rftOX TKX WXXXLY HJPICTtR.
The following address front a LadjtoDr. Caus
, ticr one mould suppose, wxili hsnt ttnden.
. ci to so fun the htart pf the old Ptribatttici
; i or at earf, induce, ftim ceme Are
. . own faults end foibjc. ifefata. -f 'fiB Je
. hell upon the fair at;--. . .Aiv- V
When men of sense Caanot be got t ; ,
A woman, jonif thing most adaure,
,Qf else with cnnicf. expire
O rfoctor ! lUten to tuy prayer
A lessen tor proua man prepare t v.
There is a fault you flyt confess,
Most men of wH and worth possessy
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They seem to think in women's mind,'
But very little sense to find ; :.' V
v And therefore when they condescend,
Perchance an hour with us to spend-
Think it impossible to please,
' With their profound sublime ideas t ,
But sit in silence, most heroic,
Ploddingi like philosophic stoic. ;- - '
Upon my word, I do not know,
Aught moi provoking here below .
Than thus to see man, who might, -Fill
every soul with-pure delight
Sit pondering with thought profound, ...-
On follies of each female 'round J
' Then wonder at our want of spirit,
, And blindness to his worth and merit.
Now in my mind, pert prattling beaus,.
' Are more amusing, far, than those i
I errant sometimes a mn Vou find,
With reason, wrtj and genius join'd. t
With each-united charm and grace,
A hich fascinate the female race
One whom no prejudice controuls, ' '
To think us destitute of souls.
' Should such a man as this advance,
The fop will stand but little chance .
Belteve vae, sir, our sex you'll fiud,
To mental worth is never blind.
The man of mind we more admire,
-- Thau perfect forms, or fine attire p"
Most women will the fop defpite '
a When men of sense shall be so wise
As to discard, Turk-like opinions .
That women are but Nature's minions ;
Made for a while to please tbe eye, ,
To nourish nun, and then to die I -
When you do Ibis we'll bid adieu,
To- lap dogs, fops, and mwnkies too
Reserving all our admiration, ,
For nam, the GLOar or cbkatiost. .
ST MkS. CSTAXT!A CHIIllo.
HAIL Mrsric AaT ! which Men like An
To speak te eye, k paint embedted thought!
The Deaf and Dumb, blest bkill, relicv'd by
We make one sense pfrform the task of
' . thee.
We see-we hear we touch the head and
And take or give what each but yields in
With the bard laws of distance we dispense,
And, without sound, , apart, commune in
View, though eonfin'd, nay, rule this earthly
And travel o'er the ride expand? d all.
Dead letters thus with living ru-iions fraught,
1'iove to the sou! the telescope of thought I
To mortal life Immortal honor give', .
And bid all deeds and tt lea I .t and live.
n scaoty life ElkaaiTT we utte.
View the 6rt aa, and it.form the laM i
Arts, llutory, Laws, we purcban with a
And keep, like Fatk, sit Nature lo a Book.
MssWBSjBtJ,J$t;;tflHSS5t wmtmm .
Hie jvsiisr HOKTRA1T
Of lleniMon BeofJrt, that ner war
DlfxnU Indeed it the tk tf drawing fek
a Pt'tflt in gttutne ttUuri, and tf
lraag ill features by tbe imtcmett if
impartiality and trull. Few men, if
any, extjl tuilhtut fart'uular prtdilet,
t't.ni and VeJiS i tulUb, uhm afpli.
ed It it'i'Mi tr ferfennl ttmtttilitnl,
render fair and tamJid afpnhititn.
" " f ill mere d fenll. Tbe anlir, !
tat festally finrtrayed bit tharafttf
iilb tit tftalejt fureet, it an Mng ijl.
man in Pah Air. Thonai Hot
CBOfT, ttiht married French lady,
and rep Jed a tinJideraHe time tn the pit,
flit delimealitmin manyrepefli.hfeta
the land if a mijler t and Smlete bit
t iliring it deleB 'tve, it my It aUribul.
Itdtt the dijfentlj tf finrtrating ft ex.
Irairdmary a rrinte wtia e'Jlenl pre
tiffin-. In Hi travels fern lunbmrg.
la lit travtit trim
thing tftpialla, fNland, and
tSeibeeUndi, It Peril," rtm vhitb
ftHiWlnf exit ail it taken, bt hi inn.
met alt t the tied, and it in tie virtue i
, of bit btrt,
" It li (ke turn tn4 concurrence ef
ctcumAaocftf lUt tve the pswctft of
tneir direction, flam; his chkrafler. U
iin ikvuuii utn i cuurici i action
fuchercn, as he mar have once held in
abhorrence. la all the, ardor of youth,
wnen aa .intemperate imainatioi Knew
iot -where, to, reft, bffore principles had
been filed br experience, yet not till at".
a burning thrift of fame had been ex-:
(IISU All. HIUI, UUtfUyHil IVUUW IIISl Ullll
-gsroii engine,' that implement lof Ru'irjin"
milery, an army, at bis cemmind, kad ;
prompt to efFeit whatever purpofo his tapid
! 'genius fhbuld conceive, Hefoondifcoered
'the neccflity there was to give that telor
ing to. events that might produce the ef-
' feels intended ? to conceal, to deceive, to
fix the attention on falfe points, to flar-
ter pealantj, to,lpeak to princes in the
Jofty tone of menace, to fpur the foldier
,to .stuck by tbe hopes , ot plunder, to
Jiang h'in afterwards for .the crime ito
pronsife tr.endlaip t tbe, vanqutmad, and
,thn to taife contributions, and ftrip them
of all they efieemed moft precious ; thefe
-loon became fhc daily oceurrencei of his
active vtttftreY Ob,bad Hi rtnmi rtttU
vtd another dirt&Unt.k,ad bitten impelled
tvi Wiys firtt.tfta Joe paths $ tvifdtm
and hentvoUnct, tubal it bieffuig te I be tvtrld
wtufd he have bttn t A-V''vt '. .'..''.t':'
' In Egypt he found a race much more
ignorant, more depraved, and therefore
lil more addUUd to the arts of deceir,
than in Italy and he bent U his powers
i. t rt .a '
to tne tauc 01 overcoming mem in every
member. Could they fight r He con
quered them as well in valor as In fagacU
ty. Could ; thsyl miflead and, Wear, the
mafic, of hypocrily I ven in this thev
were not his equals. Still his jmigbjj
mini gave fuhlit praofs tf lbs warnings
and impulfti it received from truth it tie
man it dijcernmtnt, there art pa fa
bts Jtate papers, tbatfbew tuitb.ytbat ftrfe
it ft ruck bimi and trove bit tntmtntart
grandeur at tbeutht. Tn tbtt btur, than
gedas be gradually bat been, and haded at
bit beriztn it with tbe tltudt of ftlenelie
ambitiiit, it nevtrtbtlefs iceajitnatly emitr
a luminous team, out tbe mottjatal of
all the circumflances which kas unfitted
htm for the talk he has aflumcd to Mrri
fstff which is no lets than that of govern
ing Europe, is, that ha has btrn'hibiiua
ted to. the command of armies.1
"1 have feveral times, lays Mr. JIol
croft, beenclofe lo Napoleon ; hi's flat u re
is diminutive, his complexion fallow, and
his phy fiognoray hears thole marks which
denote the labors of his snind; jt is care.
worn, but it .is alfo fufccplibje pf great
vancty. from bis eirabillarious com
plexion, cholur might be certainly .pre
dicted. ; but from the fciatcoefs of his
eye, uvt of that fuddca and impctuees
kind to which he is fo very fubjed. The to
are various trails, public and private, that
difcover this mighty .Chief lo have at
tempted to copy Alexander, while he was
in Egypt j Ccrirdiinnghis.Italiaa cam
piigoi, and Chai'emagoe dnce he a (Turn,
ed tbe Imperial purple. Wbeti travelling
the findi of Syria and Egypt, he did not
forget the Lybiandefcris A exsne'er wss
then his tnodrl. He placed a large flatue
of Ctcfar, allowed 10 be of txcalltnt
workmarihlp, Ironting his apartment Jo
the Tkuillcrif t, that I might have il in
dally cor.ifmplation. S nce tbe a Idition
of Helvetia ar.d Italy to hit ilomaint, he
has imitated he power ot Charlemagne.
To fiirn, up with accuracy ibe various
characters cf.lliii rxtiaotdinary perfon.
age, is a lafk towh eb few perfooi will
fi-id ihctnfc'tci adequate, Thrrc ate two
par ies in direct Coot rxdifl ion to each o.
I her i and both of them equally violent in
alTcrt on. One fat cf them attribute to
him every human eacellcDcet ia their
eyes he is not a mio, but a deity another
will nut allow that he ever pcITwCa l emu
aencc of talent, di covered a (ingle virtue,
or perfumed one afiioo that can be called
Let ihofe who affirm tnst the fags
clous Napo!ein'fotcfaw all lUt hit been
or auight be eccompliflied ( planned all
sll thai has btt aaichiava l, and with pow.
er little lefs thao Orrnlpotr nr, Infured knl
litsry ct'RQuaQ. and tow-mstWeJ C'vil
triumph i let thofe pariifsul enqu'ue,
whether mind fo cspacious, cosld have
beea betrayed into sfli, To many of wh eh
are puerile1, fo many more isiurd, and a
flill greater ftitmber are malevolent snJ
deRruciive. The nature of true great
at I has cter been, and will be btnsnt
If his plir were fo Iroly profound,
would do Ills means be more certain, his
courfe rnnre sen, and his end more fe
Curtf Hi ticiiuroity in pilste, sypesrs
te be pride but in his public acts, hia
ftlfithnefs it too great to command icf.
red. I'pwer, fuch as hia psrtlfana would
tve lU world to believe he polleffrt,
WOttM better undtrdanl itfalf, wouli tc
ia ft U nee', and flrlke In the 'diik ( It
would put fue the evca tinor of tu way,
and d fialn to vipor er lo footle. The
ttrefi ef the ptflloni uniformly rah mart
of their found judgment! and tender ihera
tnaDgeant and bafe. .
"To thefe who will not allow the Empt
ier of f raa auj jooJ 0,'iaUiy, what CiiII
be anfered) Let them look into KiQoTy, 1
and find 'under .whofe reaV-or apparent !
comman-, actions fo numerous and great
have been performed by a man of feeble
.mind, irrefolute ia condaQ, and incon
fiftent In fate plans.' Let them' fcrutinizc
the powers of the mind, and prove, if it
ifce pofSble, from fa& or from deduction,
how it uoutd happen in times to dreadiuU
ly contentious, that debility could obtain
.and preicrre tberu!e ; . enqoer'temics
broad, lubyert nyals in power at home,
profit by foreign and inieitine -broils, o-
verawe or reconcile faftions, change the
(Capricious .deflinies of a eapriciou peo
ple, to that wmch oelpottim calls order;
jind eftablilh .a new dynady, .which, in
ageaor greater ignorance, would long
have continued permanent and beyond con
troul. Truth is always found between
the extremes. Napoleon is an extraordi
nary man who has lived in (till more ex
traordinary timer, ,'vThe grand events of
thefe times were many of them military ;
foas it happened, was his education, and
fu were his propenfities. Such' was 'he
fortuitous favor of circumflances, that
they cau led htm te npe-ar a prodi2V. " ' A
fir ft camnaign elevated iijn to the rank of
hero, the fccond fhowed him a God i he
teemed to command events ; in reality
they commanded mm j they were his
creator.. vr- ;'; . ...v"-. . ; , .V:,.
" Early habits had powerfully concur
red to fit him for the future accidents uo-
der which he became placed j and this pre
dupoution, and inele accidents, were
further aided by a mind ot Juch ardor,
oi fuch prolific ambition,' that he has been
hurried through tne various gradations
which fimilar minds hive travelled $ and
does, and will only differ from them in
Gmiiarity of fate, as far as circumftances
t . . V i -. i ,1 it . a . .
.nave yariea ana inau ncreaiter vary t iai
,low complexion, length ot face, a poin
ted note, a projeaing cninsnd prominent
cheek bones, have dillinguifbed the coua
tenancei of fanatics and pcrfecutors.
Fanatics and perlecutors were ofjen-men
jpf powctfulmba's, but violent paffioaa.;
and between fuch men and the Emperor
of France, al.o-.viag for times and circum
llanccs, in phyiiognomy, In talents, and
,in manner of acling, there is a great re
fembUnce," . ; . PETERSBURG,' KoW'lJ. , ' : ;
" ' : ' Aarin 'Burr . ' :'','Hi" :
Every newtpaper has of late noticed the
mysterious movements of this extraordinary
individual. Wherever he direct his course,
suypt(VW-iiovr : fcim. -.Scouted imI con
te wined, be is the reproach and abhorrence
of every honest tran. Mark his countenance
ui the mornent of relaxation from conversa-
lion, ma ousy tnougnts are turnea into Ms ve
ry amil, pondering over the machinations of
his fertile mind. In the gay circle tf festivi
ty, he is the companion of every individual,
and the veteran courtier shines compicuou
in h whole deportment. Easy end affable,
he wins your confi-Ieate, as 'twere, by ma
gic, and seals your affections in a moment
the least suspected. As a .statesman, cun
ning, artful and hypocritical, he gives a gloss,
a false coloring, to his dark designs, and im
poses on credulity his spurious but ambitious
principles, for tbe genuine, unadulterated
maxims of a republican. Such is Aaron
Burr. But he has been detected. The en
lightened citizens of America have rent the
veil that concealed hia traitor soul, and given
him up a prey to remorse and anguish. It
ia ungenerous to triumph over the fallen 4t
is unmanly to clank the chains in the esrs of
the captive. 11 the following paragraphs
then suffice for the present, as an evidence of
the suspicious sentiments entertained of Aa
M For some dsys past, (says the National
Intelligencer) rumour has becu unusually bu
sy in the stories propagsted relative to colo
nel Burr's conduct in the teur which he is
now taklnc ia the Western country. Sug
gestions of the most serious nature are made,
and various motives are escribed to him. It
is said, that there is a design afloat to feel ibe
pulse of the western people relative to a s
paratioft from the Ailantk state. On a sok
jtcl of such vast Imparlance, we shall hsurtf
no light opinion But on one pint we may
be allowed te hold a lanruige in common
with every genuine American. ' The mam,
wAa, nrArr by word or deed, ttu2lftr snK a
deiign, mrriii nnrfrrieJ eneeratien, amdmefm
If tVirv, enZf tKilni iV We bensve alao,
that otr western brtthrea are as srdtotly at
Ucbcd to lbs union, as :ha,tnhal!unu tiany
other stcttqn of lb We have abundance evi.
dence that the most remote suggesiioo ef a
separation Ills their minds with alarm, jtnUy
viewing it as (he most destructive evd whkb
Could U fall the DA."
rets ikt ndtlphia i?ir.
A frntlcmae just arrived from Washing
torn, wkese vsrsttty and comctneaa tnay te
relied en, reports that a letur bad brest rw
tslvcd at that place, by a Hr. llrndcrsoB,
employed In the aavy ywd, frem his brother,
'rttdnt la Kcntuiky, stating that, la cons
1Dce of a tornmotien of the people, who
had declared that Country Independent, he
wss sbont te rtaeve hia family te Ctilpvp.
pet la Virglaia.
The MtkoMS ttstuit ef this rrpoii forbidi e s
to repeat t,he names of the persons implicated
as leaders, until the auth entity of the report
Is fully ascertained.
It is by no meant improbable .that the fol
lowing rumour is conneetee with this impor
tant intelligence, the instance of which we
ire told bad eccupied the executive of the U
ited State - convened in council during four
Jdiysofthe last week. - .; : " , . -
The president of tht United States wa$ ee-
rioosly ' indisposed on Tuesdayaud by the
S latest accounts was still confined. iiu'S
:' Important as the foreign intelligence In this
day'a Register may be considered, it is. less
interesting than the adviees received from tho
western country, which, as we stated-yester-'
I day,- have for some day s pant ' occppled the '
deliberations of the executire, and wiiici, by -the
subjoined extracts of letters from Wash-' '
ingtbn, appear to have, resulted in an order
ibrrfte disputable regular force oftbewion lo
proceed immediately for New-OrJsaas--n ,
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Extract a letter from a gentleman at Wash
, iugton, dted 20th October, 18?6. .
, - w .The brother of a lieutenant of marines in
the barracks iiere, has -written from Mariet
ta, or .wherever else Col. Burr ii that bis
itiohs are suspicious, k in consequence Uiete- r
"of he had moyed his familr back -and inten-
,dcd to remain and protect his property''r-the
lettlr further states, ithat tbivioforroation had '
been laid before the presiding and that ener-.
getic measures were talked of, but, at con
greis would soon meet, , nothing would pro- "
bably be done until their meetings though it
wascoufidently said the marines weri order
ed to proceed immediately for New-Oilcans
under captain Carroick, " ji ,.y
i Another letter says, . ,. , -
M All the marine at Washiogtoa are, or
defed immediately lo New-Orleans.'! - .
, It is reported that a; spirit hostile to the so
vereignty of the General Government ia man
ifesting itself in the state of Kentucky. The
re-port has rwt -reached us in An- Authentic
shape i neither are we,, from our own know
ledge disposed to believe that there is any just
.or reaaonable ground of alarm on this sub
ject. It is very true,' that' several of tbe pa
pars printed in K-entucky have very openly
advocated the right and expediency of dissol
ving their connexion with the Union. . Tlo :
same opinion we know, prevails with many
with regard to the Eastern and Southern
States. .Kentucky is. at present afflicted with
the curse of two violent it inveterate parties t
but their struggle is confined to local k state
politics. Nothing has appeared In print, ei
in that state, or at the seal of government,
to warrant the expectation cf so serious a ca
lamity as a civil war. . i
intraci of Utter from a gentleman tf retjee
. tdibiUlr' in Hambthire iauntr. Man. tm AT.
frund in (he nhinitj of Amhcrit, JV. JJ, da
ted n SrUeiqber last. .... ." , '
" Gen Eaton is. new in this town ; and he
says, that be has seen a letter hut a few day
from Marietta, (Ohio) which informed, that
col. Burr was there, and was undertaking, er
entiekvoting to undtrtake, an expedition-. ;
that he had actually engaged seme boats, and
offered corrmi'siona to a number of young; .
gentlemen, in those parts to engage with him
in what he (Burr) said "would be a laudable
and honorable undertaking." Gen. E. has
no doubt that Burr's intention Is to erect , a
sepcrale government west of the Allegha
Dies, and probably make himself either a
aevercign. or be viceroy te seme foreign
prince. The latter I am inclined to think,
cannot be the motive. . Spain will not be in a
condition to support such a colony as perhaps
France may. Should Burr raise an insur
rection, many things will be necessary, which
we bale think oL
Zntratt ef a tetter J rem GoU'uplis, (a twee'
. milet betaw Marietta) Srpttmter 19.
M Mr. Burr's Intended expeditien is much
talked of here. "He has many proeelitett
and reports are la circulation, that a Urge
number ot bows are miming at Marietta, to
answer his purpose t say 14 or IS, though I
cannot vouch for the exact number not hav
ing been there for some weeks. Yet, it le
certain that there are boats tuilding to de
.seend the Ohio, and il is as certain, that Mr;
Burr made hlmaall very bnty while reaidior
We are Informs J, from e source eniUlrd te
every degree of credit of the tollowint nnr.
tar wbick lauly took place at Bayou Sa
nk. - Two Negri Mm Ail, (the property e4
Daily Chancy ) quarrelled during tbe abacace
ef the family cbailctige was immedisuiy
given and accepted, they found mesas te pro
cure their master's piatols snd repaired to
an appointed spot where they mcsnrcd off
the round, and proceeded eexmdmm'artnm to
obtain Satisfaction frcm each other for the af
front given. At the drat tire one ef the aable
heroines received a hall ia the shoulder and
after ineffectually rodesreur'mg to discharge
her pistol, threw it contemptuously awsy and
the affair ended.
For the Year 1807,
Just received, and for ule at the
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