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u. Austin & r. v. risiinu. i
LDITQUt asp ruoi'BiLrunn. t S
no. vi, or vol. xix
HAI.kilWItY, C, JULY lil), lK;j.
TTItlS " n aubatantial ftwt, rffr
' kiul tWr-er fciend, built eiprMty f.r the
inie brtaata this place, Oaorgelowe and Chaik
Ion, will in a vary short tiue b i nadmtw to rs-
freight. - J ' :
' fchii'P-f Confidently aaaurrd that tit iae rf
B Jo rivef tnnr goni win rw ueiainro, at
uflkioul number of lighters ! Wl provide to
assure lbs debvery ofgijods," directed t U ship.
j i -ii,;. k.L. - . . ' '
President id McrchsruV aod Plsaler'- b. It. Cum
! Chmw, July 4tM?3 .;
. ' . -,. :
, gjgtt if Jtartl CroliMt Jigtmrrf ecunJf.
)URUANT previuuo'y ivn, a mfets
bis Mmbf of lbs Cnuews trrl UMrieu n
I ti bouw of Girf4 Cct( , eq ih I V:b f4 iir.
ld lur lh irprw f Ukinff ma eo't.lTitKa iir
(ipodMocyof eUtiuaiiif.lbl CrfUtore fuf diruitui
of it eowniy l Vooirxff. t'iX. '
vuctlUd le lit Cbir, nd ktvioj ixoned
wt of H nnw'inf . CmamiiU tppomlail, coo
Vxjaf of lh JUIovtnf BtriMd rmtlnr ; i. K.
IL IHi Cpt 4- r.r, J. Kdll. M. V
n, 1L U. lUrwoud, I. tint. m4 M.
11m CwntnittM btrinf taken into ennaiJmtkw the
(net I aitmtioo ol lh Coaoljr, ti Wmf oerif 'flwllj
livkled ii t0fri(f7 d boputtUMl f tlx treat ladkln
r l'4c Ri I tad U kcUua of 0 Cot
fiaat u bemr Ucd two a1 bait, at Ihre bUm
Xut, ef nid Rirof. Ibartbf kapaaiof unual Ml of I
iul lrM tbm m tonMg. m umi poritoa 'i im
Curat oo Via m J of U Ktter m auondiaf
Toarta. :&. mxrfled th illowkir rtwlulion, bks
m aaaiaMualf adodtad ! " ' " , '"'
RtU, TUt it would 1 rrwtty to lh tdnotir
af ibr CrtitcfM to bf mM CodntT diridcd,nd Unt
4attn will, tHiro, k n.r to tlw iwt irv
aliiortof JiinbCroJiM, S)Cciiiiinoi JJcxiifomrry
oouat. lt Ymiio. r I ode Uivr to M tiM Hof.
'TIlBTnRD-CATCIlEa AXU IUS CANARY.':
'Ia tbe town of Clerea, as l!uj!iA aoriUeiaan
Wu raaidinfi wilb-a Pruaaias family ,-auhrijf the
lima of lha f-ir, rkk wa'ahall peat prer, bnwtnj
otbiitf reroarkal'ta to diating'ttan il from n:hcr arv
wal mo tin j where people auetnbla'to' atarw it,
fheat etch other, and diver tbemaolreey aod lo
pond Ibe ynor'e aavinga in buying thuaa bartaina
wbkn would tare been prubaWy bHter bought at
borne. , One d iy aJer dinner, aa l!e rlenMrt wki
j-jat brought oo the table, the trarelluig Urrman nw
ncwDt, wbo commonly ply the nouace at IhAae
timea, prtaentad Ibemaelvee, and were tuO-md to
pUy and Jual aa Ibey were making their bowt for
tbe nxmey they received fur tbeir barmooy, t wrd
eatcber, who had rendered himeelf ftmnoa for edu
cating and calling forth tbe Ulrata of the feathered
race, made tu appearanea, and wai well receired
by the party, which wai namerouaand benevolent.
The Duaiciani, who liad heard of (hit bird-catch,
era- fame, begged perminaion sto atay J and the
master of the house, wbo bad a feat aim re of good
auure, inamea yieir eurwaiiy a curiosity, in
deed, in which tvbri ood particip8tdv for all that
be beard or aeeo of earnea nigvajsperdogi,
atd boraea, waa aaid to be eitinniuhed in the won
earful wiadotn which blated in the geniua of jlbia
bird -eatcber a canary TUe canary waa produced,
aad tlta owner haransoed him In lhafollowinz rnao
aer,-eJaeinr"fcim ttporr ; Hrjfore-fifllJi)Ir
jewel, you era bow in Iba presence of paraony of
great eagmcttr and honor 1 take heed you do not
deceive the axpcctaliona they4 have, conceived of
ynu trom the world a report J you have aot laurela j
beware, then, of errinj; in a word, deport youreelf
bka toe btjoatna jewelof the canary, buds, aa
you certainly are.". . All thie time tba bird accrued
to liaten, and, indeed, ptneed Jiiinaelf ittbo true
alHitude I of attention, by eloping tii faed (0 the
aw of tba man, and then distinctly nodding twice,
when hi muter left o(T apeaking? and if ever
aod wera Inlo'lli-ribla and pmn.iaaory, theao were
twa of them- -Thal'a jood 'Baid the master,
pulling off hi bat to the bird. J "Now, then, lot
.Mjca. X. yafL u canary of bonor--Giv ft
tune;" the canary aang. . Pabaw f lhai'a loo
barab 'tia the note of a raven, with a' hoaraenes
lipao bimraomething pathctic.,, tVTha canary
whwtled aa if hi little throat re re) changed; to
brt i raatBr,'. aaya the man V elower wrv
wall what a 1aguo ia this foot about; and ihia
jiltle beadt No wonder you a re 'out, Mr Dijou,
hn yon forgot your time. - That a a jewel bra
o! bravo! my little inanr; All thai he waa or.,
oared, or reminded of, did he do' to,' athnfralion.-
. Bna foot 'beat t ime hurrtorod -the. voria
lion both of ton? and movement f and M the sound
f M a just echo of the sense,' according to- the
f?'' f jrrticiil,, and fas tfBR4f ttejof
.winramuin viufup uiqtu mxtlltvu
from all pan of the dining-room. ' Tbe mutictana I
lOTicai composition. - IJravol. bravo 17 re-echoed
!area the canary bird waa a greater master ol
mic than any of. their band. And do you not
Jliow your sense" of lhia civility air J" cried 'the
wra eatcher, with an angry air.,. TW canary bow.
a most re!wctfullyw lo.Jhe.'.gret. 'Might "of the"
company. Ilia nost achicvemeut was going through
Jneinnrtwl exercise wilha afrtiw gun, after which,
. My poor Biirm.',Bva llm nnrr. tlinu tin! hA
lt tlniu t . 1. - . ' n L- I i.
, ,u iiuho couneay. iiio dito uere
crossed bin taper legs, and sunk,' and rose with aft
jse and grace that would have put half jnur aub
criplion ar-aembly'.bcllca to the bluish". That's
f bird 1 and now a. bowj head and foot corres.
pooding." , Her tlie striplings for ten miles, round
Vdin miht havo Mushed also. Let us finish
. t hornpipe, my brave little fcllow that'a it-
lid rurrj(, ill) t.l. h LW 4 iJff Maitv
rd -wind )i tho i !l)Mi bu b t'J lL
CUM Mlied, M tll Willi .r l(rtrtiq.Ml M
WHl Ihrif f lining.,) lull LiUa f ad.i.
riin.. .inj-iu liiuiMll ana i; rt t!ia iacftd
thl of t.,,H., HKj .lk lW I,., la pU,,,, ,(1(,IcmUom, iml In n.iUiil. II i . tjM w
. I ' IT . . . ' k a 1,1, L aa. aa l,. avt I af tt,1,.U f,,lk HJiW ft.atir.
CirolKd an . ia,lbat Ululej ,ka U rorHi-
V'tntoT . "Tliwi taat dn a5t niv but.
Jinj bnrly, aaid lb manar, cn-Mng bi f
llfrfd aarvanl no. Hi-n Ukt Mp, bW I
Ink hy flr. IIfreuMn ib rt'iarjr acitl inti
eoiriirfit kijn.U-f, ao dk h Clr 4 tkpf
p'M (fo4, Ar fcHlllmj mm thwi tb rtbrl,
ihro oodJiflg, iJhmi dr)ii(ig au mach on oti aid,
(hit 111 haixia bf Mtraral f lbs ttmiuf,
UrtuUd out U m kiN from fclt.nj J and ju.( a
Ihoaa birwa pprtct4 bia faiUr, auiOuly rt
ciertii(, ami druppn.g mttrb ot lU nr at
laflKtb ilfp acinrd In Gi itim U a trad poMtiMi,
UruiMi lit owner duk biia from bit (wiprf, aod
Uid but flt on I'm fU, km Ua msn aawrad
ba wmiLI rinia i (unI um abtfp, wh.la
ha bintaririaJ ttta bmr W da hi bM to 111 v?
tb btoivaU- Aecnrdmgtjr, "fltf dtUMnxY'tfvm
of wino, in 1b pnnrwa ukin)f, which b
iilrrrupiad bv Ihw ttnarjr bird fl.rinjtmj auddonljr
up la aMrt bia rigbi In a ahara, rrally ptuii lm
bill bill into U4 fUm, Bad tin Uyuijr kinMrlT
d-iwn lo a) two aaio i iIm woer callod bnw aaw-
tj follow, od began ta ahow nfl" bia wwa iaoVpan-
cnl pnwera of aoUrUuMnsr. IM orM uf thM
lay chiefly in balaoeiag with a tobacco-pipe, while
1 l-j .1 , .. .
no an jaoo wun Boomer ; aua aevrrai 4 ins p4
tmne were so difficult lo be preserved, yet main.
Uinrd with aucb oVimriiy, lbl the retvral alien.
tioa waa fixed vpoq hint. Pat while he was thus
eihibilia'ff, a bug-e black cat. which bad uocn. no
doubt, oa the ait h, frota some unubaerved eoroer,
aprang upon ihe table, aitaJ the poor canary ia
its Di'rulb, and rutid out of Ue window in dtupile
if alt opjoiti.in. Though Joa dining-room was
emptied in an intant,i( waa a vain purvn't 1 the
bft $t lb bird, was gotH.iridiu maMgled Wy..l
ornugbl in by tbe onlorluiiatc owner in such Cis
may, acconipatiiod bv such looks and Ungoage, aa
must have awaken! pity ia a taiaanthrope. r He
preaa anni( nau-iengtn over tho Ub;,' aud
nvHtrnrd bitf canary-bird with the nxist aindisarm.
bled sorrow. .' M i ell mav I grieve fur the,'jti
poor liule thing well my 1 grieve 1 mure than
fuue-yrars bast thott (bdfron my hand, drtmk from
my lip, and slept m my bosom. I owe to iliee mi
aupportiy domiid, mv streutin, and my happi.
ooaa J Withoot thee, what will become 1 met
Tbou it. waa tlial didt insure ray wslcorhe ia the
best companies. . It waa thy- geotu eoly rbademe
welcome.. Thy death i a just puowhnwut f mv
vanity I bad I rait -4 00 thy happy powers, all had
been wen, ana trtou ndt been perched on my 61
ger, or lulled 00 my breast at ibis momeni I - Bui
trusting to my own talents, and glorifying" mytetf
in them, a judgment baa fsllea upon me, and thou
art dead and imocled en this table Accursed be
the hour I entered thie bouse I and more accured
the detealaldeinonsler (hal killed I 'ice I . Aecureert
be myself, f r I have cooiribuudl I oeuhr not to
have taken away ey eyas when Ibine were closed
in frolio, 0h. Cym t my dearest, ooly- ByoU I
would I jrera dead alsol" " ' 'c f ' J
-Aa near aa the spirit of Ms disordered mind ran
be transfused, sued waa ihe language. and sentiment
or tbe hirlorn bird catcher, wboae despairing mo.
lion and frantic air no words can paint. - II took
from bis aockef tittle green baa of faded velvet,
and drawing front out of it soma wool and cotton,
that were the wrapping of whistles, hird-calla, and
other instruments of his trade," all of which be
threw on the laMe,' Mas in scorn, and making a
ejch,-pkc4 tire tWtilated IrinW b'nd ravaged fra-
tbers of hiscnnary upon it, and renewed his amen
latious. ' These were now ' much aoflened, aa is
ever the case wlien the rage of grief yielJa to it
tenderneMf wheo. it ia too, muoh overpowered , try
the eflcct to advert to the causa. : Il is needles to
observe, that every one of the company aympa-
tbiied with him t ou( none rinre than the bend of
musician, wbo, being engaged ia a profession that
naturally keeps tbe sensibilities mora or lest in eg
erctse, felt 'the disfreM of the poor bird-man with
peculiar force. It was really a banquet lo aee these
people gathering themselves into a knot, and, after
whistling, wiping- lbeir ryet,'and blowing .their
noses, depjte one from anvrogut them to be the tns.
dhMnrif eonvejrrfjr, into-the pocket of the-bifd-msnlthia
the very conlnbution they had jual before received
for tlieir oWn eflrls. .The poor fl-llow perceiving
ihem, took from the pocket the little parrel ittey had
rolled up, and brought with it, by an unlucky acci
dent, another little- bag, at Mho sight ol which he
WAs extrernely agitated ; for H coulnined the canary-seed,
thn food of the ."dear 1osC companion ol
his heart.' There itno giyiog Janguage to the ef.
feet of this trifling cirtumctsnce upor the poor fal
low he threw down the contribution-money that
he had broughf Trorii hi piicket along- with 'it, not
with an ungrateful, but a desperate band.. He open
ed the be 4, which was fastoned with ed tape, and
tbkiniTioT somafrfTtirswdrJurir wthe rery bill
of the lifeless bird. excfalmui2TMNoi TKwTWiolii
Wl lire llivivo. un u n..oi..., "T-l (" " " J
no lhoii can'nl not tiff k any moraoUt tihis Land
that hna been thy fireding-place' an many years t
thou can'fl norremerober how happy we both were
when I bmigbl this bag lull for thee I . Had it been
filled with gold, thou Iradid deserved it ? shall
be filleJ and with golH," aaid -ibe master of the
house, " if I ctaild aflhrtf it.- The good man rose
from bis seat, which -had been long uneasy to bim,
and gently taking Hie ba, pot into it some silver,
who win rciuse to toiiowmv example t ti ivnot
. 1 s .... f 1 ... ....
t lubscription for nifcre chnrity ; .it ,1. J tribulg to
one of the rarest things in the whole werld hame.
!y, to real feeling, in : this snphnaicsl, pretending,
paradingsge.I If eyet the passion of love and grati.
uide was in tbe heart of roan, it is in the heart of
ihat unhappy fellow i and whetlier the object that
calls out such feelings bo bird, beast,, fish, or man,
it u alike virtue
rtuCj ftod-ought to be rewarded." -a lot
. -, fe
f Tin; .f.r. orTinitTV. " "
. i i U U" ti
ll On4 W tUl l f lWlr lnt
minil arrtilriuir( (, m itfj, Uml LHpiJ ti) f (!
prvm4 lti grn am. i iImj i if hk! im.
ioy. Ii i ib u in ii mi i ili lull fnKn Im i
bk do im lv va cfttMKMii 4 txif jxiriwy
W xa K A Uthutd u a prufuNi i-fW iiUi llimv I
o-m (fiin naif wtlravcraa xtra bir rW,wnh
ucti ;f UMf tr agia thati fiud lb
tarn- , . -
Gfj U U rti of atdtfoJuf In Uit ftiwor, ' i
Tli aprin Uto bi-ib(f itf if it j vp, TbeaKW'
mf k ao ttturo, ' ' .
, Vt ajwd a war kiU ib lima fa by. '
, '..,... v..
. It'll luna did Utiua la ibo flnwtra, aJ -
'Br utoua Bwat unnnr1 44 I tr., ,
a , a . a a '
AiJ wiJifiatbabaai '
rrwIl,dui flowery awilj rwt lima t apant I"
W nvgltt iben id pawaf ff a wbilo-la f? jew
I La Pa at to jHlUof arnuud 9 tbj lorinnrira and
Iba winilnga f prwact9 t r iUt tlaav light
rf part of our dL.tli.iea l 'omtiplrkil I W ibf
arara haa U-juo ihal oar lUlic and our error
bate onftcoe u tie tba wMMtitora of wii)'xn i fuf
aiiic iIh-m are lU Intjuiea wl.irh lata eiacta frmo
mortality, they are o4 to tly rgre(ted, tut to
bw a-'U-uiiily twhiwiJ, AixJif wear paueuateJ
I ',n thouttht, our imt becotaea I ha atiehtieid
. 1.- r . . l:. t t. - .1 -
preacher lo ir future. . Ivnikuig back over the
tombs of departed error. WS behold, by ths side of
sacn, the lace ol a warning angel I , Ii Is the pray
er of a oolih heart, Oh, that my time could re
turo I rh that til had beet) dune or thai could be
undone rWether should we rrj. ics last sslung a sea.'
sko of reparation yet remains lo u,aad Ibat eiperi
encs has tsugbl 0 ths lesarin of suflcriag which mads
nvn wise. - IViadofn is an acouaitiow purchased lo
proporiiue to il diaai-poifltuiont which our own
frailiiirs haeeMiedorvnu. For no.ooe. jf
tsegfit by lbs suiHaringa'ot anothfrl V'e ourvelm
must have ft It tbe haraing ie order leshua the Are.
To refer sgsia'la Ihs beautiful purm 1 bavs alrea
dy quoted, the flowers Ibal wrrep .
V- ' bi 'IV4M " tMu. ixl omamsst, ; -
, StrK tvjn df atb for ewr a 'J-
V At the age of ibirty, rr.uet men' charactert rx
peioncea revnlution. : Tbe common pkasurss uf
the world have been la at 4 to thai full, and begin to
pull.'- W'e have rediiced to the soheriog teat uf re
alrty the vUions of youth we tv. longer expect ;
ibat perfuctioo te our ejiecies which lair inetpa.
rieiice ( firaf forvtokJ we no kmger chase frivoli
ties, or bone chimeras. ' Perbapa sue nf Hie my
usofun loaaoua ibat di-aippm.iiui4 has taught its is
true estimate of love. For at oral we are tni.
apt to Imagine inat Wnm.u tMior partM-r will)
ourwlvss in the frail'iesof buinsuitv) must be per
fret j thai the dreams of Hie poets have a corporeal
g, and that tud has ordained te es that so
clouded nature, that unchanging devotion, that as
rsph betrt, which it has betxi th great sice of fie
tun) Tn attribute, to the daughters of clay. And, u
hoping perll-cti'Ni, with bom 'roucli excellence hav
we hern discontented t to how many idols have w
changed bur worship I '.Thirsting fur the golden
touuism ot toe wuie, irom ew many si res m uavs
we tifmod away, weary aad in duguet I Tbe ex
neriencs thai teaches us at last ths due eatiiDate of
woman, haa gone faf to instruct .u in the cuims.vQ
ton. . .'..-1 k 1
Not lea important is the lesson which reaehee
Oa not to measure mankind by ideal standards of
morality for lo in)ngim too f.Hnlly that men are
a a a a Jt .t" a
gnus, is to ena oy oeiievin mat incy a.e aemooa.
rhe-youiig pas uaoairy through ft period of mis
anthmpy, and the toisanthmpy ia. acute in projmr.
tion te llwir own generous coufidonce in human ex.
cellence, We.least forgive tkulta in lhoe from
whonj we the most expected excellence. V Dul out
of the ashes of - misanthropy benevolonce rises 4
gain we find many virtues Where we had imagined
all waa vice; many act of diainterested friendship
where we had fancied all was calculation and fraud;
and sn, gradually', from the two exlisuies we psst
lo the proper medium and feeling that no human
being ia wholly good, or wholly base, we learn that
true knowledge of mankind which induces us lo ex
pect little and forgive. much. Tbe world cure a-
ke the optimist and the misantbrope. nhout
er prudence iu the a flair of lifu, nor tolera-
ion for contrary opinions we tempt Jhe cheater
ami Ihen condemn bio we be live so atnmg in one
fni'hr that we would .sentence diKSAot tenia ben
tics. It 1 experience alone lhat teaches us (bathe
wImj ! diHcreet is seldom betrayed, and thai out of
the opinions we condemn, spring nflen the acUons
w admire. ' v ,i :'r.:'--'''''':.'-'.-.
At the depntture of youth, then, in recollecting
and Invostigating our minds, wa should ibel our.
selves imbued with these ' kssons (ir our future
euidunce vit: a knowledge of the true propor
tion of the paasiona, so as not to give tdi one the iin-
petus "which stiould wr shared'tiy allj a conviction
nf itirt idbitrM nf iwttvtiliinrla which demnnd Inrcre
men which ahull neither magnify rior dwart'the at.
tributes and tnalenufi of buniart nature Frnm
these results we draw conclusions to moke' us, not
only wiser, bo better men. The. years through. 1 rtinlJ ahall n-rt let this caairgn wthej-iry up
whic h ave have passed have pmbRbly developed to such evidence; and the case, aa our informant
us whatever capacitie we posaesa, jhey have inught MojipiyJ:-; f,f f ,,:, (
ostn what we aie most likely to excel, ana lor
what wt, frd most fitted. We may iome now with
Aod iu that 1 incline to believe, that we iHig'! lo
prefer; that career from, which we are convinced
our .minds and tempers will derive the greatest
share of happine oof disdaining the, pursuit . nf
honorst or of wealth, or (be allurement of a social
career but calmly balancing the advantages And
the evils of each course, whether of private or of
public of retirement or of crdwdi, and deciding
on euch acepj-ding, uo to abstract rules,, nut to
' 1 -
vagus iiKiima tm lb 0'Hliin2,,, f fame, or the
f")f iliiu), tut seroribu; te h ycvUtt b
i.d te ii.pi' r d our nunda. " IW l.nl to Ii hap.
.ina, six! rrt In ber. This mo can Jy
bees the tn rmwitsvaiid tt.at tin",,U in ..i!.,J..
riu ia tin r.Mf lo K qui'-t is" 4e batura, ui
U vo.lofallanniriloal4aiHhr, Let each cbotMS
his career according te the dictates tf bis ewe
bfaat I and lhia, n4 from the vulr doctrine that
tmr own bappineaa, as hsppinss only, is le be mi!
U ing $ end simI aiis, m tninUs ng tuly and no-
ttly rmiiiiuiel liters are aims est tif ouistlm
strsicer than tMichl nfVIf ) ImI because a mind
04 at cava ta Nrrly virtuwev , Happiness and vir
lue real pp. each oilier the Wvt are sk4 only the
batiH's4, but 1Im iappi4 aruMuy tL Ul
T1e f.JUing nice catculsiion. from a Bilii
Jourmd, ba ttte impuilaace id lbs Coltn Imt!
lu (tn-at Ilnlain iu a verv ronaoieuous n-aniri
There was sent Cr Leoiloo, U?ly feoa Pais
ley, a oikil piece N piiM!in,sbuul 00s puoud wiUI
Die liurforv af which is aa follow 1
" Title wool came from Nsw Orbmns tn Loud'
frmo Loti loa it went Into IncHerl.ie, whers
it waa ftusiiuTacldred into Jre front Mancheater
it ws seot to P-ul.-y, where il waf woven t U was
aenl to Avrahirs) neat." where it Wat tamboured
afterward it Waa roovsyed lo Durobartn. wbeis
it was hsnd-seweiL and again rtturnH 14 raidey
bee it waa sent to distant part- of the county of
Knolinw, to be Ulsached, and returned 10 l atatey
hence it wu aenl to (Jloacow and waa finished
and from fJUeow wu sent per eoarb lo Lowdon.
It U diflkuli preciw ly te aseerlaid the Jtnie taken
te bring this article tu market, but It mar be prel
ty near lh frvrth to reckon it three years from Iba
urns 11 was pacaeu in America, mi m cmo it ar
rived in lbs mere bent's wsrshouaain Ixnidn,whiib
er it must have been cite ed 3,000 miles by ses
and DiQ by land, and coninbuled to reward sokes
than Idll poo(ile,'wh'e scrvicss were necesaary
theeefTtagwetl fHenasvres4biesAU Sjuaoti-
tv of eottofi, by wbicN the value bssboeo advanced
9,000 per cent. What rs said uflbi one piece, w
1i crijit j f ro inconiiderkble part of the trade.
r.Jucntlo.- T1e Amerkan pari'M does aft In-
iilaticc t' bia child, which he Can never repair, fir
which no inheritance can coiuoensale, who rvlue"
to give bun an educatbai brcniuw) be b n4 Intetil-
ed f r a KarnoJ profeiajliin. Whatever be may In
lend, be cannot know to whet" bis son may come
aod if there should be ifi cbaage lit this rwerl,
will a liberal education be had upon htm, brciuer
be 1 not a tavyr,aduciitr,or edivmeT, noihiiig
esn be ttvwe untrue er pernicious tbae 0 i nfioiMn
! U ImnoaMMe In Imairioe a riiiz aof this cosi
mooweatin to be in an) situaiiun in wbtch the dm
eipline and aebrevemeut nf liberal educiioi
however variiajs and sxti inkxl, Will not have v. due.
They will give him rottaiuVralion and Usefulness,
Inch will be eoenand f it in his daily intercourse
if buainesw er bksur they will give bim weight
red worth as n member or watefy, and be never
fuio'ig aovrre of honor ld, viriuwosand laming en.
pjynieiit unJir au ctittiinsf utters, and in every sta
non in life. ,Tby will preserve I11111 from thede
luaion of dangeroo resoris, Hud ths aeductiuua ot
degrading and deatruetive . ". '' ;;.'
. 1 lie zamblinff lab e will not be YeaortsJ lo. t
hasten; the alow and liatleas sti p of thc, when the
library offtrs a surer ami more aftraciivw wajfee.
Tbe bottle will not be applied lo, to stif the Un.
gutd spirit to icluut and uuhjibv when, Ibe magic
of ths poet ia at band to rouae the imagination and
prof -its- Greinimi womlers'tnt the sou I,v .Such
gifts, such acnuiremenla, will make their possessor
a true ineno.a more cneriHitea eotiipanioa, a mors
interesting, beloved and loving bubund, ft niore
valuable and reaprctablo parent,
A SoliloquitLigJiiJet.-' A learned imige, whose
reliinous bias is noionouily stronc, waf presiding- in
the trial of a man chargod with stealing a " fuggou"
The case ws as clear aa day more than one wit
beas bad seeu Ibe prisoner, enter certain propeity,
that was not his owoj but this waa not enough for
lawyers. . Thev must of course bring drwerd a
faggot, and call upon the witness to prove its iden
tity. The, faggot waa unicruputonaly' identifn d,
&Kh!! Judge, while making bi
lh 'teunietaitce, said (nertFaighiriu
to himself bit he baft e habit occasionally of soli
loquwing in raiber loo loud a kry,)a Why, how ran
be swear that's the same figgot -one 1 faggot's a
much like another aa one egg'a like hnothcr,
This, was heard by Mr. C l' ,tho counsel for
the prisoner,' wh6 was seated Just, below , his lord
(hip; he instantly started, up, and,' recalling the
Witness, aatd, "Sou nave sworn that this ia tbe
same faggot you saw the prisoner take. Why,
bow can you aear that it a the sameT Unn lug-
got's aa much like another a one egg' like anoth.
the learned judge, dropped hi pen, and fixed
his eyes expressively uponHlie counsel.' - M r. P.;"
said his lordslilp, inn. very riloijin lone, soinewhatJhigh pressure stemboataout of sight in no time.
the finger of God in this cnas : and that vary reflcc
100, in tliet-very form of words you employed was
through my mind at the moment it ncc tired to yours.
Devotion to Study- Incessant labor intense in
Uottinger protestors, paving lull ue ot.hia limbs,
ssmired me he bad not Jeft his house" for thtrreeh
year.' -The, loiiget .walk he took as from, bis
sleeping apartment to his observntory, both being
under the same roof, 'all his adventures were lit
erally .'by .the fireside, and all his migrations from
the blue bed to the brown., Another wai pointed
out tome who, in addition to his public duties. had
read fourteen hours a. day, without intermission J
from lbs time b w mttyearibM. Oo .; ,r,.
tlin dy bs read Mity rrra ; b if, 1 t ' t u( ( ,1
eui.b truniM-y, ba rM noil mamij t!.r-i L uit t ir.
Iior'lban usual. . Jow all (hi i a. 1 .late f .I.y
'Ii. vain d.i ye rit aa er!y ul , ja t.U rt ti'
Ts) 01 leilve h'lur of actual inn-;;. ( t -., A 1 r.iorl,
te lb couraa of iba teeuty fuur, lie r , .. r 't .,r ai.y
maa wh wtafiea tu keep tba liiM.i.il ; nrrnlatir g
briakly thniugh loalraina. IVj rm ,J i.f ll,,, abiJrs
soinscirrulaiMti, tb brain turn nmuMy j ainl in ;ul.
dy brain breed m2jfi.f;i'a( iiroo4
CONGRU'WIOXAL PLnCTlON J.
Reprswntstivs in Conjrea ir t be cbfen la
f u,eei) pistes Ibe preaem yrar, and ths t! tdxm
will lak place io the f. llowmjr onb ri, ,
Itoointna, 11 Monday in July.
' VernwMit, lt Tuea)ay ia Bete0iUr.
Alalne, Vl Monday in Brptemler. . - .. '
Uaorgia, lt Muoday in October.
Arkansa, lat MundtV in OuluUr. .
Kwlh Carolina, Sd MoniUv ia Oc r,
. New Jersey, 8. TueIy 10 October.
Pennsylvania, Vd Tualy ia October.
Ohio, 2d Tueaday lit O0I0W. ,
' Nsw fork, lat Monday in November. .
. Maatachuseltt, 2d Monday la NovemUr.
IKIaware, 2d Tueaday, la November. '
' TbeelKtioo in Louiaianft eoromenced July 24
and continued three dayaWuj Alia.
...-. 1, THE CASHMERE SHAWL
Caabmers aliawts are manufactured in tbe va!!iy
of Csmere alwee, whence they are sent to fJu.
rat, Dengal, or le other part of lodis, and fnJ
their wiy through these channel sll over the
wiirld. Ibe snaoulacturea rive employment U .
60,000 men, and activity to 18,000 Ux-ma. Tbe
wool of which they are tnsde is not proJuced in
tbe cwurtry, but is brought from Tlolt, w hi-rs it
is an article of exteesire trafTitf, ..rejlatfd.with,-
(Vreat jeafowsy il is originally of a uark gray to
or, and i blearhed ia Co Inner. The yam oflbia
woul is slstwsd with such colors a miy be t::; I
best suited br sate, and after U-nz woven. t!.s
pise is once washed. Tbe burderv, which uJ
ally diaplay ft vsrtefy of figure and ru! ,r, ire it
tarhed to the ekewls after fabrication, but in ao rm a
a manner, that the junction is not dnKtrnabla.
The shawls uauatly eonit of .three sizes, Uo of
wbkh, lbs bsg srtd mall scputre, which are inc .n
m si uas in lodui, are lbs sort utually sent to I'
land r ths other, long and very narrow, with a lrr
utixturs of black in themare worn as a girJ: by
rnaoy ff the Asiatics, They ar generally U 11
paira r the price varies according to the quality.
and bfconviJortbrv 'enhunerd by the in!rilKilts
f Awvr work ..Fr the " rtncltah umi'-' t, thne
with colored, grouad and bandaouie rkh Lur.'i r '
and flower arw nvt. esteemed tbe plain whiis
abawU, being closely imitated in England, are sel
dom rn" demand. According lo Mr. Starcbey, ot
more than 3),000 shawls are mnda on an average,
at Cashmere, in. one year. Fnm ttte I at of Janu. .
ary to ths 17ih, of October, 1S-I3, lbs number ex
ported from D'Miibay waa 3,419. Uuti henhurer,
The Captain of a strain boat cn-ir"l ia the V-el
river trade bss informed us, altliourh we are in
etiood to think lie Was jdung, that a wealthy indi.
vrnual lip thai way baa tamed and traintid a cu.
pie ut alligators ao that tbey will swim in barneys
and haw snl geft about s regular a oxen, i'a
well, Weed, have they been broken that tharow,
rner iremwntly tackle them up, hitcbi tiiom to a
liXtUJ-lwU." Jlud eniiseaoUait l!i l 1 v wis se.d pones '
when ibe waters are too high lo admit of bit rt.
tRf . horseback, , .r r; ,,"' ".."-"T
Oa ft lata occaai.wi, ehilo sailing along e lictly un.
der the bank ot bnyou with his "cntitr " bar.
nessed in abreast, b waa seen by a hunter, who
sun out , r - '.,. , . . . ,
s w I say tliere I hallo I drae your .dug-out astern
and give me ehaucp lo plug ono ot them .vary
ntiota, .-. . .
M Don't alioot this way take care, don't you see
'am after them! said the owner, aa the back
woodsman levelled hia rifle, . ',..-. , . . ,
; -1 see you're) efter 'em, and you'll ace ball W.
lerin 00 tba Same trail ia loss than two mini!.
Look nut for yourself stranger ; here cues for.
crack at tbe varmint this way." '
Sir J'TioTJ MP.yoor rifle. ' That's rat team
you are aiming aU-Look ftt the harness, there,
just ou the top i.f I bo water. They are hitched to
tbe canoe, and I am on ft little jaunt out back to
look at and enter some lands. -.
"Well, 1 declarPaaid the old hunter, if that
don't beat all doinW I've beer'd oa way ia the thick
settlements, I reckon you understand animal mag
netism.asthey call it, a few.. v . .
, I understand training alligators." , v ,
, Well, you can pass hope you'll have a ploa
annr excarsion." ' v - , ,
! The'maii now stirred up hia team, and waa soon
under way at a rate which would Wave common "
' ; Female "fience Evtry where throughout
the circle of her intercourse her influence is felt
like the dew drop of heaven, gentle, silent, and un.
seen ; yet pervading and efficient. - Hut in the do.
mestic circle il power is concentrated and is like
the life giving beame of the sun awakening, illua
(rating, and almost creating the moral aspect of the
can conceive how much a daughter may promote
the comfort and the moral benefit' of her parents,
but those who have seen the Temale character ex
ibitod under the influence of an enlightened under,
standing and an improved heart which by theis
mu'uttl action, have ptoKiced tbe most extensive
views of duty with Ibe sfrongest desire to fulfil it
As a sister, a female may exert ft most important in
fliience. With no strong counteracting circumstan.
ce, alio may give what features she pleases 19 Ilia
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