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rf t cK.ris, tof la ft A may l
tb tmkg fwr. Turn ktte raised shout '
s !', aj IlitdeetO full tt.u:k In
a wTiw it.
W? -riiirtiHiT
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l...t In !! tun!!.
- tlrrr, wa 4- : I bat euilt . the. tuu.'.e
rrf rf tie ."-r. :w ! i tbe Ujr ei.!,wr
rg to catch Htsr &, but wot very well pleased
at tar'.(f slsmd by th rustic, who hid thu
protfd kia:-f to fee ih cleserer tmrnjnnrtt of
tSe 19. $mfr4 Mrrmry. . , '
G EN C II A L 1 N T i; L L I (J V. N C C .
M Fs, VomrieT tf y(trr.
'. tn T.IS EASTiaX MAIL
. TU Cw.o.v.-....- of' I-Virtd Uve
M44 f.;.3 r ..s kiic, I cirn.hf to k't the mcur
twMV.ed t.' -.s rf ifc.it t re, '' t wj the sua-
Im. rf. -. f it'v ti ii-i-v f V- in-
Stlta'?. "I "4- (''!' ; ' 1 it :,n'- I'i'i l.li.kl,
t WVtf ff -""J t.W-l-:i'w I X'eu- .It t.f their I
lal'K-s, ' J frw ii:,-T-i:ii; ifl'.i.' fK-f.'.e Ux
"'iyv"f fwwssa .- tb, re!err-pt".a. rf. their
", t!iIr fcnsfTfwi'iir!- lUfl tr tvf'rit;n
Cm t! rf,.lhe'.Iu fc.!t, ai-d a I i-s ti.. ru 1
j yj M mlll ieruHiiiiu'.l'iii if e)iii.
1j tauk r hS 4.iJ, hi Il tliir Unr.
tko j fcnif 14 f a early f aintimi if ieie
. fnywesM, trA l i BuUtu lUt p- rit
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T rr!rj a iipmeiWiT le tJf Tarik p
Ifr.t'i to prttf BciS'.irtiit'jr m it ttnv, ii
t reccM IM k!i a rrw--ru-iit bo en
tri it!. ty tVn &mh (fnrally, ifl (irovid
fit mtyni k ! Bck, ttf ! fci.t ff'm
witi femA voriifr oi ftftewr, am) ,r' f ti piy
aiMbt itVc r! cf ttrn on l! tKtiancs
Tte Vv.Vk ar fc4iri t Wjiotl itiiB.eriaiely
I tit XViMf t PrtjV!'-w utatrmwit
f Jitr e.itftiift iIm tl- baif Ilium n
13 BU,,iit ittilf' :ipifl I rj'iiri!
f tte Ji mt. JWnn the wmmum numili
! iwpnt tt b nvlf, diBnrio with til dm
" lit U Nobr.
IV liji wn kun thil wwiiw of Dele-
at wUk'SI fit of (! eify twk r nprf
wrtfrj, I' t!ukg rwaiutuxi, ef W bf C. W.
in-kt, U., n4 iwl by Kl j.hiti Wil
Imm.4' m imW ntflid. ,
?- wti'iif ! ftrni -Vh p"iViB4iiioA-
Urfi Bjm &. x fiC akiwtiit titat ttv7
r asA mh4.Uc a4 a lb atawmti t4 tn
43i2 ivwt ml ni (Ml itVl h ror-
tl ttl MUM IKU tOOtr. rll KM(lltIJ 1ft-
ow, iteif Ita ei ' ,
Td Ask U TtMj mfin m I hut tt-e
V'otfc, taccMCtl vita ;nrt M'i:ff fli kcra.
J lhr oBebt l a better frwuAjr ititai
(4, &M i M llV pl4. Th CUtHiVMlO uf
I be I tHl a pretn euMoa lur OKMiey on priui
w4-faar,- ansa at-enr.-.aich rncr. -TheV
f1
r i? B-ioi ix.in?.U'rrtTi u
U 1'iirjiJrai U the Uerciat' Ktui of Bt-nlmi;
5fT Xvum, (Vftifrr 1, 1939;
Fiisvux Uf , i Owe Bit t Mr. Wk
"vhrwrrvkltei'm' me tin ninrerng ra hchatf of yor
U'.k, tomiir if I wmild aoib.ri lite bank to
draw a UnKi. Briii,T. Bruthvr ii Co. if it
Vy hi crMi to dj u. la reply, 1 beg to
ur, imI I tiA'I b in D-too oa and will hat
tSe rVt l r j ou tUe Mhjeci ; bat I con.
ciw wtfrrtA-m tv7 mMcaa-Mr.
"QlT"ciirinf nr B-aw w Ma.ra:. ILrum.
aaJ thie bu-k Wet bu aauurf lock, (or a targe
aadwaodM'r 1a l; auI I think
B4S
sat the liiiiutfiit,
v Ta bsu.k r.ni!'.y are in a potion of
fcee! reri!, and.los'ir engageiaenl w reduced
tUit .1 r etn trb them witfiout their ovn con
Titsod they may ouij c otinoe, Uit iocreas
wnU f-r iWm lo keep; as I 111. leriikJ the p
Ik-o of itbe B-roa bank, tifj ar en-i!Iy trong
and a gJ anlerstaoding Urlsreeo litem ttviy
rise ifce ai ary rfief to the CouituiiiIv. ' K-w-
torn, too, i rVttteg in bs a creditor city, and need
UA sJ.-r Da appreaeaston whatever nulling ran
ajtjca aer. tw aur4 tai 1 J win not on
ly cKkiouM la pay spec to, but that there will be a
grad-ttl nimtt to lbs ewoef aaai k. - ,
Itear r, ry truly and resrciRiliy ir,
V T. W. WARD.
E&S.lVaTMCCaVE.VCY.x Ma. X. BIDDLE.
Tb Cirrory of lb Vtfed Sute conitts of
cms, and at back aoirs pfoaiiuf to piv evtn. A
tonga ti Uolscsa aia py tu cta ihry
rroaws. tbey a fc caa., m a"eonti;r
..wktrt ..lat ..w.santd cyi.fl w dirj"-iKi4 ?"
Ibe saeea f f W m uti t, ru tut-wtujlioo of
. ereJt: fn ra eQcble lb tnlioa to snak it x
.:k fc eo, o3 uf eouix ive tk
fy?a oftS.it cia- Ej th. dniji k by it.
tfftf f'Jfrtt 4Uiie?."-'lu "''"O directed bk
mcif ff-r.a ana borrow too a-ucbVcr by. pan
paiae per.w anxwu ' ta incwan) tia, prints,
"wtftwBt wgt'-petttwiairy' ttitwi' wml-'fe'-spoM&tl.tf
ia the diniKratn. Tbsi constant
tetkJrvy of baak. tberef , i to lend tea eweb,
and It put tjomaay aotea in o;cuUtioK Now,
lae JJitr.i uf oy ao(9, t h,ls tny ar a
jTiiid a cai, t-y b-mx always eichsoiMhle ftr
AJ w ti j'.iriijtn, BeciLW H'.iitTfJiu9 ol the
M-itrd ni rf oey genrrs.ly oerasioc a rts 111
the price rf sM eommoJits. Tm coo-nenc
k, t-s t i high prtra of (Lrtii proiiuctitins
' ipt tiVt ta send a targe tmoont M
tint cvi-Ki!(e, whil the kigh price of dome.
"ticprndTKiipsi pieveu' their irtlii'l,rS'"Troiii'fa"
" kin; ia exchange a bj- amwrrt rt'w mrnmrdi
lie. vTbea. tberrlore. yow bov frotw f ieigrr
smt lHaa tb-y bay Jr y'-ithey cannot Uk
the psr part rf y-rr ewrraney ihey most take
lb cia parU If this) t done lo a coosi.lnrsble
jtfxj, tie rfsn-er is thM the bunk will be obliged
to sy sa BWJC3 of tbesr Coin f th-ir o lies, as lo
lrav tSea tA a w detect q wntity to answer Ihe
-mfti t at ; in which coe l!i btnkt In), and
tm c-saakontty kt aVfrzudnl. To' prevent ihis, a
pru-kst bank, the asoeiit it prrieise a uusu-il
. ' derii f jt U aMe. od has reason fo ftrar a dra in
a lit m?s should imrnrdiately diminish th
ameint of H am atht cat! in a part ot It debt. J atlioil ol their peti-iti an.i property nmn'r t! 11 1
f en a 'yt sc!e, h-o the bunks of a eountr '. cootntlled authority of a fw of i5ntr f.-Il-iw c.n
pfirrtfs sore a demand for e.ii.i ft rtpnrtntio reo, in whom Ihey have coi.fi.it'nre. Tl.is 'i.Ti-
-'siiatiiwbsjfa aWsell Ibt .stock rf ww.-twry.. doc w tnt--niw.,UceJ tlo gei.th-mrn sr. p.u.
f-r their b-bkieg porpiees, Ihey should stop the dent, cistl, jo.lieious and firm, and ail lln' j luttk r
(fwiityM. Tkst Ihey can el, n if their af- lln-ir orders, arc pMceedie. hariii.ti.i. !.! y;e
rf.ir IkisebrVa well uutua ';J; ad I'T I'm the' reiterite the a'i:."il t!i..l a fow"dis u.'l 1 .id
Jtot rf b-ok nytRjeaeTit. ' afTiir lo thir usual course. We c.'"0Tat uur
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pacity f diwiiiiUiii t f ' r
Jin ie emwi'.i iu i' i'- ' i'y ii
Icrr.ai miuis;oi u 1 c.'.ti.u im to
rtf Ihf cmitinuHiiy j and, aIkti ii I
iv. h h lorii'f c'iiitiini within ii--. 'i
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i tin ili'i',i!i
1,1- ..V!1 of
! it oo dtfciicfi, ami b full -(' 1.... inl. In tfuTh,
Uh i iwril of ha'tk i fi' fir'y i'l r . t nr I'i Ibe
i( -"rce i,f tlii CtiiJiUlHy l it Hi'.'ai.i. il' -'
I uii it iiMnry t-u iiiif!;f, "ii Dtnt'K, lur i-jhh
lernrH, and to prift crt-lt-H of prutists, it iticum
i !n eh at rifk . ISihI. nil th one limul, i' ii"t- r
f f iyahlo mi '(Jfirwiiil, ahiUs on tt.e othor, i's debt
itaiimit buCiill'-J in i!!i(ul jtrc-at d:lav a delay
Ifitiil to it tKt'A hik! clmmcter. Thu i the
'tfter.il errof of tmiik. a lid do nt !'
j criminate ltwff;i ! linn;?, t-Tially diwtiiK't
j in brtn'.mg, a ultimately e'iirc, and a del.t.
' rrt-in!v mih!.!i.. lint w 1 1 iitanaued bink b"i
i'l J.iv.'i tin'y in h..rt i,aj ) i-r a
,,i )!. fmilt of biKiifM tiiiactwii fMiya
1 ! on dnv named, whi;ll th jwrtie at "blu to
fy, atid will ?y at any nacniic, in order lo
caj inereHUiil dishonor. Kuch a bank ha ita
tuitds, tlic-mliirr, cftinit'y repaid itdo it, and
aWe to my whether it or a ill out kud thom
aut agaiih.'. '.:.."' i " . H ' ' -
A hai.k o maria,r-d, if it find tno much demand
tx it jfoin to ;rt brmd, he'nn by riot landing
rrwn than it 'receive ry y i nd fton gom
fiiriliefrby sot leiidiiix aa much a it income, dec-lining
In renew fhu outa of it debtor a, and obli.
sirifl ttiBiii to riav a Dart ur the wlmle, making it
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rule w Keep tt aniuuui wunio it incmiw.
nparatino prucncdii llnmt by uwuing do lie note,
but recitnriiig auniething from your a Wonf you
.6hfi them fo return tu )oa Um bank wil you
b-ut to ni, at tlwir euiva!ent. -Tbi owkea
th bunk wite ncarcer ihm omkea tin more
talunblethi make the good for which tbey are
8trally exchanged ww luabl ; tbe debtor, in J
Dm anJiety to get your note, wing wining iu cii
Ju-goodta wcrific. Tb4a-briPg-ilawiL.lhft.
prittm of gnod, 4nd mhke every thing cbt aper.
Then th remedy begin ; the foreigner, find lt
hi gmid rrr'JM U sold to low, eeod no mure j the
American importer, finding that be canmrt make
atonoy by tiriportiug llx-m, import 00 more.. ;.Th
iwflMiRtijer the coin, of coome, i 4 ent out
fter arw importatioa, but tV at home, where
it find belter employment in purchw.ng tbee
cheap article; and when the foreigner bear of
thia state of thing, he vend back the cofn he took
ayc lie took il a way "iaewly bjujo jronfwtj;
d.miie production were eo high that be could
not make anr urofit in hi country by taking them.
JBitr hen-4bf .jDewircicJie,. iim. tht, hi ,Jrodiif;:
lion are very cheep ii our country, he will a ho
kern that our ornduction are cheap too ; and he
eeod Uck the coin to buy these cheap produc
iioo4 of out. We, Iherehire, get back our e in
iky iltkhg o pir,'aiid al, will. aty anliK-.
driven away by enther iineraoundiMic.oi jwper,.
cU tbexi!e which fmixed currency, ia . AZ...
wereVeelMn:tSVe'thfr.6f weam, it. 'it'n
eminently useful in prud!bt hands, but ol tremend
eoBtrolUdj-aod lhe practical
wisdoiall managing jj jie jn seirng the proper
J moml .KUM2!t&. nd cootrsct ju tting care,
working with such rtplotve material, wnenever
there is doubt, to incline to th aide of safety,
these ililipte ebmntr explain - the-presetit -situation
of iba country.. It disorder i over-
trangY'4ngfcrw
dy wtu Uuk lea and to trade less.
M It is lb order of nature, that if moo or nation
live extrtvagantly, they must first ofler till they
repair losses by priKionce, and that neither mco
or bank should impose on the community by
proujuiet to pay what they cannot pay.
: s CiNCiititiT! Oct. 15
aTkiaJIa, ...l.. .,-
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rtu-e4lrr-.ratrT
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coin in a very hort lime, by that process. 'And,'
in Ohio, suspenaioo 1 attended with (till worse con.
scone nee.
,lh bniiJiinglaf lart
10,1m provision!, made, that it any bank ol
the State, ospend ponio payment lor a longer
lerm than thirty dsys, in any on year, the pre-
nt judge of th court of W. r. Circuit, to which
the bdiik i situate shall issue a writ, for the se.
rj'jetniten ot'aucb bnk, snd, through the lerifr,
deliver all the etfocts, to one or more ol the oank
eommissionen. I ne commisaioner m reqnireu 10
proceed immediately to collect the debt due the
bank, and dispose of it property and apply the
proceeds to the payment of it debts, tor which
purpose special commissioner may be eppniuted
by th principal board. ' '
. W tarn ibst tb provision of ihia law are pe
remptory, l'h bank commissioner must apply to
the jidxe, who must order the sequestration. It
i thns (hit the Ohio bank are exposed to utter
ruin either way. If they continue to pay specie
till their las d'lllnr i gone, then the afxpieatralKw
most come. If they wrrender at once, the eotn
miMHioner must nav out the siiucie to the fitst thai
make demand m lht all th specie in onr bank
wspnsedto-dissrmirrirtn, trtayrry xTiort thneiTinf
all thmr debtor are liahlo to lurcod pay rocut, with-
nul delays r;- - . " ' I - ' . ,.'-...
N ithing cin rtve thi fc.Milis" sn. biofc debtor
but an inability to cootnuie ;cie payment by the
hank. From this devastating rum their neetns to
be no oilier rs-sre. None but one it practicable,
a peci.il call of tbe Le.is'aiure, aithm thirty1 d.o
tn modify this lw. This wnle sjirf"! I destrvciinn
c-f b-tij ne 1 n -d pr ffry t h s m 1 m l w rm 1 t 'rk
ID triiio, particul irty, it ;i:;u-ieni i vitiiii'-nie mis.
call, notwithstanding lit opmiot-.s rmerniwd by-
the Governor and the ru'i-'g p r", en i.int iii
j"ct of bank. . J nsi;in'itii'n nn ' it c -v tlie
w-tst thnt at m'ne lnt hnt to a f - 1 mur.
k4rlhMUirfiMffly nii't-s;rT t') pryoor
K-.lf Aalii Mtn I rtPiwIiuM in
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like it wis ever h-rd of in ihe en
-.V. 1. Courier if' V.'iquirrr
li.m of
, Ouf d'-'j.--. Iler;erse( tlr "j f'f fnlnni'is
will be found pnrtisi!ar of tl.e rts.i' .-m'iou with
which' we have In-en visited ti. is n k. To '
nig'lts have pap.1 willuMit another; and a spirit
i prevalent among rmr cni."Ds fnnn wt.ii !i it is
hpd a tew d.ijs will tuii'i.-e to rtM..re p. .-e on I
order. ,' We r neither ileMtiili!iu or !,piri'el.
The titijulsr cireiim.siatices h:is Im-.-h extl.iie.t, 'of
. a people delilerately end ral.uly ! i. in the
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, ', nvery b'fly !.a l-en too
( .,.k of hi" h'-iilih. Although
i.: iniHt iu a nVurf.e have pu
rf, piiil tlie epiJt'inio ha not
v : dl-uso -is still prevalent
i.ii.t fii.;iidi e would mv re-
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turn not, until v,f
have wvern fronts. To thiwc
titi.' in in t!" iiinn. iluitB ncighlKirli'KHl, we wouia,
any, j i " ye ! by re imvir into town at once, you
ui,j.-c! yourtclve to the pr ImtMlity of being taken
tick (but i thai more nk than "thosohave in
curred who hfive remained and tyiled for th'e pro
teeii.)n urn) uteiy ol your property ) wnerean, wi
the other hind your prene will ervo to restore
order. If nothing niore, the (act of your dwelling
hiMite being occupied, carne ne prutection-.
In tune like t4arwrl a wall a jihyakaiia
O jence, ruunt aet lb. -
From the Journal of Me Aimtct Silk Society.
KEEPING OP MULTICAULI3 OVER WINTER.
A sreat number of tnulticauli tree will be la
ken up thi full and keirf out of the ground all win
tor, for purpoe of ale, and by many under an
appreherwion that tbey will be injured by the in
clemencie of the.eaiun, il i detuned proper to
devote a portion uf the present ouniber, lo the beat
mode of preserving them. Let u be underatuoa,
however; if the tieee are growing on high and
dry lituation. (the more atony end gravelly the
better,) and th tree are not wanted tor any pur
pine till the opening of spring, the beet and moat
certain method of prenervtog thm, it i to leave
thtiR where they .araw. laauch ituatii we have
never known tree, or a limb or even a bud, to be
injured by winter. Thi i ourowd pr-ltce inva
riably. W norr even Uke off the cutting we
iutoiid to nlaiit in the apring till we have got the
ground rejidyJor theny in March or AprtLBut
where early fro), and late apella ol warm weatti
cr between them, late planting, dtc. have caiued
a eoneidorable quantity of unripened- wood at the
entremitie to remain at th Uill of th leaf, all
thi.unripne4. w.oiod.abou.!d. be fiutoflbej!ire the
never cold appruache ay iinioodiately after the
k-aves have fallen ; and buried 10 toe ground a
follow: select the hiuheif aud drloat situation in
the field or garden, if potble on the north side of
i hiMMe, barn, or high board fence, (but not under
LtreefvT be the au nacarahioea in wiutcr..JUs
the cutting on the top ol th ground, aide by ae,
neai together but not touching, cover the first lay.
rr with A tut lit. km mrlh mie iiirh. Then la on
another lnyer of cutting, aide by aide, a before,
'and o on till yu have laid ll the cutting down,
taking care lo pre the earth hrnily; I ben
. throw on earth, covering the whole about one foot
Amy, aad pitkiny h .nHlacav.firojy ard forming
, tae lop of ne pile into the npe ot tne root ot
lhtt that rwrdfibr
have one thouW brsnche you wish to preserve.
lay down one huudred in each layer, and thus you
ill have ten Jaycr-Tbe earth which .you use
should be taken from a ditch which you will dig
ariMmd the pile; and tins uitcti will serve a
Osm tiirsw tWT lh Vster' friiiii lh pile of cut
tint's. Cam must be taken that no interstioe bs
h ft nmmij the wtingw; es-tiie eonfmed sir m them
I will eauwn mildew, end of course the loss bf the
fctittiiTgir; -The ifnnt'roo hritild be protected fiom
j the sou a much as possible, that the pile may re
' mam frozen all winter, aa it i occasional freezing
nd tAairiitf that injure unripened wood. It
, should not b eiixwd to the dripping from the
J,eave of the house, or fro i trees, a that wlurate
Ltbe pile with water. This unripeued wood, thus
preserved, if taken from tne pile in, the spring and
rTmoWdtftToly phwrfd;"wttrnmt unnac ssry aiposureltua ouy pyiam Jiejs by no mean singular in his
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W niniurrtu wiitm
rmcwttniy 1?S?ri VP :!!?.
..urn ,ij, 1
mode of preserving them, 1 to bury their roots in
the ground in an erect position, in some situation
perfectly protected from the sun. Whore a large
iiumoer are .10 De protected, a long sneu tnai win
.
ffonled fr the air, The situation should be the
highest and driet at command, and the more open
to a northern exposure; the better.
Once for all, let it be saiJ, that the mora mul
ticauli is never injured by ColdT however Intense
it may be, that they are only injured in winter by
the sudden application of beat while in a frozen
slate ; and that the only prwtoctioa they require
during too wiuter, is to b protected from heat, at
all time.
Supposing that a hed, a above mentioned, haa
been erected for the purpose, the trees may betel
1 close a possible, merely throwing a little earth
betwoeo I he roots, and when all are set, the tree
left standing a if they had grown there. If any
part of the root appear above ground, they should
be covered by the application ot a shovel full ol
carlb. If the soil be of a sandy quality, it is the
bent. Clay il should bs avoided, a it cannot be
placed about tho root without leaving cavities,
whteb wtH efwe- mtMew.-""-""'"' ,-
Cellars, open at the north and couth (idea, wi
answer a good purpose, prnvidod they are on high
sHtiations, but it at the font of hills, they will not
do, unless on the north side of the hill, as they ire
apt to be too. damp, and thu in warm spell of
weiilUer, to engender mildew.
' The next best plan frr th pretemtioft rf tws,
is (hit tnid down for the preservation of unripe
1 woodt t the b'ginmng of tht piper.- Itj a, very
laborious plan where a large number of tree are
10 be preserved, but i worthy ot all ihe labour re
quired in the present Hate of thing wher the
trt-e i so valuable,..:,, . ... . "..
W hen I tree h s ve bj-n presej-rcd by. bury ing, as
in me eae 01 uurijie wissl, Ihey a re tn o delicate
i roml'tiifi in the spring at to be tncapablarfbaar
. in? imich exposure to the diy atmosphere without
it jury, n rut ttiereinre, stKHild be plsnted aa won is
potssti'e alter ln'ing taken out of Ihe pile.
When trei are preserved ia cl.sw cellars, in
sand, tiM-y are apt to become mihlcwnd, and of
cour-e killf.1. 11 ihey are entirely buried in sand
in a cl.e cellar, Ihey are often preserved in per
fect condition, hot are liable to grow,' from the
warmth of the cellar, and thus become injured,
In uch ctw tho isdy remedy ia to ventilate the
celkr by opening window on the mirth sod south
sines, and keeping ice in the cellarand thu cool,
ing it. Tuke it f..r granted, that you cannot hurt
the trees i.y c..M in any situation where Ihe un
cannot shine on them.
. To careful of the "KwU of the trees, when taken
tip from the ground where they grow, the . roots
v'.onl I nol be exposed lo the son, nor tn frt in
f!,e open ir. "For if tTie root be injured by dry.
ing or by frost, the whole tree may be lost. .The
',.te nt of t'..s tree, Btilalrn
. i,..s t:' i iii'iixot certain V
r.i ,i ' 'fi. .--I, fcrul u.Meiily ex
, t!ii tret; U inevitably deMroyed.
,-, ., -prr ,..i,tria- lillU WitlV
! -t. If
i.,-t,i.l hi tii
:v.i tn
()..ki'ii .!;., til b.ln WIUUJ
hut on etwnnuiig llio rwt v.o umuii toet" '
fll.'il, or nildeod, in npotr the bark rotten and
en-iily removed. Theee would generally be taken
ior good trees for cutting, and have seen many
inch sold for props tit ion. Cut on cutting, up
these treea into cuttings there will appear a dark
coloured ring around the wood under the bark,
allowing that decay ha commenced. The bud f
the cutting will generally grow an inch or two,
but tlien, not being capable of making root, they
wither and die. We have een millions of cut
ting fail from thi caue, and in thi way the part
season. The cause of the injury. wa, probaWy,
the freezing of the root and their exposure to sun
or air while so from ; or the root may have be-'
come shrivelled nd dry from exposure, and thu
lost their vital circulation.
The multicauli may be kept in perfect condi
tion from the fall of -the-leaf in Ihfl fe,"tili-1aw-
planting time in" the priiig,liiay" be- transported -from
country, and rmiHfd Irom hand to hand, with
proper care. From the lime it ceae growing in
the (all, till, the proper season for its commencing
growth again in the spring, it may with proper at
tention be uted a an article ol mercnanaiso, wun
perfect safety. But il cannot - ttand ettrw thing.'
Th root-must never be allowed to become dry,
nor will it do to keep them moist by the applica
tion of water. They must be able to uke up
from the surrounding medium, whether thai be
earth, mew, or sand, that peculiar moisture, (or
water tn an extremely minute division ot it pani
cle,) adapted to the extremely small absorbent
vessel of its root. ; jfou will drown a tree ty a
long continued immersion in water, a well an
animal, whereas, if the root had boeo surrounded
by moist earth, or irios, it eould have imbibed a
sufficient degree of moisture to preserve iu Kep
the roots from becoming dry by exposure to the
air, or the sun, and from, being frozen, or, ifjrozen,
from exposure to the air, light. r aunaajoe, and
you roay roly upon Hie ireeabemg preserved.
Purchaser of tree are cautioned against re
ceiving, either in the fall or winter, or prtng,any
tree as sound, the berk ot which has become rt.
elled. It is at much a aigo of death in vegetation.
a i the recession of the blood from the surface of
aniinal I"Kgri i bf doath" trt IrieraIt i"tnie';thBt'
the multiciulis i o tonaciou of life that we can
ometime resuscitate tree after the bark has be
come shrivelled and dry ; but it i dilficult; and
not oAen eccomplihed. . At all events, purchaser
boo id nerer receive tree m that eonditwaw Wh
Ur'ilwte'
eason, to the bad condition of the cutting planted.
We saw many trees sold, and planted too, the bark
loTwriicliTittd becorhf prfiIyinf'e1l6d1lllla"Tn
and was greatly mirprisnd at the lingular delunoa
of both seller and buyer. Let purchaser also ex
amine the ruottyof the tree tbey purchase. . If
the are shrivelled and very dry. or if the hark is
rotten to any extent, reject them ; for; though the -
will hsrve ejended to hi whole topjinocMne oera,
though it cannot be seen. A above remarked, on
cutting the body oHhe tree, a dark color will be,
observed around the aurfuc of the wood under tlie'."
bark-, and the cutting will not TtwIteTt""""!;
r-rrr"'fzzr. r-W--V-.-r-
'i'H
JLPWIL LIS. -.
We have omitted to notice a very severe crit
ique in the last Mesaouger frwtt ao legnt pen,
upon the " Jotting down in London " of Mr. N.
V, Willi. I he pre far and wide are copying it
with high commendation, and with full concurrence
in the condemnation expressed of the coxcombry
displayed by our young noble-man in England.
Mr- W. i one of a elate and although be hat
selected England a the theatre for the exibitioa of
who are emulous of hi fame-- If Ihe general dtc
wnum uu conuuci ja cjiciuug 10 yi ooaom in
;nnrmihunity7"ian
have
the efToct of repressing the spirit in other.
he will have been the unwitting cause rf more
good than he ever gave promise of.
We make the following extract from the article
tn-tbo" Messenger Rtthi vratgv'
"The in of egotism i too glaring throughout
these London Jottings, to escape the most careless
observer. Without a superabundance rf chanty,
a person might well suppose thai the end aud aim
of the author wis to celebrate hit own achievmmtt
and illustrate his own importance in, the circle rf
high life. Indeed Mr. M'lllis ' personal vanity o
constantly throw him iulo the foreground of hi
own picture, that it 1 often unpleasant, if not
painful, lo contemplate (hen. In representing the
great difficulty of procuring admission lo "Al
mack," (the Macfam MaWoraai rf London fash
ion,) he rail not to inform u that the Lady Patro
nesses, (who wo shrewdly suspect are a very illy '
set of beldnms,) had favored him with ticket ; nor
does he conceal the boast, that in that tnvsteriuua
inner temple of exclusiveitm, he, Mr. N. P. Willi
felt quite at home in familiar Utt a lete with dow
agers of rank and maid of honor, conversing about
Ihe busts of English and French Venus', and the
(retty anklet ipf American w6qifn.M) js gmte..
amiliarwiih'tiM highest politicnl dignitaries; with
the most splendid in title or wealth, and the most
beautiful in Ihe empire of fashion.
IU siu in the
I .-ts-sl
nam, riac outrun the " heautilul " Count D'Or.
y (ry bad company we ahould think,) preatn.
bulatil with Bulwer; it invited tn Lady Stnmev's
and Lady Morgan, along with the Peraiaa Am-
baMador and hi rnyBi highness the Duke rf Cam
hrelgsn sit by s. Ro-," -V th dinner nf Urri.1f
which 1 presided over by another royal Duke.
t 1 - a
nine one osy witn a wnig iiarouet, and the next
with three lory lords; and 10 fine, neither eats nor
drink, ride nor walk, without comiu- ia close. -
Cotji.acL.wut-. ll " lrmihttff -pimr
polished anciety. But one of tb beat rf IM
joke remains to be uU-- Our eotmtryman Web-"
ster, it i known, 1 now on a visit to Locdoa, and
hi great reputation hat won for him, there, inde
pendently of the usual attention paid todistinguMbed
stranger, the particular aourtesy ard kirvlnea rf
ucb men at Brougham, Ilallam, Mil.nak, dtc.; and
yet c, we are told, i indebted to Mr. Willi
tbe great favor rf Mtisfying the higher circle that
th American Statesman, orator, lawyer Webster
it nol Mr. iVoak ircftrfer rke rrofe'iie dicfioo.
rj. Tlus most interesting feet it communicated
by Mr. Willi himself in Nu, II. rf the - Juiio-,
down in London," and the natural inference will
be, let who will imagine to the contrary, that Mr.
tllia is a much greater man in London, than Mr.
v eoster it or can ever posniuly be.
John Seatt, late aolicitor on the 4thV Judicial
President of r A., Julge rf the axond Judicial
Uistrtcl u tka! K-rriic.
j Vi
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,v,t .:
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in.
1 1 . ,. i
ere n l 1 .f i I - l j
hr'f d"jr;i': ."a .
weiglied wi:h Imt. 1 i .
ftisrniifu. ' i . .
of tti wty, i d i- kr '.J t i;
body a Ug lA ':.e t
tin occai'i'
At all events, e sre I t -j :"
married, C oc at tn V
'!?- . ,
down and bs e3." lis ti i
tealing, beea wh'' J at tt p-4 fut L,- - T
among the ftls?, b ba i-Mj1, Lrw ' !
tarred and feathered, niS-m a a rail, ctf. j ,
the Legislature cse-wrsj Sates, aanjeii-aiki 4.
owed, eoevtctd rf topm?, arena, r?e nd
toTTjiclweir 14aJ, afeiscVd,' imi! f ,,, ' '
Turk a( Btlgri&s, ssiirnfrd a T(f jlm vum, 1,4
done almoat every laej ; bjt irwi k Ilesna "
there ia aw to be an ead to kin. lit ku rtuj.
ried a girlof 14 X T. Giittic f
1 L: ' . .
Tie Pritid, Ryttl XJ F rom Pvi n.
Bosy." TV rug!" of tbe Weaase re ef ilua aew
line are aow reipaated accnrnlnt to the
projected ia Eogtaad oor Uaae a V 4 , m
kaow at st iiMs baa beea fttedl e tor l&e irz.a
mng of operstkMa. aVrlapa tls rrp&u sbimur
will not eomavww asaul ta fwatg. W
nam of tbe motes Wh fHaaa aaorc sartkuarty
to comnJoraealKst anth tla V. Sakca:
From Havana a attaaer d iwwceed to ULV
Havana to M' - ii)
a
Mobile toTaaimra, ty BiMn
(mouth of ibe Msws;pi) t9 3
Tamptr) ta Vera Crax . I
Stop at Vrra Cnn 'r 1
Vera Una to UaraM. ' ' fl4 4
Tot
1?
At MiKHie or usiua taaj ia acKsrara, urr.
an. Coin! aad Nartti Asaeviraa aaaue; and m
TmpC'i iid.yesVfax take isj tb iersrav ai.:i
from tbeae pteoca, iut Litnec, rJ. JLoaenca ad
tbe04owe, "'
' Aaoiher stoadter wi3 praeeej .-x3a lis vara It
Vera Cruz, dec
-;- z 1-tarx. . XJtf,
iiiTMat te Tamjsjeei Vy V. Cs lMS"'!' 1 1"
Stop at V.Crw, asad aitosia-ta ' ' . . .,
Taromost ILtrsssa,try tLtm
1 ahd Miitsla i..u,-,.,..1ITJ
"vrT-tf-:- a n
Tne !famra Vera Crwx aad Taaxpka ml
land tbe -wtwarl tsrrea. North Aaseneait H
Colonial gUs ; a & at fsinW iatSUk wi
wT dims- a si kxti ajxtaaus stitso,
''.''' ' IXjtrmr. ,
Havana lo Jew ;;Ts-i." if Sa'.,,.....-.'--..
vtaw-aw Owarla-aai -1200 -',
esr Vork to Hasste'----:.-.::-.i.-.aVaV'-' -
Ualiiax to llaraaia. br Sm
Itut. dfC. a4 1 J7 il.
If,
23
8ippag4a'al 3i)r Yark aad ";' .1
Uh-u
Total . ",
Tbase sttsinsera, twice Mrb saauk, w3 bt m
regulated taat tbey nl reacb ILavaaa trosm N. V.
befure tb saisiH steasarrarnns fj-txa Jaauia,
and will kavw lUvawa tor Near Vocfc, etc, mum.
dialely siW ker arnvaL TW t-pigF nib" 4
Uahfai a Ne Vstt e m kowataar.
ciu-e if rLe cr fniuru Taa work frots tr
lisssrn to tbe timtat mTwirbhjfcyiy't!i-r
wi"'ftlM aaerf tbe arnv at.'aad'aWlirtnre ,! ''
lne nvna,'rf if pwact witk saais to and tn
tvarope an taw , uiiawea. 1 ey can take in tat7
coal tor tbe royi at UalUkx.
All these Lae riaw.ai.ito wftk the great 6.
front Jaasaica to EsMxaew Tbsj a-ercostne ss-
4twentasd sjrsjrid aad t asrsr. mnfl than aeeeaar
till aaore mue. Tb SWoser rf re H-d
Mail Packet C-apy, k bsalt aB af tb ta'ra
Mf and expresMiy kw tksa ertixrtttnUrj
IdtUigtAttr.
a tact woara a tikjcsa.td TnsccaL
Te those wba cwvwr I hat a ttiooaI tmk
would nreod - arksj-r af eftabfisbrf '
hereafter, Mgb b a reeavdV ft tbf rr.t wat
wbick the cooaury SB&ra, Maead tr W
ing abort extract, wkick, ai-b ikiee Laee rfcsav
nrmtl, sre cut troca tbe last RieimmJ Eifdrtr.
From tit XtUmml ttttlLfrmctr, Sep 1 4. 1 ?li
- Stork are eWa, wkle tbe nte rf esckaegt
are -dvaactng l a rasrf aad vptaKdrelrsJ ra
Tbe curreaey is ta cWmi rjia and baoknpt
7 J k TU iomntte x
ctiai'ge aever-aveta wont, mai -sxarW'avr
can be. Tb Sowbera k3s are sksost wofte
at tb nk,4u4 West a a arartr aa tad
nil-tin-, . ,M"t a to W sssr;".ww kacae-WBtl-"
I be U. butea Bsk caa aft a rdirf.sfvs
it ehall be abto ta - aw!T Tx- t n.u m
J quoted at lU cue UucLumt b -w Tack kit
I I. U 1 V
ian)B--.4anltaBn1M J
-New Yark Cary, h,9 W. Ceantry JaT;
Pennsx lvMV a ; Um. 7 a 12; New Bp
hire. 4 a S; CeMenv,g , 5; Yerm, tt t;
Maasacboseiia, I a iMawrc, 4af; Marjk.
7 a It; VirgswU, 10: KewfoekT. 29 a 23;
land, 4 a 1$; , Jtnrx. 9 a 7."
And abere kae tka kest fkrw breke at! I
lbs aaw Baak, jwot rs sew Lam rf the F
ft tie niiiiXixrafyC. --
jniLJELAYE.T2A.
The Q je rf Porta-,!, Dsm ILm. St- rJ
libbed S SM-Jr-fclO l- ta jmram.mlj of Cjt ;
in rv ktia to ibe atnre pr J to be a J 1
by threat Briiaia f r t!ie suprsMua rf t:--
trad. It i asi!wibej r us D- tne rf Lt-4, 1
tb 26 h rf Aagast.
TS Aetvra rrynmrJ to be d.fJ fcr I-
Brhisk G.rrmestf oaM h be tii irf sen-:
eoosdert:ija key IS tjsnj ecat rf IS '
world. It s 8 grtal ti,ui rf t U
emtio, as rt ts dimrj kiuck sr rhe tnm;1
and iiqirescnpttUe rigkto rf 'rmy iodVpco
xem-rchv. j
- Her M-ije-tr. rss !t- a ber
and tbe digarty rf ksV cam a, Im iks:y ta
eruty to sdJrU rmmwmtk fswd f
treaty rfVieassa a lb nrs ssrpporter rf tb f
ret-aa btkoc rf pxer, and a Ik gtsaraotee"
a decUraion, aatie at'ttT' 'Cbagreis, "bat
filing rf tbe prsj wbrw tb aiav trade hiJ
wae,nTal!j,ksd b tb srrt rf aer
    

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