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TTr "eofnprii' fVrqx'Ht oflcitatuKW
Vsv."t resrrJabltf'ta.aifiesIa lliif place,
15r.l.' T7IIiTnr tiM U4 -induced I
-opii a kI VM for t?ie r? ruction of Young
ladiM, tn the Mwful awl raanienlal brancbc
f,. . , R4p'5fter.
"1 Arithmetic, English Orainmar, Geagrs
phy. History, and Ubntoric, toff iter
'" f wiili lh above, ' fcl P quwitr.
Q. Drawing and Painting, on Papur and
Sat in l Tlieortnil'aiiitiBK.oa VoUct
end Paper i and open and oraaAien
. ul Needle Work, on Uce, Cambric,
and Uu Jin, glO per. quarter.
These who feel disposed to eneourag e the
albov Rchool, mar be assured that lb ulmoet
tear will be paid to the morale and matnrra, a
Veil ai the Kieatile poreuite, of web as my be
tdaced under hr charge.
J,.W. Oil 3tS, 8?8. 37
Uoach and Olg .MaVng.
F11I1K Subriber return
I. hie lineere ibtnk to
.. the public tor the liberal
rffiX J LT" e(V eriL and Imvinr en
V, .Ay- - r, ' . WI1IJ U UC
jaattriaU, la nnw rrrarrd to nake all kinds
el vok in hi line at the iliortrtt notice.
-on? eueh tctaie iW- kardneea-of - the
timet will jiiatifi and a iow u M In pur-
eJueed any wbere in the gut. All oe work
rrantod lor twelve toathe v and ail kinda of
CereC! f T'reJ ' ahortett notice..
Order from a distance Ui'nkfully received
eiad punctually ticmlsl to.
iOrtnhWSept. X '828. fit to ,
THE vibtcriber hu removed from the
k .. r .. L...i k ..
'J:2 ?ier V, dee'd. to the Uou lately
oocupied bv Mr. David Porter, in the eaat end
f the town r where be witl continue bit TAV
ZRX. He aincerely thanka ..bit friend and
the public for the patronage heretofore eaten,
jed to Mm j and h tolkiu the coutinuanco of
He pledgee bit enrmittini; attention (o hit
, tdeaaed to call vnoa him. V. kfcUK.
, jUrtwffe, fivJrU w. rV. r. Jlfril 14.
UTtlt at tC TftTert aVntdtut ;
r . " - . .
HIS lately Opened a Iroaae .Enter
llalnmtni, 5 miki from oafifbary,
Itowao county. N.C, on the rreat road
air irom inn Diace, j on " kjk
the Yadkin, to ftalem, Uamtlie, Uiltoo, UilUbo-
'Mu'th.' Rstriptl. LC - - - '- -
Hit house generally known by the name of
the' WUu Uwtm) n delnrbtfully aturel, aoui
J of a Vile aoulh of the tortdw v bh avr are
good, and well provided ; and he will Ipare no
" nractkblc-wean nIe"iiiiiC , Bit !eaVTib-.
-pent, tn every rciprxt. comfortable and pit
ant to traveller and viaitera, and deterring a
tbare of pub.ic patronage.
fft.li: "iuWriber uaVml' moved from
ffrV JL Cimden to thi place, respectfully
jyX...t'r'ii the public, that he has taken the
Vtfl kin aund, adjoining the Caurr thuit
Sjumn, rucemly occupied by Mr. John W. Clark,
tend usually known as CUrk't Utttl, where he bat
u. Mouse of -Enter lainmeat
binder the above title. ' The premiaraare tpa
cious, and well adapted to the busTotsts the Wta
Idea are large and supplied with careful hos
tlerat and traveller will find every convenience
tstomary in theorat houaesof the kiod.
1 o profenional Gentlemen and others bavioe;
Dus'mem in this place connected with the Cour,
this Ratabliahment offer advantages aupcrior to
t'uraona travelling with their families can be
tcnmmodted with private apartments, nd
every attentioii will be given to insure the coin
Jprt of ibote who may call.
Membere of the approaching Legislature
would b accommodated in the best manner.
' Town boarder can be accomniod ed at the
Arm usual in this placer v JOHN M COLL.
HOW OP TUB OOLDEN BALL
THR aubacriber respectfully in
form hia frienda andthe pub'
.lie generally, that be has-opened a
1 2'uwrnin the house lately occunied
oy Mr. M. M. McCutioch or thta town,.Mor:t
West corner of Broad and King streets, and im.
.mediately opposite the Court House.. 11ie pub
JW may rely on his strenuous exertions to render
Ttkiw entertainment utiafactnry in every particu-Jar:-
lis i wishes tbe tiavetler to call and jiidga
' bvbimlf, rnvater al-'
r wa:tM':kt6td frdt"ie'te
Camrfen, 3. C. M. 9, 1828. 8t40
A Ten YlaU Stove,
UlTEARLT new. admirably calculated for cook
JVi "mg, with pipes, 8tc for sale very low, and
terma of paymu.t made eaay. It is an elegant
Jieee of I umiture, being beautifully ornamen.
ted. Anv person disposed to purchase, can ap
K jutt rceerved, and k aoa opening ai hie
Arw C'ah Sitrt In Concord, (jabarrue Coua.
ty, a clkoiae and aplendid aaortweet a ' .
' AVatr uvl Fathionnble GOODS. ,
lidi were arlecti.-d wftti much eare and at tea
tUm. U tniiladelphia, by turn If, and bought
e xclueively ft tmk. . .
-TU ptvorMnf brlnjf eware of the ecarcky of
noner, aon low etate of pnMiice, InUnJa nurk.
Hf .bi CtiMl ccorUnryr lie tWrefure ra
apectnitiy latrteibti Ciwikimti ita frienda to
cau ana examine U uenclva.
T7rh f e-wdeT'ivetoitlns'
i fiv uiiiif
twee and dnnptitfrie.
VrW "erta'M ,
MKCKLCNIIUUU County to ir.
?ationa, 1823 1 tLe Governor to tlie u
of h. and A. Iluyle, u. Andrew Clark. Hntt
Alexander,. ajid the Kaocutorof Wm. Aliiton,
decd' la iIi'm eaan, it appearinr to the aatisTr..
lion of the court, that Joerph Allieon. John Alii.
tmaiM Andrew AUiton, hir at law of Willm.
Allium, deftl. er not inhabitant! of this atate, it
r orderot by the emirt. that publication be nade
tix week lo tUe WriUrn Carolinian, that the
partiee aforrteid appear at our next November
county court, xk1 llini plead or.rrplr ry, other,
wiae judcewnt wiUbn riitredui t 'U.
6t39 HA4C ALVXtanra M.fl
' - -i fc .A
.. . Mm a ft
f KCKLCNUUHG County Court ; Aegust
if. aesMona, ISJoY. Governor, to the ik of
Irwin and Norwood, t. the hoir at law of Wm.
Alliym , sci. fa. Ordered by court that publica
tion be mad all week in thf settero Caroli
nian, for Joseph Altitun, Juhn Allionn, and An.
drew Al)tiOn,hetR at law of WUliaa AUiton,
deceaaed, that they anprar and saawer to said
scire facias, otlierwuk: judmeut e ill be entered
up againattnem. 1
6(39 tiA aLrxtinr.) t m t'-
Sw 'rtk-l 'u alMy i
MKt-II.KNBUMti c.fn." i o-.r; : . (j tultrtri 3IuM ; end from stclt'orderrilt the
wona,'i8Cfl." Covero'V'to tfie use ofiremasi 7'6r rie rnberi'tithj hirb'iiei
JoI.ii Irwin v. the heir at law of Wm. Allisuii.
deed, i aci. fa. Ordered by court that pubiic.
'.ion be made sit week in the Western l.siuli
nian, for Joseph Allison, John tllison, a.id An
drew Atnon,lieirarUw of WX&m AIlisQ-idu
ceased, that they appeir anrwer to said
dre facias, otlierwise judgrm?nt will be entered
up against them,
439 Isaac ALrXAKnv. r n r.
Stale f y'ikJ'urUna t
MKCKLENUUKG County CHirt : August
eeaaiona Governor, tn the use M
Cooper L M'Uinn, v. the heir at la of u.
AUUoa i scda. Ordered by the cwurt that pub.
licatioti be made six weeks in u'le Wcs em
- ' ' n flir llllfcl hlUm .lattit. 4 1.. ...J
Andrew Ainamuuctn at law of WilUam Allison.
deceased, ttat tbev appear and anawer to said
scire raciaa, otLerwise jivlgmeht wtit be enterefl
up against them. . , -
6'39 - isAAe aiaiXA'nv i-e-ai rw
Oft f XtrtA-CmfUna r
MECKLENBURG County tJmirv r -sessions,
1328. Jarow McCorob. tibe
lieira at la of John Cox, drcd. y ci. fa. Or
dered that publication be made six weeks in the
Western Carohuian, tof George yvngnn quartet
Wrifht," Shanick" Wright; Mary T. Cox, Betsy
Cox, and' James Cox. the heirs at law-of John
Coivdccdjo appear at our neat NovemV. eoun.
tv court. nd answer the scire facias, otherwise
fcdfmettt according to scire iaciat will be taken
T VTOSOV County" Crmrt, Angus
UF 1823 1, Jacob.Janer w,. John: Matthews j
wigrnai attachment levied on 4X) acres of- laod,
a:'Kjinmsr the lands oJna Clemmons and other,.
It appearing m tne eoun tnai wa cuienuaiu is
beyond the Kmha of the state, it ia ordered that
publication beftade in the Western Carolinian
... . . a . -a . a . ... !
ttx weeks successively, tor sua aeienaam to ap
Detr at the next term of said court, to be holden
in Lcx'mgton, the second Monday in November
next, then and there to replevy and plead, other
wise judgment witl be taken apaimt bin by de
fault; 6to lA ii w
DAVIHSON County Court, August eaion
188 : John Cemmons tw. John' Mathews i
original attachment! levied on 40 acres of land.
adjoining (Tie lands. Or John viemmons ana WD
era. It appearing to the court that the defen
drnit in this rase is not an inhabitant of this state.
it is ordered that publication be made in the
W enters Caroliitian six week succrsaivety, for
said di't'MidMtit to appear at the next term' of said
court, to be held in ljexnu;lon, the second Mod
day in November next, then and there to replevy
and plead, otherwise judgment Will be taken
acaiust Litft bv default. 6t4U
DAVID MOCK. e. A. e.
State af jXwth Carolina i
T A V.IDSUN Coiintv.Court, Auguet session
if 1828: Itenton Clemmons t. John Mat
tbcwattfigiDaL attachtnent, levied on 40 acres
of land, adjoining the land of Jno. Clemmons
ami others. It appearing to the court that the
defendantia heyoodtheJimils of-the.slatc, itii
ordered that publication be made in the We
tenr Carolinian six weeke mcceasrvely, for said
defendant to appear at. the next term of said
court, lobe holden in Lexington., th aecond
Monday in November next, then and there to
replevy and plead, otherwise judgment will be
taken against him by -default. ntt'j
. DAVID MOCK, c. . r.
um mi v. a v. a"i c a avr-iMPr.-"'
WTtt Briairf meiradvaiftage; to vtopat
yenience is provided for Man and Horse, to make
them comfortable, at the moderate charge of 25
cents a day and night, for the privilege of the
Yardtbe use of a good house, fire, water, and
shelter. Attached to the Yard, are a Grocery
and Provision Store, Bread Shop and Confec
tionary, and House for Boarder and Lodger
in a pU'ti, cheap. wUoiewmc aud eomtort
ahle st vie'.
We htvt received the fclrd Camber of
tne forelKii Keview erriuae; bther aril
clci.li H. one on m TUEKETMe CUrgy
nd hfilUary Retourtn?hi -oHiit
informeiion on the subject o( ebUh it
treati, which we ' have not ,v Uh
elacwkerc, and erfclcfc at the pretnttlrae,
U morel ban crdloarUf Interettim.
, To give e preclM idee of the CionUn
tlertfy. thev begin olth the MahonoHan
in elllne impeiiar rootuuet at Cokdml.
Bithynla. None but clerical MuauI-
inn, whatever its rank or condition nay
;" it entitled to admUkion amirtj their.
Tlirr vtudy (t'rammar, and Arabic ani
Persian poctrr. When coni(krbly id
- ' .'. w f vi. ,nj iviu ll v mmw in.
and it coratnentaiora, and boa on the
civil law ; and finally, !bcy stsklv loic,
natural piiU'J-ophr, and meUpUtlcs, in
Araoic woraa, written by tne racen
They entirely neglect metherrtilct, but
atucy judicial aktrolorr. Iliorr and
Iteojfrapht are totally Mfjlecfcd. The
most learned Turks are very k nor ant of
hese subject. Suck ii thehmount of
information possessed by trie cletical
students. They come cbicl; lnj Sy ris
and Asia Minor, and are ike roost sa'vje,
fanatical, t'urbolent, snathe worst tub
ject imontc the Turks Their number
JarpeonaQt jnol" alone pont.a,inn
ten thousand of them- They perforin
the service ia the mo tes, their suite
nance it furnished fro the -revenueof
these temples, and they ire lodged la tiiu
' cells annexed to them. rbir chief l the
tftil must be drafted, Iro the deirret
of profjissor, to that of sfsnt'jMuftl Fi
of them ever reach thejiigitetl dignities
It "requires eminent rti trit.'end very fi
vorable circumstsnces, to exalt simple
students to the posts of Kutiaseerca an-l
of Mufti. The greater ouber rach
only the ranks of simple cifdi'i or jujgi
in the towns and villigts. sfter nuny
examinations, during foortera years, the
students become ptofesott, and the
eldest are promoted to thrk of molls,
or sorperior judges. The posts ol the
fVnlla "'a 0 ilaia snd &ailt)iirru ot
Constantinople, bcu'aia. amyrrj, I nesJ
tonkas Larissa (the i-i'tl of Thoaaly,)
llaieb in Syria, and J cruller. Thcii
function lasts a lunar yeir ' Afcr four
veers the? are promid iBEai!i, when
they obtain, by seniority, the focr supe-
not degrees ot. moiia, wnicn arc innsc t
Adrunop'e, Uroussa, Uamss, Ind who.
Of thrseVfoury the wo senior-becoro
miilh of Mecca and Medina i arid of these
one is promoted lo the rank of lsramh-d
erTe.nnv, or master of the poltca at Loo
sishttnoplcr He -ht the lapeclL ofj
t .a I
therjrovistons, nxts, tneirprices, acc. t
Toe step from lhj rahk Is tathlt of kasi j
sskrr of ltoiTaTihTn to that afkasi j k rf
of uomcJu, or xucopean 1 uUey,aind .atlof two of
si o. the ranx ot.uranq u"t. .ine
r a tat A fit.
(3 rand Mufti,- bests the- ti lef of Dean of
Islamism. lic it genrllly gsHed- Maa
er of thi flracer, artrt hls postMhr Sane
usnr l Sentences. When the Dean of
IstamWm presents himself tothe sultan in
his Seraglio, he is always accompanied
by the Grand Vizier. 1 he Saltan it
to receive them, makes them lit on car
pett and tbey are seryrd'witb coffee in
his presence. Un the death ol the sul
r .t. r i t 1 .
an. he periorms too -iuniorai -- i'to-
hammedan priest, and recites pmyers fur
the dead on his death bed; simple
st udtfntTcannnt arrive the -post of Mufti,
nnrer twenty-five years ; but tbe sons of
vixiers, rich lords, and grand ulernas, by
means of their credit and influence, pro
cure lir tneir cnuurcn, irora iscir mnn,
varioui degrees, without ihdr baying
ever filled them. The Sultan alto orders
diplomas to be given to favoritts. Thus
the greater number of the ulerflas have no
personal merit, and tbetr presonrption rs
equal to their ignorance. Having passed
their youth in indolenr e" and excesses
they retain their vi es to advanced age.
Balog surrounded froro their youth by
flsttercrs, they become audacJousiy vain
ana' ift-th-n4 plat tersr and fomentxeycdJuU-siegfiJnJulrlilJrUbeJlaca
utions umler the banner of reacion. M All
the revolts of the Janissaries, without ex
Dtion, were the work of the ulemss.
All the dethroned Sultan owe their mis
fortunes to the intrigues of the high Cler
gy, Sucb are the institutions, tbe. func
lions, the influence and the abusea of the
Ulemas " Jr. T. Dail AihcrtUer.
If would' appear from ih4okiwihMy
4icletwhjchwe copy from the Washington
V. L. vbrooicie, :nat a second cra voi
bum nat spiun up in that city
Singular Mental Endowment. A lad
in nurcitv. (Ldrd Urd, son ol James
Ord.) now in 'h 19th year of bis ap;e
nossesses the unromraon faculty of max
ins calculations and answering difficult
or ma mind, without the aid tt figure.
lie nas oecn repeaieaiw e tamlned bv Cil
ferenl persons, and uniformly exriied the
adintration aud surprise oft bo who have
itoe jseei jlh radineta uk eorfsjctn
wtm which be answer! qtMsUooa tbe ra
proposed to mm. un a recent occasion
hsppanlnj id b in company with s4era!
rent lemeit who bad heard of bit wisest
ing ibjt lingular talent Cor Jh , purpose
of exercising it, the following question
was submitted to him for solution i
, Tn'fvTawavT i,T:Ci:4sn3 Tiof a
boshetrwhft win I titrritlMtiwi wb
es from which I made diitribution t
After a few moments ha answered cor
ectly, 4340th of a bushel.
A f a
An arimmetician wno was present
when the question was tuhmitted, un
dertook lo solve it by tbe use of figures,
k."-4. I -IT 1 I . . a . . I t . .
wnitn n vtivcicu, uui poi unui alter tne
inswer had been given by the boy
For tbe purpose of besting him con
verse, whim hi does with considerable
readiness for so young a boy, be
If a pair of boots cost six dollirs, what
will a bat cost f
He answered different prices and. In
hi turn, submitted to tbe gentleman with
whom ha was speaking, tbe following t
ii a ouanci oi coaia cost o I a rents,
whst will a cord or wood mme to f
The gentleman answered I don't
The following was then propounded lo
htm r- -"
If 7 13th of s yard of rsssimere cost
83 15, whst will I yard and s quarter com f
lie: "inswcrert, with hfs usual precision.
ST ii cent's and 13 88th of a cent;"
Sanasa. S,m- :aniculara respecting
Shurulu 'or Choumla) and the Ealkan
Mou"'tsin, where sanguinary battle have
douotl'-ss taken pi ce, ere this, may he in
teresting to our readers- The following
xoum is derived .chiefly from Dr
Walsh's Journey from Constantinople
The BUai Mountains (or Mount lltCmus)
exvnJ from the Gulf of Vcuire io the
Black. Sea, a distance of 500 miles. To
the South of bhumla, " the vast ridc
runs Hlonr the horiton, like a vast wall
nvrdwflritogn fito'fljw" i.TKV.,''.hci9-i
ter titusted on esch.side of the . former.
The whole breadth of the chalo, from
Sbumla on the north to Fakih on tbe
south, is 96 miles, hut the breadth of tbe,
tofty ridgta is only IT miles. v The coun
try north of ShumU and eouth of , Fakih
is all a level plain. Sbumla is 44 mile
frorn the nearest point of the Danube,
about the same et'mance from the Black
Scj," more tbtn 100 miles of the lower
nn of the Danube where trie Russians
first erosedV and ebout'SOO mites north
- -mm s ' rf. . I!
oj. V.oostenunopie i ne town uca wraj
miles nnh of the high ridges of the
the lower, ridges, . .The moun
tains form a semicircle about Shurola,
and the ctrdens and the - farms and
plantations extend to the summit The
Turn :ive tn tne tipper pen ot me lenrn,
whith is filled with mosques, whose
domes and minarets, covered with tin
plates, glitter in the sun with dazzling
splendor Mere the Turks have a town-
clock and hell to tell the hours, which is
t aid to be the only t own chxK lit the
Turkish dominions. 1 he lower town.
whfrh extends into the -plain, is inhabited
bv Jews. Armenians end Greeks, who
have each a place of worship.. The pop
Hlation of the upper and lower town is
60,000. The fortifications of Sbumla
contiat of ramparts of earth, and brick
walls, stretching three miles in length
sod one in breadth. Here tbe .Turks
form their entrenched camp in their con
tests, and the Russians in the last war
found h to be impregnable they were
wice repulsed here. The Cossacks once
pushed across a part ol the mountains,
but were oldiged to retreat. All the
roadt feonrthe fortresses on the- Danube
meet at Shumls, and the two eastern
passes of the Daikan diverge froirn this
town. Varna tto wnicn tne nuasians
about SO miles soum-east or anumu
The Kussians haVe the command of this
Sea, and transport troops, provisions, am
munition, tic. without obstruction from
the Turks; v !
Binrinit Coc. The Editor of the
American Farmer has received from Mr.
WrighrJbe acting Consul at RioJfDeJrc
two wrn? torn" oi -in- apecies
called by the Portuguese, Canta Qaila, or
HifitffnrCott fti "name is demed from
one of its faculues. . It spins out lis crow,
it is said, in the new style of singing -like
fine ladies who drawl and lengthen out
their chromatics, till one begins to fear
that she will spin out all the breath m
her bodyi npt leaving enough to iccove
t ..,f JMTIOXJL punt. ., t '
The Christian Alntan-c iur IB2?
cootaina a t unusoat variety vf instrue
tie tod interesii .e, riatlet , ft cmboe
diet 4 lar yi.,mtnf r r,f f,cte
OUI SUDjCCIt O pmtlCMl tew tym fmmmmmt -
ia ail tonditiorte of life.- New: th .-r
cloae, an article tntrtltd, the Cott
oi, intemperance,'; prrptretT by Mau'
9. u,.Morae or New-York, Tho
ma auoject, wm ue teen let thf JollotfA
mg appaW.ng U,U Chr8e. . , , tZ
Tie Pemtfe iL V. X. u .a..'
To S6,000,0(n ralloft of spirit atfiO -7
eta per gall. .,, . , . M,tX)0,fjfJ
Te 1J44.000LOOO hours of tta
Wasted by drunkard, at 4 eta per
hour. ' . . .. ... iT.nvs
Te the support of 130.000 oauners ?T
made so by Intemneranee. . T WO flfrt
To losatw by depravky of 45,000 . -T
eiminals do, . . snJrawM ai lmmmtJ
To tbetliigrac sad miseTf of IOtL. -"
WW persona, (rsUUves ot drunk-
Srda.) .... lmtaLlmkS
l a the rum of at least 30.000 and
- probably 4j,0W svule annually
Te loss by premature death of 30 .
000 persons ia the prime of lit. MfMOfyi
To iossee from the carelatwneai and -.
aiiakanagemat of UutapcAte
teamen, agents, i.e. fce. .. .
SsnA-aawsk Ssst warw natr
Certain pecuniary lota, (iu round
numbara.) . . . gt20,000,0fth
Loser whkb catmot. be tit;mt'idt-'J- -r
thus U appears, that; tiidejrndentljf
t itcins Which cannot 6e estimated.
uur cuumry pays or loaea at the rata)
ot One. Hundred and Twenty JilUG'tnti--of
Doikrt;per mtm?bf lnirmfcr
ance: 1 hit sum at five timet aa larres
ss the Revenue of the United States
verrsmem it wouia pay nil pur Bt
tuiul debt lo tlx months it. would.,
build twelve tdeh canals at the Grand
hnc and Hudson CaoaL every WOr-m
it would support a navy four time aj
arge at that bl Great DnUio iti
sixty timet as much at the afftrrerate
nco ne f all the principal rcliciouxi
chariuble Xoctettex in Eurooe asxi .
Americait would supply every fam
ily. on earth with a.Uible in eiht
fy or teacher among every two thouS. '
sand Boult on'trve "glotje ! - ojtftt'Z
pcrous . mighnhis . cpuotry be, WliiC.JI;
blesstng mightiH :ctnfcr'; upon Hthot
world, if it were onJy tcliet cfl irojg",
the aairtiass ani f a tea m nrealtt "
flUELTT AMD FOLLY OP INHDIXS.-
la meir endeavors to discredit th "
Bible, they attempt nothing leu than ;.;r
to hbt out lhe.Sun: oL outmoraf 4ytw"'V'
tern"." Bat Messed be God; thtir cf
forci it 'last ax vahrw woulrj- be-irji- "
! tempi-ta blot4iu the J.ttn whjehhinev ;
in the firmament of heaven. Bota .
are the wbrlt v.f the lamr Godind-
both rqually fieVbrid the'iscK of ihtun:"
jry front puny moruls. The
,7.ZniXXK Tjartlattr ttrUTTeOT:lflr
.he:r eur, a tjUt their founain 'fet.
maius unimpaired, aod will shine on,
and illumine the rest of the world, ia
despite of all the rage, and all the c
ortf of those ho " hate the light" 1
Could the wishes and attemptt- of -
infidel aucceed, they would throw tbe
whole human race back into all tho
darkness and horrort of heathen idol
atry into an utter ignorance Tof . tho"
true God, arid of the worthip which'
hefequiretj and an utter uncertainty
of a future state of existence. Thcrb
is io these attempts a wanton cruelty,
whicn it ia out eaty lo characterize X
it deserves. Wretched and hard-hear- .
ted men! VVhy will you aeek to rob
the miserable, of every name, of the
bett -alleirra'tioo at-their suFriog i- -
Whyw.ill V ettempt to deprive aomo
of the excellent of the earth" of "ihtt--1
which constitutes their highest happi-
oeirtlnfidelagcrally ivold our isr
semblies, and io tpcaking at -1 do, t
am perfectly aware that what I aayia
not likely to strike the ear of one oB v
their order. Nor do I aeek. Christianr
brethren, to ttir you up to hate or per- ,
tecutc these men. No, verily t but t
would ttir you up tcr pity the ui, to pray
J9F4. t5e.wu,.Aoa ,vnlvhrtfttiaT
mingicu wnn me.ixncss, to uoor, jra -
sion and 1 -would stir you up to ' .
guard the young aud " the un wary -
against ihr jirts and their delusions, '
-as ag.'iVt amoral pestilence,, prison
ous to the very vitah of social happi. f
nea, and leading tui J ttje hotrgjs rjat
'o me euitor ot tnia paper.