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ltU of ik! i.WititMai Tjfdd
fcntoilrftac'' AW 10 r'ctwk, U urytij affutit mtk n,J Soldi. r- a., U K. T1
fl ra la a vB.f4 pr', W'J I uppi of umtrrl .irxrWrK 1 Km
H atyW f txM aawa, acaty wtry. C.biih In U aM lm b dliWon of laa
jr t4f a Ika 111 U tfc T4iiui( I Jliliij., t coatinaa U in iwcrtt4t
ai aaeaJafvraii Mm af lW umanry. TwN.ra la tttrt t.r, nilf command
immfi) mnirt m a araaa bowf, a gby ln aaw cxitcvr pi nm xiimm. i f o
rrJUJ UV tWW AfevWaMait aLa i.Irf Inwrutlon o tW Cm? la ba
atrrL aUJt Ucr.J tud.aat Uaafk I Pt J l IU bt lfc Uorrmmeni cf
Il IH II bf CixnftKf of 'If
M lai 4r, cm lb. U H
Vf H,WHUlt ffofn im 6alii(t mi
(rvulmrri m.ir a ftajfil npo on
tl Uf a rrM of Uod ion ia Imakt
OUm. uU. rUj .i-l uMT-f, mi a:.rf,f..lm ef Ida ruUt. him m, -at par
tha iAtcr.1 Malta, fn mm a romwif ai wm.inc m ihp in. r
l.lfrla.l.. L-rlW,. f.m flfT. ... l f 0mrfdfr lk D.Mfl f a Kill hhh
iKa fnf, fce. It U proj:a .laaib.l "ompktl ! rfofl, nloc le
lh General Gocrmr m aa.tl p.r ttt i y 6e of 5y ,crr f ot) mJ fiMHMitala
nrr.r.r.1 Ik;.! ..f i in r Hi t fur the irrm of it t- Tk bill
! li1 (MimMd. brtlilM tfr rrm. . being put w in pica. .
miU for If. Mil. nr. Pror Muml.n.t Mr fwwon h"Pl tl W
re alto lo be pr-widrd mf p.ii. ' f he
hole annual rircntr toth L'niu. m i
. . ; vaaa Ta ii4m mnni.
Zrtrtt irtur fem A&AtGi, Tattr.
i You; Uf t fmi6rl to bear aorea
lalnf about General J ark ton. I vivitrd
jbln at bit frmr((he tfermlrt;) and
luoj blia Uitily ertgigcd ith bit rmion
croptbkb ibii vtar it vtlued ai J53CXX) j
rtliaiiird, be from 82.(x0 to
hl?'"lT,,!rV,,Df oJk1 8 JOOXX) perannBm.atm.il tarn, in our
J A MAai fl alaaka !. la.ae akk A.l
Oioioflt for ibe acromplithmeul of to
jrtal and detlr.bie to object.
F-VGLtXJf paint aW ICYOa.fA CK.
Aa Aarican In Frtnct, ata nir lo fit
ricmf m Mtacli-icti, Hnddaie of I Mi Oct
im nt-lirleaoi rntrcb.ni, ano ac
mmptled rat, titled, tbai It it aorlb tl
leatl cent pound In adrtoce of the
totrket price. Every Iblnjf about ibe
place beart tbe inarki of roeibod and
food., naoarc meat. A aril built and
coro rood tout datlHoe: boutCi htodtome
tft tk0Of.il plainJf Jumitbadf aiib an CS Jaukra tbe folloit; ooamatlMw la rUu to
tenarat tardea. coroCortaUa out houca.(be wide at rnw"ee a b KriH in
food tod aell atocked barni and it.btet, ' rj mJ ptW of
... . . . . . . 'Ilk. I' Hi. I.. .
od tbe role r.rm, about soo acrtt, la I , ,
complete fendni, proclaJrn blm the belt " An EnRll.bman It at once rernj'iPd
firmer in- the nciirhbourbood. Tbe "I Wlf f pMtniy ,t
frinknen'of Mt" m.ntiert.aod unoatenta- "lr"" fomihe Amrtlcn from the
tjjt. totpUalUrVrt,:cbararlriHict T F?M,U.'-'40 J0t and
Ibe poiitbed.eentleratn: Eterr tblne ,KRed lookt, tnd Wa dwtant and
boat him bem in air of cbcerfulneit, "Rh,T earruite. mii t the ttener.l
in ahlcb. rele on it. fear can bare no eh.r.cier of tbe RntlUh in tbit cur, tbe
a-ru-. a uronrrr rnoti.a. efrrtion. an- "umber Of whom it Immente. 1 hey are
Deariioeeerr tclioooflhote ho inf fter,u "tonUMnglf iRnormt of ttur
round Mm. !Ii bealib h better than it wuntrf. wott 01 them teem to hare a
b.t been for year. 'He a.lki whh tbe kInd of Bn 'i M f '
ftf .m-,n rf,,H.. .. f.ft. wooOt, omeahere, ahicli It called
-.it owe weekii. moVtnt hit boa"VnJ in,r5";;: B !h,e"!,rt.:U-
KtkhnieTlrrt!btck.l5amin diy. He ,na rennro lire mere, arema ia oe ao
bit juit returned from a urney to K?h'r Inconceivable to. them. I .i
rior nee, Alabama, ahich he performed "ked ,he 0,her dMJ b enl ,0pk,,,IC
' onborrback,l30 mUei,oatten1tothe Engli.hman, at tbe Hold Din,, if the
butlnen of to eitate, of ahich he it EnJ'lh "gue tpoken in the Uni-
ecoor.oot like the Premier, to d. a ,e? rtnu f" lnon it i-r irom
fitdaelectloneeHnirbusineiionthe aav t W rare from Frenchmen a aell at
for he abtoratelr-refuted to ttop at Engliahmen. Our country man. Mr. Coo
Trurittville. ahere they aere detirout of tT l1 of Ut ',0, &e'J l hfr'
riring him an ni Le"wjburg dinner. ,nd children re at achool. A abort
loeverin mr Ufe aaa a man more be ,l.me he.r mittrest pretented her
Wed by hi. prhate friendt who poea ,nj? Vncr cnrK" w" "
ted, in Rreater decree, the confidence fr n EnKl..h teacher. Mr. Cooper told
ofthoaetrousdhim. Uotwo neighbour! "' .u,u "l" - - "
ditpute.he 1 chosen umpire to settle Uuht Enf,lVn' for,h7 ,?okehe ,an-
their difTerencea. ha man about to die, PfJrf?C,lIf1 ,r" he
be it eot for to cheer hit Um momenit, ""nished, (at Mr. Cooper a lanorance.
- Ind be the depotitore of his will. He PP') nd replied that it was hiKhIy
hit I don't know .ho many, adopted nece.sary that they ahould hat. a teacher
kit,lp.n .iU .(.. ana hi. .r..inkln. hat they nii(?ht, indeed, be able to
eao more :rVtt time than his W Pk th l-"RUKa li"leb U H
M..-i-S much f his Drivate eh.r.et... k"d firwMciot Lnghsh. Ur. .
Of bis public character and services his " "ked lhfl other d.y, at the tabic
Country is well inrdrmeoTand I can only her.- be dines, if Bolit was not
ldd. that, take him altogether, he is the rVebuJejnlQfjhe United St.tes! Instances
.tr.nrrlinarr man of th ...e.1 f theae-abaurdmoarandeveawonejneii
. . . tare exceedingly common. Still there
. ij MILITIA. ,re nariyof the French aho have correct
P-'i t ffi ...r.ntl ItukioM of our country, its literature,
?atWtshinon City, (at ahich General government, itt freedom, prosperity
Winfield Scott presided) it ahom it was na
.J ' Ik. 6.rr.l."nf. Wir tn I
m.ke t Report on the organization of the . pttttmvluUon. When persons arc
Militia. aiatWthe deficienciea of the n love, thty put the best tide out-
iiisUria: or ihirttlon; ind tecommending wardtr-A tnan iho ir, deairout pi
aucn ivcmeuirt aa,- in iucir-juimHituMipreaonrjjj wuvtuva-vaiv ww
will reer our
" We hsve jusfbten fayored with copy pcreone oftea etiidr for tlx tnotuhrtew
. .1.1 ,. LI- T . S.L I I r .
Ot inia vaiuauie uapori, wiio babWe pc gDOther. SOCj
inoui Documents appended to it. Alive ?. .... ,l. ..;.u
ew it pretent do, it to tute tome oHtt hef Jenjain5er tbeir Uves for
orjtlinet. 1 - I. . .. :.; ..
- iri.. j.r..i. .rii. m...i ... Itneir aissimuiauuu.
the ct of 1793 holdt to teryice the or t Mertt.-Tme merits, lite a river,
dinar mutteri are deemed to be useless, the deeper it is, the let noise, it
. worse.inan useless, irons ine waui ui iwaa-ca.
not pt II the IrKituurv .er dit
pned io K'.ni a f.r of ilU kind to anv
one, lr hoped it would be to an Amcri
can. anJ.not to For. ioe'.
Tw. I ruv th.t ihe pe'"' wkiM orove
et hit f itnm.rii. II rel-M ftt b
fv poaia .ivd Ao4 (lllif.lt it at
profiled If kf w.t rnln Ik.l a fair
MprnfM wooM be made lo lal I he
ilubJenet. tl our dim tie far the pro
dor, ion of ike grp, be t Sou Id be dlt
lt be anore Ubrral.
Mr Tfnom hoped the mcm to etrkt
out muttld md pftf.il. . The object for
bkh ike lal w.t aolki'.d, to m.ke
tprrimtbia ia tbe eul'O'e of ibe vine
The prif'hrtrr tntrt. arid ihrnilrnun
from Wilkf. had tl'fird it, ih.t the
l.'wl It ciiremrl? baiirn. 1 he tiini,
at c rtalnlv r loo r't.t. In Kirrpf
where the niHrvairon nt l! ,na w.a
i.nMlf ettud on tbe qu.liti iif tbe
winr w.t aomeiimri m.frri.llf arT.cied
bf a imall tirr.fn ruoniny; thrmjb the
l.rvd and so on ibr mounuin where tKi
l.nd it iuiel, on ore spot, the vine
might he fuund tn fl Mjrt.h well, and on
mother badly. Five hurnlred arrea were
VkertM,iMt ikUdat tai.'tt tt.it tra.
Aaeaaa J.iaaaa UcU eJ artl.
ike eaeathrs of mi eotialrt . Ikes lva. ,
tUf owe aation.1 iMifioj tkraeckotit
be rsamud'aeeld, and Mdlaepe tie "
t't'Jiiy fef our re puUk to 1 1 sdrnif.tW '
of fee men ft fff ahff
T"tfjt tttftrtJ, Th.t the Btnt?
will oow aj-Mjro io ftlabralt U a k
robins mr, the Milverttry of the
tablet of Nw ()rl,n.
. Ik vr ffwA(arf tke
vtW. 1bi .1 a lokeaof rttpett to
Aaeaaa Jtcitoa.tae m. who, wlifc kit
b,,t otp.rit In rm, to iHeaapb
nilf ovrrtome. on the It of Jtu.rf
II If . the aniied military .kill aid darlrrg
hr.t.rv of ike viciort of Npleon, ike
M ui of Rrprr wnuiifv. will now ad
yjurn, to fn in k lewit rt of a c$f
fl apart, under Prnvldrnre.bt American
valour and pirii.m. at a iuUice wkb
Ibe people ayes 64, noet 33.
U S. Intel. !r limil ih. kail auil4
past. 1 bo' the tMl ner a.t born in trrUtnU nH rouch fof PP' "P'1
France, he bad lonf been i ciliaen of Ik.
United Slates, and i a sob r, industrious
a -rthy man, and had bem ued to he
ruluvation of the Vine in bia native
country and being eontl'd to all Ike
pHtilrfrra of a oaive ciilcn, He trusted
It would not be obWctrdte Mm that he
it a Frencbmtn by birth. He bad beta
Mr Gilrbrit ..id, they were told tbit
l.nd wtt to ri-eedine.lv barren at not to
be worth cultivation, but if tbit individual
turrtcried in hi. eipcrimenit, it tnibi
become very v.lu.ble and romm.nd a
good price. He ihoughi 100 acres were
wflw-ieni t if he wanted more lef him en
con.lder.ble eipen h .Inlog for to purcb.w. be
1 I l mha W0. m . I. a tMtliA a aa a rv r
Foreien Crane Vinet. which ke aat en
deavoring to naturalise here The land
be atka for it Rood for nothing; exrept
fof w h a purpose.- And he believed be
wtnied Ibis land that br migbr keep off
Intruders, more thin for actual plininjr
having already a pi'ca of land, in ahich
bit vine,, are cultivated. He aitbed to
make a fair experiment, in order to aee
whether the vine will succeed In our
climate, or not.
Mr. li run. moved jo strike out the
aorth for ten year - that s tke lod
loo poor to make proper eipe rimentt.
Dtti!rt, if we give to one, we could no
refute to Uttow nn anoihrr.
Mr. Crnom said, rather than agree to
the amendment he" a mild vote not tv give
r. ... 1
any. 1 nit strict ana narrow economy
teemed grange to him. If genilemtn
would rrfleft on the value of wine at
beverage, and the benc6it which would
accrue to the country, if it were aub.ti
tuid for ardent tpirift, they mutt cer
tainlyfeel it their dtttv to entourage l'
Look al boulh I a'olir.a to
Oa board tbe ateamboai VW Wa. df "
ne; bar p.t.te froM ?CaiLlI MrB.ttf.v
more, it w.tpenpoaedik.t the aentimentt
f the p.tergf r be taken aa h next
PraOdenUal election t ahcaU K Bar
rite, of Hoith Citollrt, an railed lo the
Ch.ir, and h.rUt Rader, of M.ryUnd,
appmited 5errei.ry. Un rooming tbe
balloia, lh mull ait as follows i - .
prtJrml. f'rt trttldrnt. "--"
foeAadr Jaciaoo 14 I J. C. ( aQxwa 1 1 "
I Q AAtm, 7 I tlary flay y
Da itl CKiHaa I N.Macon 1
Hft jtird, That the ab. nceedinga
be tigtied by the Chairman and wrelrr.
(i. K n.aarva. C'A'w.
Ca. R.i.ta, Wy
We are inh.rmed that tbe voter aere
from ei(hi different Mia'c vit i 3 from
New Yrh; 3 from Penntylv.nia ; 3 from '
M.ryland j 3 fror.i Ktntutkv I fiom
S.Kjth Carotin. ; 3 fom Virginia i I from
Sew Jersc and from North Carolina.
U. & TiUgffJu
Masrx gfud tuts.
A recent F tenth publication annouoctt
that Mr. TUmowtky grafie'd or budded '
rota ceniifoiia, bUblor, lu'ea, sempeifio '
rent, sod alba alti.Mma, on the younr
irtoott of oaks planted, ia.pois, and
placed in a gern houte." Ron seniper-"
Jlorrtit flowered the same yearj the
others Rrt-w. but did not fluaer. Only
one sort died. Mr D. duet not know
whether ibey willl.ti many ye.rsoi not,
but he recollects other anomslica tf lha "
a.me kind. '
Morekead aas in favor of the
resolution at rr ported by the committee t
but did"not with to eo to far at aas pro
posed bv tbe gcntlemin from Hertford.
Ha could see no reason for refusing to
concur with this report, Tor if the ex peri
mcnt tucceeded.il might be of great
advantage to the State aljarge. and if
Dot, the State would lose nothing. In
case the bill pasted i s first reading, he
would nereaner propose an amenament
to prevent any one entering the land of
which he had possession t at If be sac
cerded, the Legislature would, at the
expiration of the ten years, at lent give
him the fee-simple pi l
Mr. Martin thuUght it would be belt to
rive him the land he atked for, aa it wa
of no use to the State, nor never would
be. For his part, he would give him the
whole mountain, if he was convinced he
would succeed in cultivating tbe vine
with tuccett for it would be no los. to
the State ; it would probably drive oil a
few-dee and wolves
Mr. Fisher was decidedly in favor of
granting tbe land to the petitioner, for
the purpose proposed, as it might be o
more advantage to the State, if the ex
perimem tucceeded, than my one could
The question on Mr Mijtin't motion
to ttrlke out " the term of 10 years,", so
aa ia render ibe errant fee -eimpie, ira
carried 60 total, .faWKQ-;m$wi
wt ef and "fiiserr w ,r im ero tnaert
lOOOA motion--wa& also made for an
indefinite postponement of the bill
Mr Satin rote for ibe purpose of no
ticing tbe objection which bad been made
to the granting this land to a Frenchman.
Surelv if the Vine will succeed in this
cquntry (and that It will he bad the an
thority of one bf the first Bo'tanisti In tbe
U. States for belie vinir) no person is to
likely to cuke the experiment with ef-
O'iom it made near Paris of ex
Thiitlft. These are often trouble
ti me t when cut down, a tmall pinch
of common aalt put on the stem, kills
the stem and the mot.
I0 ed6thV ieth -OMDM 4t made nfar j'aris or..
ml! ! ?- " fef promoting the eultute of the vine, ihaH ullrhr quahy, from the p.ppy grO
for the purpose of making experiment.
with it- And shall we tefue, when p
plication i. made, to tjranl 100 acrei of
barren land for a similar purpo.e f f oi
himself, he would be aahsmed jo tay they
hdgivrn lett than the quantity atked
The quettion on the tmendmrnt w.t
derided in the Jirgative, and the retolu
lion wat pissed and ordered to be enrol
The Charcoal of wood it of equwl
bulk with the wood : but it it only 15
or 1-6 part the weight of the wood.
In a log of green oak wood, l-6th part
of the weight and no more, ia combus
tible. In equal bulks, white pine it
about half the weight of white oak.
In.every situation, town or country,
a dollar in charcoal, burnt in the
earthen stoves now in common use,
will go as far in cooking, as four dol
will evaporate 23 ouncSof"waferi
pound of charcoal upwards of aizty
The inhabitants t,f Philadelphia are
now upwards of 125,000 1 who pay
annually at present 7 dollars per head
for fuel. There are aoout w pnysi-
dans surceona- and ajan.midbf ivcs in
that city i and about 250 lawyers. In
itintaa'Uiere are -fOOa pattenu Ukow
physician. The physicians are 177,
- 'a . . Ii" '-'.-wl' 11 j-a
the apotnecaries wnu are nan pnyti-
dansr amount to 3000, the surgeons
In Paris, there are 600 physicians,
and li surgeons, for 600,000 people j
bcinu one physician for l,333.inhabit.
ants, and on eargton for 6,250 in-
A new chemical tubstarce calTedl
Bromint, has been ducf'Vcrad in the
mother waters of sea salt, by Ma
Auriferous Platinum has been dis
covered in ttirh abundance in the Hut- -tian
part of the IJratian mountains'
that the price rf Platinum in Peters-
burgh hat been reduced ine half.
The Bichloride of lime hat been
uted to bleach wax. From 14 to S8 .
Iba. of thia salt ia dissolved and boiled
with 100 Ibt. weight r f wax. At pre
sent thit tah is imported from ScOU
landa to. Waltham in Mats, at 9 cents
In a la ' . '
ers were exami.
dared that utero fev
fined to a period of 270 .
thr'futtheat.- -.-Twelve, ... a.: . :
might extend: to 9 1.J montha, - , - . .
of' even eleven; -""'f heueajion- ho
eeWy a t hild- might be boro ldiJ!,Jlot'wr3rpi',
ante. I ney a;i sgrrcu iaa tnc V9UOI,
fririod 'waT from" 270" tar SfiOdajriif"
he French cpde, and our Uw has
tettled it atten callcndar months, when
the legitimacy ia contested. Z. . '
m '. ,'.''
. Pride. U a proud man mtltes me
keep my distance, the comfort is he
keeps his own at the same time.
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