-irorougUi FAlgecombc County, .v. L Saturday, Dtccmhrr 7, 1814.
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The TnWJoiss3i Prcs
By George Howard, Jr.
la n.,t,hpv: we-Uv at 7V,i A, per year.
'if paid in S..1WH nr. J.i 'kui,.
Stl!cribe.s at hSe"V ' Hiscontmue at any.
on oivin"- i:tice ilierei I atul paying arrears.
Adv'ris"nPiiN n.it exe.iin'g a square wi'l he
v am a
FOR THE TAIIUORO' TRE:
; l)e Tlwl llmo I... .. i .
die fi-st iiiMTiion, and 23. ,d-1 m;,ue Ms appearance
.nance. I.onor f. ;vp:-: v nen mot'"'ains and rivers our hca.
Coik: ( ) jer- and
at tint rte ner ;a
j;,.!;.!' A.lvf-rtiT.ppi-p.;r.-.nt. h.ixl.er. Ad- I once thought of St with feeh'ngs o" for
v. riemetKS r.ist !-m ivlvKhp onml.of ol itier-. bearanee.
rpquiiPi) o- -nt-y wi.l ne continued until
ViiiTwise dire!, ... HiargMl accordingly.
tetters adIr-- J 'o t'ip Kiihor inusi bp po:l
IpaiJ, or ihey ni ..y not he aitpn.lej lo.
iosrctii of il)t
Our Country. 'Liberty, and God.
Ravio FutroN, Editor.
Ai.rr.iiD L Price, Prm'er.
Trrmi$2 50 if p.id in advancP: S3 00
Out can 1 so think again ; no; never, npve
Flattering hope has oft whispe: ed in-my
And told me that she yet would' be mine:
Hut such whispers I can no longer loar.
Bidding farewell to hope 1 can but repine.
It is past when her ber!;cning urged me on
PlUiirr! lii In nr lr.. nn . . T - -! ' V. ..' r. I . .. . '
; - ' ,mj i-"'t on wLcuii N-ience, pnjim can ne more interesting, more in
,an l Hs application no longei a mystic art. tellectu d? The mightiest mindo are light-
- ) It is already redirced. in our country, to a' ing up the path of the -igricul turist by their
. uw.MUKM. p.-acucai science oi every day ap- extiaoniinr.ry discoveries in chemistry. A
i"dUon , i Dana, a Johnson, a Liebig and oth-vrs ate
Surveys and cell males cc.n he made,' and j louoking into the arcana of nature and re
mspnns.hJc persons can be found tcilv to, vealintr her wonderful secrpt to iho hi9
j underiiii e any rr'erpt i.-? and uaran'ee ils bandman. ...
jpvpcunon for sfipuiatrc'I urV:. To tin-1 Agriculture to a cultivated minl peases
drtial:e now n wor!. of Internal Improve-j to boa laborious and sturVid pursuit, follow
j mpnt is not, as heretofoie, taking a leap in ' ed only because it provides ihe Recesbiries
hue dark. Wc only have to look before ioflile. It has become an intellectual pur
j we leap, ci.d ihcn we can asceriair. certain-'suit, worthy of the mok fastidious taste or
i iy yh.it will ;e liie resi)!t. j exalted mind.
j No t'uid;! ctHertai:-:cd that a similar j I therefore recommend that an Agi icnl
jsysiom of -mprovemenls by dams & locks lural professorship be added to our Univer-
upon ihe Tar and Koanoke rivers, villjsify; or, if it be deemed bpttp'r, that an
j jitcatlv improvp tiieii-t.;jviga;ioVi. j Agn'cultural School be established, where
i For coiistrti.-ting thp dams and locks no Auriculluro may b taucrht a a science.
! Thinking she would attend me imiespaii-;i ma!triii! can be r heajif r and stronger than and where a model farm may be attached.
Sow whon I look back 1 iind thai she has "r !onS 'co1 pine, "well wtrighed down with -and the science be practically illusiiated
l tie views expressed in relation lothe
Some other breach of promise to repair.
1 1 have abandoned her and now follow des
To ce whethpr she too
1 And leave me another 1
! Making mein example
jThe day was wheri wil!i me lo live was. 'he nu'ler.t! ti.istitne, :
tone; and its durability, when constantly lend ."pplied to use.
Kppi wet. suiOient lorai; j:racticjl purpo-l And 1 likewise recommend an Agricul
jtural, Geological and Mineralogical survey
se ! of the State",
if educated and instructed in useful em
ployments, wnuMke able to maintain lL:rn
selvcsand enjoy life as rational creatT. t
NVj!ho::t these advantage?, we often -d
them huddled together within the coi-.r;.,:
of a luathsome Poor House, doomed to
wh-lf au-ay a miserable existence in wret
chedness to 'themselves, and at an increa
sed expense to thoc whose duty it is to
make for them more ample provision.
The condition of the insane merits your
earnest ailentioh. Many of them might
bp restored to themselves and to their, use
fulness if an asylum were provided where
skilful and .experienced managers could
have the supervision and control of the pa
tient. There, those, whose cases weie
hopeless, might likewise receive the care
and attention their condition required.: J
therefore most earnestly 'recommend that
ample provision be trade for the education
of the deaf, di:mb and blind; for the resto
ralioncf the insane, if practicable, and for
the comforlab'e sustenance of all.
ji may oe saiu mis is not a proottious
Hut that day has now naWd andr.nr;
Now f i a l lock of her's my e'vo is sri e
In whatever i! may chance to look on
fnthlrs will nrovf ...- ., , m(h4UUh u.u-in me u uion preser.tn mors m-n ime to un(tertake so great a work. A
burden lo hen.- '"uy P;,;l;c atteni.on and teres.ing geological formations, or a greater I century has passed, and. the time has not
to VI wl,- Invp 1 '' cnri',,r-v- ,han WI,h ,he expec-.variety of soils and productions, han ours corner If a bounteous Providence were to
jtaiion that you will take uny action upon; Such surveys, made b'v a man of science. ! withhold his Hums fmm I . i
nistitne, further 1han, it may j would add much useful information to our withhold ours from his afflicted children
2 seme inquiry lo obtain in j present knowledge of the Stale, and would how quickly would we make that proptl
jdoubiless greatly aid the cause of Ag icul-ltious time aVrive! Now is the time. You
ai ;?!e end of shree months: S3 50 t tin
expiraiion of !he ye:r No paper dis
continued un;1! a'i arrearages are paid. : Hut why should 1 of her one moment
except a! 'he cp'ion of the pnblMiers. . think',
-r- 1 When every thing I rec doth pia'r.iy lei!,
H"ffAVlNG hern induced, ai the so'icila-! 801,1 iho'e words must cease to drink
.-on of some of ihe menb?'s of the j An(1 say ,n ner ul ?ast faicweli.
Democru'c pu-;y. to iike charge of the j At that last word my heart, doth leap,
Rppurj.'ican Ptos in this place, we will t Krom the place where it should rest;
Leieai'ier on every F.iday mot ning. issue j Hut whether awake or Imbued in .sierp,
a Democra-ic paper, under Ihe above title, i h i.s my prayer that she may Lc ble.-t.
at Ihe oHi.-e of ihe laie IViirninclon Mes-i .n, . " , .
r ' " . hat some tavoritc son o !ui -t i t s l :tni),
SPnirer. in the town of dmington. i., , . i - r. . , ' '
? . i r ,r r ,i May love and Nitnk of her as nave done;
As we have given a hi .ef outline ol the . J. , ,
r i. . mi j And nevpr pausMna' eve to b damn,
pnncip es the 'Journal will advocate in , , , , ' .
our first number, we think it unnecessary cause of naving made hets.f and Inm as
aain to reitprate the political doctrines it MZ ne ,..,, ..,.,, ., ' '
will be our constant and earnest endeavor -
to inculcate. On the
'ip. to uis'iiute
. .... "i'"' w u ineNr-rGim.vu'it'. . ! have only to will it, and it. is done. The
I made to the last Legila ure iela:ive toj A scipntii'ie mineralogical suivpy, skil- j means are at yotir command. . 'I hat miser-
MiipiovLineius in ine nu iuic: and vves'.i rn i iniiy mn!e, and reported in terms and Ian-
ly constituent who irrudeinfflv vields th
inrtxoi the Stale. They want good road, j guage within the comprehension of miners little portion which he would be required
(live 'hem faeility in getting to gr.od mar- and persons of ordinary education, would UQ contribute towards so good a work de-
vuoisy c on iimuMiv v. lujgieauy aiu me mining operations oi our serves dot the showers and sunshine of
c"!T,y ,v m a!l tbclr r.rec?. I State an mtersst becomine well worthy heaven, and need not hone for a hi;'r..1
j of legislative attention.. N
. i i .i oi f gropes in :he dark in search o
notified bv the Shertii of ' ' , , - -v
., , r,I , tninprals, never ionnd .n the
e ueath ol ihe Hon Char es; . , . ,
.... where the se.rvh is made: thei
therefore, we will merely stale, (hat the
"Journal'' will be the uncompromising
opponent of each and every "dink" in the
whole of the "great chain'' of Whig mea-,
lres a United Stales Bank a Piotoctive'
Tariff the Bankrupt Act dniernal Im
WT W,1 'K r?'s
From the Raleigh Star.
(continued from last No.)
Immediately connected with this m-
I ' :m, d;:l V
! ; ,,,,M" where the wrrh is made: then the ligh
. I. c , . I ol science would point out the localities
:to the House ol Commons: rind hv l he i . . 1 : . .
n cn r.i i . i n where searrn nuy.ht be made with even
Suenu ofGreene, of the death o the Hon.! . ..
,i i r ,u I !,rb ibditv o success I believe the same
( ...--w.-,,, , t nihility i V-IVL II Villi IHUi
county to the House of Commons; and bv
?!t: Sli-'t ili' Ci Johnston, of the de i; u of tile
I Hon. Ransom Zanders, the Senator elect
j of that count' to the piesent Legislature.
!. Wiits of election have been issued to till
thee vacancies. 1 his extraordinary mor
tahtv among the members elect of the
tuturity. U ithout the aid of your branch
if the fcovernmcut, gentlemen, that unfor-
formation innate cla.vs m.iv h'd farewpll in bnnp'
T onici iinrn c ct,A n . ; i r ' oeen ureattv neniecteu.
(er'their election, and the dea.h cf a distin- j even, ma!te a ra"0."3'. guess .as to the quan
ldshnd ;-- Hio n rin,ii.i,i rr . nr . titv of the various productions of our Stall
(ice of Governor of our State, and the death
of several other candidates either during or
immediately after their canvass, seem
For years past the subject, of chancine
amount of money could not be supplied iu'."ur Criminal Code by the, establishment of
iny oinpr wsv as in procuring mese sur-; -mw... j j,., :ia siagcu Hu."r
fiiicuuuM. . LuuuLiejs you are aware oi
the wishes of your constituents upon the
subject, and will fully comply wi'th them.
1 am satisfied that criminals often escaped
conviction from a humane fecjing in the ju
ry and their unwillingness to subject the
oflender to severe and ignominious corpo-
ido puuiMimtMiL nna ii a criminal De
: .i . i ' " i - 0
In every civilized country it has been
found useful to obiain as much statistical
information as possible. This subject has
Who can tell or
J. .. . . I . . Pnnciftpn. I hp nrpcen t mn,l mi..rU
-the number of acres in cultivation, the ;1 u.i ;ii V V 7 r " lJ",,.13ilU4CV
, ' . , v . c is but illy calculated to rrforni him or to
number of domestic animals, the extent of!, f J. ort!i4 -L? J . - k
i v u:,i i :: '" mui. uuhui y uuiiuucmcut
provements by ihe General Government, ' Immedialcly connected with this im-' immediately after their canvass, seem tor.."1!"! hard labor are wholesome reme-
&c. &c While on the olher hand, it will, provement of the Neuse, i3 another subject appeal to you wih gvear force. upon the "perauons. i lj ii i uytyc i l i;, i j dies fur desperate moral di3easea.
so far as our humble abilities will enable of importance altogether worthy of cons:- propriety of altering the time of holding 'oiniation . might be pbtajneu with little )eeve(J hat the adoption of the
w, be the firm friend and supporter of the deration. the elections. ' 'uble or expend through the aid of ourlsystem wouf be econom. the -
Constitution 9s it was leTt us by bur fath-: Our Harbour of Beaufort is ee'.eved to! It is proper that candidates fcr public fa-1 (;oun,rv, Lourls- 1 therelore lecommend fis arjsit rrom lhe f Criminals
er; and of a strict construction of that be equal, if not superior to anv other on ! vr shouhl have an opportunity of visiting! lue suJecL lu 1 ." . ' would exceed the expenses of carrying th
i : : II Z . . a . . - 1 m k .
in my tasi message i urew me attention j vimi. i voiers snouiu nave me; ,ie COt:nties in tliis Slate have cdop- e an aumiraoie system lo apply thepiy-.
o.n w ;n the idea of of lhe Legislature lo the propi iety of pres-: opportunity ol judging ol their quaufica- J ted the Common School system, except reeds arising from the punishment and cor-
t!. h woo d be a ping up n the attention ol ' Conges ;l.e ne-: !,oU- i Rdcrprnrnbe aritl Rowan. If it be nroDcr: 'cctionof v:ee and idleness to the Common
reader' lime. Suf- ccss'.tv cf 'making a ship channel at or ue.n ; there opportunities s'.iould be afibrcJ- .in,i rnr iiie interest of ilie Statel that the School :end, to aid in the moral andUntel-
Constitution, thprebv en'sutie'r ihe riiht's cf our coast, south ol" the Chesapeake. !a"d seeing those whose confidence they
the several S;a'es wh'eh compose Con fed
etacy. But we set
not gomg into deta
needes lax upon the
fiee it to say. tha' ihe "Journal" will bt a Nag's Head, between the Albemarle Sound j e them at a time of the year when the
Democratic pater, and will always ad-' and lhe Atlantic Ocean. J heat ami diseases ol summer do not endan-
vo'ja'e Democrairc men and Democratic 1 I noVv inviie your attention, likewise, ! SPr their lives. It is likewise true that
tteasmes. to those stibiects with a recommendation ! some of our citizens in the lower counties
Although the "Jdiirr.aH will pe a po-' that you press their consideration upon the j "e deprived of their votes. They are dri
lical pape', yet, in order that it may also itleniion of the General Government: vcn troi ,!e low countr by the fear of
riminal law into execution, and it would - -
be ag-eable 'o the general leader, its col-! But to the connection between the navi- disease, before the election, and dare not
ii runs will eUViys be open to such i'ems of gation of the Neuse and Braufoit Harbour ; return to veto ?,t the time at which it is
niellige'ri're as wil! he inlere-ting lothe whatever connect :cn tliere may he be-, nnv 'lf;',,. !t is, therefore, respectfully re-
firmer, the Merchant, the Mechanic, &e. tween Beaufort Harbour and Pamlico ; commended that the day
children of thi other counties should be
educated, it is equally propeivthat the chil
dren of these two counties should receive
I he net annual income ot the Literary
A; icjl ui'e, Trade, the :.te of tii'e Mar- Sound, the freight boats on the Neuse cin- cleciions, for the future he some time itii jnr Vonld aidthe success of these schools
kels &c, togedier wiih a slight a'ance at hot avail themselves of iis benefit. i m months of June or July
jjji:ie iiieratuie occasionaIy, will icceive Such crall as will navigate the rtyer can-1 THE JUDICIARY
cur 3'on;to!i. not live in s'ormv weather iti
We hope we w"!! no! bp cou-'t'red :oo waters of the Neuse below Newhern, and
''personal in our tetn.ii ks3 wiipn .ve oiler of the Pamlico Sound. The river boats,
ivv suggest on to our .'V-nds ttiuc'nina Therefore, wdl have lo nut theit cargoes en i
ieciual cul ivalion of our youth. !t ',vouId
oe rearing the beautiful and delicate fower
el Virtue out cf the fetid hot-bed of Vice.
r- i i ; i m , i j . I '-" me 1117,1 n union snail
Fund distributed :n Match and September l n, , lll,r0 fcj. . -F J
v ... , i.-iiri ui me es
tablishment of American Independence be
a subject of deep interest lo every Patriot,
The Revolutionary history of this State is
fraught with incidents of the deepest in-
amounted to the sum of S92.027 71
The Schools have gone generally into
rcspect.ully re- operation; but there is yet want of system
of holding thej jn ,nt,j,. management. It is believed noih-
my nine: tk t u
1 ilU UC III u .
i - : piimmn l
ou; supreme court nasi . .
r .i...: t r l;..i,f.. i navei
Ul l II i l. 1 I III J i uiic ui ii I ui ijiifcCi ui lid
n.entn that ever a
rolina of one of f
loroiil :rwl tliine ImnAr i i nnr n.lrinl! mm
more than the appointment ol an eflicienl j vv. ... nn o. . . e: '-i- L-.-tU-,
Kiiio a (rnni wll vorsrw i n I he o,r st im nl I ' . .; ... . . . . . o ,
mi, win vprse.ii. ' cr3(10 of Liberty, North Carolina aloecari
schools, whose duty i, should be b()as( f -;n bj- h ?
over the State, visit the counties, . - . ' ' .. onA- K m
idorned it, and North Ca-jsee; a!vis? an(l (,'.rect !!e f.rri-n,,(,enL: thd her sons reared the standard ' -iherl
ut noblest and most cher:' and sc loo! committees in the discharge ol,. bi!( Hecre(j lhejr :nt,ep'end- ce ol
v -v micic r.ii ii kef 12 u ruuaruu nit u aai neiv it u 1 1 . . : .1.. .f n: . . 1 , men iiiiiic. uuo use mi? unci cpi iu a ri.ii i . . 11 1 r. 2 ... . 1
f,i, r v ... 1 ,.7lM, !, .,. , '. ' . , . isneu sous, 1:1 lou oeum 01 villim las ' ,. . . ... r - ;,np .Ui.iisn urown; ano ueciarec
-v.-i 0 wcuiuuia"c pre-s in tne lownoi wn-enio ueauiori. 1 111s lranssnipmeni u i-:Tu,- ate one 0f tie associate Justices of 1 11 e f '.'ueresi in mewccwsui IJui,u,a' selve
"SV01- desirable to avoid, and it is more. than prob-1 4,, iu -oC 0,i.ni;.,n., u ,1 ' education.
I ,U 1' 1 t . t I ' 1 II I ! I IIIJl lywilll. uu i.o.- 1.111 J.ioiiuiiy d iUUU 1 , - .
in the iirst nlac. W ilrhinbn s a place ! able it can be avoided. l i i...i u:, ... . Ihe Li
ot 'ne gra est. commecial importaRcs of 1 he ?LCtion of country between ew 1 , jje(j nv'thc Governor and Council bv se?5,on' ,ve a rsor t more 11 1 detail
aav in the Slate: it is silua'ed in a Demo-hern and BtaCfort, a distance
I'raiic disti ic; : :bere is a great deal of in-ior fifty miles, is comparati
torcourse ca-iel 01 i;y 'he cinens of the ' little elevated above the
lower portiori of ilie Siafe wi'h this place, bern, or the Ocean at Beaufort, with a
aad consequently a Pres here wojhl he soi
c .ciliated to do as much :ood, iu dilfnslno . ses of canals. A canal may be cut
'es free and independent p-opv
'i sni'prpiirn orirl ool C.itnvorn J n rr .cnrtni.
iterary Board will; during yon,; ;(ion,. -re Wholly unworthy siich i-
iii.-u ion ucslcui, 11, iyu uricji tu pres.rv
our power; me history o
Information, a nprhan at an v oher noinl ! Beaufort to some point on the Trent and
'v 5 Sta e. Ag'-n, there a?e. wc l;c,;eve, I Neuse at or near Newhern, so as to avoid
Wee Federal o every one Detr.ocac pa-J any wide waters that might make the nay
per m the Sta-c, and ths we fpel or fnient. ; iyatidn dangerous, and Lhe river boats be
tne reason w-iv North Caro'ina olaicd a i locked into this canal, and thus deliver'
Wn'? in 1. pi ii .,... : ,1 n, i
Siei b Jbe; nao; 1a
troent e enio.ij for we fee! asu-ed that it
i.y tcq'ii.ps flr comparison to be insti- the Union.
lu'eu between the policy of ihe Federal The practicability of this improvement
f-'u Lieniociu'.ic nar.ies to p:.s n e for the I is iinnuestionab e. if there he siteams be
"'er the mo-t u iumphant success. Well tween these two points of sufllcient. magni
h0w' 's iuip jsib e for a P;ers 10 be kept J uide and elevation to serve for feeders to
utnpss ou: h ie,i(is w;!l n it t onizi? ii bv 1 the canal. Upon this nosnt I am not
ance of some forty I tf 3ppoln,mcnt 0f ,he Hon. Frederick ! l. operations; of the system, management i jy a mean, in
at.vety a plain but NsIgh of Hillsborough, one of the Judges j anu concmon 01 inc lunus, accornpanic ny , Ue j,nt deeJ8 b wh?ch H g;slain'e(j
s nfuw m'w f the sUperior Courts to that Bench. The r " '""'" &5; - u. tbal dec;aration. . .
Hon havid F.CaldvVelL of Salisburv: w. aecmc expeu.eni anu proper 10 mane, iu . Th ,n(ex t .ho Colon al Docnm .f
admirably adapted to the purpo- j j ik nunn oppoinled to the Bench of ! wirh ! res'KCiru'; reler 'ou for Iur,hL'r. our State, printed b'y order of the lart"-
.-.' r-, . . n 1 1 . . oiliirm.n ! ion. : - 1 . . t ' : r . -: . ..:
Ilhr. Superior iourt 10 nil the vacancy .occa- ; rT, ig'siaiure, 10 wnicn 1 reter you, shows Ihic
no: Jud&s Nasu.! 1; . ... . "'r'!,", . . , . . ; very important historical information fre-
rc with the termi-1 , moe lhanr giury dnd a quarter jalivc f) h(( ma be obined fror
It will beyour ',he R's'.tire of this State has been engv , he Arcb-es of the British tiorcmotent
. J ,irw m iiiakinte nvvs tor the benefit 01 that' . .1 v . . . . .
, - v - . . f l 1 . 1 -i -vecess 10 inese Archives nas been gene
;cla.5 of 1 15 Citizens which .least ncedeo aid, . rous, endercd by lhal ri0vernmeSt to
. whtle the nelpless anu afiLcled children ol .... ' . fl . ,n
ded. 1 . r i r -'I f.
sioned bv the resignation of Juds Nasi)
Their commissions expire
nation cf your session
duV therefore to fill both vacancies.
The offices of Solicitor for three of the
acant. It devolves
ct iomg themselves anu inducing others formed; rbut if there be not such streams.
,y "SO and do likewise." Foi, n
!i we suppose you are' aware. ?nd if vou
;enol, we wi'l te'lyou. thai P inters and
t'Jttp's are so r.,r ije .ber moiis-thal ii
jTJre.s fcomething mrrc ihan air o feed
"1 kir.d wishes to clo.he them. There-
c, vve hope in t everv Democrat into
nose hands ths Pro'perfim mav fall, will
''l' he can to insure the success ol the
'Jlr:iar and the eaeseof Democracy.
,v . DAVID FULTON,
j Uminjion.N.C, Sept. 21,1844.
lie rea-j there is ample water of sullicienl clcvaiion
1 I I."' I l I I ." 1 - I. 4 .-..-.-..
in lanes n.ins aim iong liskc io ,iu.ir.
the purpose, which', by some additional ex
pense, might be brought to the canal to
With good navigation from Beaufort to
the vicini'V of Raleigh, and a gooe
furnpike or Rail-road westward from tha'
hilJ.rlnna 0.0 nlmrtcf w lir 1 1 V il I srPtM-l eil I . a i t i.
... . .u.,u..., ..v. j ,;copiesol anv documents we desire. It. is
iA Phounh we possess a large lund applied 1 , .1 - . ....i:c'
their cargoes from the country diiect on!jncHcial districts 3re v
ship board in one of the best I -arbours of! V0L1 iQ p; therh'
.1 it..: .- - i Ai'hniiuh we nossess a lame luiui aooueo 1. ,. , . .. . 1. r ..
APnirnr tttpt? , e ' r 1 . toeueveu inai an agent, well qtiaupeu, ior
AdKICULTURE. t0 the purposes of general education, no 1, -n
While provision is made in our colleges ; provision whatever is made w hereby theto E ,and procure Such copies as may
and schools for the instruction of our youth ; deaf and dumb and blind, those most necd-(be fuh lbr a sum but little oi
men.iratorv to their entering into me iear-;mg lis aio, are oenermeu. me mcmiy L0(1j,n(j1(ll ovnont'P, nfrhe trin and mvtn
ned professions, little or no effort is made j wiih which they can be taught is truly sur- Jc,erksr making ihe copies. It is sub-
to prepare them fur that most useful of all . p. ising. A nd when we rctlect that it j mj,ted 1o ou whether it U not due lo our
pursuits, agkicvLTure. Should any geri-: believed that the deaf mutes, without edu LeIves t0 (end suc, an agCnt
erous voutli desire to become a scientific cation, have no just luea 01 a supreme L5e
Agricuhurisl and ah intelligent; practical j ing; that neither they nor the blind can
farmer, no nrovision is made fcf his in- read the word of salvation without inStruc
struction in iny of our schools or colleges, jticn, and the great ease with which both
Indeed, so little intellect is employed injean be taugh' to read it, is it not wonder
our agriculture, that our youth deem it ra-iful that any Christian community should
thcr a reflection upon their minds to en-j delay a moment to make provision foi
.'IBP in It nml look unon 1 1 as a nursu l on- i mei r instruciionr
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...U-. iin c-r.i imnin ltd vici ininor'ailC
" vvi,o.L.- u;a ;mn,, cr,(,pm lv worti.v of the slave or the hind who is
V ..' , .... . -tT L- as ionnra'nl the. hrilte lie drives. This
UC pi illltOIOWj ciui. -Mini , ... " ...
can be eai! 'asceitaincd. The science otj'mp
should be rcmored. What
Again: no provision is made for their
maintenance and support, except what is to
be found iu the poor laws. Many of them,
The debt due to the State for the pur-;
case of Cherokee lands is but liiile reduced
in amount by co lections an evidence of
he difficulty of raising money in that re
gion. When we look at the difficulties,' incii
dent to new settlements, which the debtbrfl
who reside in the extreme western c0tin
dies have to encounter; their rafUaesi