i f , ,
s - . , ',. ' ' : ....... . ; . , . . -' " : - i
r 1 4 'm ' 'k'" we, W'k hmmfr what f"oJ w IWwjItm, have the semblance of ukrmiallty which tnS no re-nonse in theheaif of the t'iilznn, end which".! to'f vaJeJ with little remorse.
lh wwlom f Ififftaliofi i epcmlljr ueo in rvAin oa conscience. , ; - - 4 . ( ; , .. , , ; , ''J ' J)r. thinning, , ..
.umtt''"Tmmmmmmmmm i eajaaaiaaaaaaaaaasnas
SAIJSmiUV, 110 WAN COUNT V, N, C;. M0DAV MlUCIU iri , -w.(VO!., XU ..NOi
il f im riiWii Ml
fr0 :Af ?aniT rtC Coi'""' J-.
rmr SHALL BE DONENEXTr
Mr.' Editor rarsa'sri" who
. tht f hat we wtf,fW the couatry
J! present of Congre I Jo
Lw, and, thereCre. I wwt but W"M,
iw w. thftll be hth! fro h mortifies
L 1. about the .TwilC Tber- pj
Li comproniiie, there easht te I e
upon pritMTptt more 4TeUgeou to Um
prcll intercts, tba tl present.- A
m who Jiee o wbirh; -y
tu inlUiV.cnnothve hie-njh!
Kft 1'"- If lhe PecJ,,,J mtof
.4, n.)t wiee in time, the danger U
AH thr be wemhelmei by popular
Wir,IHt'ion. But wpne tlkt Conrctj
aV, 4hin.t whfct then? wlt next!
.inmaion ie wuwered by kin tn-t,Ser-.Wh.rewcre
we but yrtr tlthn
ji.p.t-Whert, 1t in the depth of Ve
Mir' ml what brought vu to life? hit
tit rnMins ie1e enimatinj, cheer.
iB,, oun iv4hf r-e1ti0 toother irt cat.
in the country, end then U rhiU.
Jelphm, fniriiijf'pini. teeerUiouif
th we "TirtU?httiiK eboof the niiin
.Miu. xl than ire4iflg tbfte opini'HM
ib"'' t( peofl"t Can we doubt, then,
tl-vSi i tibe done next I Cee we
Mv.b'v.l ov better then tefo ojii
r h ;! V!iti, bv ctwrintf knowledge
iiv'CtKc ix-''T We rmit rcaiwi with
gi..mU-ntmd iu No mte could km
drW-.n f, tMw ,i'Ht!e t ,. thtt the
Thie m wr9 founJe-
lion ? i von oCTherefhrerp
on. Rut thr iwnethini te do( the
snrf erfromente thet will be breusW
out tht winter, io the 1 Report f the
Co-nmiree of theTree Trede Conitnilon,
m! in Conre, ourht end mu te put
frtii, in euch plain popular f )rma, that
"thry can b ' cempirhenned by-" the mat
hoHv of thn people. The friend of Free
Trmfc. t WMhinirton. ia end eut of Con
vv" WW there, ought, the momont that
Jt in awertained that nothing will be done
tla winter, (if, unhappily, that ancukl be
the ens J ti moot, and recommend tome
Min ai concen. in cucu . jpmiv v ),
txbMit thi obict ikai it, the iprttting
f information among tit people. No
fnnt amount of money will be reiulredi
. Ml U- ...lyl n
BUI nrirT irur . uian jiu urn ..m,yy '"' v
- tir;9teethiny, and be will givett-..Wba
on!Tbjeet can we nave wnmv. pumr
, HiritT is thre, tban, hannR Wt ide Jill
!iNiewi," tn rirrulat'MUst ideal of p
. lii;.cl M;noaiy am'ieq; . free peoplej who
r. m tH lcnn ourait oftho which enno
kin i?vir -ndiliont- Mr, Editor, I know
th..a!ue ef,your. excellent paper,
wit ', r -vit reach eyerv body. I am not
wi,t;Jajjirrticol "plaairVul I. do
iit. i Hat. nr m w are to the desired
...4m". 4f-44mHot -atay.on 4eckvA1
thr t i-tu. and .work liko jaen, ...we . abaU
-downr a .bei.attd ishail-be hipwroekod
tvr 'c that thev bae not been eent
llw-r- f' tmtriiniT. Tliia i the voice of
juntP .ui "f twentV" dwliitereeted men.
ONE OF THE NINETEEN,
i'ti York,Febuary;M2. ;
thnt warm hearted and intelligent people." l""f.JJLl A L FOR 'PlRCY ,
uxOiAtimloa to acUe,Md a wu mmi.
what difllcult loo. . But , any , mind wai
amonir the bird tinner Sdutb 4 .the Flur.
da, ltod Itiver, the Arkanmui, mat tlnto
known eHintry California, aud tho Faeifie
oceenvw I fall myaelf drawg tu the untned
acenei olthoM countnea, anJ it waa ne-
ceMiry for me to tear mytelf away from
the kin dr m frtemji. .. . , , ,
AAef ilreribin2 hie voyage to St. Au
pintino, aftd an iulerealing Inetiriv'wlti a
entlontan on Bt. Simoh, Tland tie con
tiniina, Auju'tiiie wh'tever it may
fitive been, ia far from-" tvjinj'a 1iuriithiii
place now. It lie itt lhe bottom of a'ly,
eitremely (lilhciilt af accoe even for tea.
aela oflibt draft, which atlclom reaeh the
city in la thanit day I cannot aay nuch
for the market, nor for the circumjacent
country, Orange and plenty . w Rood
&4h, eeera te constitute the wealth of tlte
plaea Sands, pine loreata, and impenetra
ble thick! of eactu. tutd pJmttoa form
the under growth. , ,
I will rive you a akrth or our manner
of pawing the time, we are up before day,
end our toilette ie awanada.- It the day
ia to be epent tt drawing we tnke a walk,
and return when hunrnrand tatiguod
we draw nnintetruptedly Yintil dusk, after
which, another walk: then write op jour-
nail and retire to rest early. When we
hare nothing on hand to draw, the guna
are cleaned, em nirht, a banket with
bread and ebeeae, a bottle -witlc4d hiMe jn?rdl lhe veMetT wai "aent'
key, amraome water ia prepared. vTe
got into a boat and altar an hour or hard
rowieg, we find ouraelvet in the middle of
most estenarve marahce a fir ae the eye
ctrt. reach The boat ie anchored, and we
roon, wading through mu I and water,
amid myriad of Band flier and rmraqoi.
toe, ahooting here or there bird, equal,
tinj down for half an hour, toobyrw the
way of. the beautiful peinga we are in
purauit of. Thi in thn way ia which we
From the Time &i Gasett.
Thi dlstinnished Individual if TtoW'in
Flori la puruinr- hia interesting nnd ardii-
out rcsearchei among thcdjilerentepeeiea
of th leathered raca. Hia object ie to
"emler complete hia iplendid work on the
ornitholocvofthe United Statea, the first
volunie-W whic!iiB:adjblhbe Fef;
thirty yeara haa Mr. Audubon oevotca ni
time, hi talent and hi fortune to the rtu
dy of the character and habit of Birds,
and with iinexnmpiftd enthuaiasnr-" We
hop hi valuable lif may be prolonged,
) that he may complete not only the
tholojy liit one of the ftneet epectmen of
art, tliat ainy country or age na ever pro-
late letter to a friend in Philadelphia,
tpublidhpd in Mr. Foather!TOhoi.'h a val
tuhie Journal of Geolojrv nd Nat. Science
will give eome idea, of bit feeling and
Jiabits. ' ; . ;
" We at length approached Charlerton,
and the view of that .city from aeroa the
bay, waa hailed by a partywith Unfeigned
.. dpiight charmed as wn wire with having
occur to ua to anticipate the extraordinary
Woitalitv. whioh awaited us there, and
which led tola residence of .a few ,ef the
Jutppiest week I ever pawed. v "
Having received a, warm reception, and
been aided by many gentlemen in prosecu
tinst DunwY.ha'enW I believe
r preWred about 300 epecimene, coii-
ting of about 00 epeciea1 of land and water
bird. I jumped at once into my ' wood-
IwKting ihnjii:iini W.fy$Z?,
dav brpni . knit Rftnn ai work . either m the
r ' -:.-: .r. v., . .f
ay of ahootinff. takm view; or drawn
bird : after sunset acribHina in our jour.
ale." I n speaking of the attefltion paid
aim in Charkhton be remark. It u not
ffiltl for. me to exprcse . propetly the
The Provide Putrid of Wedneadav
cjntaintttw W lowing notice of The exam
ination of a man before the PiHtricf Court
ma charge vtjirvy and murder-c
The examination of Blocum tor pirscy
and murder, wu agnin commenred Wore
the Hon, J. Pitman, at the District Court
room, oh ijgturday last. ' Hii i the most
extraordinary case that we ever heard of.
It apper that Mr. John -Allen, of New.
port, formerly , fitted out .a aloop Jbrtjie
coa-t. of Afnca,:roni which he received
intelligence in' being then on the
South Africa Coast. About two month
mice, several aailur arrived at, .Newport,
from Norfolk". They ; hinrd a carriage
Ind proceeded io PorUmouth.. They pas
sed a hotm on their journey which one of
toe sailors olwervea wa occupied by hi
uncle, and that it wtu the .tr where hf
nfe:U hi younger duy. (to turning to
nswpon, me eauie pcraon tooiMome ep
ium and brandy, and soon, becamn very
deranged. ' In thi state he declared htm
self to be one of the crew belonging te tlie
aforesaid etoop, nd also that the said crew
rose upon the officer, and that all were
killed except himself. - He . further atatcd
that ha remained an. board of. the , vessel
for several daya alone, ami wa taken efT)
bya piratical cruisar. " After" recovering
from hie fit of diliriam, he denied the a
strtions which he had made but he wat
aimilar and even contrary purmiitay
Whilst the eoldtnna ef the (Jirard Juumat,
tlrrtfere, will tn spectaHjrevntwd r the
illost ration, eirpervtNion and history of hia
fceqmao 4l ilt cMwprie mcH a - variety
a te rvlieve from h tediutr, of mon9toi-
oa narrative, and animate bv the spirit of
th living and aiteaking worl.t; lest la tM
cold apathr of historical troth, w should
impereeptiMy beenme enveld in th
bdage ot the mummy of Egypt.'- .
- Borne of t?i (Wbera psert, VtWee
those of Suuth Carolina, sprsk. their sen.
(intents on-tlty plainly m to what may be
expected frwni a' persavernncfl of the Man
ufacturer in their system or monopolies.
A a spximea, we gie lis) following, in
which there appears to be no anibigsiiy."
From tlit Columbus (Gr.j Enf. tJn, 2f .
! The movemente in Cengrese begin to
have on air of mnch intere.. Question
of importance begin to be agitatod, and the
champion of both side begin to make
preparation tor the eotiteet. On the 11th
ituL tb whole city waa gathered together
to hear Mr. Clay, npon the eubjoct of the
tnoilificattoa, of .the Tsrif, not. svick , a
modification as will relieve the Southern
people from Ike Urdeu wbich lhy hear,!
but which r moves only that pert which
bear dpon the Manufacturer, and leave
upon ue of the Sooltj the whole weight rf
tbat atenrsed aad nitolerarle tytfrm.
If a man want a ahne mended, he take
it U a eoblerr- If be wanuaeoat mewlsd
be take' 1t te vtllar. If ' be wanU
wirh mrtded,he tkcs jl to watch maVer.
r Aualit; tf asvmen;wi.tf hi quadrant
memled.'h takes it te a iiiatlirminri ln
atrameot maker. If a man wauts Ie en
derstaad a point of jurinprvnUnoe, he ap
plies to a lawyer." If he want medical
advice, he applies (0 a phyicitn. " 1
,NW, why is tmseoerae tnvertawy pur-
with all il force npon thn mrfare hi Ii
rover the tee from about eiU r iud
ehvek in tWnwnmt 'Xtwtil htwia; tiie evert
irtg t but the the ice dene all thn force 4
flio rm' mjIm no nikfter how Brssi thw3
heat of the atmotpherss Ae eternal mr
rent of cold air ismir from tK bus, of thie ,.
bed of ice.- Individual pawing along the)
path way feol 4tJej eolJ air tery semabr
aflectiog their J4 and ler. ' ; v ;
.'.Mr. JJoevere, the owner of the laad,ha
ed by tha whole community t Bimply reeted avery mall Jog dairy tt tl han)
kcaii The tvblee,- tM milon the watch l esmtntaiii, whic h presarve m eii! ;
maker, the mathematical initrument ma- butter, fresh melt, Ae. at all nm. ha 1
ker, the lawyer, and the phyajcianj from chooaee tu 6 ft Mm all taut or h.try
hiving We lhr particular pursuit a every kind. If a lly return tabi k.o ,
study, and frstn having., amited practicn dairy, which eomctimee baripetia, be ie hm
with theory, are kwn to ba better. mta. Mnly reduced a Hato of tarpituda, and
ifteit io oarrorm their roeoeetive function rendered incaoable uf 'nVang the )at ia -'
. ' il - - I Si.rv. CnM .J lUm .ral.l Si. An hehlit MIa
ini v. lit v f f ' " "M
spend oiir day"--They, then prepare lhe
akin ef birds wsich are'intemlo-I toTle
preserued, and he add, "all this, added
to our other evocation, brings ua into the
eight pretty well fatiguei Such try dear
friend is the life of an active naramVtt,
and euch in my opinion it ought to be It
ia nonesense ever to;, hope to eee ia the
doeet what ie onlv to be perceived a far
a the laws, nrnniemeiit and beauties of
ornithological nature .Uoncerned-fbyi
that devotion pf time, opportuoitiee and
action-, 1eshehj I have consecrated my
life, not without hope that acience may
benefit by my laboura.'' "''i--
J,.rn, pe afraid my aity 1 tax
a reaonbleare of my aealth and Tife-ii
I know how te aiurd azainit.'reat difBcuU
tie, and I have no time to attend to, that
wont of all kind of difficultiee, imaginary
ones." Circumstance never -wit hia . ray
control threw me apoa my w resource,
at a very early penoa 01 ray mo . 1
irmwn un in the echool of adversity, aim
am not an unprofitable scholar there, hav
ing learnt to be utWhed vrita providing
for myTkmilv arid rnvnelfby ttry
eftiohfc' The lift I lead ie my iroeation,
full of 'smooth and rough paths, like evsry
that men vsriouslv try. My
physieal eonstitutiott hae allwayabeia
mnnA rul the hne now 01 IBiril 1 nava,
haa nitflsi s-raatlv assisted me in. aorne of
the moat trying pnasagea of life I know
that I am engaged in an arduou unoena
kmc. but if I live to. complete it, I will of.
fer to mv country a beautiful monument
of the varied aplendor of American nature,
and of my devotion to American ornithe-
iirv. ... . ' ; --
Thaaa few extracts are tufncient'to
shew the nature of bis pursui'l, and Eis In
tentHiM Wa are hDPV to eoa our-W ai.
nrmeat aidinff him in his exertion by
placing at his command a mall veaeel for
k ninvi oi avnlorinff the riven and
i oesrFloridar;:,;; ;.; JJi:.;Ct. "t
Wa wmh him everV success in ma ia
horious work, both -aw aeeoant -of - the
advancement ef Kineee, and hie own great
I !a tAlw svuAis1 r.tat tan saw-S m a1 m
iiiiiiwuiuivij fi 1 1 v (? via iui a 11x3 a. iiir vi , .A . , , - ,
. ... I A nm Ma.. fTItlir kalal arii ! IM (fss1 Up. lreiareA
rtcyand murder. Mr. A lira (hi oncurj J y Vz J il f-
the iWrotlna veMeCwaineut fortSniade 1 for remark, and mov e4 (or the
; 1.. .. ki. poetponement of the subject tutd Mondayk
who bad eaileifin hie veMclTha eailai ,hf l tb,nS ,ock
denied ever having eeea Mr. Allen before. I rwtmj eVbato npon the
Mr. A. then stated that Slocura had alont ,"bsu jJ bere,mu4 be eeincthing
at hi house a few night. brfore, and ream;; Jmr- TT
ed perfectly "welL-acquainted-with ihe'liP" bjThe.fcciang. 3!fjbe
bouse, fllocum hawever denied having J ,h .f'.f. 'f
anyknowlodgeofAHenorhieversel. ThS-f .'7 ft, 'ftf dUmat.on
mother of gfoeutn was then sent for, ami : frmnd. of . e Pr,i 1 System
immediately ' recognised her" who,-f Vt f "J "fr
.he thought dead. 4 said that there ; " th thi. abom.nablc
were anveial ac.rf about ni. bo,lv Iem. by.h anemn, anow of conceasioe
which hec-uU b- recog,,ittd W Wex- f"'1
. ... v t 1 it l inff detsrmmatioo towpress. But it will
annua)!' n wva ivuuu. k. - j
S. Marshal reeognised him as a lad whom " B " !a" "ur'"B
ha tt knew in Irtmeu.h. Mar li'Tlte
at a ran MM aim auoewniMM iu"uini:aiiiHi,
III' : Kiuiwuun ..iuuimuwii .n.v.
than anr bhJv alas. ' ' I Jury
I.' I ' .1 . . ' i I H.1..1I inU a l.miutMil. .f m.dtlili.NI. tlM
I 1 oniy 111 me science 01 gnveniiiHJoi "ji"KTi"' j i "
ftll $eiwe$ and arts tkt ewMtlcow- rw overs animation, and fliue oft
plici4,' ielieetn end sficalt o hi an- If a make in hi rambla hsppen to get ,
drrtiood that every ehnfiow pt ia the 0 the etona covering the joe, lie frfw be.
wholo nation considera himseir a Wis a I come so cniuea as an wv 1 , .
hislneifflihor. You will A find a politi-1 aad finally parishes with the depress cf -
clan, from Maine Io !auik;ana; from lbs cold.. ISever! inrtaiicce of (his kind bavw ; . (
lofty aspirant to the Presldrmy down to been ere in . Mr. iever e oairv, k
the hamUeat -ecnodefr of a motioo Ml has bee see n-itmidiflimmert. Jit, tlle,
State Legislature who does not eoosider ksll informed the aullh r that he bad sera j (
himself a wall qualified to male law (or kn ia h dairy in tlui' month of July. The v '
thirteen millions tf people,' u Lyeargua author himself saw ka no the a., and .
and Solon ware for the inhabitant, of Spar bkicks of ice .formed between the Vga" ;
ta and Athons. Well was il oixie exclaim- ia the month of ApriU , '
eJ , I Immertialoly uuiler this Wnk tl tee a ,
Qurnm parwa eapienH regHur miu$." rety JreauUfnl transparant spring -issues,
v-.t 1 . 1 . ' ' i. ,iM 1 and empties Into the river a few feet (Mm ,
t,?Uud9mi'tktVrlif09; itahearf. This spring is unquerfionabbr
1 rw 9
--1 esjs, ;'tfB-.t . a - I . atL
i,!:.rent times, lhe Jud.. discharged hi.n !f ",'l"6 nD wlu "P" ""v '
V say- S9 nrs " .T SW . -
on Monde? Usty-th partiea having IkiMli
..1 .:r.. - -- 1 - . .
10 lucuuiy muu . ... ...... .. . 1 - - .
... r-r J l ae ;ucd in tne uouse ui siepresen-
Anewneriodical of averTBmffularrhar,iativesi a sketch of which will h (Und in
actcr is proposed in Phiiadelphia.. Dr.'tbi paper; augurs a revffaj of all the anx-
Porter, proprietor of the Literary Rooms ; ltiee and tMubW of tlw Miamri n,ues
u) that city, baa issued a Prospfcclus for a '. liomThe disturbers iif the Union in the
periodical w irk to bfr entitled " The 7tr. . North ftkt begin to pla v iheU part more
if Jauml of Wealih." From thi nro. ': tiibly. They iuat the Tauffis not sufii-
pectus we have 1 neen '"ody" the fcilowmg:ci?nto0telfJ.f Wvollie SoutVto;
.ifr.rt and w kre tinable to state there-1 lence... And : now they would . mingle
: . . . ..--.-.. .i,:.t ..1....
(ore with precision the terms,! lorm, ire- j mo inuian couironij m wmc.
cniency ef appearance, eVe. ofihe prpo Southern .grievance, ..m .euch .a way ae
HiikfiMiM.t Kmmm. itm -ti aim lhA Jul.t la nukKe II ins swn tn SlfUOJ: mil
LmwilVliivsii s wr - i- ....
L,ti. aeeinr f ita' inttnfo& character:! ever aarrassea llie country, - -
l,n..U not anticinato for h"a lonar nreVT t Wa reffrat fliaf the reoehf 'deeisionn
traeted existence. 4 It appropriate topics, jjtha Supremo Court hue been hastened, eo
we should think, would ooa be exhated.i s to bring that Iribueat "ulethe-eonflieu
It U difficult, however, to forelell what inayor partyvi.1 W", uopeu,wfeuiu,
6w"euroT. Whe Mntnw rotsybave bwnrvitd tbeeflWtsjiiv
cau te ae oe ' Kins dt mo vniw, .
Twe letters have'been pnblished in the
on the 27th of January, from which
t.Tha Tariffis the most and ainrapor
tant subject of this session of Congress,
nJ mi its aatiafactory ndiustment wdl, I
xaiat sjraai aA a - . . m
(bar and temvt,iertke continuant of
Ut Union. Moreonthjasnbjaereaiier.
"The Tariff tolas appear .uierniM
nnt 10 abate an Inch of their pretensiww,
an J IonucnlMwrif thejrhave
the coarage to adhere to lheni. that the
irJm t ikif tttnitt M hi ditiolved I
have resisted thi conclusion as long as I
wasable,nd hav. at )angth eome to it
with sorrow, but the evidence in jrremstt.
ble. The manufocturers" pretend to be
increduloue, or else treat, the subject with
knaHn. and sav let them so. And the
Sooth will gel There -is no division ef
sentiment among- tnem. 4 1 nn is, mo so
cand attempt of the , New. England arts-tociatMs
proved abortive by the virtue of our yeo
manry ; so, having to nope tor irw
quarter, the 4lartford Convention fdk
fetf mined 10 drive off the
South," and I greatly fear that they wil
- .TTT.a-.. n ' " -
sls Tor pubtishint a period'u
voted to the death ef Morgan, we little an
tidpetedjhf; Jrnnency of Antimfta6nie
pmttcalien w ;-t,ri,'M"' "an"
M lid from all ether consideration, it
i due to the character aad memory of the
deceaeed, that the magnitude of aiipaiuuv
thropic deed should be commemorated by
some iiteprary estaWishmmrt having teftr-
ence to his aoxse and character ail a
temporary edn transient journal, wbieb
should terminate wua mo ciunieraiion ui i
his preperty, and the fulfilments of hie lau
dable ioteiaiontionsbut one which shall
imitate the great ecope ef hie Character
and gemralisn inivaneak TaiUtrmaorr
from his example. Il wu not iner aurv
butee of Stephen Girard t attem pt what
he could not perform; er te be dispirited
by slight obstacle, from th accomplish,
ment ef his designs; WasiWeji n pir.
$en'ti&V fiie exertion,
until he had vanqiuBhed, and surmounted
all intervening obatacleEphemeralef
fnrta had no existence in hia enduring at-
mnanhflrt. ' Nor would a proper view ; of
Hariarn Arirufl. front -Waahingteii, dated 1 his ample and comprehensive character,
5S?!SiC? undertaking that wsseitnerUm-
. j j ' ...immI.iI in ,1b ftiama'
or dweussion. ) ' k f " " .
i A CirwsT Journal might. It first view,,
be deemed a very moootonu production.
But the cenirary wiU eooa appear, wnea
we consider Ilia ivariety ot nis pursuits,
from a Sea Captain to a merchant, a" bail
Je. a butcher. and a banker and the
eonwreheesive sweep hisulenta CU
oicupeiions as well as the -boundless varie-j
ty of his wealth, his views, hi actions, and
eharitiei. If we follow the track, of his
character, id.the : leading fenturee of this
iOornat, we enan presuiu 1.7
anuailed bv the diversified pursuits of man-
1 v - Oi.U ' tl'.mA kail nlmiwl
ainu. . -r or ovcjiuu v. , -anna
ihouffh the entire circle ofeoeial oe-
cupationa ; and those which he failed to
cIom all difficultiee arising out of the In
eiaa title tn ueorgta niigni.navo pre
vailed, by extinguiunhjr the title it!i. '
A eorresponJent of the New - York Ca
tette, in a b'tter from Washington,' pub-
lishcd some Ume ago, say, in relation to
the discussion which anxe rut ot Mr.
MercerVresoluti'Nt to raise a Standing
Committee on Internal Improvements
... The vote stood 90 to 90, and there
atr negatives enough , among lhe.aiiasn
tee to have decided it in the neirativo."
by the Federal Government has, got .it
. . , a 'il
death-warrant, ana win, ai mis Kion
MMaitfA ita Jnalh.liloer." . ' , :
.Whether 'the : poliexit jfnteoial. Im
provdment by- the Federal Government
has got its death-blow or nrt.'as fcr ae the
Con "res is concerned, one tnmg is Very
elearwd IhatZii', tliavt in death-warrant
will never be recalled eo Ions as the man
who simed -it - continue at the head of
B . 1 ,i t
ttHkira. "r v.rTzrr'.TrTrX
the coldest water I have evei( seen and I .
will harard thr nmnionthat the waiter ia
At (he time of formation of the Federal I the hottest season df vtar, is b it a lew dn T"7"'
Coortitulwo, i aerar auuoipaled llial jrfsboW the freeang' point. ' Yet in) '
a ease under il shoald arise, like the one winter thi Hiring water,' notwithstanding; -"now
Dreseuted. vii adifKirence'olbpioiea Tu externa decree ofcoid.'ha the eflct."
a to th aowere granted- to the General I of preventing the formation of ka ia the)
Goveratneat. acccompamed by a refusal I rrrer where if empties. . Mr. Deevers la
by both pa run lajntxa. tntunrsi .mom- Uttiiw4 the author f that -there te- al wayt
ment in any attempt settle it, by refer- ta ffjmB channel ia the ice in the coiaeat
ring the disputed pointa ta a convention winter weather of home twetty or thirty
01 IBOJUlies.- .,! ! yoiy wn'j i'; ! looi. - - - ' ' ,
a perseverance in the presenfeourse nmsir-Thsi'tllssiiuVtitn'Wcfl'B:
inevitaWy break up the Union. ' lf(An I hibiu one , of the greatest natural curiotds .
gre Wishes to exercise a power not, gran- (iet jB c,wotrj 1 1 believe is aimittM t
ted by the Constitution, and, instead of ap- by every individval Who haa euoiimed it.
plying to thn flute to have it conferred lt anquaitionaWi' afSrda the very teal ci(wt
1 - J ........ W.mm a bam tka Vkkar. r -t . r 1' ' i - . .
ujr anrenniirem, www r i " Kir isq erection ai oisnps in our cnwairyi
er by a farced eonstnictiort, and then af- ,no probably isaxceee4ed by aontf in thw t
terwarjls.syWa wautMamendmenl to worloV- And there i little akuht-eha. it-L.
the Constitution; as It already confers all will at eome future period, become valaa- ' .
the. Dowerjre wanttwJt i vetyplaia,t bin for that purpose. -The .noevetr a4
the guarantee of a written Constitution, of snouoluiiaus eouutry. -ia itTnei?bb.irhooa -
which so much ba beodf is a bulwara n,ay protahlv retard lay 'vslnahl im-
of broken reeds, and is jit well adap- prurrff epts vf this , daecrifUon b aoanej ' ,
tedtontMthelilssrtieefa uation;as a yftrs but as population increases, and i
cobweb, would, be !Jo protect a lamh froia the imprfement of our swwttiy rogre.;.
the eletches of a waif. For our part, w MI lhr- j. Wlbt Urg, portion ef .
can eoe nothing:, in the cupidity -of eur Mr mouHttu,, wifl be turned to goiaf ae.
Northern mornrpolnts, wUica argee inem j ,.,m ad 1f4 greatly tn the wealth aaj 5
dMBWeti hippie"!! etsocitrty.TT. rtt'; -.
te eonvert tlte conatitutioo, iota an inatru.
ment deeigaed (ut their special beueiit, bat
the seeds ef a dusolutioa ot the ikywe atruc
ture which has Teadered ut a great and
prosperous peoples and unleea a more just
.7 . from the East port fioftmrl. 1
It mav be a satis tact im ie i!e curiomt
spirit snalPUke 'rae plaeeTot ttiw wri
ivitem ot avarice," some -01 ds way a mil0(
aiaoB up nl ' 1 and Ant ws im I t'lit tlr "
which we' have alluded - . C,M w, ,how faiths,, i Barber, a';.-- -
.:i;.'irtV-; -tiwsw-' - iK V' IheprdaTaylori a Cooper, a Butcher, -
. '-$0& itUWa I Al.ie " - 1 eviveiiiwii fusswii va 1 viniif a fuiinjif
The following account pt a Moutain of ' fh Uktpf, a CtHief a)
Ice w taken from Kerchevals History ef " xirt eU9..0 Arcner, two ;
of the Valla v. of Virk-iui. aow 7 in tho
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The author cnnaoi preremj m grve n w.
scription of alt aatarsi euriomtiea ef our
country. ;Thta would roijuire, 01 tweu,
several voluwoa. -r '- ;-Tt 1
I shall, the re (ore, content myself, and
the reader must be content, wiilea ae
quarters of the Amerieaa Syste
England. ''" r:-';,v. ": , ,-''.
r Went- The price ef this article wm
not nrobablv materially fluctuate during
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the coming season.,, 1. ne average price 01 ,
good lots nwy.be quoted, at oy cem. per
lb. which ' yields the rrower and the man-
ofacturer about the equal profit. As the
flocks iocreaae throughout the country lhe
price wiH be reduced and the facililie for
vrowMC it increased. It Will then be
come' an article of regular and certain
IWifirinot aubiect to fluctuation from spec
tjdations la the market, and not liable to
Cook, aad a BtcwarV - lley have alaft
on Angel with one Wing one Meaane'.
oue Soul, assse'las jwtnwinniresting "fattJ rr
ef. the aaimal etructure such aa Armas
0rvngi Foot, X'hian, Nuckolls, and
Broadhcndei' you find Robbina also per?
bape side by. idn with, a Lyol a Gnflu
and a Choatte Then thMr have Weeks.:"
In.' ... ltr.!. 1. . f r it i r
eonnt of thrmost prorainenn-Anvmg the .y jiu o.bibw aou. omuwanay.i 1107-
numrlhejvl5e,jwnuin " in the.opin4
ion of the writer daservoe the first ranK, ' "auu"'Z - -
, This most extraordiaary and wonderful "d Reeds-s Kaae, a Pitcher, a Cannon,. .
work of creation, is looted about 23 miles Carr, and Mocre, to. Tbcro ra two
west of Winchester on the east sida of the Whites te oae Browa-1 here are Qrr ut .
KnrtK Rranrh of Cnmm river eomnvwly I oanas, aiiiu iwa uooueis, one roro.axi
called NdrtS TitBT," very neaf what ie J eome frf iore-That they havw aO th
calledf North river mills,"lbjt residence prevailing issnioqe in anow ny uie grna i
of Chritopher Heiskell. Esq. in the eoun. variety f.Tons, for they hart , Clay-ton, , "V
ty rfHampebirel leliol iwrwbaa NDw4ihas.toif:l,t4on Bentoa.' jF
eome tbree nr fiwr hundred paces from ) in-ton, Applem.Dray.toBtHimtieg-tent: t
xi, itniu..il'. nuhlie hoaaa io where the Waihing-ton Ciiiih-ten. -They hav x
li4. h. tmilI'r abri milal nunaoiTamiiaaa
probably something more, ibis mountain j eon, Dickefson,;Jtobin4on," Ander-sosta
presents te tae eye a most gnwu soi(a7-i " T ' ' ' . .
etacJf. l is probawy ail m eigni am", ,rn, 1 ,F .
IWO pioos, oui uninuniaiy-nw .iuvkt"
and finally; they have what i a shame)
with loose etoaee ef various siaea, many of to eur Republican institutions, not tiiy a
which are of a diamoni Bhape, aad from Tyior ana a waranati twi jviags ; inaes) t
one totwe pounds weight, te one or two I wa recommend b taken to Gaither. ui
thousand. . Thia vast ptla of stone appears I caatnul twot anaiJrajuyi-u.
to be atirelyjwoee, not a.Ihring togetuer
and easily removed, r it Use. 1 wesaea
by the river for eeveral mile about one
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tiiinaree yera m lengin, anq anui or
30 feet in breadlh.al the base of the main.
tain ice is to be found, all ' seasous of. the
year On removing the stone,, which 1
very easily done, wita a light tiK or wiiu
Th fiJIowinr Drecious eonfossioBLof th
profits of the wool monopoly,' ie worthy of lime speetacJf.. It is probably ail M eight
notice, coming as il does from the head hundred feet tn height, nearly nerpendic
auartere of the Amerieaa System in New lar, covered oa the N W, aide entirety
touch in person, he finally succeeded in be eflected hy good or bad Reasons eo
hri.ie under the influence of hi capital, much as other staple products of the coua-
r,m-eej iraifeP nianulacture, mechaB- try
..,rrw kH.l.lm. minitl-'. inoeo exieisiveiy eniazau w wvm kivw
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... .1: M;l..MJ. .irrnlhire. aardon. J ins. that wnatever tne anicie nnnga ia
ing, in fine, all that man can dn.'W mw.tmw-rr "T.V, ..
operate upon, Were enmprrtniaed-in 1hejTofiti;inJ tbra. can be no dmibti but U
weuid aancliua the Otnuet extent ef
fcharacte;ef Steph-Ht GiraH t enl whiehiwill ne a long Unit eretbe. price is 1
cm-1 ancen iotii ft; ' - we
Extract of a letter dated City of We xien
".Jan. 11, lMS.freni.'af American gen
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10 nis coTrnqaxuieni in uti city a,
Pray make known at heme that Can
the naked hand, the ice appears in blocks tsin WiiuaM MoaaAJi, who waa eo erne-1
ef from one to two inceee diameter to eight I ly murdered twice by tbe wtcaetf xuaeona
or ten laches thickness. It la '..wedged in I kn the jporthera part of the ata.te of Nu ,
among the atone, and I presume the taFu I Yori, and buried m a aa; u one lhe4i 5;
ties (or what would be cavit'ie hat f r ifie l lake, ie alive sa wep, bie au4 -
ice) are, mostly -filled with - ke,: From l ftpjng an honest livehhoed by paintinx
what exV$wJiiry' naffirat Causa the ice coaches, houses; &c. He Is Out much;
iapreservedj l am not ahw tn torm a ecn-1 pieaaext maims wiic wrnw .macis Bu
iureVlt if certainly the mfe jfrrnar.! tryery rnOsful to Jtfy. fag hj lof,
lh ,lienj. t, tJtii
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