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. iurtiJ at! fit ber8bure for the first,
f... VulWdtienl Insehwti. Court. Or-
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For ihfe Watchman.
fa BOOTS-LOVE AND HOPE
' i f rfrfJ hy pretty poHiv talej'
'! That'iore anj ' walk side by side ;'
( f i0 ekW, that dt'atli tihugh truel never
j- Shall e'er the fal (wain divide.'
I '4h f ii it to 1 mo! iloDe rriny be
1 Siill faitbTul tajhi$ loving h art ; ,,.
i guH wbifper cooifortj ;o jiis! acul, .
j; I'ntil her last awe ji breath depart ;
jjat - Hop with eyds so fair" way die,
11 hiper sweet itehrtri no more
Whi'e lveyhiny liv 'and lonely sigh
TUtt ilppc on earM, ttlaa U p'er. ! ,
Petiol.J that fair but irtnitten flower,
Wlia meekty bowier beauteous head ;
-lit loes no more, I4f mourner,-why
Uort Lore still- UvfL when Hope ia dead V
The lover too ; .doce hred.'be ;rayed,
And Tourning yet klbpiw of pride ;
Dora he not lote her. i ill J ah ws,
- For lave mnv livl W: ! hiw? ha died.
Hast never ieen a MirjirrU
v. .Waehing;.o,erWf j'p'' remain
-BRUNER , & JAMES,:
Hi -AaVUECX XTOX ALL 1YOCB Ne
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FXNNiG'S MEN ; OIVTHE MASSaI
J.. : H CRE at GOUAb. rN!;;!
T.BtacJswootr is publishing a series of
extracts fiom a work-" A CambaiWrt in
Tpxaii'M-which appeared last year in Leip
sic, frtW the pen of Von H. Ehren1)ergr, a
laculated the cortimand to kneel down
from a dif-
. just then
Y' hat-Love if iherf,
Knap her aoul,
I ffMntthat in a brW
ifup oUert,'rear,he,anl head ;
rr hedrt, her brain.
D lit, amid nvoi-a, and
Iove often liven, w
Jen Ujpe ia dead.
Watrman, Dec, l.)t
Receipt of lm)orlan.l
Mexico. 'V:c Arit'l
pesjafrftes from Tex
j'i Writing: froni AVusb
An extraordinary courier arrived here last
flight from Corpus Chrfsiti, wptlf .destpatclies fr
ouH'govejorufcw irni "iTf arfpv ti ; observation
tLerp.. It i!.umo?ecJ by thofo onveisiiht vi:th
oui reUtions with Alffiriihthit the govtnunent
of that country Are -about to itivkn a hostile Ie-
noristranon against il ,uo;
i-He o. It wan 'In viey of t
king Irkelj to 4fccur that thf Sern -try of the
Sivy, a luriiight since lmv orders 'to the sev.
e til navy nuU to get ajLuiif vn.s'!. in readi
forthwith and to ct
i. This r
en rate ihem m tlic
iiifoirmed yuu of at the
untikual ltutle. to-da
.ii wi.ni i. 1 1 in. i.ift tl.
' i r. - d v" ' r- t m i "'
.rtejHiou of tfvse despatches, and CiVii. Sco.t.
nt seeiiH h.1i(l ro l.ci ii chhVI pun ion. I
a :, ;,!...:.L... 1
iiiiiir rtiij i'ijimi: i-iiii-iiij 01 nor nrtiiV ll
liun, was sknt hi hti-
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in ;t life War DepartiruMit,
lie va v
rill it hi ji ofued until a jit
The sound of a second vol ley.
ierenrdirectton with the: firsi
reathed our ears; and ,was followed by a
confused cryv as if those at yvjhom it had
been aimed, had not all hen immediately
killed. Uur comradp, the one who under
stood, onanist, started from li s momenta
ry lerharcy. and boldly addressed us.
Comrades," cried hefijt you hear that
report, that cry. Thi-re i;s no hope for us
ivtir last hour is come ! iThreiofe, com
rades " I
younsr German, who served through X her
hriel hut terrific struWl in iRr.:hpt
Texas ahd Mexico, and who took park in
nol the most fearful scenes of that
cirnmign. being likewise one ot th three
or tour vlio; escaped from the treacher
ous massacre at Goliad, wfrere Farinihg's
ty;n n-Ve murdered in coKI blood by or
der f Santa Anna. Ehrenberg gives the
std)jdined account of the scene, which! we
think will he; read with interest, though
i he? 'incidents are in some sort already la
minar. ! ; r
1 4i 4fter the names' had be;n calh'd over,
m c .u,r o ma.cn was given, and; we srnpke. hVd along the side ;ofl the hedge Hi
mm, ,mh uirougn i no gate ot the lortress, ! , he. direct io, of the riverUhe noise of the
uit- v?-ir-jj iuiMu iiih ,ao. uutsuie: the
A terribhi explosion interruped him
and then all was still. A thick cloud of
smoke'was wreathing and cujling towards
the Sail Antonio. The blood of our lieu
tenant WaSs.O!l mv clothed niid ;Vrnnnd me:
lav mv friends. Jconvulsl-ivlih mv in Mi trance therert might be closed lor the sea
atronv. - 1 saw nothing rn,..! TTnT.n'rt m-j ! Having carried in the vegetables,
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A THANKSGIVING TALE.
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In one iof the small interior towns of
of NeV England, where the-superstitions
of our ancestors 3ti I possess strong hold on
the minds of the people, the fucts occurred
a fe.w years ince 0b which the following
talef is founded. .
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An honest farmer and his family pre
paring to celebrat Thanksgiving at, his
u ifes fatners in an: atljacent town weie
hurriell and confused extremely on tie day
preceding that fesjival, by the. multiplici
ty l things which j must he done .before
the- could leave home with palely j The.
house ;Was to bejban'ked up, and the glean
ings of the harvest, cabbages, turnips. &c.
put into (tie celjitn. lhat the external en
lihg to see a comedy, he kept his thoughts
to himself, a (id pretended to sympalhisV
with others irt their fears. He nqw thought
it time to interfere, and snatching a pitch
pine"khot blazing from the fire expressed
his determination Jo rescue the priest or,
perish in the attempt. A lovely young darn
srl laid hold of the skirts of his coat and
the cry of ddti don't, proceeded Irom ev
ery part of thflt room. Unheeding this kind
concern for his safety, he . rushed into the
cellar seizedjthe ram by fne of hi horns
and draggc(J the struggling animal up
stairs, calling to the .astonished parson,
44 follow me.!" The honored devil was led
in .triumph, followed by the vanquished
ecclesiastic, into the midst of the company.
A momentary silence nndj hanging down
of . heads ensued.
OPENING OF PA It Li A
Parliamcnt'mef on tin;
and was opened ly the Qul t;
Her Mujesty Speech w hich '
low, is not at all belligerent.
lows: ; : ? .w ' '
Mr Lords ;'and Gextlxmcx :
It gives 'me great" scaii.vjacJif
you iu Parliament, aud to have ;
tunity of recurring to yourasi : ..
and advice. 1 continue to n o ! ,
other. Foreign Powers, tho itn :
surancc of the desiretocultiva; i
friendly relations with this co ;: i:
joice that in concert with the IV,
llussia, and through llie icv
joint rneditation. 1 have been
adjust the ilitlerences which h i 1
vaih-d Leiwet-ti ihe Oitotn.tn 1'. .
the King of Persia, 'and had st-rit
dangeied the trantuiility of tin- I',
several years a desolating and
warfare lias afflicted 'the S .t!
Uio d la .'Plata.-.. The cbtnin i.
nations has 'been interrupted, nt'J
barbarity have been committed.!.:
to the. practice of! a civilized pi ;
conjunction with 'the'Kiug of tin- i
I am endeavoring to etfect a p te:
of those States. f1' Th1 Cohvn!ii n
ded with France, in the course i
year, lor the more, ellectual sun: ;:
self', I sprang tip concealed jby the t Hiclq
.... ..j if.llu. uuim,,r ,ne Water for my guide. 8ud.
' r.'ltl Wt .Wtrn NDuin.i1 1... ...... J l. I i J e
! " J". ' ;y oe,acn- ,oin a heavy sabre f
f rnents ol Mexican infantry, who marched anU out oflifft smoke t
alon on e.ther s,de o s, in the same or-i Sl litlle Mexicandieute
der ds ourselves. .We were, about fb'ir seeond ,)low at me w
New York Her-
Anticipated JtostiltuTonrmcnls oh She pari i hundred in number, and the enemv about
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severj hundred, not including the cavalry,
of which numerous small groups were
scattered about the prairie. We march
ed oti in silence not, however, in the di
rection we had anticipated, but afonthe
road to ictoriar i his surprised ns; but
A t 0
nyton, under Uii'e ff
t tii.fl y by the iSei
with Ititn in 'oiin!ia
Ce r a I rdy reported
lb denatciiej from the I
WVgliitigton, p'n'ssexl tliriiih
ii'me, for-lort)aful,!hMP he woulil fthr
. I "'...! .1 -t rT"' :. '; ! 1 ' i i i ' -
ifiiHie or ine (sieanirs!vr)iiMi pi
Mween lhiJi c tv and jlie Kenm
i ir tlii eveiiin".
tlial .a mesener
ritish Mitiiater at
this eitv a day or
-mc f'ir Halifax,
the Tt.y boat o
at NVih. Jr. Uotner, from New York.
f the CU i ird
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iiitttctiedi immediately! U Jritilann.
p-yl he jeorrect, these Idesp:
reaV.1i L England noie d
the". packet' p)n Pat i irk H
I on .Monday even-
li in1, would le de-
If this re-
Mcliest will proba-
in advance of
nry and the pilut
ml yet aiother K.tprv
Time of AVedio'sday favs s
NVedea'rn bOni a verv rkdialde souree that
hoohe'r mailed from
owners liv MY.
fM 'sailing clipper hilill s
Pi'ttUml, on .'rjie,sday eVeniihg.
Ni w as cliKriered rro'tii tl'
ruknham, tin? Poitish ,Mjni
h'l carried out def pakdi
dal. M :- f nirer!,. who
pem on rrnwv ev'inn
Iinwrtanl, if Truc
rumor abroad that :M'r
Wrginia, has it
for niVlgatihg the air
Upon reflection! we concluded that, they
verej conducting us to some eastern port,
thenc v to be shinned to New- Orleans.
whicl , upon the w hol. was pi i haps the
best i:d jshortesr plan. .'Jlie re was some
thing, however, in the profound silence of
the jVexican soldiers, w ho are ustjally tin
ceasltjtg.chatterers, that inspired fne.fwilh
a feebng of uneasiness and anxiety. Il
was ljke a funeral march, and t rtijv might
ii mi ne eainMi. rieenny 1 lurued mv
lie.nl jto see it' Millers people'haii joined,
and j ere. marching with us. But. to my
extrt;ne aslouishment, neither they nor
Fa lining's men. nor l lie Georgia battalion,
were, to be seen. They had separated us
without our observing it.nnd-flnv detach
ment jwilh whieh 1 w as mai chiug consist
ed only of tin- Greys and" a few! Texian
colohjsts. - Glancing at the escorr. their
full tlress uniform and absence, ot'allba
iragej now for the lirst time struck me. I
thought of the bloody scene, that! h d oc
curred at Tampico. I San Patricio; -and the
Alamo, of the false and cruel character of
i hose lit i -'whose power we were, and I was
seiz't) iw' ill, a pro-sentiment of evil,: For
a moment 1 was about to conithunicate
my apprehensions ;o my ecmuatb s : hut
hopej which never, dies, again eau4d me
to talvf a more clieet in view of our silu
ation! Neverthtdess, in order to be pre-
paredj for the worst, and, in case, of need.
ss. The Boston
from a heavy sabre fell, upon my head,
emerged rhe form of
enant. lie aimed a
hich I parried with
my left arm. I had nothing to risk, but
everything to gain. It was! life or death.
i Behind me' a thousand balonets, before
I me the almost powerless' svford of a cow-
j ard. 1 rushed upon hirri, and with 'true
Mexican valor, he fled from an unarmed
tnani On I went, the riyer rolled at; my
feet, the. shouting and yelling behind.
" Texas forever Pr cried 1. and. without a
moment's hesitation, I plunged into the
water. The. bullets wist led round me as
1 swam slowly and wearily to the other
side, but none wounded rhe. Our ' poor
dog. who .had been with Us all through
the campaign, and hadyumped into the
river w ith trie, fell a last sacrifice to Mex
ican cruelty. He had reacjhed the middle
of the stream, when a ball struck him; and
he disappeared.' I i
wniisr tnese norrtnie scenes were oc- j
curring in the prairies. C( lonel Fanning J
and his wounded companions were shot, i
aud bayoneted at Golnu , only Doctor
Thackleford and a few hospital aids hav
ing their lives spared, in rder that-flbey
might attend on the. woinled IIexicans.
Besides Mr. Ehrenberg. bi it three of the
prisoners at Goliad ultimately escaped the
Having crossed the Sr. Antonio Mr.
Ehrenberg struck into thelhigh grass and
-thickets, which concealed! him from the
pursuit of the Mexican rnl xvantlered
through the prairie guiding himself, as
best he might, by sun apiil stars, and striv
ing to reach the river Brazos. Hp lost
his way, and went through a variety of
I striking adveniures, which, with: some
I c h a r a c t e r i st i c s k t c h e s of Texian life and
habits of General Sarfi Houston and Sail-
The n:ist seeiie hfiw.
'' m I. ' m till, wl'.t'n fr.fu IC f.lmlll f tiA r-
ever, was too lot icrnus to julmit nt so trr .... , .fUU . w .w.
tys were despatched to the barn.for ri.nl.finn M.l?t ,un np.,bof ftirr'Mtr l.iirt ' immediate execution by the acii
straw; to fill the passage-way, while the -rom every side, durin" which the ram j rH,'on ol St he. UyoJ Powers on t la
good man himself was busied on the on- i Africa. It is mv desire that r
'..W.IIUWJWH'IIJ- U VVl 1111. if.liOWII 111'" I Ji
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uuiuu, ami me gtM)u uuuerbianu.i
so happily exists between us may
be enjoyed to 'promote the interim
manity. and to'securc the p -;u
world. I regret! that thc cotiUictii
of Great Britain and the United :
nlv a blow j polite-side of the house. Ah old ram, the SHnllH himself without the ceremony, and
uurueuxpainareu irge uocivui sueeji , the sports of the evening were resumed
P on ,arm. naung got a msie oi , vvilli better spirits than before. :
some of the scattered leaves of cabbages,
unobserved entered-the. cellar and silently
continued tils feast. The avenue through
which he had .entered was immediately
closed up. and all the necessary works
U A, W. LAW.
Shini' W'l ; 'A t TCmi r: rt Ac -t nrvt filtnnro.
thersingularinlhehistorvofcountvcourts, I aspect of the lerntory on the Nc::
eedinirs of thisiour Fe. ! lvT" st oi Amp nca.allbough n
been tuatle the subject OI repeat t
tiation, still remain unsettled. Y
be assured that.no effort coni'
national honor "shall 1W wantit; :
part to bring this huestion to an . ;
have been thi nrneeedinirs of thisiour Pe
ci.iu u.iau-e,m;,n ueuig cuiupieieu, .ur , muary term lor UuiUorcI. After the an
lager boys and girls set off on foot in high ; nual county business was despatchf d, the
glee, the dog running and barking before .docket of civil causes occupied tiie ct.urt
them, apparently : as well; pleased with ! un?i Thursday evening. Some four or
gtvngf to Grannana's as any of the happy : iv riti.mtml vl.i,.i, nnnrAA n.r.
group;, , 'i y all the time specified, resulted Jn recov- ! P ncelul termination H
SSoon after the parent pair and their lit- i amnontin.r in ih HCT(ricT.,ti m one . UintltMcn of the House of L
tl ones, having put out the fire and las- ! (i0nar thirty-seven and a half cents, more : Thv estimates; forlhc year will b
tended the doors and windows, by means ;)r cssi So" they say" and MrJ Thev is ort' ou.Ht tn early period. A!:
an ucrjjij M-uiuie u, : uic unptj: ;
enforcing economy in all brancla
expenditure, yet have been c.
by a due regard to the. exigenci
public service, and to the state l '.
many curious contrivances to keep out as oou authority we suppose, in! matters
iieves, started on the same destination. ! 0r ii,v ahf noli ties !
'lOiii the 'afternoon, of the day following
the festival, which had been kept under
tlie parental roof with many devout and :
i .t -i it
i jovial exercises, the iamity returned home
accompanied bysorjie ot their young cous
ins. ! Some of their youthful neighbors of
both; sexes were invited, and a merry
To giver a more accurate idea of the lit
igation oLlhe week, some particulars, de
rived from diveis gentlemen of the legal
and otherf professions, are annexed. Not
haying been in the courtroom ourselves.
we cannot vouch for complete accuracy ;
butwe can say that all whom we heard
thanksgiving carousal was in the lull tide i to r,,port U)0ti the subject seemed hotiest
of successful operation, when one of the j y desirous to develope. w grand idea of
boys who had been sent into the. cellar, ! the matter !
with a little totc-wicked candle, which gave
just light enough to make darkness visi
ble, to draw cider, ran back into the room
with eyes glaring w ildly, uttering a half
suffocated exclamation the decil is in the
to ne unencumbered in my movements. 1 ta Anna, and a snirited account of the
watched myopportunity.and threwaway f)attie of Sr Jacinto, at yhich, however,
amongst tne gtass oi me pratne.a bundle he himself was not present, fill up the re
containing the few things that the thiev- mainder of his book. H j
ter at Washington, j
loin him by a spe. I
ish Mexicans had allowed me toretain.
A rjuarier of sin hour had elapsed since
I our departure from the fort, when sudden-
command was given iu Spanish to
to. tin; left, leaving the loatl; and
'did not understand the order, the
ofTicef hims If .went in front to! show us
iv i tit
' One case, perhaps the first in rder, was
a suit for the entrails of si fat hng ; dam
ages charged to the : mount of seventy-
live cents, sind a verdict obtained for six- i
tv-t wo siud a half cents. ;
cellar ! Poll ! said the the father, you ! o. Alsuit sibout a lot of corn, in w hich ,
have only been frigtend by your Own i something lik ? a dollar and a half was in- 1
shadow -give the light. On which he volved. ! ' . !
seized the candle, leaving the candlestick j 3,1. An ox, an old blind bridle and some
c rn0e,l lrtt ... th cellar Stairs, but ere he. 0f olir ri.nrters s:v n hMme-strincr
were in -controversy. The plaintiff reco- i my pt'0l'., . The disease. Ly '
vejed a verdict tor seventy-five cents, , plant has been effected has j ;
which, after final process, w ill probafily : 'he utmost extent in Ireland, i
be ;paid over in actual cashr j ' dopfed all ?uci 'precautions as
f 4th. A suit where both parties were ad- ; my power to adopt: for the pur ;
mitted to be insolvent. There being, there- Aviating inel sufferings whici.
fore, no;-possibiIity of either party recov- caused by this calamity, and 1
enn' or osinir anv thinir. we 1 k not in- ; tlentJV re IV Oil VOUP CO-Operat K
r- a n -r -" mi 1
vat sind tmiilarv estatdistitnent.
pose some increase tti lhe est ttn;t
provide for their 'efficiency.
My Jjtirds audi Guttle nu 11 I !
served, Vvith deep regret, the very
instances in which the crime of c
assassination has been of late
in Ireland. It will iMyour duty
der whether any'; measures can 1
calculated to givJe increased ps '
life and to bring to justice the
tors of so dreadful a crime. 1 1
ment that, in consequence of 1!
of the poiatoe crop in soveraj .
United Kingdom, there will be ;.
supplv of an article of ftxid wi
had descended half the steps, the large
saucer: eyes and enormous horns of the
!east caused him to retreat, as much ter
rified as hi& son. ; " Sure frtougft the devil
is ill the cellar !" The utmost confusion
and -Ufiroar now prevailed in the house.
The good man seized the great Bible and
attempted to read, but the candle sput-
the. chief sub-istence of gn at
such other j means for
tin rent 1 same benevolent purpose ; as rn
Thtire is a fltiiv
.I'll ft on, of Peters
-1 1. . .
;entMi a macntne
I alfer years of in-
indsiudv It is :i ba-
Swn.a'ndcan tnove! 50 or p( mi Pes ad hour.
onnectrd wijh it is sbatfery, from ..which
e can discharge from one to ten thousand
un'cc .balls a! minulej', lie has -likewise
roaght-to perfection n submarine batte-
t). to go 10 o 13 miles 4n hour and wit h
tliic1illyineans of a torjijcdo. he can .blow
p a hostile-fleet jn thirty minutes. He
fan carry des
o sftnd from Oregott
nty hours.-. Oi
W:iy, and mv companions ' followed.:
witluwt taking anv particular inoTice of
life cftange of direction. To our left ran j
! a tniisket hedge, live or sk fee.t. in height.
sit rtiJn angels u iili the river St. Antouio,
wjiith flowed sit about ;i thousand Jpstces
frotii lis, between 30 or 40 feet high, and
of w h'ich batiks t he one on the nearer side
of thu river tdse neatly perpendicularly
out ot the water. .Wt? were marched a
long the side of the hedge towards the
stream, and suddenly the thought flashed
I across us, "Why are they taking! us in
this! 1 lrection V' The appearance of a
number of lancers, cantering about in the
fields on our right, also ststriled us ; and
just then the loot soldiers, who -hadi.beeh
inarched between us and the hedge, qhang-
h ed tli4r places, and joined those of their
nj buiidrf-d liud twe
( Would not Lur elitfrprising postmaster comrades w ho guarded us on jthfl other
NcrAl do im to Mpldy this flmim ma- 'anu. De.ore we cou.u uwu, u.e ,ueau
uri. 1 r! ' I ' 1 . t in? ofithis manrrnvre. the word was given
chine, instead of somH of) his present Jcr-
p'-wagon expresses itSavannah Hep.
1 ! v v I"-
am 5 as is generally
(IMVt hi rirr tin
personal friends for years pisr. The oth-
to halt. It 'cstme like a sentence, of death;
for at the same moment it was uttered,
A Humorous DnscRii'TroS of a Carousal.
-The following piece of pleasant exaggeration
is trom uey wooci s " li.iigliH l rayeiier, in
Lamb's Selections of the Bri ish Draniatists :
This gentlemiii and I
Passed but just now by your ne.t neigtibor'a house.
Where, as they say, dwells one K-ounc; Lionel,
Aa unihrift youth : his father ncjw at sea.
There this night
Was a great feast.
..In the height of th"ir carousing,
Warin'd with the best of wine c
Ot stiips and storms at sea : whtn suddenly.
Oat of his giddy wildness, one; ebneeives
: The room wherein they quatT'd
Moving and floating, and the cofnfus'd noiise
To be the murmuring wind?, gufets, mariners ;
;That their unsteadl'ast footing did proceed
: From rocking of the vessel : thin conceiv'd,
Each one begins to apprehend ti e datigor w
;;And to look out for safety. Fly, saith one,
t Up to the main-top and diseoyer. He
: Climbs up the bedpost !o the tester there.
Reports a turbulent sea, and ten pest toward ;
And wills them, if they'll save tiieir ship and lives,
To cast their lading overboard At this
All fall to work, and hoist into,: the street,
As to the sea, what next cameitb their hand,
Stools, tables, tresse'.s, trenchers-bcdsteads, cups,
Pots, plate and glasses. Here fellow whistle;
all their brains
iscourse was ofler'd
(to be a Pinnace
tired, burnt blue; and threw so feeble a ' qujre which way "it wenf. j
light on the. sacred page, and the book I 5:h. SU on contract for certi
trembled so much in th hand of the rest- , rnn, wW for want of soil, 'or plbow. ' the sanction of tut LeizLl ilut
der. that he could not distinguish one w ord ; grease, for rain most probably, a third ol a 1 had great Satisfaction in giving' :
from another. The little children cried crop was not made ! ;md consequently not ' to the measures! which you ha
and clung to their mother the lasses nes- recovered. ! ed to me. calculated to extend
tied close to their favorite swains and the. j v have no room for the declarations, ; and" to stiihulatej domestic in It;
.whole house shook with the agitation of I examination of witnesses, arguments of repeal of prohibitorv. and the 1
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u. u.tu uniiiiiiucuiiiiiiiuimms. vim ungm ; counsels, charges to t he jury, etc., occ, 011 01 proiecnve uuiier. 1 ne pro ;
thought however occurred a messenger tjirSH important cases. ' " ! 1 of the Revenue the increased !
j Some men will go to law, in spite of labor, and 1 he general improven.
' good counsel from lawyers, friends, and has taken place; itji the. internal
ievery body else. But it is si duty w hich , of the country,' Kre strong lest;:
the legal Profession owe to their own el- favor of the course you have j.
evated stiiruling, sind it would always be recommend yoU to take into
an sictof good grsicc to the cornniuniVy, to consideration J whether the pn:
keep such picayune business ;i.S much as which you havejneted may in
I possible out of Court. Grccnsitoro" Pat. . vantage be yet more extendi v I
I - ; whether It may i not be in Nbur
! THIS ICE TKAJIE. ter a careful review of the" exi
i . . . ' j 1 Ii . , , . ' the sound of a volley of musketry echoe
Anmcidcocctirxed.iii the House, of lhe prairie We thought of 01
presentattves si few ilavs ago, ve hie 1 tt t .
Jin' r.Mdl.a x ,.., ..1 t f i ti comnides and of our own probable fate.
Indj Mt. Johb Q. 'Adam
Itiown, have beeri any
wsts despatched for the minister to lay
the devil r . i .
I The parson, a man morp celebrated
for good nature, piety and credulity, th.an
lor tsvlents or heroism, slipped the small
foible into his pocket, put on the, band and
siurplice, that he might appesir as form id -rihlrt
to his ffresit adversil.v sis possible.
and hastened to I ha relief of hisdistressed j
parishioners. ; ' j
I On coming to the house, the reverned .'
man wsis hajled as a deliverer, and im
plored by atheist a dozen voices at once,
-to drive the devil away." But a few j
moments" were lost in 'asking questions, ;
which, no one "could answer, before the ,
parson! was pushed forward as, si leader,;
lighted by the same penurious candle into !
the cellar, the most courageous of the corn- ;
pany keeping close I behind him. When
hie reached the foot of the stairs, the eyes
of fire and the shadowy outline of enor-
They take him for the boatswaiiL one Ues struggling ; mllS horns, magnified tenfold at least
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The Allowing article from the Boston Daily uon many "articles, the produ'j
Adverti-r of the 5ih tilt., will give our readers tacture. of other j countries, to !
some idea of tho iinportanre of the, b e trade, further reductions! and remiss?
The crop this season is said to he large : tcml lo irisUre H pontinuatic e
IcE.-r-Ofi some forther occasions we have benefits to which J have ad vet :
I pcrrp made friends
Utl Iprms vP
... ... a 1 . - ),
Ivheer down : now burst in masn sic-
cents rom the lips of the Mexicanfcom
mandt r. -
No ne stirred. Few of us understood
tfie or ler, sind those w ho did would not
obey.' , The Mexicstn soldiers, who stood
Upon the floor, as if he swam fp-life ;
A third takes the bnss-viol for tie cock-boat.
Sits in the belly on't, labors, and! rows ;
His oar, the siek w ith which the fiddler play'd
A fourth bestrides his fellow, thi "iking to 'scape
(As did Arion) pn the Do!phinsjback,
r Still fumblins on a cittern Tlie rude multitude,
Watching without, and gaping fr the spoil
by the terrors of those lhat beheld them,
removed all doubt, if any had previously
exisfed in his mind, as to the infernal na-
j ttire of the being w'ith' whom he had to
! contend. The divine instantly fell on bis
noticed the ingenious labor-saving: machinery
of our friend and fellow. townsman, N ttha-uel
J. Wyejh, 'employed in cutting Ice and packing
,it in the! house prepared for its reception and
preservation. To the machinery f rnerly ued
be has Kdded material improvein uiS, by which
hejjas facilitaTed the huines, thi winter, be.
yond all precedetit. During the week ending
January 31, (last week) there wai stored al
M1'. Wyeth's ice-!)oiJ3es,.yixPi.!ir!4( b!o:ki
enlarging our commercial in: ;
strengthen tho j bonds of unity
eign Powers. An' measure s. v
may' adopt for i; fleeting these
jectswilLI ami convinced. l
nied by such precautious sis s'.
permanent los to the revenue,
ous results lo any jf the great i
tlie country.' 1 have full reliar.-
.in. 1 iispassionaie con-; .
nrif!eis mi ileeply allecting lhe 1
6f ice, each three feet three inc!ie jjuare. and J"s
Ivvi.lve hi thirteen ii.fhe thir-k. mi - 1 1 v, fVl'l
- ..- . ..... . ..... ... ...... ... .. . m l
ing ori(j thousand ix h.mdred an j Mvty pound lare. If Is my: earnest prayer
- making an aggregate of thhteciiUiiifian I ttro the blessing of.tiivine Provider.
Hundred and eigh'y tonr. This wai all trans- councils, vou may be enabled t
Cast from the windows, went by
th ears about it
fr: however. ;.Njrj Itmersoll wa
4t Mr. Adam'i desk.' and lhe t wo v
4! gpntlemen were fon ye rsi ng t ogether
'nthcm6st coulrteiit and riendlv manner.
;Anfr:Mr.'Inersoll had repaired to his .muskets at our bre.asis. l,ven;then we j of eminent shipwreck, enters the use. and finds them I ni;t,ht at his sdooosed adversary ; buttle
The constable is call'd to atone the broil ;
three paces fromns. levelled their ! yvuich done and hearing such a
! fcnees. and with uplifted hands began to
! pray in his most fervent manner. vTl,e ported an average distance of aquartj-rof amile, friendly feeling(be ween diiiVr'
i i i v.
ram not understanding tne. goou man
motives, but supposing, by the motion of
his hands, that he was daring him to a
butting contest, made a pass with all his
seat,Hniemberteeked to Mr. Ad- jiardjy believe- that , they meant to
pys iiihi ne tifiu neen pleased in w itness- n,,"lf' 'f .-.. Hi
k the meeting between Pilate and Her- edlVj have rushed rward in our despern
Mi Arr; Adniiw thonkeil ih.. ,rnileni:in lion ! sind, weaponless though ve were,
Fr fhe remark, niid HheiY observed tlnit: sohip M' pur murderers would have met .
n before the dovnCill df Mark Antony, .their death at our hands. On?y dne of our ;
with several of the nuni''etr w as wen acqustiuiiMj won 911:111-?
whirni he had beenrish oyvn tm;.:?e',npti :as if be Could
Mis ,,ot cotnpreheiKf the order. thsl had been
In this confusion : they adore hi Staff,
And think it Neptune's Trident and that he
Comes with his Triton (so theyidall'd his watch)
To cairn the tempest and appeas; the waves:
And at this point we left them.; !
-!.:. .,1 K.t tlKn cu'Alllnrr rltmeniiin of his
; dtfapery. missed the slender body of the
priest, and drawing back to renew the as-
and elevated to an average heig'it of 'thirty. six
feet, t was all ribbed, by whieh: process it
was relieved of about an inch and a quarter of
snnic ice tho blocks reduced to a uniform thick
nes? find two raised ribs or ridges, eft on each
block,; which serve to prevent them freezing to.
getherjin the ice-houses. On Friday IhM. up
vaird.s' of fifty-seven hundred tons 4 excellent
icev'a stored da the two housei .f Mr. Wvetli.
XLti Xtalw i
FORWARDI.NG AXD C0M13SI0N HOUSE.
! sault, booked, his horns into the belt of his ,y mean s of this ingenious
surplice, and pulled the parson with him ihanhtihdred men and if
i into the cellar I While thus in the power were jcmployed in ihe,jeru
i of his victorirrus foe, lost to hope as it re- Ufe understand bat ther
of mv subjects; .provide additii :
ty for the coniiiiuance of peac
tain contriitmeut atd happin. -by
increasing (lift - comforts i
boly of iny jMMipIe. '
On lhe next flny in the Ho ;
mons. Mr. lining introIurt d 1!
of Great Britaiji .aud the Unitei
lie said he hoped the Irime .Mi
.... MKIife I ViilttliJ . ivfi -. . .4. t M M m B M
charged him ivitl incon-isTency ! Riven, si area at ine commanci.agoi: , TTTnm n;" (, nt i , int . j that t . . J ntrthrtn lalipr'arp of vourselces. n wtemalns qo doubt that a large Mirphu $i"-k .1 Queen's recoininendaiio
J wreupb'ti Ciccrorepliet). I desire that ficitr, f it awaiting its repeli.tion, and we ! they naTeinconnectiQn with tie 'general j j hfIS ol me r This exhortation j lft 8t"re,,, aa l,r,,vUi"n ln? ttH' w''a,L" crease of jhe naial atl.l tnib:;
"Jtnmtlirmv ip Prrtnornrv me trit-ntl. Siared M mm, ream . ni 1 UK nrsi worn lit; oarj?? IS32133a3aSSaaaaeatotiiaioiror- 1 , . r V j .1.
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in thr Westfabtiiies a professional
shouldiutter, to spring upon the soldiers.
But ;he seemed to be, as most of us were
impressed wi'h the belief that the demon-
Swlemah i a fi'hnJAJ' ' . The f stration was merely a menace, used to iq-
t; urnaUaUs his extemporary to task and ; ,l,ce uf to- fter the Mexican seryice.
Ioni.hci hirii never to abusc'a man without', With jtlireateiing T gesture, and . drawn
' i r' ': . . I ij ; t hi f t il ; r I swoird.tthe chief of the assassins again e-
2&a?2y Cs3El33L3aS35B (added
wardintr and haviiur large and coinmodioas Ware
.Mit eveiny horses, ' be stb lo preserve lhe good t:
oion. 1 S inr - which existed between tl
I of Ids victorious foe, lost to hope as it re- Vyjunderstand that there is now 'secured as ; tions. UAVas jn the-power. 1
; garded. himself, the natural benevolence largeja stock of ice as ever existed in the More. England and France, to preserve
1 of his disposition burst forth in the excla- houJe previous to the present wintej-. and there 0f the world. lle approved ?
our possession.' j
FayettevilUtMay 24, 1844
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- . ... jj .1 t. l.rt er, unfa 10, able to lhe crop next winter, ,i. ,fr.. ,irb I. .
s rV13: ;. y . ! . ..... 1 it is hard v necessary to add that the opera- 1 . . . . ,
houses on the bank of the River, arfe prepared to revive ever delivered from the pulpit ; tllS irieilUS v, 1. LU.A ..U , Vh . " iippriw .inou ; 01
and forward Goods upon such term as will defy all horn- lii aA nn,l UfV him to. lllS fate. i n: J t r t Y. ii the. tiatlOtU,, lie expressed tl.
rtition.oureharaesaVdex-nsesMingone-thtrd lesson ; T 1 " V5"""'! ... 1 0 Vst" VD" L . j t itication I with this - when be
thefreight bills than any other house in the place. ' I lAmong me COmpai-y,aa x , lor tr,, cnatlieai invention-J anri are -p ,e asea ... ,- ' . ,
au r.Ac k; ,j r. w rtriv is of Wilminsrtoin. for - :..,. rmor whn had sunnose.d the fiend Uvifnpi the re,ih ..C.mi-hncn frenitis ,n lh i viei niaisiraie 01 a r .1. 1-
iWa InOtrme nA nlkorUMQA Arfn1(A . Will lontlH 111 '. 1 J- ' L ilv A m A A rV AC't 1 rt . t J JL KC . 1-1 ..i 1 .A I. t.v'kl . BT t I ftil A
fcllV f CUlll UUl UbllV " ma T-
to be nothing more than: some domestic 1 saving of human laUr, may be high y gratified I whom he expectetl better thu
I amrna!. but being a lover of fun and wil-Thy k ti.it ko' the! Pond, -if 1 ' ho set at naught all those ru.c
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