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Tbo daatla iSoat, ba cn't (frorvo,
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Iiaa nl Maraa ailiet TaATiuii
Tba fcQovMif liiKt firoaKho pan of Ua fe-
blr and emaciated bard, indka'itf of til fce
Inft tt tbc prratnt moat at, vrre m nty
cmpoaed, and polite! ikroured tor jmlin-
V an 0,111 ti no anch t worM m tbit, "
- Nor daewa Kit Joonacy brief t
. lor KiD Utero oloomt lovet f b1A .
With erery thorn of jrief.
Iloa jtoriojn front the azure deep
Acend yn orb on higfe !
Wkf abouU are ita Jefmnwr weep ?
M'edoaotvUh to diet
TTie atom b still : an trtb tppeari
'.Nrath bearen'itineuUiedveil
alerc baa entiled away oor frira
Yet, DEATH I who bid Mr hail ?
fert-n I, O world! who sadly sigh.
By pain and penury "prest 1
Shall leave thee with a nto'iMrncd eye,
And with a betring breart.
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fttufeitd at prTo aj tjitiy, ihi
VOUMI, sf rtKr Catloi, 1 09 all Ml
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of M r Prtm, tt torprti V tt tW
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Utt rasnK U ftclmd. Neither
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fxiriMt, iAa Krtt Ijr Jk1 It dilcr la
conitructtoa or dimtBtiot from the
toU(tt by which it n lurrtuaJfJ.
41 V wert conducted Qfl t Aui
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l-lrt.r, 1M Vtuduii,
Uj .lPKJmof, wrrt fafancrfjr
nswh r4i euacrvut ihn thf rt
, JrfHtutiott htrt rtJaccJ
their nation U ta ilu Ib degrct,
ltd wheiinhrr cmct tttendrd Into
t&4 prorUut e Sottatd Qaivtz
Asd.tKCpid 9 U mwMl'a t
ei that 0 Piotrolo. they mr
s9v oetted ta ihtlhrtf vtI2u f
5ia .Tiirwifc rcrroti(tnd Luarfti,
d rV Wt lhittw tshet rjtfi9
their UuU.'So tmtM flock cm
hjrd cornier tht titit tt Uhn.
Mr; Pejrta felt trident tttiifctkxi
fq ptpttoiof, how clotelr tb dutxratt
cf Jt Vu4oIt tWto ttiiniUu to
thfM of th church ef EegUad
ID pcUtrd to the worn of Twoteoo,
Itrrow, tod Jeremy Ttilor. whkh
111 nriched hit Uootxttf. Aod de.
(Ured thitbt ftcvcrrctd then with
athoae lira wn 'turftj tSl
till funher cootrtcted ht toeril out oeU tad wort mucf by
(ociKaaei. IVit led iato tecond
Ud'foofa, tnort t at ply provided lull
with thclret tad bwokit low, tod
without iaj decofttiow of psiat or it,
per hjBjtae;, tod tbout fourteen fret
tqutc. At a imtil Ire. where tht
fuel wtt tupplied too tctoiiJy to im
Ptrt wtrasiili w lit tptntneat. CJrrt
at a tlcodcr, fcctlt looking eld fflto,
dretaed io a tuit of time-worn blsck,
tht light which then EagUeh di iact
had throws ipo uoiht, for hich hit
own tinplt race had to ofira been
cllijtd to ccucetl thcmaelre a la their
bouotaU rrtfetta. Uut rtcaetnberi1
tttd tht old Mtaf with oosclout aod
bccocalsf priifr remember that tou
a U4bpd to u for Yx i"f-
tica front rjpa thraldom. We led
the way. it itoed la the front rani,
md. hit iof hit khoullert cottrd iith 4 Hff J b!jod.hou'ndi "bt
whet hid ace beta cloai, but now : r"VMMWiw" a WJ
hrtd cmly, tod more like the rt
mtiot 61 a born cloth, that a mantle.
The sickly tod ionrwi tuffcrer, ia this
humble costume, thit ftrb of indU
while vow Wert ret la daikaeH, .
T' aSa akttW4tsN tftm Wa vat BT a m f f r-ka1 tHait.
mi. 1 mwmivu www tat wt aubvtwitf niia
tued iheaa'frora rlcB to glen, tod
obliged rnaxi tf them to take refuge
geoce, w.a the Moderator Peyrw, ! io S eraiatrlet. Some of theae
the tuccrtsur ol a !ie of prelattt wfTtrt mi row rroreoce mq i.ta.
which eiuodi to the tpoitlet them. KiK, and from them were denrrd
ictvcai the high-prieat of the church, . the Alblge in, or lleretict of Albi,
hieh it beyoatV tTtTT-wrrttJow of 1 "y w0 eaneo. ' nw prvrirae 01
doubt the p.reat churth or every Pro- i uisboa tfRrded theltrr to the perie.
uauot commuoity ia Europe, tod'cu,cJ .albijcBiett'Cuiraaa wai then
which teo ceoturict bt pcraecutioa haa 10 )aur potiiaioo. From to English
not beeo able to destroy. Ilia Indeed pwinct t doetnnet mutxl their
BT t B t . Be I sT!
1 wine which haa atretched out her WT totiana lueu, ana as a nom.
branthea to the sea, and her bougha'" Wtlden tod Ctidiotl Delhaioe,
to the rirer ' but while her Ironchei . hr historiana of hereav, will trll you,
are nourishing, 'the wildbotr out of J yw Wldliffe bimaelf preached no
the w.Kd d,th rtot up the item, tod J ,hl"g ore lhad ,hst had been ad.
the wild beam of the field devour it. 1 tytte miolatera of our wtlleya
Mr. Pryraa waa opwarda of 71 j ,our hundred yetrt belore hit time.
t ear, fif .oei the whole of h a Income MTneocr.' coetiDuea my ttea lOlor.
did not exceed nine hundred frtnea, fonnaot, with increased tnimttion,
rcausasa iv asvtr.
From tht Christian Jttmemiivncet fa Dec. 1823
Sir : In the beginning of the pre.
sent year, I visited the Vaudoia, or
Protestant inhabitant! of the valleys
of Piedmonte, for the purpoaeef as
aawrr siniHai B Baaaa BaBAiBABsV mUtkJltXmh
-v-Haaaaaas. VBW nawwaa wwuwiwm
The severity ef the teason, and the
depth of the mow upon the tnoun
tains, did not permit me to find my
way into every one of theae villages,
but I penetrated into aeveral of' those
which are situated in the heart of
their. Alpine fastnesses, iipd I have re
tnrnrrt rvnth matertala forj rft!.ttm
a a a a a . -
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wuicu ib icauy mr mo press, i am
tempted to end yo.the, :fgWpwj.n;f?
tracts, lo the hope that they Will not
a a . a .
enj read wtinout exciting aeep commis
eration for the lurTeriiigs of men who
have .such claimi upon our notice,
I remain, yourt, Stc.
" It was'my first object to visit Po.
jmarettof the parish of KoderigtLB
ijn, the vccerable moderator, or pri-
or about thirty six pounds a year j and
with this fiituoce he was obliged to
meet the demands of a family, the
calls of charity, the incidental ezpen
set of hia situation as moderator, and
the increasing- wants of age. aicknett,
and infirmity. .A dreadful accident,
occasioned by the kick, of a mule, had
addrd much to the ilia of ma condi
tion, toe welcome which we re
cerved'from our" tcnerthle "host wai
expressed with all the warmth and
aincerity of one whose kindly" feelings
had not been chilled by yeara or auf
ertont and the manner tn which it
waa delivered displayed a knowledge
cf the world, and a (one of good brce.
iugt which is not looked for in Al
pine solitudes, or in the dusty study
of a recluse. He entered readily in
to conversation, and the animation of
liis discourse had such an effect upon
his frame, that the wrinkles seemed to
all from hit brow, the palidoett of
hia cheeka waa aucceeded by a hectic
colour and the feeble tnd ttooping
figure which hrst rose before us,
seemed to elevate itself by degrees,
and to accjuire new atrength and en.
ergy, There waa nothing querulous
in hia manner, and I might have for
gotten that he had exceeded the usual
limits of man's abort apan, or had
drnk to the very drega the bitterest
cup of human torrow, Mr. PeyranV
bfioashelvea were loaded witn
stria r tvht cf th AlsaV'l'i "'
"It waa with ttstrmt re j'tt t'
t fas4 th IWjf was tome whit wt
ht I t t f art with iU ihrsl!i Pay
ras. H i J tumor, chaeifkilotaa
and reaijnstioB, hil peifitl riUHec
lion cf t vtnta to l conrritioa thai
had Ulea fle r bfr hit pro.
found eruditloq tn4 irneral tofof na
tiM, IcBt auth tharmi to alt ducourse,
that wt caaght with cigrraeit every
word thai doH from hia,. To my
young toaspaalotii ht a peart d tilt a
being of adiffttni Ordtr la what they
had Uea acuoied f all that thry
Ua-ia-Ul a U. U i
rotaawcB ihaas Nalitf, Bd it - Utoy
gtled out cf iU liuU wUdow vpow
tha wltJ motiBttta tctcerr that sur.
mmdtd J'otntcatcv aol catrghi tht
BOOAd Of iB4 loirtnu raaAiag tK(4W
tad the liiteacd artla to tht ptr
headed old mat, wboH ikhly atortd
aaiad and tktttaota of tpirit rtUed
hi as to high above the todigtat coedi.
I tow to whWh he had bees coosirned,
they were lott la wonder tod admlrt
VcJtairt made hit last journey to
raru at a very advtoced age, and
having expreiaed a great gcairw to be
icqujioied with lioetor Franklin,
who waa thro tt Paria, thit celebrated
American waa introduced to bim-
Voluire conrersed with him tomt
time la Eoglisb, till Madame Dealt,
a t fl
ma niece, iBiemiptea man try aay.
in ! rrxoaiia utMimtooo
hreoch, and the rett of the company
wished now the tubjeet of their
aucouxaci " excuse cue, toy .cr,
replied v olltire, "4 hast the vanity
to show that I am oot unacquainted
with the language of a I rccklin.
To TVtUfTi.
m ta M U ita W.4 US.U. al iLt T.
JLf t4 VI Mlt, M Umf aH
f t "t Wl, V 4 a-i. j U a t m,M '
M iU $f f Wk. , It (to Util
ri a ( iU to U af
wt tA V.. IWHlAWararL
if IU s.aif . wmi a ta af k aa. ,jT?
e OmM4 al u ium af hng aC av4
tn f J b w-iW. f rt, ifaa,-"
m, a linn,
ux rmu.r,
waLTfa u. ixxoea.
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jvu amtiw,
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ctow at lata) toa, a4 aW
A few weeka ainre, we noticed the
opinion of an English agTtcu'ruriit whb
respect to the quantity of rout requi
red fur a pound of butter aod checie.
A wowibb in a iKighhmirit'g town,
who haa for many yrart superhtcr Jed
tn extensive dairy, tayt the English
man'a rule ia exactly right. She has
ascertained by locg experience that
tine quartaof milk are requisite to pro
duce one pound of butter, and a little
more than four quarta for a pound of
A dairy farmer informs ua, that the
akimmed milk and whey of hia dairy,
employed ia feeding hogs, are worth
about three 'dollar'a a year for each
lit tavt akimmed milk civn to
ill oot yield . half a cent per
quart, when pork ia only five or aix
centa per pound.
The encyclopedia atyt " the herbage
that would be sufficient to add 112
but from a Waldensiao pastor of that
curte, who flourished about the mid.
die of the thirteenth centuty? And
the Walloons' of the Low Countriea
were nothing more than a arcr. whoae
came ia caul found io a corruption pounds t the Wight of an ox, would,
of our.own,K A ourelveat wc;if employed in feeding cowa, ulTord
have been CJflcd ditciplci of Peter . 430 g-llont of milk."--According to
Waldo, whet we have records to this statement one pound of grass fed
thew. that-Waldo did not betrio hit beef coststhe firmerat much: at Your
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t.M I.Jwfwl It, t2d, U ' "
SM) lltTrtvrda
STDU fraca tVa atUhW, a iL, v
af Um list a My, M. by JMLY Tj',
rOMD a ar boy by rKa swaaa 4tmM, ,
Jto. jUaa w4il i tW. mxman
aUwt titwtoea yn r I Wtt arw,
tociaa bntb, rd sfiai)trd, a4 anrb gLy
toi U back i bUck ba. abbaU
Wad aafy awata bis eythrwwsi bit r
tUfd to a wrM4l toambly ttavt saada. L ,
cowplaetod. lie ! wita bi Cawai
eot of eWk bfwwai a bWa WaaiVWv
rwdbwa, with torre wajfarsa bwtt4a. t,.
pair af paanaloeaa, uii tw pt tmn aV
bawiaatiaav wna rsie bbao taawaett om t..
Mpd to. wa B4r IgU jtaM, lUtk bat, Mrt.
abbi (d iW, b m ilotkwrt. tba bVi
wj wu mt mmm i" irmrt m fr j
Orfa dark eMnplacJed, bot lk1 U-L,
biff. II bat a sear b rtbt baa,
atjMrd k a ton. Iba IU I, y Tn
w, .w.-i a am mxt wa.a m p Li.
ry ap t Uto bnres ami a war h bit fli.
Ill warak abt 4 fcet I lathes L.V.
t hie ratrsi f"!w beTmk,eea7rit4 to
the ruLbi haItafUl tit ba, .
a aiu't rei"d hndk wl'ts km bta. a
aaddta eoMdcrsb!y womquiited la front a
tha ahirts.
Aat parwo wKa wilt utt a p Ike said tttft'
anl btar, sad U6er tUsa ta aat, at InL-
ilmm 4a aafirly !! 1 1 tbaaa, aiA rr
ccire tba abote rewsid.
ciimtToniER ntm
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AiMia , 'ink-t mrkmm, Cain at fty t
tOMMITTFI lo ComottI Jao the m
t Aitf. t -AVira , bm. r wLa . calk .iaaUT .
flllU. about 'ii ien o'd.drk onwoksaw.
ona uMr inotb out, ia about J (ret 10 ia.
ckea b'Eni ) be m a b'ackaai'tb by trade,
and belong lo a Mr. Hxhaid CokaM. cf
i'Jrtfickl t) atriet, S. C. 1 ba owptr k drw4
lo pwi property, pay ebarres, and taka bial
rsy. UfcU. SX.UTTI, ImUt.
VocVrt Tookl Lost.
MUMNCi from the aubarribar. be in, af
- aon-.ewb wrar, lha totoaa af 1
llolatet. en trriday eveniaf, Ih J5th irW. s
amall red mnrooto packrtawk, a rord Hnt
rufcbet, ua a . z ah4iib,ifuiia a aj,
with one liable writicaoo thefjeeof k. a4a.
Ti cent bill and a nuober of nctio't and other
papers. A raatonsLla reward a ill bo paJJ tol
the xket4ook, moner ami pTers by me.
- LKEHUi UIUIirovtCK, -
career till miny yeart after we. were
known' to exiafat " ar tndepehdent
church. Ve have been atyled, in dc
rision, Hemici, Ariant, Manirheant,
and Cathari but we are like your,
aelves, a cSurch, with all that disci,
pline and terular administration of
divine aervice which constitutes a
church. The Roman Catholics have I
gallons of milk. llamfih'trt Gaz,
MJtn vi. nwow.
An trticle of traffic very prevalent
among the Turcomaoa will strike the
b avwa
reader as curious ana unique, ine
Turcoman ituji hia wife, and it ia said
will give in the proportion of 10 to I,
more for a widow than a maid. Ala-
departed from ut, not we from them.Jdy that has becu married, and arqtii-
We ate the atcient church of Christ, red any degree of celebrity lor skill in
Our's is the apostolical and episcopal housewifery, will fetch from two to
succession, wnicrt the Koman merar. tour thousand rupees, ine average.
cny hat corrupted. I ventured to 'price of a maiden, unskilled in the
ask Mr. Peyran, if the Vaudois der., economy of a household, it froro two
BY urged the doctrine of absolute to four hundred only
predestination and election. He re
Heirs of ifenrr Urickliousc.
NOTICE is hereby srivr to the bein ef
Ik pry llrickhcNiie, tlec'd. that appTeatk
will be mad lo tba Couri of Kqttity for Nnwm
county, at the rail term, 1S78, hr an order to
(Vitpoae of the real eatste of said nrickhote, in
lioaan countyi whea and where rhey ean sp
pear,. and object, if they.hiiik proper. .
fwrwW 24, 182. -.- Jt2Tp ..
! rtTwT ar JiTfi
M 15,
obriste the r5k ami deUy inenitnt ta
the return of the Hank Notes from thr
Drpartment, not receivable at the Tituury of
the t'ntted Ststra, in payment for l'ttt
ItiKliISi all perauna-tleairT.Ma'of I :iinfr em '
enta are rrqurtted lo trsnxmil, with tlirlr ppl
cation, audi Notea or Drafts aa they nuy know,
or he sdviaid, will be available at th Treuurr.
My IJ. lOtSQ
than they could Well support i and
when I noticed the number of vo
lumes which lay scattered about the
B - a a . . ...
room, he told me, that if he were still
in possession of all that wai once his.
the whole. of hiahouae would be iaauf-
ficientrtci cohUiffhinSrt HoThad
d,I"t .uJ.H'fy .principally.
ected by hia father, Grandfather.
and more distant anceitors, and among
them were tome valuable folios and
a at
cunoua old manuscripts. 1 asked
what had become of them Thev
bad been sold, he said from time to
time, to buy clothes, and even food
f or himself and family Upon, jny
T .1 - r
wontirreter-itao-not "formerly
been btshopt m the Yaudois church, ,
plied, that the nicer poiota of contrn
versy were, not often discussed io
ther pulpits ; and that for hia own
part, he did not give hit assent to
absolute predestination. 'If God in
falliby predestinea tome to. happiness
and olhers to misery, I do oot tee the
mei(i7dhe, of the moral law.' I
mentioned Calvin. Calvin,' said
ma. . n .
mr. rtvran, 'waa a good man, I
mutt befeve, but I cannot account for
hit judicial murder of Servetut. . , He
tried, to be a faithful tervant of God.
but ..many,. ,.cf . hia. . Jenet, convey
With evetr renect Tanwe1sftfrwa1fy
clined Jo feef jji .atdel for the -Moderafnr
i avian, aa ocnieas ounwivea. uiiamo tu .cuicr
into the distinction! which he hat here kid
down.- Surely neither' extent 'of population,
nor temporal tplendour, ia ettential to Epitoo.
pacy. Witnesi tha biihops of Scotland and
America. Vt' tonsider the bishop to form as
distinct sn order in the Church universal of
Christ, as the friest and the deacon i and where
ever there it particujar church duff ctnttitn
led, be its numerical strength and temporary
wealtlLWbit itmavUMttmuojfjBjeTeraxpei
to find the bishop in the full potaession of the
tide and spiritual suthorit of a bishop.
We have been a long time in the
Jiabit of speaking of Oliver Cromwell
iq the language of Hume and other
British- l.istortans7 Cromwell (re.
marks a correspondent) governed Enc.
land with great prudence, apd4utticeJ
He united bcotland and Ireland vith
England. To him the English owe
the rich island of Jamaica, and the
successes of Admiral Blake in the
Mediterranean He gave to their
com marc th fmcua oavigntioa act,
and while he reigned monarch nf Entt-
Tand7under the title of Lord Protee-
tor.Jie 'vci,aUineA;.lus:.handawitli.
blood, but -governed- merci fully-" and
nghtebutlyr Ho was a feligibus man
after, the manncravo4hat,day,, which
was called by the opposite party tntrh
tanlcal, or at they conceived ' right,
eout over much.' ' Boston Patriot.
rilHE mibscriber having qualified as admihi
JL trator on the estate of the late John F.
Modgrns, dee, desires aH pcnwna indebted to
said estate, to come forward arid make at It la
ment ; and all thnsejmving claims againat 'd
estate, will present liicm for sekilemcnt, proper.
Iv atttlienticatrd, btherw'ite this notice will ba
plead in har of their recovery.
A'at.,21,1825.- 93
Otaie hf vVmA-CaSmfj, t'abarrm canary r "
COliltTof Pica and Quarter SerionsJaly
term, 1825. George L'ry w. A Thomp.-
tton: onjrinnl attachment, levied on i an im.
fccr'lt-armearin'r to thfl saniCtlor uf ' tne
court, that the cbTondant in tu.s cuse u not an
inhabitant of this state : Ordertil, therefore,, that
publication be msdc Six' weekt In the ctern
CarNvian,r notifying asdd defendant that unlen .
ha appear at our next court of pleas and quar
ter semion, held for said county at the court
ilic tiitnl afomliif in Ucro
ber next, then and there replevy, plead tt Ac
mur, otherwise judewient will be taken byde--
I faulty sawl eCUUon aw ariled actrtlinjly.
The Rev. Jasper Adamt. President of
the Charleston Colic gc was-, on the 3d
ult. elected President of the College at
Genevt in the State of New-York
StaU if Xarth-CiuvUna, Mantgottery rtunlj. ,.
GOUKT or pleas and quarter sessions, July
Daniel Mcllillr attachment leried on knd.
Ordered by the court, that publication he made
in fhcVVestarn -Carolinian tor four; weeks, that
unless -the defendant appear at the next county
court, to be held for the county of Montgomery,
at the court-house in Lawrcnccville, on the fint
Mondav m October next.' remew or plead.
JulgwnV Vill bo enters Iot the aflnt of the
pbuntm'i demand. J. 11. NAKlJ, u v

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