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June 20, 1820, edition 1 /
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co.vctuDn rR(Ji: rotrimi pact..
uirruuc, arul seru.isly wvifthcd, Ht.au im
portnnt undertaking while the reprinting i
' ibrcign wotks wasst-Mom attempted.. 11 u
now at leant one humln-J American work',
-some ol'vhich irc Jargifantr respectable, niv
nually, issue, front ojr presses; and the re-.
' publication of foiign books is carried on in
' "almost every part bt our country, atld par
ticularly in the capital towns, with; a decree
of cntcrpriz?, and to an extent which would
' ' hot disgrace some of the most cultivateci'part'i
of. the Kuropean world.
-' before the revolutionary war the Book
seller in the American Colonies ..we're few,
and carried cn their business wa contracted
- wan.-Stnee-thiU t tm thei r number has in
""creased moU &mffl ffclJ ; ttnd the extent
of their anauul .sales, perhaps, in a still greater
Itroportiqn Thi rtajfjKiJli1!!?.:.
dertook to dispose of a moderately large
t'dition, even oi-a spelling -book, cwisiderrd
himself as engaging in a hazardous enter
prizes But ia 1790, a single bookseller
thought himself warranted in attempting an
American edition of the LncuchpceJiu Briton
n'tcd in eighteen quarto volumes, and com
pletely succeeded in making it a profitable un
dertaking. And since the last mentioned
year, a number of works, extending to many
volumes, have been carried through Ameri
can presses, with great case and readiness.
The Grst edition of the Bible ever printed
in America was that by the Hev. John Eliot,
the Celebrated Apostle of the Indians, in the
language of the Naticki. This monument
of pious labor was first printed at Cambridge,
in Massachusetts, in lf(4, and a second edi
tion at the same place, sixteen years after
wards. From this period till near the close
nf the revolutionary war, at bo low an ebb
ivas the book'trade in our country, that we
hear of no attempt to print Tin edition of the
Uible on this side of the Atlantic. About
the year 1781, Mr. Robert Aitkcn, of Phila
delphia, undertook to present the American
public with a duodecimo edition of the Sacred
Scriptures. This laudable undertaking was
executed, but with great difficulty, arising
from the peculiar situation of the country at
that time. But within the last eighteen or
twenty years, undertakings of this kind have
become so numerous and so familiar, that the
, importation of Bibles for the supply of the
American market, though not entirely, has
in a great measure ceased. The first quarto
rdition of the Bible printed in the United
States, was in the yar 1791, by Mr. Isaac
Collins, then residing at Trenton, in New
Jersey, In a few months nfterwards, another
quarto edition was published by Mr. Isaiah
t nomas, of Worcester, in Massachusetts;
who, in the same year, lard before the public
thr first folio edition of the Holy Scriptures
that was printed in the United States.
C Tnr.SlXTrTYVlt COviiFJinr n.
A late National Intellienccr contains a 1'st of the titles
;f all the Acts, hr. passed at the first session of the 16t!i
' '"OTgres" wWi tTc name of the House in which they ori-
ginated, dates of approval, und a compendious and very
- ah of them. We have selected tho most important,
r vhieh we now lay before our readers. , .
Resolution, declaring the admission of the
.- state of Alabama into the i'nion. (Senate. 14th
Dec. 1 R 19 ) fc ' .
) Alabanui admitted into the Union on an equal footing
with the orljriiul slates. r
' ..J An actmakin? appropriations to supply the
'-:..-.' deficiency in the appropriations heretofore made
hi , ; icir..ihc..complction ot the repairs of the north
;3v und soutn wfltgsof the Capitol, for finishing the
irrr- : , president's home, nd the c Vcciion "of two he w
:v Executive offices (House, 10th Feb. 1820.)
. 7SJXX) lot!Ai8 ar north and-aouth wines, 13.174 dol-
VyV.W .! Ilk V' II , 4 f ... V
in act to provide for obuining accurate state
rtsof,the foreign com meae of the'U.States-
' ' , , , h . '.; !;?r '":s liter,.'! cu.-.tTnlnrMvith ra-jpr- i
. h k,1 crowded Villi luhtMi ami cnll. nu n, who wrr'
: ,. " : ' H.cd at tivt ry elevated part of th l.oat t rvcml C T
4 . VorCXU. of mtiHicwereaU4M-nirirt.d. 'H.e tc am ..! i..' i4"'
u . .1
"' LATEST FROM ENGLAND. ,
!iif Iferculcs, rrived
m. t.at ...titn rfj!if lir.d'.n?
the 27th nlr. , Opt Cjbb hu? f-vored Ua- chI. tors of tl ie
Me;rn.il -.Urcrtisr r with Liverpool Mrien to the dat
uf .itn;ii;f. .d Jmlon paper. M1 !tUIJsti to
tlu wln ( the 2Jlli lift. W contain no poLucal
pAaw f.f Siv U'.)on ti.e en:'.fiei:(a of tf.o l.vjrr.i
1,5 epi.- are to he prii.t.-d fo.1 the M? of C inrts.
com Mi.ut:t; A N u r . v I ivx.
(Srnatd. loth I cb. 182'.'.)
. 'fhc ltc'nttr (if lh4 Treasury, tinder direction r.f the
Sicrvtir"! to prcnarc fctitc'd ncc(HiiiU.f the com
tiinvc of '.the 1'. !tatt , to be hul(hii'oj2 (;oii)frc.
T!it axoMiW are to ccnnprel.cnd o.L epartrd mnl
Imported,' and all n:vigtlou t niployc ( in firt't;fii trade.
The c.oit and iamoria to am! m,i eae'i co'intny and
their val.ies, aiw to ixs staled, ti;;etli r with the country
of the exported pnnluct or WnnLetur, and the re
spective val ivs. The navigation 11 to be stated hi r.icli
a' way, a.1 to exhibit, pamtcly, tho tonnnjre cf vcshcN
of thc.l'nitcd SUtcs, and of foreign vchik K employ ed
iti the trwL- between the t'nited States ami e ach'wrciffn
country, kml tlie amanit oHihage. pSqJX
fowTjnV'cwinfiyiiifeil HMwielftrSSe. - Vo tlTvCt 1Si
purioser jaajiicts,iuvare- to-W U livered lind-verified
acHHirdlwg'lv tlwoUctoniof tlnj custom r U keep
coiTcs'iowling" Hccoutrta, and make jjur.rWly returns to
ilia .lieBater.-'J'Jic Mccrelary i)f Hie .Treasury ia tadvc
lilrectioiw and tv preMcribG rules and forms, w hich are
on the 30th Sept. 15JJU.
""Aii"5cl'dc"si'natinj; the ports within which onljr
foreign armed vessels shall be permitted to enter.
(House. 1 5th May, 1820)
After 1st July; 1S2J, (breiju armed Tc&iela cannot en
ter any lwrbor'ba.'onging' to the l States, excepting
PnrtlaiKl, Itonton, New In:lon, New York, Philadelphia,
Norfolk, Smitiivillc, N. C. Charleston, and Mtiic u -less
forced in by distre, purs lit of an enemy, 8;r. The
President may e mploy the land and navtd forces, and riii
liti, to enforce the provUions of this act, and to prevent
foiriji armed vcasel loitering in the wiiU rs of the t'ni
led Stales not lying- in the direct course to or foni tlie
ports appointed. -
An act supplementary to an act, entitled 44 An
act concerning navigation." (Senate. 15th May,
The first section of thia act closes the ports of the Uni
ted States alter the 30th of Sept. next, to Britiih vessels
cominif from I-ower Canada, .New ISrunswiek, Nova Seo
tia, Newfonmllanil, St. Johns, or Cape lrctori4 llerniiida,
Ukj Itahama. ami Caicos. &c. The 2d section reiiuires
boial from llritish vessels not to convey productions of
the United htates to the prohibited places, i ue sec
tion pndiihits the iinjwrtation af ter the 30th Sept. next,
from the interdicted places of articles unless of the
growth, Sic. of the particular place.
An act for apportioning the representatives in
the seventeenth Congress, to be elected in the
states of Massachusetts and Maine, and for other
purpose. (Senate. 7th April, 1820 )
Massachusetts to choose only 13 Itepreserttatives in the
17th Congress, and Maine seven. In case of the vaca
tion of tlie seat of a Representative in tlie 16th Congress,
elected from Massachusetts, being an inhabitant ot Manic,
his successor is to be an inhabitant of Maine also.
An act fixinj' the time for the next meeting of
Congress. (House. 13th May, 1820.)
The next meeting of Congresa to be on the second
Monday of November, 1820.
CHIMES AND PUNISHMENTS.
An act to continue in force " An act to protect
the commerce of the U. States and punish the
crime of piracy," and also to make further prbris
ions for punishing the crime of piracy. (Senate,
15th May, 1820.)
K 2d, 3d, and 4th sections of the act of 3d March.
1819, continued for two years, &.c Robbery on board
a vessel, or upon tlie ship's company, on the high seas,
or on tide water, declared piracy, and punishable with
death. Umdinir trom a piratical vessel, and committmir
robbery, declared piracy, and punishable with death.
I'itiens seizin? neirroes on foreign shores, for the slave
trade, Sec. adjudged pirates and to suffer death. Cititens
on toard lorvign vessels, ami any person onboard Amer
i an -vessels, being concerned in tlctaininir ne'CToes, Sic
not hrld to labor, kc. or transferrini them from vessel
to vessel, Sec. ia the tJvc trade, declared pirates, and
to suner ucaui.
An act making further provision for the sale
of the public lands. (Senate. 2 1th April
. , w- V '"I V sn 1 a . a . . -
half quarter section See. Fr UieIousa and the
(Art i k i:. . -i.K-v... 1 1 I country on the choice which hair been made". There
iii uc mnu cimic , nnu cucuuuii w ucre nnr i ,, .. - . ---
cial provision has been mSde, for the. sale of land in town TM 1 unu8Uiiy IuU teixUnce ot Member. for the first
Ms. No credit on sales of public lamls after 1st July. ' . 1 "c""""l. coiismennjr ni mey naa au io
I820j and complete payment must be made on the dav S """V previous ceremony ot bcingr sworn.
a receipt for the money before tnt?y. The hijHiest bid-1 1 ln9 er dusk, almost rcsembleB a besieged city.
news of iinportHPec. ' t , , , ,
.Tlie cotton market had been nore lively, anl pncci
;mnr..A . little, me sale oi me wai eea
amounted to upwardi of 15J'JO bags, of winch about one I
i..ii .t-. iitifr ran.
TU K-rliC Si uuik. died in the south of France, on
the 6di of April. .. -
. The new Parhament mctontne ivin, nui mTton
Dondent AIaxcwhA statca Aat the Km speech would
w,t he K-celved there till the 2WH." inc right nonora.
blfi -Charles Manners Sutton-WM eteetea pcwir
ir.uidis f f'nmtimnpt.
in.- tJiaU ff.r fiTiVh treanon itoscd oh the evening of
t r . f
llie 2Tth of April, aivl the oex inominjr semencc oi
death was paiwi il on Uie 'prisoners. Ori Saturday, tho
9:th. th Common Scnreaid naule hU report to the Kuvr
in (Conned, of the elereti men wlio had been sentenced
the day" previous. Alter two noun acuuerauon, xne mi.
Jowinir vcrc olered for execution on 1jic Monday foU
lowing, (Mav 1st,) vix: Jrttur 'lldtilcwiHl, Jamct Jitgi,
IV.mu.1, Krilnt. Richard 'JHtld. and IViUiai ThnhUon.
The remaininjraiic, who pleaded pilty totlicir indict.
mcnt are reunited durinff the pleasure of tlie kinr.
The five above named t re to be Inmf?, and aJterwardl
beheaded,' arid their bwhes tlivklcd into four quattew.
One of the papers before us says i aThc pnsoneit at
nressnt exhibit a rrt ( f enthusiastic braven-, and tx
tress a oride in havinif an opportunity to lav ilown tlitir
livco in the cause of freedom, lliey all reiect tlw? kind
attention of the Rev. Mr, Cotton j they aay they want not
his auti-iuncc, and p rotes themselves to be conhrmeu
On the 26th. a dirtner was inven in Ix)ndon,clurfly by
tle merchants engaged in trade with Spain, in cclcbra
tion of the recent change of the constitution of that
country. And about 1JU persons were present, among
whom was the Spanish ambassador. One of the toast
Fven was, 44 The Honorable Mr. FoKsrra, the United
states' Amoasaaucr at aiaariu.
A pctiuon toJiarjyianiej)itw.curcula wndpn. rc-
nuestinir a repeal of the existing laws relating to trade
and navigation ; and praying Uiat ships of all nations may
be admitted free into the United Kingdom, under the
same regulations as British vessels.
A minutenal paper states, on what they call good
authority, "tluit ail arrangement between two distin
guished personi is nearly if not quite completed j nd
that the l:ulv will continue to reside abroad. In forming
mis cicierminauon, u is auueu, - sue is saui xp nave oeen
influenced by the advice of an habitual oppositionist,
who did not consult his politics at the expense of his
I'he ad vahrrm duty on British manufactured goods
exported from liverpool, amounted, for the first quarter
of the year 1819, to upwards of 13.00X For the first
quarter of the year 1820, the amount was only 5,7O0i
A great falling off, indeed.
lne disgraceful scene of a man telling his wife, took
place in London On the 28th of April.' Bills were posted
in different parts of the citv, stating that she would be
sold acnrdiHj to law. At the appointed hour, the hus
band made his appearance, leodintr Jut vije by a halter
which was placed round her neck. She was " knocked
down," at a very moderate price, to a Butcher of Clare
w.a... 1. .
........... ....... V4V nv iien. with paajen.
gens ami the whole fleet toolc its station, facinir the kZ .
VarJ. The shore, on Corker's lloolc were ln?. . : 1
apecUtors I the Revenue Cutter was also tmlcr weW
ami a more hyely, anunuUng scene has not been w
nt SKMlfor many jrcarv flio Htmiet, sloop of ar t
irt thfstreatii, dressed smwrbly with all her algnala'wi'
the fmgi of various foreign powers i the Wa 74.
layingjt the Navy Vanl. si filled with .pecuSa, JJ
the heif Irts were crowded. About 23 minutts alcr det
en, the ship elided in thi water not with a velodtr an.1
a plunge which might be expected of . .MMt t"
clisii, but with a alow, dignified and handsome step; rir
ng a full opportunity for all the spectators to aeeThtr to'
nctlSn the mHjsvhich may hare been the cause of her
launch ever seen in tlm city y)ien the , hip was We in
be water, a talute was C'rcfom Ae.caAnon on tho -liciirhts
i the aalnngton repeated t and1 a
tiJWry, irtadatttfWrJIit n,leMhe4nman4--
jr t..:. .nn..i...i. i .t i A i "mm
ui i. ", WHVIUIM.U aiKi uie w noie or the sma
uc worm urui wj more arouna her. The ChanceUor
and Connectmit steam boats ranired alonpslb. rU
with the Ifcchmond, male fast to tow her In. Kotlung
was hcard'but shouts, together with the roar of artillery A
and the w aving of flags and streamers. A err hanUl
some balloon, with a parachute containing two American j
Bags, was inflaUd and ascended to a srrcatheirfiL' Th
spectators returned witlicAit any accident, as we havo
yet learned. Great praise is due to Captaiit Evans and
aw uic omcrr on uie sxauon, ior ineir arrangements and
indefatigable exertions. The whole" was conduiitedla
the best manner.
a. It was 4 proud sight to Americah'nU'acns genetaDta
see a sliip of her classp probably the finest in the world,
completed at this period of our national existence, and
with sued skill and matemht: the occasion must have been,
peculiarly gratifying to Mrfc Kckford, her builder, who
hxs, by this vcaseL added rhatcriallv to his established V
rcpiutatioirl he has sscn the object of his care and Indus
tricais zral for many months, safely confided to the ele-
a J t i a
ment tor wnicn sne was design llie aty was nearly
deacrtea, and all lAisinest was suspended it was onite
jubilee. . . s i - JTal.,iJv.
SAUSBURYJ. C.) TUESDAt; JUNE 23. 1 1821
TUB EXMtrXJTIOX .
Of the students of the Academies in this place, termi
nated on Thursdievejiing last. We had not ourselves
an opportunity of attending it j but we learn from those
who were present during each day,, that the pupils of
both institutions acquitted themselves In a jnanner highly
creditable to their teachers, "to their own progress, and
to tlie entire satisfaction of the Board of Trustees.. The
report of tlie examination was public! read on Friday,
and is now published In this day's paper. - -"
On Thursday evening,, the young gentlemen of ths
tow n performed in a very handsome style, the comedy of
" A cure for the heart ache,M. and die afterpiece, For
ttm'a VmVif T1p nmcrds of tba niirhL as usuaL ro
Nightly associations are formed I the performance ny ir. ana Mrs. iuxsax, irom ute
north, who very obligingly offered their services on that
The exercises of the Academies will be resumed oa
cwiia for new Executive oftiecs
An act nukiiisj further ppropriabns for con
tinttinVh'e work upon the centre buildrnof the
:. ".;:.Capttol and jot her ; publkLuildings. -L- (House.
Ulh April, 1820 V
';.;ror0wlH:ntlbr!lldlng'lll,769 dollars for painting
inside .the. north ami south wings, and alteration.' 2,867
' .tlolUerst for-mdnatingeTotmd-'irnmtitbe 'CsDitolr'fict
.7 . 5,391 dollar ; repairs, See. in the I'rcsid .irt's house, 1,10U
rtoliarsj-altcratjoiis anl lmprox emei.U m the Scuate
,.. An.acttaprov-idc; foe. 'the expense of surveyio
. v . rrt lilt tii-I i(-,la iKicrif XT.x..tt. T..VI..
ys. mi uiv if, iTUI tll'Vnl in ilia Clllll
.- for other purnoscs Scnalet5flrMay71"S2'0.
This aet appropriates 5,uOO dollars to defray ,thc ex
. . P 1 ' . y ', .. . '-1
-p.enees ui survey ; nnu also appropriates !ne sums ncces-
t ar' "nier the act for thft relicf of per-tns who paid du
nes on jrous in.portci into -Castine, and an act for Uie
XCHU oj Jttr L'hunning. - '
An act to provide for taking the fourth census
Of entii n c rution o f the i iihalutan ts of the Utike
St'ite ait lor other purposes. (House. 13tl
iMan-h, 1820 .
! lus act is atoihir to the several acts heretofore passed;
.t.ori.ng the 1st, L'd, Jcl.'reiksus wirli additional
t ool's t)P disci. ihinutiivr m the ease of sIIivph.. Wi
in; sjieci.J er.iiaierai ion ot tree -colored p reons, jr
L 111'.' it'll. I.V t( li'jri" '1 f n-,-iK.i ivvr ?!., a i.... i..
'V'-Vrfi'.w. t'-ittjie-feiietnfini esflabl1bt-."irfij.ni
.', .". 1Uiur "M.Uuls,' on kr Uiedcec'ijnii'.-tlic Sec
V - '. ' - .
vicinity of Charleville
there, and the peace and security of the neighborhood
nave bctn disturbed by turning up ground, nocturnal
.visits paid to the houses of some farmers, and threats of
a very terrific nature have been promulgated against
wme individuals whd have lately taken land there,
lowuos, irnu 2T.
The nw Parliament assembled yesterday. I:i the
House of Commons, the right honorable Charles Man-
ntrs Sutton was re-elected Speaker, amid testimonies of
unanimous approbation. He was proposed by Ssr W
WtJaH IrW alft:Jbr4taeMffrti
Monday, the 6th of July
at public saletaiUmr to nav. the U-act is to be asnin "l y ie ixwicvaru me passengers
?red, and the failinir bidder is rendered incanabL- of en.cwnter a patrol of five soldiers, a corporal and four
I . a . . . .. . .. - I nnilti-. U'rt rF thn l...a L'....k .. J . Cl
purciiising ai suai sales. Alter the hrst ot July, 1820.1 J,,. ""'S rrvmn whi io ot.ibj.
rhe same arranfrement is observed bv all the miards
nf, arw I anrlu fiV.w.. ,k ,.. .,T. . i I when mounted ; one half arc natives, and the other half
'" ..'v.vitt iui iiv.it l' will. W lV I r ...I I i
offered at public, before private, sale. Public sales to be . 1UI" :U'Hy ine ot thegoVern,
xept open two weeks, in case -of ditlerent applications ,,,uvu r me oisanecieci,
at private sale, preference is to bt given to the hifftiest V 10 boastthat S viss wou,d be of small avail were
bidder. tnc time to come for pressing their views. There 'is at
An act extendinS the time allowed for the " r 3, J1 l l,?e Pe rojaie jut at night tlie
demotion of fend sold for direct taxes, in certain 5 1!?
.... - r - - - . I l'v VIWUIHIJUIUUlUIlUiUUIliU.lM Il It AU'iu.
CasesT-f UomCT IIirMay, 1 820.) : I kI ronirlv iraarded. In Rh,rt
n-l... r j-. I ..- "is ..... u.i
i in: unit Hiiuweu ir reuempnon unaenne acis vin
Jam 1815, and 5th March, 1816, extended three years i
tlie extension is limited to the 1st June, 1821 1 ana inter
est niut be paid. - Equitable ami- reversionary interests J the want of a distinguished leader alone prevents mat
may he redeemed, in case of the leath or removal of 1 ters from coming to a crisis in. France
w.5 i ii.ii ii.i juutrr, tm in-imvii, n 10 uireci
the: marshal to make a deed of convevance foplands oldf
for. .nonpayment of dirt'ct-tftii. - L, T6e,4p--i
LAWS. ' . -, - - - -----
An net in omrnd tl.a n7t n,uUA it An 1 WASHINGTON, MAT 7 AgreeabW to the
nmVldf Tnr flip niiKllratinn f kA taiva f Ka
imwie aaopted oy the Navy Department of de.
. . I (Aimiitlnn rha namAA rT i r
United btatcsvantf for other
r-....v:.".j::j:.:.f r ' : l arrxne resolution or Vongresv the Navr Com-
l?or the last thirty years, it has been the un
io Irila'ia.in, fact nf nffiv.nun,, dltAr In K fh hr
1 I r (i t . I r . a. T i .w
tlie downfal of some nadons, and the rise oT 6th.- ''
er ; the extinction of freedom, and the alarming
and rapid increase of iron-handed oppression :
they have had to ecLo the greens of the oppres
sed, and the last sigh cf Jhe victifns of unhal
lowed ambition ; and rarely did it fall to their lot,
.during that period, to pipe the soti notes of peace,
o i ' V v
tn lav before their reuri the Dleasinz ,
arc now turned.' Svprds r be?t into plough- -
shares, and spears Into pruning, hooks wars,
and rumors of jwiTS&htt f nearly ceased j and -
the terrible commotions, ynich for so long a time
oi an Konroaenintr cnnvuiumn sniiiu i...i.i .i..
throne become vacant, The event in Spain has produ
ced an electrical sanutinni nr1 nim!iiCMimi.i uti.
Ulh May, 1810 )
nature, to be. published in tine newspaper in
of Columbia, and not exceedincr three in each
territory. Treaties to be published in like manner, ex
cept Indian treaties, w'hh&.ae?f$J pubiiahed in only I from her mn5hp k
,. j.. ay j,., a aavair W V IVIftVV, . SSV , I 1 1IJ1I1 ' Lt. ' . L l I
section of act of the 20th Ar.rii: 1818. is rented: hut v,,w'--. launcne
.1 :..r..V.. .I 1. IhfiXt. . N
lilt i riirm i i il ii ill iirti ni thh-'h nittivr w rnn nonou
av WV .w V V. t a- VIIV I V IllVill VI VWIHUVIIM
; Tv be continued.
" F' aWJ
The name whichhe drew, WhwhTof course,
f- a stater was
JirDnorWtUM.ToTvcvcnl the reenrrence of this
most horrible and terrific if aUidiseases, aj writer in a
nuiaiieipiua paper propoRes, nisteau ot the cruel t
meiii yiiicn (ixs neiYiouii'e occn iiunCletTon tue
race, mat, uinng tlie siinuuer mmnjis, ill uogs
it large in ouritowns and cities nhoiJd we mtti:
. THE LAUNCH.1
KSW-TOHK, TliT ai. We tli-U XavTtn.o.
f . .k' ... L " " . " wwonrse
"4 1""- ccieorauoni)! anv event in this
B M,f " "H unaieajuni, smart Drecie enabJed vtssels of all chsi
iuUiil JVW fift. '"WJ-m.w,
iiiihi.Dnrra m. i ...
.-, '. - '..P.r" """S'wu euiue imaiu tlie JiUUcn- U f
Will nVLTKfilayni V, ..JtfJaJ aTJffKJa,. .Ifl af.amt tit -IJaTT HPa tg.,1 SSr.4UlWfl H k El M Tl Ji tC . V ' , TlTf 1 1 'a, -1 "tjTj- i rr laftti 'aV J'V-J;-. 1M'M
Apeeidjtholf, n.iumm totue aiu.Js;Tke ded with ateanrboats,'slo)ns. kxuuA
iltfeli tK- J'f'J. 'f at i:l .- . ilh iv.-rli-i't
shooSt thc old world tQ its centre, have been suc
ceeded by peaceihfraiet: Etifope has unitu
most exhausted intthe lap of peace, and U wm
require sme timj retrjit . her strength suffi
ciently to enabl licr to recommence the work of
humaKchiiOtiIt IhCTvWing ofo
distant hundc is heard, and in some parts bngn
coiiiscaiionvifcht up the ljoliticai' horizon i but
Se impatljtern only? They are the
o emanations of freedom, jvdotc , .
r i.ri5nfr nd f?rft Vmdlinz on the ter? -
bat.tlements of oppression. .They are the effects
of peace'and tho results of experience, and xsi
give permanency to the present quraw
world, by depriving ambiUonjyranny oi ur
power to disturb it. " y! . .
Newspapers now wear a very tliffcrent com-
plexiontiom what they Used Id formerly ?nt J
the cry at present is-u there is no sew . the p .
pers are dull, and uninteresting ; ana ine)
now thouo-ht hardlv uirthv of suppott. Uut.
lhere o-fW-Jthre nolhtng uansputv
our own coUntr,; n6tl.iiW1n "various pan e
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