LJ-ri - -. I tv,. t hi r annum in, ajvance.
.lLLWWjVtt;p,t aquore for ujefir
T- i INTERESTING FOREIGN
. V f 1 '
. i li crntt fot rich tub-equipnt insertion
8 DAYS iLlTJEIl Flip?! JCUIIOl
! RmrTTlTini - -: Tl.t'A ::Trr vraTm Wutf-Pr ;annrf -a firA-.:M'
a: - l
r if. - ' i
Cll A KAV 1 tK.
Opinions uf i!
iiii!n W:s born
rr" M il.rIAirfary:3Wwencer ana - w -.Jr
it - . :J...r AP TUP
AND SOME OP -THE
Celebrated Dr. lush.
December -K it'll,
ps of PUiladcflphfa.
lis. Hge, !)e w;i?j sint
mi'Wciidfiny in 3nrylan!, and
a cvntlcrailc ''.kmwljliwltf of hum?
t r addition- to his classical a
i .K And v.!j tUsfihrfMnaikal)! I
aJiifNVordrr. industry and puncti
iiMTlornwiticcipl outy. Ai
"rt tin niiUs pN'Cf nml rxa
:iU Furlry, his prij
; r rkt n'vrri'nce for
' i, iirs, vhich Kiid
BRUNER & JAMES,
Editors 4 Proprietors. - ,1.
" KtCT A CHECK . VTCtX AIL TOC ' ?f'
, a safe." ; : :t
ljv Ipvor f Availed so eitrnsivflv andl
nita1l! ii PhilndidnhiariiAti! it Vl J
r sti (!'hv th !ctirs of trrd1mnih(6ntM
y )k Uusb. which consipirortprofu
itor, n act
fusion ano us pn-
iH uuliiopliy and pit ty for which, lin l
t f lftK heff as sor; )rc-clminntly (lis in
i liilii'il. From tliiis : place lu wrhr to
O' lpceton Cofllft andl n-crm-d th le-
; I of A. Ui hi'loiC: COiliJ h'lini; hij? six-
it: riu ytar, a great1 proul.ol iik ustiy
r. v talent n :
1 f L"
Do HlSj AXD LlBXRTT
NUMBER 3, OF VOLUME III.
, N 0.J FBI BAY, MAY 15, 1846.
AI'ut leaving Collegp, In- ooinm need
KrUrudv of medicine under Dr. U dman
l) hiting Kuhli, an
ot tlie pre.-enl
fi:-ion. Ma)iy stJt 1 1; jj:al a luio!
lur.e 'HMfinllf Jec
Whih. at leait. tliey
is different in is tvpe from
vai'edln PhilaMflua-r J7 It was du
ring this year, 1 jJ3. (to ciMitifiUP the mt
moir i am sKeicnuig i inai uc Itusn ac-
!i 'I ' 4 i . L f .
oU'X quireo such cejepniy HS I(JL UTim-irtallZe
Jjy. yh enier uponli "is iwvme, by his iiHxvprrexertjittis atjd
ot Ihe mi-Iifil
! xvfifi'lj lie cOrtJinued; IhNt the dinxtioa of
j 1: Jirifatnguttif'd pr'cep'or for .six yrarv
j Vf ht 'wr a)ro)riaU-1y allu.le to
I te'diiiVu ncf hctwiien tlie course. pursued
most ot the
i 1 1 e
understand The iin-aufl
mif wl llni nrolehs,ri nohetter than tHeV:d
' i Arabic or fcuuci it.
lire, writings jiJ'
lfloodjIetting, ,and thH tnost'active calhuir
t ics, tiniui ition and other modfcsjof ireAt
rnent par hvrn adopted, hntngxraVati'tl
ratheHhan relievecl the. difsVS,Vand tlie
(Vvrr vxaHlof that hghlyl mtfamm jit or y
grade tJiaf nothing, mni hi arrest it htit tlifi
inost active depleinVeme(ife tlivNew
Orleah.. whrre this epidemic-TrfqUent I v
the influence, of successive, epidemics.- up
on each other, and the hurtful as well as
salutary effects of his remedies; and there-;
hy acquired a knowledse of the reigning
disease, in every successive season
i! In attendance upon patients, his man
ner was gentle and sympathizing, ,thtt
pain and distress were less poignant in his
presence. " On all occasions, he exhibited
the manners of a gentleman, and his con
versation was pleasant, sprightly and in-
Dr. Rush Was a voluminous and an ex
cellent writer, and wrote a great many
useful works on almost every subject.
His last prMluction was his ,worl on the
from a'llifter- minfl .a most intfrestinsr volume, reolete
ence j)f cJitiriate jid injrefnce in pVriod, t with uselul and important fac:s. and which
the yellow fever. Incident to New Oans, i of itself, is sufficient to rank him among
bn vails. such a mJn of trk-atment would
highly cotldenined. as I am aware 'liv
havinbr,practised ohe summer in this citv.
in one (.f nsm,wrjatI Epidemics, and
iin-re is no ootini lint
blessing ivouhl it be to a nation, if all her
jhysifcians should attempt to imitate him
in his. zeal for the promotion of science,
his patriotism, nis morality, his piety, and
Kis ceaseless eixerticfns for the relief of pain
and sickness, land amelioration of the con
ditio! of i is fellow oien. If such were he
ease, the beautiful language of the poet
I might be applied to every medical man
. " A good physician skilled oar wounds to heal,
I more than armies ito the public weal."
, j" Medicus.
Memphis, Tenn.,Feb. 14, 1845.
hat which pr- i the first class of writers -Does it not ap-
n f i.. : . i ii t
THE PROPOSED GOVERNMENT RANK
j FBOM THE BALTIHOSG AMERICAN.
.That the Suh-ireasury contains in itself the
jierm'ot a Government Bank no one need douht
tienlar. lond of, union which could. mke therr,
werful to renist thp wihe f ihe coontrynl
larg to maintain Mareful relations, and nettle
our trout wilh (Jreat Britain on an hunet
anJ fair lasi. The tnost the country had to
fear in tb settlement of the Oregon question
wa the worship atid l.lindu.s of parly. Hf
alluded ti a hand ifi men in Congress, not de
ficient in point of talent or small in numbers,
who were not governed by local influence
whose minds wre ,corqj)fehen?ive enough to
take in the whole ciuntry kt a view who were
now actuated by certain treat principles, the
general adoption of j whichj they lelieved would
benefit the great mass of the people, and who.
when the time of trial came, wi.u'.d be loiind on
the side if their country. j Mr. Webster con
cluded his address hy thahkins the people f.ir
the kindness always extended to him with so
liberal a hand, and sat duivu amid the most en-
The Cambria run aground cn C ifc C
C retc ami Passengers sa vid ( ' - c
citement in England on the Irih (
cion and Corn LrticsAdcaucc in
ton Attempt to assassinate Let is
JippefltghtofXurcarzfi'czi K. ;
The Steamship Cambria, on coining 1.'
ton on the 3J instantwent ashore : Cr
The passengers and mails were saved, r.:
thiwiht the vessel Ikj got c.fT.
With regard to the Cambria, we ci!ri:t
following from the Boston papers : 5
" On Saturday night, about 20 miqutc! 1
12 o'chick, the weather! lieing fpj:y, a: '
Iniat ruuitiiig at half speed, just as si v.
Imut leinj; stpM for the' purpose t f
he touched slightly on Jhelnrtt.in, i t
gines were imnii'diately reversed, l et
maiued hard and fast, j An anclir a : 1
cable were then carried out, but af:er !
on il ihe anchor came home. She:i!
pear strange, how a man. possessing such jwho iyill; consider f.r a moment the main fea-
pro- ! his success in the IreatimiHof yejlow fe
!; he- ver vliitHr prevailj-d that jear. jr seems
o ..a ' 'hat tlie disease' jfevailed to such an ex-
a:i s were a
tnoiig the lirst hoolils h? rend. vbo apb
. Vi '. t ..)! . "i. if i
tru is ue iraiiMau'jL u uere coitimencj
i Til vei ping a. tti)'e-oo! of remarkable oc
:, c ii i f ; 1 1 c t s Vl licit be; coti'iniied, iipunn
EitnrovVil phin. thijiugh life. In I7j7(5, hi
J wrjt.to Edihburg. iuid was then giadu
, r'rU M. I), nti8. (I,- spent the ueXt uiii.
tiiiliT hisrailuaiioii in Lotidon.-4.jn .thle
t: Apflo? he Visited Fiance ; and in t
r jiuim u to, rnu;i(itf ii)iiia and comrin
- t ! ieV i r'act i c o f . b is !i u o t e s.s i o u .
. While. in Eufop) , he'distinuish
u f ly lheks'u;c'.s'Iiil execution of s
tnissiou entrusted lo linn to soli
I an extensive practice as Dr. Rush, eouhl
find time to write so much, .atid at the
same time, so well ? But it is said he wnji
j a great economist 'of time. Not one mo
ment was lost or unprofitahly spent. A
very short portion of his lime was given
i u iw outii an 'A" ,: Ml ftMTlb ailU Im 'M't IMM I 4 11 II I it" II I II I ll
tent. Jhat nit tmsiiess 'waj 'suspended in j sitting hours at the talile feasting on dain
the elf nearly hjalf ihe population de-l ties, as is the custom with too many, iren
paited to the country scarcely any per- I tlemen ; he would only sit long at the ta
soris yer" seen in the streets except phy j be when he could enjoy a good intellect
sieinni, or lho"e s -eking them no noise i ual feast. It would seem that no man
couhj.be heard in! the stress except the ; can have so rnueJi to do. but that be can
find sufficient time, both to read and write
slow Wnd solemn rattling of the hearse.--
everj.thiiig'jwore the picture of gljiom.apd much, by properly economizing his t
death. Tiui; lever continued about one i Few men have written more, than
in I hie
hundred days, from J u I v to iXovenjiber. atid j Good and Dr. Clarke, and vet few metr
more: tnau lour thousand inhabitants died
It'wal long, before anv medicine icould be
found; w h ich would a I lot 1 1
" th Kick.
t i Jr.
Vitberspou to accept the Presidency of
iVficettm College, and induce ihe Piesbl
tVfjk'.fo consent to lii distnission, A sbojrf.
ti a nfler his rt'tuju fioni Euiope. he was
tlieted Professor nl" C!h rnwtn in tlil C.A
- " A ' - - ' - v r f lift' V- 111
ieSd Philjtdelpliia. In 17til. wh hi tl
College was merged into a Univeitt V. ht
wis appointed Pi dlesor ol the lnstituits.
xaiciice.ui meuicpie anu mimical pracr
VU Kuh, to use ilie opinions of his bK
' ,jraliejVT---jidi'r'ed ihe study of medicine.
i.iliL'h less 'complicated, bv iMiiuncl tf tlie
class hcatiorr ol diseases, adoiif ed b Faik-
tlie least relief
Kilvli fi-ii'il iViTV lhiiir
i bat had tjeerrvi'Sprted to within liisknoVv
h .jji?f but! without success-, lie. first, efn
p!.Vertl the getFfe Dll'rires u'sed.riir the vid-
v a ' .7 ; "
turesof that system. ' Intiniati.iis are already
givWof ihis ; and when the measure shall have
once received the sanction of Congress, such
iniiinations will appear more frequently, and
with jess disguise. -!
"The drafts of the Secretary of the. Treasu-
ry upon the customs here," says the N. York
Morning News, 44 would be a description of pa-
- 4 ner thstt wimlrl he fnrrrlv rmxrVil mi inln o.
i : - r n v ---pi" i' ' - -
4 change circulation, in their brief and rapid
4 pasiue from their issue to their point of col.
lectl'n. and an amount equal to twenty mill.
4 tons; of dollars would be held in suspension by
4 the internal exchanges."
Tlie pressure which must he brought upon
the money market by; ihe introduction 'of the
A procession, numbering nhout one thousand, .broadside to the beach.
tvufl lhii firttifn n nn lr elutt)r wma Aet ' .
! ed to the residence of James W. Paige, Esq.
It was then di
ed bv communication wilh tun thn.-p t'
' was agnmnd on the leah, ofTTrum, rJ
1 miles South of the Highland lighr, Ca;
; and was heading South.; There va cm
J ble swell on, although fortunately it w;is
A niPri.j ..B...Aan o,ll,a.0 i y eahn. Other anchors were came. I i
From the National Intelligencer of May 1.
every efl..rt mvle to heave ,herifl At
test account jhe reimiied perfectly liV'
As vxm as the idins reachecl li ,
rangements were made for sending ni
the sleam lowt4at Itolierl B. Forbes r
steamlniat Gen. Lincoln jpuf ofTon'Sut. '
ning. with a strong force of menj an 1
were more continually emrasred; in activei
business. Their minds, while engaged in Suli treas,iry, the premnitions of which are al
I l!i : ' I 1 . Ml 1 I
bhNiciats. -The tiatuie. and dot t
t..(me of ijie ilisease. was with him of hy '
'iijporfaiicivj, lie iejec-ted ihe nosological
iiAaiigriueilts id disease, and uttr buted
'l.-lrJiiuiiUMM. tjoi u, uuultiil i xcije
t I p.if ut induced by; irritants, acting upon
, ! ivrifvrnus tel)iliiy. And he coji'eiidt'd, that
htl morbid sjate wa such. . as either f
1 tidsrrt uetueiioii or s!iinulation. Ifl w is.
i tlHi.!arCoidtng to his views, only
, '. 4rS: t( wMcer'taill wiM'lher the svs'i
S qiftfe'd -siiftiu alioulor depletion, and
Jj those eujedies.j wlich would be mst el
T It C'ti'il lit attaining Ihe one or the
IF . A L.. . -'a 'i
fll these -eiiK-N. as tiugllt le uecess
l iu. it! iheidaiijouage of his biogr
4 tlill he greatl simplify the study of
j cii-, so that Ja student,! accoidiug t
Xj jap,roel pltt,j might hctptire a iiujie ex
1 liusive Kiiovrieugc- oi lius science In one
1 i V!ar ihan he could 'formerly in tlvJ-; the
i):ti,!ysu m, retptii ingoniy a relent ive no m
rvanu a ioirg coursei ol ueaoing. nnu ji
f Tkiiowletlgei ojf the. tie wi oie dejiendihg
bsciiniinatiug jttdgrtient, and minute
their respective avocations.1 were employ-
ed in meditation upon some interesting
theme, and as soon as they could command
an opportunity, they would transfer thf
result of their thoughts to paper. To re?
cur again to the language of his biogra
pher Besides ; the advantages arising
Irom bis economizing time, Drj. Rush posi
sessed the facilities of an excellent edu
cation, and had the best possible opportu
nity lor mental improvement. In addition
to this, he was gifted by Heaven with a
lively imagination, a retentive! memory, a
discriminating judgment, and he made the
most of all these advantages, i From hov
hood to his last sickness, he was an indei-
fatigable student. He rad much, but he
ready apparent, will uflbrd a pretext, and er
hnps ;a jusiitication, for the admission of Gov.
t ritrjiMit drafts into circulation. The banks
wiil he. forced to restiict their issues : the scar-
Editors of this paper ihe following. 44 hints,"
which cannot be better rendered to our readers
than in his own language :
"The Editor of the 4 Union claims ihe final
action of Congress uMn the question of notice
w a a friiinwtli iKar A4firiaiiwl.iI.. I I . t J
- i v- r- hit iiau i
j labored hard In induce ihe House to pass na- i r3 wa ,enl 1,1 tnpa11" Wl,n Jirrt'
I ked notice ; but tlTe IL.use havi. g modified iW ! lhe 'n''',t Mayflower to put ofj'a!.
roso nlioii rennrleH hv Ihp ..mm Upo r,n P... i in iaiesi iiiirni!ieii(.o irom me vJiii
eign Affair's m such a way as to rebuke ihe ex- j
treme ultra g;und taken hy the President and
the Executive organ, ihe Editor, seeing that it
was irn;osille i ohiain a naked notiee, cried
4 Vief.iry !' aiul, professing himself saiislied with
the resolution of ihe ILmisj. directed his eft'irls
to prevent further m dirication of the res lu ion
in the Senate. The disctissi tn h i I lasted but
a few days in the Senate before thi Presi lent
o t his ;
city f money must produce great distress. was compelled, by; the force of reas n address.
,,r. ; , rre . i ; ed to an intelligent na'ion, to s iy to the 3'nve
t ii inouc nt rrun so iitiurti, su rnsj, so
complete, as the creation of a new currency
to supply the withdrawn circulation of the hanks
-and this new currency, too, far superior to
any local issues ; equal, in fact, to United States
Bank notes in their best days !
It is too ridiculous fir belief that the project
ors if the Sub-treasury design it merely as a
receptacle for coiri, macje safe hy bolts and locks
and iron chests and some vaults; that the dis-
; i I i . r r .t- ...i i:.
thought more. His mitld Was Constantly j ""rsemen.s anu iran.wn o, ,e puouc money
engrossed with one literary inquiry, to j are 'P ' made 1,1 coin a,one wi,h ils repeated
which, for a lime, he devotedi hjs undivl- j countings and transortations from place to
ded attention. To make himself master p!ace The true.design will he apparent hy
of what subject lie read, he meditated, he and bv,
conversed, lie devoted himself principal- j The New York Evening Post, another Ad
ly to medical science, but he look such ;a niinistration organ, has the following :
nm hl'onoiKi io fluty l-i ; nksi i j 1 1 r t u !
v . I, ; I i . h.-vm v 9 j.i Actn blib ' pttinlitr t hut thn W hnr ni rt e uid.id 1 1 tlta& rrt
to make all other branches of knowledge i , "r" V ,T V",,p - i V . i i ,u Vi r
, .. .. i :. ., branches of the United States Mint here and at j servative Democrats, have, hy thus defeaimg
subservient to it. From 110' t SIT li.rtMr-ir i,-lsfly admitted that this ! ihe. Administration, probably saved the nation
ol the mind as connected W . iHHly. ln,e done ; ihe pnr time for doing it from tear. The present posture of .hi, whole
lie drew many usetul hints .in regard to . wbjt.n (he Independent Treasury Bill passes, question ought to be held up in strong contrast
rh.. unotioiid nnil diseases ol the later. . . . J . . 1 . . r ... .
loy iVver ih bgt with no avail.
O. .serving that the systeui was greatly
ios!ate hy ihejdisease, ie employed lor
exeifilig th sanguilerous system, such as
bai k.fwinej brandy, anjrriatics. &c. ; ap
plied Hirers to lhe limbs,ineek and head,
but all werHnehS-chial. When." to use
the language of his biographer, ;4he saw
ihe epidemic spreaifing i such jdevasta
tions (hrodgh the city, atuj could find, no
remeijy to resist ts destnlictive progress,
his tnjnd was sorely distitp. s; d. But lie-"
I eAingJihere wan no disease lor which the
All-wise an(IJ)eneyolent Creator had riot
provioS (I a remetly. he retired to hiss:udy.
and there diligently and minutely exam
ined etvery thing connected with ihe sub
ject of yellow fever, but cpuld tjind ti.otli
ing satisfactory, the writings hejng Either
contiailic'oiy to each other, or to his own
-XlMl':liln. ' It.i It'...xl1.. ......x..
Ti T or,' tauin rtcn.s iill
old uOHiiusenpt artifmh papers written
tiy Ufj iWuchell. ol Virginia, wljo advised
activei evacuating mediciuos. and who
.1 l;.l i . . . I fl...f l.i. ..I ... ...... .......
. i i . . i t . ......... .......! i i i ',. : M . ... .... ' It is a common practice t. fodge quantities o with what it would have been if Congress had
rn o ii i ii )' mi s ii urn iir. ivon rieiiHV- i mpii ii'rv. mei:i imvsie nurnrni iiihiikii. . ...
. M T i Vt i , V i j , r-7' V : J ."; i i ! , ; Int prions meiais wun tne mint. Not a dob
I. Ik. - mm I
ceivea at uoston, was in n ociocri e; .
1 morning. AH the passengers hac be.-:;
landed. The ship lay h roadside to tK
heading West ; not leaking and npparei
ttru'med in the least. ; Nine f tlie p t-
arrived at Boston yesterday morning.
got shore by wading through the '.
! rejHMted that the' ship Wanted only t;
j more water to float, and as she had tv,
' dred lotis of coal on'ltoard, U' was iIik:
! could be sufTicienlly lightened by'pitc!.'..
and coua'ry, through hisfrien l Mr. II ly w o I, i ,J,r . , , , . ,
that he dilnot believe that all hops of oM.Vro. , Fhe brought lj her is down ,to
mise w is at an end, anrl th it he was not pre- I 7" RmJ 14 of P araclerj I h
pared to plunge the nation into a war for the lhat wcnt ?ul frT S e 1
irhole of Oregon: and that, if England would werft M"'7 ' Knland as lendu. : :
compromise upon the basis of the 49 h degree j 8e;);c P-ace U-tween the two conning
of TatiUKle, he was ready. But all ihis did no. i 1 he Lgi'h "plt4 are engmssed 1 y
satisfy the Senate, nor induce that holy It, give , nvn l,,,,,,IC nt?r; HnLJ',,c rc,,P'n;;'', ' ,
what the President was most anxious lo obtain 1 c,,rn and the Irish Coercion Bid 1. a 1 i
that is to say. the House resolution, if noih- ' T h a, T l rIPe .ed ' r .'
ing better couM e had, but naked notice as i V Wt"Ad.h Ui ret,re rrom b,l h '
the thing most desired. The Senate chose lo j '"e 'ead of a (lairs. , . .
instruct him literally to re-open negotiation. And ! , 1 hf "PP""-'' to his measures was c
to labor to settle the difficulty by negotiation i ed.Z ,ed U? LM,nd Stanley. j
hy a treaty upon (he basis of the 49:h d-gree. 1 he coiton mirket had advanced on f.r
44 Never was an Administration more signal- j a l,enn' H"-rn.a hav.ng earned u
ly defeated and reluked ; and yet the organ is i "", l,l.on of tt i','rt;r.p. ,,,1, !
still crying 'Victory! victory!' This bald j ".',p" g-ny.wa dull. No .::
Ii vnoi-riiv- nun-lit to 1 i.,,,,,! no th merit since the last advices. i
1 r ; . .. . .'I hro voa nn I'rt 1 11 r I r m JA in I .
M .1 v ii ..t.ii .r ..vv li -
' - - l tnr ...L...t ...Kly.K M...t... I. -tn I I . . c
iimm i, , iiiii Luiiiiiiura ui in n a it 10 , i
! The House of Commons met slier t .
1 on the 17lh, when debate on iherlrili c
sustained the President in ihe position which
he assumed in his message.'
ed sobnd und correct. II. ' then Comineuc- i phy. natural liisiory, pt)lilicaj and moral ; ar 0f ,he money placed in its charge has b
ed giving strong cathartics, such as calo- ! ohilosonhv tfie nrinein es and nraetice .t i I ; ik. .. .rii -...i ,i . !
- m . . ' . - ; I I i 1 -r j - " , i .- . J i illy Ol .if u II jl.l hi n leu I ft I Ur. 1 -
finl rtjiid jalap, and was considered very ! of agriculture the liberal, j mechanical sit.: Let ihe masses of coin which it would j Important Testimony a to Oregon. the
siuccesjsliil. curing fourojt of five pntients. j and chemical arts. histories of! voyages, j be necessary to use for Ihe custom-house dejn. ! St. George's dinner, a few days fiiiee. the Brit.
To 1 1 iji S mode.; he added blood-letting, cool ' travels and the lives of illustrious charac- sited inthe brancfi mint here, and the certificates ih CtmsTd, resident in New York, A. Ban lav.
yj- vni'ii.-. i.., niri, ami .1 j m i liii I wii iria, mm i in. Il.liuir. wi IIKIU iinviii an no J - ..v..j ..av iwa.yi.i ysj u. .ia. . u vit.u j tsij,, OTilllliaieu all HOlC PJWCCII Willi uic ioi- . , ,p. f in L i. tt'-'-
of-eofii Wnter to the b.wlv ; He iwino-vneb vm r-ii-l f ucru '.i.imtpi- reliiinrt. Abm! ! transfer thi' money to the custom-house, or to the. i I.ivvimr rftmnrknliht Mt.itMiiit. n to ihe value of i "..L1"1' . W I ' '
,T .............. r . ... . a , .-.. a , . ..' If ... O " ' I r..iu.in T.i.. Mlnl.ll.ll,.t I)... i.iih ! ,
eiv siieeessio . ;inii onri tormoi irovernmenr. weresoiar Known e"v v ..lunyywot,. u .nam wresnn ; . - - . . ., ti .
i i. ' i ' 1 . L ! - .... I I? L . J f .L I . . . r ' t ' mi I .
hill was adjourned lo the 3Jih;
Peel, in the course of. debate, took ,'.-.
say that the Government had ordered
f Indian corn and American Oatmeal f
laud, and that the attention oflhj Uyi'r
hy night and by day, had been given lo i;
ancholy position in which the siier oi
placetf. , j I
The Hillowing is an extract from hn
. . .1... i ... ... . I . .H -...t....l ........ i" .. '
oil iinr W't ij'i' ii mo, iik ii ii j' ' .t 1 1
remei)es. he was entir
' a n.d c
tljeiidiiihitaititsjof litis' phjnti ous, !aJ;ri
D . 11 ish.
rdatice with his Mstiem,! conclude
tilth cohutrv. irertirrriJ tiei)le;mg Iniej i-. them.
cities. The iinlst kimide triode of
l tifu he cousiilejedjto be blood-letti n
' . 1 - I t ' 1 : jli . . i .. i ... i. i '
iitcn lie was a niosi Nireiiuous auvoea-e , oiaw t un u see
m i w la . ' m m m wt km mm u m - m mm. u am k ' n .fn nil wmm m n-.k n avr n . i
! iis great success afforded him inexpn-ssi- to him. as to furnish facts, illustrations anu ; t..,,..a.,i-,. ,., (
tilej.iy. fu ihis happy state of mind, he analogies, casting fight on medical sul ! ..v.. ... -..m
entered the fnllnivn ; I.t. U.l- A,. if. ; ! I trufidung specie about the city would ! pervades it
.-.I thi. tf...V,..,...T. ..;-r .- n. -i A.ulJ tv. t.; .u .i..i:U..i ;.t. .tA. deprived of iheir favorite topic. am sure,
i . .. pvr ii ... i ii'i- . i iii.niv vjr;j, j ui. ito.ii urngiiirn uiuvu in aiiiui . . ,i
I ..I' .....J: .1 lii . - . I 'j 1 .1. . l I I I . 'rPlir Ofitu hWlirnftnt nf. a Lrii.rti mini will nnl OlHl
ii iiinr iiuouieo p;ti leins, i i ria e visum or inai a ceruim nut nor. nas reui.iriveo. umi. i
presc Led; lor. to ibtv, 1 have lost none. r he appeared coustantlv to have. n mind
Such ibeing his great -success, he -not only that true and beautiful seutiitient. of Cice-
iat eotihliiot visit, all the patients yho-ealle"d ro. .which says study employ usi in youth;,
ill- tin hiiti. IU- could not even prescribe lor ; amuses us in oh) age, graces; atid embel
di- tlieiiijj I; was often with great; difficulty lishes prosperity, shelters and; supports
a " ' i I -'II .1 I . I L . ' a I - a . 1 . I 1
nepie-j coqiu Pfj'ss inrougn ine s reels.- on ae
ig.! of I cjotintfi)!' pirsous catching ilndd of him to
i i .i 1 . . i -
adversity, umkeis us delfghtediat home and
easy abroad softens slumber, shortens
ihir vi.-l.- nni h. h.-i I'm i i nn. Mini fiitivens retirement.
I - T" " ' I . I'll IV( OHM IB', t m J & 9 - - vi-., .
aridrecardi il as ope uf the most elliciint ! been icornptdlecf ti drive his! carriage' But the crowning excellency of D.
rtifHVie;fi.rtht' .disejfe of- tih countv, ' tliroug i the streetsxwith great! haste., to B.ish, was his sincere an I ; fervent piety, j twenty millions Would go but a short way in
J jfticulaHy jjn levers, j He regard ek CH- j giet otjt; of the reach of those crying after , The religious impressions hej received ill I supplying the deficiency caused by the contract-
t'iOtics iieAttd thkil.!ettitig ns a'tleole- ! him. i'Lverv inotiient of the- intervals be- , his early vou h seem never td have been ,A issues of the hanks.
tiag remedyd UIJIicm' he regnnle
f n'l 1
asrtln he.t a id uiost elfeetua
modes of tlej
e l c.tl- J t weei bis visits to the sick, wasV'inployed
h carried tltesp t wo
tva greater extent, t.h.1
ii vv nre.viousf Ptivsiciaps.
f jved niticlie .'Ibus
itl had been thine by r lien
occujiies' your mind as well as mine,
have vent the dark clouds we have so
lonrr bomii ruintr frnrti ttiw Wct Tl.t f nniv
be necessary for the issue of .he sort of paper , )np v f,r t ,a!i time tcUe thcy are ,
here spoken of. Every receiver-general, every Mir, jn ihunder and lightning, and lo scatter us?
colfeHfiir at an important port, may give occa- , Are the hands of 'brother lo he raised against
sion for issues of paper representing specie. i brother, like those of Cain ? Are ihe land and
Tweiitv million it i-thoiiLdii. miirht be held in -ne.sea to oe siauieu wun moou sneti oy Km
suspension. Mjre than that much more.
Unless we ire 4 come down to the hard mo-
'ell V -i . tl .i u. i u j j tioii of ihat journal wilh ihe Foreign i( C
44 Mr. President : The thought winch is deep- ' , r ' . .l I '
L : T. ...u:. u Lrd Aberdeen, gives to the ex ra l an .
U IllUn I III 131 III III! IIIIIIU, - III! II I I , i , .
..''i .ii J . a i lance which will ie lest apprecr.tied cii ;
entirely at all moments, whi.-n, I .... . A . ' .! i. i .
. .1 I Iih ttrilar ultup ctutinir ll.-.ili;ill lie
statesmen in ihe Union, of all partits :
ihe 49 di parallel as the utmost .unn.z?'.
ceeds : j !
44 In the whole course of ihe e no- 'I
that which has changed most complrrl v i
claim set up by the .Americans in lbl
1826. The terrifory in disput4 was; es.
asserted and cearly understood bejur
42J and 49.h parallels of latidf le. Us j
more no''3rl tract, twtween -19 an do i '.
.i . .u.. ... 1
! are nt aware ibat the paramount ch
i Ibifain 'o that part of it were then calli J i
M'L ' t '
vid 1 iti prescribing in his house to thi poor.ai.d
letum willing answers to messages fnim his pa
he rje- j to 'hi in.
but 'it ' ttirned
med they ilt.jd ho elleet upon a charac- i clocks
'.-r :"- Vr-'-ft- . '-I11- ill , I,' ,! ' K
iMieciueu. ins inomimer , iaoor.
; ; emcd tueyL'
t kso lTrm uTil
: ' t AS.rfie coulil onlv b
V;l regardt'd as soUnit
. J. rrra'
influenced by what
argument an I cln
when he found
Was more re.idv
Cract his piliioah-his mind being
ways open conviction, a trait invar
, ijy ciiamcteristic of a great mind.
K IPerliitns iLrrittvIlM' nroner here
M rurk, I hat itj ij the; general opinion pf ih
' p iKd'ession, ilak I)r. Uusb pushed his ti
iua Inrf l'.i4lit tll.'Vit a... 1. !..... . I
I' j iim in. ;ui. ... -v- -nuuirri.i. .lull
obable.that thwl opinion; js corn
(mn exte'nt, ,but it isltould he remi-mberinh
So. m.-iny applications were made
that his sister counted forty-seven
oif in one forenoon 'before 11 -
Such were Dr. Rush's Incessant
of mind .and I
1 ... -
. a . . -
that he was seized hirn If with ihe epi
j demic, A'hich nearly terminated his life.
j To pplitieal. as well as medical, suli
jects. T')'. Rush devoted considt-ralde at-
tention.and was a memberof the Congress
I of 177tl. which declared the states lade-
effaced, alihonli he was exposed to in
numerable temptations; ahdjspending hi
youthful days in Puiladelphiii. dinburg.
London and Paris, was coustantlv liable
dred ! God forbid ! Our last accounts from
England gave us again the oft repeated asiu
rance, that the British Government entertain a
uey standard of prices and values, the sum of most earnest desire to preserve peace. The
meeting here, this evening, of so many respec
la'de iwr-ons of; both countries, evinces the na-
tural smypashy which exists among us All of f)Ul ,ot .. anJ thft A(ncun ,P
si c-i; A m9, nail nay 9 wiii4 in" f
a.. " a a - r. didUS
Ihe peope oi tne city oi uoston gave .ir. , i r .u i .k- taloele
; I . j ' . .c . rim enmp iiIih rf 1hi vnliiM or Ihe aiueiefl
tiofi. The proposals of partijin r.in
iween the mouth of ihe Colnrnhti, and tL !
MR. WEBSTER AT HOME.
. , ; ... . i ' . vou some uiea oi ine vaiue.
to be drawn into the vices Common to sdeh e.sier a namisome recepi.on on n.s arrnai - . f . . , , ff ,he C(MIntrv
on ! not worth half the loss which th a;- ia uns,lccei3,(uiy claimed tlje who ,- -nsion
of war res,H.cling ir has alre-dy , n
iced. Were I not afia.d of becom.ng te- , e discussion.1 tier hive ;
, I might, from personal experience give , -delnad , they iare laid tU'ir cl ir: :
nis Cities:; He. had theibighest rl ' that place, on Monday last, bom this cty. ; Sj Lake Hun
5 all his lile lor the Bljle and reli- "TT a8P,"n,,nR pardo the ap,
institutions, and was Vice-President ; e r1 dT the number of severa f M
of the B.ble Society of Philadelphia.
charities: were s;iid to be verV great. . His
1 1 . s
purse was ever; ready to relieve those in :itlfi ;tPlimeii ; a ,r;.f address fVom the Ma.
distress, and his services WerH always gra- ,r. who congratulated him on ihe evidences
tuitous loelergymen, widows and helpjesk iis pn'senti-d ! he never-ftiliiig confidence
rv. i i . i i ir-v r r ' t ' ' . ' i . . . .
women, vine oi nis irieiius. pr, r raneis. j,M i Uitachment; f his constituents, lo this
remarks, 44 He was a believer in Christ - aidress Mr. Webster m ide a brief reply, of
anity from the examination of its princj- which we liud the following account in the Bos-
Huron. fGo j then you
earancet egotism.! Gen.
....... k.nnrahle task, after five
thousands, as iunmi as it was announced that jJL,.:..-. ab.ait the imner rreat
lr . i i i .i pai-i rjiinjoiari ...- - r rj
Mr. Webster had arrived he was warmly greet- j . - . .m. tn onerinie..ff ihe p.
. . j'iK' s juiu ueoiiu i r . - -
tablishiiietii of tbe""C talked of 49ih paiallel
whole country, und then, as it t were I
thest limits of condescension pud crc
they revert lolheir original ofler, ihe verv
which was lefore rejected. .A mw, ! -ing
wilh anther, offers lo srlljhitn k I.
JC20 ; ihe buyer saya it is too p:ch,;.ir. ;
away. Some lime afterward! ihe .-'ril r
. . . . . 1- ' i .
lorn 1:1 (Hi for the. same. anu. luier an ci i
Hei wns the founder of Dickenson Col
msylvania, and the Philadelphia
itt great chahges! take place in thi ctf
Hctcr of diseases culled ny. the same
tmVf nt diirerent' periods of time ; and
t at a disease,' which al one time wtild
1 i highly irirtamintjtor and require yer
iitivu depleting rcjnedies, would a ano.
tberrj period i -require almost an opj)o?i c
' burse of treatincnlj It is very likely, that
uch'wus thuctisc In 1793, when thb yel-
- m' ...11. . . h ::- tlt n k .1 -L' t.-!. -1: ! . i. 1
Up.! 1 v .'T I ' ' . I..,: , ! ou cnronic uisenses inereiii . nreva
TIliis outline wb rtitrn some years since; whilitne , i . .,l ,.(r , , . i . ! i
f HtfrAns.siunt.an is a condensation of Winter! ,flrrnt habits and constitution
Kurvgmfinoir ol, Ur. Hush.lMund in a work Jen UMed
IJicll UiojrsphyV This'work is a very rare one, an j
Pr. Rujili was a tnan sb! reuiarkable, not on)y, as a
I'tsiciiui. bui ia ilrtiost't-yery aspect in which' we enn
lew hiniijit it hojK thai this sketch will bo iatereajtini
Dispeisttury ovxVs its origin to ihis phi-
Ianthmpic man. ! i
Dr. It being regarded the most eminent
physician of his day in thei United States,
his biographer traces his pre-eminence
principally to the following circumstan
ces He carefully studied the climate in
which he lived, and the symptoms of ac-
t L.i - i- ? j -
of North h.i.ud at the Lake of the ,.:da, in , af (j (ufwit c,t,f(linerf ,je c? . j
tne ear jew Pnnjjhim the horse al 0, as a vt .y
I tell you. -f a fact, that f ,r a distance of one That ci?e,v ,J0 course . :
thousand rn.les lefi,re I reached that pomt, Amer;CHn dealing. They hav4 rai.i! n .
though f visted numerous posts and forts, as they . of0re,nf wI h, anv! er
are called, of the fur-traders, between the 1 rf .f. he pn,jre jji ,
monthsof May and October, which are the most 0..,n.;u t' ik t-rAn r.i!Kaw
--- - Il l..:l Uiuri I 1 V"iivnv . ------
cilizens lor this favorable to vegetation, -I npve cou,u, n,Hr" fore declared to l4 inadmlsMbhi ; Lut'ih
r. l.J . ruilaln .JfrAl Ilirfllll. I . . a. a 1 - i.
Il neeaeu n Miiair irgnawir i ' , tl.at thn ham 41. h n.iralaCl is. to r. .1 i
i .i ,t.:rt,t -t i . . i .
address oi ni or even a salad to cnec iur uo.s. ...- i m , .1,rt... iu. ,-. t i , f tf,ar
upon his life, he often acknowledged and . honor the M a vor to assure him lhat he wa? not which our salted meal produced, or to ana) ine :
. " 7 J M- " - t tai:iaiT
Cherished, with a fervent hope, the aniV ! entirely unwelcome to the citizens of Vosum. apprehension or scurvy. , 1 leave it wryw io
mating prospect it aflordsi" ; His writiiigs. 1 It was enough for him that he saw around him imagine what luxuries, are lo he expected by
li ... i .. .1 : . i. . r - i
ue Hc,eu in i ue, capacity oi .pnysician pies and Irom the deepest ckniviction.- ; ton Journal :
genem, ,n ine umo.utio.mry. war; was The purif. ofUs doctrines add the excel- H thanked his fellow.
uLn llD4lvrPnrtli. V..li,.;...l mint nn.luf . . . f ..I ..f . Iltt ""JOKeM uis, iriiov-
V V iTY n I"5"' - ; nce or its precepts were a irequent topic 'manifestation of iheir esteem.
the administration ot President Adams. of his conversation : its practical influence : ,he flaiterinLr and comolimentarv
twenty years ago." I
We intimated an opinion sonic time nr
ihe 49th panilleP might convenient!) s-n
' . i ! . i i . , .
oi nis patients, and varied nrescnntions
.withjherstrengthinge and sex. He mark
ed ihn irifluence orilitrereiit seasons upon
the satnp disease, and varied hU practice
accordingly' lie Observed and recorded
l-...ani-nrao.... . '. X U.. v. lJ.. U-l.. :i .nn -. to I nl-i I inn in at'itrv Ciatiiro 11 aJ ItTie inCV- (rninrr fllHner. i '
v,,wu.- iroiiiuuiiiro m vinij- -' , o 7. . . .. j. ,ka, t.ara rtf ih. ' tne tiasis oi an arraugciin-.iit iwi v
lian virtues, and l.e iniM writing k "yi"; lUMadeA.yyhrleay,t.,hocHrg. M.jr ik, Almid.! d,fni'ilSto "' P" " mlrcnM v'l. ,
Iwok on the medicine of! thi Bible, but hni 'f ,m"'Sh' again.. h.m- ,h , ,Mh i " ' & di.ma. .).an ibo l,-re..r ,
was prevented by death. ! HoW Kratilyihi ? Him it et 5tZl'- ' ' " ,h AmMlev tt :
to .!.'- Christian, to observe nlman sJtii j citizens ; .Jhj-gh tt, "'.j ,?JFJV$Z!1ZJu$, , V.ncojirV l.).nd .
tinsuished in a nrolessioi,. Jin which .., j ff"S hV. "L?rl Xf, C? Zn iZS'0l J'V" ? .t
a .. cw a-iuaaa- . a . . a i i . a v.- . u - - , . , , i a . . . . k ... a r am m i .1 1 irm 11 j. am t a 1 a ill.
' . . . ; -til u . :
, - I " I
many religious scepticisn is supposed too
much to abound; directing his talents tp
the maintenance of genuine piety and the
enforcing of Christian virtues.
Such is a brief outline of the.; life, and
character of one of the . m.ost: useful and
distinguished physicians pur own or any
other country pas produced ;
; ,. , .- w.Af . .. ,. .:..- . i . .
He did not consider lhat there was
any just cause for alarm at ihe state of the coun
i'rv tiihmmh there might not U; much for con-
l.Mnl.ii. Hnvn to sea. and
1 - - t - -
What is Good Farming ?-the best and con,ppnsaiion to the. Hudson D.rV Corn .
ost nilhv definition.ve jf-ver heard of ,ne j,, tiey would le called Jipon tp j r
rvne hi a, mx nreieun 10 ixnni ir. r...
z 1 u - . a ' -t
twn orany 1 hapiiihess among us. i The war party ih Con- .England
and what d i cress He alluded to as bound together by no par-1 wery, a
stiixi'ations which it would be the part f
dent and just dicy to require, aseq'uia
a concession so much below our faigici! t! ,
'J' ? 'v 1 - f i l .'t " t ' - ' ' - , -
;: h -:. '"1 "i
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li ! U::;- r u: -j 2
- vr - r .r v - 1- - , -.4-. . - r