fSS OF THE fAROLLU WATCHMtV.
iit il not pmijio aavancc 1 wu
nJ . .c ,,.rie.l hi ft I for the fi st,nnJ 2.-)cis
vKBim '.,,, Ka-,Xni inwnioii CoaTtorders I
1 . i,. .Vn tor racli subqi
p. Ll-r. irr crnt. lii-h.-r tuu t!"-.e;raie;8
to'iho' wlio Bilvprtisf y tlie year.
"TTrB4 t j ifor Cd'itor i.iu-i he poat. paidj
. 4 1
IS THIS COlluMIHA?!
- - . i ' " " 1 - - ! j '',.--'-'. f
j f : j, i : ' " ' ' !
J. J. BRUNER,
Editor 6 Proprietor.
.1 r i.....i.. ...i.. 14. ricTi ni friiirv.
, '.vli ii Willi the lri;Wt eiTuNt-ncx' of morn ?
j ! itizk.
Oh v. oiKiH the fond ! prt-elaim tliej fjlad story ;
' Whr re tyranny tii' d, awl Where freedom waslrn.
f!av wlijt is that bann.-r, (jliit temiM-'S it's braving-?)
'to tfjV utmoHt jiorfli rs its are nfurlt-d. 7
4;- " -C1,,.;n! j .
f ijietar-fiai!!'rd b iniM'in trainibh it s waving;
Ti lilx.fty' i.ck,'n, th-' ljope of lUe world.
. hi h A;i:ii ,
Happy folnu.hia '. win!.' uVrjtli widij ocean,
The nation liuvr ftri.'c d'or fretijuih in vain !
Tle mid of tli tn'mip' t, njil war's i ild commotion
Majio!i roiiK-: Coi.i:mi:iia to carna je again.
' Keep a check upo.v all yocr
In Mrs. Eilet's Women
tinn " -are many interestim
expect loo much in too slimi a time:. The
frail flower will wither'at the first wintry,
blast, the sturdy oak (which has beer) Ion
in growing) will withstand the winds and
rains for centuries. ! 1
Unless a teacher Js blessed with' line
common (or it should be uncommon) lensff
and is gil"tedwith more than ordinary j Countyof Bertie, in 17G0.
moral courage, he is spon persuaded to i ent at one of the bloodiest
Carolina, Mrs. Slocumb.
Dp THI?. AXD T,niKRTY IS SAFE.
Gen' I Harrison .
VOLUME VIII NUMBER 10.
C, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1851.
ministering to the wounded, and at mid-
of the Uevolu- night again mounted her mare and start-
sketches of i e 'home. They wished her to stay
until morning, and they would send a par-
From the Journal of Commerre.
CAPTURE OF A SEA SERPENT.
.isrTifrom lh Charlotte Journal.
THE NONDESCRIPT EDITOR TURN. '
Mr. IIolton: Tbe noo-de$cript Editor" -a?
you are wont to dub him rthe Nett iu
a Tain attempt to recommend Jhe " Mecca of
his fathers" to the )mpiiibes uf North Carq.
linians, telU a bisturico-romantic slory in hit .
last iue, which I douht not will fill all our bo.
som to oveihjwing with gratitude. The storj
is told, it rn it be confessed, in a slip-ihod iy!e
and u prefaced by & .long, stale lecture, the
sum and substance ol which every Partner mora
forcibly eirweses by th? pit old saying. Mhat
one good turn deserves another." BuUb8 :rf.
ry. when you do get, at it, i about as (ollow:
That in 1711 or 1712, certain tribes ol Indiana
I ruse against the whites ?ttled alonlhe banks
Uapt. Richard Bi'rr. late of the bri ' lar nvrr tn orlh Carolina. They made
Ijong Island, stated the following particu- 1 irec "e ' ,h usu' wpapons of heir ferocious
C. m n i.nl. A : :J:... rrL i
'"linn aiui rtiiu inn rmuiiiv, l ne IOI- i . , . ' . - r . , , , . , . .
T -J tV Wit 1 hiif cda tnll lliom nn nurtn hire tn -r r,, - f . L AT : V WarlftTe 1 II fl I OTP h I h t mn9 h ! tr L" Ih
lowing incident relates to k lady of North coum i,PHn nn .vith upr n hnninJnrsnfth nart nf Vi, . i ! J d " non descript" asserts, unon
i r I -j 'r i - - v.. ui n, uu uio idai . .
arrival, which, however, was some time
since. He is now absent on a trip to the
eastward. hen he returns we arc prom-
the veracity ol a true historian, that thef were
even cruel enoujli to kill inoffensive and help,
less chiiJren !" Grievouly did those Tusca
rora barbarians answer lor their unheard-of
atroci:ies ! jt North Carolina was protiat
flat - her bark, navin taiea to (irai Rri.
Hut wha i vil.K ns to tnatlwith dijrision,
Th'ii SJ ' Trt'( b a n k ii thjy care i(l demands.
y ' ( rrtKV.
Sinn; rsgitij faiitantin'a unhol ambition,
VuII U'ar it asunder with Impious! hands. i
' , I HTRAG".R.i ' I
Eut wh if it o? In tliis Hotith till jcomplaining?
Dor Jiorthnrn agnn-fsioji hfr pcaci" still annoy?
" ( TlIZKN. j j
Yt, thr'North and the South truth and just'ee dis
' d. killing, i 1 i
Tin T AIM is this I'nion, hi time to ;de stroy.
KT R A N ( P. It . ) ! '
l THi"hat Ihf Southron noV rncaijB by Secekpiox,
To rutnrf tin' I'nion, yo'.ir jorefatlifr's sealed?
iY1'. SoUtb' in iinpniili n t ,;aii(jl Nortliorn aggression,
maiden back, she returned to her home and child
name was Hooks; she Wiis born in the which she reached in safety.
She wasnrpi. ' Though Mrs. Sloclumb could ride a
battles of the ! norse' snoot a pistol, or take part in many j an interview with him, and an extract
adont some ,f ih nav,l.ip nf tl... tU ,i.: .t. Li r masculine employments, she was not in- Horn jus log book.
" j - ic.u.unuu, wiicic uir. uuiiBu icL'imenis oi f,,;.... , r. . i rf n ..... . . . . ... ,.....e. .-
keen' the word of nromise. to th',r Af f!nl T l.,n n.Ju : "ur lu u,,m uu,'r !. s ,c , T situ s umi nen in lat. ft , a.t. and utterly .nc.pabU of maktn2 an effort
, . ' ' . ' . r j i , n " T1' c,,tuumncu j carded, spun, wove, cut, and made all the Ueg. north, and long. 21 or 22 west, on his in behalf of fer sufferinn- penpU on the banks
his patrons, and break it to their hope.n McDonald at Moore's Creek. We will j clothesHvorn by her husband during the ; passage from the Isle of Sal, Cape Ue ; of the poetic Tar. Great. Butain too took the
ue hoon iukis ii mucti easier to Iloat dowii : give a part of the story in her own words: ! Southern campaign; and the material erds, to Kio Lirande, there being a dead f 'axes but didn't move a finnr to the relief of
."The men all left on Suntlav morninc : her own dress was manufactured by calm, a shoal of singular looking fisli ap- i her lo)'al province ve miitaj here, by way
HpSftnU. .Utif!, ... iiJ Tnr fhn pl.ht, f Lm , u t u ' her o w n h a nds.' proached bis vessel. A verv larire one , ' parenthesis. tnaM.reat ISiitain wasu't a whit
m Ulfll It 19 IllUir LMCilS- i it,iiil "liu 1 11 1 a UUUSC i i , . .. 1 I. L.LI ! .
with my husband.
; the stream quietly than to stem the cur
ant to flatter than correct, and particular- !
ly if his services are more appreciated and
his reward is greater in proportion to his !
skill (by rxuffing and dissimulation) to coii !
ceal ignorances, which should be removed
alone by asttong will, controlled by an
; enlightened understanding and an honest
which he took to be the mother
study. 1 went to bed at the usual time.
i but still l A I to,-
iUlCrtCU meioungiuea now to spool; , whether waking or sleeping I knew not
is at oest a tnankless(it should be an hon- 1 pad a dream ; yefit waslnot altogether
oracle) ollice. Few are qualified mental- ' a dream, (she used the worjls unconscious
ly ol a poet not. then in being.) I saw-
in my husband's
less cruel than ihe Indians and-we wonder it
didn't occur to North Carolina about that time
to exercise her " received right of seceding
we go on with the story. In this boneless cot
dition, when the eye of Great Britain refused
to pity, and her own arm was loo weak to sae;
South Carolina, " bound to North Carolina on.
by the tie ol neighbor," generously brought
jovl by .he common people, who quietly seItle hcr ,,cad MV uml w ; rlTlr,: "5
ii .. .
7S- j ' w v i voi j f ill tiio lob iillvl a Will j I s " " ' " " viv m j svvi
quietly that! London, pavs the following tribute to the i lonS aml its hody as large as the lower
henextday; shilling visitors of the Great Exhibition: ; mst of a sh,p of 300 tons. Moving to
b L,o,t i riM n ... m.- , . i wards the brig, she camn at one time
Horace Greely, in his Inst' letter from j small ones, appeared to be about 120 feet
And I slept soundly anil
"i. t ii- . i
nignr, and worked hard al the
iiul I iveMii. iii ir wnpi mpv nan rrnr i i. .. u :i . I l . i
, -..v. v..v j ,.v. iue lixmuiuon nas necome a steady i .vitbin ..Lm on t,- ,...,t -
to how far: where and Ihnw manv nf i k,;b0 i;u tu ... ,..un:i ! vvlU"n about JO fret. bhe would raise
the regulars and tories they would meet, days, of each week are improved and en- i , V , U f lhe T T'
and I could not keen m self from the '
4' I T luu V'MlMHUll ULyUUlt UU VlUirU cntt
h " i -.Ti ll
put iMia,nn.i speculation oi mo nns- ai)d move o;i Qf ,hc gmaU Qn lhere
tocraiic oracies as to their probable be- Were PJ0 to 150 Thev
hn iriAn in r- link a rnvn! nt'...A..llL .. 1 . "
At Uuiitli their uabk M-.rRr.-ri bav, fully revealed. y an(j mor;iHy (y undertake its pleasin" i ot' a Poe not- then in 1
,,; m,V",:'iv 1, 7 but solemn responsibilities. Impression!, I disti"ct,y a, rptd i
hit wlritLSliill l.rM.n.M.t yonrli.AO when you sever ? - 1 i' guard clo'ak bloody de
Will iL lilovt- to the hreev.es, imsullied in fame ?
i ? rrriZKN. , )
No! No! ht it jii'tih ! and perish fofever !
'T a christened in iu.ooj, let it ieribh in flame !
if. MT RAN j
Hut mill l!,tr' is hope that a Nationso plorious,
Will fiilfjl the rich treasure (their bncestor'B won.
'J CITI.KN. !
were steering to
the eastward. , Snmp f tbr imll imoc
splendor whether they mights not make i came quile alo, lhe side of ,he 1)ri(
a general rush on the precious stones, : Capt. Burr having a pair of five prong
gold and silver ware and other; valuables granPS on 0;ird, seized it, and struck it
here starinr them in the face, ivith often ; u . .i n i ...
,t AcA . ,l . ..... . . .' ! . . iiiiw int." lit mjiv ui LUc ti iIIl SlllclIicSt. JjUl
hieh for gooiUr e.il.are to last forever, i Z " , T , , T ' " . . k" ?, i " "I"!5 e.l1?"man "1 s,",r,".U,er : ' ""empting to haul the prize on board,
should never be made by the ignorant, by ! him. I savv-them plainly knd distincth- 1 l ei ' t t! 7 f ' 1 tl,e bod' l'arted (tom ,he head (;1'e
inexperienced, and above atl by the disso- j I uttered a cry and sprang to my feet o'n ! tfore , fn ZrZS i ettl wsdTnd nu!
lute. The capriee of parent,, who exhi-1 the floor ; and so strong the impres- j by a gathering deepening croW.'but all j Tn 'TZ prevvtl It h ov"n Z
bit sagacity in the ordinary affairsol life, j s"";." J that 1 rus ' the di- friendly and peaceable ; an, jvhen they j possession of the Marine Survevors : and
lecuou inc 31UU nu icaieu, aim came un ' nun at th Ornka. n t ,o k lnfl- n ,lo.,c i . .... . .
I w til u ij I u. II i U I. II Ol, 1 n M en P a,.,f.r il to r..
rpi f i i 1 tjJvu v.uiiv.t.1 ii il la. i in urau iii ti ifi ,
Yr, lii'4 tuay our Ia i'j;le, our j'nle victorious,
Gaze in proud triumph on vif tory s bright sun.
t ' isi'UA;F.n. i
May God in his- merry tewtm' ou lom danger;
llinpfl the dakk omi:ns and lanitsl) your gloom.
; H ' j
! ,' (1117 F.N.
Come undjftp uur l iniifr, oh w:iindrrn; utrnnrjer!
Uejoire '-,!; the blriwnof fniudonlr-and home !
Iredell Cotj,ty. ' G. G. M.
Tor the Watchman-I
Tin: lioss-i iODfjra.
SonusnlL'his L'o I heanl a coiiM,
Which raised me from my hl t l-tap;
I tho'trllt u I regained tint" trrtjiuud,
ii k ix 'il a Htetrl-trap.
yiy jiliiitfilooii! were'stronjjty strapp'd,
( ) jflfV depend iiHirii it, .
I'd :dii l.ave' been hevoinj tlio itrnck
1 - t !
Ofllulley's l'.n;-tailiril (fonnit.
! . s ' ! j
1hu ja V hoImt Hecoinbthoiiphtj,"
I feared that Shavrr'n uliiinuijlb
Wrr y4r again, or Klill inrai)ght ;
l"r rb l a horde of euunjlctU,
Had prve'n us from Oregon
A Wafhoop Telegraphiiral i
It echoed round in horrid tjotie,;'
And, ttofliidrd no-ways hiughihle.
T1i 'Salisbury' folks who Inrarj the sourid,
NV'uh proper rircuiii"p'ction,i
Turned otlt in order to put; dowjn
A itf gro insiirrertion.
Uiit wii lln-y foitnd that till Was well
Thir couruge fell to zciio; j
TliMfarkitS nil VVr deathly paje,
A iii ih Xiol.'it every befo. j
Il sertiji tbe folks of Saliburyj
IbujrVead of (b-neral rilnaii,
Who yith th- wolves did jlisareo
Kir using up his mutual. j
.So uheji they heard the" ff arfitl .sound,
(Thtp? truely was ukiri icist,)
Th'ryk their trusty riftjes J)wn
1 o il.iHit the howling rlr mtiil. p
Now inark how slight llnj cirtHinistance j
Wilt fill ho folks with terror, J
Or brintfe lip'cUiinhativenes
Iaikt biddies'in a mirroi. t j
It weinii that siuo Satisblirv neii i
Are rat hi r fond of fun,! I
And stdiey made a oit-jifd r-niacTiine
, "fo iiiiske some ' feller s run.
It's riglit enough to let nolne know '
Wlultst1 tiey hegiu theirj lab rs,
Iut thin ils wrong iu doijig sm
To frightrn nil the n-ig(ilHi s,
Andnlwii tin- noisy non-dj.'sciipt
Disturb the ritrn of Morpheus
(It's pajnt surely don't cinvftjcl
With' liny right of Orpheuji.)
Tis Ifojlid Avhen the youijig men shall need
Ano'tljr such improveijif nt ! ,
'' The pid4ipuay be notified
Of tlx) intended nioveujentl
For to hi wakened up at iiigllt
Hy siKli'ja yelling demon, !
Might mP n "a a Milleriie,
And frlylit to death the iwotnen.
- ' r - i ; II. A. W.
The animal 'alluded to in tho serjond verse, are the
rri in llw posBsiion of John l Shjaver, Kwi
r i u. a. w.
FOI TliC WATCHMAN.
i will too often permit any and every one
to tinker the minds of their children, anu
too frequently such-parents mourn over
'the mental and moral wrecks caused iii
part by their own criminal negligence, j
That the times are disjointed, no one
can doubt who has closelv watched 'the
m : ;
i ricketty movement of the social machine;
.j and notice the ineffectual efforts to patch
; it up. Much of the evil of the day 1 sin
j cerely believe is produced by the feeble
discipline and imperfect teachings of out
! schools. The stream of learning, ; it is
' true, now covers a larger surface ; thari
ftymerly, but it has less depth. We ha ye
more smtttterers, but fewnFT spholars. We
have more hypocrisy and less religion.
My object however, is not to dwell on
evils, or suggest remedies. It is to pay
(what is rare in these days) a sincere tri
bute to solid learning, unobtrusive piety
and modest worth It is to bring to the
notice of the public, the Female School,
but recently commenced in Moclfsville
under the supervision of the Rev. Edward
West. Mr. West graduated with the first
distinction at Brown University; Rhode
-Island, lie is a teacher by profession.
,:,.f t, t.wl f .t U rni " i t . Y rt l 'Jtl l UUIIUeill IL IS. 1 III! IiertU piOIK'
against the side ot the house. Ihe fire I column nours in through each anerture ' k i- .1 i rU.
in tb. rnnm crflVo lvif a nA T A P- , t" ftPerlUrC' ; hack to the g.lls. 13 13 inches long. 1 h
... . &..v. !.. o iiMn, aim x tiaicu eacn navinc nis sn nnrr as nn !r.ftse. nn .i. . i. .... . . . . r , . .
: i- ..... . i ,. . . i j- i- -- -r --- ii -i uiuuiu ur inuaCi.o is ;i coiiinroiuise oei ween ot in nitoiv. to lniortn tninl tom(?what in
1 wi . .
t this cnotlfy troop of Chivalry really did won.
ders. They killed 3t)0 Turaror men took
100 more prisoners and lots f plunder includ
in, no doubt, any quantity ol woman and chil
dren .They repeated the same destructive ope.
ration until thfre was not a 1 ucarora, living
and kicking," lo tf II the sad fate of his eilr r.
minated race ! Here eudelh ih first leison !
Now ,k non diiicript" puts the case more
pointedly, viz: Mecca assisted the Old North
Slate, nearly a century and a ha.ll a;;o agaiiut
an insurrection of ihe Indium ; therefore tha
!.! North S:a:e a bound lo go down and aid
.Mecca iu her contemplated insurrection against
her own Government. Is lhat.it? I adviie
' noii descrint," ere ho write9 the second nart
ineverydirection to catch al.nother glimpse j tickets being used and no change
of the scene. I raised thei
thing was still and quiet.
given .that of a sucker and a common snake. rearJ to the time when Mecca had a separat
by crying out or lumping on the floor. If
ever I felt fear it was at that moment.
Seated on the bed, I reflecied a few mo
ments and said aloud, 4 must go to
him.' I told the woman I 0ould not sleep,
and would ride down the road. She ap
peared in great alarm ; but I merely told
her to lock the door after me and look af
ter the chiTd. I went to the stable, sad
dled my mare, as fleet and easy a nag as
ings will have thus been taktjn ; within
the next hour, ten thousand moj'e ; thence
the admissions fall off; but the number
ranges pretty regularly from Forty to
Fifty thousand per day, making the daily
receipts from 10,000 to $12,000.
In the same letter H. G. says
I presume the concern which paid a
hich nrice for the exclusive nfivileire of
ever travelled ; and in one minute we
were tearing down the road at full speed. ! jn the Crystal Palace (and, he states, sells
I I. .. 1
i tie cooi nigni seemeu aiier a mile or
two's gallop to bring reflection with it ;
and 1 asked myself where I was going,
and for what purpose 1 Again and again
I was tempted to turn 'back; but 1 wras
soon ten miles from home, and my mind
became stronger every mile I rode. 1
should find my husband (liead or dying,
was as firmly my presentiment and con
viction as any fact in my life. When day
broke I was some thirty miesfrom home.
I knew the general route ojur little army
expected to take, and had followed them
without hesitation. After isunrise I came
upon a group ot women and children,
by suction. The eyes are large, one on
each side, and ten inches back from the
muzzle. From the muzzle back to within
an inch or two of the eyes, the size of the
proboscis, or whatever it may be, called, is
nearly uniform, say an inch atjd a quar
ter in diameter, in its diminished condi
tion : but where the eyes are inserted, the
diameter is about two inches, and in-
wretched viands) will make a fortune by
it, though the interdiction of wines and
liquors must prove a serious dfaw back,
!,,KI . 1 .1 l 1, . i ,., ..v .
1 1 Il I . C.CI . T hp hn i prs n simcnn lilrnrt nm nv hih. T.i . .. t r- . , , . i i i. a.
. . . j ; ""'' wi "v...-w... ju.,.o va.iiii- iC nas no teetn. anu it it ever liau a tongue cx,s,encu anu ipcinm noiimi to .urin uaro.i.
Aly chikl was t itors' tickets have separate entrances (i,t i : . i. in m.lr l.viU i;.. ..t" .ia;,.t,t..v, " l:. ..n.u
Meepin0. hut ni woman vvas awakened and proceed as smoothly as Irapidly. i sill3 are verv lame and nowerful. and its i he can be ignorant of that home of hi, fa.h.
vv ithin half an hour, ten thousand shill- j mode of securin" its nrev was evidently ! ers' 10 wh'c' we fear- ne rnakinj; fuch slow
inpn.-ff, as nm i miuw uiiti in i i i i ii lorinru
as much a part of the Proprietary Government
ol North Carolina, at his present borne doei
part of the State Government of North Caroli.
na ? My information is, that North and South
Carolina wrro embraced in the Charters of
Carolina ol March 20, 1CG3 and June 30, 1665,
by Charles the Second ; that they remained
under one Proprietary Government ceased and
the Royal Government begins at which time
creases back to the extremity of the gills. ! a separation took place and the Chivalry went
Just behind the gills are two fins, one on ; l,ut from us and became " bound onlj by tho
each side, and at that point commences ,IB ol neighbors." 1 incline to think, conse.
what may be called the body. Of this, ! Hmly- liat ov- Craven, as the sworn repre.
onlv about four inches are nreserved. I e,,,a!ive lhe Lords Proprietor, did in 1711,
It must try the patience of some of the j enlarging to the point where the granes ' "r 12 nu,h,:,S '"orethan "hat every sworn
visitors to do without their ber or ale I broke it asunder. The entire length of 1 Executive ot every Government w obliged lo
from morning to night and if iyou leave j the head) incudmg this small section of ' "am : '. d,,w.n '''8;'rron w"h'
the building on any pretext yohr shilling the body, is 17 inches Capt Burr thinks j r?;"" it.7 poised,
is gone. Every actual need ofj the day is the portion of lhe bo(ly which feli ort ,vas iho he ,uccee(ied amJ succeed,d ,J00P,
provided for inside, even to th washing , 15 or 10 (eet ong at least, and its largest j pioying killdred hlooll against Uitldrcd Klood
of the face and hands, (price 2d.) But diameter 5 or G inches. There was no j Indian against Indian ! Mr. Fillmore is lost..
Aight falls, and the gigantic hive is de- j back fin. The tail was not seen. The ; ly de nouueed, though he ha not' even made a
serted and closed, leaving its fairy halls, j entire casing of this strage fish or serpent j threat, except against Masiaehusrus for
its infinite wealth, its wonderoijs achieve- j as case may be, is much harder than j which he has had dm advocates of " indiviii.
ments, whether of Nature or jof Art, to COmmon bone ; and we can easily irnaszine 1 hie sovereignty" about his ears,
darkness and silence. Of coursJe, a watch j tnjU In a f u l Rrovn subject it would be I The fact i?. ihrse " Pilgrims to Mecca" and
is kent. and, under pressing and peculiar 1 h,,iPr nmnf. It. is. however, much hard- ; the resident inhahitanis-iherenf nre so foil of
I one of them showing the skme anxiety of circumstances, work has been permitted; i PP at tnn and on the sides than beneath. ! gall and wormwood towards North Carolina
patience is unwearied, his Acquirement mintj hi Stopping a ftjw moments, I : but the treasures here collected must be The capacity of the gullet, as well as the that they can't but show it on the most indif.
solid,' (more for use than show) and his disi I jn(luiretl the battle had been fought. I guarded with scrupulousVigilar.ee. If a absence of the teeth! shows that this ani- 1 frent occasion?. They openly and in the re.
nwniiii. i lire snouia consume trie urystai raiace, i maj like the land snake, is in the habit ol 'J ,'-c 1,11 "'"8
. T . , ! the inevitable loss must exceed
Aiain I was skimminsr over the around ArA i;n:nn nf T.llr npn Unnniiicr ' . ; alk booth baro.ma. or Carolina, as they are
r .. ... :. i . l : r . u . . ... . . . i - - I( o
ii .rrt..iSuiiouiFunmij,ii p.eiy mui- ) through a country thinly settled, and verv that r few of the most, nree.iohs artic es
His diligence in the discharge of his du- and sitting by the iroad side, each
ties is worthy ot all commendation, his i one of them showing the sa
'TM I . . I. :
cipliie mild and parental. It is difficult luKl,cw
to speak of such a man as he deserves.
out pretension or morosehess, if to aetthe poor-and swampy ; but ne
christian and gentleman at all times1 and I spirits nor my beautiful na's failed in the tjon Ten minutes without wtnd or five
ii i nnn i li r least
an jiirtL-ra, uau Ljuiiiuiauii aucucss, iiicu i
surely tie will not be permitted to strug
we followed the we
of the troops.
The sun must, have been
ther my own ; should be snatched from the swift destruc-
Of the mother snake, about forty feet
was seen above the water at once.
These, centle reader, are the facts' as
i-mariveu trail , with it would suffice to 'wrap the whole lhey are given to us. Mr. Burr is sid to
I immense magazine in flames Knd not a j be a man of excellent character. Whether
; 1 1 r ciit t. i t nl t U rn vf T tViii l o 1 M a rkTl trio hllllil. I I .1 i . . .
le on in bis vocation, unchecked, unapi . V , uH, ; uu...rum a. u, Mt , , wnatnesaw was a iam i 01 sea , .e,u,
1 5 eio-rit. nr nine o e or.lc. when I hparr a i intr and enntents wouui remain at the ! tV. rU r -r m, Km cc wW n
, j .t . II .... - . ..y, . ' Ol IIUI, Ui( I I O U l- I Villi IIUi.1. no . -J
predated and unrewarded. He certain, j S0Und like thunder, which I knew must be j close of another hour. we. The part above described is before
ly will never lift the trumpet to his own j cannon. It was the first tinie I ever heard j ! vour eves and can be seen by any one
t 1 mi T 1 : mr-w- a jw 1 1 I" T iP 1 (
tiiouth and sound his own praises, borne a cannon, l stopped still, vyhen presently lhe following v rench. rost
I stranger hand must weave the garland td i tlle cannon thundered again. The battle end may take rank with the heist fish sto- . Surveyors. If it is not a part of a young ; ,,,J superiority in
lond of calling her, is the only holy city lhe
mother of all .Stales raised them up from in.
fancy, educated them, proteciedMhem. fought
their battles and paid out countless millions for
ihem without any adequate return. Yet hard.
Iv are these false words of matchless arro
gance cool on iheir lip, ere they cry and
even in their crying, show the authoritative pet.
ulance of conceit, " come and help us !" Is this
the way to win pymnathy ? Is this the way to
DlTice leg- j wu0 nleases at the olFice of the Marine ! procure co operation ? North Carolina admit
1 i .r . i. i
ner reiraciorr nametaKO ei
decorate his modest brows !
was then fighting. Whatajfool ! my hus- ', ry of the century:
sea serpent, what is it? Will the natu-
rarwl nnll In nnt hp Acxi luc nmht on tha A 1 O a n fHr-nrifl lnfn t't nc n tlCP I 1 1 T. I - ...I.L-il., ,i,in.
., , ? f natlnTH! battle only fighting now? Still, as I am directed thus: ! ! animal ; else what is the use of gills and
pupils. 1 heir orderly deportment an(!so near ! vvin g0 on and see how they To my Mother, France." Trie distribu- j (ins ? We have never seen the like of it
proficiency in scholarship, gave the most j come out. So away we went again, fas- tors and subordinates, not knowing what before ; and we understand the old salts
satisfactory evidences of the zeal l and j ter than ever ; ahd I found by the noise .. to make of so laconic an address, referred ; are equally at fault in regard to it.
I of guns that 1 was near the fight. Again it to the Postmaster General. f'Aow is it ; About the eyes, we are told, it resem
1 stopped, I could heaf muskets, I could ! possible that there's such a fool ih France," bles a certain species of alligator. But
: hear rules, anu i could near snouting, l mused that olricer; "il there he must the mouth is entirely unlike that ot the of Guilford and Mecklenburg, and secured the
i spoke to my my mare and idashed on in come from the Loir et Cher : fof that's the alligator ; the lon proboscis or snout does just boas!, that on her ?oi was stayed and ef.
j the direction of the firing, find the shouts department that produces all the fools, not belong to the alligator ; and on the ' lectually stayed the lide of Toryism which
were louderan ever. Tlje blind path I and there his mother must livei" So the whole it clearly belongs to a different ' had overrun Suuth Carolina and which threat.
j had been following hroughq me into the letter was forwarded to the Loir et Cher
qualifications of their worthy Tutor. ; One
young lady was examined (sparsim) on
the Orations of Cicero, and the correct
ness of her translation and parsing would
be no discredit to any collegian. A.
ther in repect age or services lo our com
rnon couniry. She has always done her own
voting and hr own fishing. By the one sho
has not only given her citizens a larger liber,
ty than the inhabitants of- .Mecca have ever yet
enjoyed but she has saved herself from that
precipice of State dishonor or political destruc
tion, over which the chivalry is now hanging.
By the other, she has given to history the names.
' ! 1 - 7 ! 1 : . .1 .1 I .1 : IT- 1I ? . mi f l t . L .. I . .1
ll Rather Car.ru it than that Mo " fT r , l ? moore s ; i he cierKS and postmen, ueing ppu.eu
r i IVnnl UkIIiTA foil K I . M l P iU i fn fL Ka. Inll? L I l u lln-ifl I. r4 II f ..l t ti A
frnm marl-pf tbf vicciv uiicige, c icw uuuui rju jaiusnciuw as llieir oreinreil in tans, nquuru ujh
ther yShtmltl" r.nino- frnm mai bpr tbri
nttin ai i - ii ii f I the bridge.
"iiu i u , c uusn vru ii veijr siimu iiuy
A few yards fVom the road, missive to the chief officer of tl
who gave no special indication, by dress
or face, of other than ordinary sensations:
i or training in life, carrying a basket that
j wasso heavy as nearly to bear him down?
i benejalh it. We observed. ' my boy you
have a heavy load.' " Yes," said he
under a cluster of trees, wre lying per- "Now is it possible that there's such a
haps twenty men. I hey were the woun- fool in France ; if there is. he rpust be a
ded. I knew the spot ; the very trees ; resident of the Commune of IJarcasson,
and the position of the mem I knew as if where all the fools come from fhis moth
I had seen it a thousand jtimes. I had
seen it all night ! I saw al
ened to deluge wi'.h disaster the struggle for
independence in the Southern States. North
Capture cf a Sr.A-Cow. Messrs. Clark , Caralina will continue to do her own voting
andBurnham lately succeeded in captur- i and her own fighting. There were no tear
ing a sea-cow near Jupiter Inlet. Florida. ! shed at our Separaiiuti in 179 the separation
The animal was caught in a net, was a " as lawfully effected. If South Carolina don't
male, and nine feet three inches in length. q'J't following her political Jacks with a lantern,
lQ ,r. fol-;rr ;t olir. unil vear alter vear, Irving 10 rfcc """ imo iuo
n mt iu-,. tUrp " Th nnamtPr nf shipped it to uuariesion ior exQioitioii.
r, IllUOl l...a t r " -.1 . a- .1 L . - a
at once: but : f!ar was as much astonished as he WftS VPr)' w,ia wnen nrsi captureo, out
, Mr. fci-To Streg.l,b ana expand ( buj rd ralheJ- carr'v iuli,n ,'hat mithe in an instant my whole soul was centred . of Paris at the stupidity of the rUer. but soon became q u, e ame and ate reely
e faculties 6C lhe miocl .9 improve the i should.- The remark was one of 4. nai "! SP w$PPfd b's I ultimately concluded that if there was ofjr, fcj""'-
W, and fit l,e soul for light if immor- ureV love to hear ; but we do not know i ,cloak- M huf afn1 s j soch ? fool in France, it could he no othe an. and is two fctt Uve ."Ch broa
yy. to teacti how to t, nli. and what to We should have lhoueht enough iof it ! , ""W,1,paSnS,e1 ,h,e 'f rd3 fr0" ! !han ,Jean B,ns8PP' whose mother lived ' hs 'ndf ' h nails
Hiinlr : 'i '.u 1 ! to have chronicled it had we not UPri be saddle to the place I never knew. I n a little brown house on lhe corner. ; r 'o lnoseoJ turtle, ami 11 na nans
k, m order;thereby .c Pf rce.ve the re- XXuj,. M "LwS member uncovering bis bad and see' j The letter was sent to Mrs. Br.ins.ppy, ke those of the human band but no claws.
'WlOti v nt2;n mVip.1 rSml n crois me street a highly accompusneit i .u-,1 .,u rr. aa - i j .... u i it... r i Its mnnth and nnse resemble those of a
y and our neighbors, to point out with
'?lfgritj andjivisdom tlie duties of life,
wt we may be enabled jto perform them
llVchferfuaess and fidelity, is a task
ich experience has tatjg&t is more oft-
attempted than accorrjpl shed. At the
retnt time, lhe instruction of youth is
!0 m.nb tru.iL.i .. .1 i tJ , , . .
a iuiiutru wuii me noi-reo: system.
1 aQcation is tan fr
Foen it V. 1.1' 1 . . , ,
, "-n uul commenoftri. knowiifie
f fciificcd foiihow andUnornent. We
j ful wound across the tempje. 1 put my j affectionate son Jean. The F
xHj i hand on the bloody face ; kwas warm ; j al revenue was increased jfiv
comparisons of our readers and an unknown voice begged for water, this act of perseverance in tracing up "My
Wheeling Gazette. ? brought it ; poured some m his mouth ; i Mother." What would Mrf Brady do, if
i. ' ! washed his face ; and beuold ! it was j such a direction was submitted to him for
)oung iauy playing the pianQ
mother was washing the windows.
have no reason Jior forestall'! r, the reflec
Ah . ' Amiable Sentiment. The Boston1 I Frank CoSderi-
Post says that at a recent Rantoul tre0
Soil festival the following words weri
usedn one of the speeches : (
If a slavchuntcr come to my house t
would kill dim, take the constitution for
his v:nding-shcet, and bury uim in hell. I
After binding up the wounds of several
soldiers,, her husband, who
pursuit of the enemy, came
may imagine his surprise
wife, whom he had but a day before left
sixty miles distant. She remainecj during
the day rejoicing with the victors and
had been in
up, and we
qungmires, whre she find herselt, our sepa
ration a few months hence will certainly Le
made with tears bu' they'd be tears of joy.
The chivalry, while. they abuse us for not help
in them to cut their own throats, are appre.
heiisive that IS'orth Carolina will join an alli
ance of Virginia and Tennessee to keep them
from reaping lhe reward of their madness.
The chivalry are very much out of it. We do
not intend to afford them the meant of taking
a m . 1 f 1 1 . . a, a a a ....1x4 l.am Maa rw H I
French Dost- cvv 11 nas teeth on the lower jaw. dui their own lives, because mai uuw
i . r i- 1 I i l :..:..;ji." tn. iK laur Rot
I rrr a-vn iho nnnor , pmM p uhs iij i nn.i n' am -- ail rim i iuii 1 9 .i.w . --
viita i 11 . .1.. ... S . i : 1 i inn
mv taken, but it was so large, and, becoming . this much, iNorin Carolina a..u vcu,
ihrv are eauallv iul-rested in re-
enian"ieu in me nei, umuc sum , ......... j .
tP .oTortinn tn efseane that the cantors ' movmg contaS.o..s a.stempers as .-r r
. -UoA tn .hnnt ir. Thev nre. ! b!e from tbefr people, wdl promise ; v,z
. . - t. aO C
served the skin, however, woicn was in- . f .rtvrlr. as for iw.n.
Denave oeifcn uui u uvi- -j
A Good Wife. When a daughter re
marks "Mother. I would n.ot
qf X. Y.
teen feet long. Living Age.
f ihe Union and
kA. v,r.1fn.it r.f floors soberlT. as tortwu
iv-five years she has not done inide, they will
- . - c C ....nA a.f.nL!.ri.
A lady, on a cold morning, seeing all the win- ; kindly and at tbe sacr . u. " "
hire help, dowsand blinds of a wealthy bachelor s room nous scruples im - .... .1
for 1 can assist you to do ail thie work of ,hrown wide open, inquired the reason of it. tionaluy ot her out g..n,. ana r"l'J'
the kitchen," set it down that she will Ob," said k'e, " i: ii merely to let in my oy i themselves frorn
make somebody, a good wife.-CTnde. U and air." i P""1 lbe allcmhLe Gor. UaTea.
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