. THE WESTERN CAROLINIAN.
SALISIUIty....SATUIt)AY, AVItIL 1831
Yorth Carolina llcpuhlican
t Uivenunetrt lik our, the preservation of Ijber-
If aVprtid, mainly, on general dilltiMi ul correct
i-awtl eirsai, tit is-opie. If the p--Hi!e be Igise
at of tbetrrigbK bow tin lin y gtnrd tlx-in a,iti
inrrtarhfltntl f 4 hir Mefather achiever frodom at
sckc of much hUmi and treasure, anJ w,their nuts
La preserve ;t only by enlightened watchfulness. A
t'eUigenre M vigilance are mir gpnu-si saiepiarn,
immnr and apathy are the xiurcrt uf Uie u4
Luff. timer to always stealing I ruin Nie many u
he few . and tlie rea-m m, that tlte many luitm-r
ifii'i- the few are m!v it wwju, JN'J fire people
er yet bad Uarir liberties I'V open assaults, kit tunr
kvt them nr secpl rik'Mtrhim lit.
liiciiire n-".i. I.ir people bezels another evil,
UtktU.'i ail Uui rs, a lle banc of the Ancient
dev; tint evil MAVWOKXIIIP. History
LiM'ti' qa that wherever min-whip takes root, there
b4.tral v.nne dw, niut mmIhJ faction spring tip it
f rupta ta pruicipt. ul Uberty, u iJoiary uoea pure
When Kir fir f iMe-rs eatahliahcd U present form of
itiWWt, Hum Mi.Uv la,.-d tint we would escape
w &te iTiriui-t tt.-t. i'.Ik. an 1. under th1 Wiae rhevks
via.nfc.uf a wnUetiCuuiUtution, ei.j"T, tjin-jh all
ie beome, t's- in tmiable bh-e.in'..' of Freedom.
tut ftrW.it TV Mil of rV abort prnod 'if forty-six Tear.
Whit la Mir rnul.tjisi! We have alfa:y reached an
'inn l eni in mir ,tr.al affli'm. the rery pnn
uU uf Ihc l''oJ.tiii.iu irt in imiimient ixvil. Wf
kr n I.V miiMsf n-r Jutmo, wU-nt. awl an tH W-ukV-
but 4 ill rjp. in it prnjfre, tl burrnr "f U
.n-titntiio art bntkfM 4"u ami Uaiiiiiled ui tim diwl,
bill the prn er b.-thi r of the urd X the DUmr,
(vnreiitratme in tiw Keiltfa! Enenitive ; and even
l'ftfw rtHf p vmrwvti ra Th? r' f f qwnt'i.ii
Jl i time C th penuln to awkf frmn tlieir ajatlijr,
k uJ tu lu k to tlieir nsfdt if tiwy alumber much longer,
A--t tll aa ka lain tlteif liuvoiiummt wUl wi
i . ......
iiinjej, ami their Ijbrrties f ie.
Pur tit amiwe if aHlntf paper in tha SUta
in JitUumir cxrriN't inliriiuitkiu aimi (lie pttipie, ami
tiiela to a aeiuie of tlieir daiu'i-r. it i proitciw
U pubiK. at )lie XTm of t)? " elcni ( aruiiiuan.
mper un-lrr the title wiiu-h UmU at tlu- liixul of this
nwirlitii to be ixintwl oo a Ura-at abcet, Ul uc
Uvo m, uf votuB paffaa, curratpuu-bnir in atae witb
- -i:.i : ii.:i...i..i..l.r. k. r..,lu
Tn-el rrm-. iw m-aeir- wtlteh jta-e 1 JeWlOUeTt
Ui Ui lua! uuav lor Ui U-Mv.llt of -tlw fc-W, .
t.na; and, w.t a v:ew of ariliSTfitenin!; and enconrajfinL'
firawa ntiai'ne hr tiieetamnle of otlier-i puirw will be
A,m. tMiati n i'iHiN-nmntlt ' -4 Virfl 1 1 "4lVl V-f "
fraaoccCtid kOU tit pmt mtfe-4 if toe Hate, A'fl
kuonS,Cknierciallao4 Mi4, VkUl be provtued.and
ii(i'ii in tlie Ki'publican
A. A viataatot aJ somber wrH be occtrpted wiu
nnprfaiit "C'onrwmcoal and wlitive procecduiir
iur.n the tim titaat bodies may he in aeaion ; also
w.tb toe Utei4 and muet inU'rem new of the day,
f feign a lid dixit stw, and with .ui'b muM-ellaneoun niut
ter an mij prove iuti-renting to Uie gfiiernl n"der.
"5 The tpieiiSm of CvnvtHiin, or reform of the Con
r'tutoa, hi Kx thirty yev dividtd the pMiple, and ar-
Djr4 m aw tiiB f.d" tfit N!"-t' agautat tlteolW auiW -a
iktiMri CMWinenos baa venletl tlie auece of
aony nnwires ritolly important to the honor and proa
peroi of Aoffij Carolina i ; and; wnttl nettled, te wtll cow-
it ime to do i-x It is not douUed t!mt burh pnrtira are
yymrere !mit Knnt in tle!p vinu'd ''"hiIiI tTie' rBj in "tt'h'v
L, y save w bwiL' d.ti.Ttil, is, that neither party hfui ever
y-t bevn nudf fully acqtiainttnl with the jut preteiiioni
of ttte other; rfee thw djutracttnif quetion would, ere
wwy flwrr? bern mieWy-a4)i-4r--U tbiij--ww,
tiieregrfe, ijf giving to all tlie opportunity of " hearing
Mh !!," it is a.'rMl to lny bi-f-re the public, in the
Jiges of the Republican, tlie arju'iniKiit-t for ami againtt
tii mctMtire ; and, tiirit this chill bf ili iw impartially,
t will be pnAiried, tint the argumi'itU on one aiue
?vU be present. -d, by Western and on the othi'r by
t-Jfl .nKBA-.utUmit Uiurt isUUcUly ptrfwiU iibo..
r-l Iegjsiat:on, tlian soct.onnl divismiu and local jealoii-
es Uir'y distract the public mind, and destroy tlmt
!ttJMm:tj of tevlmj, anrt nmtr nf acmn.wi ensorrtial to
t:n toet.-f eeheme iiprovemeiit, wMhef
ptiyiealor moraL Every real friend of North Carolina
Ui'tH UierMbre with toaee all cause of uch divisions
f 1 jealoiuics removed, nod to tail iho duy which shall
4 I W xwn pwu. acltag gUer fcf lim gHMtrl jpwd
tad urukuenty of the Stale.
1 K Td I'ie prop-'r ei!ii, correct tublott of the Prices
ciureut wdl be reuhirly given.
Tbc Xurth Carulina Repuldicaa will ba. puldinlicd
vetai-kywuhly, that m, on the first and third MonJay in
eadi amth, dur.n? the period of one yenr only, nnlettf
ptmmjy mf WmrS as to dfltnaiul iWcohtlhluuicK'
Eacb-nmiber will contain lfl pugs, wirefully put up,
t t'at at the ead of a yetir eacu cubscribur will have a
vmne of pajea tilled wilb interesting and tueful
Th prSif anpKerjption vOx Dollir, in allcaset
to be j?ud wyiAW
The Ik S. will appear on the 3d Monday in
abouM the aiuWription lint jtutify the publication.
A the object of the publication is not to make mo.
ney. fcat to aupourt the lights tlie people, in appeal
at now made to tlie friend of Constitutional Liberty, to
iutereM tbemaelvea io procuring aubecribers.
All who may he good enoutrb to procure urwribefa,
wDX hv the llrat dav of Mar. communicate to the Pub
lisher th names so procured, retaining the money in
thew hand until notified that the paper will certainly
OSr AH Letter- and Commjnitions must be aildreaa-
H (pok paid) to the "XorthCamlma Remiblicnn," Sa-
VMiry, where tboy wOi be promptly attended ta
JTbe Sock CroUm4 BtpuUke will arfvacius the r; z V9"": '$ ;
kmrnmi talVl. - " By Virtue 4 TWr! nfTnirt, ecuted to m fcy
ltw lldv.i.ietlM.nriBrm4e-ofFreeTniile.aiid Martin ( PInliT, for the pnrixinea Jhi n ui tia-
rropowi to rubllth, in BalUbury, N. C.
' ' tuia mi mil or
The Family Jlmttanl.
rpHK FAMILY AK.SIMTANT bal bdlt to
REUok KiHx-trroa, and (Uauai jiwTtaa.
Fp"ciJlr A W inU'tnled Ui aMMt I'arenta in U diDirult
aui UwMf important tauiir tarttxmritttr ftmil(ia,
IM rUili ia two vrrv uiUiiatuttf aAacutttmi uu-Utr
lim charjw a Bible iltvm, and (erHral-KnllIllJ;,
Atum' h rurh of wbtrh be pn-parua wnttrn quint min,
d t liw on aiiMjJMflMtfi, wnlll anaiaera. Buouu:
le urtiM-d niairniiiie vo into ma-ruu), ttxee qtiitrtwau
a ul aiii-r will b putilulied in it It will be tbe en-
ilfavur of tlu Alitor to nuke the pMnuil puliliraluiti
a iiiti-finting a le u.l) i mi u fiil iih
nirti artirtif u aliatl U rtli t'-e.rii ; aim, a t will
apfK-ar only once a nmnth, eai-h one wlo taken it, iuj
liml t.nie to read IL 7'a TttcJ't in gmtril,
kiirL Hui.li itoina of Ivnupi and lXmienlic Int'-lli-
nCL' w cular w well aa reunion aa uliall he deem
d inti-fHlinif, will he iiLwrtm. In finf, it i iiiirruIiHl
to make IV Kamifjr Awnrtsnt mini.ier profit unit
aimm-mrut tut tint kxijf winter niguta and auliry kuiu-
1. It will be iwued on the !illth of erery month anil
will omtain mlifu Imperial Octavo I'njfen, in diHililc
coluimia, pt inti-d oo a Dew and Ivgible type, and on ve
ry Minerkir papi'r. -
a. Tbe arcrrption prrre will be Onc'PoTIar and
Fifty Ccttta it pakl m advanre, and Two Dollara if rot
paid until tiie expiration of three montba.
It No ibrtcriiion ran be received f a ahorte- f
TtuI tTiih one yeai; aiul no paper diarontinued until all
arrears are paid, except at the Editor'a dine ret ton.
4 03 The pabliratMjii will ommenr on Uu 30th
of April, provided a competent number of anhm riber
can be obtained j and our friend wbo may hold anb
nptim li, are requeued to forward tlioin on by the
lirt of Uiat BMMith.
February la, IKM. . .... P.J. SPARROW..
A Valuable House and Lot
JOCTl. i; Y 1 UU C ti U U. Bl iU6 LWUrt.Uoiue.itt
. , cocir-wu:,)
Uf TIIE mi) TOWN. K?0WN AS
... io. 3 ivtha Wi4ura....v . .. .
The above Lot i handiMitDely Mtuated on the
Main tiwhtf' i-rtWItd b"th-(!ir txwinoaa
ami t prtTtile re!iuVtiee..,.It incluuV a wat and
comfortalile lwellini;,' Kitchen, Carriage-Makera'
Shop, a Well of Water, a good Gulden, uud all
noccKsary 9ml convenient iendiiges.
Alio, trill bt told, on the in me day,
JCt EXT ENSI VETASriORTM E.T or CA RRIAGE-
Cotiditiona mailt- known at tlio'sale.
. WILLARP.COYi)EXt Tnistw
Ltncobiton, Aprill2,ie34.--3t '
(ty Mr. FIHFER 1hrgfl
leave to inform the public, that
during the court-week about
AND . OBE-T VARIETY OF
Will Ui Md at Public Sale.
bnng its value. M. C I'
April 12, 1631. 3t
(Kr LOST BOOKS.
A W rumtm havinir eitJipr of tlie fiillowinir BOOKS.
im- belonging to me, w ill be plciuL-d to roturn them to
TUa la anrt OA nJiimM fS PliriMttttn4 Tttitrlmtnne;
llie 3d yoliiiiw of Archbijld'a BlacLitono witii'i ho
ma J. Oakes'a name in it;
The 1 lib volume of Swift's WorksNiclwI's edition;
' American Htaift rapers, lac, za, dd, and iin voia;
-The Pelrmrn Novels, bound, 1st, Xd, 3d, 4lb,5t:i, add
t.-Tha J!d yojume. of Bruwn' JSiJoiaphjrJrt-..-.-M
iianin ia in nvwt nf tlie above Bulks, an that ner
ami who have them may know who they are., i the
more desire tlie above books, aa tlie odd volume which
1 lift ve left are worth but little to me without the others.
SaliMhurr, April 12, 1834. 8t
rpHE Subscriber has ok a Volume of "AYS-
COUGH'S SHAkSI EARE. for which he
wUl tr its lull yalue to ; any pwon w ho wiU deUr
. . e t t K-i t aa a ra w
verittohttn. juua uiAiw, Jr.
Salisbury, March 22, 1S34. .
Ali kiiKfa ofj R I X TI N G dotiehere.
(ttr All kinds of B LANKS (neatly and correctly
jt , t An per-00 ha vine ff"d gecmiiRia nd
y f iriivv.j BUREAU,
which tiiey rre disposed to
sell low. nwv hear .of a piffc&ascr bv api.lvinw 01
IMtlOiffLNU illittlONAki' I.MLLUGL.NCE
r lil'KMAIL T
Extraeti from Mr. Kincaal'i Jourcal
i',mbmi!uM for A.
'?iiM,Jtprii 0, jm-an)Mu4ed etrhoardw fUrr.
mao boat, Willi Out aijtoctaliuo uf -ouirf to Ara. ko
A, M'ji En, and a auiubar mora of lL lUciplM ta
Ranirunu, acconipnid ua to Ui wau-r, and aihtUon-
aU-ly bid Ui liud apced, prurniMii( to rrmewiber tw cow
tanlly to prayer. It not wituout uiucn treniblini(
and aiuitty that I have underUkeo thia Journey. O,
UU ft night rewill ut the'advuiceatciU U Lbxwt'i
lUigdua in Out bealU-n land I ,
timrrmi m Ik rrawWi,
April 11. Tim aim ane witoout a flood, which,
ter a uaj and nihl of mcawkini atortua of wind and
rain, waa very giateiul to Ua, We proceeded Up the
Irraaaddy till about 10 uY lock, witlkiol iiiacovruu any
iliui(; on ntlu r aule but plain of luxunaut graaa aa fr
Ui eye could reach, except It wa now and Uien
kind of untamed builaloea, and here and lite re uumkiea
fxtnii; abau; lite almrea. About IU o'eka k tlie acene
clwnuwl. Iinmvuwi paiidy and plauUin fu-Ula, with
hi re and there a cluater uf buililiiiifa, aura mdicaUoua
if iniirllietKtv . W e tkutod auum of-Uia Umtxw, awl
bminl they were Karuua, and tlial thuir trilWoa CAtl'Ildr
(M bark to ti inouutaina, Three could read, and to
liMiii gave buoiuL ttne can acarrely imagine
more uilin-Winif m id of labor tiiau teachuir thine pi
pie tne way ot lib, i'oeir mmptriain, drew, feature,
and, aa lr u I could dutiovur, Uieir laliuaife, ire tlie
unir aii Uie Karfita on tlte IMigmmf. Two o rlork in
the atiTiKu, came up to auiue aiuail Itanium villaHa,
cunlaiumg trvui 1U t -Kt Imkht earn. I took 110
tix K having witli me Ko Shum and Ko San-lone. We
vi.leu tiiret- (4 Un-e villipoa ly:iiif along the eat tliore,
au one of litem we had an atwembly of about 4(1, braulra
tiiikuvn. In the oilier two villain between 'M and Ittl
lieb-niny, an l -A) tructa were jriveti away. Juat at even
nU. on foot, we entered Han-en, a ulage ctaiiimir
luMI hiUM.-is and exteuduiir aUaur tlie eaat bank about
two milea. In tlie evrmtiir we anread ouraelvea into
diCi'n-nt parU ot the town, preached the Imhix'I to tlie
pmjplu, and j-ave away lUU trarU. It uf auppacd timre
are not lew than .HiO bu lyuig at aw:! before tin
low n, and aome ol tin-in axe large.
Vearaitor mi Ih-nnJiM.
- Do-nu-LtL.Aoxd IX Larl w tba morninr wei4 to
kyn?, fximi an obi blind rriewt, aitting on an eleva
ted place; or 30 (raid idob i little to hi right bind,
many oMorimi apread out belbrr him, and an aiwrmbly
uf about jU pcraooa aaUiiuj io hoar lau aacrud i'all
All waa protouiulJv ailent w lHn I went in. I lnike the
aileure by akinr t tJiat Prii4 waa bhrnL 1'hev rnd
- w." U be also mrnully blind r Vea," "If 11m
pyin of liw body, and the eyea of bia uiind are Uind,
liow great ioliia dakneea ! Does tlie old man wonthip
thoMnliJaMamliiur there ?" "i en, every day." "There
)n an old Li 111 J man worshipping blind. idJa : wliut a
dmtreimnjr atht and I anppnae ho teat h y6u to war-i-hp
thtaie blind and dnmb xbila." j A toen id
" 1 ea, lie noes. 1 lie 01a rruM liau iiMeneu ail me
time, with hxed atu-iition ; but now but patience tmcwie
etrmartcd, end wrlh harsh, ensmr Teiee, r riel on'.
7. t 11 . r a - 1 - . r -1 - r ill
"la luu uie kircign inariiar, wiw prciic Juiut Uixiii,
JIihI Iw nitwli- every iLioo-1 1 uo nut believe tW
I khhI to lain, " NVlatt ilo vim believe ! Vou believe that
1 iiiuliiMia,- liwa f wrt-wfltler "refla Mt 4rei'bo4
cam a AiuoVr.te uorlwwM wfrfWX.trttA mrnr I ut
'".'"".'Qaj'oii wyfthiD. .ilui ft,vm aitunrf arouoj
apjvared t' take an iiitcrt u the nubj-ct. 1 niflilne
ud'4a aw-SU tracts, nd-ims'nlbaa miiLilooillbf
nnl putt of tlio IJiUlii'e.,. I tlitu xalli.d on theGo'
venmr, iuve him Luke, ami ijJiujind.JliflJ.ptiti
8ii0."Jie 4: Mica. -- ll a wra-wrrt yimii" nian, ratn'ff
itttlnijonVaiid -HeandHl'-' m- euwvcrwtwiri." When
parting with him lie il Your pbrPct..BI XIdi lut
the IUtrm"are' V wy i(,Ttjrtit atiit cannot umlerfitand
ninili." Tina phrce it noted for beingf tlie fl where
the Brent HamMi Wt bia lire lit fllitmf aptin the
Enrluh. in all, aUait Hot) tract wre tiveu awty.aiyi
everal pcr.-nu lj?tenel with earnwUM-. Ieavin!j
Ih-nii-tiu, we mrd several small villain, and about
'i o'clurk reached .S' c a-;r, a village of 50 bonaoa. We
Kpent an hour in pn acliinz to thu people, but tiiey were
-too stupid to inn kc I single inquiry, or own to wuji f a
book.except one old wouiaruwho drank down eveiy word,
boat, went into Uie village ; a good number gathered
around, ami lixteiied to a long diHxiirse, Ko Wioon and
?tM,,.lw.JP.!S Pb&i i41ficit.0"lrvaf Mirgoi
Uioka. t)ne mnn savk, many mouths age he got a book
in Ran''omi, tltut bild him about the eternal God, who
made all Uiings, and about Cbrbi, who utrd to open the
wav for the forgiveness of sin. He says the more he
hn Uiottght of thi the more it sticks in Jjmr that it v
true. Gave bun two tracta, mLLuke and. iuh It
(eeirwan if Satan was ajdi-cp none duj)uto--all are
eager to hear. Oil, Uiat Uie goeuil Uiia day preached
and 100 traets given to this people miglit be blessed to
tlie salmtaim soinerpeiiTiis ulsl , .
Enslirintment of 0 Prietl. ,
a city on die left bonk, containing, some say ten, others
fifteen thousand inhabitant. ' I called on tlie TJovernor,
cud wu treated civilly, but be was a stupid old man,
snd a bigotlnd Boon hint He snid, probably my Teligion
was Suited to fiireiguers, but Uie Murmans choose to
worship (iautlama. ISo (here was sn end to all argu
ment Foreigners chouse to have their cloth cut and
wrapped amnn.t tliem. nofl hut aliipul Itnrmana
Hon in this manner , they generally defend themselves,
or rather their religion, till every shred of it ta picked
in pieces. It is an untkvorable time to vif it Uiis city.
A burman Priest, of some note, Uiey draw opon r csr,
snd fwuorrow, a(e blowing him -m pieces with pnw
def, he will be burned, : The method of enchrining it
thw powdered chsrensl, wrtliT lttthj cerrtriir, rfe pTaced
over 'tlie body, two or Uiree inches in dejitli ; opoti this,
uplit bamboo is placed, ao as completely to cover the
body, except the head ; then with a large cord they
wind the body iroro tue loet 10 tno neck ; tiie cord m
drawn as tight as several men can do it ; 00 Uiia, some
sdhesive plfuU;r w placed, so as to make a smooth sur
face ; this adhesive and hsrdening plaster Is ano put rn
Uie head the whole i then covered with gold leaf, and
placed upon a coffin elevated ten or twelve feet high
all it adorned end painted according to Burman taste,
TJbe wboJecene.trdsy has ben ia chii racier with ba,
Uienium i the frame on which the coffin is placed was
Ciatertad nnon s birire clumnv car. havinir orilv nun ).mw
memMiuie propeny, vrrngm. 1 ue car wkxj in uie mid -
dloof on of the largest streets, and great rmmherwof
leftre ropes were fastened aronnd esrh- axle-tree, and
extended, I should jndge nearly half a mile from th
car each' way. - Every thmg vvm ht reailm, when.,
a irrvis17riw'as' 'directed to a iayst7in which Uie do
vemor and his lady were sestud. ? The word was piyen
by the (tovemnr, and hundreds sndthmt"n4 of voiees
"reecl.oeil t3ieirmE luHtanTfy tlieir strength was ex
erted ; the struggle was aliort ( the car trriuMod for a
few mirrutea, when tlie inpn rave way on one aula, awl
list oUier party raa aw) Willi tlie I'rwM, aliootuig vie
lory one man waa rrndn-d l) death, and otlters inucb
beet. I shnnU think there wrs-winr seren thwoand
pullinf at tlif rr party Uiat ptevaded U lite
honor of shooting and burning the latest Uwoorrow,
The Governor and the great pde ate betel, anakd,
Iaaghed,an4 aw-med K etiioy Uie srene muclLJ'rit
Came Uie danc'iiw ula 'ainl y Wilu fold chains ind
bang lea, and every attM-le 1 on jim-nt Cut heatbea in-
Etiuity couUl devwe, Oh, what areiM (ir angels 10
bidd I several thotuands uf tmunslala rushing madly
to deatxuclioo. From bit heart I puied lliatn, and get
ting into 1 tayat near the river, a large number came
around me, (out uf curaauiy aume) and many of them
listened attentively while 1 toU of tmd and Uie Saviour
AllrnlinH rxritrj bf frrarHiaf.
Anvil 30. Two large villages tm the riirht ataxa, five
or mi mdm ahinre.were pleaaaiitly tuesled amidM groves
or roanfo trees ; taU Uar river be.nj at Una seaumi with
in its tuner Dana, 1 eouii nut gn to uieta wuuoui ua
veiling more (han mile over bank of burning sand.
In the course of Die day visaed a number of small villa
gea, and at evening rearlied Niwagrn, a village of about
M hoooea, on Uie left bank Ko and Ko Han-
bett went into one part of tlie village, and di-puiad till
alto dark, rhane wbsied to read, others sawi It wu
deee ptioTt, ind tuuUhut luok at a book. " I went To iiiVh
liter part of the lor n, sat ouwn u the verandah of a
man w ho was making a small boat . 1 no make huata.
lea." "And can you maka idols ! "), onl ef
irorW." "AmTwben you bave made an ski, do you call
it God, and worship it f Yea, 1 worship it, soeauM' it
is an image of the moat excellniit tod. By tins tune
a great OMiiber had seated themselves snnnd ua. I
said, "According to oVle-gat, GamUma W dead and
annihilat-d ; wUt reward do yoa get by worWupping
his linage ! " I get merit, and by the inflneoceuf merit
1 shall obtain Nik-ban, (sun Illation) or 1 shall arrive ui
die A'st country. " He turned bis head lowards Uie
people and saal, This foreigner think we are ig1s
rant, but let biro talk to lit gnaU King, and see-What
he saya." Fur more Uian so bour 1 made known Uie
gmm of Christ, but could not perceive Uiat it maile
Aprs 'HI I be laird s-day brings along with it tlie re-
eoiixtiori or my desr nftive land, wttere, in thoosarwc
uf places. Uie word of life j preached, and Uie Holy
rtpirus innuaxtee a .-u on hearts 14 niimireosoi
UHiUfnds. Tnrrr is the well rtilt.vated garden ; here
v the-mwubitiied desert Early in the mom:ng wp
earns about ftnir nnb-s to Ye-eep. a Util9 Illlaffe On the
eaet side i Uie river. After morning worJiip, Ko
hiiuin and Ko Hau-loae Went into the village, ami au
aWuibly of about lAaJ tame aiwiud them and listooed
tn the giypel for a Img tune. At length one fi male
Mid, " Una (Jml is the true Godthis doctrine w the
divine nammmicfttion."'' 1'soortfirce otli' rs began to
revile her snid she was a woman, and had no right to
sjieak on such aubjecta ; but the truth had touched her
heart, she aaid, and she had a mind as well as a man.
ftan of Uie people joim-d Oil' ber aula, so thai the con
tention became great. In ajittle time Uie whole town
was in an uproar (sd Ui bead-man came. - l UuosU
ened ine people ; said they bad a Religion good enough,
and so a spersed them, Ab'Hit.furty... incluiliUg Jlu.
boye mentioned B-msie and ber mub, esawe -again M
KoaiMune, Iwteued bng tune, and aaknf kc tracts.
This fiuiiabi stuLas soon as she beard, the truth ahmeii
upon tier mind, and s.'i sa w tastantly Uiat ell her lift
rtrbadbeew-ptarratty wortitppmf -wharmi n tenlr-!
Ktlipvt Korbin-T'm preached With Inore glswaV esvtinat)
pjwer;. rtoa.rilhe boat Uie. "whole djr.rtadinir and
talking to the people who came and sat 00 Uie beach.
I tine JTOOnj ynsn esme; .fie ft noted pr erifher tit flus
part- ot the country.-- 1 road to biut.lhe-wtirile of the
Balabcejjlid atVrwirrli iiexL touch epnversftUon, -ea
iicnlarlv n the two irr"Ht corainnnila. lie. was very
tnudovt m his manners, snd sfetned more Inclined to lu
tua than to apvalu-. 1 canMut- ee pre as the wward eaa
tons of nry hwirt, whrie thinking of the deadly delosion
feigning over a mind capnhlr of gTanping ao bimcu, 0
rriwerPltliie ! 'shi-d abroail thy life gtvipj Spirit, that
Uiose who bear Uie gospnl my reel Ms power 1
A burmun Governor.
April 22. At five o'clock this pioniing, having font
ditciiilca with me, set ofT to vaot an aneieut city, (brrr
halt miles back trom the mer 1 s-gMsjf.
ia Uie oaniuil of a larire district annnaN-isteil to a nsv
phew of U10 King, fbe only thing I admired was thr
majigo.biuyfiiuand ualuujaiu:h hi-
ded almost every ntrt of Uie cilr. 1 called on uie (k
rernor, told hiu .who I waa, and Uvea e&red him two
or three book. lis said he dare not to rrceire Utern,
becesMe lie hid sworn to the King to be Ikrtttfu! till
death. It was in vain that I told bra worshipping Uie
eternal God would not infi inge on hie loyalty to Uie
King1. He was satisfied, tic said, to worship as his Kmg
Hid. When hia breakrta was brmn;ht ui, he raised it
to hie hVdTntwtnjr wvWar Aiitthieesiif Pall. . Tlien
a silver vsse tilled with tea waa rawed, and the same
words repeated. I aaked hun if he prayed to Guadama.
1U said no; it was a wuJi iut Uie appearance of ano
ther Boodh. I tried again and again to interest hie
mind on Uie subject of Kcligion, but he was tHrfuctly
mtt;ifiei wta himself.. And laiw couul it be aUirwis4
All iiia people were on their knees befiire him. adilrens-
mg him by the most "attoring, even blaspheniou's ti
tle ; au the dishes before Dim were gold and aiiver; and
he Jiad only to believe what every one told liim, to think
hiinscl". one of Uie wisest groatust. snd bent of men.
Leaving thu old man. we went into the city, ami
preached about two hours to Uie people ; nearly VUl
asked lor tracts.
a city on the west side of Uie river. We gave away
about 300 tracts, and a great many listened wiUi earn
etnetis to Uie word of God. , Great numbers eame
round the boat, aud stood in Uie water while I read and
explained the cateclumn. Ko Shnon and Ko San-Inns
travelled the wholeday, pnaauig thniagh all the. small
vunios tilt we amvea at ni y-an-gen, a town as large
as Rangoon, on the west side of the river. - They found
many disposed to libten, and hardly one in theae coun
try places manifested much attachment to Boodhiam.
iu a small village, 2 mijes front MryuHntng; they
gavjfc. li or 15 tracta to a.Buuiber of men sitting . in a
xayat, aud lay down to sleep a few minutes. In the
mean lime JM" MKrciar of the city came up,
ami, seeing Uieee books, began to threaten the men-
said they should give up Uie books, and read no more.
This waked up Ko Simon and Ko San-lone. Thev mid.
H yoo ever wed about the eternal God T lie stiid
"No." Thev read the Balance, and a nart of the View
ami then- said, pointing to two large idol which were on
! me oppojute side or wie street, junt nullified at tin:
pense of Uijs mart, "Are thone idols God t or 1 t!
Ooa who made ill ttiinira r 1 he nmn willed f r s
passages in Uie Balance to be read asrain. II..
M!d.TJe?tt JxRika tflUchUis Uue Giai;"' a...i .
not be an I if tied till, h had got one of every !, '
would not let the brethren-90 till victu ji v",
fed snd they hud eaten ' Tl.ns in r, ., .-.." t L....,-
man's violence was turued intogeiii;( ,., .,,..,
piwitiou gave Way to suber inquiry.
, Ojifoattim from UU Makr:
AVy-es-fra, April VL IVIUe suo rise. Ko Khma and
Ko ha -Lais went into one part ul lbs brwn, and I went
into another r w lud Was aa-.ii.Uies, and continued "
disoournng with them till abuut nine, when we return
ed to Uie boat tn breakfast. I found a wan.' pretend ia ' '
to be a Government own, had been three teuing, hi aa
angry juajjurt, the ILrsigusy who owned that boat j tri -ad
to get tlie boat ke frwn the shore, and said We
must at leave instantly, or be sent hack to Rngncn.
Tlie allaelged cnusr was, giving books, and preaching
nerrsy m we coy, 1 nut little agitated at first, rear
ing possibly we night be sent be,k to Rangoiet, and
Urns a deadly blow be riven to uxiuirv. After weivb
mg Uie nibjtt and committing it to f inn wboM Cue J.
we had been aitvocatmg, I felt reauived to remain and
know the worst $ but no further measage came. I Ua '
sent man to rail Uie person who delivered Uie angry
message, but he would not come and finally confess. -d .
that the GoTetnor had no hand inH,iU sowm dm rAe
sveats Mots pal Aiaa op to it, '
"'-ii a 1 1 1 ' , a . " n-iju iiia
. "THE SEVEN LAST PLAGUES."
a f DOTB.
A awf avian a taw s awwr m . s. b aavJ L I.
.oiK'vi"tUt tlie Jl,Uo am tkimbjy. School, m4
Tract, nnd'Ternperaucej cause, villi their kindred ,
aasorwilMoa, were the "Isetm laat llsgtiea" sjkv.
ken of br John in the Heveliitnaia, which ahmifd.
rtait aiid alTlkt Ibe earth." fly 'ar ik nl a stray ""
copy of this new and wonderfully profind expoMt 1
.... - C . L.. r 11 ! . . .1 . 1 ' . .
imhi 1 a propnury, rui uuo tne neirti 1 1 a tavern
ket jier, wlm liad persevhmi most luaufully in rev-
Mating all elLrts to win him over to tlie aide of
Temperance. Having read it, lie was more con
firmed than ever, that, his was a lawful calling '
that he mij(ht sell sj.irits with imptiiHty, and that
the rPiosepi of hi freed.!!, U this rrrpect, were.-.
very pnmerly tlassvd arnnns; the authors of. the.
" Seven last Plagues." Hut tlien hi customer
began to Offline 1 ami In onler to confirm the wa ;
ycrinj, and jurveiif the fotal duarrti.m of hi Pur,---
ie sent rtT for a niimlrr Cf coim of llio "Fvveii
last Pla7ue.'-The Borjkiw r Criliw.lh fllmllii"
onVr, and rtit wjthul t slimy lull to attract polJio
notice. 1'rssj receiving tlie bonks, the tnyemkeep'
cr iuowa.au arouna tut caUUishnKUit toablutl tla:
rwwt suitable place fir posting up the till, that all
might see with advantage, the new commodity ),,
had for "tale At lust, he nitrlvei tinon tlie very
front of the bar; and there evert one wlm entctej
the room cntflj not full to aee, in larire rapitaln. 1
THE SEVEN LAST PLAGUI ,
rot IUC BEJlbV
A motto more appropriate, could not be select d
dr the bar of a tavern. Ami ho had tlie nvirtili
f atHKif to. M Jhat hi inxk-iy tapriu tUe.auje
of bia book, waa IW tiMmiMrif pwrtmgmny
now oavinyany pinnrriritercouio with Ihoae h-
tjnhl rdrowpa rt pCWctkhjul iytiUU
but too luimliar. And every ime saw, sooner thnn
lie, that he hadjtiuiulfciiliotuJIy. given Ue Uua
wvwkuu uHvw-uu oci'utwiion. :
TV is no absurdity too iivoiistnaw to he bwbL.
liiwcd W Imman Deings. -Thrw-iloVt Ttotron thuf
W prwewlcif (nm JIib. .hewiluVrod hrain d ua ;
IgiMtnuit stupid fanatic, wa never ao coarse, so
balpwldy WHisajnsiral, an not to find aotjic bilicvcis.
WitMtsai the wretched inrpxrturw got up Iw'o or
thtc years ago, by the Key. Edward Irving in
Loutkw ; a humbug ao tittetty bare mvdfiolirh tbd;
otm Would suppose it too irrnea to ininnse on tl.o
fiell inltdlett of a cbjld.lialf a duaen year old ;
and yut it has nopporters and proselytes, A ln'e
iuan paper gives an account ot a srene, rr cut."
ly played oil in a country town, at which oi.e h u i-
ly know whetlier to be inoot amuxed or iin!i;'iiiu,t
It aeenia that a UKWting of the bretbrenViKi ei h ,
.WKkpf.the .New l,iglitj " y. h. ! ' r
the purpiiee td" , conaiikiriiijr tlie slight prn'- e s
which the rKiircb niade in 00111118. As ' . ;
they bad aietVllva fcrnmle " aneej," s ulieis r .r : i,
set up a horrid arreani, cVclunng that ui,U !,..v. ,
were in the rtaun.. One of the brethren heii-iir"ii.
it ia snid, put his hands into his pocket ami walked
0,V I W '"'P Oisc-over wliut giu it wn
which preveiited the incrcaf of the thurch. Af
ter a great deal of tnaiKEiiveriiig, it was (inind that
one of the brethren was making bjve to two of the
eitdera at the same time. The angi-1 said the'hin
nnwt be put away and she spoke in an unknown
tongue, ejucularHijr Zom; ztm f fort.; (010 ln till
the htine rang with the aoundj. alluring this ex
trnordinary exhibition there was great sibiiig and
weeping among the air terhood. ; and the exciteimiit
atltoit bocanie so greut, and the noixes so unearth
ly, that they gave the whole anneiril)ly a sybilina
ajipearance. Tlie thing end.l in the ii-tnale ntieej
Jfe?ii ibJ;.":ri"S brother to marry am tU
siaters. -A'eie York Triii7er, - -
. . A RECLAIMED ERUNKARD. ' ;
One signal and well attested case of rw lunrntion
from the beastly habits of .intoxication like timt to
which we now allude, and which v.ag brxaielit aljout
by A judicioiis application ,f moral reme-lir U
worthniore thun alt the intemperate difluiiiutiot,,
of furious trulofn upon thia titul niH'stion. 'l ira
ubjoet'of Uu notice was bom to BCluei . e ; :;'i, d
with high intelli clual emlowinenti, ii),.,ri whi. h
PareM (l' ,'ion h-.-t(iMcd the add,timia ,)-
vantage! that an eve. '!, nt cluciitiou vm.hl imjiiuf
-Jift:.Wai IummUhih- in j ( ..iiinminhly and oe,
COHipIisdii'tl in bin ii ,i!u;i , iind in,l,-e, possessed.
all of thu I t!.m
hnppy, re i i
Stlns ! b'rett r f..., i 'it'
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hi. c ol'llii; euurtiiaii vi-
)! ii'iily.iii'o pi-ssi(,u
i.uinj iifli-T youtlw in
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i i iji!',i'i k-iVldi'o', nnd f
ii 1.", 10011 became a mirnl
y .conwqiterice, hi riches na,s
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1 1 ! 1 f 1 u nut .T 1. l...,,.1-
M'i'tv tinj -di-igrace, ho (omied flie . ,..! , , '
. i.i ii!y liruaking o.Ttlio vico he was u ' i