-hool I on tin: 'i-.,- t- alt. -er. .inlu.i i' .
cm in y . 'Ihe do ru-hcl in tie: t:,n.:i,.
poliite'l out; the other mia jit I.; a
emerge 1 from the bu-h; tii.-d"; cii .lit
him not exactly in the small part ol ti.,: I .el,,
or the middle of the thi.'h eith.-r. A des
perate, but brief stru.'le t n -n--.l . nud in an
in-taut th" unfortunate li-h.-r.ii in exciainu-
but we will not -;iy vvli.it h- t-X'-l ;i i .ii . .1 .
It was well lor him, ho'eer, ill it in- h i I a
coat, th" tails of w h it-tt were li-.t over -hot
Strau'c as it may seem, tlii l-i iicroti
affair en led in o ir fiieii Is hi ill,: oblij". to
i.e up all hope of u"iin' h ime in the call,
and to return ou foot thr-m li tie1 deep -and
an I broilin.' sun, buithelie l wiih i:ll th"
ti liin t ickle, au I the t lianiji i oie t-a-k-t
tilled with li b. I he do ri ii.aiiii-I ma t. r
of the field, and hi, wa-ter, th" c.irpi-iiter,
had to (.". niter bim in onier to btin.' back
the inu-tan,' ami the cart.
Reader, singular nt it may sctin, tl.i-
r story Is a true t He.
WAIT A MINUTE.
"James you li.il bitter alteii I to e.-tfni-
m Hi woou, sau h,,. lor-y.i, -.i.e,
son who had bet-tone deep y intere-ted ,,, a
hook he w as p.-rilslll .
" Wait a minute, mother, I w a tit to fiiii-h
this pnn'e, I am ri.'ht iu the middlo of it
His ino'hcr did wait, anil although slie
sai I liolhin', yet she win deeply irri.-veil.
When he had read the pa 'e lliro.i.ih, be
should loo-e the force of it, if be laid it a-ide
just then; and whut difference would it
make if the wood was brought iu five min
utes Inter. Hit mother allowed him totil.u
bis own time for it, so it was almo t dark
before hc thou lit ol leu in hi - book, 'I hen
be went at il in a pleat hurry, and iu split
tin.: some kindling, he M-ralclind hi- h inds
very badly. Aud when he ii;ain cut led
the neat sittin.' room, w here hi. mother was
at work, In! iva-i crying and complaining
J "lib, dear! dear I I was t-plittin-r th"
wood, and a erent stick flew up and hit
J -iij baud. You know that is jv.t n luck."
w taiK wmi you, little. XUitair jooj A 't riuidnd (W. I.) pnper relates the fol
are v.yy jinlueky, doiit you !" : w Mowing : 'J ho fceliooner i'rw.Sdeiit Jereiuie,l
"t l n.i, I do, niotlier j l mil alyt getting ;lyiMM t. UiU poll, got, under weih for St..
liurt nud it 1 u t my fault I'ltlit-r." iuctut,but bad only got as far a oppositu
4 it iiot joar fault to inrbt?' ( the l ive IsJumU, (u i..r iuilen from tlie au-
i hy no bOif should 1 kiiow the ctick eh. ira-e ground oi Fort Kpain,) when mi ac-
w as l oin to hit Hie ?'' riilixit. a iuMt nniMiiui anilrrilvinir Ba-.
v i . . , .. ;. .
i e-v out naii ii uot ucen so attrlt ana
but baU it: not been m dark and
line vou woaiu uoi nave iieeii ill kueli a
v " ,su Jl1.1' T'o " you in sua-
Mil, to ((o it an iu Uayli -lt, but I let you
iiiaiiazv our own way, to see what would
bo the ri'Milt. .1 have tioticcd. lately that
whrnetr unytbing U given you to do, " wait
a luiuute, ii your nlu.o t contitunt reply."
S" Mell 'what difference "uoe.f a. minute
, ,i .rf .feV
any wy CV -
ell orrai.lu t till iiiuner tiuie
" by, I ui lio-u Hot.
" And, l.eiiu.-, the i xeu-e which ii pood
f.ir one utiiiut.', i ju-t as poo'! for the next,
a. i I for tiiaiiy iiijre. And a- a consequence,
piocr.i tinntioii is crowding business of uu
hour into a moments space, you hurry
lliro irh iih everything ou' v half doin it.
o you -( always com jiIjii in nj ol all luck. .
Now this very lault oi "yours is the cause. I
No doubt it si tins hard to break oil liom j
a:iliiin.' in the midst of it, but recollect '
it you do cventiiiiu- proniptiy, mid in its
p!.-e, yon will have more tiu.e to do it in.'
i. io not sc. t hint is ieaxmai.il-. riki
l win iry aim no i.euer in iiiiure, nioiner.
liiit h 1 1 J.t my in
i, r ."Iter a little,
than to h'a nil (
ill (hid il
to do ihins ill tl.' ir
lo a 1. i-'ire luoiiiei.t. '
or a r
And I think v u vi I not havii -o umcli ill!
Iui-U to eoinpia.ll ol lierealter. '
And now, my yoi'litf tri.nds, I he only .
to -ay that .lame, For-y th has rtforii.ci,
and i a much litter boy. t.o thou and do
likiwi-e lli,lhnill fn.;. I
MANY SilAI.J, IU N Til AND IRO. I
I he time w. uld appear to have auived
when this t'oiliou ol ihe iir.'i.lu t Daniel
w ion . lo he lulliiie.l. " Many h!.' i
run to and lro au 1 knowledge shad be iu-
eita i d, Lai. inl. in, ei.ee ai.noui.ces that
Europeans aro leaving at ;he raie ol more
Uian one ?uoj-aiii per oa. lor iiiesuoie, j
f America. llu,'il.-li paj'er- are heyiuiiiicjr
serio.t-lvti H'.ak ot the " lljodu, of tiiei
I'eltie race ' Ir . ni Irelaud. 1 lie waters of j On Sunday oteiiiiiat week, the coiiyrega
tlie Atlanlic are not alone ploughed by the tion at the WcsU-yau chapel, Norton, mar
ciiiuiai.t and p.i--enj;er ship-; tho,-u oi theiA-kcin, was thrown into reat cxcilement
I'acir.c are ili.-t.nbed lor a rin.uar pui po.-e. . ,y the alarmini' and Midden d. lui-e of Mr.
'lu-uay ( Au.'UM -d ) the Ji.ilia Uookh Is an-. .lames Calvert, of ei.-!iiit'Hl, near ork.
ehoied in our li.tihof witu ui.e linn, lied , w hH-t reading the bcautitul parable f;iveu
pa- e n :ci , bound I
I'roin Sydiiev to t'li iioi liia,
hilc eiiiv il le
Uav, ao auotiur vessel .
bed l.ere with
i:a. lli.l to S V due v.
iiwtii.i is bound Iroiu
tos h ure con-t.ii.l-
I 'i.. ihrttday, a:" toe"
unit oi.e hiiii.ri.'d 1 iiiiic
Ai.ioy, while liio.i -amis up
hit,; I toiia lor the wc-t.
I In lis ai ri . ed
: laboi el -, li '.in
II llio ls.luils ale
li l o.l-t o No: ill
i .s.i i til Amenta, l.itli. r lend, li.is
leiai iiivivcuii iilaiiionj ail li.itioiii .' Never
ore w- re the ell Is ol till! earth brought
near I'ilh.r. To tiituii.iiau.ate the
be i no no more tu ml.t id lhau a
r ii- y --I a b.iu 1 J" 1 n.il w a - a l.-w y i. ar .
i, or a tiip a. .ik- the R. ili li tlianiicl.
. ,'. '. 1 ,n ml.
TELLl-Vi TALES DC t' ( IF Si'llUi )L.
We nt ,ei c ijld buv. u p'J-ed that 1 ainiy
i ii would ha. . bet u "(in , .1 Lie f jUowi.i '
ti u .1 'i Oil- trt a -ion :
j " Everybody is lining vacation rxiril
I sbi lid line lohavu the editor w ho w r.'to
liial, loi lue iii the la.-e au I aii-wi-r luo
!.i.,e,,i: t-.it. i ni-ui, and tii.-n dare whine
a.ler that l i-iuoiil Who fi l liekets to ail
t.n; ."-i.ti.ic-e bov-. tat siin-, white iieu-roe-,
ictri-ii pi--, w nt. -t.nirf caii.irii s, i neu-cs,
i j.. ti 1 1- ami ihcities; U ho ha, a lice pass
ti laiiiui i c. it 1 r l ion , water excursion .,
banooii a ct u ion-, political huhl-, Wthstcr
i.iiiiiers, ku.,i.)j tuppers. nnd " I'eal rejec
ll iu nit i tin.: t .' Ni ho baa the lir-t pi ul
-h ol th.
a-ou ,' who Lads ou aiiony-
. I.t ill s
aiid in tliii ine-, -iraw hen ies.
a. el nit loin u lio 'cls a slice ol
.'.uu tithe every tune a couple make
ioji- ol ii-:ii..-ehes . ant who ha- "pie in
li., uiiie.: year iu and year nut I U bo has
a.i toe Li ;an.i , ,ser ivhti. male lul l leu. ale
c ui taot. v rend. in-.' round him. W ho amas
ses a liiai.i.it enl library lrec gratis lor
ii .t li i u : ( a.e a pull or two.) IV ho e,. t,
pi-city bo. i. put i wh.n lies mi k, from his
lady c ...I. n.ulor.s '.' " action, loisoothl
don t talk lo me. I know nil about it. Ihe
!ir t eiitli in. i n I c.i-i' saw n an "editor.
I le been ac i linte l with tin cu r since 1
wa, kii.e iiirh to a but kit L. - iy 1". tn
hi: iivvi; a iil.m lint Tin: i.wir.s.
A new boiii.et has made il up pi ai .nice in
I'ltii . oli.il. lll.d by Ma. ..line I'liiay
1 1 oi ul r a 1. :i mi' la li.oti - 1 u i ne to tt.iitt.t. 1. 1 "i i
'" " """"" I
Lili'.'lieaii la -In, .u the uiiit'llil Is hi tr a.i l
i. in jii .i.1 i.t iii .il. i t.t '
Wi ll a- tlie I 1. 11,11 I- o, UIC s,u O, ,
r. oil bed leal h. r. Madame h.ts seeuied ai
. ii i
p.ueiii i -i ii r ineciiiiiiy , (ine ' ,
ill I -I li r iiiL'cu.iii v , (Hie i.-o rf-nii oo.
linn .1,) and ha.- couleiTcd lis c.u-lu-lve
t K.i -land noon a da-hiii,.' minim r in
11 .i ..t sin el, L m ion. I h Joiiiniil aJii-:
" I lie po-. es noi ol these bound-has already
become, a perh et.'"'"a to I'aii-i and Un
real. y beaiitilul way iu which the matt-iial is
inade subsci . ieiil to every style id wearer,
liom the truly t-.j.pic-Ui-li l" the sombre or
di uiiire, fully ju-lnit s that ili-tini lioii.' 'I bis
new uititle ol tires- is called I he ,'-'" o
lloiiin t. Wo shall " ki t p au eye out lor
the lir t appearance here of Ihe ti'llifirn.
It w til be " a sil.t to see " w l.eii our ladies
all -ret to weauiij.' Ualhff l"ilt. AlUmy
A RE'llTiN TK'KET
a i -iy a
; ovv piiptr -ny s :
..lack, I ewly off;
, 11 till , I'ltvaiCU ny ' ".-i ... J-."..:!,
1 1 a out
r animal, due nl Ibis eia.,s was a
lie. r I In: i it in r nay in a imin..) e
b.iu. e.i lii-eeiiock anil I'ort Ulasiow,
iu which was
Jack was not
, aud the ch r-
in hia nrastoloji'
' . ...1 l. i.
mail iu a soli um tone ej-ptes-.,.. ...
' man was ou the road to the I
it dan t matt, r mueli, re-1
fliud Jj"k, "I have jot a.-turo ticket."'
CAUOIIT IX A WATER SFOTTT. r
tuiu uouurrea to bur.. ,1 ue, master of the
tuiu ooemrou to ber. ,'lhe. master of the
' j--n .
ve'el haU oboerveil some tbreuteiiiuff ttuatU-
er coiuiu on, and had prudently taken iu .
all sail. "ft ben he suildennr found bis xeswl
enveloped intlie Voituxof whati Common-'"
ly known m a water rpou ot water, bow-
ever, he mh none but of the wju 1, or
whirlwind, no inre than, ,n all probability,
'IID HI1IM I1BVJ v rrvwj Ki. Ul U V rvt . I UV
lucky etiougli to eun ive to tell thft tale.r- ;
t ' -
carried do u kind of well or vorrJ Mr. KvermanS,,rr
aud there thrown on her bean. ends. M,e h,,t volume of " ir. U eb-l r s ork.. '
recovered Iter p i-itton, a.jatu thrown are indebted for la. ts not ehibraced withiu j
down in the same way, recovered herself; om ptrw.i.al kuowhd-e. .
ti'i'd time prostrated. Iu the course oi , J,ullR.l ubster was born on the 1 f th
these three uliset-, n-vru of the eleven per- ,i,.v .. I.... ....... It-' iu the Uwn of Sail.--
laillVtl IU' 'l 'llin HMIi'i"! i i 1 1 -t ui . a j
these three upset-, m-vcu of the eleven per-
i sou, on boaru wete lhrou oil the deck into
the water, the ina-ier biiu-rlf was thrown
overboad a sttojid time, after once eettitij
Uafd o.,t ot the vollex.
1 jim.ly tlie w hi: !w iud f a-sed over, and of
tl. overboard, five sueei eded in vvt-
t;., ard aaiti, but two, uiifortiiiiately
Wcle drowned ; they were both sailors of
iUv ies.-cl: oi.e ol Hie to men U row lieu
Hu ;, tiderlv man ; a pa-scii-cr who .
niippoltiu biiu-ilf on a ben coop be bad
1.11 leky enouj'i to find floatih',' about,
gallantly j;a.e it up to hint, s. eiiiL' his ape
and iiit.rn.ily, and sw am oil to tin- v,:.Ur
ea.-k floating at a greater di-taiiee i but the
p .or man could not keep hi, hold of the
c ' lii.an l w as d row .lied ; the other man who
pei i-l eo was not i
h Ii liom the deck
en from the moment be
into the sea.
'1 be ikek carr'o fell or was swept over
hoard the loi.,; boat via, partially stove in
and tin- maiii-iiil, alt h u-li it ha I been
prev ions lottei I'd , w a much rent. 1 he ves
v 1 n turned to town to rtpair and rtpuil
A riririitine comia in the he'lur, very
. . j i : ....!:...!
Iiarro ly e eaj.eu .. inj juvoiveu in ine ssiue
'eat a tropin'.
SI HDEN DT.ATF1 IN A I'l LITT.
in ,0 4.' th chapter of M. I. like - e -J I
Amid the n.aliv -uMeii death.- that ar-
fo r 11 1 1 Ii -,
Il l M-ite tlie
nont'-t ti-ietids and
.. .1.... ,..,l ...
potteruliy h.tv e all. t ted il.j-e pres. nt iu
the in ut and pit a.-anl l.tth- chap I "1 N -n u
o-i S.. u lay l.i t I'!.. y wa re li-t. niu,' v illi
tit" di't p. -t attention, evident!.- ni"v.-d with
the simple nnd lorciblc p,issai;es of Scnp
t it ro cuiitained in the ch.ipt. r iu tpic-ti'.'ii,
w In ii all of a .-.I'M' ti, u'.ti r u 1 1 . 1 1 . . the
word, ' I will ari-e an 1 pi I i my the
preaeherenelaimed, dli my dear friend'.'
and fall down ill tli- pulpit and aliuo-t ini
uicdiately expired. 'I lus solemn incident
nude a deep impression on the minds of the
I eon re.'.-ttion, which will let iloiiblle-.- bt
,.,ldit rated till the lnt.-t moment of th-.-ir
cTi-teuce I '.tit: '( X'tiftr'.
j I'titNTED SEIlMdNS.
Man? yeiir-i a'i". there praduati'd at Har
vard I diversity a mint, by the name of
kin. son, who settled iu the ministry at lur
i mouth, mi Cape Cod. He u-e l to preach
. vi ry poii, fed si rui.ms. llavin - heard that
i ni,,. of bis parishioner.. W ere iu the hat it
nl' inakliii? bim the subject ""' their mirth at
a irro '-shop, he one Sabbath pre -tiled a
i discourse from lb" text, " And I was the
Smij of the drunkard.' His remarks were
, -d" n very uioviu character, i many of bis
h -nrers rose ami b it the house. A short
(tiiuc aiterwiirds In- delivered a ili-eourse
till more pointed : "And they Lcin ; con
viited by tin ir own consciences, went out
one b one." n this oeea-i iti no one ven
tured to retire from the assembly, but the
I .-uiity on. li-tciicri iu sikuce to the lash of
i wasiiim; made easy,
1 The crazy folks ' in the Asylum at H.irl
- ford (Ct) mix a -ill of ,i!it.io with a pall on
' of solt soap, just as thi-V are eoin,' to rub it
Ion the cloths, which they then soak two or
three hours, nud then merely l in-e out in
'clear water, and all the dirt ii out as cflect
' u a 1 1 v as eon 1 sense is out of a fel ov alter
drinkiiio the same rjii-ititit v of the "poi-ton-!
o,n stull. ' Just tell the women that thi, i
'the easiest way to make washin,' cu-v, and
I in .. i h. II. to t r v it. it lid v on will th.
' ll a v e no ri .t-oii to i n ii.i vt a - tm t. .i-iiiii.- ii.o
1 i :.. . .1,...
, , - . , ,
I,, u-n. bin; stairs ami pa-sa:res, always u-n
- . i r i .i i i
a sponge in-tead of a cloth when wa-luii','
.,, . . , .,
wall, ami you
oitjc is cheap,
.'win noi suit mi- elites
, . ;. ,- ,;.,. ,,!,, .,, 1.,,, ;,
liable to all b
li ar mother," sai 1 n delicate little Lirl,
1 have broken your china in-n 1 '
' Well y ou are a naujhly , careless troub-
, -some little thin-, al wa vs iu li.i-i'hiel ; eo
up -lairs till I si nd lor you."
Au I thi- was a Christian" mother's nn
swer lo the tenrlul litllfl culprit, who Inn
sru'i til wilh nm. eoiniuereil temptation io
tell a falsi hou I to si it ne In r fault I With i
.i: ..... I .i:l i..,,.l I..,,'- th,-child o-'
I,,.,',', 1 Li ihaf' moment was crit-hed in
lu-r little heart the sweet flower ol truth, per-1
I hups never a'niu in alter years lo be reviv
ed lo life. Oh what were a thoii-and vases
ill comparison .
John WAW.l-tiUt, a roldier ff the Revo -
lothm, di.-d nt Shaker Village (N. H.)Urlo-
her -!d a -etl fi.'j years, sevtn nionlhs, and
' . '' . J ii ...i.l . . t . .
twenl y-tliree days, ne wasni me name oi
Riiukerr Hill, and was one ol the last to
leave the se -ne oi aciion. . ic v its vnr oi ttie
. .-.'....-.. r. .... .r.r.
founders of the Society of Shakers, bavin:
tM.eu a member oi mil naitrniiy o '.'rssveuiy
SKETCH OF Ml. WEBSTER S LIFE
IHUMlIIli. 1 . CUlV.nv.i AJ.. v Ue . ,J0 wmtlwr Kremli aiiiii't ;
Jt .- tilting that, ou so. melancholy an oe- ci,'artc1.in. the U- 15:itili, tiiiti m rouiarka-.
casion, thU jomnul, the couduttorspf which b,n fur jtf i! ,,sMicinl, hUtoiieaUnd political .
baVe ever bceu -ineere admirers of the peer- fatare a thespeoth of two year previous.
U.s8 taleiiU of the deceased statecinau, ud.,j. . cmrtrr lwwever,' was granted Iy a '
,u carnut aud honest, friKuds-, Us bo well ole.bf N to 6ur ' i t ,--.-";
ki.t.ur I atwnvit nndvta upknowludifCL - . tr .. ': A ' (
should tiidiike iu bioraplueai reuiiuiceij
should indulge iU biosrapbieal reuiiuUceiif
- - - - j j . . 'f.i J.muwi iih. Mr. ucasipr ninit'
m s (.f ' LU dLtiiH.nLbed career, luto tbo.
minuto dttuil of hi yyutulul lile we iuiiy
,,l ..nu-r. . hiv are narrated iu vanoun
publjeuUoosy but especially and with piod r.
tVte, iu a volume, entitled ia i ot j ty ;
rter and bU Cwiiemporar,.,, V published I n, .
the farly part of the prweut year by -Mr.
4 , J I lit lit I . IIUIU tllli luva Jtm n v "-"--"
,iiu welt, and was in bis conUdeuce, Mr.
L' 7 .'I I
(,,v ,,f January, 17"-', iu the tjwn of Sali.--
hurv, New Hampshire, and was therefore
,, ... ,,....... vion-s. nine montiis and six
ii;,, lauulv originally -hiii from
Seotland liis eui!ie-t aiicc-i or, of whom
(MUljlv have any eel taiu knowledge,
w 'J Itouias Webster, who settled utllaiup-j
t,n, early as 1-od. His mother, Miss
t 0 Salisbury, wa the second wife
,,1 hi, fath. r. KLeiiezei- el.ster. and a wo-
in uu of rare
Aiiiii t, I'.U
mouth Col'.e. .
intellectual endowments. In
i, Mr. Weister tntcicd Dart
c, a, a li i--Lilian. lie eradua-
ted iu I - U i Imniediatcly afterwards be
en me a law idei.t iu the olhce of Mr.
I h mip-'ou, iu Ins native town, and siil.se
ipi' iitiy mini ated lo take charge of a school
al I iyi i.i.re,e, Maine, where be added to the
scanty emoluments "t the po.-t by acting as
it.-.-:-tui.t to the rcgieit r of de. d, lor the
I:i ; t. n.i '-r, l-i',, Mr. Wi 1, t. r r. turn
ci! to Mr. I le.mp,i u s nli.ee, where be prose
cuted bis stui. lis i.i.lil Fcbiuary, IUi,oe
c.pyiu' him-. Il al-o villi the Latin cla-sics.
Doii.i.' ih.it veiir Mr. 'i 1 -t. r u nt to l'..--tou
and became n student ill the ollice of
tin- Hon. ('In i-mpher liore. He was n.l
iiiiltid to praeliee in the Suffolk Court of
Coinii.uii Tk as iu Man h, 1 ' Do. In about
a i,i I
at L j
alicrrt ai d -ea
w en, w 1,
Mr. W. l
i ml a di
to l e m ar bis
laliit-r iu hi
p;ai lice, 1
diclinin year-, bail eoliilncuced
a mi'' tneuou-iy deeiined the
cb rk-bip of the t orninou I 1. a- id 1 1 1 1 1-1 m-r-.tuti,
N'eiv llanipsliire, iifi'i I'-.l to bim out
ot 1 1 ,it i t for his father. The l.o-t was
w-.rth i."hmhi a year. Ill IMI'i Mr. V
-t, ,- r. n - I i , I'.it u.'O.tli. Iu 1-0' I
Mi at i i- -i Mi.,, 1 kf h. r, jaiib!,.r.-!' ll." Re
Mr. I K lit r. of ll"pkiui:ton, N. II. M
I b : le r . bstrr is t i.e uJi m.h i . :n j i--i
(lie tl 1 11"
lie pr, -. nt Mrs. , !,.
liter of 1 1. mi n ii l.erny,
it isni .ulh, Mr. W i b.-t.
I'u I il.ii tbil! t:l..i be W 3S
bar ol i are t ii.li -,
Jen u.iab Ma-.ui, Iv!
rn::.r", , .1. i ciuiiib Sii.ii li,
ot Cms ,-ity. In p
resided nine yeata
a -.- .t lilt i d w .tli a
amo:i - vt l.oi;t wit'
war I J't I. .- Live
William Kin,' Atkinson, l.ioree Sullivan.
Saiini'l Dexter ami .lo-ph Story; y.the
appeared as jiuin r counsel lut ten time-
In May, 11 I, li'"' took his -i at in CoiiL-n-s., !
as repit-sciitative from the Stat" of New t
ll.-Mi.p-hire. f.vA though one id the younne-t ,
mclnbcrs id' the lions.-, was placed upon,
the committee ou foreign albiir-, alway - in;
imp "'. 1 u ut committee, but tli.it lime pecii
liarlv so. Mr. t li-ter was then l ut thiily;
ve:.r- of aw. From this point bis public
life may be said t i have commenced.
I lis lir-t spi i i li in ( .ui"rcss was dilivi reil
o;i ll-.- f t th .lui.e. I-I-I. It was in Mi port
..I a si t ies of resolutions introduced by him-;
designed I) libit a couiiiiuiii.'.il. n
fioin ll.e Kxieulivc which would unfold the
proximate cau-cs of the war. His spei ch
.sin prised the Ibnise by its display of histo
rical knowledge ami illustrative ability. It
ri vi it d the attention of all. The resolutions .
pii-viiil.d, ;:nd to ibeiu the coitulry was in-,
d. I tt d f..r a vt ry full and instructive report
from Mr. Monroe, then Secretary of State.:
At this session of Congress, Mr. Webster,
al-o made effective speeches upon the in- ,
crca-e of tlie navy, and up"ii the rescinding:
of the cmliar-oaiid took bis place in the
Jfr ml rank of I'urliaiiieiil irv debaters. In
.Mil lie was re-t let ted to C ingress, and iu
' January of tin' follow im' year snake ii'-aiu-t
Mr. Dallas's bill f'-.r the biuter of lb" 1.
Stile, Rank. Tlie bi.nk wn-t-i I .- uiidcr
obli 'ation to lend the ( iovr-riiini tit thirty
millions of dollars on demand', and to eiia
hl it to do so, was to be relieved from re
itcciiiiiij; il notes in specie. Mr. Wcbsler,
in conjunct! m wilh Mr. Calhoun, Mr.
.Lowndes ant others, strcnuoii-ly opposed
the measiiri as tin nrraiwmciit lor the
' i--iie of an irreileciiiable paper turn m y
'a- a pr-ettt n-t only iiii--ound in it- piimi
p'i -. but tending In inert use the d. iiin.-e-;
un nt ol l!ic cm n iicy already existing. Mr.
; W'cbsti-r s speech upon this project displayed
a dearie of research nnd a mastery of the
'somewhat difficult subje. I, id' bankliiL' and
i hi,.,.,, .- i "i rely seen iii the debates in t'mi
j tirc-s. The projci I wits lost, but rev ived by
: ri i on-iil. ration on motion of Mr. Webster,
' nnd such aili. tiilllli Ills int I'll'lllectl that it
1 v:ls linally atl "pled by the House nnd passed
ithrou'jh the senate ; but it was negatived
j ,y r, 1 .,.1 i nt, I . iuj one of the two eases
; ., I he , i,i eisetl the vi to i.ow cr dunlin
he t Xel l lsetl 11
his ci :ht years Ailuiiui-lral
Ui..P nlsn 't.ri.eiiied l!ie tiassaue of Ihe Micc'e
- - r ' . . -. ,
..I ul inn, rcipiiriu.
due lo tut
or in noles
-i r,..,,m-v p, ,c p
p .yal le ou demand iu the tame legal cur
I , i,,',!,,, M.1,-,lll,linif of Cotmress in De-'
f ,.,), ,,r (-.- ,-. Wcb.-ter aain
to W'a-hinton. Ho distinguished htniscir
at this ses-ioii by oppo-ing Mr. Calhoun's .
tariff 1 ill, and delivered a well-considered
speech upon the subject in April, I!"'-
1 Mr. W't b-tcr ilia .Teed with Mr. t iillio.m,
j ami opposed the bi'h tariff polny. The,
j I ill that finally passed was on bis motion
. - i . .1 : .. . : ..... ..'... 1 i i-j l.nl
o he voted agfliiiM it on its passage as being
el crude it, its character and injurious iu its j
r i operations to bis ci.Mituent,, I
?j Subsciuently, however, thopslic-ycf ttcj
I tariff bavin? b-wu,.- tli '
, anicnui-u in some nupoi i.im j.......
he voted against it on its passage as
i , .t, .....i- in- tnitinn it
i lUhed plicj f the country, Mr, Weboter
fti in nnd uiitiuortod k. In Februai
, . , ir
'-. . . ' ;', . 'i nrJ.,iM t lorta,
mouth not Uciug Hullieieutly remuuenitive ;
. " '. .' ... .... ;......;vn T
. - ,r i.w hv tbo !
""."'.".".. " , . ... ,i
i view of In heavy M Dy n"
reat lire in that twn, wbieU uettroyuu jus ;
. a Ma br,t constitutional nf- "
. hc lJart,I10ut, Colb ge ease, be- :
e u,e Suprt.n,c Court of tho I'nitod States. .
-m ... . 1 r I il.i.l f It. .....i .av IiA
lit laVI i.O T'llllOlI U (Jt lit lUIIICI.
,,. " ', ,. lttlortti.ie diseourse before
.Mv" ".Ulled " err favn Ik? font of the
M.7 (J fM tl,e lmt of the. l'.(- '
, - ,,'' In tie Fall of lsiv.', bavin" previ-
y all NlmiUr applications, even
. . ,. .. . ..... i sit..t..u S,a,r.
to the prolt.-r of the 1 niten males ocnaior-
ship, be wa, elected a liu-mber of the Hou.sD
of Representatives I'mm the city .4' Uostoii,
iu the .i -hti-eiith Couoress. da the It-th of
Jamtiiiy s-JL be made his speech on the
I J reek revolution, iii .support of a resolution
providing for the iay incut of au a'cut or
tominandcr toll recce, whenever the i'resi
deiit should deem it expeiiieut to appoint
one. In tin-same y ear he sjioke iu opposi
tion lo Mr. Clay oil the. tariff ticstiou, his
iihjccti.Ui' to the irotective tiintf bill then
peiidin,' bi'in,; not aL'aiu-t the priueiple of
tin- bi.l, as ha- been alleged, but against
certain of its details, nud ou the ground of
it- inexpediency ca in rally. The bill, how
ever, became law.
D.irin-4 the sceoud si's-ioli of the eigh
teenth Con-.'ic-s, Mr. W'eb-t. f was chairman
.-I the judiciary iiuinitlee of thellou.-.1,
and iu that capacity 1 rained and introduced
the act of Mar .li --o, " more eileciually
to provide for the punishment of certain
crimes against the United Slates and for
other put po-, ' very properly regarded t
tl.it day its one of ihe iu i.t valuable lawsuit
the statute book.
Iu the summer of 1.(1, Mr. Webster ue
liverc I hi. ni -c i.ir.-e in eoiniiieiiioiatioii of
the li i , mid s. r.iee, of .loliu Ad. tins nnd
'j hoiii.ii J-. U - j.. In the previous year,
the ad lres.s v.a., luadv on the li.yiu.4 ol tiiJ
c.jiUsr stijiio of the ii inker lliii Monument.
To the iiiiieteciiih Coii.'ress, Mr. Webster
was elected by nearly a iiiianimous vote.
During this ee-.-iou came up tlie sill-ji-tt of
the Congress of l'ai.au.a. Mr. Webster s
cch in tlie lloii-e ou that suloeel, .ir.
l-.verttt i 1 1 -1 1 v s.i-.s. was bv far ttie aldest ol
ibo-c p.lbii-hed, and " raised Hit- tpiestioii
iroiu tin: w i etched level of party polities to
the el.-vuli'oi of ieiil M.lteslii.ili-I i..'- Iu
. I. tlle l't. Daui-1 Vv't lister was cleet.-il. by
u Iiiri-c liiainity ot both llou-esiil the Mas--aehiisits
I.e. 1-1 a tli re to the Senate of the
I iiitcd Mat--.-, in p He" of Elijah Mills who
I', lire. I en i,i cunt "I ili heallli. I he revis
ion "I t:;.ii; v.:,- the -.rent .jiieM-on I.i-I'.ii-k
tl.e t .vciiliei.tSi Ci't,;-re.-s. 'li.e prupo ed bill,
tbuiieli pit-.ino heavily up, .ii tin: lcaiiiu,
Stale, ul New KtuJalld, Itetived Mr. Wcb
sler .-up. oi t, be cariici-tly juiin'.in"; out,
however oi.'ii i tioiis to its dtlaiis.
lo.vards the close of l'J aortal alllie
f i - ii li 11 i.;."ii Mr. Webster in the decease of
ills wile, lit- was on bis way to asliiiie.
t' ti win u she tiled, nnd her iiiins.. and sub-.-i.
j i. rt il. ..th p.evei.ud biitl tV mi takii.o
his scat in the Senate until January, 1
This fir.-1 .session of the twenty-first Con-rrc'.-s
was an eventful period iu Mr. Web
ster s public and political lile. ll was dur
ing tloit -i .-.-i li thai b. made w hat has teue
rally b i li foii-iJ' letl bis auk-.-1 speech, ill
r. ply to Seiiat-.r I lay lie, of South Carolina.
'Ih.il emphatically J.rcal speech will live ;n
loii- as tlie Eiili-h language. Tlie tlow "f
pati ioti-m and the bl ilii.'iney of it peerless
intellect made even its severe lo -ie warm
aud vital, while some poi'lions t.f ll are un
surpassed ill ma-iiv ene-s of tii-uibt and
u:aje-ty iu iiitcllcet. l iom that day Daniel
Wt-b-ter jii-tly Kcaiiie the id d of New
England, and be-all to leap ilio lirst fruits
..f lliiit wide pcieiiiiial lame, the richer j;ilts
of tthich went on accumulating to the end
of his life. Uu the evtliii.e ed the day on
w liii h the debate closed, Mr. Webster and
Mr. I lay lie lin t at a friends hou-e, and lor
"ot t!ii- cxeiteiiiciit of the debate ill mutual
civ ililii s.
Iu Ihe Iwenty-sce hi I Con-ress (lie bank
iplt . li Ul became a prominent .subject, Mr.
Dallas itilro'liiiug a bill w bich p.-is.-ed both
Houses, bciir-r supported by Mr. Webster iu
ihe Seiiatc, to renew the Rank's charier.
'1 he reader needs not to be told that it was
vetoed by l'rcsideiit Jaeksoii. Next came
1' 1 1. 1; ' iii.
the oiie-tiou of liullilii atloii, the lil.t ot
which wa., Mippoited l y almiaii, but utter
ly ovi-rtlii'.wn by Mr. Webster, in bis speech
til the ihlii of February, !--. A btt-r
from .lames Maili-ni, first publislied in ihe
recent edition of Mr. Web-ters Works,
shows how powerful was the impression
made upon ttiat Mat ".-mans mind by tlie
powerful rtasoniiijr of the Senator from
Ma- .-iciiu-i Its. Siil'-i.'.i!. i.liv Mr. Clay ot
tered a res-diiti ni, which, altt r amendment,
coii-'emnin the removal of deposits from
the United Stutes Rank. This led to a for
mal prolcst from the President, which in'
communicated to the Semite on the l.'th of
l-.'il. This protest Mr. Wib-t.-r
iii-i.ii rcil in an ei.croaciiinci.. on uu- r,iis
ol the Senate, ami a denial to that body of
the fVe.lom of action which tbo Fiesiilfii
earnestly claimed lor himself; aud on the
,th May he u ldiessd the Senate ill li ply,
iu a Miei'i-li of rare al ilitv, iu which tha
con-lil utiouui riht-auf the Senate were set
forth and defended by unanswerable a-vgu-
LOits and in mo t foieil le language. Cuaiu
c. llor Kent de-ciibes that spec-U ai " worth
millions to our liberties."
At the sps-im of (' .tigress held in. S'f
b iiibcr, I by Fju-.-ial proclamation f
Mr. Van Ruven, the plan ot finance, known
as ihe sub-treasury system, an ! reto-mtucB.il.
ed bv the (tnvcrunu iit, cnnnged the atteiis
tion of the Senato. Mr Uebsb r oppo-cd
tl.e henie Iron, its icePt.on. Mr.U.boun
-upportcd it, and in a a;rerh ,n .ta t .vor
...ado ".eh .so ot Mf. W chslera namo a.-d
"Wrtimniti- m w 4rav firth f.P v 'A
tl.snnf'tho Senato. Mr. Webster oppo-cd