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.I j iffri Mi ifm,
!.' from 1. 1 r
IriMa h thi ! io HtortAi) ..J
At iN J.if si trrJ )jr rr
()4 V JaiJf
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THE KKNTI'CKY TftAOKOV.
ia i ' I - I . . . . I . :.l ailiKal iKW Htm J.I lit ttia as. fa ..
,k-aw . 1 i ftftrfu iKfM tfil!.iJ iiumM to if her. Wiih'mi
r. aif.l.ra in fcn f f lm . fifWf lir flBfditlfff fm44.ft(.lbt
w r r . - I j a 4 i. h a
K frUf f r J I wufiftr, thai if ht t rt iaurict tJ mht urrogndfrl
to r 19 t!i M tMUa4 VPfBitlMr, tha frpilid MI itmk fmj
voutJ kocxk Kfr in th baJ. SrN'aobiiJ(lf,hr-'i -tffti
UXcJ J 4J bl to (jet tbrm and grtw pto in J n oldcei! in in
ht uui4 Mf HrHibfr -hi wn ot rtiaaB. iitrraairc(D-
na4r aoon ht ai. ' thttara of Ucajchanp in bildun
Th f it monjiat (Utr tht Go. f t , tod he U d, it that my 4ear
enK.ra itiff rtcied) ht tj f Uo bfiog at word what ih
fxiffd to U ill, aid a auipuioa
ratcruiordlKjj thrraaJ ekt iKiWofl. Me luUrqofntly rrqunud to
The Goftn p!-d fuird mj tbi bia Ut, HHffl ihe ai loo lt jmt
! Irt nrrvrr.l in rfDctilioo. UoooHO Dfif or aoiCf Ml QUflllOfll. Ilf
the u1'a iofot minit the Gif ro-.r of Uid coavcrtUr with pfrftt com
the deUrminaiM-o of hit fbhc and .pHure, occaiiooally putting one hmd
U( to lake their 00 Uvei, he urged
the jaitoe to remove her but the Jc
dart d that ihe utd but leave her
hutbaod utile ti ihe were dragged fr-m
him by force and the difficulty and
apparent crucltr of doior it. under
aitch circumtUncri, induced the j.ilor
to li t her remain.
The ptat now ihUkeaed apxce.H
coofetted that hi ife and bimtelf
had, on the prctioui night, taken on
their kneea, a ounce of laudanum bt-
twceo them, which ihe had brought
borne and concealed io b-r
1 1 UW wunt wkxh km Uu aa.
titfMf tae people U rtj w&m of iba
m r..k-i . l. l l I irom
. . j clothe I x but It had no arioul ennt
Ua aa-xuuo. . Ibe ltec aH death t k-1 UP hlD9- . Ao J K,d 0D7 m,dc hl1
ifa, thai ib.-t. Wf ccapyiiiir to lift j wfrry ;
of fumiitf of Xhet f f ft (ih ! wa
tire taking vp tca coJumua of ll Kcntuck;
A'fw) at ahall U co..!unr tie hlhrt
of a f real many of our rtuJerv 1ie :
ata!M.Nl iatoo titenaire la tw copWU iixu our
aufcimoi, ir.ait coirnt oirlic nh
akctcS of MKh ptfiicuUn m tut MM beta al
TtaHr 1hJ bfvr our rcadrn.
Mr. alrndaii, the Ldaorof the Ar
gua, iiatri, that nn the neat morning
her Brauchmp'i ar (eicr, le r
Ceivtd a letter Irom 13. thruugh.the
. Laodiof hit UDclr, hUh a intended
to conciliate the tdnor appealing to
hit magnantmiiy, nd dwelling with
much emphasia up the ipjua ice he
h .d expericnerd Irom the nc ipjprn :
rrom yoj faavs hr) I expect more
humanity. Then Irt mr go to Grf rce
.Or S.uih America. My UU can be,
there, t. more arrvice io "mankind
thin my dying here ignomioiouiiy
Without la, cr yield,'
The Fd:f r determined to take no
notice of this arplitativn. On the
aante day ihe untie of B. called on
him, and told Kirn confide nti illy, that
he hdc('rifcscd the crime and related
the circumst incea whah had impelled
him to it.
B. next tried the effect of his batte
ry upon thr Governor himself. He
i4ri Kim a t ry wrl writtm In
ter, pr. ing not a pardon, but a re
prieve Irom his execution " till I can
have an opportunity (aaya he) to let
you e r whether the voice of my
country U for r Kgainat my . being
ptrmitted to live and go into exiltr."
lie informs the Governor that he
rnejnt to collect certain evidence im
porting to his country, and appeaj to
her mercy. He therefore prays him
to postpone the time of hi execution
till a time something beyond the
election, ao that its heat being over,
there can be heard the still calm vo'ce
companies were ordered out to guard
the jail. U. being apprized of this
on his ifel fac and feeling her polte
tith tht Other, until he had felt the
Ut ihn.b. Farewell," said he
"hUd of aorrow Farewell ch.ld of
miurtunt and pfrnrcu.'i" Ymj are
now secure from the tAgu of aUndcr
Foi yx I hAt lived for you
dir. He tW) tisaed br I-k J
On his wii I r'tWt .TIowi" be
made vanoui ofeinons as to the
manner of cowwiuiog ihe.muiticr.
They had tov reached the gallows
where stood rt with hit coffin in it.
He seemed whotlv unmoved. He
was aiked, if re forgave every body.
lit replied "Dr. fihrp has dost me
great injury mo hi a life it i danger j
bit I h'pe Cry will 0"t l ill him.
He an aikei, hethcr he would com
Drrt4ution. wis wrouffni UDtoa niirner 1 mil in aamecrime unuer aimia
pitch of drpcrtino. Yet they both I- circumsitoces ? He wit tiltnt.
lept sou .dlv and in the morning B. In evrry intcrtal of the conversation
U'ld the guard that his wife had taken j he would sat, with some impatience,
another d e of laudanum, which hrr " I want to be executed I want to
irritated stomach was unable to rtlain. g' to mv wife, The jailor 6xed his
At lrnrth tlie m mio of the. txe. lshrud upob him. and takiof hia
- - ry- - - fj I r w
cution bioke bpoo this miserable pair.
Every thing without was Io moti o t
VViihin the jail, B. had drawn the
table op l the bed and wrote over ooe
side of a half aheetof paper which he
hand, told h'- tc had arC'ding to
his request ar (hat of his father, per.
formed the lat act ha olJ do lor
him aod hid him faewell. He shook
the iiilor't hard cordially, and in
folded and pl.ced under hit head j it I H'-rda eipteMed hii gratitude
afr,rw.rU t,Wa it. and found lor me iiunrii wnicn nao uccn
. . i ,-i
to be a letter addressed to his father,
tating ihat as the laudanum had fail
ed of its effect, he and his wile had
come to the determination of killing
themselves by slabbing.
Their measures were rapidly nd
adroitly takn. The wife .pretended
lobe under some pressing necessity,
ard desired the guard to .leave the
room or a moment thro the trap door
above. At the moment of turning
the trap door on the outside,' he heard
a deep sigh, and Beau hamp called
him. He went down and found
Bcauchamp laying en hia batk, appar
ently in great alarm, and in loud and
earnest prayer. Mrs. Bcauroamp ws
lying partly on her left aide, with her
head on her husband a breast, and her
right arm thrown over him. The
guard supposed, that in attempting to
rise, she had, -Irom weakness (alien on
him. Nt suspecting that any thing
very serious had ' happened, he sat
down, resting hia head on the table,
until Beauchamp had finished hu
prayer.' - The miserable man continu
ed for some time ejaculating,- "Oh
thou God of justice have mercy upon
any logger continuance in bed, uUtt
iht debil.af be luch II tO leader the
mrrr iff t m aimes wl
lindi only to rtl.x. Gttiingwp an
Hour or two rattier, r-fun givti !
gre t of vigour which twthlaf tm pro.
curfwL"4t lttflW9 pfoplt wbae
feel CooiTin Jf Uc'sml Cv!4 a4 damp
riheytlflJitBrd iabrd a ffwbvf
longer than uiual - r ot l.Vose who are
D3t much dr biliisted, and sleep HtU,
iht ixit rule il to ret out of Ud aoi
thtryjt I tha toorolof . ITbii a
first may be too rarlv i for IM da bUltl-
led require roorf ateep lhas tht beal
thy I but ritii't early will prnlour th
sleep od the lucccedior nlrhf, till the
quantity tht patient eajoya ii equal to
his dtmiftd for It.
Lvi g late ii n-t only hurtful by the
relaiatioo occasions, but loby oc
cupvioz that time of the day at which
k 9 mm
exercive ia most bene fit 11.
If the dype piic b muth dcbiliiatf d,
he should take hia first mr.l as toon at
heiidrrued. He will often fnd him.
self hurl, and alwatt lets Une fitted b
exercise, either of mind or body, with
tht stomach or upper bowels empty
as they necessarily are in ihe morning.
When the debility ii leas, he will
fiw experience bene fit from a walk
or before break fait. Th.il flsrr
tattoo. ia, parlliUIij j pliiaOJc to
th. it in whom iodigesiia" has pro
duced too ereat a dctrVminiiKin of
Lf. od to" the head;" wbtch is;' for-ihe
time, incrcsied b) the incumbent pos
ture during the sigh.
We are roost vigorous when the
first pf OCeil f rndtge atioo Is ao far ad
va.nced, that the vessels whieh receive
the nutriment from the intestines re
pouring it into the blood f and then it
is that a free circulation is nvit useful
in mixing ihe new juices with lhi
fluid and promoting its passage through
the lungs, where they arc perfected
A strong proof of the popularity of
IS1 xi HfTf
r i r.r.fiuv. ?, c u iim:, ,
' I 'nr. ..f .. i ,
.Lf f. t.m i it ,, M iht l ,
t..laa t,4f, lrft,nr
w Ua ikry m a p.j .
tfwmt 9Aig U aa Wa f.1. v J
( a'l y'f 1tmrirt
h3 MM II 41 . lllHiWV
jw .n:4. Abarw nut.
.Vtw Hturt tttu TaTtTti.
Iliitjtr'rr' w-fr 'l-.i'.ta u
M. BVAaft &aa .1 aV Ml f r T Tl W ' W" T V mm
if A. U. J, tq - r-t U umc
U Tiiw, i a4 ie m 7i
ml a& Wilt a'rtrv f t';. M lt
III Wt k om kML M IKtUU a avftakrW
ml - .
KUb k Utm& aatr.af tH W.1 pr4
1 Uf QaAij, Mk aftcai. il Wm ,
at.r. joiiw a. tiurnv
rnIE faHimNp U ifc Mtk!
ft a MwfAf u i(K. .a tai.4
ahowi tk 3 . day U OctnoaY ai.
Mum. All part' WVft ( aat fi,
tf rroatd io arat and rata? 'fctir w.v
aa w at p . aiiH WJto twa. ai
Onroi. ooif ae a. r'tf i aJ av kai.
If etan. -U1 frraawl la.
wn.ii am rwm.v
1 i!lr, aitl b and p.il.f tftatir, lk
.'orH .!! ia aialravule, ta tka li rd Mooiiaf
Hi Ot'Loar ftrf. 1K Iiibi mTJ be Rale
kiwoo M UuU day.
on il kttnjrrr
jnitx n. Tt'i.Htj,s,
shewo him during his enpfinemrnt.
He was now lifted out of the Dear
born in a blanket and act up, supp rted
... . a
oy xnose krouoa niin. on ia ci iudiq:. , ,i . , r k
' ,, . . , ' is superseding the use ol mahogany in
the cart. He aiked for water and,., t,,.- a
to be generally adopted in
nufactureof ublc. worksunds.
r W aaaas k i I rvm 11 Atrilal
On his repeated request, it wis done. :
Ife then drn some water, ana in - a ff .. Ifushn( jot,pK Ma.
sSwm ia-ai WwaW).oaaltasa4 tkH ihaV faVAltl1 P . . . -..i
"V". ,,,,1,e h " - threws. of (iardnet. m " Ah,
tru him whin the
said he wou'd rise
.ilaareaujtwiinasiiince, nero.e .f hi, ,Q revokc
Uousc lit VaitTtumatt.
Tllf. auUcriHcr infw( tle ; ' '.' . M
hat o,ned a How nf fltf-1 I . m
the lown of JtlTcrton, and eotiMy of AkV. cm
the ct hJc of lha bhie tidg. at lh ata4 fur-
aa lw a-aiMadl lia A aamKawwat f la it.
' r . ' npiwt I wai VI) llifff
American lanuiactures "a oc aeen .ha earner of the court tini. lia
in the fact, that during the list five I tl!ri himtelf (bat rnfoinrr hl U aa
yean the British Eajx-rts to the United mn-'5 Vr7y "VT";
iniiiui uim. r I aa ili lotaliiy of Si. aituaiioii wJI adtiili aod
States have decreased nearly ooe third. ,ktt e,m ttf Mion i
This popularity is expending, and simi
lar tffects in other countries may be
anticipated, - Englaod has had her
manuiactunog day, and we must have
me can. ne aiteo lor waier mu,
requested that while a messenger was ,
l j I beginning
gone f r it, tht music would play h (
Bonaparte's fietreal from Moscow. manul
tiflf;, itin oe paid in its riitowter.
All penoot dewroua to imi a btrh and heS -
In) part nft?teeointry, are roiirarliAMl lh
pW.. Aiaplcaaanl ftire al, it aar J aa htHu
ly reconnnemlrd ai anj oiher part of the firUi
and :bry ill ifiret ilh a rkVM rrrtpuoi
and the brit kind of acrcn.i-oikiioo.
Curled Maple This beautiful wood lKG TI 1 ,"6t,u'
. It. The ne)r rnibriabfl Une of iti
Pinr.inj fmm Charaw to KrvoniTJe, mTewtire,
paw ihrvu .b tbia plac twice a eek, b tb
vat of Charlotte. Statrttillc, am! Vi!rvV,ro.
TINCr.XI It Kill.
estea in.e ney wou.u thrcws . GdncTf .v real, ,3 J "J
ibey were ready, and my wifp irt0jriike N,jah'a D.;vc, h K'i...,;;mltii
rise up. He was told nQntA to my aivJ bchaVM as a SaWmry. I hia
up the cart started t and he was
launched inn Eternity.
After hangng fifteen minutes the
body was tattn down dlivred
to his father. In I few hours, the
TIlritT Tarcj. and convenient tt" f
V X Jin;;Jluua.ttijh three . ia-
reatit occtipted by ta,- , J- lm
o a pTriit part of the .
proprHv ill be dlarii it-
very low, Slid the paj merit! made accomit -'-
for teriti., aipV, in my aWncr. t Jnnma
Snred. or Cliarlca Fialier. JAMf',1 III IK.
Satit&ury, IOM Ana, lS.Y. 'lj
TTILL he expned to public aa'e, at tbo
1 1 Cotirtdloiise in Saliaourv. on Wrdneada
As soon as he had closed his prayer,
of reason and justice. ' The Govern- he seemed to be entirely -comp'-sed,
or made no immediate Answer. He and observed to the guaid, " tell my
then applietrfofTTCipiterof-SO days,- fathera-thaUmy-wifeuLmyidLare
but an answer ws4 still declined. " going straight to Heaven we are dy
The next day he prayed a respite of ing." The guard replied, " no, I
the sentence of the law for 30 days, reckon not." Beauchamp said "yes,
"for the sole purpose of completing it is ao we huve killed ourselves."
the publication which be had.ne;irly The gjuurd sprtmg-up, suspecting they
Completed, giving, a iull and,, minute Jja again taken poison; bur as he
icc'turit bfall the "Causes which ied Vy areppedTauijun
ai d the circumstances which attended thing in Mrs. BeauchampV right
the- aasassinntion of Col. Sharp j and hand. He raised her arm and found
for the purpose of better preparing his it to be-a knife. It waa a .common
"oi to meet the fogivenesa of '.A.I-' case knife-aharpened at the poiot and
The Governor refused to interfere where they got that knife?" Both suv
Sea Serpent at Home.' The Lynn
Mirror sav. We understand ibis
dc rs m ice has aeain m ide his annear
.ffficted old gentleman with his scarce- f ;n,hc vifmjty 0f Nahant i he was
It less .Sated brother, started with j i . Sunday afternoon bv several ,,,e 6lh ' f Str'erobcr neat, the hmi
i i -it ..n .UA, :.. ....... n.u m..
respectable gentlem n, our informant,
inside of r.vjg Hok, and one of the
gentlemen informs that he was at one
rhe two bodies for Bloomfield in Nrl-
son county, where Ucaucn imp nau
requested to be buried. There, in
- - . . a r
accordance also with their request, a j hin stone'9 ,hrow of him,
aa t.l1.l "
comn w,8 prepared Digenougn lonoiu ,h wtre on lhe jon 5cach
them both. In that condition they .
werccommiued to earth, until the last iurboURIXG jiPPHEXTICFS.
dreadful dav. At ihe June term ot Baltimore City
Thus ends one of the strangest and , Court, came on the trial of William K.
Mitchell for harbouring two apprenti-
--and from that moment, B. became
desperate, and sought a premature
termination to his distresses. Here
lVlrs. B. appears on the stage. She
had "all allong told Mr. Mcintosh,
the jailor, and others who conversed
viih her, that she. would not survive
her husband. Sometimes she said
that ahc would live to close hia eyes
swered, that they had long kept it
i onceaieu tor mat occasion, one naa
a stab a little to the right of the centre
t the abdomens but she uttered no
sigh, or groan. He was also stabbed.
He was stabbed about the centre of
the body just below the pit of the
stomach j but his wound was not ao
wide as that of hu wife. lie faJd be
most gloomy dramas which has ever
been witnessed. The genius if the
stage itself has scarcely ever produced
it more lingular one from ha own
creatTveow efs tsrken io all its parta
. . . t a ma m
from the injurier alledgcd Dy Mrs.
Beauchimp. to the murder of Col.
Sharp nd from that tragical mo-
roent, down to tne suiciae oi me wue
fend thcexecution of the husband !
The Coi.feaioo ia vetto appear. We
the herce pssions, wnicn nurricu mm
on to assasination. On his way to
the eallowi he confessed that his wife
lot, rt Knnit Mrect, in aaid town, now occupied
by John Trexler. al, iho homo arul lot no
necupied by John Kimler, on aid!rert, or
n.uch of each bj v ill fy the Commiwionm'
tax thereon. AARON WOOf.WOHIIIr
Jut;, ?0, 18?f. 72i
Town CcmslttlAc'a SaAe.
11 TllA. b a xpoacd to Ie. at the court-hoit
f T in Salisbury, on I uevJay, lhe 22d day "
Aunist next, nine unoccupied Lotiof Bronw!.
Noa. in the plot of Salisbury, 'iX 3 1, 5 and 57,
ces of Hester Crorkctt from the 1st of in the et aqr.areSH, '39. 4, and 47, in th
May to the 30th oi-lune, 1826, ondu-
sive. He was found guilty, and the
counsel !ar-the-prosecution contended
that Mitchell be sentenced to pay 81
66 2-3 for every hour each apprentice
was harboured, according to the net tf
1748, which declares, that persons
harbouring servant shall pav one hiin.l
dred hound of tobacco or JS1 f fj 2.3,
for t verv hour x ach se r v ant i s ti arbo u t .
eaat square, ol ?aid townj owners not knoait.
Taken to 'itiafv tntei dfle Xhe Commiaiwoetf
of said town. Trrnia, cah.
AAUON HOOLWORTir,- .
July 10, IRrn. 7t'24
ril II K mbscribcr havine qualified as adminB
The Nevburyport (Massachusetts)
Herald says, Mat Oliver futnam,t,sq.
who lately die! at Hamstead, has be
queathed to tht town 61 Newbury fidrt
the noble lctracv of fift)Uhousanddoj-
Iars. for the endowment of a semina
ry f practical learning.
tr.itor -on the eatatc ol the late John P
Iloilpena, dec. dc-sircs all pvrsons indebted to
a.i ...t,. tr rnii inrwuni nn maxe
r. .... . nn1 11 tffiaA tiovtiirV 'ffctma aimtnat Midi-
eu, one nan io tnc parxy RTereu 'Hoatifatei -,wiiipfesjeniiiM:mir aw:nicHHpir'v",-
th nihrr in the Statr. l he nenaliv- ly authenticated, otnerwiae THHwraw-.-
incurred by Mitchell, according to thjs
a a a .," ' "s-- J-w'Aa,'i;';
nunuct:and:. jygmy ;-ooiiars. iiie
Court agretd with the. prosecuting
counsel, but delayed passing sentence
in consequence of the suggestion that
a compromise would take place.
Rosseau. The Grand council, of
Genev- has rejected a proposal to erect
!ead in bar of their recovery.
TO ob!ae the risk and delay incident to
he rrra thcf k Ko!e from 1
bepartirent, not receivable at the Treartiryw
the t'nitcd state, in payment for Fat"'1
Rights, all pers'.ns .leiiro'i"of liking out fa'--.
ent.a arc'renuriicd to transmit, wi'h their apr
..,,1. v-.l.j iirori. aa tin vmiiv t ''
a statue or oihar public raeanaient to of u- vylKli irvhi t he i rcaau
Rosseatu I : '. W