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TLJIM.H OP iMflOIJMAN.
1 Tha Wntl t VMi iss ribhMd "very Till
... ai Twa lJk.:tra sf aomiia, if Mid In advanes, or
T iJUr and Fifty lUiuls, if not psid l(U th ci
. i.: lb' t
1 f pr' d"ewitiwJ !! arresrarns
;- it u,i rnn-fl o iiw riiu " a
r Li sotifv Ui Editor of a wwb to sWontmue,
.i uk eadof a iHf. ill bo lered at a h tn
i.irrtiamfntwiilaC!nricw! aivl corwt,.'
IwivrtAj, al on dollar per ! ' B'4 t'" riioa,
14 ') tu rh cml U'Wir. Court and Judirtal
.rrUK'wnia iil eUrfsd 5J1 y-r eot asm than
. . j-i... .. Hi r.M
iijiMf wire, a iwmwiwi w v-ii p-r p in
ij MMultr will b mlo to yearly advert.?.
LnraiMr4 ui U Mum, must la all tssrs to
- aV " ,
J t m i"""1' tUti "M7 " r reiv4 iimi. wp
at f AM. A WIN TKK 0M)HH, inp(u.inr tU
rtrry artI imuI! kr,4 in ihia at-ctxia of eooo-
iff, Into wf om-r npxi i' oimai ifiii, chrp ur
CtJt, or to (Mitdutl dnali-ra upon crlil of talre
mail Jut received ctut acleeiioa ul tin Ul
Uct AnVvtt ciVwg oVs,v
with tgooi wpply of, '
ttl f wnica Uxy will rfvpoca erf pa tta im4 favora.
k irmc C. at & Unlf IImiit Unnka to Uirtf friandf
,ni eailutnert, and bofi by atnet ltiitioa to buanxw,
u iwrTit a eootinuanc m th aama.
KalHburj, lh. 1, . , t tf .
, -. .. RIIKUMAT1SM.
A eorrtprtiul,itt of iIk I'lttnUirf Admcale, who
aVxntoa Imnatlf luodical iiraciilioncr of twauty
ycara ttandin, furailita lit (ullowing taluabie, if
wcQ r.iiiinl. information I .
Al lh ( of about wfeolccn, I waa Cr4 at
tacked villi ihfl InlLimmatiirj Bhcumntiam, lien
after lha prompt oaa of th laueal, calliartica, btia
Irra, arid dixaplwrotira, I waa rMoradL From llial
period until about twinitjr yaara ago, I bad ail or
ama aiiuilar atiarka, generally rco'iirma veiioacc
" tkm. purfuliov. Llitf ra, and diaanhorotica, txT.ira
I could recover. ' In iheM attack my eitremitiea
ould ha ao infliniciWint I could aearcoly war to
. La trnybed. About the year 1919. 1 had auxsrat-
ed lo dm llifl Ua of Colt on, inatead (if lha woollen,
wlikb I had word nckl to tbe ikia in form of hirt
id draweia. '
I imnHHlintcly onfurincd lo (ha aajeation,
ibondiined lbs woollen, hara ever aince worn lha
'cuMmi, and now fir aliit Iwrnly ynara have never
been cnnlinrd one day wilh rbauiuaiiam. My ob
mrntion alio in an extensive 'practice, have fur
ftUbed Unwjui vocal cotifirmation of the facta, thai
vcoliea wora nest the akin ia utttcrly incompftti
b'e with rlteumalie connlitulioo ami that cotton ia
moat decidedly advautageoua. ' A My who I al
Iixla4 during very acvere tttnek of rheumatiam,
found, while in t state of convalcncence, thai her
finf r were becoming rigidly cHilracted, I rccom
oicmled to her the ue of cotton, and oow for many
ytn ihe haa been free from the cnmplnint.
; lining had occiuton, whilo nurauing my profi.-a-liunal
vocation in Philadelphia lo protect my
ban I, when driving my gig. agninsl iho told, thai
' aoulJ hnve h;ndond thorn both unpleaxant lo my
'flf and unauid'd lo the (trials of a patient,' I pro.
cured I ho fur liimJ gloves, but lhcM I could nnl on
dure by reason of returning rheumatiam, and had
my ghivci lined wilh Canton (lamx-l. -
. A to the thcrapculic principle on which lo ac
count for the salutnry cfleel of the cotton dress, we
ire, porliaps, not prepared It give I 'io entire ratio
wile; but onecircusiancoduscrteaparticularno.
lice. When woollen is yyorn neil to llio akin Ihe
perspiration not being ahsorhed by the flannel be
coinca in$pinsittd, and, of course, obstructs both
enatble nnd insensililo perspiration
Thi objection, it is known, does nol lie against
the" cotton dress, ns it ahiro Iho pepi ration,
leaving the skin clean and Iho pores free, .
: s .i j, From the CiiicnJioa, . ,; v'" , a
- j;' TE StLVEft MIXE,"; ; v";. ',
:' In days gone by"llcro lived in iho far-famed
' Queon'.a silver gunsmith, who hud accumulated
a large fortune, by u cans tmhich Wet known only
himsefand the dov.l. lie waa n regulnr built
tl,,i. ii . k..
hrin inja at i, ii - . .i. I i . '
bringing a ball in 'contact with his bow wjiidow,
and breaking a pano tof fnm ; for which juvenile
i'idicrc:jon wo received from hiiri q'flne trouncing,
flnd boinj o'llifrnil, by a writ of tcolatlurvni, lo shell
ot a real MeyieHn an articfe, in iliosdays, that
ould keep a man from starving at l. at a month.
But to our yarn. : Tlw silver grinder vaxed old
Sad rich, nnd nol a chick W chil l had ho.vq Ifavo
bis speher tor when he ehojild M nhuflja off the mor
d coil," and prepare to seitlu a standing nccounl
no had with Ihe other world ; wilh which wo have
billing to do at present. -
One day whilo the codger was reclining in Ins
maple bottomed chair, looking over his spectacles,
and dreaming lanbtlos of a chemical procesa by
"bich bi could, like 'alchyinista' vf.. old, convert
e'ry liung ho t.mcld into gold, alow lap at hi
oor aroiued him Ocofn'lti lutlinrgy, nnd, expect
' lflZ fat cuHtomeri her' quickly rose and opened it,
ii'n in Hta kerf a i IihiI Ilnf Lciou iih a linwid
brimmed wool hat, and a certain kne se aim in liWi
fnanner, which told that he was a'b.iekwoodsmaB.f
new no moro r.bout the worh! nnd the things
ia it, than n Malay Indian." After surveying Fhy.
hk fr a niiiiuie, and the gl((tiiiig coe ltLn
" Huangrr, are ywi lha &,llr whai iw,t ht,e
M IWlamly, Mr, if linly five vara working il
caa jiv n any krxjlr.!p .,f
. Well, a I lb ought, lit ao evry Uxlv ttJ me
and lhal'a lb ranee I'm cotno fortvfive miU-e
Ihroogh lh miKj and rain lo are yog," be aid, al
the aama lime Wing doaa biUver and binding
hi naudil boify In l.iteo.licuLr manner In a
YM knowa thai I have lioyM, filly ae rea d
iwwhi in iiuiwr eooniv.airfl live on H.wka Cretk.
J"M ftlirfit;i.le ihe fork el, a-uiw of ih gntund
wii gram, anq wme in i, ai ul mte'a ao poor lhal
il wouldn't raiae tallur lateral well, ono dv m
od oneof our peotde enl a fi.hin in Snake
ererk, and Ufuraj we wi-nt, e wenl lo die aorne
wor me bait, wbeo Hill lilarb aaid Ha turn over
this log, and I found ihia hero pirce', which the
minister aav U-k like ailver."
Tbe eve of the old man briihlenttd. and eitod.
inj hie hand ho lo-k Ilia uneouih lump and wiping
bis sprcks, eiamined il aiih a Irenihlmi hand i
quickly roae, and without Dotimn ' hi ru!.' walk.
rd into another room, and returned in about five
M You aay vi f Kjnd ihia on vonr rrtaind t"
Vcs, Uiere'e plenty more U i. fof I have duff
up aocn lump ainrc j" ..
rlenly of it, yog aay r
t Tbe old roan remained in f no for some
ii.u", sncn an iue appearea to strike bun, ne
" My dar friend this resemUea ailver l and
you will ahow me the ground you get it out
win accuse upon it.
- WcJI, if jfou will gel into that wagon onl ihcre
i u flnve you there in a aiiort lime. . - .
MThaitk you. 111 a' art immedialely, Cr I wanl
lo know for your aalniuclwo oflM quuliiyand e
lent of Ihia ore."
In I hey wcol and nil Ihey drove, and early Ihe
neat morning Ibey arrived al Snake creek, and Ihe
silver smith waa aoon ihown ibe identical apot
where the lump waa found when after carefully
exauiiMng lUe ground, ha said t '
I on aay that you dug more of (In BtulT hem T
"Berlin j jiat wail (ill I git a pick axe and I'll
ahow you."- - - . -
I no clod-hopper brought Ihe nick, and com
rrHTVoed digging, apparently w iimxil eaating hi eye
on any particukr eiiot I when lit, and behold I an
other lump of a larger site comet up, and Ibe old
man iremUed al Ibe indubitable evidence of a mine
f pure silver.
"That's not half i u's all alioul lie re," said his
aompanion, moving off in another direction, and
commenced digging again. Tho nlvenmiih fol
lowed with a quick step, and Ihe wooiliman, after
awinging his pick a ahurt lime, brought forth an-
Olhef lump I and still ami! her 1 1 and look Ihe old
man amund Ihe held and dug up Ihe same stuff in
every direction I This waa enough lo have eati
bed Uld Nick himself tod the old man at length
said I ; ; -.' ,
H Young man, this stuff mis hi be made of some
value, by a man who undenuanda amtlling it, but
il i of no value to you and I would advise you lo
aell il." - v ' ;
Yes, but il's so poor ground that nobody will
What did you originally give fur it I said the
Id man. -: J ' " .' ' ' .
"Fifiv doHara." " " ''".' " '
, Well,! lell you whal, I'll give you ono liuo.
red dollar in silver I,
Well, now, that's lair I think and I'll iust ro
ani! anil the old woman," ' "-.'- " ; - T --
lie went into his cabin and returned in a minute,
saying! ... , .; . .
Stranger, I giHiSS I won t sell out now, for
here's no more ground aboul here for sale, nnd the
old woman wvs she won't move away from her
pooplo," . - . v
The silver-smith was fired with the proipoct he
ad of graijiing the rich treasure, and went on of
fering the countryman a higher nnd higher price
until be reached a thousand dollars. --This ap
peared lo work the fellow, and he walked lo his
cabin again, nnd shortly roturnndt ' .'r . ,
' Cau l atnnd it stranger Ihe old woman won I
say yes, and tlinro'a no use in trying lo make her."
1 his only mado (he avarieirio silvor-smith more
furious, and after expostulating for, some lime with
to oountrymnn, lie sulU: .. ; : V
" Go and tell vnur wife I wMlgivo herlwollioti-
aaud dollara for Ihis tract." . ? ; r, '
la wenl again nnd soon relumnd wilh a smile
upon his phiz, which plainly told Iho old man's
auccesa. . 4 ';.' "
Well, alranger, I'll lell ye what; the bid wo-
wlilcra down and tut us Irvo here until wo cun
move, she'll lake it." , ; "... .
':; Agreed sajd tho voraelou silvrr ami'lunnd
n contract was nl oneomadej n. bill of al..wa
drawn up by the '(Squire gnd n check on Nick
Diddlo given for the amount, which tho country,
man sold for ihe ready, and they parted the
silver-stnith to I ho city, and tlu cloJ.'iopjicr lo his
Two days 'nfterrilMT silver siniili iretutneoYiml4When he cntcrotl among-lhe groiip, they crouched,
with a hoet of minors commenced nncrntionaon a
grand aciiltf, but after digging for some hours with-.
out linuing moro lumps, n reeling ot npprcnenmon
began lo lake hold of them, and the silversmith
grew pule, and 'trembling' wilh fear-and suspense,
he walked straight lo the woodHman's cabin, and
inquiring for tho countryman, found him seated
quit contentedly" by a large fire amoking a pipo.
Good morning, 'sir I have come, sir I hnvo
hud mv'men at work five, hours, sir nnd have
fwind none of that ore you showed me !"
" Well, now lell us "said ihe countryman, "there
must be two more lumps about fir 1 know J
planted seven in oil, and we; only dug up fivo!"
Tho rmuaimk-r may U Uticr cooceivd lhn
VAV AUilUftUII TIIK UD.t TAMES.
Tlo remarkable mun, who ta now exilmln hi
. i. . - -
wonut-riul entire i urn of I mor animal to !4viMi. m
nilireoflhetiiaieiNew loik, in Ihe foiled
mat's. II . born al lulikill a beautiful town
on the North or Indian Itivnr, about 30 ntibw from
ew Turk, lie ia ora- eiHlrd from one of Ibe on
gioal Dutch sMtlr4 of that Hia'e, better koowe un
dr Ihe lille of M Knot kabokkere," a nanw whcb
wa given Ihem wor ihe early work of Wahing
Irsmg were published.
When about l & year ofase. with a fine eonli
lulion and gol leuijier, Van Amburgh h;ft the lil.
lie tillage of I'wIikill.arKl vuiied New Yoik. 11
breaine there Wr eevrral years a clerk in the ware
hoiMKt of a rehttive. Hut I hi kind of hie nM
ling b.a anlernnwrg pint, I.e packed nn. and net
out on hi travel, a evsry adventurous YaiAreor
I ankce Dutchman doe. In the up and don of
Mm lie iircame connerled wnh a caravan or living
aoimale lhal belonged lo conumny ia Iho (Jnilcd
Siaiea. Uy Una time young Van Amburgh bad
reached his 30ili year Ilia lh fiure. iron frame.
and Herculean atrength, filled him admirably for
hi new voeatmn. Al Ihi prearnt writing, Van
Amburgh ia probably about VO year of age, and
one of the moat athletic men of hi site in lit world.
I le ia singula rly made. 1 1 1 Uly u per fectly round,
but rniber thicker Iban broad.
Ilia bomw laree
and firmly eel, and his flih almit muacle. Yet,
from the peculiar coolormatnm i Lie body, h
anema to bare all the grace and lightness of a M
Ilia nrat Intercourse with lions, cVc. was acciden
tal. Al a little Iowa in New Jersey, near New
York, a caravan o( living animal wa exibiied.
Tba lion wa uncommonly good tempered, and ooe
of ihe keepers wa ia Ibe habit of going into the
cage a a pari of the exhibition. On a certain oe
can ion ibia person wss absent, llie audience imp
lioiit, no one lo enter Ibe lion's cage, and a icrri
We row in prospect. In ihe extremity of distress,
Van A mho rah had charily. M I'll 'g into the
cage," aaid be to lb managers. ' lie look a cane
entered Ih cage, walked up lo Iho lion, talked lo
nun and ia a lew second Ihey became quite im
male. " In approaching wild animal," aay a Van
Amburgh, " courage is every thing. ,
: After Ihis sMccea be went briber. -Tho liim
soon died, and Ibe company broke up. lie then
!... ..aa.s war a ! I
pnuca a caravan, cauno ine Zoological instiiuie, m
New York, which contained worn of tho choice!
animate ever exhibited. He there prosecuted hta
favorite pursuit studied Ibe temper of Ibe animal,
and proceeded step by ten till he brought them alt
into a singular stale of civilisation. .
Hi Brat a "social Km, In Ihe anine case, of a li-m
aim tiger, presented mnarltable scene. - J beat
two animal would fight whole months, and some
time he would give over one of them for dead.
On auch occasion Van Amlwrgh, after they had
exhaueted each other, would cuter Ihe cage, ami
begin his course f discipline to control both
Gradually ha added animal to animal, till he got
a tar a ten animal in one cage. On many occa
sion he had severe Conflicts, with Ihe tiger par.
ticularly. but nothing dunaerous. . When he tslks
of lheo animal, he i highly interesting.' N The
liger," aaya Van Amburgh, M ia like a reckk,
good-for-nothing, drunken raacal who spend his
lime carelessly at taverns, and rights in a moment.
Tigers all have spiteful tempera. Tho lion i nol
ao irraarible ; ho ia alowcr and Coollor, but there ia
not the generous feeling about him which he ha
been cracked up fori Tho leopard arelike cat
playful, but easily provoked." . :
Ttisre ia nothing more interesting than ta hear
Vsn Amburgh give a history of bis intercourse
with iheae animal. t" " V " ' " "7- ;
Van Amburgh' has a novel and practical theory
to account for his power over them."- From the
first moment of hi intercourm with Ihem, he talk
ed to them a ho would lo a human being. ' M They
believe, say he, " that I have power to tear them
in piecna if Ihey do not act na I say. I lell litem
so, and have frequently enforced it with a heavy
crow bar. The personal treiigth, the peculiar cant
of hia eye, the rapidity of his movements, Ihe lone
of his voice, all lend to present to those nnim.ila an
idea of superior power, which in sudden burst of
his passion makes them crouch in Ihe comer of the
cage. Van A mburgh' eye u peculiar ; ono of
Ihem has a remarkable cast, which lather height
ens the eff ct of his rxpresrivo lace, as is said of
the " terrible eye ofCuliph Vatheck." On ono oc
casion in New York the liger became forocious.
Van Amburgh very coolly took his crow bar, nnd
gave him a. tremendous blow over the head. Ho
then said lo him, in good Kngliah, a if he wis a
human creature. ;. Y,,u big scoundrel, if you ahow
mo any more of your pranks, I'll knock your brains
noltM-nccoomnnving il with loud mennticca anil
strong geslicujalion. After Ihic, the ligef be
liavcd like a gentleman for a couple of months. ,
In coming over to this fcotintry, Yaq Amburgh
was wpcratol from lhee luiiinuls for several wei:ks.
They arrjved in Lfindon, he in Liverpool. 'As soon
us he reached London, ho went to see (liotn. On
his npiearanco ootsidu the cngn, One of the atrang
est scenes was presented thai ever was beheld.
Tim tiifis, tigers, nnd nil recognised him at once.
ihcv crawled, the?, lashed their tail. Wilh evcrv
demonstration of delight nt "beholtfing him again.
He scratched iho ncek of ihe big lion, and his inn
ji:ty growled forth hi pleasure jn Jones like !he
tbui'id of distant thunder,
In ancient and modern history wo havo heqrd of
allempts mado to lame single animals but till the
prew.'nlera we Imvo never seen such a miifhly ex
hihition of human, over animal power, as Mr. Van
Amburgh present.". "The lion and tho Ininh liter
ally lie down together, Yet Ihe fi ats of familiar
ity performed nightly at As'ley's are 'nothing, it is
said, lo those ho performed u X.'Yori.-London
Tiiiifs, ' ' 1
t'tam Ik Avgst'e Mtnef,
in Isugli at kr ' low ud l.idir,
And men kJ twiirr do ile sstn.
A friend of mine ha rer colly ri iorn d from an
excursion into ihe circuit of this HuicN le
. .1 & .i i .i e l . t
nm inai wiiimi in 1 1 to couuiy m iiw airsyro iiho
Iho Court (louse, and wa present at lb arraign
rwunt of a, man by Iho nam of Henry Ii;, who
aa cuaiged wuh attempting lo kill In wilo.
Day waa a pale liiiU man, iid Ihe wiW, who wa
prescol, was prrhel II'bunii. (be uxiuitmenl
being read, tho prisoner wa asked In aay, whwli
cr he wa M liuiity or not Uuilty." II anawared
Mlber' a mighty chance of lawyer' lie in Ih
paper, but aorne pari i true, . I did strike Ihe
old Isdy, but she fit me ao powerfully first. t$he
can (wear tqual lo a hula of any thing, aud her
kicks aro awfuL I reckon whal vrai any ab-sil ih
diivil moving me, i tolerable crrct. weiug a
how she moved me. 1 hav told you all I know
1mm iho eircumraoe. Mister. I sin Pquire Jones
lb re, a five dollar Ull, and I allow N'U talk it out
lor me." Squirt Joor thereupon roan, and said
he bad a law point lo raise in ihia case, which lis
thought conclusive. It waa n eslsWclnnl rule of
lw, thai man and wif.i wera bul on ami b
aliould lika lo know how a man eold bo puwished
P whipping himself h should he glad lo bear
what the tMtctlor Usocral could any to lhal. i he
Solicilof (ieoeral answered, that he DwNiglil his
brother Jone had carried Ihe maxim a Info loo
fart men bad often been punished fr healing lltrir
w. vos. If a man should kill hi wile, il would not
be suicide. Hero Sqoira June uiti rrxseb I and
lied Hi Holicrtof General lo produce an author.
I lo that e(Ict. Tlss Solicibir deneral looked
over G rreu'a and Lumpkiu' Georgia Justice for
soma minute, and I hen observed, that he coul I
not find aa autliority j-tst tlien, but he waa euro he
had seen the principle soma where, and lie called
on the judge lo sustain him. In the enthusiasm
of ihe counsel on Ibia point, ihey forgot in offer any
evidence aa lo ih guilt or inneoce of Day in the
premise. Tbe judge being likewise oblivious of
this fact, proceeded to charge lb jury, lie told
ihem, that man and wirb war one, and were two.
If ih wif ran in debt or abused a neighbor, or
knocked down or dragged out a fellow citicen,
(hen man and wife were one. . If Ihe husband did
any of the tilings, then, man and wifd wer two.
He remarked, that in either event, the man waa le
gally bound lo ufk-r, and l here fore come it a
ihey would,' Day wa undoubtedly guilty He
aid, he would not decide Ihe question, w hot her if
a man kill his wife, il waa murder or suicide. He
waa pot prepared to express an npimon upon that
EhiiL It waa a very delicate one, and he bad no
oa of eommUtlng himself. (Some onenrr tbe
room hero observed, that ha waa mighty tond of
committing other.) II then calico up the hmlifT,
tremendous looking cracker, wearing a brood
brim white hat with crape, (I nevor saw a man
South of latitude ?3, that did not wear a whit hat
with ciapo) and proceeded to admonish lum, lhat
the jury were very much in Ihe habit of coming in
drunk, with their verdicts, and that if it happened
in this case, he would discharge Ihe prisoner, am.
Eut hi punishment upon him, (the bailiff.) The
ailiff, giving a significant glance at Ihe judge, re
plied, lhat other people beside ihe jury camo into
court drunk, that otpo people thought other peo
ple drunk, when some people were drunk Ihem
solves. ' The jury theu retired and o did my friend.
The next day he returned and found matters, in
tlatu fwc, except that Day and hi wife bad mado
up, and were discussing together Iho reerit of
cod fowl, and a quart of beer, and now and then
interchanging kisses, despite of the frowns and
becks of the officers. Tho judge, clerk and sher
iff had been up all night, and looked wolfish, and
Ihe bailiff was seated on bis whito hat at Iho door
of Ihe jury room, and his countenance expressed
lhal he bad swallowed tho concentrated venom ol
thousand wild cats. The moat awlul curses,
oalha and sounds proceeded from Ihe jury room
aomo were roarmir like lions tome crying liko
children mewing like cats neighing like horses,
cVc. Al last, a short Consultation was held at
tho door of the jury room between the foreman and
the bailiff, whereupon, thn lattor putting hia white
hat one-aided on hi head, cam into the court room
and addressed the judge ih'j ; Mister, Tom Jakns
says the jnry con'i agree about this hero mnn, and
t you Keep nim ii. c. toin as.t-j irnnoui grog
any more, tie il iick you "on signi. - I ne juoge
appealed to the bar, it this was not a contempt ol
court, and "ureon and X.unipkin's Georgia Jus
lice" having been consuiled, it was fiuntly decided,
lhat as it wjs a threat addressed to the judge as a
private individual, and was, to whip him " on sight,"
and not on the bench, it was hoi, runurc me iroe,
enlightened and democratic principles ol Georgia
legislation,) a contempt of court. This being set.
it,,,! i.ilo JlriwlAit llin Imitiir in an v in Tnm
" . . . ' -. . rri l. vrr
tired, and so did my friend ' but ho givea'it as his
opinion, from the framo of mind in w hich be left
ull jartics that Iho jurors obd bailiff. are still iherc.
IV. m. V
Correcting children U griper. There is nnnltt
6r commoif error that ol correcting a chMd hat-
lily and harshly, and then, leeling that injustice
ha been done, to compensate him by some oo)h
iiiir su-rar-tilumb or honeyed apology. It is nol es.
y lo conceive of nnyihing morn likely lo degrade
the parent "in the eyes uf Ins olPpring than such in,.
confident folly i nothing more sure to destroy hi
influence over the mind, lo harden the young heart
in rebellion, nnd muke it grow hold in sin. In pro.
portion as the parent finks in his esteem, clf-com
n it grows up it) tho mind of ihoundutiful ch'ld
Young people as well asoM pay great renpeciio
consistency, and, on me comrary, oospiso mow
whose conduct i marked with caprice. i ne'sa-
cred relation of parent is no protection against Ibis
contempt. Those thcrclore wno would preserve
their K 'e vrf ih' if i In! In o, w l.o ,' ! ;
bo!J of iS'i r'i(ii ttiiit t !' ii ly ( !! i'. i ifi n
tHfU of Jtii r, an i iv lliin Inofi j r .' ' i (
mut ink r-iic nol lo f i'.,i Unon !...- , -
d by piion or whim, railo r lUn .v. I j r,
elli pie i j.i.iu n and dui v.
7 l IhmtraUi
tmt-!f nf S'tlk Cut'
LOHllHUtl ft I'llt .Hi Kflt
Til U of iimilar km iiM'Srwl Oil i ii ii -i I',
only from lb pfim-(il IUi.k w,J nn(.n -m tin m
tm ih Inetniirjr rinJcr llnl !'iKtiirr (.-u,
rlisracter of I In bills it wo! kna t,., ,. r. U
Uuitid Male tls.ik and thus fsuhtste lli'.ireiicilatwa,
d diinioiJi (lie clisnrr i,r 't-d'
(li'liurslOotfrnmisit, tlircHslxil Ih I'm ni, .,u! J r. i.
dif illis iiili-rnt of I'is lliuk lu kv ; t -lJm i,;s at
ftirrslns-to preirnt llie rotlf-ejrio and i' um...
l ' ',
of lin'ir wHce ia Itre nnwi i j-..( m, i in
iMiJi'Ocjr lo convi.'iitrtte, tnd tiio ;':! . c.-.j i
m statute (is lbs ss4 i4 c.i t,v..,) i r
riost wver iswss. Indrrd, thO !. iof r-i ... ,
d Iher bo any sood in if, will ouiv bo i n',it- 4.
SUJStl ol III scvrnl U4iik of tl.u mhio U'n t .
With, and hsrrawins rli otb r, I'.r ninlry ill I U -
twren I bo flaiika of iho difl'.rsut Koi'i ! ',t y n ,;!
sks-s effuctually and un.trn,lj keep rtrb oilier in i i.v, k
ami order, wbildal boo w will l e liie IM
coocentraiH vgorot all oor capital.
A aeriooa objoclion ured ii'ima t En,k of (! n Vn
led Huie wss tbe Ur?e snicuiit of mom v h ii : i d 1 r
on art of men, rniblmg tbern lo con'rut f.r r.v .t,j
Ui currency, and llKtn Uix-nte owi U.o t
politic ol Ih eoualry. Tin obji ui in, in n er.t o.a
twn, bold anucb mor strongly sgsma ilie .,:'; . !'i
InstitutsM wow Uxjoouiij coiiiiixm tt li N i ; , j
free ol Ihe rentrsial 1 bsv prop-d. The j: t ' tt
the Vailed citate wss ropMib!e to and rontr!..J 1
Congres Jo hr act ia all Ih Biat s. Jt it il. -j m.
stilulions holilmg charter frota lwni.iin :l,( l,o
eoulrulled by lbs power fiom wbs-h tin y ). rn' I i' r r
being, and Uii power will never bn an-iti d tic , t U
act injurious to their own citicn snd ii'ijir- ; r i
their own limit. Ocyond ibeir l ini', in i,i.M-r u-y
they sii almost IrrtujxsKiLIc, and tlmr ri.iv.iH I I
marked by tlia wtotoa abuw-a ol Hi iot imr. : , ,J
dipdiMn. II you reijuir illu'riitii.n,tiirn tr ihi. J'.
ylvsnia llank of Ui t'liitrd Htnti; il. .iln ; in r n
tad local Bank stccklpnlrltMn; slnHt rxclu -
Ihe trade of tba great stifcof the cmjritiv. Trim
sylvsai sitlirrcoolJ not, or would nl c-.ii'r.i 1,-r ; .. I
without soma furiher restraint ibaa llial id th t m'u a,
w will gio se th lejiUuisie buain of our mer
chant wreatod from thorn sad the country driven to
deal in di'preciaU'd coerenry, and lha of m.n'i. n
tbe merchaota uM-rccde4 by llie sont of tho 1', ir k.
If (acta wera neceswry to don onuat to you our
argent need of mor iiank cspiml, I would d.rrct yosr
aiivntion to tho Kuropesit nurk' ts, overrun r!i our
pplicstiisis for lusns. I would auk you t j comunro I I.e
aimaint profitably employed by our sinter Htatrs, p.v
sessutg natural sdvtntacs ruirm, inipiotrim nt, io
flnilcly inferior to our own, wub llie snimini m .'..
by as. New York a little abort of our Turntoi ul c
tent in 171Xlhsdlswnumberufiiihatii(Kiit,ha.! ; vd
iho uw of Il.i uka, aud wadid not, lor a mmri r I r ir.
In 10 she surpassed ns in pwmlttion, 'is i:wii.n, J
Lor Iknk comincr.furstely lo hrr wants and to , r vc
mcDUs w did not, ano alio now nuinUr tio.t) c mi)
our pupulstkm. Dosidc older an.l vsliuhl i in provav
meats she lias fluianed commencod snd cuaiteri J c
nal and Rail Koad 3.KUI mile cit nariy ninety -
millionaof Dollar, for s m.iri oarticulir ejinsitton
of the sdvsnts;oi derived by tlitt Xwti Inmi let a p.
prointKin lor internal linprovr-inrnts 1 an- .nt I you
Ibe documents markod C, and I)., Hi'i-irtjof r'-miuU
lee to the legislator i"f that tjtate, cooimuiiiciU-d tt
ras in my Executive capacity.
For ihe benufit and prokvlion '
injur from Uio Htate, it sWiM m
Vkhu.li tliia r.ai.k will
fiko a auW riptioi t
tho Yadkin and I'v i(. iiJlo l!.il lioad s;: of a half
million of Dollar. " ' ". ;
terest is tho mo.it imprtanf, sod locnts your most do
liberate ennsiderstiun. Tim l ni.li J pmpeity of .our '
Slate k hold in too . M rs' im i i.ri, i-.d oi.rstlacbmenU
to the oil hnnratoo bwely nhmrt ns. 'J he plice!-'
AEfricuiiure as inu u ini. sou hif.' Miun m uuit:i w.
. i. .i i... ....i . r .it .ii. i r
our birth and early lecollcctioii tV" tin aires of our
manly struggles, and mature a . ti:; ti;e very
grave yard of our intiicrs ni-i.no no tiUi.liiig attach- .
inents, but arc sold auj transb-rrcd wmi ie eiooxion -than
Oie the brutes ll algrnzo njxn t'letu. I'rsnialurt "
Iv worn out bv a l(K) and roinou t y4cn of culture, .
our land re'p.irliH1 from, without regret, and cldom'
descend to llie llurd gi'iicration.' . -
J'hie inilitrerence ansct, no douW, in part, iron in
abiimlancn of eur land and temptation presented by
richer soils in climates more congenial lo the CiveriU
production of tbe day, UottoO. Hut in a greater de
grea lo our laws, aftording to ihia' primary and oar,
mounl luteresi,iiopreforeticesorldvnt!;eoverolher. ;
It is vnur duty as Lrffielators to investiite the causo
and to provide Ihe remedies if in your power. .
Might not Ihis end bo attained, (in p irt at least) by f
ecuring ta every family in proporiion to their anmber .
certain oortiona of land immediately sround and Inclo- -
ding their dwellings against all claims subject during
the life of the owner, widow or unmarried daughter, to
ihoir control and support, and afterwards to descend to
the eldest married child, who ha oIli.prin.T, and ao on
- . .iii.ii.: I . L
forever. Liable, nowevcr, in oe sow siu umrs or iuw
proprietor with Ihe consent of his wifo. this means
50 'vry ntirjency
for t io fsinilvi Sildwido sua ornnani', ' 1 from
Z ToirtZnVld suffering..1 want. Oimot. of
estate would her find indncrMnciits for systematic aud
permanent, improvement emistti'ls to purchase and
locate amonr na. flllinsr enourtoosnarbfl iwipulutionaod
enhancing th value of Our too depreciated noil.
Much may doubtless be effected by an improved ysy
tem of husbandry, under proper siiinnlantsand induce
ments; if-we turn for a moment to tho improvnnent ''
snccessfully achieved in Massachusetts wilh decidedly
inferior climat and oil, our doubts will bW removed.
She greatly outstrip u in our. peculiar interesls. In
proof of which, allow mo to refer you lo sn ariculln
ral survey recently mado in Hint Mute, marked B and
to valuable, in my estimation, a to induce mo toreconi
mend that a similar survey no auinor.ectt in our ."laic.
. But. irenllemrn, it isonly lo a liber.,1 t.ml well df
gestrsl aysteni of. Internal Itnproven erf iht we can
look tor the regulation bd permanent ; . -perity of onr
State. Onr town re amstl, nr markets distant and
difficult of access our water courses tr purpose of.
navigation, nalorslly indilitrcnt and wanting improve-'
ment, whilst our infant manufactories are struggling
for existence against the matured and -mighir work
shops of' Europe and New; England. Wo. hav n
branch of Cnterpriso ufjuciently advanced snd power- '
ful to render aauancd to another. H is in trwh (Tie