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Sf'- verdant oak ftrejchihg out as it were his bare
-;: arms ; to implore pity from the-boirterous
OttlVWlK 'T?') MY' PORTER..' " fti".-- livfk fnrm nf .jfnirinrr rnril 'Alld wa.V-
icK wheat, we. fee die dry .ihorn itaik,and the
(FfcOM THE :fa'enc.0
... , r : I IU IT - . , - - ,
TH-MJ faithful guaVdiaf. of thele happy wal',
7hofJ horieft zed protects thy mailer's gate,
If any ftrahger.arjtlHSfmanfion . caH V ;
,,1'lt tell thee Who (hall enter, who null waif:
mould chance.' to kaock,
If Fortune, blindfold "dam,?,
'rroTTinimTie-ii wuri k" . . .ti ,,jc oc nt thp LiTr hm-ires m a funeral
fhrivelled itubble. Inltead of hearing the
gay- birds in concert, we fee -them on the
wing, - migrating to the South, and eager to
-warble under a Softer sky; Whether - our
walk is in the foreft or field, we receive con
fidant warnings'of the decay of the year; and
And hide-thy .matter from tbeir lyr en charms
For ii their clifinal train, black s mg'il, -Cotti-
hidcojs Care, and Sullen M.-ranchaly,
o And Son?, and Joy, aid Lighter take -their flight,
Nor leave one precious moment to deaf Folly; .
If at mv door b tjeanteoiH bov be feen,
V. . . . . .. :'j . I.-.. 11. - U ...... J V
(Hi little leet pave.ofi ray i.nc.uu.u nuu
You'll know the ofsprbgiOf the Cyprian Qjk
is nngn: Voiles a.duii.Tion always win
''"j j?h oft "dfWiv'ti,. I love the dear deluder;.
niwMf. dp wre-te-tfe-fmw-ii
1 I t. no's:i. in
Kor .vek;me.L'ove is never an intrncier.
NwTenier in. nar drive; her qaiteawayi
Bat hope ihe'Jl vifit me another day. ;
From tkt Tanner s Weell) Mufiuvu
WE AlL FADE, AS A LEAF.' -
THIS morning, when I opened my fludy
fhutters, and faw the brown oak leaves
flying through the turbid air, heard the
rocking winds piping lb'udrWdlmark-'
ed tliat the frozen ground was half conceal
ed by the fnow and fleet of November, I
turned to Ifaiah, and" copied my text. Tho'
naturally of a lively temperament, yet the
flate of myJpirits is regulated much by the;
feafon, and by the fky, and my gaiety, like
Mercury, in tne pnnoiopinc iuuc, nics in
;the"wopds, as at tKeTaTlTTguTeslri. aluheraT
In this mood of fadnefs, viewing, the defo
late ftate of nature, how natural for us to
feel the fentiment, and ufe thV expreflion of
the prophet, " We all do. fade as a leaf."
r.rr-T.t Frail as the leavesthat qui vet otTtbe fpray,
Like them Man flourifhes, like them decays."
fchemes, its enjoyments grow fallow with
years, and though we" may bask in the June
.of joy, for a time, yet tfye mouTnttuoTeTiF
bpr off our days " follows harih and fhuts
V?en fervicf able to feience. (A dt fire, rc excel in the
tnilitafy art, have p"iade ttie,r"'iulnenis.tic-aiHt. 'itie.
ciianic pi inciples of,pliii'op.liy 011 which it is t'ound
Cil a f Fit' f t ipittollrt ii iyu.? ero t p e r fed i o n . 1 hey
llo;nans where "they cai ntd iheit srnis carried their -arts.
The name o! C iccro was" rev crenced and his,
woik9 were read on the remote ba::ks of the. Da
nube and the Rhine. , . ...
allow and regret the ini tries attendant upon it
We mourn that if often, aiifss from nnjiiQ and trVyia.1
caufes and is often marked by a profufton of blood '
BOOT D SHOE-MAKE R,
F RO M DU B LIN,"
' EjSPECTFt' LL Y, intormu the, public that he,
has taken, that llore lately occupied by Whea-,
iton and nfddle, where. he'ihakevgeiulenich's boots,
;and fliaes, in the neateft manner and ihortefl notice. '"
NB. He alio makes ladit s (lioes and flippers.
1-Enti4vil4- J.i't 1 -tq, 42-3 :-
.1 1 ri.,:, u rru i,,.,!.. udiure
warm weatner, anu ihiks in cuiu. ajic uuuy pvprv r
of a fedentary valetudinarian,: like expoled
vegetables, contracts and is impaired by the
is a well known lympathy, his mind lan-guilhes-,
as autumn fades. - -At lea(r;? if the
intellectual: powers do-not- lofe their tone,
they have an impreflion of melancholy from
the whole fcenery of nature, at this dull and
tempeftuous feafon. Nor is this the peculiar
infelicity of the hypocondnc and the inval
ed. -Many of the robuft of my acquaintance,
who in fpring can "join in chorus with' the
robin, and in fummer dance like Ariel " un-
houcrh " will moDe during a day in Novem
!jer,- like'folitary birdsr-Ifffaa,;fuch is the
law of our, being that we are generally ani
mated by fpring and fun-fhine, and generally
depreffed by cold and by clouds The yicif
fitudes of the weather affecl: certain conftitu
tions much more thah-others but we-have
Rhakernear's authoritv that life itfelf is " fer-
vile tb every Ikiey influence ; arid Dr. John-
m i-p - t--f'rr'i 'r"j-?i-,sr-3Ttl- eKwtkUl m-A -mo.t -
ion, in lome very lecuug aiiu iwwc "ucojl
declares that, not only: the blafted plain cori
feffes the power of the gloomy feafon but
that its reign fpreads ftill wider, and that he
feels its power ufurp his brealt. ' - - -
of fnow, faft falling 3 1 my door,that they too,
Jlematical -'of-'much-of the friendmip, much
of the love of this inconflant world. The
fnow feems fair and prorhifes well, but try
it, and like a periured female, it is faithlels
and cpld. The laft month of autumn pite
fents in every driving gale, and on every dif
coloured leaf fome memorandum of nature's
change; and if,, after the firfl: flum of life is
over -we-enquire for thofe once foremoft in
. attachment and prodigal of profflions, we
fliall find in the emblematical language of
the ealt,- that the love of-iriany has waxed
cold;" and that man as well as plants, -alters
with the;feafon. Thele reflections though
melancholy, accord with the time of year. 1
is in fadV hallo wed time; it is the lent of
A penod. or dreannels, in . which
every one feels unwonted uloom, which is
manifefted aloud riotnly bya fedate Lay
even by the fprightly Mils Seward,with whpfe
defcriptive lines I fliall clofe a fermon, already
pronounced too long,, by half, for my gayer-
" 'Twas here, even here, where now I fit reclin'd,
And autunin's lighs found holiow in the wind ;
Load and more lod, the blafl o ' eveni ng raves,
And (trips the oaks of their lait liiigeri;ea vesi
"The eddying forragefl the tempefl flies, T"
And fills, with dufkier gloom, the thickening fldeSj
Red finks cite fun behind the howling hill,
"AncKruOies with hoarfe ftream die mountain rill ;'
Ahdliow7wTtH rfafflTiTg BTIlolTd WdTei"-"
r Rtms, fwoln and dafliing, down the lonely vale ;
While to thele tearful eyes griefs faded form
Sit$ on the cJduct, and tigns amid the Itorm."
: The LAY PREACHER.
WiEllES. my wife Rutir-lisuth. wUheut any
jufl: or lawful caufe, eloped from my bed and
I l ' tv r.i -t . . i t. . . i
foi'e given to all merchants, traders, public hoii'e.
keepers anj others, withi whonriifrmight have"T:re
3 i t on my accou nt, that I w ill t?y-no-debt con-
radLbyJiejrjbiejuenit to the date of thisLadverj
titement Ann I do alloi lQi;ewaro ail perlons what-roeyerfrora-harbcMiriBg
or-4n anyT'wiiejafRfliagof r
furniihing her with any article, whatlbever on my
credit,-as T a,na determined to pay no fuch debts.
' ' Richmoni dttnty , Dic.ythf 176 42
. An$ jcr Jnle atjke IrniUr Jfye;, in Fajetttyie
H O D G E'S N OH T i'i-C A R O L i N A
- A LMfir.N. A C K S,
FOR THE YEAR OV OUR LORD 1797.
Being t lie fir 1 after Be fcxiil or Leap Year, and the -
"""" af It 2 2d of, Mmericnn ln('ependept-e. -;-"
C tlculated" for t;fe State of North-Carolina, heing
precifely adapted 10 the Meridian and Latitudeof
tils" C;ty of ilxlt-igii ; but will ferve without len-
(ibJe error for any of the States adjacent. '. '.
..:o NTAI.N ! N G ' .. .. ... ..
The Lunati. rs, Rifi. g and Setting of . the Fun
Moon ind Sven Stais, Solnr and Lunar ECliples.
Reina r k able da) s, TV fi tv a I.v" Sc&c.
A variety of ufeful and amufing Articles,
Among wnicn are,
H I S It o proft flbr of pi
lent advice.- The ufe of turnips, and methodr
of laying them tip. lSew and excellent method of
civlrivating turnips. A preeata.tive againfl Ihiut
for blithing in, wheat. R efte&ions, on. an empty
Enlivening hope and" fond defire,
Refign the heart to fpleen and car,
Scat 'e frighted love maintains his nre4"
.. . And rapture fadJenS-to defpatr' ., ,
" He adds, pathetically, that man ftilf changes
with the changeful year, and is the Have of
' furi-mine ' and of gloom. ThomTon, whb
waa a diligent obferver of. every peculiarity
of the feafons, remarks that the power of
What ue terms rMujopme mefiutuiuiy, is in c
very breeze of autumn ; arid no feafon is
-inore favouableltolwoo 1 quiet in her
Vilptit walks' In fpring he calls tor gay com-
pardbns to rbye
from the trooK, or nowers irom uie Dans ;
'hiit in autumn raoft of his lines are in a pen-
; 'five tone, his images, to bqrrow a term f rom
n nt tiff. are-mueeDdnaaow, ana ne taiKs
pf" the lonefome mufe," ,.
.afiut" molt nen, nowever . jnexperr 10 ae
fcribe like the poets the ruffian blaftj" of
this ftormv feafon, feel their baneful iriflu-
- ence -uponlthe'.lbody,';. and J mark, gloomy
thoughts rjimgrin me ,mm., yv e a
round us, and difcern a great reyolutioft m
drives inavkUvUr from nations and often delivers
them Iro n oppremon. Could men nave reitea cairn
and iiiidillnrbed in the bofnn of cafe, cour?ge .had
never beenminib'red in tlie l'al of virtues I lad our
countrj' never bcn a 1 1 a ked, we n? ver had fel t-a nk
rtjoliry, nr'ext'Vted our. vafqur againlf. its lots. He
roilin would be unknown. The love of our coun
try (il it edified) with no perils to try it, wuh no
rewards toi;xt:ttttli'nvelatl cotnianr-aiui macjC:.
jlf ; Xbfr huin.A!jLjnindLci)old
m agn a ni m 1 1 y uth ej e fu 1 ts of dangefsind exper 1 e nee.
purfe. An account of Thomas Tophain. The Lay
Preacher, Another Lay Preacher. Cffflous calc.u"
lattons. prohely. ; Situation, extent, and boun-,
da.rics of the United States. Ofccrs of. the Ej;pcu
ttve'Depaftm aTfTfies. NrehTbefs : oTthe rHofef ReprefcJtatnaak
1 rnhjol aleTZj ad
the Supreme Coqrt of the Uwited States. and of the-
Diflrift Court, ot North,Caroupa4 with.a.n account-,
of "tlie Federal Courts eftalIi(hed by th,judi;iayV
laws. Time of holding the Supreme. Court Wdl. .
the Circuit and Dlflridl Courts in this fla f'tiw'
iter j of tJietliiitsd Statesi-ta Wrejgn,pow!evv.
ficers of the CnTtoni". fn.d oJ tlie k ci ft ih M'octn
"'.' -' .' "' War has, Us Benefits.
tI mjnd where fytnpathy
ment. and wherei the preflurt of feelinaauells the
voice ohildfoDhv, war wilf be looked upon as the I Carolina. Length, hi edtji, . Donulatiott, &C.Qfithe
fcourge 8B1 calainlty-of mankind, Guided by-a4iu----eeraLilatei
mane, out anwittaKeirprmcipie, men or oenevoience rMoriii-aroi.na ami ici ?no couhtics uiu
have feized the pencil of enthufiatm. and delineated I cers ludees of tlie Super'or Courts, of haw. and
the features of war. as hlootfr and difcu(linff But 1 Eouiry. Time of holtlinsf Supicme .".awl Cowty
the nhilofoolier who rrace the elEecl from caufes., Courts, ftlaibr Genetiijs of the Militia. Rate ofl
whofrom apparent eil extracts fecrer good, whofe rpoftage. . Summary of the debt of the UnitediSiates,
hand unveils the, bofom of oature, a"nd wTiofe. eye f unredeemed,. January r, 1 795- The aimuarejcpwi.
penetrates her operations, can difcover real-.tirility,
real adyantagBs, in war; can dilcover that it gives
exigence to niany virtues which fupport and adorn
fociety. that itroules the noblelf fdcuitietof man,
.. J r. .,. -a... j tv- ,i-i:....
ditures of ihe United Staus. Schedule of the tvor.
.her of ptrfons in the feveral diifrids of tike Uj'iteil .
St ates.: AbttracT: contaiiiging the aggregate amou.rvt
"of each description of pet fons in North-Carolina'. -A
table of the va'ue and' weight'.., of coins, as.tliev-'
pafs in the lel'pejtj. e ftates of the Uuioii, with, their
flcrllng '-and -feci -ral valne;' A t.tble ot pold griin'J,
agreeable, to 3. law of the Un't-Vcl Sta'tts pride d ttiej
9th Feb. t 79'. Ilul.ejioJixe.d ;.ii the enr reficiep of
0e difFc'tenf ft .re's ino c;u!i )d.e:r.'r"(le tofrnd-.
Hit p. The. turtle and traveller, a dialogue , Tl.e
kifs. Punch : t.he.me:!iunt f life. E'p. crams." - A-
i need ot cs J-A n r.xc ?4 If. c JL prfcU: r 0 !i orj hi ron i r..p-,r-.
Thus we (ee that war ewes exiuence to virtues.
Wars are of fervjee to a nation --a armies- olfer a
fuhfiltence and aa-afylunv for poverty fcnd wretched .
nefs, as their lifcipline reratnthe luxnry. f the
rich, and renreUes the defirct of fheJiceu ions ihar
fet pf men who prefer plunder to labour, an I wl o
t.ion. A con, poll lion for pre -fVi ylr.g '.weather bo?rd
tng.:; :jiec'cipr for perpetti.-.). ch!I' or baking,. .
Mode o( irsi'jnz tlie m -oof cTcTiiliirfd fpTntP pfj .:f--
Mode ot tr.v ngthe proof cl cliitiiitn iiint.
Tv'ViYgap)1e trefs1.' An .efT:rttial metl.od to pre--;
vent mice irom eating he graia in flacks or.mow tu
orciieefs, or other a. Ucl I'lualry inuvred r.y tl ei
r- r t : 1 . 1 ..." 'r . .. M .
eriilin. 1 nrc ior- a.iot)jfi -taw .or a ruiu,.iii
i t ' , r "" r . . 1 . 1 .r ...'. '
nro uie nin;i..or ro 1 -ior.
t :f itf or a rt.rif- '0r-
pr'ey upon fooety, are by the niennS of jrm3is:Joi: a mortal -diforde.r in hogs, vtry previtlpi t a: this r
drawn from its bofoni and tnac)e ! lW!'K 11? nri s.i tinie, catled a fvytlling in the tUroat
f foap. , Main poll road tUrougir the L, 'tatcs, ,,;c. " ;
" Pr tck4 C per dnf 11 by .tl'e thaofapcl, .'lijAr-
defettcc. Thus wars have: ; thrhngular r hikI .ufftVi
iecal intvZ-oij!--reteriBg '. vice .itlclt u(el.7tt,?uu-
j eace introduces luxury :ancL luvury is a know 1
lymptoui o me aecay 01 empires,
by the firorie ; jf,-. "pet do.' by the h.r.lf rr.ce, $f.
1 he liii'gle-ddzen, and if. a plecc-
X -y. a dot her.
j aper currcticy,
: rrranur as uie noiuiun man "Pi-w 1, w.- uan
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