ClLiRLOTTE, X C. TVESDAY, OCTOBEB S6, 1824.
I Priil.ISIICD WKEKLT
Bv LEMUEL BLNGHAM,*
|aT three DOtLAES A TEAR, PAID IN ADVAJTCS.
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requested to note on the marg-in the number of
iiisci-tions, or they will be continued until forbid,
I Sind charg-cd aceording‘l}%
QUAM'K O CANAL LOrrEHY.
A. M’lNTVIti:, MANAGER.
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nation and pt nnutation of '27 numbers.
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tlic 25th (lay of mber, or at a much earlier
i-i iy, if tlic sale of tickets will waiTant it.
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tion lit till*
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ind information generally, may be had gratis.
'llOLl. 'I'ICKET $5 00 I (iUAUTEUS $1 25
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ast *20, h ss the 15 per cent., may also be had
'.ir-IJ dollars. —^Itl—
IllE annual meetings of the
Mr r file n hurg J^ricu I tv ral
Svcktij will take jjlace on the
953f!6s»l.ast SatTirday in this month,
lu membi rs of the Society are requested to
tUiidat 11 o’clock, A. M.
J. SMITH, Rec'J. Scc'ri/.
October 7, 1824.—3t4
N. B. The book, containing’ the constitution
nd records of the Society, ii:is been mislaid or
Dst; any intbrinalion rcspcctmi’- it will be thank-
'tdly received. '
Parkcts tor IMiilaclelpltia.
^'11K subscni)er iiavinf,'- est.ibiished a
-il. l.ine ol I'AI Kt, I s between i’hda-
lelpiiiaand W dminj' ton, N.C. takes thismctliod
o acquaint the public,ihiit a \ essel will leave W il-
lin^'ton, N. ('. every 10da} s. Produce intendeil
or this convex ance, will be received andforw ard-
d by Duncan 'rhompsen, I’-sq. of I'ayettL villc,
nd .M> ssrs. blow &. W hittier, ol' U ilminji’ton,
t the lowest rates of freight, and least expense
ossible. Having-three g-ood vessels in the trade,
ojnmanded b\ careful captains, well HC(iuainted
vitii the coast, and cabins well fitteu for the ac-
onmiodation of pa;,sen|'ei-s, he trusts to meet
■vith encouragement. Philadelphia, with its en-
irons, has become so great a manufacturing'
lace, tiiat eotton can be sold to some e.Menl,
iMil advantaf'e to the owners, the consumption
jeiiu;’ at present al)Out lwent_\ thousand bales
'er annum, and will noloubt be soon ji^reuler.
JAMES PATTU.N, jun.
L uiit luIb.siun Men-hunt,
N«. ?3, North 1-ront-bt. Philadelphia.
Srptcnikr .iO, 1K24.—3mtl4
\itt\Si, A V* riv\\geA\vi‘.lA.
G. KI:M)KI( K
AVING declined business in his individual
Ciipacity, Ik rewlth tendera h;s siiu'ere
j^HE subscriber has removed from his late
4k stand, to the HKICK STORE, adjoining-
Mr. John Irwin’s, on the north corner j where
ho will be happy to wait on his customers, as
heretofore, and will use'his best exertions to
g-ivc satisf-tction to all who may call on him.
He requests all those indebted to him, either
by book account or note, t*> call and settle ; but
particularly those; whose notes and accounts arc
of one and two ycari’ standing'.
Charlotte, Oct. 15, 1824.--3t5
Coach, SigHn House Ornamen!aI
METURNS his thanks to his friends and the
public, for the libera! «;ncourag-enient w Inch
he has already received, and respectfullv solicits
a continuance of patronage. He is prepared
to do all kinds of Painting- in his line ; and cus
tomers may depend on having their work neat
ly executed, and with despatch.
dj" Painting in the country will be done on
ChurloUe, Odohcr A, 1824.—Itf
U ^MLL give twenty-five’dollars for
Jl- the apprehension and securing in
any jail in this State, so that I get him
again, a negro man bv the name of
VMACK or MAC KLIN,’about 21 or 22
years of age. 1 purchased said negro
from William G. Hovers, of the county
of Granville, some time in February last; and
I understitod he was raised fay a man by the
name of Williams, in Franklin county, N. C.—
He ran away somt;Jtimc in July last. Any com
munication on the subject, will be thankfully
received, if addressed to the subscriber, living
in Mecklenburg^countv, N..C.
THOS. P. BRRHYHILL.
Mfchhnburg Co. Oct. 10, 1824.—3tf
0;j*The editors of the Raleifi:h Register will
give the above ten insertions in their paper, and
forward their account to this oflice for payment.
hanks to ins fn nd'i and patrons, fur tJie libei
iicouragi iiieiil tliey ti;ive givei. him, tiius i':ir;
ad he 1 upes llu \ u iil lay bmi under reiKirrd
'l)ligatioiis, l(v cidliii;^'-, as jsoo.n as eonvi ni nt, |
lid settling t!icii- ri sjx ciive aceoniits, as tln'\
ill 1iui-el)\ put it in h:s ])o\\er to ucveVe his
xclublve utteiuion to ilie toiljv. im>-
Kr.vTiRirK if Ain.iiv vTiiv h:u itijvuniu d tlnm-
elv(sin the- .M'.-re:iiitiic l!iisi:!.'.-,s, r( ,sp( i lt;ili\
n\.foull iM.rsons vvi.shingto i)Ur. base tiOOl).-^,
o eail :uul I \aniiiie t.ii ii' stuck.
I 111 y pletin'e tlieiiiS'Im s to be faillsfiil and
to j.ll order-, erii iisti'd to them, and io
; tncir i-ii K- iviii's to pK :;ii- ani.1 aceoni-
I'lihit .ill who iiiuy e.dl upoiiihein.
' /m./•/.,///, ,S',y /. „o, U-ij.'.—;t'l
Hill., '.siib.scribers li.i\c ('ouunoncrd the .above
-J biisme.^s in cu-jiartiK-raliip, and the} hope,
'h' lr iii(hiitr\ :nul siipeiior workuiansliij), to
K-r.t the contiiiiiaii.in ot ;i liberal patroir.i^e.
The suhscribor cxpcets in a feu wei ks to re.
froiii PlulKielpliia ;ui as.-.ortnieiii ot the
'■ 1 ItlM.MlNG:;, uliieli heUili sell |t)'.»- lor
frui he SOLI),
■j '' I iicsd:iy, tlu- id Xd\ c udH-r ne\t, by Cfni-
" '; iH t.f tiui heirs of Nu iic.las (.ilmny, dv
o iiuhdrf d acres of l..\M), ImmV two
•>' > west of Ch;u-lotte, joiliilin- tlie'l;ni.is (,f
'■ Li (J. Also, a ;iu.ill t ract joining
ot litty at-res. 'i’licr" are to'h rulde
'■p-.cv. iiic nlsoM !h,i!i pl.u-r.s. \ |„- al)o^ e hm.ls
" so ni.,|, the town c.f r |,:it lotfe, will render
et Worthy the attention o^ speeula-
le will be made known on that
J V MLS I',I OVS.
ti* (.1-V MAXwr.i r.
" ft ale.
WILL be sold, for cash, at the Court-Hotise
in Charlotte, on Monday, the 22d day of
November next, the following tracts of land,
A tract of land, the property of Samuel J.
Hutcheson, containing two hundred acre.s, on
w hich he now live.s, adjoining William D.u idson
and others, to satisfy three executions, one in
favor of Thomas G. Polk, (Uiardian ; one in la-
vor of William Carson; and" oi.c in favor of
Hammit, against said Iluichcson.
Also, a tract of huid, the propcvty of John
Coiinaly, adjoining James l).Luca.i and others,
to sat'sfy an execution in favor of Patrick John
son, against saitl ('onnaly and .lames 1). l.ucas.
Also, a tract of land, the property of the heirs
at law of Isa:ic lleaty, deceased, adjoining Mo
ses Beaty and others, to satisfy an execution
in favor of Thonius Boyd, Esq.
Also, a tract of land, the properly of William
Hargrove, to satisfy an execution in favor of D.
Also, a tract of land, containing twentv acrcs,
the property of Walter Fairas, and his Interest
in the tindivided lands of John Wilson, dec as’tl,
to satisfy an execution in favor of Joseph Keed.
Also, a tract of land, the property of William
Hartt, at Beattie’s Ford, to s.itisfy an execution
in fa' »r of Robert Black.
Also, a tract of land of fif*y acrcs, joining
Brinkly Richardson, on Cane creek, the proper
ty of Shered Jones, to satisfy an execution in
favor of M illiam M’Neely.
Also, a tract of land, containing 150 acres, the
proj;erty of M illiam Johnson, on which he now
iives, to satisfy an execution in favor of John
Also, a tract of lavd, the propertv of .\lexan-
ik r Hobison, adjoiniiijf Jas. ‘Jaxweil anl otlu i-s,
to satisfy an execution in favor of James H. Hu-
Also, a tract of land, the properly of Samiifl
F irr. ailjinniiii;' \V'ili;iin Hnjwii, to satisfy an ex
ecution in fivorof John M’U)V.
A1.S0, a tr;.ct of land, the properly of Amlrew
Dunn, acljoining Andrew I.cwiiig and others,
to satisfy two eNcciifions, one in liivor of .lohn
liraliaui, and one in favor of i.auson M’(,'uy.
Also, two tracts ol land, llie ) t'])erty of I'.wi.-ll
Ale\aiid r, one oi' tuo orthi-ee iiuiiilred acres,
Ol! wiiich lie now lives, ailj' ining M’Croske}
anl otl.i Ts, and on-v- of one hiin(ire(l acres, ad-
joiniii};- Slams Sc ll.irt;:;, to s'tii-ly an t Nemtion
in f.i\ur ol John LoMso''. ;.;;-iiiis1 said I'.-.vell
AleKiuider, St( plu n Alex.iiKk riiiid (leo. A!h:n.
MicliktiLurij Count J.
U>'\.lr 11, is:!.—5t7
/"I'llir, t’oikiwin;.;' tracts of land will be sold for
X iisli. at the (’oiiri-Ilouse in ('!i.»rioiti-, on
t!ie lou'.tli Mond: \ in No'eiiibe!', lo satish the
t.ixes (lue for liSJJ and i8J.> .—
In Cajituin II(n\i:^ruvi:'s ( ontfKiiif/.
}’.(') acres, n-tuniedln Anderson lU-.ity, 1323.
l.vl ix-tiiilied i)\ .\ndriu Dun, 1823.
.iU9 acres, returned by .lohn \\ . Knig, 1S23.
ljUa':ri s, beloiM^in.'^- to tiu lh ir-> of Kobi.rt
M--( I.I'd, drc ear.eil, not 4isted for 1H2J.
1 -i ’> aer.;, retin iK d by (leovge Nicl'.olson, for
ijOO acre;,, less or more, ht longin.iir to tlie heirs
of liobcrt Alt \ander, deceased, not listed for
Jn ('nfitfun V, lack tv ami's Citniiiany.
G8a ri.s, w hen on Aku-Mia Urow ii no\>' lives,
not listed for 1822 nor 1823.
50 a.cres, In longing to Samuel H. Elliott, for
18'JJ an.! 1823, not listed.
.ji> aert s, less or moi i-, the prope’-ty of Sarali
Owens, tor 1822 and not listed.
l.iO acres, lessor more, belonging; to the heirs
of Fraiv'is Lewi.s, deceased, hn- 18..2 aiul 182
SAMM:!- M‘C()MM, shmjf}’.
7?V A. Ct.A'KK, Ihiiut'.j SluriJ]'.
Oct. 12, 18J1. ts.
FHOM TUE V. s. LITEHART GAZETTE.
Dost thou idly ask to hear,
At what gentle seasons
Nyitiphs relent, when lovers near
Press the tenderest reasons ?
Ah, they give their faith too oft
To the c:u*eless wooer;
Maidens’ hearts are always soft,
Would that men’s were trueri
■Woo the fair one when around
Eai’ly birds arc singing;
When, o’er all the fragrant ground.
Early herbs arc springing;
When the brookside, brink and grove
All with blossoms laden.
Shine with beauty, breathe of love,—»
Woo the timid maiden.
W'oo her, when, with rosy blush,
Summer eve is sinking.
When, on rills that softly gush
Stars are softly winking ;
When, thro’ boughs that knit the bower,
Moonlight gleams are stealing j
Woo her, till the gentle hour
Wakes a gentler feeling.
Woo her, when autumnal dyes
Tinge the woody mountains.
When the drooping foliage lies
In the half choked fountains;
Let the scene that tells how fast
Youth is passing over,
Warn her, ere her bloom is past,
To secure her lover.
Woo her when the north winds call
At tiie lattice nightly,
When, within the cheerful hall
Blaze the faggots brightly;
W hile the wintry tempest round,
Sweeps the landscape hoary.
Sweeter in her ear shall sound
Love’# delightful story.
Quoth Ilarrj- to his friend one day,
“ Would, Richard, I’d thy head!”
“ What wilt thou give for t(Dick replied,)
“ The bargain’s quickly made,”
“ iVv head and all my books I’d five,
“ AMth readiness and freedom
“ I’d take thy books; but, with thy head,
“ Gadzooks! I ne’r could read ’em!”
roil TUE CATAWUA JOCRNaL.
Labor omnia vincit
Perseverance, or patient industry, overcomes all
No one expression admits of a more
rjenei’al applicutioii tlian the above ; it Is
tMjuaily applicable to the pliilosoplier who
s(’arch**s the hearts of men, and tlio huni-
l)Ie hushaiidman w ho ctiillvutes liic earth
fur sustenance ; to the proibuiul mathe
matician and the nicehanic. It v*as be
cause he kin.'w tlie truth of the above cx-
])rcKsioii, that Columbus attended patl'.-nt-
ly for years, at tiie courts of F.ui«.»pe, re-
(jueslintj id y.iiti tho governnieiils lo i.i-
iortl iiim stich assistaiiCe as wouhl enable
itim to prosecute his objrct. It v.as this
lhat niadv hint venUire in an unkiiou n se:t,
litid amltlsl the threatenin,ys of imilinotts
crews, lo preserve th'al ])rcsetKe ol'ji.i'i l
which led to ultimaie success.
\\'hal other means l)ut this, coi;I(l liav>
.‘ic, kt thi5 oirii ".
country, I frequently observe bad fences,
and these surrounded by thickets of bri
ars, and numerous other defects in farm
ing, which even I, though not a farmer,
can point out j on inquiring the cause of
this, you will immediately be told, that it
is impossible to do right: but why is it
that others, in similar circumstanccs,
farm well? It must be, because they
spend their time in moderate but constant
labor, while the other wastes his at the
grog-shop, shooting matches, Sic. Stc. 1
trequently observe mechanics, who entei-
the world with equal opporti'.nities of
wealth and prosperity j some will becomc
respectable and wealthy members of so
ciety, while others either possess no more
wealth than when they commenced busi
ness, or despair has seized them, and they
end their existence by intemperance. 1
can attribute no other cause for their fail
ure, than not duly observing the poet’s
precept. Merchants, and all other per
sons, of whatever vocation, unless they
take this precept as a guide for their ac
tions, cannot expect to .succeed in busi
But chiefly he who would wish his-
name enrolled among the great, learned
or useful, must pay parliculur allenliun
to the advice of the poet. We luight as
v, ell try to slop the flight of time, as lo
become either of these, in an eminent de
gree, without application.
Youth or men, who do not apply them
selves, may dazile for a while j but their
names and ,'ictions will sink with them
selves into oblivion, liut they, who de
termine to follow, with a steady mind,
the precept of Virgil, who so well knew
its necessity, may hope that their names,
like his, will be iitlered by future ages
with praise, and may stand as an example
for the youth of ages yet to come.
Numerous insLitnces from biography
might be related to prove this, but it is
unnecessary ; for who can fell me of one
person, whose name has been handed
down.to us with thudesiral)le. title of wise,
good or great, u’tless it was obtained by
persevering industry } \Viih these sen-
lintents for his gtiide, the student w'iil
with pleasure yvithdrav/ from the noisy
bustle of lil'i-, and with attention poie over
works which have long since outlived their
authors. A RIXLUSE.
FROM THE XATIONAL (iiZETTE.
We have read with gieat pleasure, a
considerable part of the Narrative of
Major Long's Second Expedition—that
to the source of St. Peters river. It will
consist of two octavo volumes, and be
soon issued by Messrs. Carey Sc Lea. It
has been jirepared for the press Ny Pi-o-
fessor Ke-jtingof the University, wlio ac
companied the expedition, as mineralo
gist and" geologist. The work aljounds
in such observations in ])hysical science
as appertained to iht; journey and its ob
jects, and contains the most curious and
copious details concerning Indian life and
\\’ishing to ascertain what ideas the
Sauk Indians had of moral excellence, one
of the exploring party asked iheir chief,
Wcnnebta, w'hat,in their opinion, ccnsli-
tuted a good man. He immediately re
“Ii; order to entitle him to this aivnellation, an
Indian ought to be niild in bis manners, aHalde
to all, uni/ jturliculurli/ no to his m/uaw. His hos
pitality oiigiit to be bouiulless; his cubin, as w'ell
as all he c.in procure, hliouKl be at the disposal
of any one w ho visits him. Should h>- r-c ;c
jirescnto, he ought todi\ide them ainon;, tlie
vonng men of his tribe, reserving no sliajc for
iiut v. Iiut lie chiefly considered as char-
act( riiilic of a good man wa« to be mild
i.!t!(l not (piari elsoiiie wl;en inlo.\acaled.
‘•A g(iO(l man,” he arlded, “ sliotild liu\e
as mau) wives as he can .supj)Oi t.”
All tb.e Indiana, acc.orfliiiLc to tlie nar-
, , V- I 1 , ,, ra'ivf, ljclij\e in gli'jsls or pluniloiiiS. A
New ion lo imKhKc culhe«o.l>l r.antior,.,! lluu
biime discoveries‘ ’
his sublime d
What i)ut this, could have rai'jed our
own I’ranklin from a poor print'-r’s b(/v
to a philo^o[)bi r and stun-snran of exalt
ed rank; the lionor of his count! y'and
the boast of the transatlantic world ?
Not only bioi^rajjhy presents to our
view innumeral>le instances of the trut!i
of this expression ; btit time, as it rolls
on, lea\e;i frequent testimonies of its cor
^^■ho could have predicted, two c'-ntu-
riesback, that this country, whos(^ wide
eMended woods then echo(-d only to tlie
\t)ice of the savag', the howl of wild
i)'.'asls, as they wandered in sesirch of prt-y,
and the shrieking of wild birds as they
performed their circles in the air, should
liecoine a nation inde])etident uiid of c\-
ahed standing! whose ships slioiild \ isill
cverv shori-, and whosi; \\;i'
*jiice, )H ;ipi)roachIng in the ni:.,ht a \il-
la'^e of Otiawas, lu^ found th‘- inha!'ilaats
in confusion ; lliey w ere !)us;ly (i./ aged
in raisingthe loutlest and ino..t disetjrdant
tioises. U[)on entjuiry he learned lhat a
battle Iiad lately been taught be?ween tl\e
[Ottawas and the Kickapoos, and that Iho
object of all this bubhtih v.-as to pieveni
lltc ghosts of the departed combatants
from entei iiig the village.
BatUc oji Luc. -Hiver —W’e
tnulfr-it:uul irom a ponlleniaii of veraci-
I ly, that, a man beloiigin::; to (‘ajit. llick-
1 jiioii’s eonipany (p.iinie not known,) has
j arrived iit Frankfort, havinp; recently
I rseaiKjd Irofn tlie Indirins, who took
him |)risoi;er at that battle, and reports,
M.oiiin Msii I Major Grave, ofwho wa.«;
-ks d hu-ra-l . , : ’ . . •/ .
able to obtain. Amons; them wa.s a
1 from Shelby Covnty^ who belong
ed to Major Ballard’s company. The
rospcetability of the source from whence
this information is derived, leaves no
doubt of its correetness. The gentle
man is now in Frankfort, Ky.
Ejrtra nr diary TVandercr.—The Ga
zette of Minsent, in Prussia, mentions
the death of an extraordinary man, who,
without countr}’’ or fortune, travclletl
over different pans of Europe for the
last forty-five years, and had communi
cation with the learned, and particularl;,''
with the antiquaries, on account of tlu;
researches in whiji.li ho was etic;.ig;o(l lu
the ancient lanp;ua2;es of Scandinavia.
On his return, a yeara2;o, from a joiit-
ney which he made on foot thro’ Franco, ♦
Spain, Italy, Iluhcjary, and Austria, he
remained some time in IVIeeklenbur;^;
after which he wont by the south of Ger
many to Naj)les: there ho wa.s imprison
ed, heins; siispeeted of Carbonarisni.
On beint:; released, he sot out to roftn ri
to Germany, and (lied at a small villacjo
2 lca;;uos from Venice, in a state (d g' cat.
lestlliilion. It is not known vvhai has
become of his manuscripts, and of some
remarkal)Io anti(|uities which healway.s
carried with him. lie was endo\/eJ
with a prodij^ioMS memory and knew a
multitude of thini>;s. He earrie«l, as it
were, wliole libraries in his head, anil
he transported, with considerable la*
hour, durin;; his lone; journeys, whole
tlphabets and characters of the 8ean-
linavian and Runic tongue. His name
was Martln Fkederick Arendt, and
he was born in Holstein.
Extrar.f of a b ttcr from a gentleman in Roston
to hisfrietid in Washington City.
“ Mr, Adams was received here, and in
the neighborhood, w ith the greatest at
tention, by the most rcspeclable gentle
men of all parties, who ^re unanimous in
w ishing lor his election. Nobody in this,
quarter are oj)posed to il, except a small
remnant of the old Essex jutUa; which
retains its bitterness, alihoufyh it has lost
its force. It has nov/ sunk back into its
original seats, and bus no activity or in-
lluciice out of Salem. luven tliere it i.s
in a minority. When I say I me-an,
of cours.', to reckott as nothing the little
knot of discontented young men w ho pub
lish th.e Statesman at Boston. 'Fhey have
no inlliience here, or in any oilier pari of
the state ; aud, to say the best of them,
have no character to lose, as you ntay well
suppose, from their manner of conduct
ing their paper. In faci, they are mere
machines ; and the springs that set them
in motion, are not within the limits of
Xew-England, or, at least, of Massachu
“ You have seen, in the newspapers, the
public disavowal by (lov. Eustis and Ciov.
lirooks, of their nomination as l-'.leclors,
by our little Crawford cabal, ilolh these
gentlemen are among the firmest and most
(lerided adherents of Mr. Adunis, in this
part of the country ; and the fact was
perfectly well known lo those who at
tempted to make use; of tlieir names.—
The proceeding appearcvl, in tlie first in
stance, so coniemplilde, and even ludi
crous, that the two genllemen thought it
unworthy of any public notice. Einding,
however, that the same farce was repeat
ed in two or three di'Vt-rent counties, and
lhat the sui^ject was not so well under
stood, ill tilt wther sections of the Union
as il is here, they decnied it expedient to
come out togell’.cr, with an open disavow
al ; a!il have done it, in tl-.e most decisive
and digniiied manner. Our lilile oppo
sition cabal, who are. lost to all sense of
deci ni.y, as well as i’ll regard for princi
ple. afl’ected, al iirst. to doubt the aiilhen-
ti( ity d' the declaraliun, although il ap-
l)ean;d odiciaily the same day iti two pa-
'I’hey have sini (* com haled to ad
mit il, aud are now (juite ul a loss bow lt»
act. Their ticket, as lias bccu somewhat
()uainlly observerl, h tH'/iiiuleiJ; ami they
have nobody, at ali known lo ihe pu!)li»,
whom ll;i-y can i)Ul in jjlace of the two
(io\ernors, unless il lie ilie 1 Ion. 'rimothy
Pickci-ing, and t!ie Hon. .lonuilian llussell,
whose nauK's ai-e enough to ruin any cause.
'I'lie New-York PofU afTei is lo suppose
ihai Messrs. l:'usiis and iJrooks ha(l been
noininaed by the friends of .Mr. Adams,
and d -dined, that they might not be o-
hliged lo vote for him. Is this consum
mate ignorance, or plain unblushing false
lure be reinl by almost e\erv nation:—
sail! lo i)e anionf; the slain, is .y//// a/ti'r.
Well might wt> exclaiin w'iVh''tlie iVoiViaii i ‘''"‘I ^ lu’isoner :unonf;-tho Pottawataniy
poet—‘-Labor onmia vincit improbus.” j tribe ol Indians. This man was well
Having thus given some examples of'" Graves, and fmiueiitly
the truth of the motto at the head of this j amont; them. He also stati-s,
t!Ssay, 1 will now proceed to .stale some of i there are several other persons dis-
t!ie ad\antages lhat may result from the|'ributed among the Indians, taken at
Th'-re w’as foinierly a person in the
land of “ steady hal)ils,” who, for years,
\\h«'U a( (.obted by his neigiibui s w ith the
salutat on of‘‘how' do \ou do:’’ invaria-
!)ly returned for answer, ‘*I am a little
Burns, the poet, always quoted with
the most live'y a;)]irob..tion the i)i ayerof
the Scottish Cob'er, “Lord! bCuU US It
pri-ctirc of i*. In ti.y r: r'.ii-sioir.i to tlic;thut batik-, whose nauicb nvu Avcrc iioligoucl coiictiuo’uuiscls