'1,e Mis! uliatcVr the lime imp'tv,
lvv'il Ihc tumful strain iliiiiri:..M orr.
Vi hen you"
..Hie age of
nil is i;ounuing nxr,
, untangltt by art,
is fixed on thcr,
Thou srtU early gulden fight-
Vhicb"n1s tltc morning sky
Th strf M ail-wana aud.brigul ,....,.
Child" the gay and gleaming heaven,
Sri down to bless us here,
k the gloriourboon ts gtren,
'check affection's tew. .
ToA atcli o'er Kwfi wasting form,
i r.-x . .i i i 1
f soothe the heart no longer warm,
tod calm the heaving sigh.
low fond we turn in joyous youth,
To meet thy .smile di?inc,
ro rest upon Uiy lore and truth,
And worship at thy shrine :
Sylph of a purer, brighter sphere,
From heaven's enrhantrd bower
Thou cam'fct to male existence dear
. And deck its way with flowen.
Thine U the soul-bcuitchiflg power
Of love's delightful thrill
Thine is the kjH and tranquil Lour,
When each dark tlioug-ht is still :
But thine is ne'trtheeart of clay,
( ' That spurns another' woe
Unblcst with feeling's geniil ray
('old as the mountain's snow.'
To thee we fly with gritf opprcss'd,
When the abaft take wing
And when the arrow writhes the heart
TIkmi healckt all its sting.
Woman thou coincst, clurm of Lfc,
A calm along its sea :
And tltc asylum from its strife,
Is only found in thee.
MOM POCLSoVg DAILI lOTSITMH.
question to him, tn which he would 'give an
immediate answer and in the prcuncn of the
pope, the cardinals, and great men of tin
place, he obtained i his defence as much telat
as he had received at Paris. , Jjbccalini, how
ever, asserts, that bis challenge was received
with pasquinades, and that he retired from
Home: in disgust.-'"l'roni; Home he passed
to Venice,, where h- introduced k himself,
by an elaborated po'crn to the! learned Aldus
jNIanutius. He pined mho - the.riendship
of LauYentius Mussa, Spcro, Speronius, John
Dcmatus, " and'bther learned pcrTons r and
from the doge and.thc senate, in which he as
tonished them by the .rapidity of hi eloquence,
and tFraTcfulnes of -hi manners J be - vis
ited Padua.-:At Padua he-pronounced an ex
tempore poem, on the beauties of the univer
sity," and after disputing for sir hourswith
the-juoat 6;lebratcipiQfe.sior.sxnd refuting
the doctrines of Aristotle, he concluded by
delivering an oration in praise of ignorance,
which excited universal applause. He fur
ther exposed the errors of Aristotle, In the
presence of the university, and for three days
astonished his hearcrsr supported:- Int-propo
sitions,' and obtained the praises and the ac
clamations of the most crowded audiences.
At Mantua he displayed his bodily agility by
attacking and killing a gladiator who had foil
ed the most skilful fencers in Europe, and had
lately slain three antagonists ; and with great
benevolence, this admirable Scotchman bes
towed the reward he obtained for this ex
ploit, upon the widows of the three persons
TV a un Friftid, vifV a Pochrt Tctfamcnt.
Hie Charter of a nation's weal,
Is dear to every patriot'9 heart.
And he that scorns its sacred zeal,
In Freedom's flame can share no part
To voting desire, how choice the deed
Tliat crowns the wishes of the heir !
How earnest is his anxious heed,
Tliat nought shaU the bequest impair.
But dearer than the charte red scroll,
That stamps a rising nation free, '
Dearer than riches, to the soul,
Is the bequest of Deity.
Tliis guides the weary wand-rcr's Taj V
This tells of a netlepnser's name;
And he tliat on Us truths can stay,
Shall smile whe worlds re wrapt iu flanxv-
Varittj 's Uie very spice of- life.
That gives' it all its flavor,
itu tut mitntit Atifocm,
"Look ero )(u leap, or elno you'll p!tj't!. t,."'
' It was on a fine morning in the month of
May, when, in accordance with the cheerful
ness of the season, a party of youngsters, of
whom I was "one, were "amusing themselves
by all .kinds pf( capers among the ruins of utj
old barn, belonging' to my uncle llartholo
mew. The jport had. continued for sbrne
time without interruption, when, justai I was
about to perform some nev feat of aljility,
ampng.us',ui)ominicv!' said he, look ere
you leap, pt else you'll play the fool " and ito
and, at any jDthcr time, might have4icen;ati
tended to ; but at that moment, I was bent
oniblkiwing.rAO one.iulyice. exceptingTny
own, and therefore looking upon the old pfbv
erbof my uncle, araVcfry'silly s ayingri leap
ed, and as may well be surmised, I splayed the
fool S'-'An old beam. projected n good, way
from the wall, upon which we had repeatedly
leaped in our gambols, with safety, but by the
frtjueflcy of -our-weight. -falling xio itit .had
become very much looseacd thi$Jcircum
stance I might easily hve discoveredhad
been inclined to follow the dictates of the
proverb; but, as I t'aidbeforej was Vn
tirely out of the question. I jumped upon
the beam it gave way, and I fell andto
end the matter, was carried into the house
with my shoulder dislocated, besides being
otherwise severely bruised. Here was a sad
who lately had lost their lives. The duke of comment upon my uncle's text I bitterly did
Mantua was so nleased with him. that he ar U rue not following his advice ; but repining
pointed him tutor to his sonGonzaga.aycjuth at my m conduct uiu not one joi aoate inc
of dissolute manners, and of an unprincipled pin, and i bore it as patiently as possible, in-
hcart. Crichton, to show his gratitude,. and waroiy rwoiving w oc more circumspeci in
to suarjort his fame, wrote, in consequence of future. IJut in the main, I had not much
.1 J -.L!" t. I . 1 i rV I !. a tn Mnrut all fnr u-ttin lit.1. m
tnis, a comeay, in wnicn nc aciea in nuecn iw "-b'11 v"
different characters, and all with inimitable ployed in building castles in the air," which.
f r fl t I ... ... ...... MM .1.1 . . .. ...A. t U. A
success, in tne midst oi nis popularity, wnne " ) uuiig as uuy
walkinir durinc the carnival, and nlavintr up- poll : tne provero oi my uncie rusncd into ny
on his truitar in the streets of Mantua, he was mind the talisman was broken, and I return-
suddenly attacked by six men in masks. eu to tne patns oi reason, it nxewise iiirn-
I heir number proved nd defence against the isneii me wur. a store oi aavice lor rny icuqw
suncrior dexteritv of Crichton : thev were all creatures.
disarmed, and the leader falling on his knees, When I see a young farmer possessed,of a
bec-ged for life. It was CricKton's pupil, to Rood farm, well stocked, and in good cond
whom the astonished master. recollectinir his tion : and by which he is rapidly increasing
ri a. . ? "
rank, immetliately presented the sword, with m wealth and respectability, get a whim into
every apology for the opposition which he had head, that by selling off and moving to a
made. , instead o accepting the eenerositv. nnv country wncre.ne is entirely unanown,
the perfidious prince buried the sword in he can do much better, then the proverb comes
his defenceless bosom ! The cause of this into my head, and I whisper in his ear, look
cruel and brutal action in Gonzaea. is ascri- ere you leap, or rr you U play the fool.
bed by some to jealousy, because Crichton When I sec a young tradesman, ownrg.
was a ereater favorite in the eves of some ad- small tnougn sure-stocx, ana gaining a gooa
miredladv S but others attribute it to a drun- livelihood disregarding small taim and en-
. . . . . . . . . I. . . - , t ' V. J f J -
ken frolic, leaving it undetermined whether aeavounng to lorce tnat ncxir mmuca jaue,
the meeting was designed or accidental. This dame fortune, to bestow roqre copious gifts?
happened July, 1583, though lord Buchan by adventuring m hUertf0 ?n I mcessautly
nxes it on tne preceuing year, and asserts i """'"'jj u usuiu pi-
that he was then -522r-thcHiRh others with ubtionftherc
Greater probability, make him 32 vears old. nu inenas, i cannot loroear. crying out xo
His death was universally lamented ; the peo- him, 44 tre you leap, or the youlPplatj
rjfc .of Mantua mourned for him three-fourths the fool,"
of a year, and his picture appeared in the When 1 observe a young damsel inheriting,'
chambers and houses, of. everv Italian. To besides a good figure and heauttlul face,aon-
the character already mentioned, it raav be siderable share ' orthTVgood'tTiingT oHnls
added, that Crichtons memory warimiver- world," -i;"ertewr crntinually-A9.'
sally retentive, and he was naturally endowed fing" for the purpose oi bedecking herself
with treat powers for declamation, unex- with gewgaw and corsetts, thereby pervert
hausted fluency of speech, and unusual readi- '$ nature's laws ; and, after all, upon the
ness to reply. -. point oi oestowing ner person, anu iortune
upon some worthless rake, wnosc only merit;
I must not omit to state, for the honor
flip fpnftal tViat tinwvtr tvo r-r g
en s sake, my dear gin, ioou ere you leap, or
used as food, or at condiment. Zttv year'
e Iiavc, m our public journals, notices cl tlitt
futal effrcu of eating Mushrooms. We arc
r ... ' . . .......
informed tliat a respectable family in this city,
very-lately,' suffered severely from the use of
this product which, however palatable, is s '
frequently pernicious. in its effects, that 'it
ought to be universally shunned. AW In,
Tlie.VhitejriHs in New. Hampshire; are
the .highest in the United States, being be
tween T and 6000 feet above the level of the
ocesne ascent is bothrdifucnlt and dan-''
gerous, as the sides of the mountains contite
of naked, rugged,7 and precipitous rocks, over
. - . H it f. i
which; the -traveller Ir obliged to . climb" hi
slow and toilsome way 4 The last of July and
the;Jitbf.Augti3tJ the .only .time At.which,.
they can be ascended at all,' as tKey are the rest
of the year covered with snow.';
T01NTEDTOA8TB. li followinff htit wul pouv
trl toasts were drank $i 8hawle Town, in DJinob, on
the 4th of July last-v' V V
fhe Fair or Though partial to no par
ticular state but that 'bf. inariOTnythey are
always ready to promote union and gooafcel
trig, ' J
Agrtfulturc-Mty the; Iionest man who
puts his hand to the otrA,nerer have his
soul harrowed with carc7, ' '' .
'", domestic Maririfactura Vhile our men
make good husbands, our women good wives,
our children good citizens, and our .citizens
good soldiers, we fear no foreign competition v
The tan of Columbia -Who paid all our'
debts to John Dull, by boarding him for noth
ing, ; 1 :U
ted petticoatii and his ministers made thtfltt
but the people " put on righteousness, and it
clothed them.?? ;.v. "
TAr Timej Though hard times are plenty,
and hard money scarce, let us not complain
while we have whiskey for our friends, and
gunpowder for our enemies.
Of Jamfs Crichton, a Scotchman of the
16th century; whose adventures and personal
endowments have procured him the name of
HMIMlMWViy VIIVI.iWH . . w www vri .1 ll.l. 1 t , fV.....-
- . ' I IrvDD ftvnlnh aiih.Ii-m AH" niAiint r ail
1551: or, accordinir to lord Buchan, m 1560. K"" w '""rT.V -""V"'
(lies in his following the fashtons and being
0f dressed in tne very ton men i cry out, r in
i the very bitterness of angui?h," "for heav
ilTsthTrwaalor ignorance of the Danish language and had ? ra to, nptay thejo
hv his mother, Who was a Stuart, he wis de- exhausted our stock of ideas on the men m pkjBLIC LIBJUmES 0F OERMJXT.
scended from king K6btrt II. He was edu-' "'.rtfc,V; WWH,tu Wl . The Royal Library of Munich contains a
cated at Perth, and at the university of St. . u. kv..-rcollection of 4(X),(X)a volumes.--
AndrWsTwIiercTunder the tuition of profcs-acuoV 'antl rIDe cnu ,my aaya Vlluigeju
or Kumeribrohe inade iuc
w. v ,u..w. v tU4a: vuu,rlc 1 000 academic dissertations,-and 5000 manu-
nension. . .u rv..i- i
rr-i T-k i , i. . , 3(.iipu,,iiic uicsucu juiurarVv vuumuis
possess that frank and generous countenanced W nirrin. y tk- i ( vv!f-.
K t - i tvw iiiuiaviiuoi uiviui v wi if uiuil"
,v. iW uwumvj battel if pankularlf celebrated -for it valna-
uv-.u. v.vuiik iiiaiiuvi 3 mm uumv I 1 f 1 J l I t ' I wihhiuii u uin.wiit ny.i. , VLyrt k.iiij
4000, manuscripts. Anfong the
olumes which compose the Xibrary
rrl lur nra ltfTuvun -1.
, -.-.i.Vi'-'ill" --: ..-.- - - - I u .MvuKi ui..Jl.VV V. .VVf ... V ,!. VM
i . . .. . i - i niniincr inai incv are nor- an arrpnnvff tr nnt. i . -p , -r- m -
languages, un me appomteu aay, ne appear- , ' r , : .Tr;" " , tionsor tne i3iDie.:.inere are seven puoiie
rEJLlLE PIETT. X -
Mr. Sparks, in bit Letters on the Ministry, Kitoal ami
Doctrines of the Episcopal Church, hopes to b excused
for introducing the following extract from a Sermon of
ne of lhe most eloquent preachers, enlightened men.
and pious christians, whom tbit or any other agp.ba
known. .The subject of the discourse is, M The Uflu
enctf of the gospel on the character and conditio of the
female sex. The passage, which I am about to seleV
has reference to the tendency of the female mind to
Ggious sensibility, and its proneness to religious impres :
sions. -After speaking of the tenderness with which our '. "
Saviour always treated women, and of thfcir deTotedoesa
to him, eten after he bad been forsaken by his disciples
and all his friends of their following him to the cros
and watchingut liis sepidchre 4lw preacher addresses
the female part of his audience h the following. word V
t!? It is- infinitely honorable to your diarac-
ter, hat you ever teel a secret sympathy with
ajreligion,. which unlocks all the oK.esj.of
benevolent affection, which smues on even'
exercise of coroDassion. and eveh' act of kind.
ness. Ve may say too, perhaps, that your
hearts, not hardened by the possession of pow
er, me pains oi avarice, or ine emulations
public life, are more alive to the accents of
pardon by Jesus Christ, more awake to the
glories jof thu.invisible world. :The- Gospel
came, to throw- a charm, over domestic life ;
ahdfiiu retirement, the first objects which it
found, .were'mothers and their children, f.
came, to bind up the broken hearted ; and for
that 'office 'woman-was ttlways best prepared.
it came to neat tne sick ; ana woman was -
; gates of. life on .the langpidyc ot
gress, that, at the age" of twenty, he had run
through the whole'circle of science, and could
write and speak to perfection ten different
languages. . 1 hus gifted Vith mental endow
mentSt and aided by -all the advantages of a
graceful person, elegant manners, and polite
schokrs todispute with him-in-any art or t:"
. MrUhm.iVi-, fl;i.:V.iJi. which they eminently deserve, I cannot helphr ctll,
ed at the college of Navarre, and from 9 in ?
the morning till 6 in the evening, he so de-1 ?VC
ness or dress as their5 neighbors i they want : . ::-i , V
, " . i l n'i t iv3 hi uciiiii , uic iwu ui iiiciuai uucs urc
,w uivtii. niiii L. u..,.i i :i .1 :i r l
.I,. - i . . .'. I iiicavuyai juiurai y itim iuc-Murury ui in
feated his4pponents, and astonished his au-. n;t?el.,c?1 e ou ot a slovenly habit, Academy ; the former contains 160,000 vo
ditois,that the president, in admirationwith r;1" U,B wu" ""T ouy 6own lumes. and the latter ,30,000. It mav bt cal-
r... - i i ' i . lt dors not want wdsntntr. I m Danish lanipsr.'. ' r.-... .. .. .
uuivcrsuy, prescmea mm wim a aiamonai, ... - ? . - taintsu in tne t'uouc .LiDranes of the tierman
ring, and a purse of gold, as a toke
approbations 1 he next day, riot
by preceding exertions, he appearc
. .... . . i ' . . ....
LouVre, and exhibited, such feats' ih tilting,
umu. hi incMJiVJviiic ui UIV ui ilictrs OI . tor -. ti..!.i. '.I n: ! ..t , . - ...
. ...T t j - .. .1 . l rraia;3. aaui riimar, are tne reward of Mihlime
f.onn. ne rarricu awv inu Tine is i iir;i . - - . . . , ,
v.i . - ..- - A ..i,uuii3 i ui lues mo liimiihiitM iw i nnr iinjinirvj
v - "mv ",',,'?n.vv' V" I ilfAv. as ft ants liv: the dpwrtl hPii-in 1m. t ; 1. f.W Hfffffl. imorm1JStt70tmi-ll-?
r-.bitHa'fift. AtUome 'his challenged the wiU tU ' f wnrtW slonp "t,i h,;tn;'' .;:.. i;nprMS
- v v w r,wru,v "v,j i wviiujr uictt, . . juiai -frouuet. oniy ntyor wfc, CMt beaJelv
nrf ihtlrri- amount toupwarda of Jour nations,
exhausted ""' "'T WV.".S "l Ircm' besides the f arlous memoirs, pamphlets; Deri-
d at the i"7 8e manui
a iiia n a bh u n a ,i - w ..ai t .i. l a " . - ' . i
i M-i ifciim aim vjicfiuuu uuenuy...cARR. I
scripts. . yfr
ilA'i) a?i4i.-Doct orD atw;m',ii''nis'f7iv-
open the gate
the dying penitent," and womantwas fverjr
wnere to oe seen,. soitiy. tending aisin3 piywt
and closing the' yes of the .departing
u With this superior susceptibility ot reiig
inii tmnrcssinn. an l nntitude to the Dractical
asaociatea, against wnicn is w samenc .
ficuhto guard Sens'M
to weakness ; and religious, awe int&.'supej--
Stition, in your sex ottener, emaps, xnamu
ours ; yet, witn an inese aangip. au 'ii"
le compelled to fl ee i Fr6u thmansiohs ot tne
great, the academies of the philosophers, the
halls oC the legislators,5 oft the throng of bu
sy men, we should fiud ber last and purest re
treat w ith womenVttW ireside. j h?r J??! j
tar would be the.fertfiTe heart i her fast audV
ence would be thtf c1)ildrena.tlw.red
er escaping in silence from her lips, and heard, -i