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per anndii.,' jiiiylIc at the, J every "wie governmcfit ; so it ordinarily affords run off directly, and the sun and wind will soon "it mind .Jias ueen
v4:lt". 1 C iU crcater share of contentment and happiness dry that which may have penetrated into 'the tIje nature ot
bo. dlKontwucd until tB arrearages. iW. ;in f nr. a ; 5. u rnrktl These cor ki imvo. tKrrnri.- n vrat hrf. Hons ot empire : subj
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end of every six months
a soldier, a politician, , and statesman.--
accustomed to dwell 0:1
governments, and the revolu-
ect? so v.ist produce a
correspondent enlargement of intellect, and
, r ' ;r ,;,..,";. . " i.al ..m i 5ttep,orXorritfeheu$i6n7 he hund which
in the or 11 a ramy season comes on, these last will be . . n . , .
,. ' . ' x tU MtA, ..I-m:- lJjDCCUpicdLjn triUcs will not be apt toaniac
; "T (Xj'ICo paper will
- r.hwMperi -hall receive & tc'nth mf. 1 M strength of body. . Exercise
J.irjtBTmxisT-.will Lu. Inaciiea n-thL custoniary j opeiuiic clvca appeiltaod.iiiakcs1bdd delicious.
.,a f . I 'I'l.- 1..t..i.;nn. r... Um mn,.m AiAtiain-A in I. . I anlfi la nicrfft ftiillirirntlv in (ifv hrm. I r. ' it'.. . i . tti 1 1
ntviB. , i i jnuuuiijj luiuibi uu mvte (ivmum w i r icciiwc; ii may guiier, oui win never yzt; i
Ko adrertitemcnt inserted until it has teen paid for, L wll at ir.nri ninvmnt from tleen. thaivanv I It is a creat prciudice to land to mow It'toolThe npriili-fr WaVr' nn1 rmUitit n( Mr. t
r paynl lumeu uy iwm peiw un.iwn, wr
. v,dlut.v' - Ida fieidjnleasanTTsalubrious. and in viiroratinfr with - water'floods t- and, therefore, when you Hon from the minor and less important sub
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perfumes.-His eyesarc delighted wiLcJ)ehoU.!ave Mlh three years, J-ci3 . 01 .iiierature, JL51Ul veryjaf irpm
Envelopment b oi' Alcwlluce.
u Happy the man whose wish and care,
A jew patirnol acre bound,
Content to breath L- Ins native air,
, "In his own ground.
"Whose h'ords with milk, wlio.se 'field with bread,
Whose nock supply bim with attire, ; Y
f Whose trvea in summer yield h'm shadgf ' 1
""luviiitcr fire." J
In the United States the great bod of the peo-
tnr uu iui. n .IT; loTevervotlier'ar. seed eur mowing lands, if wha we should call a man of reading or gene
...b ..v--.. H..u uviu.) w.v . , y , , '. - TU. L U- " .
growth of his plants and vegetables. When he you cannot get manure constantly to keep them l,c ..Pw.
has renuercu a barren soil icrtue oy inuusiry anu tvum uwc3ii iwi u w 1ml u.., ' " .1 r...
skill, orwhcti fie has made aportion of wilder- ground, as fallowing is for corn ground. LM:.tlnn tKnn w tK,. 1.
books, to .which his important occupations
would not permit him to devote "Hi time ;
but he has examined and re-exarairied'ihat -
knowledge, till it has in fact become his own ;
works of his hands ; his heart is cheered with an
innoceny ahd rational satisfaction.
Industrious' thriving farmers arc more inde
pendent than almosTany ether men. The mer
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cnani lies at me mercy oi me winds ami waves ;
the trader depends upon his customers, the law
ycr npon ms clients, ine pnysician ana mccnanic umuru ruu.t unu-y. , mfttt nf:.nr r,.,wL , .f
' . . . : . . .. . i. FromalairtyjrlfKeovertliccontcntaof this litUe pro- l.nc . raost parent research j not haaty in its
on mcir employers, uui me suostanuai iarmcr ductionf w, lhink it co.nideiubI merit, boa for d
A friend lias Utcly famished us wWi A anuU volume, en- rc.crcak(l )y combination, established by
titled u Letten ftm ft asrutirtttu 91 (he ContUtunnn . 1.1 . - . .,
. . . . . . - - ni"i I f nn1 tttmmtl Kv awt-kAsm I .
imd Lawt -with Skttclu of nine of th pnmixiU jul- i" --vv, mm vu " , t i
He churacten of tlte United State," written, it is said his mind is neither rich nor brilliant, but
now known,) bv GwttaiWaTaasojr, Librarian of the capable of the most laborious analysis, aod
I tr e 11 rttO mtfmt f m toont e Crrrr tm Inn1
i Vtaii aupiii uivai J 149 ivai n uiiv7 iivui 1114 iwuuy
pie arc cultivatorsV the ground all the other and whisl j)C j, e dependent upon nten than
d-Ucnbearbut a very small profbrbon in num. othcrs arc hs circumstances of life lead him to
htr to theseThis, too, wUlmroWbly be the fcei an immediate dependence on that Being
itate-ot ihingi .(vnpiges-lj doiie ; for the u who-giveth rain from heaven, and fruitful sea
cheapness'-and MiexbauIl!ncntwess of land, Rnns.M
and the;cojueqQej)tea AH these circumstances put together, there is v trAiuisQTos, , 113
r mV.rA tjirisrit Tvis a lnr tim trtA ovtncivn 1 . 1 I 1? . f . I T OH Hill
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cstablisumcnt oi manutacwrci.. x he lnnaou. thriving farmers is more free from disquietudes,
ants of the eastern and middle States generally and morc favorable to the enjoyment of content
cultivate their own land, and are lords of the soil ; raent and happiness, than that of almost aiv
and no circumstance can be more favorab.e to olher cUm 0f pe0plc. Indeed, many have been
ecisions, and not easily changed when its
the beauty of the composition, and the correctness of decisions are formed. Judgment appears to
".c hi, prominent intellect f?,ure , and In
a tew of bis pages to our readers. inc cxiiu jnuuon 01 any oujeci, ne seiaom sui-
ae following sketch of Mr. Mo.taos m drawn witli less fcrs jt to be darkened by prejudice, or warped
bv pionXhU brief .tctch, my,Iord..iU, U
Editoiu, sausty you, l presume, that no man could be
chosen better calculated to fill the dignified
station he holds under this government, .ana
that no man could be more cordially and sin- .
cerely disposed to further the interests and to
promote the prosperity and happiness of his
Mr. Monroe has never been blessed with
Tdcntof the tinted States,
the first translation to our columns,
I had yesterday the honor of an introduc
tion to Mr. Monroe, the present chief magis
trate of the United States. 44 It is seldom,"
says Dr. Johnson, 44 that we find men or pla-
ces such as we expect to find them; and 1 1 k Usue . anJ wh;t u remarkable 0ut of
me u1fijWiiuti;cuuuiwiuiiiuti6iiucuv6. u.t- giau to exchange nigh rank ana pawer lor tnc mn,t rnnr-- tua; : ,1,- orient instanrp the .ov , .., tt..., . Wui ut
todtew ttHlpifiUp-i..rf.griei.. SsreSiS: 'rTg.m;iT.!rit
-oritaminate this bodv of men. penerallv : extra-
7 " ' ' lUiuviVJiaii, uiv. "union viiii'vii", vt.w 1 IUUUU I'll iMUIirUC U 1IU1C U1UCTCIU II WUl I i J m,ntnn ),;, nipr, j
vagance and dissipation can never poison the Wanr. That rmtwrnr: after h had hW mv fanr v hatl nirturil him-hut neither na " mcnuon uiis mrrei asacun. f
ro.f .w r f -in, mi " 1 . . V "i ' J u tr ous circumstance. iMr. I. H Atlums, the
. . voiumaruy ten me mronc, empioyeu nimseii m - .,.r.w.u x u.-6uu . vv. present SecreUry of Suite, is the son of the
cxtravagan . .nd-thssipated; but these will betrL,anUng anU gardening; when being urged by to be. between fiiijr and sixty years of age, ;ccond prtsidentof the United States, and a
.V.T'2 : ??,Xrwtl u" ,V U wuoie ,lumocr- Maximilian to resume the. reins of government W,1H -"" c !,nuu,v; 34',r'. , ?
me common course ot things, there will al- the imperial purple, he remarked, "ihtifrT wusi.uii.uu u.
man of great talent, information and indus-
nnrnfl c i is hto ljriltAn f rv Vt a
ways be amonrfthem tenfold more industry than hc could &how Maximilian the cabbages which considerab e hardiness and vigor ; his coun- iantjal chai u 9aid lo discoVere j
!At ri I 0 tfrvinre evhihit linenmetit nt rreat Sfve ritv. . .. . . .
I '?Slan"s ' nm """- be had planted with hi, own hand, at Solona. he md 6temj ;f j, 8l lJom ifradia "'! "8 W e.ect.on. o, hi, cnMnet
idleness : tenfold
. any than of waste and ruinous extravagance.
: The dally occupations of farmers give them a
peculiar jbardiness of body and mind, and render
the'.iiroorc capable than others of sustaining the
fatigues and braving the dangers of warfare.
Ueing owners of the soil, they have a much
greater interest at stake in time of invasion, than
those have whose property is moveable, and can
should no longer be urged by him to relinquish )v the rays of joy, or softened by the touch !
the enjoyment of happiness for the pursuit of of sensibility ; he docs smile, however, but
not like Shakspeare's Cassius,
M in such a sort
As ii" he mocked limisclt', and accrued his spirit
1 hat could be moved to unulc at any Uung
council, or executive officers. These are the
secretaries of state, war, treasury, navy and
attorney general, all of whom, with one ex
ception, possess the rare gifts of nature in no
ordinary degrr ; and who have already ren
dered themselves conspicuous in the walks of
As raicnstD is kkolaxd.
The farmer may easily judge the proper time
be easily transported from one countrv to art-1 for mowing grass by the quality of it. When
At these moments, there is a benignity and literature, the fields of eloquence, and on the
suavity in him that invite confidence and re- theatre of politics. You will understand that
nel susnicion. He is rather awkward in his
add for a -man who has mincld so much the Secretaryof. the. Navy, (the exception I
f JP$.&.Auhe,s bDnJdi)e c.utas.oonJ;;, no ac-, ;j
lrrtcrest'fri tudi' -fiir irvaA uAtu iii fArts th hnttA it.i''"u;'M.'knev'.r-'nlarn onnmrf .. I auamtance: ana with whom. Irom what cause ?
, - "nil .vi v.lj.I na-I w rj" f5 O J lUHUH OlS.MIUIV UlUSb Ul o l"l. v,yuH ,.Jvl- I..I... .. ! - , . " .
nuns, uuu lur (ju.eincbs anu oruer at nome. It I luv u 11 11 aiauu iujjci, muic vfm uc jusi uy lueraan, man iii utLuuipusticu 3ti.taiuau, ui 4
can never be for their interest to leave their the quantity of loaves rotted at the bottom, and profound politician. Awkwardness of man-
farms and turn soldiers, unless imnerioii the ill flavor which these will eive to the rest, hers, however, seems to be more common
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btf cTrv,,M mii. u -....n.. iiion ;ji iw k w. ,k amoncr the Americans man nau conceiveu.
w vu.i vuii I ttuwt ii nvuiU UV LlJUUllV CUIl I vstMia wan iv kh'( uj K w" I
. a y f.
I am unable to -sav, the American public-
seem tole a Tittle dissatisfied.
QUEEN OF ENGLAND.
ti-rv to their inclinations. Therefore thev vonld When other circumstances permit the choice A.nc,r m?" Cbl"K" UKU U,IU' ?. Th foUownng extract of a letter from the Queen of
i ' 'I I cmnt ,n ihoi pitn .ylHrfanrH nnrl rrrari whirh I i i i . .. . . - . ,
beunwillW to enirarre in aitv but a r. of time, it should be when the trrass Is in full V.VM. ,M . ' o , tngianu, puousneu .n me London Mix, possesses conno-
. 0 - i--o-o- ; . . - " r uiinmiKh the nrnminent noiuicai cnaracters i li . -.. r..i ..
war; and in .sttch war, a war of invasion on the bloom, before the stalks begin to harden, and I f F d Enjrland. The nature uf their L,rK( anAM w u,.
part of the chemrthey would not fail to bear a kather early than late, because the more sap re government has a tendency to beget this, by to, to traduce her. character, to prevent the different
nana inev would he amontr the hrst to enn-nnp. mains in.ine roots, me sooner inc next crop win nrovpntmnr those sacrihces to the nracts nnu-pm nf Fnmw ..inm ;th !.. tpnit n.
- - f J q O ' I I Q . - - fj unraw r ah VJ. 1 Mill w Mllllt JIV 1 l -
and the Tast.lo yield. Fo- these reasons, top-ether spring up. A dewy or dusky morning should which are made in the more refined and pol- pect anddefcenev, and even to desUx.vJier W Indeed,"
w kh othcrs thlt are obvious, the farmers arc the be chosen for cutting the grass ; because,-being ished nations of Europe. The importance from the character ofVtbe exr.tt'c'dpei-sonag'e will, w-honi
Mtkt bnlwi..klf ihn.fmmti-. : Ami if n,. then fullest of san.it stands bet to the-sevthe. and. magnitude .of. their . pursuits, . and.; their OUcosmm, and. from the known obsequiousaeiu
v" " - w iiu i " - j- , I t t tall ait . . i
tionrl iiuleDendcnce and rcDublican insthi.tions When the hieh noon tide sun has dried the SSHSi v.
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l . .. - - T.v. f i 1 . f .v Hfr-'ptnrl fi-tKar- ArntEirt Ife w tut ah " r "CTr.t-,f.;AmiKoiii'T tfi ft h &rt hgwrtiTni : '
s. iculd be preserved and perpetuated, (and Cod I grass, and made it recline Us, head, the mower . ' , 1 u u- l 1 I . .u . i n j- .w m
nu uuHwswivti Miiuirttiujamu u,- i tinn nf t im v tprmr pmhc 11 Khmtn s en in. I ments on the conUnent sbcu d so fa.r divest thcnuelvesoF
tiiviit they fnajl !) it would be principally by will employ, his Umc . more usefully in lnakinS. dustriously cultivated by our countrymen every honorable, every noble feeling, as to ybmc the
means of thej Substantial yeomanry, a .hotly of the hay already cut, than in continuing to mow, -i;-r;n. nf rhpsterfield. with all his refine- protectors of assassins, the persecutors of aliless and"
men the most fneornipitljle, the most brave and witl1 great additional labor, grass which no longer ment and fsci zxation, would be regarded in a,most fdemlless fcnuilei Would nojpbe believed, were it
liardy, the most attached & the country, and in- makes the due resistance. Let the haymaker thU country as n mere petit maitre, calculated not for th(i " unninjr iicUVAvjuch; the twZ .,ctt
-yrnftdy. the "ihosriiumrirdi.:
(Jmr farmers at the present day have advan- cially if it lie so thick in the swarth that neither
iags muth superior to thosV enjoyed in piece- lIc air nor' sun can pass freely through it ; but if
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iing ages. Great iiu provcWents have , been " 1S 11KC1y 10 rain, ist u remain in me swarm.
follow ilio mowers as fast as il is culrown,espc- only to 'charm the eye and to facirrata W
itiade in ;.aglteuU&,: ard thesWm'provements I the evening make it into grass cocks ; and the
(ttjx still progressing.; great improVntsLave Ptday, as soon as the dew is off the ground,
afscjWcfl made in loads ; so that it is mucTTcasier prcdfit againand turn it, that it may wither on
ark ihgjjioduce to market lljaa it was formerly; the other side ; then handle it, and if you find it
PMlic worship an villa jc schools are "attended dry, malto if up into large cocks. If the weather
vith more case ; social i itercourse is promoted, prove fa&rable during the second day, the grass
anMiends and nejhbor i arc bj ought, as it wc re, will by Ujat time be so dry as to bear being kept
iigpertb one anotticr ;.fbr if by reason of better n thes'"cOltSi the day on which ilj is to be
ioajl ;, the travel jjf ten Jnilcs is as easy now as carted, whenitAnould be spread ovei" again in
that of five mils was formerly, it is in effect the morning, to receive a further drying,
thejsame as if the ocaI distance were shortened The cocks slioulbe' made as tall ancj taper as
, his proportion jjl . f ; pbssibier-because twioidis8 1f??tt
SlWf" has been ranked among. the the m , will dry the hay wleraerfJj!.
heart ot lemale ignorance.
dered from my subject. Mr. Monroe is at
tached to what was once denominated the
republican party ; for at present all party dis
tinctions seem to be lost, and the. parties
themselves -wholly amalgamated In his
political career he has manifested the most
unimpeachable and unbending integrity ; and
though long before the public, has seldom
failed toj meet the expectations and; to gratify
the wishes of the people. That he possesses
ambition, will not be denied ; but his ambi
tion is limited to the attainment of excellence
and distinction within the bounds of patriot
ism aud honor. If he hau not the unbending
sternness of Cato, he has the more pleasing
and benignant integrity of FabrJcius. Mr.
Monrbe entered earlv into public life, and has
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its ar.ct eomrtii-riTeq niuti
But I haveflvan- Extract of a letter fntk th .Qittf foEtgtdrid, dated at
Home m th Wh if March;
44 During mjr residence at Milan,, in conse
quence of the infamobs belwljor of Mr. Omp
steda, (he having bribed my servants to bee omo
the traducers of vxj ' ciaracteiJ j.or.e of my l'hg
lish gentlemen challenged him : the Austrian
Government wnt off! Mr. Oinpstcdii I wrote
myself to the Emperor of A istria, requesting
his ptotectibn againstpies, who employed pci -sons
to introluc,e themselves into my house, and
particularly into my kitchen, to poison the dish
es prepared for my table. I never rtccned ijny
answer to this letter. After this"! was obli
ged to go into Germany, to visit imv relative the
Margravine of Bareuth. The shortest j road for
my return to Italy was through Vienna; j and ,
took that' ioad, wimhtte'ring hepe thct the
Emperor would protect me. :,Aj rived at v len
f : j
na. 1 demanded-puUie. satisfiction lor Ue Dubiic i- . i
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