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"$c ihi U GoD, io jjot(foi4i)1iNj, io jour
CHARLOTTE, 3XT. C, .TJG-TJSI" 1G, 1858,
gOLTON & WILLIAMSON,
Kimons a.nij l'lici'in trows.
was not only an anomaly in hi, own family,' possess tho company in f;ivor ot liU anility,
but to the vliolo liuiuau family. I " lo von liud it T" asked ho for th;: third
If, jllll -1 L-
Ile saw the strucirlcs of Mrs. Berkley, time, while the lawyer was eneaeed in one n
and when her little property was almost ' i tijjr the secretary.
exhausted by her endeavors to bring up her " It was in this draw," answered 'Squire
two children in a creditable manner, he as- Marlowe ; " but I do not sec it now."
I ' 5omo other draw, perhaps" suggested
j Mr. llerkley, nervou-ly ; " it inut Lc tliere."
' " I should think not, and the Squire mio-
T1( .'..rl!i-"ir..liii " '"IS '" "rdtu to
ri.HTB 'I' " I .1 1- I ' - . i-
Htl lHI.I.AIi! ..M' rir 1 1 iL.ipn Vf' until,, uu gmc
dtl.iv-tl lur nine llliilitill., anu hi ii. , ui an i-yuvuiwn wcivny- u prillCCSS.
ills jeur. .so paper ism
1 ". .1 mill! all tK-te art paid, .
irnl. inserted all lilt -'Pr square
(Ljjc aalorlD s J"air.
J'V o tlie XrtO York TilHrs.
THE CHEAT EXUHHTlOX.
I:rs.rijfiir Anuisis of the Cui.lrnts of the
( rtjitu Valuer liu tr Maciius C'Ulon .
If Us. lieu It let
uts lor caul, citiiliiiuancr, I nun ud.
mil Khcritl ' Sales charccd '2i per
1 - .I...I... t...n nl 'I'ii ru T .Hi. Will
,u,iK iwii "ic re jui. r prut., .m ....... ..-i. - -j
AVords, invented the pmn r-lmmi by wbie.h into fabrics for the comfort and convenience feet, with blue-vuincd, dark grcjn leaves;
weaving was also dune by machinery, and 'f men, is furnished by the United Stale, it bears pnlc yellow flowers, which fall oft
with very fiicni rapidity. The very first '!' the amount .consumed in Great llritjin, and leave triangular pod, with a triple
process of nil, that ol clcu'iin;: the cotton it is stated on good authority, that &4 per cell. The pod, as it ripens, bursts, prcteut-
m-paratiug ti e fibre from the seed, to which ei i t, i.s id' North American growth. .Siren- iu a white or yellowish down in three loekf,
it adheres with considerable tenacity and nous elloits have been made at various t-I i nrt ri 15 cbiely to the fcced. . The seed is
ol'otherw ie pn pai in' it by eu'.chinpread- times by the KiiL'li'h (jovernnu nt, to pro- planted in the Spring am! the cotton path-
iiiL'. caidiiiL' and roviiiL'. for sniiiniiur. still mote the cultivation of cotton in other eouu- tred in the Fall. '1 lie United Stale culli-
llcibcrt was an orphan. The benevolent " I shouid think not. and the Suuire mo- Crutalliilucr liuw MutciiusC'Uloii. ,,.mi,j1L.,i to be t.c i lurm d bv haml until tries, in order to eseanc that complete depen- vation is conducted with treat care, and the
bachelor, in the goodness of his heart, had mental ily suspended the occupation to scru-1 The visitor who enters the Crystal I'alaec 11 Ml, when Mr. J'.li Whitney, an Anieri- denee she now expel ienccs upon the United cotton exceeds in value the Jiabt Indian co
adopted him and brought him up as his own tinue the coiiutetiancn of hi., intcrrogatcr. 'on Forty-Second-street.lurns directly to the can, invrnted the '-trfoii pin, "which c.ave a Slates for her supplies.' It is known that tivation.
son. Ho had graduated at Harvard only " Oh, it mu-t be there it can t be mis- left between the Maireases, and passes new character to the growth, as well to Ibis plant will prow in ninny other couu- 'I bis cpeou is aid to be the most useful,
a year btuTO tlie ii -. !. of I1'-1 -Ij.i.. I 31 .i turncd Berkley, lidgetting in every tbrou-.'h the courts of Itacoralivc Ait, will the munulaeture, of cotton. There are to tries. It is cultivated ;ill over India, the and is cultivated everywhere where the cli
tor. Having a strong desire to engage in direction, to the awakening of many nit-pi- find himself in the American court or Uaw machines l.r 1 lb cling ibis object one called provinces of Bengal and Agra producing the mate and hoij I are nuitablo. Most of tlio
mercantile pursuits, Mr. Berkley had pro- cious in tho minds of tho-c present. Materials: and if ho will take the trouble the loHina-pui, applicable mainly to those best. It is found al-o in Btiti.-h Cuiana, in samples in ixliibitioii arc of this aiiety.
mt - , .11 .111. mill auilitllVII Him Itll VIII 1IUUU 111 .eUleelllUWllllllelJ,.iI.4l;H-,'"w, inii hui 'iullllll.l Ul I I'llHII III - lilt ll UlU llllll iiim, Vl.ll.1 ..imwh, win. vu .uv VHima
. y""u'K " ' . . J 1'hiUdelphia. ley V asked Mr. Marlowe. I tcmU along tho windows in court 2i of di- docs not adhere to the seed with very great of the Niger, .in Gambia, c, where it is .Va I-land, anft, -ft f this, nnd coinpnro
1. 1 . ' .. 1 I.. I... ..... a A... 1. . '. .. V . .. ..I'l . I 1 I I . .A ... - .... .1H.1I.U ntnill..ilii.a n .1... .1. . I. .... ... . .. II I.
ii- r "5 crnl. i'l'r nqu..rc lor cjcii uiiiv. I vuiiii was consiaiii os a guardian ppiru .evcr saw ll ill my hut , never Miouia umuii a, iiu nm tw auu'" ? uunmi..i.c uy ii-ii.ii-nj , anu i ue ui iht, ine aitit wuun
r'l1'.' . i i i i . ..... i . . . . i i .1 . .. - ..." .. :n .. I . . I : . ij .ii.t i . i i
i ' ill ltii rs on bu-iiii must be directed to ' upon uer uncle ouring His protracted ill- liove Ktiowu there was a will, H 1 uad not jecis, wnicn closer inspeen u win snow io oo is useu iur an uie i,l-si hums 01 couon. i;y
a..l be jiuiuiiil t. . - Llan-erous chaiacter until 'a few days be- troi.inz if," replied Berkley, with u auddco r " States.' He will a!-a ho a specimen of two roller, revolving so nearly in rot, tact,
jj rrincnti c-n be in e to cither. fore his death, Herbert had not been sent appeal ance of self-pooc-.-iou.
11'wlni. Mcr arc Buthortied to set aiajen t. for, a step w hich John Berkley, for reasons "Is it possible! l'ray what did he
of his own ctrcnuously opposed. my !
i When the physieiati suddenly di-covercd ' Well, I can hardly tell; I did not pay
the fatal turn in his dUease, Bobert desired mueh altentiou to him."
that Herbert should be initnntly summoned. '' Vou did not ! what, when he spoke of
Julia was writing the letter, when her fat 1. - destroying a Wiil which so deeply concerned
cr alteinplcd to pursuade her not to neud it you!'' exclaimed Mr. Marlowe, ii:Tcdu-
to deceive licr uncle in relation it. lie ou-ly
assured her that it was not lor her interest,
or that of her family, to send for hiui.
i Julia, as may well be i.ippo-ed, was
s-hocked at this reasoning. Mjc had not
pveti her father the credit of huv in; a heart
half so uepruvedi Of course, the resi-ted
his influence, and promptly relWd to be
; the inedium of so vile a deception.
I wanted him to do ju-t as he ph ased
the Ci.tlon plant in thu seed, tiled upon a that the size of the seed prevents it from
board so ai to slio, in some degree, tli.; lollowmg the hire. 1 he saw inn i- a re
ui.ini.cr ol its productiuu. i cciver, having one side covered .ith stroni;
This simple plant has played a con-pieu- ' fanillel wires, nboui an eighth "f an imh
ous part in tbe history of tho world, and apart, between which pa-s a ii'imbrr of eir
has exerted a greater influence upon the eul.ir n, revolving mi a eommon nvi.
progress of ci'iii.ation than any other sin- '1'ho ci tt ui ii t iil.ni'jleil in the teeth of the
tile agency. Uis scarcely possible to ex- saws, and i- drawn tliioii.'h tin: grilling,
'gerate Us inp ji tance a an clement of , w hue the seeds arc previ nted by tln irsi.i
gown to a very great extent. Melieinct mo two, no will in
Ali, in lH'JI, introduced its culture into feci, and length to
Ff.im list N. O. ricnyuue.
ir noun jonii.1 ,
social wealili, er to over-cstiuiali! tlie share tioin pa--ue.'.
with his nroperly ; and. thoui.li it would it has had in inoiiioting the happine-s of the .-weiit tn ui the
have been rather hard for me, his only human race. Its culture and uc belong al- ' and the seeds l.i!!
brother, and a poor man, to have been fur- most exclusive!; to the present aire-, lor a!-1 r.-ceiv. r.
potu ii, 1 trust I uiiht hae cheerfully ic- though the pba.t was probably known to! The w hole proc
iiuieseed in whatever di-nosiliou he liii'hl the ancients, it loiitributed but little to tin ir t oi, 1 1 . t i iloth wu
!e the dilfereiicc iii-tht
bich lho staple may bo
hgypl, and eonsidern4jlo auppliei of it hovr urawu.wwlioui tirrflkinp--;
been regularly received ltoni Jir.izil. In' The third species, jliintni, or i-hrulj
Australia, cotton of a very Bin; ijuality is cotton plant, is pel pctual or perennial in hot
proiluecd. Special attention has bu n Irmn countries, lasts two or three years in tho
time to time direct, d by the Kngli.-h Govern- West Indies, and in milder climates it dies
un lit to the cultivation of cotton in tiie l.a-t down each year. There are Feveriil varic-
I where it i- said natural and phy-iral ties of ibis -p. cic-: the low, hairy shrup,
advantage cxi.-t f.r its pr...Jiieti.n to an in- jut meiitioiied ; the Jhiliiuuii , growing to
deliuiti- extent. Ai.n li- iil cotton growers the height of tell feet ; tho ImIiJoHiim, of
have been fn qui iitiy procured t ) - upei i ii - the Wc-t Indies, iic. The pod is egg-
l' nl its culture; cxi-i-i iinciiti withoot nuni- shaped, and, in hot countries, two crops a
Hi.- c..lt..ii thus separated is ! ber have been tried ; Hi. Ke.yie,thc Botanist year are said to be produced annually.
. . . ..... . t ri'i i . 1 . f?l!i I 1.. ff. I 1. 1 1 .
! ut at tho h'-Uvui lh-
have mailt? of it.M
A Mnilo lurki-'l in .lte corners of the Uw-
tut4t an stciui not at all to havo inlla- ihi
ihrt opon a tm r, maicin
Murmurt i t.? tl cchtt m
F.i.i-r, sw't ttr linn ihv bli.i.u)
IKnjn.j nt r Im r, h -,
A-.: fur ii- ft, itliui h( r b..m.
T..rvucu anU iun'Lti luiiiuttuoutly.
li n. ro vou1;;', r nt fund nnd fuoliii,
r.lf I TV II, Ul- Mi i v
" . w.i ftr..i.: . :ni I'j w . n. u!'l,
i.ft t It-1; t'-f rc..l t tit ir wr.t .
S i , y i.i ..mi wrt hiiti p iLl,
-. r . :i to Lc t. t f Ir Uf .
Di-J Mt- ii.juitn bruken hc-rtrd ?
VV.s iiJV. Lu r Uith:ut, lo .'
F'. ;ju ' w 1 a we, ltly baitkrr.
'.( r wLiturtd ni t . nl.)
,. : t ily u .tin ou'ri.k h r,
H : , it. r j.. rk. M lull tjf Ui ;
Q : ot.rv ti.ll ..ltd Mrly,
I1 e.rd n it it l.i fo anil jctv la rare,
t: -.ii v ry (t fit biiii ltt-..riy,
1.' .:;- t.;C tlCtim f d'Sjttm,
jl nt'.inJ the rkj- tVllrw
! - a oiuw twici' ins .rf,
T.t i i lrly. rtp mill iniilow,
V t i a hf-cc ol lilllc d( ar
I : : '- .nt itii i-. prrvi.uta plenty,
s nUnt injiismn, p n p antl tan,
f : . lllC IM''iKi I,,Vv i tWi. lily,
i,.; mi ui able 4ii.iL-it;.
I, i-.t !r-?!i iliifs, yt; iloiLn luvr,
hi v i ir . n'uim, in t to trcik
! t.n tilt prfniin-s you make.
H-.". r made to put m motion
i! ''. t'i-l Mi!i r wilt- would Cool,
F - i ' , nmfit antl protnrtion,
: Ml.'r -it I'llpKi' eclltol.
liut her father was detern.incd, and not yer's lnojth, as he resumed his ccarch for
only commanded her to retrain from the
act, but watched with argu- eyes to prevent
a letter from bein' sent. Ily the ::bl of lu r
brother, however, Julia easily eluded his
I vigilance. Tho letter was sent, and by the
; next convey ance came Herbert.
i '1 he cha.-rin of John IWlh-v was inJc-
seribalde. I'rudencc and discretion see
absolutely to detert l.ii:i, aiid he was ai
hfftiiess of the opii.io.is of tho-e arund
. Lini, as though Lis cour-c had Iceti an hon
! Julia rectcd him with snti-faction al
loyed only by the approaching end of their
mutual Ineiid and protictor. 1 hoy were
Jmt I tic search w a un-uc-ii
nil o Marlow said ho did not
any will ttierc
'1 here mu-t be, juire,'' added Mr. Ik rk
ley, vith considei abic elasticity aiiparent in
Why mir.-r V, Mr V--ti y ? Pi vou
m il liiovv liiat tin re i- .' ' a-i .J the i-.yer, ilh
piolf.-ioiial oin etne-s.
' I don t k "!' any tliin.' about it; but al-
r-s 'if lll.1lillf.il tlll'ill j' Cot
- tlill- pel lot Hied by ln.l-
nierv. witii a J.o-rce ot rapidity and ot
enced their coumcree or their character. accuracy ivtly (.'teatcr th in had eni be-
Herodotus spcals of trees in India which fore been attained. At about the s un.
bore ion', superior in quality to that of the time, steam w;n intro'ueed to the w .;! 1 as
sheen. Theophia-tus pin a still more mi- an a.'ent of limit!.---, power, in diivin in-i-
tlie la t
I knit t ij. th
ut lac -uuie
I lie same roof; their heart-ha
el b-neatli lie fi-Uriu' care
j dev. ted pu.inlian.
Though he had In ver spoken tlin clly
j upon the subject, if was plain to both ll. r
, belt and Julia that their att.n iim- ut found
laor in l.i- i ves 1 1: - t it w ..aid gratify bis
Heart, to m-c them uhit -d.
Herbert llerkley had conic. Whatever
plans the illan nis bro'hi r had forme'l, it
was plain from his action that the prc-ei.ci!
of the fo.-ter son materially interlVrred mtli
John was not in the h.ue t le-i, lt. rtett
arrived, and after Julia . -d exch uied a
few words with him, sin- had fii'.' Ii li'-r
uncle's room, to prepare him fir the inVr-
i view. She found him sinking very r a j i ! i y .
He had apparently had a -pa-iri, from n hieh
; lie had not recovered, during b r absence.
Hi. r prolong- d stny had alarmed Herbert,
'laud he was about 1 1 enter the chamber,
! when he was confronted by John I'- rkb y,
I when the scene occurred which has be-n
I narrated ii) out first chapter.
From the Aincricin I'nion. !
THE .MIILMCIIT VISIT;
7 HE HIDLEN WILL.
A !)iHIi;TI(: TALC.
fci WAIUlt.S T. ASI1T0N.
I'lIAl'TKR II. j
P..-ri.aps the gentle-hearted reader whose
-f i ii y lias been ca-t in plea-ant place-,
ii-e persona, t xp rieie.-e lias never taught
Ueait ot man may
pi-lure u ban;
preeuini; cliaplt-r an fin;-
V.'o d that II wc-ro 0 ! Would
:i:t. which may bo treasure-house
i- holy and beaatitul, were never
t!.' ri tile.' toacu of sin and loatii-oine
;iii bow uej rv. ci tin:
'; ..ne, m.i d em tin
faun in tie; i.reedin
it ll...- le
. a., th it
The funeral of 1! d.ert U-rkiev sas l i.-i'C-ly
attended ; and there were in the i iiiiieu-t
throne; that followed his remain- to the
rrave, niauv sincere mourners. Ihouih he
had been a bachelor, and had left in l.m.i
ly to uio.nn over his death. Ins upright,
bi-li.'ioleiit character bad rai-ed i.p In.-nds,
who-e tears were not the Hopty tribute c-f
a by poei ilieal heart.
John li-rkley ns politic enough to wear
a decent appearance of woe on tin; -ol. inn
occa-ion, though there wa- not a sciiool ie y
in the neihboi hood who did not t . I i y un-dcr-tand
that it was purely aiMi. iai.
Herbert and Julia sorrowed deeply ovi r
tic cold form that was about to In- l-.n-ier
r-mov '1 from their si-bt lie had been to
them a more than father. Tin y owed to
hi bounty as delienti i;. as it uas un-par-iiiL-'iv
he-lowed all that tie y w.-ie, and a'l
that th. y hopeU t hi e -mie.
The l"iio proecs-ion .b-lil.-d .'-Ian the nar
row walk of the ancient burial pine.', hal
lowed by the dut ot the love. I a id the lo-l
of the present and past noes, to the la-t
C olicel lillie; 111- 111.
' Indeed! what (ill ho ssy V
" I dil not uieler-tand what ho sail ; my
dailjhter an 1 lled .it were nearer to him
than my-elf. I'-.-ibly tl.ey undei-tool
liiin,'' and John U.ikby looked cutua-Iy
low a r Is II. l L. it.
I lid yna u:i i.-r-t in 1 the late Mr. Ik-rk-by
to say that he b it a will .' ' j-ked Mr.
M.irl c of llerb. it.
' 11-- in ist distinctly s'.at ii that lie did,"
rr-toie.l the vo-in man.
T!..- jaw' of M.-. Ik rkley sullenly f ",
In- ireiabb d for an iii-tant, ultii a.'itati ni.
In bis uuu -xeiteini nt at the death bed i f
hi-brother, he had le t undcr-tood the w o.-ds
of lb' .I'.ili linn, an I Wls ii"t nstrtrc thr.
he had said any tiling intelligible conecrni.i
tl.e v lib A -ii Idcii f.-ar t . p.issu , -i,
of hi. -oul lest hi- c!ien.,h.-d s. he:i.e sh ul 1
be def.-at. I.
M r. Marlo'.i e, f. i tie
ilianiv on the i ii'.
uh-crve the effect of tbis deveb.p.-mel.t.
The faithless brother s.-eined to be aware
of what p a-.'-d in the- mind of lh- lawy.-r,
and i;i t aiitaneou-!y rt9U'.;.cd 1., ioiine.-
I'J Mil' ...
' I l.ie.-w there was a wi',!," (aid he, in a
triumphant tori.-; "J'.dnt he say where
it v. as :"
lie di.!," replied Herbert.
the re-o irees ot -ir ,i
tiou and in lii-ti v, s.-ein.
ate an iinM. n ly i i.e i . a
ra .v i.i i i .,! , i.ji-oi h be
V.lt I J be i xtelid.'il.
to be more nteTi-iciy
I'int. d State-. Tie
upon tbi - cou'.iii.-iit. A
t in. oil y -f ('...' iiuib ii-. I h
w . :
- n. r .
i le -
Ol tl.t s.,l
t a "orl
111 i.' ill,
Julia and Herbert
or. , t-o 1 1 ..;d that they
u-elai c.ti.. ii,
j'. v... ai-ure the shrinking, senyitirc
" that w mid ca-t a .skeptical "lance at
; ... loai Mr. llerkley ihe inhuinaii
! -r is not wholly . being of the imag-'-.
in. We havu secu hun, loathed hiui,
; '-id him.
i have placed hiui on the st a": in a
:. ht charael. r from thai, in whigli hu
a: d helore u , We have let gi el -ll aw ll
. and we have done him no injustice.
.' i this Mr. Jierkh y was a minister of
'. j pilj nail lor years olliciatcu as the clo-cii, the mourners
it ul a chin eh ill the S'.ale of Ma a- John llerkley betrayi
It i- tine, he was not recognised indecent ha tc witii whi.-h ho bullied aay
..is at tin: time of our story ; In his from the pi e-eiieo of tleatii and the tomb.
lii.i' .; character even the little ot it Ti e vi-ion of Mc-aUh stimulated hi-inflamed
'.a had become known to the world iinao'umtioii, and he pressed eagerly on to
, i ..inks to the healthy public sentiment embrace the L'ild.-d phantom.
II..-saw no thorns in Ins pal!, it was polo,
nnd only 'old that he so'ioht, h .never, it
Inioht be niirroiiud-d by the di nious of evil.
He could lay hold upon it, thui, it lay
beneath tiie hearts ul his cw n kindred, his
own fle-h and blood. He could s.teiiliee
, In re V continue
tale. I erv pia.ii V
this ecr. tary ."
' I P.! I you I" , vl-ii.-i;.. I lk-rkb y, it!i
an a--urai.ee tii.it w mid ha'.c eoiinn.-. d
ll... . -kej tn-al than the pre-.-iit e iiipa-
i,v ..f th- re.-titud.' of hi i intention-.
TL buyer a.-aiu re-'inn-d the J-eareh,
and t'ioiih th- e .nt. i, t - of tury drawer
and pigeon hole in the -eeiitary' w.re it
auiii'. d, there was tiotlnn.' that bore the
s'i.ht. -t resei.,bla nee t) a will to le f.uol.
i In. h in-i. Has tlen searched i;i ev.ry
j'l.n.e win-re .up. rs hiT'j kept, withthc
SU'lie Ull-llee,- -ssftll result.
' There it no will in the i. jii "', cci t a in! y ,'
sai l ."' iiir.: MarloWe.
' It is .-ry -Iran."-," add ol Mr. Il. rkb y.
.V. v. ry -trat.e," -aid ll. ib. it, I i ,1..
in' .-tcrnly at the peril linn broth, r.
Ail eve v.irr tui'lieil to tlie yolll,'
nuto description of tlie capsule eoiilaiiiin j cbinerv of c.crv b
tiie wool, and Nraichus mentions cloth made terinl enniirihie i;i
by the natives, in India, of wool obtained the ilill. r.nt part-
from trees. There is no evidence that the furni-hi d the inc.
Kjyptians knew anything of its u-e, as no- the fabrics pr-.d
c.-o-eojiic i x iiniii.itinns have shown that the
cloths i-nelo'iii tiie.r mummies were mad"
of bu u and not of cotton. Nor is tin re
any rta-ou to believ. that Ihe lto:;ia:n ha !
any praeiie al knowledge of its us. , alt hou-ii
l'.uiy de-rribed tho plant, and bestowed
upon it the ltitanic.,1 dc-i.'tiatioti otum tint,
ti nil which it- present name is doubtless de
livcd. The cradle of the cotton plant was
t lu-rc f jre lit In il i, in-re it has n -. .-r eea-ed di n.
to l-c pro luee.l ; but it uininilu-. tine was al-ol
prohabiy carried on in China, ea; lier than tuai.t!
in any other countiy ; and it was gradually tex to
i xt -tided tie uce to llindo-tan, IVr-ia, Syria, 1 wer" ;
Turkey, and so to the Cuulinriil of Kui .!. all th.
Y r many years, indeed until the close of of mm
the t ij.htci nth !' i.l iry. vaii'.us artii li s made fneu th
from eotlii wire iiiip.-rt-d from Ka-ti-rn lb. tott
A-ia into tir. at liiit iiu; but gradually the the y
manufacture itself bc-'an to be cslabli-hcd of it
iii-i- il,,. r-iur mate, ,at be oi5 orifn-tas-d Ir-n,
the li.i-t. '1 he demand s . u txeccded the
-"pp , and the pi.ii.tv, in -.r. rover, na r- t
at ail aonpiato tj the liner u-c tor whuh
ll Ui-oan t i he reipnreil. cry ;;re.,t i.ith
h jirepared for any eulty was al-o uperieiK ed in separating the
Ik-rklt-v, turned to libre of ihe plant from til's -cJ which w-ro
tniekly acaltcreil throii-ri it, ami in other
wise pr.-parin il for the p: jeesS ol coiiver
s.oii into cloth. I - tliu is convern I int.,
.loth, cordage or . . r, by essentially the
saui'i proee-s as is re.purcd t- coiivert ail
ubrous fubstances, whether auimal or vce
til le, into the same articles.
The fir-t thin: to be done is to li-t it
ti'.res into small, eotilinu hi- thleads, which
start bitnved t.i'ili-j le I'bled apart witnoat th- ap'oici-
. Cci , ud lb'. -i:i- till of e. ii-. ler.il.ie fir-i-. lo 11 e.-'hi- I '-
I to be manufactured, the-,, threads are it i ti -
t-1 into a eoiitiiiu ms texture by b.-in; no- le
ten: tb.st i-. ib. v are arian'-d in raraib 1 It
lien eh. mil. -I
er- op-,:. -I b
1 11! J not ; e'i.
.f rar.i 11 v
1 from eottoii
of in- ,
and skill. ..f itiveti-
d colli Itl-d to cr-.
.1 .1. iiir.nd f. r the
!i a'l tl lab,,,-,
( 'ottoli then bewail
cultivated ill tlie
f the I la.-t India Company, reports that J he hale exhibited by .Mr. John 1 ope, ot
India i- capable, iu many parts, of produ- Memphis, li nn., is of the ' "olden variety,
i in.- - -.1 and sei vin able cotton, and at a and i- the product of see I obtained in Ccii-
late siilli ietiily cheap to contend even tral.M.ico. Il is nil imiitial plant, listin-
i-ain.-t the i.ar,'e returns of American firm- pui-hed for the lnr-e nnd ciu.-icrin form of
ino ;" and m t t'nus far only i per cent, of its bolls, ami the biauliful linciicss and
tiie ipiantity nnnually manufactured in lcnctli of the staple; it promises to yield
iire.it Ihit.i.u c "ines ii'mi the Ka-t Indies, well, from the partial , xperunent made in
w bib - I p. r e. nt. is crown in the !'. S. Jour its culture. I he .-talk with the bolis, is
. re. i.t.in li'.iii, and '.percent in I'.-ypt. kiionn as the F.xtra-l'rolif.e," a fr.oiite
-an. pie- of Ka-t Ih.li.i cotton will be tumid variety il. Mi.-M-ippi plant ati uis.
exhibited in the I'.n-lish I i parlinciit. Class We are informed that an examination of
I Court- 111 and 'Ji of Division H, directly samples of t o bales, exhibited by Mr. Pop.-
' .. . , . . ii, i . i i ,,.!. a.-.i .
to the ri-bt ol the entrance ot the lletresti- am, it. ui'i, was mane on utuiifsiini him,
no-tit lb. .in. They are contribute! by the
K.i-t India Con,. any, and ,1 rve alt-ntion
fio'.u -ill wi. .. arn inter. -ted in the eu!lia
tioii of litis iiiipoilant staple. In 'piaiity
tie V arc il.eidedlv interior to AlllLliean.
by conipeleiit per-.ins, in order to lest the
inerit- of each, a there is a premium of
len d by the im iihanls of Men. phi, to the
bet exhibit- r.
lr. lion,!', bale i- of the " IVt.t dull" "
The libre is shoiter, thoti.di the linciicss of variety. Letter known a- Ihe little Irowu
plant was mill,-. :iou-
I X 1 1 T to the les-
! our In-
!t It li :- fuu.j
p iluard in cl y.i i, and cUun
.lie r article- w-r- s. tit b C.,r
- V. of Spain. Th- M-s.i-.-ni-.
wh .lly .o. ud, ct upon it f..r
ir fal ries ..(' i . ,111,11. ,ii ii,,.. bu; th.- .ui
i" itelia mu-liiis shows its I'.tiiess for niauu-cttnic-
I,t Ii7, M. I.a-t. lie was appoint! J by
ii I't m U ' a ermm iit tindi-r .N apol-ou. to
.: u.pi lb- cultii at. on ot t-r.tf .ti iu that
i iit i v . S ed w i- import!-1 tioin Italy,
sceil. It po,-es-es llii: most attractive e-oior,
but is infi ri or in ntaple, and not so well
" -iniied " the " (i .blcli Variety."
It-sib - t'.e i-,!tiii of lr. Samuel Iloiid
II ! I 1
.f i. tui in : " had w le
lat.-r r.u I -. Th- i
n plant in I hi- count i y
I .N .rth America, and lar.'e premi
i!f. led for the produ. tiou nf the
ri..l The . Ui i iiii-nt. howt ver,
lltiv a'.iou of
- li,. nl:. ll liei'lc
III Itilill, to l u
Cli .il- of S Hit J-
ar I ;, since ih. re
in a wrk puLli-hc!
fo.iu l in the bi-toiical colb
Mr. .-'. abi .!, iiii iilion-. l!i it in 1 7 i
Ion v a" rai-.-d lie ir l!a-t-m. -u ll.i- .-!
sbr.rrsof ,,. I'be-.ip. ike, and f't-tv ,
later ill St. Mart's e oii.tt. Mirhiir'.
I In- i v tai I ai. ii-. c n.t nils at-o -al
i oil, i lioui lolli-h Iioiaua, whuh ar
iliiy of notice. Th-y may bo fjuicl i
"lit of llui ioll 1, with thu other loo
dil t! .!,- of that pro
lei ill.' fiom lb slfctl
1 lbl l.etwi -n C -l.i
iu New J.-r-i y
hid been mad.
to Ii'.l.l. pot a
Ir on t ie
ll 11--I 1 1
its May to I.i. -i
li 'a w ar
S . littl.
lu its cull ir
: but it w a-
, ll State-.
that I, n as iu
ruling' tie i
I :.t n.'bt a n.de
tlui ''', which
"ucr and on I. r I
(.',..1.1, iney cro.s ni on
fifth or ixth thr, ids.
the threa !- iu tli w are
iu' part ih'l, are (-r ji-i
i and a
, by r-tln r
r. tin n
u -aal'y p i - a;: . r
iie w ar p. In''' ''.
ly the th;rd. fourth,
., iu-lead "f r -iiiain-I
and p ntially ti--
, and at Cap May,
p,r..-res.-, how, o r,
tbif j.r. . ion
had I ll e.
In 17-1. ,i
1 .1,1 liud
it i -.! 1 i.,.'. be
lilted Si it. ! Ill 1 Till ,
'.i.i rica.i 'i .. ,i th cotton
'iiitin: t i . nly I '. .''I I
i n l'e . i 'l ' 1 1 1 1 1 v t i-e
.ni, I-. In I 7 .11. 'Vl.it
ino iu i i p i. ;ii, i, ; -ni l
upon tie eu'.t.ir. ..l' thi
ol from the f .i t lli.,' tin-
t tear, in I 7! I, th.- I 'nil. d St it -t
.'."I ' I f"ind-. and in 1 7 i -".
to- M-it . r, eli-
, turn. ii.' I . the
t lice t tic- C '11 t. !
. ti-- C Oit' ibllti-l till I
r ; hi N.-tb-cher i the j
iii , from I' luerara '
ti a plant. iti oi
. -.-,. n y - a r -. a':o ; and the '
ii i. ly Iron, the int-i i,,r,
II. I '. tt-. Sir Ib.l.ei t !
ription of Jh iti-h j
1 j'..:i I'm. , from Ti ii'ie
e'Miti ibiiii..iis from Mi--i-.-ippi by
Mr. Jeff, i ui N.iilor and J. M. Katthi -lor;
from Alabam-, by Mr. Joseph West,
mi I Mr. William Se ah rook sends a samplo
fru.i South C..I I'.li.a.
I AltliMji t'.ie Crystal 1'aliee curtains
many article- which made more show, ami
will attract mor,; attention, it his nonu
which haie exercised a greater influence
upon the cii ilii-ition of the world and the
de-time- of the ran , than thi..
tlil--.i. Oil til'' -loon l that
the f.-rowt'a of tie. I
th" tir-t p .r - I of
, th - thr.-t.l
at ri 'lit an
to p.l-s l
Turk iu I )
ero-s dii. -ti
Is, so ns I p
-Ii s which tins
;.. e . a-earp-t
, tin- tlir
, w Inch are c ;t ,
ilntion to tie
iseil. Tin: cidhli hut he held his peaci
rcsiiu-.' .lace of tho de,
was laid iu the tomb, an
wept Ire.-ly amid tin
a Pc!ovi;. Irieiio.
Sadly and silently, as the coffin lid was
slowly departed. .'ly dsn
1 his feelings iu the tiiiu.''
" i u l intimate. I that voir l.r
have dc-tioyed the will, M . . Iki klcy," - r:
i.e-ted tie- attorney J "it is wi 11 know n that
lie in. a le a will."
" lie merely observed that he thou.-ht '.f
.h -lr.iiiio tin: one that had been made.
liter, 1 think, w as pic.scnt at tin
i i int. iii'-nt people, omell him 111 uis-
Irotu bis luiuisterial ulhcu.
.l-T bis ili uii al In in the society, Mr.
''; lixed his ri -i lenei; at Donca-tor, a
n.' tou in the subUi Ls of JJ-jstou.
' ie- had a small property, which had
'act. iy h.-.-n placed beyond his control,
!:(.:, a Muall place was purchased, iu
i "ino v of his brother s c i title,
t'-r M'r-. llerkley lived a hard life
.nl had lor years persecuted her
"! rti obtain iho control of her proper-
" e: had, however, iu ju-lic! to her
"di:. lien, whose support and education
iiiie -s of h.-r husband threw enure
''! 'ci in-r, steadily refused to accede to
".No, father; I never heard him -ay any.
tiiitio of the kind, ' promptly replied Julia.
' I was mi-taki n, tlnn ; but I t cry ideal ly
rciuember that he said so. Ho mu-t have
" Vciy probably," Minrcl the lawyer;
hut as there seenis to be liolioli- lor Ine tj
do, I will take my lean."
" Hon t be in a hurry, Mr. Marlowe. I
-hall need your pi'ol'e--i-)ii al services, hill..".'
it appears that I am the heir-at-law," con
tinued Mr. IS.-rklev, scarcely able to cou-
hres of all' i.tioli in his ok
bury all that renders life
Ul that i lofty and beautiful f.r it,
could become a fiend, and tread out tin: ceal hi- exultation at the pro-pect "I Cotn-
ii hi art ; be could m into possession ol
worth liiino f.r. property.
in the charucl-ho'lse ol his lo-t character. Herbert lo-
Herbert mid Julia bad n-an-.-ly reached
the house before Mr. J5. rkley summoned
the,,, to the library lo attend the reading of
the will. They obeyed tile siiitiuiniis, though
with a painlul sensibility of the indecency
of the proeeediuj:.
" My brother k. pt his will iu this sccrc-
- .' . ... ma .
I -Pent tin: larger portion of tary, sid .lolm IScrklev to .-oiiurc .lro.e.
1 .r-ion climes, where lie had a-1 the attorney, who had been summoned lo
prinei y I n tiiiie. About nlU'Pi, ' ui'pose oi me nusiness.
i e the opening of our story, he I
i-d u splendid estate in lliiiea--' pi
tanu-he'l buns. It upon it tospcud
ikp-y's brother itobcrt i abaeh-
iiniiuder ol his flays incase and ijuiet.
I- . b, it li rkley, his brother was a
'" il His rapacity, his utter want of
.1 sad not at the b.
port ion of his fo-ti-r-l'.ither s weath, which
In- had rea-oiinhly believed would fall to
hiui ; but sad that the father of her he loved
so Jcvoteilly , had cho eli the part of a vil
lain. That I lure was a will, he had the as-jsurati-e
of the 'lyin-; man ; thouoh what its
'purpoil wa-, he had no means ol knowing.
W hen the company had depark-d, John
( llerkley vented his sali-faetinii at the pros
I pect before him, by rubbing his hand., iih
I in. innrn ,,f if- tirerin. b.ealitv. ' re- . be raiuilly l.aeed the Bpartiiieut. Julia
, , ,. 'I I I . SI ' J l..., l.... l . ,l 1 .1 . .r.r. ..; t ber ( ,lll-
iio tlui lawyer. , no nun .'ir. is-rm-v ; "
was sin 'iilarly accurate am! niethodical in cr s moral turpitude, but know ing Imw van,
all bis affairs." h' r leiuonstraiiecs would uc, sue reluctantly
iv. ft, in-t.-.i I r.f m--the
iv arp, are ma le
ns and round the
o lii. e tlie in ci;i.
fabric sh ms In
a!-,) iu ISrii --I- and
lirea Is ar- d i an n up
I open, ate I thin form
Iu Kill let iiiiii-ti. r carp'-ts there
hs r-aelt i:o:,si-tiiii of a p.iriti
and Weft, which int-rscet each otln-r
rva!, an I thus pre- luce a definite Ii.--Ti.-
l.i-t liiiu: to bi- don - t . c on -it
into cloth of any kui-l v. n t i s. t a-
rate i' fr mi it - -i .1 ; t,. t, t . -pin it into,
thread", suitable for tin- Walp and W'-ft ;
nnd finally to Wc.-.w it, So loii' as eai h of
tbe-e operations had to be performed by
hand, which continue. I pi he the ea-e until
after tli- middle 'f tin- i iliticiitli century,
comparatively bill.: ro.-r--- e mid be nod':
iu it- inanufaetU!.'. In 1 7 H 7 , lli.-hii .1 llar-rcav-,
a carpenter in Lancashire, KiiL'laiid,
inverited the tpinnin pinny, by whi.-h
twenty or thirty threads if c'.tt.m could he
spun with r,o more labor than had previous-
ly I ti rc lired t.s -pin a i i , --1 dread.
This wa. a enat improvement upon the
cotiiunn -piiii.iu-vi hei I ; but it h id tv. defects-
it r. ipiircd t be worked by ban !, it!
it, thread was only lit for weft, not heinj
li-teil hard enoii-!, lor warp. Two years '
after, Ilirlni 'l A rk w ri"lit, a harl i-r of I're-- I
ii scein;- a i e 1 b .1
by bi iii : pas- 1
tb roil. di rolii r, iui entcd the -ptnt.i:,-; fi -in:.'.
Iiy which any number .if thread-, i f any ile
V'ree of fineness and bar dues-, were -pun by
wat.-r power, the cotton 1 '..i.i: made to p.,- (
thruiilt su ssive pairs of rolh rs. 'I In -e
successive inventions irivn a strong im- j
pul-e to th cotton manufacture in lircit ,
llrit iin, and created u eoire-poiuliiio in-
very tn ,
I-XP ,1 I-!
::; ii,:i u; . ,:, K ..( , m . , n 1 1,
-r. -- of invent) m iii l!i:-bni 1 cntiu n
i lu ck, d New m.-ieiiiin - wre r-'pid
tro lucid into nrarly . i y 1 i no h .
eofioii tit-ii oil n t. ir,-. 'Il.e ''.''' ol
t'r-.itipt oi, the ! ic. -m ,l:it, ma. ii.n- -ll-al'o
o..t. the .ntroo n ti .n , f caiii o
in;; into Kn-I ml fi-tu I'
the copper plate in tin -n
Nixon ; the iii...-ui...n d.-v
bh'tichiii'.', nnd pro-luciii,,
w iiich eott Ml ciii.-i .-I largely a
i nt lie -c an 1 tu- eouiitie-, i 1 1 1 . r inv.ii.
t. On whn h 1 1 1 -1 ! 1 1 i -1 1 t lie e in, in, lie- u,t i:
all iii-i i
i tin I' in,
Miiln, lie- II
. d 1 y
t I v
-c Oi l I I I l.ltiie
rai-ed fi O l . II'
r.b ! .::, ' tw.-nt
tinr I. a brmii
colli, ibi. t.-.l by
Si iioiiibiir-h, in
i .liana, state- that tlie indigenous cottons
ari very nunn r iu', and t hat their culti . a
t i - -it be II aba;.! n. d "i.ly bceau-c th.-y
ilinl. -r-d-1 1 v tin products sla-,,- la-
r ill the 1 lilted .-!'.;
" with 1-- l,. t . ll." ah
le . f l.i!-.r, Ihiti-h
tn- s e fi'thi' as the Slave St
. no i,ci, an in, xb.iu-t.ble -npply of t oll
..fiv.iv ! -. r ti "I .ni-ht be produced ,
II,. ie i- n . ib, lib t that ail kinds of f.t.
ti,"ii ti.- l.c.-t I oi-; staple down the tin.
' t; "I t stipn, liii.'bt be ell it I . ll lei iii the cob I
iiv. as tuc kind that I m - not ihriv.' uu one I
-..r , liint.te, it.i-ht be produced in ai.o-j
lio r. -i ext. -nt of a co.t -l of two bun- !
It'M I'MKNT AI1V HISTOIIV.
While '..archill-; the Archives if tin' IV.
partment of Stale for old Ilocumenls Wc
t imed up the following, which we ejvc ver
balim i t lit. ratlin ; linn i,rr.
- Tl...-. i'..i Ion to The Honrable
.-. ' If," h- a id-,
in. lane- and cheap
I ilia li t w ere put uu
of the lio:l-e ,
I have ha 1 tin
-'. lu ler 1 1 -i rve i
H it my - ire
pi nud red by
in uu Cib a
lll'tcls to s,
t in Suutu
JaPU.iry lih, I
Ho ior lo be vi.led as
the hoil-e of Seliater.s
uiicst nice l!y bciuo frequently
the Toiiyes that, has Ilciidrcil
de !' .--rviiiL' Cuutrv. or if I
do my family will -nth r the want of mv
p.-r-oiiel labour by rea-in 1 have to by ai.
the si poit of them by the Constant imploy
of a -.null -t ill n y and ben '-he favor to bo
V. ; a-c.l -Hid il I sub. . , ibe my self
V en- ci v I tumble -i rv I.
Tin bS. C );!)HN."
I in- :
,:.;.,. ,- ,
!. lli-h I
-on i I I. I, i
A n -t
.-ii a1 .
i oi, in i
t . tin
, i (',-
I 111'. Ui
I !,.:- .
Ihe b. S' ill I be i
, cXe-Ht'lil c'lta- j
i" artlcics from ,
tv ill- f.ii t- j
i tli.it l'lo- ,
( f tie- pi . .. nt cci t at
that treiiii'ii b. is iinp
of cotton, w hi. h has
chati.'. s in the politic.!
a-p. . t of tb- vvoibl,
erca-i 1 t itle r th in b
th- pi.--, nl ! ,y.
J n e. oi " i i. in . t'f 1
the I. lative cln ap"---
ilitl iblit-d to eit ,-
..til- tot In ftl' t ival i Ol
plod net d sin b mark.-d
al a- well 11- tin- so, i.i',
r nl. us.
celleiiee ..f her iii.icbinci -
f ry rapidly
the Cotton ni
v cii'i ui- already I' i ' it i 1 1 1
. f .; .'I oi di I let cc
pounds p r aiiiiiiui, an
I oi j' to. Is . sport, d ttvo
pounds sterling, lu 17
raw e..t,,i export I w
iilli.l-, alcl tlie colt
th- I V
lb it ,111
inn nil .ti
ll ,;. -;:s i
do 11 I I t'
1 h 'A I I J
- i . ::t . 1 1", ..; ''
Ii 1 1 1.1". I ; and
pr. ..-nt , Willi
: ui.t of b .tl
t a Inoiiopo.y ,,
,1. th- ii,,j, t( ili, ,
I f'-ur milli t:i- ol
l!i- valu- "f !'..:
bin, dr. d tboe.-alid
1 the amount of
I wa .-lily .'.llt-,7;-n
i'Xl"it-d w as valued
l'1-l .. !. r tin
i r, -r-.i t e-, t in
. in i-. an I th
in (ii.it p -rin I
--! mat Inn til
ls -leadiiv in
A llii I I .- I !
II, ,p iu
so iintav ora
-ar, that bettv
tin if" t'lati tvv.
1 y the lol
I ll HI W .1-
.r l-'.'ll. til, C t'.t :
export ,.1 tin- I i iiy
counties .-I I it in.-, rara ami
pp.-d 1:1, lo." bales. ..I ah av
i i ri p
I ;i h p minis
I IV ar. t be c,.i'I,i
tb Notiheni I
but. rin- of the i
itli -.-it a c inc-p oi
"ii f .ri i-n -u:ar
i a :..
each. Alter the
tu- i iii-r. a-c of that
ilitllli nt, t i.'etbcl-
i! utics on ) rt i. ii
oidiii.' tb cr a-c in
i.i iced cotton in
l'AI'.M, r.IlSI'Ir AT A Jl GtJUNU
The ! eitor (Mirimi cmuty. HI.) i'u
ctte of tb.' I "nil iii-tant has (In. follnwiuj:
" Heir Ah x.mder nn t with a tno-t ter
l ible check at Clinton, Hewitt county, last
w.-i k. lu (In- playin: off the hne'i- poeiis of
the m:iLie pistol it proved t" be loaded with
ball-, and the youiij; mnii I Icoi L'e Smith, w h-t
was to stand up and entch a fictitious ba'l
in hi- in, null, i-c. ived the contents of thu
loaded pistol in his left side, and from tin:
chai acti-r of the wound and the sca-aan of tho
year the probability
inmate In- lite, i
, ho wa- solcl
that it will ti I -
it in' a wntovve.: moth-
di pendent on liiin, in-
ti 1 1 1 j
I tvl ; in I"'-'".
vv hi. ll price it ce;
c .nip. 1 1 , -on v, it h
Were (hen highly
r.i dually d
.,th - Ci'iuv
a position with regard to su- ;
en the years and l--!.'t, I
thirds the hands employed '
wer tran-fcrred to
en -ily accounted I n"
c-: In 1-17.
nnd ; iu I -111,
I --'I, llj.l ; at
euitiv atin: tli- oil"
. lie r. ali i bi. h i
t nl I II
p. r p
ils brother s liiiiiiense , pi,,, taking' the hint fr
I bar of iron rlomvitc
. r. an d until I -"
- in.. 'I i, .1 far ll"'
I 1,1 i .tt -11, alcl .
of m iiiiil.n t i r ,1
,!. I .'.-! tn Ml ,,f
w hen ' i r al Ih it, nil c
, -llll.ll.lll.dllll o ,J
j, ,,f. . C-t! 1 tjiin.i w
cotton . ,..il . N ,t
In-r ii.ha'io'.i' t- tin. I i
.. .I lo I
..I Ian I
II, till' ie
A TOl'till ITSII Sl'dUV, lli'T A TIU'i:
p.-aeoii Alb n CoIThi, of this town, while
fl-i-hin off the south side of the I-land, uu
Thin-.. lav i-t. eau.'bt a lar-- .sh irk, which
cviin'i: 1 a- -leaf a t -iia.'ity for lite ns the
real sun ppin.' tuitle which we read of. 1' r
some time alter the shark was can-lit it lay
t , . i i . . . . t - i
remunerative, in 'n tne "on 'tu i ine iioat apparently in less,
nd sii-ar, which A knife w ai then brought into reiui-itioii,
the shark .- back Im taken oil, it- throat cut,
the entrails t ik-u out and opened, six .-ciip-j
iii.:- tai. en iln icli'oni. and the li.-h thrown
v ei board, w hen, wonderful I i relate, it .-vv am
off a- t!uiii"li in .thin ' reiii.irkahlo ha I hap-
I ; and 1 1 1 1 1 lli.it
eolliiie tor cott.oi
I. until, P.r some
. 1 to ext. .rt a .-iu-
plot un lit
upon it f .r
f i, -lure w a
in C"li vc i tin i , , 1 1 . u tut t
n 1 in o th.,! :.." tl' tl n)
ni'i-i-lciice. 1 In- eott ,-i noim
r a pi Ily i ' -tiled to ot h-r ou ti
ns bio-ome a very imp utant
, I o I
! 1-1 m
1 for the raw material. Mean- 1 branch '
'Squire Marlowe ro-e ami approached held In-r peace, to aw ait his next step.
the M-urctarv. John I:rKleV Kecmeu io inn
To lit: roM'IM mi.
lie: tm, r l,...!o. ,.i I., ..it,, l,.l I,..,,. I .iri. ;,,,, i,, ,'hr a nervous irritation which
-t .ii.-ln-d ami di. ou.ti-tl him. ami he I be, t him. and kept ut continued train of
1 to coi,' dude that J'.'Lu lx rkWy remarks, that
There were 1 1 1 deaths in llo.-loii net k
t i.i . . .. .- .
were u-l ca:juiau."i io pre- i htfore li-t aud O'J tu ,iv tors.
I' the industry of th- I mie l
of rapid we.iv in , boacver, w. re fctill lack- and in lf.'! the eon-uiuption ol
in:. The processcontinued tobe pi-rliiriiied ! throughout the world, was n- I'ollo.v-
by band looms, nnd was coiiseipiently slow, ,
and ori-i-lerable uii. asiiiess in lu-ill v bej in 1 1 1 rent llrit iin
,:t oi at p'V-i nt euitiv ited iu the
-late- i - "I th ri e v a r'let i'-.s : I. The
i.t ; Tic lit l b. 1- ; ami Ii. 'I h-
, Inii'i i,.'.;i. lie I k.i latter i-oihio i-e tli,"
-I. - t -lap!. , or I pi., no. ami tli
r the i.i nk "cl, b.n -t ipie, or Sea
1 v iii.tv, The al.oit-M'clit or tree e. it
ii ii of India and Auieiie.au or.mth; the
b-i :bt ..f the Ii l b, in i-i'.'iili I s or -M
bit. Tb e-lt biate.l .-'.:, I "bin I vaiiety.of
vvhi. h a sample i. exhibited by Mi. S
brook, i f S mill-Carolina, i- di lived Irom
'talc-; the ni boi-cuin ; it- fibre i- "iikr, -tron-, yel
cottoii lowi-haii l very bui-.r. The seed is black .
i .in I was int-,,1 luce I into this country from
lbs, the liahaiiias, it bcim:, hovvev . T, of I't r-iaii
!' 1 ,thll.(llltl I oi i -in, It was lir-t pro luecd in 17-i. in
pencil. iyL- n hnr.i (.' .i .Yt'.
lo be felt lest liu y should be compelled to
send the yarn to the rmitincnl lobe woven,
ince it was produced so much more rapidly
than it could be woven in Ktiland alone.
Hut in I7W5, Kilmuml ('artwriejit, a l'icc-ter
clevy-m.-iii, of whom a Very iiiteteslin bi ,o
rnphy iu a reevht 'Juu-Licr of Iloa-i hold
( Itltcr iVtiintries
Trial 1, 70."i, I lU,illiO
llv far tlm largest portion of this vat
.iipply if Ka- Cottou, nDiLially c 'averted
5.'-.'l, 1 1 li.illltl jtieoria ; itscioivlh is limited, bein,' con
I -,fllll!,OIHI j lined o the sandy islands fiom Charleston
Villi, 7ol, (KM) J lo Savannah, cxtrndiiij no farther north
' ... - et .. . I . t- . t
than I'.uinv i-prin;:s. ,m: iniainy ni tins
I tic hi'l iiaee-
n )It;it tl ch anci:.
V,'h--n I'r. I'raiikliu's iiiothcr-iii-ln iv tli--eovcrcd
that the youn.' man had u h.iiik. r
io.' for In-r ilau.'hter, that goo 1 old lady
said she did n d know so well about iviny;
I cr dau.'ht-r a printer : tliere w.-re al
r - ad v t wo pi i nt in; offices in the I'ni ted Slat..-,
an 1 sin- wa- not. certain Ihe country would
.support them. It was plain y mn: Franklin
would depriid for the support.. ii the profit -.
of a third, nii-i this was rather a doubtful
rhunec. If such nn objection was ur;cd I
a vv mid be s .ii-in l aw wh -n ihere were hut,
two printing oltices in the I'liited States how
e ni ;i prinP-r lfpe to f-'.'l a ivil'e no.v, when
the present ccihu slinvs the uiiinb.r to bo
it ,n has been continually
In: n iatitity has Uccre i-eii
Cum NPItrM. Wliv; a, beautiful yoift
l:idv sf."'t like i vviumii,,c tale of ol lei,
xU4 vai i. ly'rovs to a heiirl.t of about two 1 time i- I U'riMtln' I.