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I'rom the JmtktautMt, I'Ui., fitv.
Subs of Jlarien i Mm.
From the sandy pme barren, the mountain and
Fr.im the hills of the wealthy, the lulls of the poor.
We are fatlirr'd a resolute partisan hnd.
To 4.iike for the e..e of a u(T rnii; lnd.
nr home ib Ihe forest, the awamia snd the gliiie,
'UT otllinya, loe pine inn iin; miiivuii ,
And Ihe note of the bugil thro' nmmis am! fern,
Is tlissigitsl f battle fur Marion's Mm.
Our best blond msy crimson tlie tiiie of Sin tee,
Kra we rnne to s tyrnnt, of cene lo be l"i ;
And though our sand barrens be fertile syitii Bore,
W tresd llieoi aa Ireemea, o Iresd them no more ;
(Vicnwallis snd Riadon. we Uneh them to scorn ;
lint arhen the wild iniiscc of Melon's horn
'Wakes the shades ul the furest, hill, v.lley and ;
Echo out with the snswrr of Marion's Men '.
A hmt of bold spirits, a (ree of bright bUdes,
With charges sll clutior;, drawn up in tne nocs i
Are Sltiinr iiio iiFiisi mat uiui iii, mi -" - j ,
Ail re.dv and e.rer, to dash in Ihe fr.y, I
l,ttne I. (inn. l ... ..rr,. ,.,.
o r. ... a
On Iheifmf ici'eie errand, inflsted wtlh
For tlie wea;ns of venjeanee fleam terrible , at hen
ki- . i.-
tirtue. . . .
Pails out ths dread war note el Msriun s Men:
yei, there once was s tune, when tins foe -dread,
W-rs srt'San trsdramen, snd tillers of land,
Vff eaerfnl and harm leas, a fe ! that waa befnre
1'ne riithlraa niaraodrr had ' need on eur ste.re
rrao ! fur the contest, no -k, ' must we rnoar ;
et,tl iur own Caro'itia be nd o, ihe loe;
jtt :ed be our weapons, and fiercely 'till then,
, iiituled tits war cry of M arion'a M n '
W. K. C.
Jlknnrdtr, A'oe. 185-1.
THE DIAMOND II I.N (1 ;
THE ASTROLOGERS ETP ATAGEH.
A TALE OK IIOSTOX IN' 177S.
K CLIV1R OPTH-.
Till aoLDSMITIl'lt SlIuP.
la the year 1775 a year memorable in
ths annals of our country there was loca
ted ia Newberry Street, a lsrgo wooden
kml'ling, the ground floor of which waa oc
cupied by a jeweler'i shop. Over the door,
in what would now be termed rude letters,
inscribed the name and occupation
of tin inmate "rirrte J W'uieck, Gold
imiVAi," It was the dav after the battla of Lexini'-
Inn 1 a".. t.: . i.-l 1 i
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the affray, the delailt ef which were slowly
spreading through the town. The affair
ld a itarllitiT ednrt The fires of natrinl
', which burted brightly io a thousand
hearts, were all ready to burst out. It
tweded but such an act as. that at Lexinc
ton to multiply cvtnt. for the tiai-e of the
e I O---
The group in the goldsmith's shop seemed
to be of one mind. The vigorous proceed-
ine of ih- Mi's .w. -f -t..i"
war.nl. j a t. J e , Mutid until he crowded it over the bone.
I rife I T V'i'i r e"C,;r fr 11,9 " WUt aru you about sir ?" said Colonel
f b.ch should inform the mother conn- heM ; oycr th(!
Loni f t ?1""" ,Wr l jit. ' Is this your care !"
XL" ii""80! n,d n f ""I"1' ""'M "It was quite accidental, quite," replied
o would patiently aubmu to be scourged. L10 - wc,.,r CUllcBVOril,, 9l ,ake o0' the
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.mini mi coynier sioou tne senior oi
partners, silent, but listening with in-
interest to tb discussion. Some brood-
lng ear acc.oe.i to bate gathered ovsr his
hnod, UJ cOTej np ti,fl jp C!lami,,, 0f
''' hsart, for it beat uot in unison with those
OllB llawriji ss .,. ..!
too narrow to admit any sentiment
"Uker than the love of self. Ten yeara of
tirring time bad added but one care to hit
fumllo of worldly vexations. He was rich
""" mind and heart were absorbed in his
""nr-J bags. The fear of being despoiled
""' treasure was a source of more anxie
J to him than the invasion of his country's
' erl'e. 1 1 i aordid aoul was unmoved by
ro" l'l'.re8sio" ud tyranay which bad
juncd ka t: countrymen to action to arms.
J as identified with no codo of principles
-uu,er those of liberty. His money bags
cr his all anl BnJ jie WM ,,1111 t0
"j . . cause of the party which pro
'"ed hi 111 the best protection iu the tos-
hii "ciauu. jnus iar, in 111s 111a-
lie h l? deui'1.1' t1' qution satisfactorily,
remained neutral, or rather bad
a runture Bilk .ill... ....a- V,i,
the T1 ,0lic'tU(l4 e tcbed the aigna of
wtv 1 . n,ll"g " prejudices either
" " w" impartial in hie judgment.
W hilo tlio gtoup were thus discussing the
question, they were interrupted Ly the en
trance of a young man, scarcely twenty-one.
years of ape a nephew of the senior part
ner. His. dress was disordered, and lie was
apparently exhausted by the fatigues of a
The vounc man received a henrtv trrcct-
fog from tlio excited group, but his undo
appeared to regard linn with a timid re
" Well, Rob," said one of the group, are
you from Lexington!"
" I am ; tlio fir.t blow lias been struck,
the country is all iii arms."
" Tell us about the fight, Rob, the fight !
Did the militia do their duty like men ?"
( "Ay, soldie aad ciriliarf,"' replied the
young man, w'uo proceeded to relate the
particulars of the uffuir, which are as fa
miliar as" household words to every Ameri
can. " Hurrah for the militit of Massachu
setts!" shouted one of the more enthusiastio
of the listeners, when the young n"tu had
completed bis narration
" (letitlinrn, ceutleinaii, let me entreat
;you to be cautious; you forget that the
town is full of l!riii.-h soldier"," said the ; teuers, and they interfered. Robert lew
I prudent John I'ewrie, hepinning to tremble riu s was evidently roused to a high pitch
jlest the enthusiasm of the group should j of excitement, and with an oath he with
I compromise his own standing with the loy- idrew to an inner apartment,
lali ts. i The little knot ol patriots soon sftcr with-
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"So it is a curse upon them ! Rut if, drew, to discu-s the domestic brawl they
. ... .
tiirilM in matiinrv ,n lh tMiKlin mn imm,
;of JJoton, thev will soon l driven out."
j " Very likely ; but vou know there is no
1 thing to be gained by imprudence," re
turned the galil-tuith.
I " You ?re orercautiou', Mr. I'ewrie."
I Ml is nccfsaary to be cry careful in
these troublous times."
I " Too much prudence will make you a
traitor to the liberties of these colonics,"
and the speaker bestowed a tno-t, uncriuivo-
ica fnwr upon the timid gidstiiill
" I wish well to my couniry," replied Pew
rii -in f:iw,iitifr fmiM " ui.! I Aulv 94b lipr
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in tone ; " and I only ask liei
sons to use a little prudeti'.e and forethoiit
I(, 1 wt,lt 10 y country. j
" lint not lo your king," e xclaimed a tall, j
elderly man wearing the uniform of a lit it- j
t -i n .
tsu onieer, who ni tins niomem enterci the
jahop. " So this is the head -quarters of re-
hellion T" and the speaker cast a look of I
atern iunuiiv at the rrmin.
I "No, God forbid!" exclaimed the gold- church, thit the blessed Virgin was con
' smith, raisin? both hands in a deprecatory j 0t.;vej without any stain of original sin.
geiuie- oc e all iniai c 1 2b'HS. i.u u- I
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0) j -0W(.t
, , , , (dispute is now to be a matter of f.iit
of the croup, ''but. dj,iia Mi iU MmQu cf f,)C t.
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iiuh, v. w an . . or . , u i J Ol w,e ..-.l
,Vi..l., . . ...1 . ' Af 1 . . L'.. . .
riy 01 llio j-.licilsll
le patriot matt r !"
solili'i't or tin. ilostli i.f I h. r.trwit m.jM 1 r ' '
.. ' ' '.
I " lieware. niiteiia
ii iicni I your speech savora of
j i tt.iiief I'.iwlJ, i ith a tn r on
l- l .11:... .-
I " I it rthii!i-in, sir, t ) iii-t upon the
natural right i of the Kn-!i-h sul-jeet V' said
Robert Ih wrie, with modest firmness.
" Ah, young man, did I tint see you at
Lexington yesterday '." exclaimed the offi
cer, fixing a gaie of surprise upjn the gold
j " It may be jou did ; I was there," fear
lessly replied the young man."
" And in arms acaiii-t vour Kin-'!"
; "111 arin apj:n-t tratiuy and oppres
Colonel Puwcll regarded the younc man
with astoiii-lmieut The haughty servant of
tint cr iian as not ai cu-tomed to hear his
master thus bearded, but either from pru
dence or some other motive, he refrained
from (hastening the insolence, as, in his
opinion, it merited. Turning towards the
gold-niith, he drew from his pocket a ring, ,
which he handed to him. j
I ' Here is a riiir, Mr. le-wrie, I have
brought to be repaired."
! " A glorious gem," exclaimed the gold
'smith, as he ca-t an admiring glance at the
Antl a valuable one," added Colonel Row
ell. "Have a care with it; it belongs to
Biy daughter, who values it next to her own
soul. It was the gift of her deceased
" l)o not fear : I will be very cat. fa! with
it," and the goldsmith continued his exam
ination of the brillant.
The ring was peculiar in its construction
so much so that the artizao was entirely
engrossed in the survey of iu (range and
eniui-ite workmanship. ow, he admired
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tho chaste and beautiful de-ign. and then
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t.tiirn!,,cd over a technical rriticisin of its
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I nrtnn.r if ovi-r unit nvir :
he examined in various positions the hue
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and brilliancy of the Uaimond. As if to;
ascertain the mould of the fair hruid it was :
wont to adorn, he slipped it over his lean,
attenuated linger. It would not pass over,
the joint, and the goldsmith, in the al(i nc- j
. e i - ,t 't... i.. t.. . . i :. i
l"u" ? "'Vt'ioagtiis, t-.icie-a.it s,.i..-u it,
" By heavens! Mr. Pcwrie, you have got
it over your druinstich of a digit, and it
will never conic oil until )our finger comes
"No fear of that, sir," and the goldsmith
struggled in vain to remove the ring ; the
conformation of the joiut effectually pre-
. J 1
vented its reinova .
l .!..,.,. I l'..,,ll I,, l.tj nnoe li-.l inn.
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urv una gn ncu rxprcssiou.-, which auucu
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eu ine coiusiiiiiu n i-o iiisioti. a . w us in u i u
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lie iwi-teu tne uiiioriunaie linger-, u teiusen
to yield its treasure. Robert Pcwrie and
others of tho group made au effort tj re
move it, but without success.
" My finger is siiielled, Colonel Powell ;
and 1 shall not bit able to get it off to
night," said John Pcwrie, exhausted itli
his efforts, and the pain which had been
produced by the unceremonious twistings of
" Very well ; but if you do not remove it
before to-morrow uioriiing, jour finger shall
be chopped off, la your partner, Mr. Wal
" Ho is; Robert, show Colonel Powell in
to the back parlor."
The young man obeyed, and in a moment
returned to the shop.
"Now, uucle John, I want one hundred
pounds, this very night," said Robert, as be
" Ono hundred pounds! "Why llobert,
are you mad ? I have not sceu bulf the
sum this many a day."
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"Lut you can see it if you desire.
want to assist in furnishing provisions for
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Yesterday a Sue day here; went hob-nob-"
liravo; exclaimed several of the croup i . i .,.
wiiicii fctiii tcuiuuieu in tlio shop
" l'ou are craiy, lloburt; you arc crazy
you've lost your senses entirely," whiuud
"Not at all, uncle John. You arc my
guardian, and I want the money."
Hut, boy, you are under nee.
"I shall bp twtr.fy-Bne less thun Uo
"ii could Dot possibly raise such a sum,
if I would."
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youfraioii. . .
Aud I vUt not, ' sa.d the goldsmith,
whose anger was rapidly supplanting bis
PrJ" t",,cc .
e-ouiury neeus , .., nave vni, ailJ )Mo q( tLfi mM . -
if break into your strong b.x. ' Jout of the Jhuse, and exposing yourself to
lllffli wrin4 unitilnil mwl llin flnnnnr it : . ' 0 .
tioleuco seemed to be nt'iiarnsHo the lis
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llinil nut n-'triiurfl .If.lm llnu-rio ri.fl..i.
tious on the scene were far Irom acreeable. 1
a 11 111 1: 111 uli ni me 1111 LiiL i'j 1 11 uii e ins si 1 ;
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box the goldsmith opened a trnp-door be- , JM and w u tmooli
hind the counter, and descended to tuel,,,., ,,lfi j.,,,. . N- JPTV'
TO HE CONTINUED.
THE I MM ACT LATE CONCEPTION.
The addition of a new dogma to the tenets
, of the uio-t numerous of tliu religious de
nominations of Christendom is one of the
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1 1. 111 ii 1 IV 11 u 11; 1: 1. ills vi ill', uny. j 1
10 1 one
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Rihops of the Catholic Church on the ques-
lion of the immaculate conception of Maryt
.u. nK.,.cr 0f Je.,u. snd a lan-o innioriiv
of their voices being in tho affirmative, he
has proclaimed, as the doctrines ot the
ti'i . t . r . r 1 1. 1
u in! nna Iiereti-ifnre ft ninfter f.f linubt nml
t.J .,f, .... , r.,1(,,,io,, l,ich
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was not regarded as settled by the J-cnp-
tur tl.. I'.iKein, ui iiadiiioti, Is noiv in
serted iii the Catholic creed, and ail who do
not acci pt it are to be considered as heretics.
Of the BisLoj.s of the Latin Church thiitv-
two onlv gaee their voices a'ain-t the pro-
reed 1 ngs as utise
asonalle. and tour 0' ieeted
to aduptin? a tenet of religion without hold
ing a lieneral Council, in which it could be
(11-t diseus-ed. All Rome is represented as
rejoicing that the li-t of iucontrovertable
poii.ts of doctrine has received this impor
Of course, this declaration of the siulcss-
.-r.ii'- e .1 ,
ness 01 me 1 iri'in ironi tne riemninr ot ner
cxi-teiHC is not made without re a'd to its
tearuig ur on the doctrines and practies cf
the church that adon.s it. To the adoration
evenjauxiliary. Tliechnractcr ascribed 1 1 him
bv tiiat church is too exalted to admit of
any additi m ol eminence or honor, or puri-
ty ..r - nn t :y.
'J h-- l.ariu Church, ho
., and any view of
it is exalted and
Pi vine would of
tne woi ship ot the irjrin
her character bv which
brought n-'-ir 1
cour-e iiii- e 11 I
SO fir 1. s-.jii tin.
the i.iii'.ful ini;
to a l..:in:tii 1-ei
initi ul.it.- colic
1 -el.iiins to revert ncc, and
eiih.-;iity wh;"h some of
.t feel in offering piayers
g. This doctrine of her
ption places her beatifici-
tion far above that of the Saints in the cal
endar. It places her in a state of exemp
tion from all human frailties, frc n all lia
bility to sin and error thtonghuut the course
of her life, and elevates her lo a height of
sanctity which no other of the children of
men ever occupied. The new dogma is,
therefore, auxiliary to the adoration of the
f It l-.'.l. :. ;.. . 1 .
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'any metiitier of the Latin Church to admit
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the possibility of her having fa en into sin
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i- 11 11 , ri'Aiiiui 01 niiiiiniiv n:iiuriii ill-
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lieriteil Ironi her progenitors. It
hereafter shall seek to lessen her claims to
the reverence in which she is held by speak
in? ol her as lia'de, by original constitution,
to tho defects of our common nature, hu
i i . i . i l . i : ... . . if .... i .
eu.t-jiiietue, a, ret oers in,, sen stinjece .o
the censure of the church. In this manner
the new dogma aids and fort, lies the prae-
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..,.og ,u in:. .ins o.u, vi.jei.e.i ....
4 ..... . -1 . I I a. 1 . V . al sla
the doctrine of the immaculate conception
should not be made a tenet of the Latin ll0111 .l,,o saw Jackson go up stair- U'nd profligacy than the mournful relation of
thurch wi.houtthe i,,tervent,..iiof al.enc- 1MlJ put on tliat BbarP-iled Hue military 8,1 uti". or ''ie ff of a despairing
ral(o-.in--il the Archbishop of 1 arts ,s men- ..on( ct ,U ;st0,s from ,Lo ca ,,c , suicide ! What finer lecture on the i.e-e-es-tione.1.
1 he tiallican I Lurch has hitherto jn ,,e ,(,v n(s, op ;te PCroam,.,l ) si,y of enomy, than the sanctions of es-
sllOWtl itself somewhat intraet.ibio in the re
llations which it has maintained with the
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appears that there is some dissatisfaction with
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I ii I :ii I- in i ii -i-l-l. I ill. ii ill I in it I ill- I" r.-iii- ii i ii I mi.
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aiiithiugluiteveiitua .submission othi-rapal
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ni.tlii.nle in ri-irnril t.-i tln iiiii.ilI inn I li.i
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tendency lo liberalism in the Latin
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i Las had Us day, lor the present
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i and now the movement ot the rein:
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IS III III.- 1 U III I l I Jf III. I I II. 'II. .
IvtPtiUTAVTTO K,Ton. Nkwspa -
PKit rnusimts.-Judge Oakley ruled in
the luller Libel ca-e. w Inch has lu-t been
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tnal ii me paper making staieincnc tieroga
tory aud dainaging a man's reputation
should merely say that there is a rumor
abroad to 'hu efiect spoken of, the paper
would bo exonerated in tho event of It gal
proceedings being taken against it, if it
could be shown that there w us such a ru
mor was false. This ruling is founded iu
justice and common sense both.
Wo shall stick to the " rumor abroad"
From til' Sne York Spirit of the Timrt.
WASIIINGT' N CORRESPONDENCE.
Wasiiinoton, (on a wide avenue,) Jan. 2,
Dear Spirit "-Here at Washing.
. wu . iuuuj iuc lurai.inui 'i uiunn. , , ... ,, . , .
Ii. , - t...,.1..ii.... iCjrht outside Spaniards wct.t to see it
-. mnw t1.A ...,( .I . I!
May long io Philadelphia (treated with
i JC1 , i-t . ; ,
coldness) to rain-uuil-snow-iec, and s
uuu cfc uugguig auw lauies Ruining
iiuum ueguni"g met jsovmiukb among
dough faced babies and dough nuts in a
narrow strcc'-t-aiet Msbop jiunker at his
(!yvotionst rt er.blcd Aaron, his heard an
nointed with ; nvass back grease (not Rus
sian gree"- pakc arTectioiiutely of
it, 'I'.,!! - .it, v i. .: .......
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here saw him Isokiug over the Washing
tan Monument, surveying the city w ill p.
ply for tho office of Surveyor (jenoral
' ljon" Juiti (of Illinois'! ninv contest tl.i nn
poillllllclltot i,f)lcr claims.
rj10 obJ ,iuntinj; here nmong tifl
coueentrated representation of ull the his
Dress in 'lured take the
ilrey of the morning, before the ISright sun
is up-the air Lalmy from the effect of the
V.oucr last night-take a liutlcr w ill. you,
and for lunch let him procure A'ta.,
Jhh, and lico- Co.Js. Then by Cttiv
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u in"- niiiiwu, i'i'' iu ii. iur unit
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r., T-v.; !, nt: r
nubile h fvi, ui u.ijit(r, uiiHiin. nun
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1; , , '.. .:n r, 1 1 t 7,
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0 Verb tit it In
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I make a fW-rtV haul-or if you use a
kln'.nr vn ..I. .,. i .
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will be serviceable at the oars
.......... u...,..uu uv "iii. nuu
If you prefer hutting take a Hunter on
a Hunt and start the Chase across the
Crern alter a Umler ; you may come
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jn yV(4,.rul iLooeenccii,,.,, ave
off ium!i Luuting and shoot llMis if
shot's too larye yju II be apt to llidde them.
eut to tlie I'ntud omce see the ran-
per asked for the spirits (not blue, w hite
and erav.'l but tS:o ii.irit nf Mr (Iti.r.l. ,.. .
sidcrable iii tlie Sli'c and his 'spirit -
into my body. Left the side '.cxud for the
i'tfiid tnJr saw icthin? huIkmIii nullr il
O J I -
on one ilriL' b;ird a bell at the other
1,1 " 1 Ulc c"aP "'at allied lam) 1 aga-
""" anSBl'red the dm-string he was door
keeper asked lor deu. Jackson couldu t
coine bu.-y teaeliiitf P-ickeuhatu rifle shoot
inp InrtiHhs u'iout, (ook ing ou he expect
ed to see Sain soon understood him to sav
P.vi.'wi tune (corrected) enquired if 'there
were any A now otitns there no an
"'er perfect sih-ncs reigned around e!id-
" 1 "bu 10 ue al011c w"u spirits invisible no
scruples to ta;e a dram of spirits rnihie
bottle imps did it fortified mvseil' K now
.Nothings not talking spirits visions
pearcd mutes signs rtc agnized
Franklin tired of flvimr kites, and a-
plaining Houses t-l,- -rarh (by letters of
the alphabet) as the living mediums Jo ,
I Hrims ot the Vlimioutli li .- ill.i-.K.is.
t'iU hshery questioti, and Know-Xithii-s
4)rew-ter said something r-bout Ireedom '
" worshipping Cod according to the di.-tntes 1
ot their own conscience." Increase )mh T
f-'oftr"'"fi up to Maria Crjtton. ., o ,,.., 4 ,
,on VV!1S (Cotton Mather), in a dUcus- 1
R,or ,vi(1' ,: hit net on gin houses saw gins
m.a other saws (not spirits) called for Ju-
i o (.,..,, r ti 1
"er. ,. Shakspearc
??' "-Julius had nn .y.C -twas
t'umt out when he became a litfk m. 1
quoted from his own writings.
' Imperial Co sar dent! and turnrd to 1 1 ,v,
May stop a lu,le to keep the wind away."
Paid he'd been chi
led been chieled in 1 nn.. nf
it u nil 11 cnissneu 111 a game 01
there, and beat bin, (marvel ...
" linpi rnil Ctrsar. dead but turned to sl.-ne,
M y stop tlie aigluiig wind, ailcnct lis lot an.''
Called for Emperor Alexander son of
Phiiip of Maccdon (no relation to the one
that bottles cider. was inl.l hv C..n,.,,,.l..r
Elliott that he was ia
, ., , . , , ' . .-
a Sarcophagus down
atent office, where ,
Wire ape; went dow n
in the cellar of the pat
sni its are kept to ac
found .lack.'oti (had got through excrci
sing Fackenham) and was di.-nutiiiir wi'h
Aleck, about conquests Christopher Co-
i i .i i ... i . . i . . , -
luiiioua nus lucre- laugnitig at mm anout nis
irr.f, wueti on eaitti, about "no more
worius to conquer, aud how hi
..lit" rot nvi.r hero in on .. ...1 ... ,...1
country. Jesse wanted Jackson to Cet into
If y : 1 1 il r r's
Jackson stubborn he1
c0(lld i.pflUl,c 0Hn or ,.,,.
out -a.s he di(J in l-'lori(a (alMI didn't like
8one ones) nn( ,ib fl(tM j no
nuired (bv the (o.s.,i.. V saw a ditli-
,.,.. , ,.. r,,r ,ld .1 ...,.,, I. .,,1
, " .i. i.-ii:,t c,r ,ni; i,;. j ' .,,
soundings take a Wade and pull the Hoat, COI1Mnitu,p of ' 'J's -VorLed 1 v VP,ciall th eiise during 50lls ailtl I It is stated that a treaty Las been aetu
and Peter (no relation of Simon Peter, the M ,, t r.-ie-t.', ' Tln .tr, l ! frolu'ts' Tli(i water at these times contin- ally signed between France and Austria,
...eioni til...en....t t..,f .. i J r ",on Js rtjetteU. J lie St rU.L'i'le :.,,..,. 1 1. 1 1, 1. . : :i ... e .e . .... '
1 sent for the spirit of Washington tol"10' "outs a,m take a
ston th.. 1,1,, Martha u-nnliln't l... I.:... i newspaper, and consider it ui'j tor it
po Washington city was foeorriit nrrt
, -i,. . ' 111 .
,s atraid tieorge would become contaiiu-
nattU. ( W hy, w hen t.eorge was 1 resident,
he used to send niouni ntl.l'tng) (a-totii,,!-
,i i- . i t .t V- . ,
ro1"" ' c"t immediately for the Spirit ot
... - . '
1 11 ' tiili I iiiiiitu I .. .. i mi ine iJ'flU t't
i ""' 11 ' aero t'10 water, (not SotcA whiskey
I'".""11') as 11,0 'i'-'tpf Hob Rurns would
object, (superstitious about crossiii" the
.;: . r iiv, .. . a. . ,
stream,) (spirit of Tarn O'iShantcr nodded
assent,) but London Punch, such as Power
spoke about (" barrin" the water."!
ot lunch entered (funny fellow. ) pitched
; right injo the Fnglishnohility "The arms
ot Lngl.sh always victorious." Wa,ed to
know w hv thev sent Lord Paean to S.-.l,ns.
t i . .-i - ...
i.j.in, unless iin-j it-iiiai Kin i' u A I
Run tsu ARM ot ieten
!Sent for Moses no go wns busy ma
king a "new clearing" burning brush
had been engaged on an Artesian well, bo
ring tor water succe-.-ded. W
as going iu
partnership with Aaron in the Jewelry busi
ness intended selling mint julep, at the
Halfway House, this aide of the town of
Purgatory, J)ivtns, barkeeper had niadei
a contract with .yir Jnh.t Franklin for ice. I
Called for Ferdinand asked after the Span
iards said there was only ths spirits of a;
few inside the gates habits bad would i
smoke cigars aud eat garlic before tho nn- i
pels cot them out by diplomacy. Sebt
! f STT ",e! 01 ? WV-
i UUlflll't UUl HiUI fi IIUIII i III UIUMIIVU ft UUL1
h "UM,ue cpiiirus io see n
I ""r h rr."'-", , . ' "vuu:r 'V'
uutmeis nung m tne toy m io. Those rivers unite about seven miles above AlllUALUf fclEA.MSUIl' CA ADA.
t-ptnts got . nighti y nnxed came away j,, mJ lt.ir united WHtc forn) , Tlle Koyill Mail steamship Canada ar
with a throat ful ofthedust of ages-vision Hvcr mLer u b- c y rivt,d t alif,x 0 Wednesday afternoon,
, , . . . . . it at
C0N1 R KSSIONA L.
- WAmtixfiTOM, January 10.
The Senate passed a hill to-day for the
relief of the representatives of Lakon le
Kai.h, appropriating 80(1,0!)!) for that pur
pose, ihe House b:!I toereet alight-house
Cape Race waake,nMiS" u'sledid
ssed by alarr'e majority
passed by a large majority
Mr. Gwin introduced a bill to establish
a weekly press mail between New Orleans
u. c rnaa V
L,Un'Jr ,Land was Jl
lltJ Unlit llitrt ronnhrn
or tt. Louis overland to Californ a. The
ate went into executive session.
In the House, Mr. FAb'l.KNttt asked leave ;
I - rcPort 1,11 for the suppression of In -
1 f ' "," h$uf- , 0lJu,;.t'on n' "'e-;
' ,0 lJ ,i''?",?1n:, j ,e, ' OU'P"U'' I ,00,i
Up 1 le. i.acl 10 1 ,oad, . 'Mr- ""y'j'
Wanted till' ImnvA tn P(.,id t k. In.lr ...
"'"eu me uonc io reau tue tiisior ot the.u.. .i ,r ..:..! - i . t..
o . l c ijii, r . . . . . .
South Sea liubblc m reference' to this bil.
muKU "cuion, jtr. i'avis, ot in
ir... i , .
Alter nilieh rtltii.ni Mi Il... . .t T..
diana, moved the previous question. The
"siu.-c iciuseu iij seeouu me motion l y a
n.. r 1 . . 1.1 . .
vote of bl to M. The friends of the bill
"' "i:'r''''l 'l'at plan shall be
Pt-'-"o,.,e wantinfr three roads, and
others one grand trunk with two blanches.
A Inotinn to n-f.-r tin. milii..i-f t. .
, i ,,.., ,,! .,.,.-...
,.. ... IV.HIIIU VV-llllIIMIt.
j uaiiiis at e neariy run, wueti tiio outward
.. January LO. .pressure forces the inward current back,
, "US 0;rt to;day, re- aud these accumulated waters hegiu to (low
-timed the consideration of the bill grant-, quietly down the river channel. Tho in-
i.ig he nhtof way and making a donation , ward current frequently continues three
ot the public lauds to aid 111 the construe-; days, aud during this time the swell in the
t.on of a rail road from the Mississippi river is increased, yet so much water is li-
alliy to the Paeihc Ocean. verted into the r-reat resorvnir tlw Kt
that nnt-tmn nf ,l.e l.i!l r.; . sate, meauows uninjured antl t.iill
tlle COI'ttruc,ioD of a central road, to com-
v ......u 'luiim-s wi
meiice on the western limits ot the ,Mish.
sipi Mates, somewhere between tho With ' flood takes up several days in passiuc, in
and 4.1,1 parallels of north latitude, and to stead of ru-him; down at once throu-h the
pursue the mostpraetieable route to the city river channel in torrents.
01 ouu i-rauci-co on ine raeilie coast; nn 1 ;
for two branch roads, diverj-in" from
ranch roads, diven-inr fr0m the
at some point east of the liockv
' to run throu -h tlie Territories of
-States, tbeone in'tlie direction of
of Tennessee, and the other to
ine .iaie 01 lennessee. and l ie m mr m
some point upon the western shore of Lake : In North Carolina, the Roanoke, Pan, ' es , , to ,llc '"t'n of yuarantine Ray,
Superior was adopted by a vote of KUto Tar, Neuse, Yadkin, Catawba, Peep, Rn,j ; Bn'1 '"c "''ny waiilj disputed every inch of
.Cape Fear rivers are subject to floods, by 1 8r?"nd- , .
The bill, as nme-nded, appropriates aKo which an immense amount of property is 1 . ho work" atUaTll'p "teadily. A recon
publio lands equal to alternate sections for anaually injured or destroyed. If uow up- no,aD' Teports only pickets on the left
tne sii.-ier- ot twi-Ivo tin i-c on r.....
h side of
'the road from the ea-tern to the
terminus, and provides for (lie publication
ot avertiemeiit inviting proposals for the
fonstsuction of the road and a line of ti le-
'I'lio LIU nn., 4- .1 . tr 1 '
..v . ... is I".-1 ivu me iiouse, aim
I" " ' ' r""' 4' " '""'
1 ! to ,' however, the cotiside-
1 ' c nnjourueu.
. , ,..,,,.. T, ,
,','...,,', .V 1'
, , 1 . J . . ,
n f'a-e ro"lu between .au 1 innclsco and
Miw ie cot tQ u ?., Jt
trikc9 u's tLat the euterpri.e , mst'.uecced.
1, ,. ,.1 . .. ...
J-lTJl ST i "
convenient stations ou the line of the route,
and to make two through trips weekly. We
i.aKe two tlirotigh trips weekly. e
shed that same siu-li snnoo.l'nl .....
,-rnrisc will nave the v for tl,. Mtiirni..
).;,;; 0f tll0 ' etl Vilc 1!ailroaj " A" v
company that will run such a line for a stl0w this hereafter. This kind of improve' -
year, and then satisfy the country of their Ulent indicated iu the foregoing con muni -
general ability and reliability for the coii.!f!,ti ia.i,n. .i.
struction of the proposed railroad, will, ten
: to one. become the company to construct it.
The success of su, h nn etiteitirU.. will vnst.
, , . . . " i - - -
ly hasten the time when Congress will np-
: propnatc in aid of the construction of a
' railroad to the Pacific W.nhuigt.m
It was Rishep Horner's opinion that there
1 i .. . .
, was no c:icr jnnraiist than a newspaper.
; l in- mill.", tiee. , sun cnnn iii-m ltllc-
! rios of "'"'titudes displayed in a newspaper,
BrC!" tvaeon coniinually burning to
turn others trotn the rock ou winch they
h-ve been shipwrecked. What more pow
erful dissuasive from suspicion..
t ,1 .- e- ! )
anger, than the story ol one friend murder-
cd by another in a duel. AVhut caution
i likely to be more effectual against gambling
aud it will instruct thee.
' popular iii consequence of their iiiipo-ii.g and
A singular railroad accident occurred on j showy results, tin: more humble river trans
the Ro-ton and New York Central Road on p otation is liable to be lo-t sight of, and
Thursday, caused by the forward axle of-Ik" thereby into unmerited neglect. The
the teliilor breaking. The result mi re- j scheme, however, proposed t.f maintaining
markable. A niece of the axle, nearly foor
feet in len-tli, and weighing about tu !
luudied p.Vunos, passed under the lender,'
d ining up through the tl.ior of the for-'
' nurd tcirt ef the ear inise.l m-.r th.. I -. I
Lf ll thr. ..i...,..r. ... t'.,..t .....t .1,..
,nJ (lro,,, nM' e ve i.VhJ !
! tM J,'tlic t,,r The car was full of pas. I
' .... . .,'
istng. is, i'ui uut one ii as injure u. 1 1 ne oi
j t he ii e t ac llt'ti
.1 wheels of the tender passed
under the train, and came up through the
iioor ot tue juissetiger ear, icartng a note in
the floor antt shattering a seat, but doing
no other injury. The escape is a marked
instance of preservation.
" Papa, do people buy snuff !"
" Yes, my dear. Yhy V
"Well, then, why do people
take it ?"
From the N. C. Standard. ,
LETTER, FROM PROF. EMMONS. ;
1 had occasion in 1 to visit the Nortlieru
and settled parts of Maine. The part ef the
cuuuuv in which i was more aireci y wee-
..j : -. i i: , , e
. .. . I I f , - . , .
re!,ed ia fritu.d hieh upoa the waters of
the Androscoccin and Marij-olloway rivers.
ialt,r 1,s junction with Peep Kiver. Ihe
country i rouch, broken and rocky, and
yet it has but little geological interest. Among the passengers by the Canada are
The prevailing rock i.s gneiss. Of this Rihop O Connor and Archbishop Kenrick.
country, it may be said truly, that cer- Tlie steamer Union had arrived at South
tain large tracts are perfectly denuded and ampton.
destitute of soil ; the surface being so stud-j NEGOTIATIONS FOR PEACE.
de l with rocks that in passing over it the ; At the Vienna Conference of the 2Sth
traveller steps from rock tt rock, instead of thn
T1 "T'x "
1 country have lecn deeply ex-
"""tui tucse uepressions ore iau
1.....;.. ..I e : I .. .1 .t. . -
Z ?L"!Ti 'Z
ii 1:1 t . , ' .
..u.v.i. u;iuu iu viusb iuu
L'inbagog. It lies near the Androscoggiu a
nuleor two below its junction with tho Ma-
rigalloway. On the river side or this lake,
1 1,- Ilore dcpri..f(.(, amI for
soft materials, and docs not
wot ei.ht feet above th,
the lake'and river water.
ioniieu ot sou ana
not ri-e more thun
the usual I.-vcl ot
i i.... i
' ,v " " Ji 11111 e 1 1 ;u , u en an ue i i as ueen
.1 1 ...1 1 .1 . , ,
i v u, iiiivu;ii inrii me waiers oruiuariv
n . . . . J
flow, but so sluggishly that a boat is easily
paddled through in cither direction. The
flow, Ot course, is usually outward into the
nver. i nen. However, rains nave tallen
copiously on either braueli of the river, and
waters have risen so as to be flush, the
curre nt flows inward into the lake, and this
. iu,i,E iacuanu uiiiu us
l..l.. . .l.i1l I .1 ,
u a 111 -a are secure, i lie securiiv from imti.
ry thus provided, results from the diver-
sion f wm.-r into tl. 1V !,.. r..l. tl,
, . 1 1,1 111
Wl.o .,i.. 1 ..;.. it., t ..
arosc0!;Kll, tliroiiirh tho instrumentality of
,!' ctli,nno1 lllto t,le CinhiiL'o.'. in" he
cffccVd "'''J'';'""", upon all rivers by the
"tion of suitable re-ervoirs.
0,1 their upper aud main branches reser-
oirs tiy 11 urns w-rc coo-l rutted, tho
floods would bo rendered comparatively'4 ...V''3"
harn.less. 'i 4'10 oflicera of the garri-on of Sebasto-
(lit. ..,.... , -.tir'i e it I1"' are ,0 have each tunuth's service record-
-t-ni,-. ,.. 1 1,111 - , i mi 'a luiiun 1 1 -.-in i u ei r
construction the witter would be crcserv-1
, e f ,
ej or nianniacturin-T and nnviir-it ino
P uunng a time ot arouglit, and 111-
stead of losing the supply of water in eon-'
sequence ot its immediate discharge into
the ocean, its flow may be regulated to meet
!'10 demands of the interests I have stated,
,,e df bi is of rocks, and sand nud soil too,
""'cu is every yaar carried down to make
Mioa.s w ii ue greatly uiminislicd, ana when
1 . .1 . : 1 1 . .
the Hood-woort has h.-e-i. burned to .iinii v;t.., .1 . 1 1 ,1 v n
,- , r ,, , , .. , t ert writes that he shall soon be able to
a lertilizer, there il be ni danger ot the I ...1. , ,1 .n- . j , .,- ,
(.orelismiioot ' minim n, .l.;..l.
or (lotsoi,.- wnii 11.
win generate levers aim sickness
tho dams lipcll IK rivo jow down as
.1. -, 1 ' , . . ,
etiey are, w 1.1 no iotinu to exert a salutary
:- a .. .. ... . 1 .1 , , , . t
whose nan -ation requires dams and locks'
or a s.I-ickwater navi.-ition in a country I
.i t ,. ,!
imti. mi; idius ui. nssuiiuii a nenotiicai
character. One of the main objects in these
improvements is to save the surplus water
. -which goes directly to the great reservoirs
tne ocean until u tunc ot tiecessity arrives, i c .i,:i , .... a- 1 .u- . .T t
, . . ,, , 'ot which eleven otlieers and thirty-three sol-
wlien it can Le gradua ly discharged so as; .-... . J .,
... .ii ,- , .. Qiers were taken prisoners, aud a conside
rs meet the warts I have indicated. No1,, it i i-n i -i-t t .t .t i-
, . , , . ral.le tiuiuber killed, lliat both the Lng
onc can fan to l e imnre'ssi'il with the u;i- i: u i v i
I'. rt ;t t4 t of this svst m of iii-r.rnvonifiif
.. . '-Y "V rVlr ',. ,
tt tlieiu with navigable'- tranches, bv which
., , . , , . , ',- '
the iTOductions, not h mineral and agricul-
', .. , , . , ,
... . . ILC
.1 ay n iu meir way to inaruer, ami
i'I,r,t) which the tiecesary supplies
' articles as are necessary for home
s of such
hi iieie" us are tieetrssary tor ll'il e crl sll in.
.- , . ',.. , , '
L-t i.,.iit-. i in- iiiuii. v. ii.t us-
poitation has great advantage, over every
other, and tiiese are increased in conse
quence of the mildness of the climate.
These communications with the ocean will
rarely be intci rupted by ice during the win
ter. If then-fore, the supply of water may
be husbanded, the navigation of all the ri
vers may be preserved the whole year. At
a time when railways have 'become so
' a suppiv ot water by means ot reservoir!
upon the upper and main br in-.hes of the
livers can be .sh.iwti to be feasible and
practicable ; and a suffn-ieiit amount nf en -
telroi-e be awakened iu ils h. hull' ntol tiic
means of tr.nt.n.trtstioti th-m nt.v Stut,.
Vum. Iii conclusion. I repit, that ,,
is not simply navigation nml an increase of
,i e .. i,:..i. ...:n
. v .v.. ....... . .. . -, .... u . i i
j 1JW from the iu.pi ovemetits propped, but ;
the preservation of property upon the ri-
"""illl 4". " 1 " "'u'"!,.,! tlirjiigh-iut the Italian ?ttes
go iar to justify tne nereary cxpenailurc.
SinilhCcld, Pee. LM, lc.i.
Why is the squeete of the band like a
well-known implement of the typographical
art' IVcau-e it if a bard-press'
I OKI II..N M..s.
the l.tli mst., bringing dates !rom Liver-
pool to Saturday the bib inst.
!eDt5aricS WOt a'"' dre UP d signed the
interpretation of their governments on the
tour points, i be Austrian Minister then
i ... . . .
icuici, tne representative oi i russia.
The Austrian Minister explained the pro-
positions to Goi tschakoff, aud asked it' he
was prepared to accept without modification
or reserve. (jrortschakolT replied that his
intention did not co so far. His rrders
were to nccotiate onlv on four points. A
fortnight was then cranted him to commu-
Iiica le w It n Ills rover mnent
'"'- , t'V.
ieantime hostilities wit
-ataunim. uu inuiia .ii
terms proposed to Russia are understood to
be neither hard nor humiliating. The Rus-
sian interpretation, it is said, differs a lit-
tie from that of tlie allies,
Prussia is still iu diplomatic concert with
the allies, and even engaged, under certain
eventualities, to militnr eo.r-nerntinn
me lomicr cu ara nieei n 2 Austria s nosses-
sion ot the Italian province. The London
Times disbelieves the report.
Austria has called on Prussia to place
her annv 0,1 a war footing. The Prussian
se.ni-oflicial journal say, that Prussia will
TIIRSIFGE OF FRT0POL
, . ' . ' ' lulUL-
1-requent so. tn s and repulses w. re occur-
. . J . ...
.. 1 . ,,
....fc.. -.hi vbiu'JVI.1, CU .l. VI H d 1. uuuri
date of 21st, tnat sorties had been made
against the liiitish and French lines, but
they were repulsed and pursued by tho
French with considerable loss.
Ou the "J"nd Geucral Canrobert, in his
' r.rK..:l j:
."''""i "J-' """-t uuln iiustauuuig
the bad weather, fiiesieg-e continued, scarce-
Ij nii-'ht passed without some portiou of
of the French lines being attacked, costing
1 the .......hints dearly. The French works
i"n" "i me 1 suet inn it, ine main iiussian
' army having moved probably towards Eu-
The Czar's sons Micha-l and Nicholas,
were to return to the Crimea on the 7th
Eight thousand French reinforcements
arrived at the camp between the l.'ith and
Dth, besides others at Constantinople. The
French on the vi Jd had only 1,-ltKi wounded
and 1,300 sick, A heavy suovv storm pre-
,he a5th n, firtB r,nM.
I out usitc, auu iiiaac pyou U1S losses
more nromntl v and nmr. s.-ilidlv thn tho
, r . .
' ,1 ,, . ,
enemy can. ihe army was lull of confi-
1 -t-e,, a,,-..
1 "c -'Hc-1
cs on the '2lh haei opened fire.
T' & of operations is that the fire be
! f,, V uvJ iT
1 r T M ? S
I' rench and British.
; 1,-,t,r li'0' the fcultan, dated the 25th,
m" 1,M',a 10 "'uedlatcly to
'he t rimca, to concert measures with the
i ft i
i. , ,i ,1 ,
i ,? 1 ,. , -"
; uolt,!n rell'ri4l".
lied (ieucrals. (In the -tith Menschikoff
tewecu the 20th and 2ftb,
occurred, with the ex
ception of two sorties on the 21st, in one
! i-.ll mill Vriiftli (rairti nrainnriitrr ssctsi,,)
If ' ' r.M't.....0
1 -'" ...V. IU, bull. ... 1 M UlC l.UU.TI.II ACIU-
i in t !. -.-..I. ,n..i,i.,,.i.ta r?...t-;- ,.;
forcemeuts reached Odessa.
1 t , in i-
i Admirals Duudas and Hamclin were at
n . .- 1 .1 1 j
Coiistantiiiople, 011 their w ay home. Adrni-
, ,.. :nd ,.rllp- omninm, nf
the fleets. General Cardigan has also left
. , w- .
for I-.ugland. iMr Lacy Lvans has restgn-
1 ed in disgust.
i The Constantinople News says the siege
works have advanced so far, that direct
communications are prevented between the
i garrison of f'cbastopol and the Russian
forces uear Balaklava.
Although the works of attack are in a
'very forward state, the correspondent of
: Le Prcsse believes that nothing serious can
be attempted before the loth of January.
! The Turkish government w as using great
expedition iu providing supplies of ammu
nition, &c., for the Alius.
The Prussian government has issued a
notice calling aneuiion to a law forbidding
, l'mwtis to enlist in foreign service,
a . t ' . , .. .i .
in1.' ... . t. ., -. 3 . '.
' of "X xT th 7sn" Tlbe
.',, ri ordCred t0 be d.
. ine riou rs were orucrea to De de-
, Vl. riH
rili Ttmilllll.rnf '.'fl "f tliA ilr.t-vtn a .f ...
; I,linilll.uiate Conception had been celebrat-
r ,tnii'l it's festival
An imperial manifesto lias been i.-aued
on the 25th of Pec. calling on the nation to
make every sacrifice for the prosecution of
the war. Ant. additioual revenue is to be
raised on salt and tobacco. Tho export of
I furs frotu Pjlaud is prohibited.