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: THE ART OF tSAKINGF-r:
A Gran J Tragi-Comical, Dramalba. deal Kpifode,
In Une net
Taken do wain Short Hand. "V
' ' Scene .
L 0 u S t. u i'i .
i3U.nie.itJ'.' j " " 7""'"
n - . 7 J . . I... f ii
I'-'V t.M l. islMDlc. Uiu'.i
Slaughter. HamWi Ji.-:rc. th
thVfcpdft-yciLlfreJ-iird Tcl I move vctx, that the
furrier consideration of this qHeftion be pofiponed
tor immediate dttiuflioti by the ether gentlemen
77 -S lor liiVWite, nr;. oy in- iwi u ni ; ,
"theirs i lie" kvmlelt crathiir Tver knyew r (he
was ;i hl'ty tho'os and ponder i and then her eye
were iu iaiiguifhing
.... ..MiVltJPt- UT''Hk: llwMydj trcaJslu
h'xstoe Oh ;' ah ; fa chnllie ; oh my toe
Mr. MAGPYK, hrsfids'it..
Present, Order, order; will gentlemen come to
order ! You mutt know gentlemen, it is an ind.fpen
lable duty incumbent on us to.be ready cut and dri
ed for the grand harjv-.imentarion that is to enfue.
Are v our mugs all well primed . -
All. Aye, foaming to the ori.ns.
TV. Bravo, bravo! we Avail all have fl.ppant
be read ?'
y : Aft. Aye, aye, aye, .ay -j, yes, yes, yes, no, no,
Vr The nves I believe have it. lliole m the
- .' "il ,.l..r !nU nn rlifir lianas
axMrmaiive win picjiv ... .
s have h. 1 Kea.ui ftrreTrncmtn. wno ire-
nieraWt'for the "ci'W wterpeakS'&rit--my
Ia(l: but nobojy elle. You are to hooierve,
Ann-Antettfn is de tlrd time dat I luHike io be
kilt vid distem rabble. (A great, uproar )
feel plaguy fliamed, 1 v'eow you how, to lace Inch a
dueled fight of. folks; Howi'undebber, it is fartin
that I fine tofueak a eood word in (avor of thegaXls.
I'fe been married to my Dorothy this three years,
and, taniafhun feize me, ef there's fich another ii
the land of the living. Why, 1 veow.you, flie milks
twenty ccows ever day ; flie fcrubs the handielt you
ever feen, and as for making molaiies cake, dukins
Pre. Mr. Saal -leather. - -
with his hut on,) : " - ' '
So ;-. Mr. Chairman -if, a great blowing of r.ofa
' ; i'n: ileiue,Dfderi gentlCIllCn " "3n lnourable
nifiiiiier is iij).
" aSo.;-. 1 fay, if 'we confide r the queftion in its
wideit 'txtent',.it will appear the molt important
aueltfon ever a pitafed even before Congrels theiiK
1 lelves. I beg leave t diifef entirely from thegcil
rtleinah in the leather apron ou my left. He has
I "liiter.d to prove to you, nr, one oj the benches'
breaking. down canfts a g eat. laughter) to provelo you
that the " yard flick'.' pf my honourable colleague--
(a loud rear of laughter) my colleague who was ' fo
much hen-'ptcked (a great horfe laugh which ccnti-.
tines Jiv.e minutes : c-.oai-iramtr vnaines nts teem, us
'tfjon iu a "great pafon end Hatafar rijss. . V
Xt re. A member up.
take hWf-mel tuf n herljaclc tny
I ' . ..l.a i..n tuon nnt'tn
geiulemen, mat you arcm iaMgn ikt '"
didurb tlw harmtviy, derorum, and regulationths
of this meein -no hallowing, pounding, kicking,
hWin, clappjng, fcratching, elbowing, &c will be
tolerated. 1 Vill now proceed to read the quejtion.
On motion by Rheli'm O'Kbgherty laft Wednclday
will be debated tWighr, viz. ' Is the joys to be en
dured iu the old iWhelorfliip (late gteater nor un
der petty coat government:
Mr. O'Flaeherty. as tlw prppoier, win pieaie to
neu the debate. -
r ... . . .v, .
'J' ft. I Will Tile aS VOUr HWUUHI mua.iuv,
fliall beg leave for to be fpakito'the bennefits ex
ulting from fitch mectins as thete. liere. .
Prl You mean r'Mr. GTf lagherty, dont
. - - - . . . . i . ..
(VFl. Ave. all's one tor - tint now as ap ou
fee -for argument fake,- and, asJ waVgoin to lay
this evenin, -to fpeechfy is the molt awilaudablc
th'nw in the utoive'rfe ; becaufe, do you ee perhaps,
lnnlH be after tcllinor you, this here hauguU
contarms or tne nation now a . uw.v. 7wu,
r fnu afrer a (t o u i flvi n 2 y o u with my hellequence ;
-by J -s that was a bold pufh for an orator (Afide)
or if - ., . ...
Mn vMces, He dont fpfak to the point; kick
him lown7kick "him oifnanririmutrtorirhTOr
l.t 4.. t t ; ,.-...;...,-----r-r -r-vir W....,,---
Pre. Silence, filence, order, order, gentlemen, oh,
gentlemen. " " . , - ,7 r
O'Fl. "By my flioal but I will fpake; I II fpake iji
fnite o' the praltielt of you. Arrah be quiet there
- The d eel burn O'Flagherty but he will fpake, and
you that are lb noify hi that there corner, will' you
pleale to be afy while I bjeave-to Ipake in praiU
hf ttiitfvi'.ftaFffolrerirmelff . r - v .
' Sialmtker.- Pull .htm do'Jirn ; he dont fpeak a
word of fenfe. . . ,
- . (XFl. Arrah,. dear Soalleather, the dibbil : pitch--fcirk
me, an you ant the grcateft liar that ever Ititch,
the punkin patch fbe comes to me fo loving'and ;
1 i i- , n" t . - . II . ..
(Jomeboaj pneks ww UICKS a pin in nie ( a moji un
xonfciotiabts laugh jitencss Jonathan.)
Meinheer Vanfpunk. I dings, Mr. Speaker, das te-
flientleman mat te tow trowfers dat fliprakt laft was
IT molTumnaTTbirfbbls : mine Lot, ourie hat nieih
.fife flie. would foon fpeel te teiyel mit him !'
-(Ifc Tiniid get tpw
hand, containing the heads of kit difcottrle. ) .
Timid. I conceive) Mr V relident-en -tnar en
fa v eh (looks down in his hat) give me leave to
remark that eh eh that my colleague hem is
cohclulive eh tn. his argument eh--he has told
xoi-H-ei--( looks dole tn his hat) that he was-en
v-the happielteh-ot air. men.- uy--en-cnau-lifliing
thiJi--eh old bacheloi fiiip dotrine-eh-it
would be-A-eh-w mouth becomes terribly parched and
then fpils dangerous to the ftateand eli-1 would
beg le a y e . thio t eii v pu,
(his throat leenis choaked up, he. haws ana tnet: jpns j
that 1 fav-A-eh--fopfi down in his: hat again) that--
rhI fav; Sir--Y down confuted.)
. Pre. Oh Mr. Timid, dont be difliearteDedl try-4
again-pray finifli your harrangue, Mr. 1 invid.
tm. J lay Mr. Kreiident--cn--it is a marter, nr,
t-coughs andpitjiihii is to fay-eh--1 have
nothing more fo fay. He jits down and twaney gets
:apt to tbinkit is a jnatter.of great conlarn to- the
unitect oiaies in point oi population, ana as 10 wnat
the genth man in the red wig has laid -Slaughter.
Interrupting hbij move you, Mr.
Prefideht, that the gentleman now upbe ordered to
comb his hed, to wath his lace, and to pull off his
apron7lefoTelie is allowed to Ipeak before this il-
Sawny. An ye wad ha a fample o Ipa king, gen-
tlemen,l wul geejt to ye- In guide ti eih, I ha' a
mickle deelto lay on the fubjea, and ken ye,, moil,
wha was the prettieft laffie in a' the warld? ye din
na ' ken, 1' fuppofe. ( d craping, of jcet auia loud
Mr. Currycomb. Second that motion.
r Hamr Mr; -Prefident; my face is;3S tlean, and 111 " "
appeal to your honour if, I dem't look as decent as
any of you. . Zounds to be plain witn you, I neyer
faw fuih a group or ragged coats, greafy night caps,
and dirty'iaces, Iri hiy We. ' -
Slati. You're a liar arid a fool.
a (hUmmer darts at hi?n iid clenches him : a terrible
battle enfues, a dreadful uprur in-the hail, and fcperal
gentlemen are tr'jd Under joo)
Pie. Silence, hknee, order, order, for God's
feke. orjler to be
made orators. on.
'"'Slati. Fair play, fair play, letup.
All. Poriri a ring,-foi m a rintr.
. (The uproar eiureuje ,'aud the lad.s fcrtetvt : mugf,
'Jtgs, t, mciubexs, pc, are twnOMig together- in
a heap,) .
Jtian:. . dare you into the dreet.
S.?r (.'iitiif iifi I'm wrtur ninil
' Pr e T W
niyitlf, 1, adjourns this Society to meet again at the
lih of the Cabbage italk) on Tl urfday ncxtwiHe- -
vrno clock, P.M. Exeunt 'xmuess.
talking.')'. Gad zooms, an ye wana ha patience to
hear, ye may talk youriel , and tne mucKie cieei
take ye a'. 1 wad teli ye, mailter Prefidenr, 'ti, a
great difgrafs to ye, mon, o hi them kick up fic a
dnft ; (loud bur jl s oj laughter) what the deel are you
about, nion wi' your long face r ye kmna kap'
an ye-fltanna rha'- nae maie o' my eloquence. - 5;
clown.). " -
Chifel. Hikes, Mr. Prefident, the notion of im
proving in oratory. I ant prepared tblpeak; but 1
think in time tlie.city oL Philadelphia w ill hoJcLa.
feizes the honourable member, which prevents hhu jr on.
proceeding, , and unjortunately having no handkerchc.j ,
he is oblipcd to wibe his nofe on his coat tail : Mi . Sim
. :.o - , - ..m,..-
TtT TI t3 rl T' X T T "V T I-' O
W Xi O 1 -1 IN JLJ 1 JL, O.
A letter f t orn Petit Cuave, up the Bile of Leogsxk,
' t)th November, fays
"A mnlattn KvtliA rimf f.'jllfin t a t tVi A
Ail: Pu l him dawti ; down i kick inroruuiro?
wh e w (whiffling ) vvri ng liisunofe ; nofshifs s
s clap, ciap, ciap ciawje, y .wj.
' Pre. For God's fake, gentlemen, do,
-1 o-bft -a li tt le m or e quiet ,
pay, do try,
-m rr A I. uUTsa o c IntiT ill T vp nair rF
v Ft. Arrau ucai uumva, j - -
knuckles, do you fee, I'll be letting you know that
Phelim O'Flagherty arnt afraid of, the. prattiefl of
youw 13y my ihoul, was there ever'fucb-ioipudencic;
under the un ? A let of raggamufHatis, with leather:
aprons and -yirty faces, to be tafing a gentleman in
his fpach, is a burning fiiame do you fee ? (all quiet)
but as vou faim to.be bodd.ering nie no more, I'll
beg lave to be tor going on wun my can, i nc go
vernment of petty coats, Mir. Prefidenr, as I was a
going to fay, do' ye fee, is" ; I fpake from experience
is furely more honourable nor the bid batchelof
hip ftate. .Arrah 1 fliall be bold enough in telling
J- you. by the bye, that the old bachlor rs- poor, lou-
fy fort or being. iUY,i ."t "" """-
A-,fv-wife and 1 have, been thr very bappiel-eoa
rlp in all the kingdom ofFenniylvania, do you hear,
JleTaluugthdvmtage rfhlsaTJcoii,Jiiuret rija.) t
- Sim As I ant ready, MrrPrefident, to debate tbit
here tjueflion, and a great many of my friends pre
Cent here ant ready nut her, if ,1. ant out of order I'll
make a motion to adiourn this here queftion till
fbmeother timer-but asrto the-gentlemaVandle-(tick
1 would obferve-- " :
Pre. lnterrupting hwi Sir, 'you are out of order
IMf. Simple pis down. j-v ' . .. .. .
Mr. Buckram. 1 mult confefs, Mr. Brcfident, I
had: no intenti o n s.of ofFerlng my fentiments on this
--1 . i , ... - - ' i 1 -' ' I 'TT.
of adminillration in this place a mofe artful, infi
nuaung'tiian '.'l.never taw, and a more complete in
fcoaird re 1 thtrimr never ifiewrrupoii. Theie
arenow lying lvcre leverai Anicricati vellcls whuh
were brought in, "id ccnlequercc of the order iflucd
by the conimiflioners !t the Care,making all Ameri
can tile s bound to or from Br'uim ports lawful
priz- ! il ey-have been lying here from two to
-three inonthsuriogAvhich-timt -rhe- cargoes-ha
be-n taktn from them without, the toi in of trial,
iriore than three fourths of the men, Ci plains and
laiiors, nave tauen a iacr.nce to tne rever. ano-tiie
hbnies' We have lived-now this le veil years upon
p.- tender jade i never beat me therdeel a ence except
then do you fee.aud ; tor ; becaufe v as I would
acquaint you, flie once give a black eye with the
tongues ; but both of huz were foon as fweat again-
- as lugarcanoy, ooyou i .w.v.y
Fuoiea, and to face this refiieclabh audience where
all eyes are agape upon one, puts me all over in a
fweat; but, as circumftances prove to me the fallacy
6f the arguments of the gentlemen m the red night
cap over the way, I fhall beg leave to differ from
him in opinin.. 1 matt fay, fir, that I am kicked
and called a loufy Tafcal by my wife every hour in
the dav. Wbuld vou believe it, Mr. Prefident.!
don't you think (he had the audacity to call me only
half a man ! 1
Pre, As to matter o' that, Mr. Buckram, flic, may
have fome realon. .
Buck. I beg pardon, fir, but, Mr. Prefident, I call
you to order,--! Jay I call you to order, fir, and jou
needn't to nape your eves fo wide open at nie. 1
was going: toTelloxrrirrT-fheinstnmeT-d:
Twears it takes nintf tavlors to make one man
-gHf CTrtttc-inyaTCrH'CK, UCJiiyuuuici Mil uic a
black and blue:
remaining fourth or n ore like walking ghcfls than ...
lirg men moft of tlit m dcflitute of n ont y, and
not able to give their men a decent burial w hen
dead. But judged yourfelf of this Gaflon, this inhu
man wretch,, he has been round to the people whp
boarded1 the-unfortunate-Amerieaiirand -adviled
thehr tlTtuFri '" theW: ou t of doors, felling them f hey '
had not nor would not have money to pay their ex
pences, turn the poor devils out, fays he, and let
them, die and goto bell,' this was a fpeech from
jhe rrian on whole will depends the property of all .
tReniericaris who come to-this jj'oitT""' Under:Jl e -name
of purchafing he takes if WtoTcelf noTvoiuiW
tartly delivered what he' pleafes, and pfomifes to
py witnout tneiean -regard to hts word and honour-
A" few days ftnee he enticed a Philadelphia :
fchooner here With flour, by promifigbe:capt.
(who came Iere froni Leogane where ljis vefle) vas,
lying) upon his (acied Avoid and' honour, tar be
would take nothing from him, relying on thilie
came wun nis veiiei, out Dud no toontr arrived, Irut
L albn ofdered a guard on board and takes all hi
flour from- him 1 here are now lying at tj' feveral
ports in the Bite, 51; rtmerit'an Jail, brought in by
jhele lawlefs urates, and 1 believe i fpeak mcder
ittelyylien 1 lay halt their crews have died with the
fever." : "" ' . ' - ' - " ,
(he was the finelt body- m all the world: to. dam
Speaker this wlnfky has made a woeful rompreflipn
about nry' bowel 'jtgg-''" me a fma11 fit of the
;E,J&&$oj weTs ago,;fa. negro man by the name of CJ-
where votfare. . Your wife is not near vou. f bAU I' lays he belongs to William Sinclair, liv:
' . . . i . . v . I '. - c..i. rz-: 1 .
Buck. I beg the company's pardon, and lrom thele 1 ing near s-omcr, ouuiu-varoiina, ana nas
obfervationsl wpuld infer,that old batcblorfliTpis
the happielt ftate;
1 if. j- r j , i
neen auicKt wpwras ei a rar inc owner 1 re-
qucfied to apply to the jailor, and by proving bis
A great noife of bijingf clapping hands, pounding on property, and paying tne netellary expenccs, hg
and Soap-boiler boil rtjt 'together J owe cry boal- r " . v J i?' &pf Jailor.
leather,7flrSoap boiler.l : :: T "?l!i:iL ai 3A