fa Til i?lel riT. ' ,
I roae wldi t'n ilat pr-ars wdf.ft
Trrn tie rx-f f r ti,ts:wt, ti ttiM ff
. atii , (IfarV
J'.at ros monl'.i.f wl.lijxrt'l irt V' fm y
depsrtest fn tMMvM
t yt - lit brook,
Thta lk t W the gwes-rfW t! fl.U y
And enjoy kf the U Une, Ut Ut 1-oL
.Th fl avert to the gsrJea wera sweeter and
; TU U vtn mor d pWul tttfl
The pott u mors pW kauri, At thrush's song
- rarer ,
' TIe UW wort MgWulaM deafer tttrl
Iw Jrrp tb ImpressHm in; tw art from Uic
0i the morning t jtt them iW1ut Vxji.' '
Yet ft feting, tow kindreJ-telA sisters of nad
k. Tra.kd my WiTm renrt aset mjr tie I
Ufur I had iewcJ them and heard tbem
- Ikrt tbei I approached thrm to bid tbm alien
To cut on tboee pastures, tb wi and the
On the bom of rnrchiMbood,a la la Vwk.
" JJjt the bD of old brmdle forret BheU I neer
Tb Sell which ao oft I wilh (jUasurt had !h ard
la tbf paature, lh frore, m the Lanka of the
TW.le eeeklna; tt even the flock end 'he herd
JW seemed to return with i knelJ as I tout
Of the Urn-yard and brindlc, mj lest lut look.
ViUt bead ahal! dictate, the a, bat pen sUH
tTnat pencil pourtnj the emotion's cicest,
JLa, with tears falling fast," and with voice fruiter
. Mf mother approached whh hrr Wet but kit 1
Tbii heart vibrates jet with tb emotion
11 tol,M ebeftve me the UtU look. .
O tomt fmtrt theme, I tUre not purwe thee i
Tbie lamp, which tt best gmi fire -ft fittt,
.WiS be queBcbcJ vitb gritt, if I further renew
And vnp ft poor leu lo one dark mental nlfht.
U take of the theme, e that mominf I took
' Of friende, home, and ptiturei, a lat latt
tPlCWAMIC PUN .1 new rm.
The bom mibt do, eava I to Net!,
. Tho rather Ion j and aomethinp red j
That moet mj curioue notice' catchei,
JOn ejt'e aaq'iint thej are not matchea.
Matchea, eejre Ked, obaerrinf nifher,
.. .fTl tlltbxy are notxfcir bj mj lire, .... ,
' .TT.i Bof woufdfft the m both on fire,
"LlteTOT ExltatU &C.
riOM Tat atw JteaTBLt BaaAiiai.
1 SatuitU JTnnen. Chanca t Fmalt
; npintu -
CintludcdfrvM vr latt.)
One chance of "aingle blessedness"
! atdl reaerved for these Celibates.
Their affections, unclaimed upon earth
tbmctimeaetarexipieithe skies t
responding to the manifestation ot
Civiue love which tney ee en every
aide of them, tney draw down religious
UehtntTijr direct froot- Htaven, w hile
tt eo tret-k ton j&ttoT ;s r hjctl Only "gtiibV
it towards, tnc eartn. a ne uevouon 01
the former, at it is founded upon feel
intri. may He unioquiring and have
teodemry to enthusiasm, but it will
be cheerful and happy, because eman
ating' front the heart the latter ap
proach this subject with their heads
process which not unfrrquentlv makes
them sceptics, or bigots, or hypocrites.
. But let us suppose the happier case
cf a young woman,' "who, from her
beauty or fortune, is sure to receive
offer that is to; say, who will attract
fools' or sharpers, and be taken as a
J.'-ll,i jmxtne perhaps two, but if th.e third
be, merely free' from positive ohjec-
V tions, prudence urgeahisacceptance,re-
' 1 1 tattOTiS ICCOnq nruaence;t-yntrTirTr-ma r-r
- . i . i . 1
tie a man because he afford her no
... godtl , excuse for bating him. The
- Circassians of Europe have little more
choise than their namtsakea of Asia.
The happy palr";begin by commit
t tiog at great mistakel-they withdraw
s v themsclvc fromthe world to apend
, product uiisU
much ol one another at first, lind 'the
rl???i!eottoa'jind ennuh ,Sbe
Wbo:ina1rirta-aadleiwbo", will hang,
upon her aociety tilt he is weried, and
, then V recreatjocnelswhcre, has not,
so manv chances of happiness, as.the
woman whose husband is compelled to
tear himself fro br c6tupaoy (for his
duties, and gladly return to it for hi.
enjoyments; ,:" --r'':''t.'' ''
A man love generally dirormshea
afteriaarriage, while a woman a increa-
?m i !,' t:i ri mi i inn
l.rm Min.ciMti!, for i'.iu ; ;itte(t
thcr ftf erirt or put, whitb ib
lit! IrfOiiirt I o ofun dijniftfi with
the name of hve, d'mppcr with
J ,)mrnt wl.'.lc l!ie Hrt.If, huf !
tfut, fttvJilbem impcrccfiliUly kioii
U d ly i icnie of datv, by ihc toocioui.
t her dependence. nd Rragfy
cation prtd ixjvcll bkh I tt lout
chang of life invariably rtienu t
the outlet. Awakening from thii
trince. the h leiiure to dltcovef that
ihe hid rode over q ntr ira efjom!
ter. trictly ind faly J dfiguifl
pot onlr all her preicnt poiieHioi,
but ill iff fwlureriiwtauuni. U tjut
ihe my ever jrn by her ulcnut
the hti not become hit ierTnl,fjr
iiervanti, if ill uted, majr dep'.rt, and
try to better themecWcf tlaewncre, uot
hi aerf. hit l4e, hia white negro.
wh.iio. Jtcordinir to Judi IJjtlcr,
ifbimieira mariird mi) he may cor
,tb rrci with a stick of the Mine th.ikneaa
hit thumb, hater may be ita dl
mfni n We hear'of roay fetuia,
the .kn chaioi of love, theifl yoke
f t llvmen .bat who it to bear the
..ui-Krir.dmjr boudcr of d'ulikc, too
trtnpt, hatred.' The laimaJ bv m-n,
and ihereforc flagrantly in u
orovide no remedy t if the i
weapon, the tyngjc, the pruclaimed
a acold. a ahrewj and reminded of thf
Iticking-tK.I if the make hit own
houie uncomfortable to her huabaod,
everv bodv'i tUc it open to him; he
may violate hia marriage vow, and i
till a marvellout proper gentleman i
he may attotiate Hth profligate!, and
hit Iriendt exclaim Poor man! he
hat been driven to thta by a b4d wile !"
If the deierted and injured woman
meantime teekl relief fr.nn hcrsorrowB
in the nioat innocent recreation. Spite,
with ita Argmeyca, keep watch i.pon
her door, and Calumny doge her foot
itepi, hitting at her with ita ihoutjud
touguea, and spitting out lies and poi
son from every one. Let no tn.m
choose me for umpire in a conjugal
dispute. I need not ask who is the de
linquentmy heart has decided ag iinst
him bv anticipation.
Such, I shall be told, is the result of
uncongenial unions ; but it is a mistake
to suppose that men seek congeniality
in their wives. In friends who are to
share their eports and pursuits to ac
company; thm. in shooting, hunting.
lflinlnff f 1 J?u r reugton
I over a bottTr j they naturUy sctecl sini-
ilarhy.of taites; but vomen are tndo
ntlllling ni an una, msj ait vuu "i
their domestic duties, and as these are
petfectly distinct from the nun's, he
locks out tor contracts rather than urn
formitv. Hence the male horror of
Blueitockings,thesneerwith which ev
ery blockhead exclaims .' Our wives
read Milton and our daughters plays!"
1 ihealcruv-titlwwhich-hi -assurnr
that such learned laditt must necessa
rily "make sloppy tea, and wear their
shoes down at the heel i and the convin
cing self-applause with which he quotes
Though Artemiaia talks by fits
Of council, fatheiVcIaMica, wita.
Reads UalbranCbe, Boyle, and Locke," be,
- Let u imagioe.-oot a patient atoik
fish, like Grutlda, but an accomplish
ed woman, "paired, not roatrhed1
with "a sullen silent sot, one who is
ever musing but never thinks, an an
imal who, like London small beer,
gets sour if not soon drunk ; or unit
ed to a drone and a dunce, who loun
ges all day long before the fire, spit
ting into it like a great roasting apple
or submitted to the caprlcea of a man
who ket pa his.,cpod h temper for compf
sour; or tormented with a profligate,
who " But I must have done, al-
though I have not half finished, far 1
might stretch the line tq the crack-ot
a a a
doom. When I consider all the hard
ships and trjal to which the, fjir tex
are subject by those unjust institutions
of society which exact, the greatest
strength from the weakest vessel j and
reflect, moreover, that Nature has un
kindly imposed upon it all the pains
can only repeat once more; that I thank
Heaven for not having made me a wo-
Antthtr itcom Boat eeci4ept.rJhe
steam boat Beaver, Fuqqay , while descend
flag the Red River from Natchitoches,
burst her boiler en the evening of the 17th
Inst, four mile below Alexandria, and
Kalded ene man to such a depree that
his life is despaired ol. The captain and
a negro servant-were- also severely scald;
rd, but not, dangerously.
T!lt r.f Rrttluve a ih cr!d mty,
we never experience in nJ
thing h.'.f so ttu 'Ihe oljtt be
loved the iccond time may be more
amiable may be nvre-dcicrving tl
affection, but in l fi' ihera U a
velty of drcutnttancet ai d fctlirg an
untattedcupolj't n,tn -"
u-.n fails short! in
, a n .
We are, ii a itcona autction, going
over a path aireauy w"i
firt, we explore a new track covered
with wilJroa and spontaneous luxu
riance, th d-ffute's od'Hits, whichJUe
j. their Iretbttets on being again ex
haled. Vlays know we are1n
hve t".s second time, from our former
expenencerThe firtttrme wt arerm
vices, and receive out maiden impres
sions giblcd by brighter hopes, and hal
lowed by a sanctity "that casts almost a
religious holiness over them. Kepei
li n of love grows mare and more aen
ual I it is in TO'ith's first affection on
ly that l ive, like that of aogels is ex
changed ethereal, unstained, lucid
with heavenly Duritr. First love is
like vouth. virtuous, full of generous
impulses and exalted feeling. In sue-
-' - ti ! . bm . .Arm n.
cettive visnaiiona u iah"hh wnf
ted. at in advamtog years we get more
and more the creaturet of circumt'ance,
interet,aniltheworld scustom. Vooth
is infinttely nearer the optimism con
templated by moralists and philoso
phers than munhood. " Love," too,
it has been observed wisely, "it al-
w.ys nearer allied t mrlarcholy thn
to iol'itv or mirth." The intances
recoided of the purest anu most exai-
j : . . . .1
ted passion, are among the aid te tern
ncramenta. The souls tint feed upon
themselves, that keep lu. k from thr
multitude, that cannot put up with
common place, but a-pirc to idealtits
.' r , ' .1 I
nnft trn nnsof tneir on nrsr nr
rcncrallv the earliest, tc mot dura
ble. and the derpest imprcss'n.n In-m
Jove. a IXIRACT.
TTTF. GOOD 0M TWTT.
Old times lei o'ltcrs pric pltaa ;
I'm rlad Uiat I M bom in t!uc.
Many neoole aie Constantly making
a disparting reference to the stite of
things lormeriv ; anu even in v ir8u a
day, it was " Olim mtmn'utr jubarit"
I am aick of this cant about the good
old times. If thescfare not the gulden
days, they are certainly the d-ya to
live in. Let us weigh our wealth and
compare. bur comforts wiih-'ihose who
. a . r
lived m the "oUen timet ana sirixe
a batance and see whTch is the gainer,
1. Knowledge used to be acquired
by profound study and deep research.
V - t;e J i... t.
now U is sirnpuncu oy amuijtis, as
lections, beauties and elegant extracts
2. With them a good man and nn
able statesman wjus a rarity, Iow we
have them by doaens, in the city and
3. Tn the good old timet they wasted
their' strength digging for 'gotdrmd
searching for the phihtopher's itone or
ehxer of I'fe. We -want no mines :
paper, mill .upp.U-tht- jaceflf one,
aud the- whiskey null the other.
4. What was the st..te nf their ma
teria medico 7 Had they pateit medi
cines in every comer, those universal
ahd'hevef failing remedies for all in
curable complaints I
5. Had they their tteam hats, cir
balloons, flying ttaget, and corsets for
6. Then, the greater the truth, the
greater the libel. Now ,we may tell
the truth, and shame the devil.
Then old women were drowned for
witchcraft, and ojd men for being qua
kers. Now alt ur young women are
btyr itcMrig, and the quaker? are -net-,
JetJBerljjre were all federalists,
lMimMtr1tWi are,the Lord
Formerly we asked men to receive
teffice, and they uerrtoisorfcr-tyThe
distinctions. Now all want offices,
and nominate themselves for them.
Formerly it wa asked, is he hon
est, i he Capable. Now. who can
command the greatest number of votes.
Formerly we bad few law?, and those
well understood. Now we have many
of the first, and too many of the latter.
vae Tai xisctLLAisors asarsTti.
learning, and waa supported by com
mon sense. Kenned nonsenshad no
advocates, and w pretty generally
kicked.out of door.
Fortu veart eeo, men ct nronertv
abour and wear homespun to
church. Women could spin and weave,
make butter and- cheese, whoe hus
bands were worth thousands.
r, r.'., i fsn rrtf.OicrcwtreLut few
drMofi, snd very tartly a pertim im
hf'HOi.ed fr debt.
fry yeart Cg0 the young ladiet
of ti e Cfit rttpt ability Earned mu-
tic, but It was the Humming i ue
-,ts.t. andlearred the necessity Slept
of dancing ia fallowing It. Their forte
piar.no w a loom, tneir parasoi a
birH.m, and their oovtls the Hible,
Forty yeart cg9, the young gentle
nn nrii rem. ihopned wood at the
door, and went to school In the winter
to Uara reading, writing t ana arunmc-
'Vnriu near! rsntoere ww iomi
rrstM-et naid to old as-e, to the minister
of -the parish, and -to Sa)dayr
Fortu ueart cro. there was no sucn
thing at balls io the ummer, and but
few in the winter, except mow balU.
Forty yeart ego, if a mechanic pro-
... A . i nnr wnrlr. sou mieht trie-
pend on his wotd, the thing would be
nrTfli'l JONATtlAM MRICS.
Every body that sees the name of
the late post master general, exclaims,
Flxeous! nai a naiw,
To !1 the sneakinr trump of future fame !
This sine ilar Christian name, we
ran atture them, had the following
orioinal. The crandfaiher of the pott-
matter cmeralwat a sober pious Y-n-
kee.and hitname was Jonathan iieigi.
He had set his affi ctions nn a fair dam
sel in his neighlM.rhood, and, after a
telioui Imgih of years spent in court
ship, he plucked up courage to ask her
to be I is bride. I he damsel was tear
lul of seeming too bold, if she consent
ed at once, and thought it best to pla
the coquette a little, and gave him a
prompt denial. Jonathan thought her
in earnest, and did n t dale to repeat
a a a a a 1
Ins r quest j hfdf parted, overwneimeci
with discontent and drspondencv.
Surprised at such simplicity, and, per
haps actuated by some other motive,
which may be left to the ladies, the icy
heart of the damsel melted ; she. went
to the door, and perceived that her
wretched lover was still lingering about
her habitation, in fond delay, she ex
ilaimed " ar.Tuae Jonathan !" Swift
and true as the arrow to its mark, Jon
athan did return. He marritd the
lovely coquette, and in proper time, in
grcatful commemoration of the happy
termination of the courtship, Jonathan
carried his first-bom eon to thebiptis
real font, and gave it fora name those
blessed words which had called him
from" despair to unspeakable joy.
The commendable desire5 which most
fathers fed to perpetuate their names,
may be supposed to have had some in
fluence in the selection of one for the
late postmaster general j and unless
fame is a very liar, the "venerable an
cestors above mentioned has witnessed
the armrooriation-of this romantic
Chnttian name to his decendants of
the third or fourth generation.
.AVw- "England Galaxy
The native nations of thit continent,
it is true, were ferocious and crul;
and, in this character, I have more
than once, in the progress of these re
marks, hd- occasion-to-atigmatii
them. Yet it is an interesting, and at
the same time, a melancholy occupa
tion to remember, that scarcely two
centuries have elapsed since this con
tinent was occupied by its original
inhabitants heroic, lofty, free as the
winds, and ignorant of any foreign
masters. Now the sword, and that
still greater destroyer, which all their
courage cannot resist have almost ex
terminated those once powerful tribes,
many instances, told to the white ;
toldl. for what consideration!. acre!
for beads and penknives provinces
for blankets and empires for powder,
baoVatkl rumr Have tbeyre tired be
fore the wave of European population:
and do they now exist in remoter and
more happy regions, where trader ne
ver came, nor white man trod.' No,
those who once occupied the countries
which the whites now inhabit are an-.
nihilated ; the blast of death has with-
eredaheir heroic thousands as -n t-
tionr they have sunk for fcveHato the
grave, and their dutt is mingled with
the field we cultivate.
ly in the Atlantic cities, they are now
almost as rarely seen as a white man
in Tombuctoo j aud the few who re
main are miserable, blighted remnant
of their ancestorsrparalyzed and con
sumed by strong drink, squalled in po
verty and filth,- and sunk -by oppres
sion and contempt. '.Are there. any
tribe that retain their former eleva-
tlofi? A fewef thcrd ttr.n'a in ..
forests of the wett and cftr et nh,
and tome of them find their w?y to ti e
cities of Canada. In the strict cf
Montreal we aw d u rr.be r cf the?e
pcotle, who had com duwd from tU
norlh-WCtt anu ineir aj jaiam. m
thoujfheven they cannot rcfrala front
intoxication) i uch, that ni wl
0 . a as
had never ceo any but the rniserati.
being who staggered about our Atlaa
tic towns, would hardly conceive that
they belong to the amt race. Most
of them (female a well a males) art
I . - I I... ...i.I.a.i kiiI.
urrsseu in utue sioti jniwvui
. . . i . i .
fully Ivcr"rhf Ihodlderi, and brltel
with a scarlet or party-coioreo prate
with tace and feather, and bate I su
perior port, a if till conciou cf
some elevation of chrcter. -But-these
ill-fated nations will become ex- .
tinct, notwiihstandirg the efforts f
benevolent individuals especially -as-manifested
by the establishments forrs)
ed in the south-western parts of the
United State, to Chriadanii and c'h -vitixe
them j and a heavy reckoning
rests on the heads of the civilittci'
communitie in America, for their cm- -el
treatment of the American abmgi
ne. Sill i man t JaurnaU
London and Pari have their month
ly reports of faahions, and why should
not our own dear little City also, oc
casionally, announce the fathioo of
the day. Cowper, or somebody else,
tays Mvar'.ety is the vcrypice of life '
that gives it all it flavor, 8tCH So it U
with dress, the frequent alteration m
the tyle of our dress, is all important
to the fait one, and the beaux alto, as
w ell tt to the mechanic. Some ftftjr
year ago when, 1 wa a young man,
it was commoo enough for wise school
madams to put their little girl into I
sort of leather harne, by way of im
proving upon the natural anatomy el
her patient. Since corset have been
the rage both for belle, and that ooo
drcript, ycleped a dmdy, the fathioo.
has added aomething to the lumber
trade. But the dandy corp Ooa.
found out that they were like a Kpigb.
in armour, when overthrown they
could not rise without the aid of their
Squire. La me! how well I remem
ber to have een my grandmother,
dressed up as large as a hay-suck, with
a crape cushion on herheadjf large aa
TBag "orgfain,hbop like a Daucoi.
and. stays as tout a a meat catk. HoL
times have altered. Instead of a crap
cushion and powdered locks, curls and
leghorns as large as a corn, fan deco'
rate the fair ones head the tately
stomacher has been dismissed for the
Zephyr handkerchief, the hoops and
substantial striped linsey-woolsey, fof
-rm.ta tYt vmi cnuld nut into Your
ftohaceo-boxr-The-itays, novr only-
exisi in uc vawiiisia v Vw.
and even theheahh destroying corset,
is giving place to the comely leather
zone or cirth. suih an one as tuted
to confine the saddle on horses back.
Now I like this, because this sort of
h .roe ss costs but a trifle, even if made
f mnrnrm leather, and the color may
Ua ' TrrA In suit the comDlcxion. it
cheapness recommen'ds tt, becausV
v... nflAi rnst more than six eentt 0
piece, exclusive of the buckle; and an
- a I Ik.aAsVlaa Sat
old fashioned Brass narnesa o.
quite the dandy, aud they being out of
f...k; Karnss. cannot coat more
than nine pence a pound. An old
strap from a worn out harnes will an
swer, if it is brushed over with Day
and Martin's best varnish. Thi fash
ion ia on scientific princlpJe, for it
w tTlprevent the tesplratioopf toomac
edly prevent perspiration. &
" " ""-v4 '- cittfKil7 K'toV--
t box tbb ajtsaicaa f aaiaa.
ALLIMTOK, N. J. JUWE 18.
' A few dava ato. in uassiue a
of sheep, at some distance from roet l
observed something of uncommon ap
pearance moving amongst .wsm
wa owing, I found upon approaching
rearer, to a lamh. foUowine its dan),
- . , av ' f
ivatthg upon pfforefeet't mti ta pe-
J. . . I.- t-flj r f waa tftld
upon inquiry, and. leg a far as the
gamhTH, wefer frozen "
wa lambed, and very soon aiterwr
it acquired this extraordinary kind Pi -motion.
It ia three month old j cjuitC
fat, and of ordinary size for its '
wholly UP "
rn UeTfnre ft. with Ita body 10 th
position just mentioned end wul walV ,
li not urgca too iasi, a nuw. j-
mile at ouce, without tnconvewenvr