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7-vV-i.Vry-; i f ' ' ' i ' "'r 'U'." -fW -Aw" "v-'f- " , . V
' y FRIDAY; jllLY y,'l830. ' ,: -- "; 54
Or yictim tumbled flat upon its bark,
That throbs beneath the f acrjficer's knift.1
-; mi.:.. :.Ui. ..'it . . ...
, t,u, w,,,, one aay, yoil are toia Fellcv-Citizen, ' that a,
put ow iu. i uj.,n u0 snores 01 urri- I am the pre.ideDt f the OiBce or tbe
tuck, lnd the other on the raounfams of Bduk'of tha UniUd 8t&te. 1 have an in
Buncombe, straddle the State, and look. terst iioerate amid MltinPt frnm vnnra
dw with contempt and derision on the and that 1 am hottUe to the local banks ;
..-..O. WEEKLY, Bf LVOAS fit HAO.TKT
Threl dollars per yer,
.' . ..ri., K. nui.l in advance. No naDer to tv
l'r's subscription becomes due, ana notice
Lf hall have been eiven, X
K STte?Si55S: S,ate H?U8pi f'"- in every ibi., I underhand i. the fir.t ground ol
wi-ach subsequent insertion i arid, in like 5 gc atid in every clime, have its. force .opposition taken against me. lam no!
jrtion where there is a greater number of la nd influence. C'X&ar once, on a me-' now to become the eulogist of the B.ink
LI han fourteen. The caab must accompany '. tn..i..kt. KU ... nnnn,i of the United State it nnr.ia nn .!.
Rubicon and marched to the cap-, ?erit. have been.ed b, re abl,
S utpvmcnt of at least gl 50 in advance iSUol of his country, said-" civ6 me f oane'er!. a"d ta"nieu llau l am f a
liMdweon .nuance w.u.oui paymenx 01 ar-. moBey j wi, mo behoves "V"" w.i u iw.
,r. no fs at the option tf the editors, - r . . ' . , ,.n . . ,. ' at tbe request of jf iir LetrtsUture, butt-
5 us to vvatch wdl our- republic, p at,edb V own icidu!l .olicit'.tion.,
Political. ricie8 i8 ever attended ttfirml'-lBnd the kiadnesa ohi. director, bav.
; ry. which ends in despotism L placed- m. at-tb bead of it. . In -the
To the Editor of the Halifax Compiler Has COmiioiur luXU$ ti luXUS exit irJ Jf-eourse of irtyTTdniin Btration of its con
llp'Biik.....ie primary source of all ranmdem." The con-iequence h,ve ev.leerna, I have endeavored to demean my
j which, as I understand tbeao, rtqoirrjand happy at home, aiid respected a jtfte character of in x fnifufo iau.
ome remark. broad, while they shall maintain justiccjCuitemers who had accumulated one i
and have entangling enpiionor VfT to pavitieir debl
-in short while the Jtr rfgMliX gnd
d wholesome reeula ft,her- Tbo lh?
the prtstnt evMs, and their destructive er bn sioistrous to governments ; it self with uraanity, with Impartiality, and
iDduenco on ITueriy and equality.' - han in ther eovernmenta promoted the with a AvJ regard to justice towards in-
8IH-rhe times are i,d divhtuals end prp9:Hiui, and t cbal-
iXiWm, and why rwt ihu-Coutrtry ? 'S 7 bitterest enoycf to point to a
rr.3&r s.'!'... .tA stlisie act of neiarilife which hai
Bit,,o. dismal, or pregnant ith
mnrK er 1 to lueir true tnieresis utan too ,. ; ; ' ' -. . - .
IjtlJW ha 9 we
of a sreat and
; rbrs we are all.Jia.ble to mine have been
went. " " -. or the head, oot on Oe beart ind 11
-linn SrW h VKirA SArMn. Li liljl llllin. I IIL f llllVl V k A V W I ,1 UO, - - MT d I. .1 . UI . J r a -a- . I
ilal money was 9carce, mat mo times '" u mciuic iuini refused state or tue nloney marKet, indi
iretard, but frequently without cause: ate greatness and inordinate wealth viula mayv eometjlies have'tbooght
kec.iw(hankin(1 In '1 siiuutions are apt prosperity ripened the principles of ,tle-Uhemelvea aggrieveai.they must refer
urootpTilin, but at present it would seem cay, the Roman citizen degenerated inUbeir grievances 'to the existing state of
Illiere was buiiic i uaauu , nuiu uuo cuu ui jii uspcrn v, Laiainiiy luuoweu tl030 a,ininss, uo udi to a wiso on- my pari, or
ItecD'iiiiien. 10 uv oiuer, uiu cry i rais- the waka ot llieir ruin, anrt . crartuallv mat oi inc .iianK, to distress inem. A
I . i i . :...... r .1 : . t .... , :i . . ... . . ... t.- . .1. .i .1 . n i
Itd, anu lainiumtiuun ui ni
ueTerv part, and reiterated
Uiii' n. Our merchants are
eJaud tumblinsf into ruins-crnshiog in tkp .ai fir infllipiirft vhi,l. '"J judgment, at every hazard j
the banks have in our country
,rhe cry is rais- the wake of their ruin, and gradually' that ot the Utiok, -to distress them. A
listres is Jieard subdued the proud consciousness of free- President of the oilice sf the Bink of the
ted tbro'out the dom anj Kory, and nothing; in my onited Slalei, I hold a high and respon
ire failing, nay - j , Ithouch the events is' to be de- ble-station, whoso duties I am deter-
vyith foreign nations
alliances with none
ntirfilin til imp rt ami iulinlacnmii wMMtrnil
Jons Which, under his administration ""J deVer' 19 1
I'aiSPf! Ilfl lltl to Tarrfaiitttntir . trk tuiuroii anil 'V
respectability, they are 'entitled fa and
shall receive my hearty approbation and
bas in general been governed-by -lbfTaotict-.- vrterWv
maxims winch regulated his mlitica! Ijr?,.
and for so doing, ; while they-cfranfnt!
my admiration, they are cnr- .LJ to wy
gratitude. t (
To you, Fellow-Citizen's I deem It
urineeessary to say- any-yimg more -
!y determined to j? , .
VVrU tf ,s .rccatttia ,
to be taken bf I. 3 hawitXdjs:
h?ciulaubg I j.-iTbey iroj
daTrfValowlv f i t'-ev ean.and after
From th Shepherdstowk ( V T,j In
' '-V' , former,
- Mttr Editor it iarldVnt nmim
oout my . political i nntftka : yon m at my house yeti day, which rery mu
kiiowmr; you 'know .whether ram a astonished me and a number of other
good citizen, attached6, my cottnfry and
it iiiihuuiii;, r wneiner i amtanwor
thj of' .trust nd CfiJ-tVinwtt?
yy I cheerfully leave the result of Ae been washing, and among ' othei thine
epjiroatiiiiig electbn.believing that ybd
wii aome just tee. ,
fl,n respectfully, . --.Your
obedient servanff ',
:S-Hy:M. I A$ CAMERON.
Jo wc Editor oj the Coh.piter.
bad washed a muslin haadkerchief, bt
longing to my wife, being shoot a ha
of a yard square ; it was starched bt
not ironed, and hung on a line in tl,
yard to dry after becoming dry, it roj
from the line and ascended like a balloot
to rather a sloping direction, until it en
tireiy di.nappearetl j when last seen, i
rhe slate of our circulation i is of a most looked like a small star. There ws
curious uescnption. mere is a broad very little air stifing, and there were n
lino flpQurn Imttronn tiin Imnlr maIah vrkLl lri - k
line drawn between the bank notes of the
United States Rank nf varinna rlaap
- . . . . MlhlA amiinrv l man ilni.na .1 n m 1 ,. ud. - . .s .-bmwwu-
i.ininn f- iltlwiiifi-h tho Dt un u 1a f s hA ilo. BmfWU nnwB uuiics a.u ucin- , t.
,kinS-great capitalists are overturn- ' ""rh mined to execute ith fidelity and to the. ' . n tl.e mother
llieifmisiity fall, tbe hopes. he hapni- " " .''V , an(J j appeal to everyhonest ami iiupre-
notes and branch notes of the State Banks
The United States office at Richmond
lne and interest of Ihousau I a inder them u,e avi " "u J- fiudieed heart whether it does not sfme-
lis the wreck of matter and crush of I cannot better give you my idea, Sir, (jon an,i approve a eonsoientinu a nd;wi' take g5 notes issued by the mothei
ItoriJO". of the paneful effects' they have, on the faitRful disclnreo of duty ? So far. from, bank on any of its branches. Tfcese bj
TlieDiftts in our 9tate ffor reasons tr,IR interest of society and government, beio? hostile to tbe local Banks, I feel a' whichever branch issued, are received
mkwiwnto themselves) have refused than to delineate thnt which I have some- deep and lively interest in their prospen- by any branch to whom it is offeed. A
Icojfuy p.-cie for their notes, 1 he conse- wuere lately reaa 111 a newspaper : ') my aoncuuue or meir wmare is uoi man who has theKe in Ins pocket may
Irenes 01 suco a measure, mui aau to nat any corporation, not promorive mc' t nii," " on calculate wnn the utmost confidence,
t.te present euibarrasMmeot of tbe times, of, or essential to public enod, ought not cttllej il bag iein its eomiositioD, for that the branch to which it is offered.
inlgreatly dishonor the S. at?. Some will. to exist : that all banks, wherein indi- Aw"1nont- 'g to boast) lown more wj, laRc u fof g5 towardg ,he lyAymenl
ui srhai are the reason,, which have Tidual9 are interested, are monied mo- U,L" "V.k ial "an"'un of a negotiable note or any sort of deb .
HUu mis niuu vmcnijiUK UJISCUItl--lull nnli ton.linir f.v nial.-w niSi.Fif fn Hinon " " . (-" .
Miraipessure ..f calanfitl and terrible Z r! V.:i3 "7, " " " ' Tr c,arajr ajuch about hostility to them
- .... . - . 111; uv iih iii'iui, vni 111 niv
WMirup.ier ins answer is- easv ana;. , - ... .
They ai e to all intents and purposes us
good in its operations, as a half Eagle.
causes combined !1,,0S who d ; ; not l,nd'nS4a crce tile to tbe local Banks,'6r to wish for any."' five Spanish Dollars,
nd.i thn ;nrvnt ;c,ie ,DCa,)3 wf industry, bat' to profit of n,i0J- ui their welfare f Do you sun- This office will of course take its own
lilt" IIIM 1)1 ... '..!..- .1 T . 1 - I ...
Iatnir..n.ie ? The nmwpr it riv and' . . . .. . . v hui oioirv o uicu cnu i uhyb 10 ue iiui
I till be given: various
Ihi. kail a loin! In fitnrlniu tho nruivnl I "iC ,U
niwn.ii.. .'rpTfc intawtiii-li iii-d' ose means uniustly ; lending to tax pose 1 would turn traitor to mv own iu
........... 3 i.. . r . .1 .. ...... . .. .
Ilnropefor more than 20 jeuts, spread-iine Iiany tor uie oeneni n a icw ; tena- terests r r euow-viiiznsi you all Know
me devastation over the hnest countries, 'g totrcau u privm-ru ui-uer, uuuse. eiiougu ui uumnu umuie muu ctiu'iuucu
mil oeitioying the labor of agest the nil anu pernicious io society j lenaing 11 U1UU uu, " "u Ul -uscs, con
WandraaDW.B trken rrom bis vineyard, to destroy liberty, and create . a power ut be hostile to his interests j and this
Hi farmer from his plough, and the me- unfriendly to htupari happiness ; ten- l,enPl 10 iuOufnce your minds against
eir country During ibis 8nlcracyr more to be deprecated than JZZ
ptfat ra, fondbate America, like nio0aI.chy ilBef ; tending to thexlestrtic- J rf Joek ,Q B,nUtl. d(iC9 the
Imel of old, dwell in safety alone ) ber tioi r c bPst hopes ol man, here and .,... ..... ih -p.P-v.l-rfi
tavetig dropped don due, ik her loun i1(Mttr(f,r" flrui i f.,,.-. tendine to si .,. r:. .i. Jn .. v r .i, irn;f.l
, 11 ti it ki,.ta. - c. Ol lur eiui'.o iuiui iu uui.
uianas a lanu ol coin. mu suit-i n.pnt an-ainsl 1 10 1 br.rtins 0...-.-1 l
1 nt inm FpiI na I hull ni KiirnnP. Iiro-, . ...-... ...... . . " .
-I.-. ...... 3- M VMW " ' ' " ' - 7 I I
tuioiii QL&xery kind commanded the most
I'ibeird of prices ; our farmers' grew rich
teyond all example expectations were
?ued ; tbey became extravagaut in their
wiirei 1 their wants multiplied, anu tue
pM esstou nf one want originated another
tuiil their desires became insatiable. Our
aercbaDU, also, joined in this scene of
otrsvHgmiee : their cupidity, their love
fjain-their at a ice prompted them to
"gnge in such wild sehemes of Hpt cula-
lien and trailic, that it reminds us ot the
visionary propect f the Botith Sea bubble
'Inch burst ruin on the heads of all those
truly say with the l'oet : - were inclined to honor me w tli the high
JUvf vttturcd' l ki httle wautori eoya tnat:, , r h .. ur u, piesentative. Jt
i'Vim on bladders. ' - I .n j- i .ii.n...; .(
its. r 1 I was nor until ai'er srvcioi ki-uucwcu.
of the whole State, as nothing but a to- presentative ? Will it maUmc less hon
tal confusion of things can disclose. est, iees watchful over your interests, or
Ol. r.nmnanii's. Companies vc-lesi zeaioui . 10 iuc uibBirBe u, .t .
bane o honestv, aid ruin of trade, the g.slative .duties r The B,k ol the U
ma,ket of Jobbers ; the harvest of Man Z
agiTS, and .the tools of Knaves and of J, ;igemb ,iu, f( ja . a poof-coin.
Traitors to the happiness of man ! pim,nt (0" the uisdom of your I.egUla-
TTiisor, June 21, 1819.
From the Favetu ville OaxeMe.
TO THB'VOTL ib'OF F AYBT Tt'.VtLTX.
Fellow Citizens, Il was annoiMict'd to
vnn two weeks asro that I would serve
were couceiuid in it. Ihey miht j yu jn the next General Assembly, if you.
uiany nninci s ill a sea vijcjit' i . , if. i 7 I i:,..l !.
;Htti beyond niy 'depth'; my high blown pride talents and respectability had declined be-
Iary, and'ftkl with service, to the mercy le j (0 j,0 wj hes of many of my friends
Warode strewn, that must forever hide me."1 jn p,c$PHting myself to your notice as one,
Added to this, the magnificent style. anj ;t j8 a a,y wbich I owo'to myseif to
i uliich they lived, the more than Asia-!(i,.0ftr?J which 1 do with perfect siucertiy,
tiniiluptuousness. which, taken altoce- t!.t no motive of party ambition, no hos
tli r, would break the back of any, if(tUity against any roan, or any system ol
vcic as Strong as that of the'sire! measures, induced me to become a cundi
fMulc. '1 he banks'too, the bane of date ; but that I was actuated solely by
KebuhiirH. ininpd in tin. rlmriis. and of- an honest wish to be serviceable as iar as
lure to suppose they would saenhee your
interests ot those of the local Banks to it
notes, though comparatively few, of iIm-8
the notes of the mother Bank of Jr'hila
Try them, however, in some moods
anu you wilt find them as humouisome
- I i-i - -JJ - CT
not reasons, and somctinrea-
for this apparent versatility, but that
those reasons at e not always apparent to
their customers. Offer them a ten dol
lar note of the Branch of Norfolk : and
they refuse it. Some reasons may b
assigned for this course, but equally
unfortunate is the customer who presents
at their counter a ten dollar note of the
Washington and New York Branches.
When you come loaded witkthe State
Bank paper, how then do you stand I -They
wili analyse these notes ith criti
cal attention. If they are Northern
Tlaitlr vintea. fhpv arp QflmtcaiMf. at i.tn '
(t .1- ...I. .1... nli n.t I . r
u pon u.e nutiir t . ... , . iiranch rtoteS, tht v arc at ouce reiect
nntktruinnn n fi'tv ,WllII(r v
leave you my eountrymen to say whether
I' -i. . -1 t r I mil ww a a a i. tuir n n li.
Lnt.Hv. hansel am the chief officer . Vlien you approach tie State Banks
,f an in.titutiota established hv the Cov-8gain, y ou will not find an equal iqueam
emmcnt of your own choic, and located 'shncss. 'i Jiey receive their Branch
here at your request, whether you can iu- notes in payment of negotiable notes
fer hostility in me to the local Banks be- But if you deposit them to j our credit,
cuueli rn a large stotkiioluer in them, you liave no richt to draw 'specie loi
arid whe-her a conscientious disieliaige ol them, and lUBt according to the quality rtPPaH 1.2 lb of me best sort, 'I
official'-duties ought not to command the 0f the money deposited, will he that ofJ'.tatoeg, at 20 cents pet bushel
ey ean,and after ,
number of other
who witnessed it. arid I should like l
hear' it accounted for by; JPhilosonhe:
Miiu ntmiuic men. wj aerrant hr
clouds. Whether its ascension was dc
casioned by the peculiar dryness and dm
sity pfthe atmosphere, or from a partie
ular form tat it assumed on leaving th
une, i leave to tne learnea to decide,
This extraordinary fact can be attet
ted by, perhaps, fifty. persons. , .'!
Shephcrdstown, Va. Sjme 10. JV
Mechanical Leeches.. n tho instrtr
men's shewn by Mr. Lerebotirs, ther
is one invented by JStc. Salandiea, phy
Mtian : lr.is used in the stead of leeches
Its advantages are, the exact meJ
tucmenr of the quantity of the blood t
he drawn ; maki; it flow more or Its
rapidly .; the pn luting au effrct whic'
the physicia.nl call resolvent, in a sbpc;
rior manner to that produced by. leecK
- . ti -II I . I. - . ('
aie m i uc uiaiHiiL, -it wri aiso receive es, not creating any pain scarcely i an.
being use! ul in every cotlntry and ill
Sunburfi (Pen.)' June 15
U. in - .
.. ,,:, ua near Shamokin creek",
IkScovered a Lund Tortoise & through ecj;
riosity picked it up. when I bserved tt,
following engraving upon the under 6 he I
. " Thomas MusErave. i 7 1 2 ;"
and immediately bel-.w in large capitals
" KuBEKT llviS I Kit 1790,"
the former having been engraved 108, ail'
be latter 50 years ago. 1 also er g -avet
my own name neiow, ana set tue irorue'
. i-i . . i i .i. :. t,... .
01 ages ai lincriy. I I'nre uus buujociv
a pen mote able to do it justice -
Yours, Sic. J v
Shamokin township June B. 1820.
From the rortsnlmth (wV T) ?racrt
24. h Ju.ie.
CftEAf LtviNO A g iod dinner m
be had in this town every day, durius i
summei, of several of th" bst kiads ofr
hsb.C'iod wheat bread, potatoes, suc
. .... -..
and a buttle of sparkling spruice neer, it
Q I 4 cents to wit
Fish, ssy 1 lb. of halibut or Cod, 2
the money returned. ' Thus if you de-
low-Citizfns! you have other int. rests pusit branch notes, branch notes you
If l ( (1 tpmnt'itii.na In a ilidiided miiltiUl'dr
ll"! facility with which money was ob-
"iwd by all, encouraged idle and friyo
lay in my power to the community iu
which I lived, in which all my interests
are deposited & to which I was under nia-
Inv obligations for past favors. Had any
Wtinprirea and nnerulalions : I can- f. 6..... e .i.k;i;iv hn'v
r . , i . oilier: genueman oi . crjir.iv..i..j "
m but consider the hanks, as the pn nrp.,,,(r11I,v w;., to becomes eanJi-
. . . .J . . .1 . u . .'i
?ary source of he present evils, and il .,Alef i ,0uld glaoly hayf urgii
are not crushtd in time, or proper-cumgtance a8 ttn excuse lo thoi
besides those connected with the B nks
will have oh application.
-hign and important concerns wiiiob. f -understand that if you obtain a dis
we 1 merit your serious "uaiderauoii tie State Banks, it is consider
J..lVm .nn.;.lprAtin af.hat r as payable at the option of the Banks
ic i.w ;,r,c ,m,c in their branch lianer. This is a serious
in the shape of a Bank, played off to daz-: inconvenience to (hose who have to trans
rlfi vour visiou andD-rvert vour iudi-ifer funds from the i State Banks to the
iuen . j United fetates' Office. The consequence!
t..f .. rA i,.ld tht T nm t?.,i,m.i tht lhc Branch notes are, about one
list ! and this with some of thoseftvho! I'cr ccnt; bc,l,w he Northerii notes, in
are opposed tome, is the head and front!1 IC maikef. A broker in other words,
of my offendin?.- Suffer me to remark, "nlc.,, n0lKS wne I,er ccm
') fi'gulatod and ( orrectcd by the people,'
.will, ere long,' destroy the peaceful
Quality f our government, and over-
liIQW thf r.rppnt potsh ishmpnt nt lillU-
'ic liberty. Already we have ex peri-
"fed the ui-uist iiiflueiice &v htch the banks
a vein this State, in a polilicarpoinljofr
the elecjtieJ, franchise, that stable
Nwatk of our liberty is not so pure
N "free aa formerly several counties
'"'liis State have changed their politics,
'ate tlt'Ceiierated from Dure Republican
''ociples to Ihose'understood and prac-J
Ittbo Were anxious that I should be one
those friends 'that I had hoped that1 the time had enne, wl,j.n cx.1 .,,H"Scd ilt0 moiher I,aI)er
by wlicn the watch words of party were
to be made tho oriterions of a candidate's
qualifications for office, and'that tli pc
i iod had arrived when the only questions
to be asked concerning a candidate were,
k is he honest, is he capable, is he faith
ful to thtf constitution." But it seems,
1 was aware that I was placing myself in
a situation to be s'ubjoeted "to 'wupleataut
remarks, perhaps to collision ; I knew
that I whs making a sacrufiee of lime,
which miglrt with much propriety be de
votedr"to -mv private niuiuit, and that
fv. ..ni:.: .i;Qn.nt inn nt" Provi-
ironiBi. ...U.C....5 u.c,-..--..-- m;rw,fl,i nt i,r -wamnlps cp lh,.m
dence, 1 should he placed, it elecieu, in V" "r- .-
situation wberejn 1 could obtain no credit, hy.the general government, and by tne
,avefortbe z- al and fidelity with which good and great of -all parties, thete -are
I iM.arded vnur interests, but should be some amoiic ns w ho would spirit op the
'expiied to much mortification But as no ghost of party to distract y our minds
!f, nilemaQ.had become a candidate, or bad and inflame vour feelines. Fellow-Citi-
tisfd by Federalists. The time w illj expressed, ah 'intention of being so, aud zrns to most of you it is known, and
Airily "arrive, unrcssnhrrrrcnide . keen a'as 1 hn.d as a maxim, which has always .. i :ist to others 1 lrtake the declaration
irWr look out, when the banks- will governed my life, that every man owes j (ate treasure in doing jo, that I have
Uhc democracy of the State, witHbhg.itions to society alwava professed to govern my political
4bea9aa tkiaattan-ii 'ncw born to redeem when called upon, 1 a;; llfe j,'y ,hc maxims f the Father of his
- w u icai eu, our ai'KiBiaiui
'U feel its mighty influence ,
:-". Pliant and powerless toro,
fce ae born infants wound up uiawirths,.
a t - b Jl.-a 1 a I. ...
to the m.utofyotf,rdeemed the ftiere an- on j anu .r uopeuiav uy conuuw u-s
liuRciatt..n of the fact sufficient, nor heen in perfect unison with my prof
.hnutd I now trouble vou with this address, sion. And while the rulersi.f our conn-
but that i hud I aruoi poaed uoon groandsry-shalLendeavour to ,iuake ua'upUed jn adequate notice ; oiiierwis, il is o.
Sir, this is a state of things, which
Cookiiiff, sauce, &c.
One bottle of spruce beer,
WARM B A THING
The followiie remarks of Count Kumroro,
on the subject of irartrt bai hni, wib
not be deemed unseasonable at this time,
Tbe Count has examined it by the tes
or experiments long and frequently re
peated, and bears testimony to its ex
ppl!in( fff.-ets :
It is not-merely on account of4he adi
vantages, says the (JoUnt, which 1 hup
nened to receive frjotn warm bathing
which renders me so niach ad advocat
troubles and annovs manv that deal witlilfur the oraetice. Exclusive ot the whole
the U. States' Bank. I have seen a someness of the wWra bath, the luxuH
customer tender a note of a northern of bathing is so greafejirid tne lf anq '
.ffice,;say N. York; to be shaved iuto "'' mind and body, wwen
the paper ot this' "office, or the mother
State Bank Paper:' the broker, howev
er, refused the premiumand civilly did
it for nothing. 1 have seen State 'Branch
Paper shaved almost under the very nose
oi Bank for Mother Paper.
This is a strange state of things.
flow long is it tocontinue ? how loug n
purpiiienco lobe abused by pupr mill
tations, whiij however well thev are
Lconducted, .or by whatever principle?-
tbey are actuated, lead to a state Off so
cieiy, which finds its prototype in tbt
confusion of tongues at babel r
'One rule, sir, appears to ue. reanona
bleand -necessary,, that none of ibes.
banks should make a material change ii
tLe papers they will receive withoijf giv
..ioiinU jai.i,tfnl.vthat I tbinl
it quite impossible to recommend it totj
tronglv, if wf consider it merely as f
onal and elegant refinement. The
naiiiier in which the w;arni bath operates
continues ttte Count, in producing lis sa
lutary eons' qtiences, seems very evident
ins pemai ivai miii wn ca is ttuuiicu v w
a - a . i
he skin, in the place of the eold air oil
he atinoiDhare bv which We are eomJ
monjy surrounded, expand all those ve-j
y small vessels, Where tne exiremiue
if lh' Artnn'pa anil vnin. uni fp. and bv
gently stimulating the whole frame, pro4
uees a full and free circulation, which
l continued for a certain time, removes
vli obstructions jn the vascular systec-j
nd puts all the organs in.to.that state ot'
liar, free and full motion, which tr
ssentiai to he&uh, and also to tat flf-