J"1 Ji frora lawich 'iowever wisV a gd ia the-nislvet, Ji'the sia'jWo ot inefxality wh!ch fiai na ws;v)oo m tha heart of the citizen, ahd which will be evadod with tittle remorse,
;lieioiil,le?!aUMw;ciRUy wen m grafting law on cousdeuceV .-rr Vf 2ZZ1 ; ; , ;iL;-V.--:----'-.''' .' pr.J?hinning, ,
Tr-TV.: JVryiiw.,-.....v... .
I .. r
:jMblt3hfiroHce a veek utjHdollartpci
. m:.. u ... W ......
tha one year. -
X faihiri to notify ike, Editor of a Irish
Uiin of Jft&r, will be -considered at al
new engagement. '
Alio oerwn nrocvn'rn? i iolhcnt sub'
A.lvertwini at the usual rates.
Idtert atldrcuml to the FAitor mnt
ht post paid or tcy tri not be attended
(tr These terms will be strictly adher-
td lu .
rtTnB enAi.rTOT keiicibt.
To the People of Itoslori, Rem York,
Phihidcfplda, aiul otlcr Sorlhcrn
CilUi. ".. ,
You have1een. to ftccustomej la have
itifilo in-voivr hoteh 4
TSTiff nancrs1 oP We-- awthr -that you
V knowing t( real sWte of, public opin"
ion in StKith Carolina, on. the subject ol
federal uwrpajion. l r tho lust four
... ye;ir,tlie .yooric.ttind .Qty ..tTuMte. have,
tx-en busy in misreprcsentrng the ends of
some of our most ctiiouhle citizens.
-wPt vha-v-a TeprwwHWstlw-'a tB-Righl-ar.ri
Vnte Trade Party as a clamorous tic
... U'U f triuuig tula.AJiiu.Il pj-jjninn of the
p filiation, strui,'?li'tig for politivul asct-ii-c'.-.
n s, and fatally bent ukii Jiiunion, and
wto!baflce with tJ Britain. -
What will t"yoaf ftloiiiSheient when
Twjearnjhat this wns never Jruent any I
ime. That the party, from tlteir first r
jfaoiatluii, were mvjmi tCen..ol the
ic circle, of the most wkmwIodf(d tab
nls, and. unquestionably of the Jargest
property .in the ditfurpiit parishes and t!is
...irkts.i'bat.iH tlwir raiika, ar to-be
fuiul 'divines, bhvslr.ians, lawyers, and,
with but few exceptions, tho great body of
the mechanics. iliat they have in this
twtest disregarded uaoiea and men, and
J" oiiusolely tr priilciplbCBrinjrjcillier t t
ekson or ClaV. That they are neither
Tslhwt Barlxsirt or A'aa- Buren - menk
, 'Duntiiu, no honor au irauceudanV-and no
. laniASj jrhuious; as that of Statklhtt
Jmd Frt rraJt5- Tbatnthej-4iaet
leiigth, by eight yoars ofdispasbfooate ap.
pea! j to the undurstandlngs and patriuiisin
of t'w people, brought thonj to understand
their rights, and understanding them to
.JftMbveludcfi-nd ihosefighta at aaymdi
Wc now hate twa thirds' of the State
nun mra m tun JVil..uuv Vf J ijo
Ject of t!is cair is aa jmrncdinte eonvoca
tiunof the people io docUro tlie Tariffnull
o4 void, and to provide, against, its being
enfureed within the limits of the btsto.
M re than two thirds of tlie State are
Anllifiert. More than three-fuurths wfl
the House of Representatives, b;' the re
umt received, are XitllMers.' Put thei
K'pr&eutatiou ujion any basiH i jou , pjeaet
"lip.'inlliat bf population alunc, or pou!a.
tioe and popany eoinbHiedf lUrft aiH be'
Absit two-third of the inhabitant', who'
toles' have booh given to the Vullification
U-kot. Do you doubt it t Read the offi
cial returns, and judge for yourselves.
Do you now believe that the Union or
8ubniiion Party i prostrated, tit flial S.
Carolina it in earoastt Ponder wall these
Ibiiifjs. .Take heed e.t you firm your
?rfinon iu future upoii VVTiat you soe in the
iriu"paiers of Charleston.
A TIIUE SON OF CAROLINA.
; t ?forbertcJ:tort would do welt to
-insert the fibove".'
,.rtanTaf BixrfsaorTMt tnrwrTrrtoji.
A Cuttom-IIoutt fiaile. During the
suimntr-of theTrar MVS. there wasno Ice
h the United Slates, south of New Eng.
siihi, owing to the nuhniess of tbe piece
' ng winter, aot m nyxw was presented
it supplying the deficiency of ths t necci
ary artii.u, but that of importing it. Some
oterpnsing Yankee brought a cargo to
"ilu.hitphia, fromNovaSooiia, a (biign
ii-'U was making
Ai r emry al the cuatout boui a aiiestioa
(jse wbethor fireign ice was a coinmod
v hsble to, and to what dutv. It W4 not
hid dow in the law as t free inltlftroolf
i it pecifred at liable: b a ineeific or ad
w ,4!7re,T!,l!!u'0;:fV .l-'y .li.dccUu,, tuigbl
Win tlie'linp irteri ai bu cargo might melt
way ui).br the h a sotr; W iCwa final
T rmclttderibiTa wis la."ieflued
' a notnimerattd rttcla, and as such,
liable to fi;leou per centum on the fireign
0t. . N .
Here then new question wiu started by
w Ysnkea. Tbe ice bad Mailt cost no-
"! la tbe importer, and 13 per fentum,
king would amount to nothing." But
e custom honae, tot relishing the idea of
"mg in HntHh Biaautarturea fur nothing,
; S'4 althoojh tbo crcivw of fce ta!nj
. . 1L .' .. 4 La M. W Ot ! .mf 1
. " . ....i nt; I nil imuFii wi niT"ere the anltee
. Jw rtl"f'"''Hl . "... -n" " I ; . .
on board of iho cargo wal dot turh m parti
of its first cost as was liable to a iluty, yot
th act of cutting the tee was t species of,
convert the raw material into, a merchan
table, article, cave it"a dlitiubiea-a!ue4
who was armed at all
uretgn mitnufacture, but a
domestic one, hmnmuch as it had been
cut by the America indutlry nf las o;n
crew. This settled the question, and the
ice Was admitted wilhmif pjmi! : any dutv
Now, taking this aa a precedeoti let ()!
giiK)ge the lolloWuig cuse. It is: w'll
known that it is a very common practice
C r mechantCTand mittittfitetttrer,- Mt'
rious kindskto go to the Southern States,
andto tlie u rst Indies during tho winter
season, in pursuit of more pruliiublo om-
loyinent thnn they Can at hoirte. Now,
wipKHio Homo of our working men, at the
NorthTtasteTiil of goiB trTho Soufhra?
some of their f lUw craftsmen do, should
take it mto their heads to go to England,
and tlierteniploy their American indtiMrj
in niiniiiij ciul voold they not 1 just
as mueii entitled to have the coal due ui
by thoth admitted into the country free of
duty, ai the ice lucrcbant wui to Lave his
jFrm the t.ynchbvr Jfirgintnn.
Oalltry of iorrui'.RicU.,rd IK-Wide
Esq. a meuibor rj" Congress from Georgia.
has iurtg been, known to" 'the literary pub.
Ik as u pool ot'i.u ordinary 'pretensitiiis, as
Well as an oiatvr of cominajidilig powers
of eloquence. In oneol bis sqicechca, du
ring tho last session of Congress, hecxhib-
rtwHfhffW!UtH ft nflf ttitctleciatr aiSSto"
mini ard liinpir, by skatehing briefly,' yet
wrtopiwtistvcly and gToptiically, Itw.prO'
inim-nt characteristics of sotno of pur lead'
"I had - Iho honor (says bo) to be a
membi r of thu 1 4th Cf.tiSTCss. It wan nn
honur then V what it is noirjJ sha.lt tMy
It n Vjit the a jd JTongrcss have bn
tlesstd to make it- , I Iiava neither iimu,
uof ' si rtmfcf 1C ! hW obi IrtyJ' to fpr-akc'or the
legislators of that day as they deserve ; nor
is this the fit occasion. Vet the coldest or
most cnn'js nature cannot recur to-sneh
associates, without some tweb ot generous
feelings, which, in quicker spirits would
kiudic into high and almost, holy enthusi
r. V rtdetnen proceei s io speaa or wv'juirM , ..jt:, A .rfM...
i-ciu ciiimvm tf' ivuua.
Ill llln 9UIJUiw:u. biuuii. mm ouiiuu X
sagef.: -Aim at 9, - -
William LowxoEX,ortf. carottHd.
tlian Iwmblyff rttminentmwns; them
wus a gentleman mm Vouthl nrolraa, now
no more t tlie parent, the""'calmert,' the
mwt philosophical of our country's modern
statesmen, line no less remarhawe lr
!)rip?3rfjnmn8e "aMairwd as Senator lrom .MossachuscU.
hcart.'thnn for that psssMile, unctdcdQugi, tiH. ,mt ;n M nig rii
iniei.uci, which reiMiuma nun uui'i"; m
merely ataiidjn bv, and hiUiagiVwu-arr.
rue fir him. Tlie true patriot, ineat)able fi
all seltbih ambition, who shunned olhVeind
distinction, Vet served hi country faithful
ly, because ho loved hnr. lie, 1 mean
who consecrated by tin example, tho toble
precept, so entirely his own, that tln fipit
ktatioa iu the reouldic was neither to be
sought for, nor declined a teutiment so
just .ftnd Ml happily e'apreasedi that it con
tinues to oe repeated, Docaudc u cunuoi ue
imprerbd.' '' I: ' -1
yitLU rncsscT. oj Jiaryiaaa -"There
was also, a geutlonun from Ma
ryland, whoe ash' now slumber in vsir
etjpetry. It rs not long iince I slood by
his tomh, and recrled him,AJTia wis then
in all the pride and power of his genius.
Among the first ol his conntryincnana
contemporaries, a a jurist, and statesman,
ttrst as an orator, lie was, if not truly elo-
tent, the prince of rhetoricians. Nor
d Ihe soundness of his logic stifK'r any
thing by acompitrtson with 1the -richness
and craissH tT purity or tn language 'in
which he copiously poured f urth those fig-
arettvetllwMratiotHKtf hie argument, which
enforced while they adorned it. Cut lei
nthrrs pronounce his etihgf . i rnrnl not.
I feci as if bis mighty . spirit stUl Iiauntod
the scene of in triumphs, and when 1 da
red to wrong them, indignantly rebuked
44 These names hate become historical
There were others of whom it is more dif
ficult to sneak.' because yet ot Within the
waormrl to the politician, u wouio
be orudent. Derhans wise, to atoij all men
lion of these men. Their act, their word
rtirirtbgho;tlM5tffery toiilirveiHrh'huaior, as ihe young falcon 99 sooq as
come suisecis nt conireverty.
whose ambitioo it of a higher Of Mower
order, bat no need of such reserve Tal
ent is Of no fortTeloJJJfj fel
Jonrt Rt Toot fa, of Roanoke.
M i nwtA tkm hut tuif nf Ihitm. in the
(harfid and nditary tuWim'ry cf goaius,
stood a gentleman lro irginia nnn
it trt-ra suDerflnons to deiiffnste. Whose
speeches were universally read?' Whose
Kit ire was universally, fare J t Coon
whiwe accents did lhi habitually, lisik iJ
and ttnlimeiu.il House hahgsjo fmquently
wilh wrnrtt attention I whoj fa me was
ideutidcd wtj'ttuji borfjr tut P"
NVhn wasj more, dexterous deba
ttjr I a, riper scholar f ..butter versed' In the
read ro th history of oilier I Abova all,
who was morn tltoronj-lilv luihued with the
pletcl v m-lster ol its sticth. and bwiutVj
in thMi3;hlsof flanw. words, of uiagiC
ani tones f silver !" k
Joiin C. Caluoi x. of Smith CarulinA.
""JO1 -w ? .ajso a sinijQt SuuthXJamli.
iiiif stiil iu the republic thou uinlotibte lly
tlioiiiost indiientinl 'member of this House.
With a genius eminently metaphysical, he
applied to politirs his' jfabits or analysis,
atntratttm) -an'1 coiKleniiiittiirr,-anfi tuns
gavo to the problems of Goyernmeut some
thing of that grumk ur which the higher
luutLiimaties have borrowed from astrono
my. The win1 of his mind were rapid,.
iHit capniooM, anujhere were timi,i When
Ihflllghf whicit .uhed froVn Ihom as they
passel, glanced like a mirroi1 in the sun.
only to l.'iz!o (ho beh;ldur. Euerosaed
with his Hubjectf-carelcaj, of hi wordar
his loAfest llilits of eloquence were some
times followed by colloquiul or provincial
barbarisms, but, thouub olien incorrect,
ho was always iasciuatinft.-.: 'Lansnaiao
with him, was merely thl acairoldiitjf of
Hbtmpwyed to mi aaacte;0iTr
like Augclo s, no susjicnded in the heav
Iltxiv Cts'r, tfKenfvci'v,
" It is equally imposible to forget or to
omit, a genlleinan troiu Kentucky, whom
parly has since mad the Iruftful topic of
uiuoL-asuruu punt-gyrio auil oeirttetiou. vn
sunguino IcmmTauii'iit, and ioipctnoos
cd, Ins retorts acrununious. Deficient in
refincjncnt. ..jru.lher.lban. in sircrigth, ...bis
ctylo.was Jess elegant ami correct than ait
imatcd and impressive. tut il eept away
your teeiiugt with it like a mMiniai4 tuf
rem, ana me wrcc oi me stream lull youJ
nltle leisure to remark upon its ck-arneas.
Hts taxirrrate of liuniltr nature was, proba-
1 bly, not very high. It may Be tluit Jin.
.past ...jaasowaijiona, .bid .uaA .;4Qi?duU
it. Unhappily, it in.iierhaiw, more likely
to liave been lowered than raised by bis
Hisequnt etpenence.. Yet then, ami
even sincis, escoiit when that tmntad'nce,
so luuurui io genius, prevauea over Dis
better judgment, he had, generally the
good sense, or good laste, to adopt a lofty
InnA nf fint
Tiany -Dccssiftiw newas nle4UKl.aB.
4ivanng.;yii can never Jurgeuu was
. 4-t..V.ft ... .. ) W
the fine burst of indignant eloquence with
wulch ba pliedjlG ;.h; taunting qiicsUow,
what have w? gained byabeMii;.
i70A waJ I Pss orer m suenc) Ae-
trescntative.froin New Hampshire., who
I j,lH j01ont obUteratod. all memory of that
t auhillon- Wli4H)erirr-i-tii!-ti!ni
Ms ami hardly eunscious Ktrlia,- of his
owe xiraordmary power j;-hegae Jrmn-
wm ihe-gTewMi tienas tinea acnietM.
Tho saino vigor of thought ; filename ex
pression J tho short Sentence $ Iho eahn
cold, colluded, manner; the air of aobnin
diirmtv ; and deep sepulchral ummtmsMou
ed voice ; all hate been deteloiied only not
changed, even to tho jntoitso .bitterness nf
ins ingm jrouy. - i lie piorcmg coiuii'Me
of his sarcasms was Indocd peculiar to bun
Ihcy . seemed (o bu eniatuUiona .Irom the
spint of the icy ocean... jtothing! ould
bo at onco so iiiel and so powerful-
was fmren mercury bccdtdid 'as caiulic
at red hot iron.
1 ' " raowTna H. T. TltE.
The Cir lamed rangers and hunters of
this State, have ever been celebrated tor
their partiality fr Tierillle, and for -ihe
exquiiite skill they display in its use, both
in tho forest and in the field. We say
rfc,for it is a fact well known, that tlie
hot gurr or rownng pice: it rarely Mud,
they conceiving tliem cutirely boneath the
diznitn of a genuine backwoodstunn. Tlie
scmingty rniratulous Hats recorded of their
shouting pint cups of whiskey from a man i
head, at aaliKrediblo" disUhce,' of theii
"barking squirrels," Ac. will not perban
excite so much turprise, when we read of
fhillrrn, nf the teniler aganT
vcurs, th&olitir heart, even before at roe
enough to support a' r to. The enterpria
ing and fearless settler of the frontier ta
rear tjhejr,childreo, thai lhair wary--wpertr
led fliora into danger, and they learn 4lie
artifices Lithe cbtsa p early, that their
knowledge it ajmast aia instinct. - Tha no
inenf a can carryjt hfleJie.bAtCQBjc
ke can prune hit wing, dart upoa bis
prey f -...v . a .i. M.t.is-i:-.4w
In reading Judge 1111' Lt ano er
TiiK WErf."iti eul5rtaiuin.a:k.Jaiely
puUudted 4a Philadelphia,) we lull .poa
the subjoined anecdote ol two tportstnen
in embrvo. which w marked with our
pencil, thinking it would I muse many of
our render S the occurrence '' it .taid to
have taken place in 1759, at the pariod nf
the attack on Fort Cumberland and Do
Quesne, in the olj colonial war, between
the French and English.
M At the instant Corden suddenly halt
ed. and t!ir-tod ihe eve of hi compHiiioo
19 iwifr bt;ct Vcfow fa Jbij li
just jwWd t solitary cabin, snrrotmdml bv
icw.avri oj eiutivatca land, wlieru no
reuido, beyond the reach of the piiitTDf iw
w. ueyond this clearui?, their
ffid nironuiMt sun oi mawmv-irrHwd
eredwith high aiHl'MihcTTlmlikalh.
attention ot the othcera was drawn to two
boys, the children of the backwoodsman,
whom but they had just pnssedj, of
whom was abiHit irhh and the otHor ter
years of 'a'boiyreatiiijpSrWgn'
the woods with cautious steps, bearing a
couple of inuvkets, the Bi'TM td which
were borne by a larger boy,, whua the
mirtaels rested on tlie shoulders of the
smaller Thcr stoppud hyTt targe" Tog. at
ho edge of the swamp, and peeped eairer-
over it, and the. oinoers then beheld a
fftiv iuiri.it fVitifv tliA Ion- m InrirA fwik r annnr.
r.... .... T".
ently nskep, imlicddcd in tho mud. The
iK'js having ascertained that tho animal
remained where they had discovered him
a (ew minutes before, placed one oftho
gnnsover tho log. and the oldest lad, alter
taking .dehbcrate,4um, tired The. bear
mortally wounded sprang in his Iwd and
uttered a howl of agony. The younger
boy ran towards the bouse, whit the other
ctiuiliod -nimbly p t small tree. 1 lore he
sot in security j watclung" with deirghflhe
ntr2TKrTJ22W6T ms Victiirt, until tlie
latter stink eihnutcd in the mire w hen
tick, 1 re saved 'im 1' Again they took
their post by ihe log, gtizing at tlif ir grim
adversary, who by an occasional twitching
of the muscles showed that life w$ not CD
ttrely gnne. , -
I encss her tori d 'live vet, said one
oi ie iiy". , , . . -
Ixt s give him another, rejoined tbo
oilier. ...,, ...l,.. . ;
Accordingly the other wo was pointed
over the log, and discharged! The" tafrer
poy ihun advanced with a long stick, witu
which he f it hi adversary nt a distance ;
and .tavfaw-thu fttiifwdJtfBj last
anproafhd tlielRlv, ufid.m'uted hiuiself
na it in iriutinh. He then h mted fir his
. ..J. .......... 4. . .. .-v..f..f ......... . .
tn,Wt; i', "wuift aerw Uuii- wbere ara ydtii
wht', you re no 'count, to 1m ntisid o . a
dead bear. I've useJ him up, the right
wayr Ho Cold al a jvivjiui lire.l ,
Tna6aiolis now camo' fur war! to
tpenk to tbe heroic children, and learned
that they had discovered the beat while at
pluy,and ran to tho house but finding
bath then parents abicnt and knowing
that iheir pafeut's trbba werfl alW'ay a !mu'
ed, they fat derttrined I to .,eIPrc cT.
-iJ&t lirJMnlbuyTift In travels in the ia
terior of North America, 'relates the ,,fob.
lowing stngnlar adventure of a man turned
Colter eanie to St. bonis in Mar, 19
11V la AluunTcaiwe, fronTIhTiad waier
fthe Missouri a distance of 3000 mile
which' bo traversed in 30 days. 1 saw'
him en hi arrivnl, and received from htm
an'aticount hi adveofuees.'BRer fle'had
spetatnd-frrlm 'Lewisind .CMrli7a party ;'
one of lliose, fir it singularity, I shall re
later Onlhe arrivrtl the jrtyBrtTia
head watertof the MissiHiri, (Jtilti r obser
ving an oppearancenfabundunce of beaver
being there, got permission to remain and
hunt for toino time, which ha did in com
pany with a man of (lie nainoni Ih'xon who
had traversoI the immrnso Irnct of coun
try from 3u Louis to Urn bead waters ot
the Jdiwuri alone.-. &mjm after, Lo !-
rated from Dixon. and Irai'jxi.iafflinpauy
with aliunter named I'olU; and, aware of
the hostility of Ihe Black feet Indians, one
ot whom had been killea by Iets, they
set their tmnt nt night and took then up
early in the momiug, remaining concealed,
duting the day. They were ciamining
their traps early one morning, in a creek
about six mile from that branch of the
Missouri called Jefferson' Fork, and were
ascending hi. canoe, . when tbey
beard something rosQmbliog the tram
pting of animalrrbat-lhey could not u
certain the fuel, ai tha high prependiiiutar
bank en .each idep(lh0.jierJmpcdcd
their vie w7 Ci-lier immedialcjy primun
rd it in be occakioned bv Indian, and ad
vised aii usstaiif retreai, but was accusnd of
cowardice by Potts, who insisted that tbe
noise wai caused by buhatncs, and tbey pro-
In afow minutes afterwards, tlieir doubt
were removed, by a- party of Indians, ma
king their appearance on both sides of the
creelr,1tthemotIflt bf flvYor sl hunJrod,
who beckoned them to eome ashore.,:; A
retreat was now impossible, Coitor turned
the hsad nf the cam, and at tbe moment
of it tiHtfhiug. an. Inilian teiaAl tha rilU
belonging to Potts ; but Colior, who u a
remarkably strong man, immediately re
took it.auu hauoVd a to 1 otls, who remain
ed in the canoe, and nn receiving it, pushed
off ilka the rircu, JU had -scaxcaly mulfibuUwr
led the-ahare, when sa arrow was snot at
him, and he cried out, "Colter, I am warn
id 1 1 Colter remonstrated with him
oa tlie folly of attempting to escape, ami
urged to come ashore. Jssfcad nf com
id) ing, he instantly veiled hi rifle at the
Indian, and bot bun dead on Die spot
Tbi eonduct, situated a he waa, may ap
pear to hate bees an act of maJnftas, but
it was doubtless the elleet of tucblen, but
found reasoning ; for, if tuUfl alive, he
' tutkt tyre e.tpectod lj 1$ tortured to if&b
according to their customv IF wns in.
instantly pioreetl with arrows so.nttjnejWU.
runt, to ui t. otter s woMs, Me tea made
a ruuue of. " 'l hey now seized Colter,
6iwUr40iiWimr he -should be potto
They were first Inclned to act him up
as a mark to shoot it, but the chn f inlcrte-
rc'l, and sciaed him by the shoulder, aske J
him iflwcouitl'not run fastf.JJhtjjwhft
had liecn some time amongst tho Keekatso
or Crow Indians, had in a considerable de
gree acquired the Blnckfoot language, and
was also weH aitnititnd wilk liKlmtr Fits
tom he know thnTheTiad npw ta run for
his life, with the dremlfid ndds td fivo or
sis hundredsagaiiist hnn, and those arm
ed Indians he therefore cunningly ' repli
ed that ho wns a very bad runner, although
he was considered by the hunters as rem
arkably swilV The ehjef n,wrwmmnnd'
cd the party to remain stationary, and he
led Colter out on tho prairie three or four
hundred yards, and released him, bidding
him saw himself ijf he msM.At this W,
slant the horrid war-whoop sounded in tlie
ears of poor Colter, who, urged with the
hope of preserving lifn, , ranjvith. a jeed
at which himself wiis "uriirised. Ue pro
cocded towards the Je(liirsi Fork, having
lo traverse a plain ait miiea in " breadth
abounding w ith prickly pear, on which ha
feet. He ran nearly half way across the
plain before he ventured to ot(k orer his
shoulder, w hen hu perceived that tha-Jn-diaus
were very nmuh scatteriid... aiul that
he gained ground to a cisislderulibrdistai ice
from,the main body ; but.ono Iiianj Wo
carried dViwdrwas niuctJ)eorelill ihe
rest, and not more than ninety or one htm
drcd yards rroui. liu.. A tfainJ . g kaui of (N)fjrtot,ar,cat thai Ihe wri
hope now cheered the heart of Co er, ho Cf tM fu intim m nl. tW
uonveu wwRnvtiiuia t V the worln io pay particular attention -to '
cape was withm the bouiid. ofibil.lyi mOTOr objects!' -
but that confidence f"JWm mnfThewerk j?-
forJiaerled Jatnwlf tl--degreer jrfic w0 Ke the OhioMI a- j
that the blool fiushed from . 1. nostrils, JeicrpUo(i, lhi followina !
rtrr-Tv- Captaiuand on. &pM first ..-.:.
Ilo bud & '."' f cerUt etching tho course of the B"-i'
lih, sheihMed ftMM
diiiii. iuruik-div m iiddenneu ofthww-l.
of Colter, alio attempted wstop tiut, ex,
bansted with runmnir, he full whilst endcav
T Z ZvTJZTnaZ, ioHtsu. v
. . m .n in biiim in. anmr . . ' n .1 1 im
... . - i 1 1
lie pinncirmm 10 laoean...
1 1 ' ai ; l a.J a1. ...
.Tbei'iteuinst' nf tlie la
dra arriving at the place, .topped p
oihors, csmo.up to .M.thnmf::wtoii;.they
a- ; 1 l. r. t.-. i .v .t.i...,. .1. ! ta
pT UI' IIIUVVU J"!!', w.i .wa . v. 1
tatntms ana exnansteo, wicceeuou in gam-1
.......... -.1 1: .v .."-1 ; n
he ran awl pTuiiiniTTnto tlie rTver,
- - Fortunately, for tim, a itl belpw this
place wa'an Maud, agaiust the njr part
of which, a roA of drift timber had lodged,
lie dived under ihe rait, and alter several
efforts, got his head ntxive wuter amnngsi
the trunk of tha trees, covered over with
mailer wood to tho drpth of several feet.
Scarcely had h-secured hiinselC, when Ihe
aiidyelliug,a4CnJrxnresd il -u
to jtwsj oVpi.'' They wer frequeulj
mt'the rail during tbe d iv, and were seen
thiough tho chiidta bv Cultcrr wlja wrs
congratulating hiam-lfon his escape, until
the idea arose, that they might ent the raft
on fire. In horribU tyn he remained
unlit night when hearing i more or the
Indians, be dived under the raft, aid awara
silenUy down the river to considerable d
lance, whera lie Unaeu aoa iraveiieq. an
night. ' Althongh happy io haying wcaped
from the indialu,'-titr tiTfBmryra atHl
dreadful i htias completely jiakuJ.jino7
a burning sun j Ihe solo f his fuel were
entirely tilled wilh the thorn of the prick-1
L"r .-77r ? that the river wu rising rapidly, and tk
his pursuer. . Again. be i turpeaUiscad, rofral(fthe earwnUftcrtasJng'. r ZZ'ZZ
alio sawvuie savaga no weuiyarasimm M J.iiLn a mlhly7 oTrai, ; -: ;
him. Pctermuwd f possible. tavoid the m ikoVe- tmJ m the mou. L .
mrifonto$rW. fcuink hattf all tiuled ui hurryi V "
y pear he wa hungry, ami ua no ro"anTb(l .con(j bank or the river
killing jranw, although ha aawr aLun-1 . . flinppe,rtd, and wherever the hiRa
ance around him ; and wa at least ) r(M fml tlm thorn tha' watora nillod
a joaroey f"ij h B'gl,.,-, ,htt ..riii.aweeiHng along with Iheia
horn branch of the Roches Jauns river
Tliesewere circuinstanei;, under which,
aimisn any.m:uj,uHv'o"w-MMi',ryi longer a place
til a a .It. .kAH..ihJ kl iks I t I . .
would havt despaired. '41U arrived at the
roll, tn actcn qxyf 1 .inrmj w-. .
root much esteemed OV Ihr. Indians nf tbe
Missouri, now known by naturalist ti
A true antelott. Not long tince, w van-
kae pedlar eah a baA M. td,'iuisi.
hilst drivuigslnwly along tiirpiigu Je-
wmwd byboy whn-s-ene tViwe by
tiaa way and ever and an-in t ried out
it ' r.. t.t... TkA Itar il.f.nah
uw waa ajuctaiauuuv.
iwsva 7 r-
boi ing with rage kept tileut till bo got m
rectly oppokite the uo, wnen wj mti't
nut at Ihe top of his lungv " Hmt.w for a
Jack-As "Tliats right rjomol tna ooy,
ou humrjour cu.U4ato eaid LwiU
, mm . ' . r
, ThWisthnVtbs .s-pwibWtWwnovrf rVfi nugbt Uke m n ir y
ji,fi?uedUow ttlel cv VorkjVUmvroly fttawcjrUttd;.
Paulding one'of bur fnvnrjto .' A'mdfii Ba
writers. 7 Although tt g Wen'of very re
fined genius, brilliant funey, of siirprism
invenbvfc powers, he is a plea Jing, na.
lrat,"Indaliirniorus one wfiosa
interest, but seldom we confess with or 'hg N
adinirulion. ' He is excellent in i ahortrto. t
ry. His more labored prpdubtinna' rt
rnther tedious Appear to havf) Veen wit
ten on the book making prlnciplesand di-
less regard to immortality than.we c(tiSrdi
ar indwpeusabhi tQ.alonjr lrvVdrpe s
CrmncerTTho wlMtchmana PirVitide .
Paulding's last production, wal i well to
ough was pulled tUrdugh two "of thr r
editions but honestly t waa ho greul if.
fair, and it already almost forgotten.- f-,
u Westward, Ho we, hate ireasoj to a ;
lieve, is a work of more power, genius aitl
churneter.1 But it ha boon wftttea brgreitt
hasten-rather fur the bwdtseller-thdir h '
reader and eannot, tborefore har mc1
pretension to deep thoughW'p6wrfui enn
will no' dnnbt serva as a 'rilaxfliion from
politics and some scerfct Ind paasogea iu
rt will deserve, atrong praise and iestcif
deep rmre6A New Ybrli "editer who " '
has rend the whole Work? with ubafliVld '2
Dleattw"AHlwribe Weatward, ilo f
at truly and emphatically a national tale.
Thet-irr-atr -of freslKiest)d -eri--'-
ginality diflused ovto tle whidp work J tba
characters anr marked with diettnet.fei'
rures sif individiinlity "the ttyla isjia-it4 ";'"" .;
and vigorous' 'arid ' if'tkWrf'W-UXAiif-;- '
sain out nor delayed by Imiglutl, dimisivf . -
or advance iha actioh. Here and there we rv
Axitkmi Ait ahl1 tastiMsaA f It nail A Sknil a tsftlrv.
(lf , m IU(1,m the former pbsiirvea
utz.J- .:.;.- Jl;.:.ziZ
W SWI l" puvihy 1 - - XJ
iar u a dl
high once afore, and that wis w .
0n UnsohV Broard Horn w tarnnd
clean over the tops of the" Puttonwoo s, '
rn. n- - ; f, , - hmi.
"' f t ' "'! aai--t'V visa-"-- ' "
tain, ia what year wai that, Zcplii r. ;
. , 'V , t .1 v.. l"..J
. . . ' V . .: K .l..' v..
Yankee pedlar : that rvcf tepicd
here and ihe other aide of the yartfc ever
treed Sam Iliigg. lt't Iwever said
it, Ilut did you in gsHi taniesr tee w
vine Uoodyear'a boose .', flling dowtt
treain, with the family fn ltf' ' '" j
If I didin Captam Jlugg, mtj I M
rowcfloppoii niter., T ....j
baT,s rea the 0,a .,inoer;
1 oa re say 00 prju . ..: ,
mi Yt, that he did. ! heard him ano-
m puw I lay me down t i sleep,' as ba
went past tlie enve where I tiod my hat te
the top of a hi J troo, a ffliundrpd. fcejt
bigH. . -'v , I f " !
- H .1 communed torether till lh
,,, cf ihe morning arieared in the
rt4 iwj (he cra,u8j opening of the sceax
jj ,i,e uwv,ng ttrcam-joliing -down
. jtin daiA, and it dark brawn suS
fftre townt wilh the tpoits of the earth,
piili 1 tree on Uid bottomt, la thelfi
w artgw-f 1h?sresf,-
. ;jwaT ouirenng in the walt-na
. . , jMohaa-
e ,mng jU n.rCiC. The pio
,urt , .Wugn was renewed l hr
r7j the tceno wa npnlitary aa thtt
wnt;h WorM . exhibited when all iwtr
remained of its liting myriad waa shelief
ed inNoah'sark fbatiig about t.tb er
ey of a lhorcUiSt ocenn thai 'round Ui"
j ked heaven that kit natn
was uotJuWiuau Ui. a.pua
hew, hrttef known', Iry tha hlcknanie of
Snutr than any olhr, would have died te
ke tl.lu to ioiu m the urayer.luid ho heanj
V , a... 1 .1' ... w.vKa aikH.
me iimowma uiuivS, .
"niu.s.- .. -
the liew -itiful Luida, p nn .. 'h"
uinn ui imr iu-n vi urn iu.. t-
lWy which miht create a soul a-
lliri HID OW "I wm , J.nm