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Autumn of til her bf uy.
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Wetter Carolinian, m estnet from M Mirm
of PrtiiJcnt AppJctofi, on " lixlr pendmee of
Clrctr," - Hi citrvi it vimU fron matt
u1uom of xUrcHrt dctWrrtJ t lUe timutl
cummfKcmcnU of Dontloin Collrpt, (ttate of
M-iiiK,) from 1833 to 1818; by to Appleicm,
D. D. Tb wriiinp of this gcnlknwn, wUlch
bit bn publuhed rincc bit dtiih in 1819, but
Which art not generally known in tlta South,
how hire to hart bern a profound Theologian,
an ab! netapbyaidan, an accomplished writer,
and an eminent Christian. In the opinion of the
transcriber, this extract it pecuHarl adapted to
the circuiMtaneei of yoar yoonjtr readert.
Vourt, Le. L.
What then, yorj my k, it ttttty
Independence of character? I aniwer,
. jt coniista tojinjhabitual determination '
of the mind to regarJ oljecti accord
din 5 to their value i in making the
best use of our own intellects for the
discovery of truth and duty j and in
a resolute conformity to them when
made known. While it rejects a ser
vile imitation of others, it does by no
means require a contempt for their
aentiments or example. Nothing can
be more inconsistent w ith an indepen
dent spirit, than to profess conviction,
when you do net feel itt or to say,
that you now perceive the falseness of
lormer opinions, when you are only
convinced that present interest re
quires you to renounce them. Twact
agreeably to the directions of reason
and conscience, though present advan
tage or the popular sentiment be on
the other side, is to maintain the high
chnmcter of a rational being: to act
under the impulse of appetue, in con
tempt of reason and future interest,
undeniably implies the most degrading
In connexion with these remarks,
I cannot forbear to ''suggest, that the
term independent is never mere abused
than when applied to the duellist. To
defend this practice on the ground of
TiSCTarfilfiesrwiltliardTy betfempTeoT
There is a glaring disproportion be
t ween the punishment intended, and
the crime tillered. -But under certain
circumstances, it is said, if a man do
not either give or accept a challenge,
he loses his honour that is, his popu
larity. Now, suppose this person
were a little more unfortunate than he
is, and lived among those with whom
it was unpopular to pay one's debts or
to fulfil a promise, how can helbe assu
red that he would not neglect both on
the same principle on which he justi
Mp'"" '' '"'gucH' neglect.' "
'',' - But it you require examples of true
r magnanimity, conduct which covers
wYi rt!, - M f 0
t,ry tmy hi . ', 'nr-l in ttE '''
front H lurrd " I i h"4,l ,,
C.,u!Mtt c.f him, wl,f wcttI an.l
rrr t mil arcornpUnmf rt hJ,
t.f tfry imrt JimtM, f Ued him In
the hi?H coft lm:t of rharioh chief
cipuioj ttJ who, whils aurinjllia
dithmeou snJ l.iM protpetu ff
on t Vitl ;ntti)r, d.ltfiCI nd
fn?er ea tha other. nsMf eituimt
ran JV lM t wtMnn
tin nj-aiail CJf Such ill
duct f th first aJvocstts cf Chis
tltnity, who, whea fofWdJea by
ruJtrs .f iht Jewlib Church lo frtith
ia th rtimt of Jetus, Mwerfd,
u hrthft U h rifht h A.I Cd,
tt ktatltn unit ytu mm than
ti Gnft judge ye. Such ss th con
doct of that Bobli Jews, wh were
raited from the coadittoa of CJ(ivei
to preside over the sfftlrt of the pro
viocs f llahvloo. Whet eiUed to
snake their election Utweea a public
set of idolatry, ja which thoutsods
were rogsged, and Immediate delta,
lo its most trrrifieg form, lb ej so
iwtred without evea requiring them
to deliberate. f it h it, tur Gxl,
tektm wt itrtf, U uUi ti dtttvtr tn
frtm tht burning Jlrry furnace, and he
win dfUvrr ut tut tf their handt, U
!. But if not, It H known unto
thtt tee -uiw nit serve thy godi, nor
wonhip tht fOUen tmagt unnn tnou
hail tet ufi. Proofs of an indepen.
dent spirit more noble than, tnese, can
neither be found in the history of the
world, nor even painted to the imagin
ation. With such eharacters, would
you compare the spirit of a datlliit,
the spirit of a aelf-murdcrrr, or the
spirit of him who sets st defiance
holrsomc Uws and moral restraints .'
Cao you tec the least resemblance be.
twrn him who sacrifices reputation
and life to moral fi'.ness and the will
rf God, and him who, in contempt of
both, makes similar sacrifices either
to hit own passions, or to the applause
of those who think as little and act
ss rashly as himself If there be true
dignity on earth, it is found in the
charscter of him whose heart is the
I trat of true piety. lie is engtged on
tne samr tue,wun mi maier, ana re
ceives his best enjoyments from the
tame sources nor is it possible
that they should fail, while the im
mutability of God remains. The se
curity aod independence of no creature
it equal to them to whom the Almighty
has said 4 Became I live, ye thall live
The following; remarka, by Dr. Dwifht, thould
be read with aUention. and inpretatd on the
heart of erery being1 w ho properly regarda lu't
own bappioeat, the welfare of friend, or the
food order of society i
"No reputation, no wisdom will
secure a man against drunkeimet.
This sm is found Tn the" cottage and"
in the palace, in the study of the phi-J
losopher, in the sacred desk, m the
hall of the council, and on the bench
of sacred Justice; and, contrary to
what would seem the dictates of na
ture as well as delicacy, in the female
tex : even in instances when distinc
tion, understanding, amiableness, and
refinement would appear to forbid
surpicion. In most, if not in all these
canes, the evil creeps insensibly on
the unhappy subject, and overcomes
him before he is aware. A prime
object to be here regarded, is there
fore to keep the danger always before
our eyes. We arc ever to feel that
we ourselves are in danger, and to
consider an habitual and lively dread
of it as our best safety.
" Nothing pleads lor it, except the
appetite for strong drink t an appetite
unusually unnatural, and created by
sensual indulgence. All things else
in Heaven and Earth exclaim against
it with a single voice : our health, our
safely, our reason, our usefulness, our
living, our souls, our families, and
our friends, in solemn and effecting
union, urge, intreat, and persuade us
lo abstain.
God commands, Christ solicits, the
spirit of Grace influences us to abstain.
Angels and glorified Saints - behold
our conduct with such anxiety and
alarm as happy beings can feel, and
watch and hope to see . our escape.
The law, with a terrible voice, thun
ders in our ears the terrific denuncia
tion: " Drunkards shall cot inherit
the kingdom of God-" Even Hell
itself, hostile as it is to our salvation,!
follows, the rest of the "Universe, and
in spite of its own malevolence, sub.
joint hs-dra
shalling before us toe innumerable
host of wretches hisTsin Itas jdriven to
its mansions of despair.' Who, that
l!i tlrrp
can ftije it hdfl
swu, ana
rf.rrHNT mtucr.
' AUi ! ho Hide d ws sppre cUt
a mother's trndirneti while living I
How herdten art wt la youth ef all
her anxieties and llndaeti. Hut when
the ll desd sod goat ) when the caret
sad coldness of the world corns with
crier to our hearts t when wt tnd
(kv hard It ll to Pod true lympsthy,
bo few lort ill. lor ourselves how
fesr will txfrltnJ tti la Our mi. for.
luaesi Una It U that wt think of the
roMher wt bsvt lost, It U true, I
had always loved any mother, cveo In
my most heedless days j but I felt how
IncqniUerste aod InctTrctual hsdbeeo
my love. My hem melted as I re.
traced the davs of 1 1 fancy, when I wn
led by a mother's hand, and rocked to
sleep ia mother's arms, and was
without cart or sorrow, "Ob, my
mother," exclaimed 1, burying my
face agsia ia tho grass of the grave
" Oh, thst I were once more by your
tide, sleeping, sever to wsks again,
oa the cares sod troubles of thit
world r
Character cf a good hu$hanj. The
good husband is one who wedded not
by interest, but by choice ! it constant
at well from inclination as principle j
he treats hit wife with delicacy at a
woman, with teaderness ss a friend j
he attributes her follies to ber weak
nesi, her imprudeac to her inadver
tency i he them over therefore,
with good nature, and pardons them
with isdulgence -sll hit care aod in
dustry are employed for her welfare i
til hit strength and power sre exerted
for her support snd protection he is
more asxious about his own character
and reputation, because her's is blen
ded with his. Lastly, the good hus
band is pious snd religious, thst he
mar animate her faith by his practice,
and enforce the precepts of Christiani
ty by his own example that at they
serve to promote each other t happiness
in thit world, they may unite to in
sure eternal joy. snd felicity in that
which is to come. amavda.
Fearless D'ucharge of our Duties.
That great lawyer Lord Erikine,
when at the bar, was always remarks
ble for the fearlessness with which he
contended against the Bench. In one
of his contests with the judges, he
explained the rule of his conduct at
the bar in the follow ire terms: " It
was the first command and counsel of
my youth, always to do what con
science told me to be my duty t and to
leave the consequences to God. I
shall carry with me the jmemory, nd
F trust "the"pYact7ce, of thTspateVnal
lesson to the grave. I have hitherto
followed it, and have no reason to
complain that my obedience to it has
been even a temporal sacrifice. I
have found it on the contrary, the road
to prosperity and wealth, and I shall
point it out as such to my children."
It is said that Constantius. the
father of Constantiue, finding, when
he came to the throne, a considerable
number of Christians in office at court,
issued an edict, requiring them to re
nounce Christianity, or quit their pla
ces. I he far greatest part of. them
readily and resolutely gave up their
employments and prospects, in order
to preserve a good conscience j but a
few cringed and renounced Christian
ity. When the Emperor had thus
made full proof of their disposition,
he turned out every one that had com
plied, and took all the others in again,
giving this as his reason for his con
duct, that those xvho would not be true
to Christ, would not be true to him.
no- Tit atw-toBK miaicin.
The state of civilization in England,
atheirnef"CharIcTTfie 1st, may
be inferred from the fact, that it was
contemplated to bring a bill into Par.
liament "for restrainine the barba
rous custom of ploughing by the tail,
of pulling the wool off living sheep. J
1 t a . a ' L
'.bti r't i!ffily ?cp
ourning corn in the straw, barkinWkst. that hh 1lshitt n,u aU,t Ju.
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miiK, ana DUUOing house! Without
rhimmrc " I
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M It is very hard, my lord." said a
tconvicted felon at the bar to judge
Burnet, "to hang a poor man for
testing a horsed
hangc d, sir,, answered the judge, for
stealing a horse, hut you ! aro to be
hanged that horses may not be stolen.
stanaing trees, torcing cows to givolfi Me whole trial. We are not suf-
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writer inform! ui, that in Crjl .n, tt
the trrunt tUy, ti pt" -'
Ourajs ut t'.rlr cb'.l !''" prf BU
i,!if them n the bk -f a tame
c tgU, la the rretcsce of multitude
auemUed on the CHciio bo mounts
with tht thilJ la the iff If k'j"
s . .1 - .1 ...
capable oi supporting nt uPg("
whlca thli w u eiposea
DvKff the awi tt f'W CfwwweB,
t4 wWo U Uf oith kk arwy st, u
e4k4, s rkk oil mimt la tW Uww. sd
tt ftwia. Olirtr OflrrM s wwi"
Ut tttmm M iwk aWnral went to
li rrotectar oa that oceaaio. kt he aa pUa-
rj wUk ftoM tf theai. At Wr P00 b
Uef tent kUl rhtfUlowhjf dirfkJi, whlA wta
ipprotad, and U me'nad UW prenJuM t
Blrar4 We the SaUiaik day,
And tuned U wartkt pelf!
1 naadajr muct Wfts Ik week,
for Monday't kanrvd kimatK
A perwo who, upon reading uWm Knee, per
eeireJ thai the eoobbr tuppoaed Munday WW
the Irat day of the week, wrxfe Ike foUowmf
Wkal eotiairy earn I he cobbler frat.
That Motdsf 'ra lb week, Ua wot '
Jtor Jew, mit CbmUa could he be
Foraootk, he waa a ItotteatoC
That, from present prospects, Ceo.
Jackson will be the next I'resident.
He thioks thst, if heroism and pat
riot! ta have any claim to placet of
honor, he it entitled to if.
The old man thinks there would be
more credit gained by the United
States ia electing him to thst office,
than the General would gain to him
self in serviog.
He thioks that all treaties made with
foreign nations, would be strictly ob
served duriog his administration.
He thioks when Ik sees a justice of
the peace staggering aiout rjrunk, and
swearing oaths that might choak an
Algenne pirate, that he docs not we
fit the place.
He thinks there are more men prac
tiling phvsic than ever studied it wel
and that if two-thirds were to quit it
there would be enough left to answer
every needful purpose.
He thinks that if this country could
exchange lazy, drinking, gamblin
young men, to the amount of one hun
dred, for industrious young farmers
it would be better for the girls.
He thinks that if the girls of 1
wait for all their seniors to marry
before them, they will not all be mar
ried in SO years.
He thinks, if men would drink less
whiskey, their families could afford to
drink more coffee.
He think that people lay heavier
taxes on themselves than those laid by
He thinks, when he sees a brace o
lazy wretches going about the coun
try in the months of April and May
with a meal-bag full of poppets, in
stead of 'ploughing their farms, and
planting their corn and beans, that it
would be well to lay out 25 cents in
store goods on them.
And ye think .? Old liilly thinks" more than
iiAi-r ngm.j i
During the reign of Cromwell, a
clergyman during his service, took oc
casion to pray that the Kine and Par
liament might hanr together in peace
ond concord? A sailor present jum
ped up, and exclaimed, that's right
only tun them, I don t care by what
cord it is.
The fr llowing is extracted as impor
tant to the ladies : " White veils, now
so much worn, have a tendency to in
crease sunburn and freckles, by their
increasing the intensity of the suu'a
light. Theyfre also very injurious
to the eyes, and will, in a short time,
spoil the freshness, and dim the lustre
of the most brilliant eyes. Green is
the only colour which should be worn
A client in the English Courts ap
plied to Lord Mansfield in his own
Derson. for a new trial, and hcinir rt.
sired .n state his reasons, gave as the.
j r -y
fitientlv versed in th law in. rsrr
1 1 - .
- - - - .hw.otuw vwt. VW
adduced to. prove the truth of a corn-
uuuncc wneiner mix inrjnri ran rm
mow saying of the same, noble Judge,
" that the man who pleaded his own
cause had Kfool)fi ja..jdientlbvL
viewing thrsubje
medium of common sense, we should
think the unfortunate suitor had made
out a good case, .
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i iH in r tn lull
on firfii t . n u ...4 k,,
ij L( fit-.4 rii.'r, tt a at
(! av !.4 t .:) In f.t,4 m
pun.haf M ti' Un-At,
HAtlD tOX,
Miktlln Y. UtTtW, Tailor,
I Dorrt lUt ! J Wqmiftf ft ef'.,,
J tt laUtNrry, and it ka(, ka v-xrs
lUUbtMt4ua "
U part of Jul. a t'liman't Wave, tiWiird u
Market lirrH. S few doors from the la tutt
aftltw CrV4loMl khers he it ptvparH
WiU be happy U trCoeMTMidaU m ri-MWaw,
wk vt dupoMd to patreaiiH m Whk , 4
kvaineoa, U th aeateet and tM
MyW, or to fhraae fWy. He ttnt.iMr
(ftM kit of t ipatwc, Uiat Dr are W,
few. m the rouoiry, thai cat aurpt m
U lU eirciton of hla work. Afairtnaia
be ks fw 'bwt arion.
cbanfee efaaUow ttiaO be HoVtly ailrmlH
at U kae left a crrvnandfl( U ike U rxi 4
rdnwMa, (where h M last trm) ho wit) a4
him the fMliioM oa, ks Ihcir trfular art
He hopes ky strict tttewlian to bwaineat, to n.
ceiet a Lberal atrt tt pLLe pairowaev, a k,
it deterwilned wthMif ettaS be IcA wadoa w
rewWr fraeral aai'nfaetioli.
fUt-j, M-i I. tnu. . -5C4
House and Sign Painting, fy.
Cir.OCRW. CRIMCJ Infirmt bU frUa,
I and the puht. kat he iiH imkIhuh iu
eiretKe all kinds of Hoot, ftlfn, Coach, Mini
tor Chair, and Ornamenal r-r. t mW
of workmanaiiip tual to ny inihe roe
Gentlemen hatnij work to 00 within it) mi)
ikiU-e of tallowy, can erre the iUnW'i
aket on very abort ttAtt.
auhember takes thit opportnniry to
turn kit alneere thanks m tit Utoae who k.
rrnerously etteaded tkcrfarort to him j u
by hit faithrViliwta and imlu(rT, in future, km
!htU4trj, i, 1 84. 'it
N, B. The BuberriWr will keep on kar4. 1
ale. all manner m yWt and colon, pr (.,.,,!
f.f the aretKiimodatioH of thnot who imr i
to da small jib of patntintj, but who nt m
hate the paints, or eiprienee to prepare ilr
J. Shinn's Panacea.
TItr. rnharrber haic Seoerrd fiff
potiikm f SU AIM' eelehrattd fT ,
haa Bow a wipp'y " hd f'r teh he
diirrd the price froea SO to 1 50, or ty
the dote gli.
AU eharitalilo inetitnt'ior in the Fnitrj
SU'rv tnl ll poor, will b auprKrd rn'i.
If the citiient of the principal towns till ip
pnint an (rent, to order and dlftrilxite ll.ia tie
dicine to the pour, it will be tupntird.
11ie vnedicine ia celebrated ! the eore
tht foltowine; iliteaet; acmtula or kmf'i t
leerated or putrid eoeo Utroet, Hnr r.i(
rbenmatic tfTcctiona, rataneout iUmss
eweDinr, tnd diieaaet of the bone, ail all cn
yrnermlly of an nlceroua character, and f!iio.(
diaeasei; prnmfty arlttnjr ia nVbihtated eorah.
rution, but more eepfciatly from eyphilit, r
afTectiont tnmng tbertfrom 1 ulcerain Uie Urrni,
node, .c. aikl that dreadful diaetae neratipf!
by a long and auccraure. itae tf merru, he
It is alio uacful in diaeavt of the lirtr.
ciBTinc arr.i
t haee within the lait two yean had ai ot
poriun'rfy of teeinr aereral eaae of eery inui
r rate blccrN which havinf rraiated prtroi-f
the regular modes of treatment,ere h-i'cJ !r
lha uae of Mr. Sw aim's Panacea, tnd I do U
Cere, from w hat I hat teen, that It will prwe
an important renxdj in tcrofulott,rencre!il
mer?.n.rial diaeaact. N. CIIAPMAV, D.'M
Prufeawir of the fnttitutrt and rractaeef
Phytic in the Unirersity of PenntvkaM.
I hare employed the Panacea of Mr. ''
in numerout inaraneea, within the lad tt-n
vtirs, and bare alwavs fond it eitrcmrly etTs-
raciotit, etpecially in teoondary wphilit 'J
mercurial ihacaaca. 1 hae no heaitation in pi
nouitciiie; it a medicine of incatimahle aluc.
w. t;mox, m. u.
Profettor of Suiery in IViremtj
of Philadelphia.
riuUJelpMa, Ftinan, 17, 187:1.
JOHN SHINS', Chrmtf.
N. n.t-For aale at Smith & I'earaall'a. t
eaat corner of Third and Market atrcet, i'tult-
,frr S4. iy
Kach puhRshrr of a new-ennrer in the V.
SUtea. ta rrquetted to nubnh thia lrrtiw-
me nt once a munth for one year, and kiu! thetr
account for payment. '
State of Nortli-Caroliaa,
' iniDELL couitrr.
(OL'ItT of Pleat and Quarter Sessions, Antm
J term. 1H21 Hrthrrt Simnntnn verim John
Alexander 1 oriinnal attachment, returned levied
on land. It ia ordered by the Court fiat unlew
the defemlant in this suit appear before tbe?
Court of Pleas and Quarter Seasons to be heU
for the county of Iredell, at the court-house in
Statetville, on the third Monday in November
neit, and plead, the plaintiff will have judgiM"'
nro confrsko. or a hearinsr ex oarte. ana thst
notice thereof be published three months in the
Western Carolinian.
Tut: It SIMONTfW, Cllf.
Trice adir.r,l , 3mit'iZ.
State of Nortli-Cnrolina,
ft OURT of Pleat and Quarter Sejsions, AupJ
B. Gaitheri oriirinal attachment, returned k1
on land, fcc. It ia ordered by the court, ,I'M
publication be made tor three snonthe in tie
Western Carolinian, that unlest tne eienu
appear before the next term of the said court,
to be held for the county aforesaid, at the eourt
house in gtatcsville, on tlx third Monday i
November next, and plead, the plaintiff will te
heard exparte, tnd have judirmeiit pro confes
Price advyg,- . 3mt37
-Ifoust? and Lot, in Charlotte.
FOR sale, on Accommodating terms, the nw
and lot in the town of 'Charlotte, which su-
joinMr, John Irwin's store, qii me """
ner.vXpply to JAMCS 1 unn'v
Charlotte, Mar 7, 1824.
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