- : ; V '." EYIXIXC. ' . ;
v -' 7'oain the kindling vestthe
JMs headlong course has run; j ;
Thrthe tur.g shades that gatn'rir.g
grinif1"' ' ,v v'-
l):mtj the distant msurtains shot) s
" ft rising now, i-ff eastern breese
, ,', , lays rustling thro' ' ike 'Igiiiv' 'ring trees)
ySvecp$ vitksrfi'ning ifc"fiptlig stream
" That glitters toihe setting peetn. ';r
; iJl'e live, we breathe, no more wefy - -i "
The torrid air, the Hexing sky ; . . x
'jftfreskin breeze, thy smiles we bltstf-;
" 'i'A? power out languid limbs confess,
: Si at this twilight Kuar to rote ' .
The tangled thickets of the grove ; '.
thlgair- haw still the shade I
What fluttering hopes'the breast inifadel
'Tislrte that rulthis'balmy hourl v
The tiirilling senses own, his powei
J tTAfji tomefny fair why. this defy) '
A ' haste S&ay ! ...
. - O moid ibsluv'd ! fhov xanst thou tear
lover's heart with anxious feat ? ,
, -'Cci the pale cheek and nastidform,.
And pining cares, that youth dtjorm ; -The
languid look, the tearsihat break .
Unseemly down fair manhood's cheek ;
Can these delight thy tender breast- .
Cai sighs of sorrow niake ihie blest f '
Think in a year, a month, a day,
. Our Scanty life may fade awayi ;
Relentless time shall quick consume ? '
The ripen" d fruis, the temal bloom :
Or tvinfry age shall quench our Iff ,-, .
f.ach genial hope', task fond destre
'Enjoy to-iay ! 'tif altfwe hate - .
Between the cradle and he grave
' Pnjoy tO'day !. 'tis' not for man
The dim futurity to start ; -
And does the conscious Hush arise ? "
' And read I right those speaking eyes ?
And d m s thy heaving bosom bt at ?
Ihw throb my veins with transpdrt sweet
- I That thrilling lcokl feel it dart
-'Retistlc's thro', my panting heart-! .
Faofc tiir BALANCE.
&i!ections tin the greater force of Pari
tal than of Filial A feet ion'.
It hw been remarked by a cele
Crated writer, that it casier'for one
fdtlitr to maintain ten children, t!in
it is for ten children to maintain etc
'father. Indeed thiOs not universally
true; most willingly 1 it aefchow.
'ledRed that there hare been mr.ny in
St?nrcs rf filial duty and 'attachment
many instance of children who have
thecrfiilly . aupported their ,a&rd and
helplen parnit-., cvrrt by their own Ja
In a itenrral view, however, fi
lial irrnUludc ; bear no proportion to '
parental love. 1 he lore tf parent to. '
rard theioffspring it io intense, that'
"Vney" think Dotliin- too much to do cr
to ftuficrfor thcirarkrtJ wh ?e year
rf toil, in feeding an1 cloatiiini; them, !
tuey cn'iure witn chccriuiner;. nut
. ,rhen Jby leaSiJn cL poverty and 3d
"age," parent become chargeable to
their children, they usually feci the
.full wTjht cf ich a burden; and,
nome time, by look ilnol by word
and action, they betray an opinion,
that it is Iiigh timb for the old folk
to die. ' f
Thi !einj the natvral state nd
f courve of thing in (he world, instead
of repininjf at it, wc should cndeaor
: tb Cnre. ounelvet of the foolish dcire
to p:n nut hfe to ao undue length.
There i a period, when it is prpr
. that ve should fed an entire willing
.ties to retire and make room forV
then period, when dcat'a iwt
. nly rteeetsary, but dciira'dc. And
1m!ecd nothing can be mere irratidnil
thsn to wiah to out-lie &ne' u scfulnets,
. and even to liva beyond thcVishr if i
tine' nearest connection. ' In two
conditions csptfciillr mm ome time
lire too lonp, even in the npinirm of
. their own r hiJdrcn-1 he hrtt i n
condition of pcterty, when they be
eome charceaVle ml burthenadtac.
The other i the condition f gTft
' ireuV.h, when their children are It)
KTtit hate titake pocilAi of their
tte, and are af't to.groW unrayt
If the period tf enjoyirg their kg.
rir b dc fi-rrt d benHid Uielr rtaion-
able rpectMion.-"" Ctipm, who,
. alrendy rich, u met caily, siucplate,
tat th brcid of care t" ue every
tfbrt to ad to heap, that l but io
lArp;e. m?th retpiu hi arariee lit
,lr, if h would cer.Mdef that Ve 1
layln Kfor hi children a tuun
temptation t-f wilhiflg him out of ihrit
way. On the other hand, children
Vho hare the care of agtd htlplcs
parent would lighten the burden, by
remembering .tlit they o may he
t'ld n J hlr1. d mir themvelvt
nerd, from their tl'ldf the Ike
V'.nd oTicr. 1'eople fjto.uer.tly find
tVt .iroe mr sart metrd to tttm, in
f.H -e, tfth they the mf tire had
Wt'd t to their ajcd paf ent.
, The f'.llom ncdtc ha a
'm"rl and i ilccUfrd to be a fct.
Willi 5imr, of ccVulmlle rrpfr
5 tr, " r t4rtyrd In cw-ting out
vw"'-n i1ih, he wa akf d r l
t b ' t?nt I'ood hy hin. ht
)nnr H f-. M I mrv, tnt' h. t!,h
j.lied, Ut your randfvtur ;,hi l
and slavers s that your rnother says,
he must leave the table and' eat by
hrtnseifia a wooden dish." M Well
then, said the little boy, I suppoie ;
lather, that I too mast make a wood
den disli for;you to eat in when you
grow -old.".--Such, it -was said, ;wasi
the force of this simple but pungent i
remarkv : on the inind of the father,
that be laid asjde Mr work, And aever
assumed it agalnV " .: (
." From the Boston Chronicle.- .
Ttderalism returning to reason, "though
not to gota manners. ; . ;' .
No matter, decency Vrill comein
-tnfn when ocrrages on it are fourrd
t' reaQCt'oniyon tnote wim com
mii them. 'The fjinptoftis of re-'
turning reafon .to-thofJe pitiable ma
niacs is the fjllwrin paragraph in
he N. York Evening F'.njl; of May
24 ; whcVe fp:aking of-the remuval
ot Mr. Rpers, the naval crfflcer, a
1 RevoHitiwnafy Tory,. ah'ngli(b-
inn, tinj not even a vmen, iui
the expedavion inf ofii:r fiicee'fted
to him the cKpcdfc'ncy of b.eco'mitie
one ; and '6T Nh'e appoinirncnt ot
Mr, Ulgooa, z rnember ot the ola
Congrefs and Prefi lent'of its B;)aid
and 1 reifury.-'ind Po(t-Ma(ter Ge
neral under the aJirtiniUration isf
Gen. Wafhingurr.r -'Mr. Coleman
Uys The Democrats have hot
44 long fi ?ce ni theiflipurtence and
csntetipt sf truth to declare, thar
V notwithstanding the remnval'
,f the FcleraliltsV.elJ ftill a eteat-
" er iiunfbcr'of offices "than they do
thctntelves. Inaafiver to wTiictr
" we haVefoirietifnes replied, "th it,
M in point ofvatue, ih?re vaiNQJ
" cohnparifon, and thar every oSce
" of any value ill this city, at lea t
" If no: in the Ouitcd Srate, ex
" tcpt one, hid been ttrnsfefred
' to the Jeifsrfonliri feci arid thu
one j nnv gone'.-'-- And then lie
goes on wii.h his .ufoal fctirrility a.
ginfl ile Ciiief Mgiilraie xof his
country,1 which 'shall not be hrrc
repeated j and with refcrrnce to
the Prsfidint's reply to tiie , Nc'vv.
Hii'cn Rciflonftrance. 1 reinMn
ber in that Reply it V'ii alkcd.
whether it was pojitic.il iniol rancc i
for the majority toc'aim a pripor.
tbnatt pfrt in,the dfreclioii ot pub- '
lie aiTair ? And if a due f irticipa- i
lion ofofii;e is a matter of tijjht,
how it it to be obtained hut by funic '.
rrfsova's, when nearly the whole '
offices of the U. R. arc monnpcliz- '
eJby a partirnur feci t I he rcarcn-
kblentls ot this claim oitue pre-
ttrtttn ot other was lelc b ercrv !
ctndid man -at ths fir ft rlofh, hut
it V.id f.ot accord with, the tcelins
r,f VederaUlls. Nothing b a con-
hinuance in their monopoly of of.
hce could latlsly them i and on
the rcmoval-of 'the.fii ft individual,
the w hole band opened on the yio
lation of their fancluary of offi:c,
as if a general fwccphd been made
of every Fcdetalift within its pale,
After trtnch uproar However, re-
11 t ii. 4
1141MUK, iic p"h.it:iicu KcauiiY io -
wards hi?tjbjeft ofreflonrr; toct.
eluded Uepuhlicans tome prlicipa.
non inoTTice, tney nnr 11 expeaicnt
to lower their tone a nttlc. 1 hey
Erorcf of conraUrocnie, ihcy will
e able to trir the iica tf dncpro -
portion. Un this ground we ate
ready to comptomife with them j
I afk what is their due proportion I
ItuppofethcrrUUve numbers of the
two parties win t thought to
u ;,mnitiii, J0itgPg irom t!re e
.Cvlioiu.we tiver-raie Me rcderau
itli at one third cr tortrth of the
peatc 3 on every tingle removal, not i nt trie Republicans, mrht fin 1 in I am not latt.-f.cd, but am willing to ( n
hrnling in the Prcfidenf tl;M want j oat courts fome of th it protection, j leave it to the 'conOittited auihcti-.' p c r p t e i r ie v ' '
of nerve, which, with athcifm, fry. j which fiowstwrnTcllbw feriing,wT,ilt 1 tics, who, thcugh they have pro- "AironBiaS pnIa! Drfcflier.j, tc.
poirny, mancc, oic. c;.ncy.iiavc nincir opponents enjoy inai wnicn ij cccuea iiacr man 1 enpeCtei, yet I J.nof nr ihe D.flrcflei ol Love,
fo ribcrally lrnt luni, but that, on the laws are miie to pronoonce. are probably better" judges than I I Miwe'i Mni-or
me MiTriij, icrniiti 01 wjcvr ii ionic i uic uaici una nai peen . no ti'mparaxiye merits 01 I band find and Mcr;
can now Dear ro talk mcmicives ot nicnce ; aftd acting with an nice- care ot the public happinefi, they
an equal number, ir.flead tf a mu- fendencies. Very heavily in our e. are bound to modify jarring prin-
nopoly of offices. Thiss well as ! leilious. -While fn the cxprcffif)ns ciples fo as loefiett that happisefs,
aT.rflfymptorn : and we hope in the i tf my opinion f I yrdJ fiocere rif- as far ar the Date of things will ad!
whole mala of ou cnireni. Inalire abjut too Oflictri I know
few States, far N. Hampfhirc,
Mauachufctti and .onntcticuti
they have a gteattr f l-i'tntlonjbtst
in f ithers roiKh lets, fiy M r. we.
fnan's exprcrion that ttry ol-
ftco in thi 1 tVy lIlcw.Yoik is
irantfrrte.l to ihe JkrTcrfur.ian ttQ"
it frcins eicQel that thediflribo-
tiiit 01 f'f'ice In everv town md
county t takm by iifelf, is in be in
proponmi) to jts party ilmnon. .
a in 11 impoiiiDie, 11 11 rjueioorw
a'Jj wlllr the fcileof f rpmlon
cm ever be Htion an3 tireieiveJ
In any lnd.viduilflitc,anri whethet
w mun not !e r.infeuied with con
fiilering all ihe ftites as forming
firgle mafi. am rot q laltfttd
fa, iikincinaeef Tiew.yuik
Jby itfdr, lnjw ii paftlu are pro
tld U pomoncJ, cither iu number er
o3ic.. feat vl tSi nk it probable,
that if Mr. Cuicoun will intend
his view 6eyond the -limits of the
Citv, through the whole- ftate, he
will find his brethren VpofTiffing
mch more than their duejJar? of
rfice. I invite hicn to this eXamT
nation, anddo-i'u not the Repu!)
cans of New-York will attend to
his statements: and correct them.it
Lerrbjjeotis, clnfinin2 myfelf to my
own Kate, that I -may fpeak ?r,!y
whatI know. I can aif-ire Mr.
Coleman we are far below out tuff
rropirtiort. The roll of Offices pub
li'h:d bt Conerefs -at their fetfion
bef fte'the. lalU inferms me; that in
the Revenue D:partmerjt alone - of
iviiu jcntit-tts- there are 183 umcers,
of which 33 are' appointed by the
I'reltlcnt. (Jt thefe he has remov
ed 7, either on t!tc principle of par
tictpatton, or becaufe they wercac
tive, bitter and inieccnt oppofers
'of the cxilling Legifl.it ire ana Exes
cutive. 'I will name"theif. that 1
nw be, corrctfled if am wrong,
not meanihg. wilfu'dy to miflate a-
ny thing. T-hey were, Lee'cf PN:-
nobfeot. Head of U Waldoboro
Tuck' and Whitem'ore of'GUucef-
ter, Tvna of Newb.irvport,;Fof-
dick of Portland, and Pickmar.' of
ialem, Thcre bave been two or
three ofher4rcnlovals in this late,
but' we $vc underftaod, formif
conduil.' In Bofton ahme "there
are 30 Revenue Officers, dependent A
on me; 'oijeaot, who with the;
'aval-OnU'eruryeyr,, and Re-
venue IrifpeClort, reciive under the'
Jfonrral G jvetn'nintjo or 5o,,ooo '
dollars a "vear-i-the . whule weight
ti'f'whofe numbert, patronage and
connect ion!t fe adicely exerted
in 'eppofjion m t bit government,
and renicr th iiric rit mev'Boflea
eleclion always doubt fu! f" hCn KV
Ih'fied in the fcale which is in 'im
port of the government, there wiiuld
rc nb lo iter any qutliiot:, and Bos. j
tun, one of the Great cities of the 1
U. Statit, wfMilJ arrange 1 rfclf at !
icr proper poit, under iheh'anrers
of the union. And at the head of
this mafTive plia'a'ijr, Is a'iharaftcr,
bthcrwife ifcr riioriqps, but cert'ain
!y not f tvhen l!iding proceRion,
n t joining in dinners where foalh
the rtvft infn linr and,. outrageous
ajfainU'titc Pre 0-lent p-ifmally, aid
ehcr Conlt'nu'a'l . Awh.nit;es, and
calciili'cd to cjc.i e fi.li'ions and
combinations av:iMi!l the authority
f ihe ur.ioh, arcdrutilt with riotous
ac hmafibns wi;bin", au l annojne
el wi'h the rnar,ut ar.nch without.
t'f-Mf. C'j'chun coirn'i the 'eunti
ri!an;e of, this gcntlcmin in orlice,
a norg the pnul -of" in'oleranfe of
the 'Prtfi leu', 1 can furnilh him
with more .(job. In the iudiciiry
' dcpiTtncrf wc had irhapined, that
; the judges being federal, republican
4'torniei and Marfhals wojld be
appointed tg mollify in the execu
tion whit is r'igorou fly" decree I ; an I
111. ft . m r 1
1 unnc. cm 10 uuicri ice in;m
j, ftjll fiolding their offices t Marfhal
j; to execute fr leral!y, what ihejudg-
cs man icicraiiy decree 1 a.0!tce
I ro ot treat , patronsze and In.
r feet to the amhTrities ttt my ro;n-
1 tryduc to iWr woVth, as well
I to the wr.i ol the nation tKablifhing
, them, yet I an free tot!ctlafemy
opinion, that1 ihcy arj rr in
reiibing fuch ptrV.ms in office. I
f.xl rctpyct their private characters, but
1 . -
- l meir political character unhii them
I lor qua ilylng that cf the crrnrt. I
I, the rofl.o.licci if Malfachnfetts
not how many have heen removed
by the roU-Marter-Oenfril j but
Paging o the lount in ihe federal
Pner, which ii nettr below ttuth,
I IliouM comfQurc a Vcrv. fmall
pioportton tnaeeu. It fu-irM
. ' . . .. ..
olkrieJ tod, t:ut ihde offices ire
fulely wulnn the cm and rnncval
rf ihe roft.Marter-(ienral ; the
rrtiiJ-fnt firs the Senate iiaVuigr.o
thifti to if ish ihem..
Hitherto I have fpoktft if the
Federalist; s if thiy were a hofniu
geu,upn-,r. buiinu u not
mtth under the name links
l ercticaUecti of rnonaichifli. A
. ' . ' ""
. Hfteii fox to take fhe'.cr
i tnorg ttctp. when puifjcd
' ' a - a . .
ereep nnJcr the manile of Federal-
ir.n, afidths FeUralifli, tike (liter. '
Aarx.. 'Thefe men hire no right to
office ( if -any Monarchift bein of
fice any Where, and be Known tottic
Prefident, the oath' he hasjtaken
to funpDrt the Conftifution, im-
I juliy requires iue inuaniaacous
miiF.oii ot fuch officer ; and !l
fhould hold the Prefide.nt highly cri-
minal, if he permitted fuch to re-
mam. i o appoint a munarcmu
to conddft the affiirs, of a republic
s Tike appointing an Atheilt to the
Pricfthood. But as to, real tede-
ralills, I take them to my boforn
as brothers ; 1 view them as honclt
men, friends to the prefent Lonsn
tution. ar diffecence has' been
about mcafurcs only, which now
havine Dalfid away fliould no longer
'livtaeus. it now 111 we,
treat France for tiae iojUries offered
ust They thought the qccajion
called for armies and navies, that
we fhnald burthen : ourfefves'with
taxes'and bur poflcrity ,with debts
Jit exorbijiant mterett j that we
fhoiild pafs aricn and fedition laws,
punifhmz men with e'xile without
'trial by jury anci'ufurping the re-.
gulition.of the prefs, cxcliifi vcly
belonvinz to the Str'e Gaverrtmnrtt
VVe thoiight'fomc of fhefe'meaftires
inexpodien',. others unconftitution-
al. They however were the ma-'
jority!: Ihtfy carrtd, their opinions
into' effect, and we'fubmitted. The
meafures. thcmfel'ves areitiow done
with, except thedebti contracted,
which we are "honeltly proceeding
to pay ofT. Why thon mould we
longer be oppofed to each other ? I
conf'cfs myfe.f opinion lhat this
port ion of out fellow. citizens fliould
have a.'juft participation of o!ce,
and atn far from concurring vvtth
thrtfc who.'arjvocate general fwecp
"w i t h 0 u t d i f c r i m i n a t i n g b ; t w ceh F c
derail ft a Vnd Monarc hilts. Should
not thefe recollect their own com
plaints againft the late'Adminiflra
tlon for pro'fcribir.g tl em from'all
public trul ? And.fhall we now be
To i.confi l;nt as to aft ourfclve'i
on the. very famc'principle we then
To highly condemned? To coun
tenance the Ariftccratical doftrine,
that a minority haVr.o rights. Ne
ver let usdo vvrojig becaufe Our op
ponents did fu. Let wr'rvher by
doihg right,, fljcv them what they
ougSt to have donei and cltabli fh a
rule o'f the dictates of rrafon and
cbnfciehcc, rather jhan'of the an
gry paflions. If the Federjliils will
amalgamate with cs cn thefe terms,
let u; receive them, and once mtsre
unite our count 1 y in'o one tnaf
But as they I;em to hol l (iff with a
rematkab e repugnance, .1 agree,
that in'tht mean time binh iutticr,
and fifety require i doc proportion
of .Tue in republican hands. Vhc -
. thcr it 15 befl to effect this by a fi 0.
gic tlroke, or to await the opera-.
uons n uca;n, reugr.anoni, rerr.o.
vali for delinquencies, for'vtclert
bprofitiou. and for Monarchifm, I
1 mc iwa ir.cmom. 1 ne courie ihev
ji fcem to have preferred, tends mors
Ij perhaps to allay the paffions, which
1 10 nncicaiantiy divide andM fou et
us : and truflc'd s thev are with the
j mil. This fLcmi tolc a tair ground
J rjf comprorr'fc between the ex.
1 irersies ot op nlon, even amon- R
pnU leans ; form: of
there 'houH be a gene
and others, none at all.
"II - l- I.Mkl
I opinion, I am told,- is muJi enter-
tainrd in the Soulhrrn dates Still
n It I think it wl I be well to ro into
the examina'io cl the ri.flnn
Ii which Dirt hnl !
I lion of t.flice i And 1 therefore a.
gain invi.e Mr. Coleman 10 take
I thcficMl for tl
he t'atenf Nfw.VrL- .
j n i di ing fume champion there
!w(il enter the lifti fr
II. i' L'UU It.
li mv own Hate il cfA
la eitjviMii; that I believe no Fe.
drra'ilt here w ill undertake to nuef-
ihm it. Siouliffuch a one however
appear, he will certainly find pen
funs ahh 10 ror.fioiit l.im wiih fafla
This may be done in a manner
J conducive to ihe general j ood. The
ihe prorpeti.y uf our cc.ntnnn country
the ourhi 10 he th,. atn t .ti n'
- J ficient and unUiunate mufl l avl
- r ii oi iniurmaikjn, nr titro t. 1
- prtj.idiief, who has perceived, pre-
. 1 . 1
like fliffr. vaitin t.l ,,,-..:- '.1 '-.'J
of iheM;; 1 . '
thtj;r.ifle,lng ile'genetai goitrnmwt
I . Mi 11 Idll'l I M rim
brt Us rttifiing principles. Why.
men micmpcraic gopuunua 1. : in
vatn wtu be me attempt to arive of
educe the p;op!e troni.tncaiures
meriting luppprt rrorn a lupen-
pr utiliy already cxperlence(lII
vain is the effort to deftroy theirs
incrcafing confidence in ' the tried
ability -and pitriotitm ot the pre-
tent fc,Kccutivc, or in the Heady ex
ertions of the prefent teglflitutt.
Republicans thus entrenched, fliauid
bs doubly folicitons to fet examples
of maananimity, worthy them.
fclves, and the caufe they are cngagy
cd in. If thcreare fcJeralifts, whofe
feelings (till prompt them to abufe
and oppofe the General Govtrn-
ment, 'we urge Jhem to cotuldera-"
ion, to review the motives by ,
which they are actuated, and the ef-
feels of fuch cphduft on, ihe nation-
al happinefs. . If dittrult; feditions,
and pefpetuated difcords in fociety, '
are abhorrent to their wifhes, as they
are dc'.truclivc in th ei r n atu re : -I (
priv'a-e anirhority is as ungrateful
a ft is inliyidu illy baneful, they
Will exhibit, if rfot the zeal of an
attachment, if not the complacency
r . i- '1 :::' :. .
or acoraiai accjuicicencc, yci, cer. (
tainly the patience and decencV of
a .fobmiirionto the Coi'-flituted Au
thorities of their Country. -
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