' ..." . - ....
.; : , . .
J7. the UxlUdJeeMe Va.j Rrrorlir.
IX. McDL'FFli AND A UEtMWIA
"I'LANTER Afi UXSf THE WOULD.
TA Forta Bdt IWf" Eiamwd.
tlLm i Piaiaers i--Could the ridicule
' fcf lb world have Iways triumphed other!
4 ruth. w should at this duy b ignorant et
the uUimost' truths of philosophy ; de.
' prised of toe' 'most usefof ihvcniuHu wfast ;
and ivbWof the consolations of even our
tiered rligiUolC lwli"putaW as is!
this remark, the world is just as closely
Veddod to old opinion, and just ready,
to denounce, reject ami ridicule novelties,!
hs it has ver beeli. Hence it is, that the
tie ; but if I cui J bnug utabpl wbwiij
your cotton would purchase, int j lhis6un-
try, and other merchants could, do the.
Mine, (that in if the tarilTweco abolished)
ihefirsUaml only effect, for cry :hort
time, would be, that good wuld fall fr j
ty per cent. -That would Wp you firm
en rry much. Cut the next eifbel would
bo, thai tfwnejnaaulacturerii who arenow,
sending their goods here lo compete with
British good, and all the inercUftnU who
are trading on their goodsi would be run.
ning here, a they used to be, to buy your
cotton to purchase good with Jn Kuglaud.
The demand for cation and British -jood
oukl be both wonderfully mcrerwed.
rise, and w would cot-
. 77 ?.,. iil wouiu- oc omii wwi
.V''dcut proluor Mr. cuuu . .
adttHdby eMrymaa wnosee. ; 'M,., it lake, but a small part of
is Tms bs uuk ywr crop to Ripply jour farm, you mid
'from abroad, era p
Titers ol tfeMt foww, "'7,.r- ,1 vour 'tv, crop for two or three cent
" f I ..... '
-relilly a. the a
9. '77 " JL-I ""-T-l 4" I tides vou cousnme woO
emileTnarotaiswrtbat aotmeor du-f Vr"i: JTTTTT'
.w! .u ,Kul bright Eto tUclnper. than Inhere
country, is jiiS the fame as an export ilu"
ty to th laiM imount, u
tven Pf those foods, T
, supposes cotton to be the
miffcHw-mrrv tty-go-idnand "Vt 'ff'rrrt
U U EAIMjri UU I . ... x t .1' I .
urvn thir articles ,he re0 sates m i-ngiand, iiwjy mtgiu
article raised in (H8 m,hl ;'" ' J'' "
t!ic continiia'ivf a firm' snil intf1?inf
JudifiHry? .Gentlemen, the Judiciary is
the appgintme'it Of the1 exctriife piwer
It cannot ctinue or renew if'wlf; Its
vacancies' are to b filled- in the ordinary
rtod.es of ExpcutiyV apfioinltnianL;... ILlhfl
time sliatl ever coine which Iloaveg av
eft t-when nvtn be placed in the sti
preiiie tribumlof the co.ttl ry, who enter
tain opinions hostile to the jiW twwers of
the Constitution, we shall Jfoti be sited
by air evil defying all remedy. 7 Our eoj
will tie "part "surj.'ery." from that nvi-inr-nf,
tlie &nirtitiiUim is ut fth end. , If
they, who are appointed todtTcnid the eas
tie, -shall lKtray it, woe betide thfw with
in t Ii I lis to see that Avctnne,l
hIkiII dennir of the country I'shuH )e
prepared, to give it back to all its Ctriucr
Wnich a child, and see how unceasing is (
the motion requisite to keep hinj in a
itate orcomlort confine him tir a moment
and he is uncomfortable, and unhappy.-" la
the early davs.of his inlkncy, uuablo to
movn himsell sulBcientTy, the riurae keeps
him io constant motion; having acquired
ttrength, he swings t about jus arms, kirlu
with his little legs erawlsj-jaod, throws
binwelf into every Kiblei Conloriioiji;
Tlie boy runs, leap, and iecpa tiimsclf in
one inceiant lurmnU - It ta not rctjuiwte
to eirplaio these facts 1- atate why this
mofioo needed I snfiV6 it, that it is o
ded, ,; ut t!e action of the child u never
spoiitaaoou.4ly a - continued yuti&Bttri
sort.. Tut hint to turn' a wheel, and you
wiu lu's health and stop his ' growth." . Is
there a bosom so indurated by avarice as
.tiL-imUfif e;tliion are witherins andl
. 7.".'"Z i ' I which more co(t(Hi. Hiitnr nn r '' r'J
p..g-w,,.. , V,., -r ..... I . ...;.. ' ? " "Itltr if,
bcLvocn one oirj lij .ceqti per aoi
which inoro uutiou. Blt'rir ami ...l
.r.A f unnjstmn unit thoM that rem a I than on land in Louisiana ...tt:. ' .
are oi wtci'iuiw " .-.-, vin, pernrii
1 .1 rr:i I .,n;i;.,..i .-i- .... 1 r
hnrdlv havinw strenirth sufficient to austaut I additional advantage. ndoi .a '
their faimshed belies. . ' .v I irthortance, is - tbo Wrior .?'!l0,!
afflictions ta ihfl h$1L MJ&dtt&femA
tKHi. I. know no security, gentlemen, ;ag- monotony, ainl toil, 10 tupa a nature, with,
ainst. tlie p-mibility of this evil, but an 4 out pity suit indignation f For the honor
wakMied liuWic vigitaire. know - no. oThumanityjjveJjopejhere is jboJ, 32.
afty,but iif "that state of piiMie opinion - In defence of a lir!iMM.V
wnicn snift teau n xo renuae ana piiraowa icaiurus, man iue siave iraue, 11 is anegea
T wnnl.l Via riiffimtt tn oresent to the I the climate over all rmr
reader an adequate idea of the horrid con This is not merely Kpr.cuIatiVe but 1' C
ditiooih which the inhabitants were pla rs fullTcrified not only hy many inr a
ced when Capt. Ridef snilcd.- At every mon of distinction, am f wh0l lKlS
port at wliicli ho stopped, the utmost mis- gone' from among u but ly the cx
cry. eUM among ail clatMe'sf It was no of thousands from tho northern tinT'1
iiiiAiimufin thmir to see women aifd chil- stateswhose remdonrn it,... m,liJI
dren eaflierimr from tho streets, old baiKwtyoars lins fullyietrtiiu .'' , "'ral
that had been thrown away, and eagorly the mafig'nnnt state of fevurs 'and' 11
devouring them, ry-'yrr:....-.. diwases so fitaj in the south.
. The inhabitants of the Isle of May, and The eVr" green meadows ;!. iu .
t r. . .1 i.l.f :ii... 1 : . ---..n iinnM.
Itfonaviua, nave 111a aavamngfj 01 ine ru.ii 01 whu biki lame norans, cattle an-l w.
I mihtj wUthfuh. ariiga re jtotnaDfi nyumm t mx )imtf hn inn, ...... r. ':jnr
' ' ' 7 ' ,.,... ... .a,'i.)iuiBnii)to k,i
from vessels 1 that stop there, part tcularl) Ihu.Talo ami every species of tm
io whatmirand geatmir vessels, uui mo icover me tractlcss Dra ri r.r... "'"'
. . . . . . . ..1 . . .1 vi mar 1
every attempt, eitheif to gratify party by
Judicial appointments( or to dilute, the con
stitution by creating a omit which shall
provisions- if Montbers
att mitu v""ia j-i-'v 1 -j
.1. a nr 1 i . ai rwmip mwRV tr
LTK iurn his Congress betray their trust, the People
Ji- im.rldaf Loan th Voods. NOW. P"" "1
Tjiis, if I understand it, is MeDuflie's
k w ninfMioa tarn Hunters about
. . .. i.k ., fl-ntf bale tneory,"iUi4l t torth
SO SOT WW r-J""5 v'"."" .U ii Lib ll,n. .rUn. .Iter n.v. M
i buodred bales eacn, to exchange furl. 'V ' .,....,.....,-...,-.
l n.r. .. ' i.Vl:'i . I iiiir the government fortv rer cent., trtcks
F . wre iney sau uom vnanesion, . ., ; C
s I - .1
the government oemanus or one o. ,uem, amJ bU fiu -k m, tl,roW)
isa . m. nrmn I he amount of his crou J I . . . 1 . .. . .
::HTi;: i . , ,e upj'n tcwumer, is an stun.
.v r . .in I think I uliull orove lo von. that as a
gem;ral rule, this is unpowible, ami lhat
.7Vindrod to the aiwif-eTrwhais
the hum thing, sells lorty, and bands the
xnoney over to tlm gowrnment. They
now sail f EneWnd, ha with sixty, and
-fctsMrigbbur witli a hundred. Tiwy in
vest their cotton in goods ; and on their re
turn, the government takes from his neigh
.r firty balci worth of his goods." lie
lks whether they will not both be left
vitV breciscly the sanie amount ol gooils,
10 wit. toe worm or sixty oaics : ana wne
few men. would ever sell avard of British
goods in this couittrv, if thut were tho case
A GEo'uoiA I'lAn rr.it. .
The Iniquity of the American Suitcm.
The following transaction lately Look place
iu this citv. ami wilt serve to anew the
V'urkings of tlw Aiwurican Systom.
wAiorchahf fmfwHed Flrhair invoice "of
iir thev will not both have lost Cirtv I boon iron, which cota as follows :
lli of theie rot llavioxthof plawd ft tiffls", irClff 'Hi rrTon","X5!t 1 6s..
it Uvond disrate, that if the planters car-1 equal at par to, 8237 7
' . ' . . ". I ... ........ tl.i-. .
he4 lUeir own crop to ma rnei, every one I wiipointf cnarges in cngianu Jtuis,
Pchnnge, 0 per centum,.
Bond and- permit,
td them would lose lorty bales m the nun
sired, ' he next supposes the i merchnnt
to take their crops to England for the
fame rsirpose. The only dilB-rence,
Itiae K'rln'a(ninl' nsTrcluTiif v;re'
"Xnembers that he hai to givw forty bales
. to the aroverament, and therefire will only
-pre the planter the price of sixty for his l Making tlo cost, free of duty
buitared that ts, h oxiucis iroin eacni
ound of the hundwlt as. many cents nst nnaltneMifl o2per .. -
""vaiKf in Enchtnd. , lie admits there 1st pound, the actual rate, was ?39, whwh
ifcfth'ifig aaid about tliis in (hp trade, either! would have made $675 40, or 1133 08
4v Armas or nae reliant ; aerliaps neilher I per ton ; but. on being lauded, it was Usiwl
;-1 tlw-Ur'rtWt byilie f rjcAi;happeu to W .to-ba-liMDaal utvki te iifty eewiwmv
iujt wjial it is t. but the natural cmrse and or about.one half Us value. In consider
.'noorfltifltt-of. trade brintra it to.thi.w'Cli9 . atiojwof thii dwat, the ci'stom h-nise
.... -:igcta)l atatt of thingt betweeu them, if midc an aUWinent of precisely ont third
rxikna out, wuld run this i I 't me auues j ana rne imponer nna ra pay
Friwrv What witt you rive me Tr(usu5s4 of the full amount, only
tJkso hundred baUwof cotton ?r I . $39133
' Merchant. I will give you eight ceats, - Whtch.s l lodW tho cost, as a
Karmei'.'M jw meon to l
---rth this cotton; 'a(er tm it f MnuV,tis the coat of the invoiee;
5farchatirl mean to take it to Bug- wthTtnchdmgmfrestprofit,; 014,73
IfZl'.. ;.fWl aad buy goods fritli lU".lviff . .l. t :. . Emwl .to tlWW p'r.ton.1.,.'......,..,
r-; - ; r.nne-ll'iw muoh eash can tort get .' These hoops, as was said, having kw
,4Lt" Urn- England f" '"".. 'teiwlK tlees
wiil find it out before they they are ruined
ff the Presiditat should at any time violate
j! hisdutyhis tejrm of. olHco ii short, and
ixiliir elortioiis iniy apply a seasonable
reruedyi But the Judges of the supreme
ourt p!M, f r very ; good reasons, an
imlerteiidnt tenure of n.Tice. No election
reaches them them. If, with this tenure,
y betray their trusts, llivcn save us !
Ll iu C'ipe Pr better results. The oast
certainly, mayencourage us. I jet us hoie
we shall never too tlie Jime when there
shall exist such an awkward posture of our,
aiurrs, as that the Uovernmenf shall be
found in opposition to the Constitution, and
hen the guardtarw of the Uuion shall be
come its betrayers." -
II seins from the fireyeing parair raph.
ihalJJCliatfirtirit& all the confidence
in the Supreme Court, ns the proper and
constitutional quetioiis, admits the possf
hility of that court's luting so const. tued as
capable of brtnpittStltrWlt
?Jow, what is this but an asscrtimi that it
isrft the Supreme Court, 8S an lhrtitution,
winch Mr. Webber so much admires, but
wrraminmvwiw-wo may-sit aonrr-tts
that the poverty of the children make this
labor a rditi ; or in orther words, that,
when roiiuortuno falls Uton the weak and
inaaftfttfrtho way ir a L'hrwtiaii and phi
lauthropidt io felievo them is to seize on
aud enslave them, drive them to a toil,
which, combined with I he other hardships
of .their situaliou, murdert them by. hund
reds : and, for this, generous bcucfaciors !)'
they give them clothes to cover their nu
kedooss, and food to preserve their lives
anJ protect their misery. The argui.icnt
may conviuce them, but docs not sutisfy
us. There must be somctljing wrong
when tilere is such snaring and oppres
sion in a free and civhized couutryv So.
ciely owes tolhie hiduless innocents pro
tection ami subsutence ; and, buatiul - tf
jts auiuence, is welt prepared to dischurge
the debt, if, therefore, charily, which, in
these days, is too prone to wander to wan
der to foreign and idual objects, should be
deaftothogroHnSof (he witferer, and dead
to the eall of Immamty-iKitityf the ordin
ary dutv which all ciyiliiod. cmuieci act
Knowledge to the wretched, should commd
them to rescue the innocent victim from
the whip of his task mauler.
' It Ts,liowevcf, a TiuinHratihg T)iit uri
doubted fact, (hat, to produce a public ben
efit, society imnt beconvineed, not -that it
is its dutv, but its interest, to effect a
ehhn&oir Itis'thrWe'resf fif tho Worth
if the other islands have not this email I rcnoVre it not onty voetlv aMj-J.'?l!,'rJir
The inhabitants have been drpendent so enameilsd Wadowe"onhe Nii -
long Sir subsistence upon the little proper-1 And from tlie accoara hf.u .l 1
ty they had accumulatm!, that they are ever visited and studied th. ?.Bar
exceedingly poor and unable o purchase I and productions of (hat countrv' Hwt.
vessels is distributed gratuitously. A ship ugc ero Tong will not be surrMimted t
from New Bedford touched at Bruvo, and uess or value by that of the Rl.in. nc
left a quantity cd provisions that had been Who would then hesitate to ev ii
voluntariily eent to their relief. I few hundred;.. dollar. r ...Limt-. W---
Several vessels liad been sent to the make them and f : -k.i.i . w '
A fVipnn rnttat fnr nnrnnoi, r nktiiininn I forever T T. bfl ..l. .... ... 'TWtDt
.... . .i. s . . - w uh nuvil WW Wnnlf ' a . i
what coarse rice could be nrocured: one I at tho first settler. ntli.-
of them returnod without beine successlul, whom lor a fow cows and f
bench ; and thnt, if too judge do not j that swells the Tariff to oppression it is,
iip3p lourjnra wun me pwiiycai opinion , the uiterest of ihe South, that urgo Nuili
ftlerchant- -Veryrtittle i indeed' more I values, were sold on account of whom it
- ihaa I offer yoin-f et enough' 4o pay freight I might eonwnr, at- public sale,' and "were
- I, ..I. t. . ..I ... . - . I I
eind insurance, sou psy nn amaii prom i si rue a on at eooimr ''Mnaamgiajtojsi
fiTHiv I rouble ia uking-thflncOTonoTtrihe owner, of 'the nTlTiirence TicTwoenJ
tJuxland. " . that amount nfllOi the cost of impor-
" Fanner Why Aen- don't "yetf lake tation thaf ls, or3 79 per ton-wpmj,
our : niohejf ft Euglund," Itkl r buy' goods withm' i trirtsr to the violt rat cost, tn
litb'iifi.. z:TZ.. vr;.;--:.;-:.. (';?)!Mbyahe:
v; Menanl. Ba'nlj working of ihe'Alivenoan system, a dam"
-lul Malftut pass th'audlhcicfitrll J aivjuallo iP.)er aluui..is converted
.ftiuitt eet gold or silver, which -I cannot iutoe loss srars Ma,
.et, aid which would be Inconvenient. and I But this is nut all. There is another
f Mr. Whtcr, as to " the iust p iwers of
the Convtitution,1 he can have no confi
dence in the Supreme Court? Tho ground
iipoa.KMci tbopecwiaf oejefits toacetw
to the nation from tlie existence of the Su
prcme Court have alwuys been heretofore
llaced, has bee? its independence on the
"xpcutive and Legislative, and even the
opufar,'wTtr','Tne hienibers hoIJiug iheir
appinttnents during good behavior, and
oemg oeyonu ine power of congress in
regard to their salaries, bae. been sup
posed to be' peculiarly fitted to -give the
most tmbiassed and rniprejudieed opimmst
in rofereucs to the matters brought before
them for adjudication. It seams now,
IKmever. thvrt thvre isaposiribitlry Thfitflie
oench may he Blind y persons ,who- will
jot lie iiifalljblel bv men who may "be
Iraj their trusts arKlt Jntb.ll casebe.
orator woold.tbink tliat the Supreme Court
did not possess that pnjsnrvativeffHieiple
Which ha been usually thought to be in
herent in It,
kaiardou to trnsixrt if I could t or 1 1 feature, in this affair, which show tho. A-
iu4 buy bills of eichange oo Digland, mericaa System' to be a moat wicked de.
nd p-iy eight dollar in every hundred tor vice against the intorest of the Community,
it. after rvnnins 00 and down the country. Iron hoops, we all know are rcnuired lv
i know not how hug, before I can Aud a our navigation, for the water eurksof hiiw I
1 .. . . - it . J . A tl ..I i . 0 r . .l - . . r f T
Krxia 10 sen nn our, ana .nor .it, u uu i J our inrmerf, i r inoir iiius, parrels,
mo back protested, and then I shall lose land cidorcask, and by all classes of the
.. -V 7 ,r , . "JWii i ircr utll, IIUIIMU II
To us it appear. Uy
m this honest adrtrissiim, diHie niffnTo"
wnaken tlie eonfitlmee of his own friend tri
Him ixfidlihilitj of the Supreme Courtr
lhan any thing that has ever ben Bono by
his jvdittcnl oppnrtnnts. :. His remarks
KavHint lo this. 'T'If t hiid(c of ft Su
premo Court should be appointed by a cer.
faroTrtr;ifc tle itdvoeates'of limited
construction of the Constitution, we shall
ihen be past surgery." v
fication- iuto treason. Were he voice ct
duty listened to by either, the patriot
would not weep oer the epnrjchmgiliii
hi(ifih of fh"e Union.
In the same spirit, we should, perhaps,
convince the community that the benefits
Which accrue to society, by enslaving and
qpprcwtng lhflttsand of .hei -GUildrea, aro
more than counterbalanced by its disad
vantages. The task is not a difficult ono
The extension of ignorance, servility, and
crime, is too great not vitally to afi-ct the
common weal. Our furtories are now the
schools in which the tender nnd pliant na
lure otyooth goes through a probation
whichprepftres bptltiieart anl.4wad for
the blackest and boldest deed of critno
anatnmmy.- lumen into n promiscuous
assemblage of girts and boys, with no par
r4ilcare to watch and restrain, lo teach
the H)veliness-ofvirue and the lonthsoruc
oertj orvlce. lo direct tlieir ixnornnee.atid
sustain their feebleness, who can diMihl the
result r -They tall, irs huroAn nature, tin
Frost the PkiMeTa. Timt$4frte Prtst.
CHILDRES IX FACTOIilES.
tt is impossible thnt an intelligent com-
miiniiv can learff, without disilst arid in
dignati'in, that ncrmimenmsniirxfeiisive
whole sesjon of bnsines, and all my mo j comhaioify, for their rain watee .easkrj VtSrleTaM w.oilicf!m'iidlwiiully hy
tViV in' (he bargain. Now your cotton is I buckets, and various other utsntils.- D un
tint s good tome as eafh nd rather aged boopirou may be restored by labofv
ettor ror reasons just stated. If cotton or applied to many inferior purpos"! and
. ehould ris b Awr 1 get your to England, this very iron would have brought $00 per
' 1 shall make a profit on it i if it fall, the ton for the use of coopers. '
fosa will come upon me. But these are But the advantages held out by ha ex-
the mn chance of trade. - My object is port4tion-,-weire too great not to attract
. sot to speculate ou yoi, but on the goods the attention ol merchants. ,It was bought
- srhich your cotton will purchase for me. Cir exportation to aome other country, nd
FarmersWell, certainly, if you take the exporter will dra back all the duty
4te trouble and rik of gettine it to Cog. paid upon ifv equal to tM 26 ' per - too-
lnd off my handsi I ought to let you have (bus Waving the real tort, to nim, 4y
" " t httta eheaper than I woujd sell it In 1 1 1 T4V J ATerejto bejiure U a -besutiful
' ;lj-Und myself. But what amount of illustration of a paternal Governineut!
- fnode snil my oottoo pirrohaM U) England 1 Whilst an American, cooper ts not allowod
-7- n Merrhant?-It will twyan amount worth byihe iettam hrjU0,16 empTij' his Ainei-
hou. t2,400iu England but worth 4J,i ieaa indutrtry upon these hoojs utlci he
"7". 6W, 10 per cent,) ia thi country give for them more than 103 per ton,
? . ; FarnserVeU, surely, you can afTrd Jorprner t allowed to has ths m at $1 3
to give roe mors than eight cents, or twea-1 74. Talk no more, after thi v ab.sit the
' - - y-f"ur, hundred doHarir for tny cotton prutectma uf dctiuxic i&Hty-U is aBlge-HA
. Then I I . Cheat ! and. If anv nun ifna nnS ma i m 1 fr !
',.; Merchant. I certoiul.coakL er 4t I thie porttctrlar; hoTaost htve'"ilic'aI "Too
. r -t . . . . k. . . . . ii I . i i . . ...
Xjoi itr mo jjoTrruiurm j nut you wui rs i iqm.s ever w pe penetraito or reason. ,
. tactabe thai I hare to give the govern j Bin, if the Co.
fjamH bHm hitudrwl and etxty dullara voribl i u . v -
I'm uouds, or lirfU much out or my pock-1 Tbt Suprtmt Crt On a rt ponrnl
U ta prefect doiiiesth..iiUiiwfacturesroj.'f Mr."Web.ier's speech at the New Vork
childnH wlio,' aroentitlcJ to an exemp
tion frem labr - arid caro, anl-wlHise
proper place" would lfirir native hill., as
tree and joyous as the wimts which pisy
Martiund them7...Th'msonds on tlHHisands
of these tittle slaves are driven, by sun rise
it a pals and taddened faces, and fieUs
ami mluclant limbs, to- tlieir .ts1-ifrwn
hich, with a slight intemil at norm,
night alone releasi-s them- Day succeeds
day, with the same heavy taw, and the
same heavy bear! to 'perform t' " ean
ed, heart -sick rittawiUotrt -eioy-to
pouliven the present, or t hope' to brighten
tho future deetitmer Inetwlews, Totsakert
sinking' beneath the utieaunl burdim of
toil, poverty aad opprcssiop-hi realize
an toe ins 01 sge, wmioui ine nrmness oy
which age is enabled to endure them, Tir
children of frrcmttti?yTifc'ilUtde'klatct
j---thatlarmH only bring b.wne twenty f.sjr fit Trmdt DinnerT in March H3I- ww
" "ISuudred" dollars worih. Now, i( you are re were forcibly struck with tha following
V to carry your owa cotteh to England, you passage, to which wu wish ta drw the
rouM bring home no more goods: for yuu rcader't UitioHi.l,
-tf'cvi'. -r tm& have to pay the same aiuount to the I I have said, Motjemenl what ,! Mrile
.Usr":'"; -rrrMn-? ak UWIM tbeta-iaattangat
, Fsruwr. WrlTcortaiuTyTyou would bejio the tuioa from open anJa vowed atUcks
. aUJ to give me mure, if the tariff vould I on it esacnfial principle. Nothing ia to
' 1m .nil t lull . trniM. tliinf MniM tn Ik. Ia. -a J L.M .L i. 1 1 I . .
r ."...-..-..(, ...... w mil - mnn iraq inapa woo win marcQ up
; .. Iter ! According to joor eccouiit; you J boldly to (heir own itroptibna,' and tell
. ,vroiiiii be" aui to pv me more for my cot us that tVV mean to annihilate povers ex
. t-Ki lere Ihoa voo could ret I r it ia esh I ercised trv CoairreM. R,, n.Pt.;ni.ikM
"in Euglandj andl oeverbenrJ of such a are danger to the Coostitotion, and Ve
'thing as. that. " ' ought not to shot w eye to thens We
Merchan1. And aol certai ily shoul.r. know the inwl.mce . firm .nl in..!ii.
'sU.lwilToriceiofiwcrw utuvcia4jidajf bu4to'it4rf
The dead and dying are to be met with with what would now be priofcelv f h
on every side. Mr. Gardener, acting and yet those who are., laughin! "IT
American Consul, computed that from 12 f Ily and want of foresight, re'Ju'ii
to 14 soUls perished at Port Trayu Oaily, even greater in refusing foas iojh?I
A (rentlemaii who was known to have a sideration, ta procure land In tt,;. i.'i60
iiii. t ... i . .
sniU suoolv 'of nroviniorj. wis obliiied" la J America. -- ' fit
- rr l ' r l
guard Ins door with his sluves, to pre- wor uocu any apprehensions j
vent the common people fr)m entering uod opinion, be entertained on tha M7.
taking it from his table. I government, as wo ontertuin i. ,
Tbo ii.habituU earottrtly ijum Capt. fidont hcliof,that in a. verv few ??"
Ridr to lay theifc condition before the ) happy and invaltmblw retion tt,:n "!. "-
Aajr-ficau puopk, astney rio not oxpeet as- a pirn of iho tru J St.c. RefleciS
siatance from Portugal, or any other . Eu- what..wUl l
rnplari nation: They Cotifidcntly expect on accouiit ofanliiiwjllinjfness fo part iritw-
aid from this country, and the parting a few hundred dJlars, will find ihm.i
worus ot ino governor uener.u io capi.
Ridor were -" For GtxT sake toll them
send us something."
: We cannot bul hope that luis. luforma-
tion will bo extensively circulated, and
.. . ... i ..I . . -
proper mesmv- Mlteti - toward .relievin(r fu wH-aau sainreiiv. 't
these unfortiinalo Islanders- ITiereinre,! JUllx MILLHY. Pre'nt of 7?.. M
W. BARROW, Strretin.
deprived of lands of an extent a.,d ,!J
excoadmg dukedom "111 '13
I Ulhloh 4ar.ll 1 .... t ' .
ughbor on whom thev "ke
L ! 1 I.
wnicn will lie
I. : " ... . V
u, .i, i.-.ngus uuunorto ihemselves both
we believe, from 00 to 70.000 souls o i the
islands, who unless assistance be speedily
rendered, must perish. ,(
Distress! v Shipirrerk.Th brig A-
melia rapt. Dickinson, with a yaluahle car
go of Dry Goods and wino, and ono hund
red and two steerage and three cabin
sengers, .sailed bain N. Yrk ont
utt. bound to .New Urleans. On
nOBFUT It MEWES
JOSEPH VAULX, '
in iwn MwnprionJs'founcf on a crave .tune.
the Pfis. i w tin the 20th i,rrL. 'voi t i
sage Ihoy experienced very boisterous w lish fell upon this fo,vn with fire and sil
ther, lost bulwarks atal leaked bailly. 'The 700 Americans defomled ih S. , TT!
captain, in consequence, cnncJiided to put whom day , Ut in tho even)
.1. . . I - - -" huwih m
into mis pon, croeseu our rmr on J'uesdov o'clock it as luln.ii. Ti, j
afternoon hurt, and anchored in Five Fath- tho besie-rod delivered un hi. Jl
om note, alter remaining there about Englishman, who 'f.nniediaty 'gtabheJ'
... . ,r,i,Mi, nuiiTO iwin ; an jus comraue
her to drag her anchors, when he was I swurd. A iinaT twwi
empolled to put tosea. In crossing the from tho magazine of tha fort to' the L
bur, she stuck aoveral timeswhicli in- thenjo l lighted.
creased the leak considerably. - It then bo, into the ainr William HotmihJ WtuT 1,5
c,-M.!Ji7yjL(oM of the J not fcir mstamV-wouiHled by three stnAa;
...v ... u, u..., ... .in.uiu uu i iii a oayouci in nis Oocy, bebelJ'il,
run on shore, which . was according, and said to one uf his woundod friends whe'
iy uons.on louy isiana ueacn ; wnere she was still also alive " we will r-ndvnr
faTa'tll1Te sulTrrTnMorT'laciorT tii
iranhood itself wilt often.. Hunt. But the
heart ikken to think that little innocents.
treeh and tender from the. bosom tf mator-
nalafuc'ion,.who live butio a joytow free
dom from restraint, and whom, ander the
impk" fnstitutionTif rjnrtather; no tut
enuld depress, no proverty Nid len, should
be cooped up, by thnuMiids, in 4 diseased
tauphere,to toil and I rem Wo 'boath
the wh-0 4 tho os-erseeri until blightrs bf
tppressWa aaa aaftrt M us the
grave.- - ,
An intethgent writer speaVa' of children
eery justly, when he remark that, to a
due traipiag of the mmd it is requisite that
the child should grow up m a certain ear.
leeMies of spirit. .The natural aobility of .
a ehild reqiijres, fir the fulf eVvaloptoent
of the meutiil as wHjh physVal powers,
li4iave complete plav. c'ttf trafdf fe? in
, lt j (a CPVtUU it ttfii&H.
which unbridled passions, evil habits, and
dangerous associations, can prompt. Ev
try. tcmptaliuu to evil surround them,
without a voice to warn, or a hand to re
strain, arid it can be a matter of no astntj:
ishmrnt that they becomo, at an age when
their bosom should he unshadowed, bv a
single i.iuii; o imu in ce as wtjf art
young in year. Falsehood, ditil'onety,
incontineoce, blasphemy, and a total dis
regard for the decencies of virtue, are en
grafted upon their youthful natures until
humanity shudders at their early depravi
ty, and trembles for the com riiunity which
contains them, At a more advanced age,
the fj-torf reject? .uvand..ihay. "are
thrown Iuto tho iwetwn of ocielyT fitted,
hcth sexes, for any thing "which passion,
uiterest, or ininji.ity slmuld auggestt lg.
norant to the lowest degree, besotted in hab
its of vice; servile from long slavery, they
are unprepsred for iny participatiou in the
duties and privileges of a citizen. With,
out resource, save in tlieir boldness and io
iquiiv, they naturally turn to crime, and
sink into habits which fill our alms houses
and penitentiaries. ' 8uch are the schools
tn which America fif anxious to form her
children I " . -
Whctherwfl T0fisu!t The ficTat.es oTEu
manity, the interest of society, the char
cterrfrjfir ppti-rortTie preservation ol
our institutions, we are admonished to pro
strate us untoaot ihepoor oml the pnvm
notrw,-were imancy ana innooence are
pomsneo, wnere tnmisaaa ortboe who
will hereafter oopstiiute the freemec of tlie
wtlWrwhile they are enslave tt, ere tortured'
rouiidihr ixerWTln thislu, we Will completely wot
1 he Vessel will be totally lost, but the the powder with cur blood : thus will wC
cargo win most prouawy oe aaveariuougU 1 with the little life that, remain ta ut,i
u . tminagrti wnw. i no pawnRers were the tort and manine. and rjerhans a fee
lanoed on the island, where every attention of our comrades, who are only wounds
was paid ! io their! -ihstreise4.. ntuatioa by. lle-'alone had the .trength iv ? accomM :
the propietor of tho Island. Andw. Miloe, this ntile deaigo.i. In hit thirtieth year be-
tjsq, ahoV . with lb moat -praiseworthy died on tlid powder which W Vvor3iwtJ
proiuptitudo, gave up all hi buildings for wiih hi Wood. Ilia friends, and veo of
rtov rat v.tt, (mass.) atairrti
DISTRESSING FROV HIE CAPE
X .DE TERD ISLANDS.
By the arrival from this port on Sidur
daf " afternoon of "tlie schooner" Fredooia
Capt. Rider, ia 90 days from Port Praya,
we learn tnax at a universal famine ex
once tfsly Verdaiil Island. '
; "Threr yegrtl "have oow tapeT'pic
they have been, rusted with rains ia any
considerable quairiiuo. The land in tlie
mean time ha become perched and unfit
for Cultivation, am! haw- yielded little or
nothing to repay the toil of the cultivator.
The' sea for the erop of lb present
yealr" ha nearly jroo brand the seed re.
maind in the earth without sifns of com
ing to tnnturuy, unless it hduld be speedi
Char. Et. Post
his wounueri companies, by thut me
had their lives l reserved.,' (After tins.
simple narrative, are the following war 5l
m largo character:) Here rests VVilliat)
Uotman. : r
Vow the Nasknlle (Tenn-l ltefullican.
The undersigned, stockholders nd nrnL
Drielorauf tha rant knows .ad dim.il - A busy pay da-k proflinat ywo
i . . .r. . 1 ii .r w ' . "... i tj:
bv tue title Uoasjrrsot, have mploydllLU0Wt1w oa a.iawyerjututoos
ueneril William Arnold to proceed to ""d, on a eorUun. muster, or general in-
Mexico and obtain from that Remihlir. I spoction day, purchased a horse ;nf an if
some modifications ami a confirmation of rant farmer, engaged to pay for it
said concession. j the uext inspection day. He gave a nolo
Ofh;nre th.M. Mn U m ' hut instead of inspection, he inserttl hA
ooahle douU, as a valuable consideration w,or1 rnvrrtction-maiinf it pajahe:
was civen by Roes, both io moner evneo- wwi-recnon any i- hen the next wvr
ded the benefit of said Republic and ,,,on da come, and the farmer, iiusUTt
. ' s a .... I ri.Ul rtF that f vo(r aiirt,ruiyAl in tuJ' at LKT
nuiuary services remiered, which have mt t- "i"
been respecUvedy a'ckuowlodgeJ bj the nclled P0 tlw youiiif inaa w.M'r
Mexican government. The oualifications nM,"t" The ,aUor Pd greatasiue-
of tho person aolected,i(&r additional as- tt he ihould call.ur,; sj .?
surance ot success. Oe. Arnold is be l,,n Jne DoW wls oul' . Iiu u
lieved to combine more qualjficatious I ,,!.m?Iiil P"4
sucli a mission, than any rfher .selection "I"00 day j the time Hcoawrowifl.
that could probably have been maile. Ho an" wai" w'7 " J?? wu '
is not only known asaa Infiemd and" valua- th ?sani. said tho youag wan rir
hie offlcer during the Ule warj bnt his yw-wiH find that it ha a hmg tiwel
acknowledged zeal, diligence sod unwmr- run yct' Tha farraer mn th?,
u nnnnrP.u.n ..M.J i. i.:. l i.j was due or ouzht ta bei but on pellag P
pviwiviairyo wwri i" i i m I - l n ji a assise aJ a1 T slum - j, ,
over carciuny, no louna t uisjai
and experience of the habits, institutions
and manners of the people with' whbmlie' is
to treat, aftord the best assurances ot the
wisdom of the selection and the bast-guar.
tntee of he success of the mission. .
1 ho undersigned wwiii adJ a few re.
marks in regard to the value and impor
tance.61 too tract ia country - svvered by
It border for a considerable distance no
the United States, contain eighteen or
twenty BulUoo of acre, which both in soil
.nd elimte. ,nn.t.r il un.l C ... .-7..
i i i x V M - - "HW'"Ht f - -
iu falue for all asncultural Durnoses. to I ft.. V. Yn,,w l.re.ntiU state tb
w a I ll ww awiwi'tviv
uL'F 00 tla order, hare been issued by the Secretary
itable globe. Cotton, rice, sugar and a , . ... 'i.Affourdif'
the prodrction. of our Southern stitos, .re of tho S"0 ,he e.om "fL
produced there in the greatest perfoctiou knat quadren, to use every C,M '
and in quantities unknown elsewhere. the capture of the pirate who recently P1-
L-AdJtothi tho feci, that land can be dored the Mexican, of Sehjm. One ef
had for less than in any other country . . i-.-mtr hsr
CIO lo anv one want nr . home. . I w "ui. r-'
mont that tTwr nerttae sratil fee' -f"n
reel ion day. lie remnoNtrated with ttw
young ecapngrace ; but all to uo Porr",
a.nd. he rlnally.laid.tho ca.se befbrehis W1",
ft, the la wycc-Thc but - took hit ,..
out, and told hint he bad hotter settle tb
thing olouce l Jbr though, said be,t&ep,7.
day is tar off, you bid tar to hare busio
enough on-yrmr bands that day, witbw
having, note ta cttle.Tlie advice
mg an miuiniy, unie ss u auoutd be speec:i- cia to any one wanting a noine, as,t!iej'"OTr'' ! lltJ
If rijjod pejegjra vTfteijctrUbt, Uodj cat aTod ma la proourtJ Jot'the Cr4 yocfftJl w.totefMW