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Ztt irpiril WKT' oi"rt cub aub
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tr-r Tae d of Clerks and Sheriff,
i.. .i..rd i orr khI. hicitcri and le-
jaiun of S3 nr will b made frora ttc
MuWr e adniars by th. yfr
Utters U the Editor pow-id.
fothin" it btntai me wicwwn nj a
Ortat man.
This short sentence is inscribed over
,1.. .loor of thesmall building, in not
liiid which was once the workshop of
ftter the Great and furnishes more
thn volumes of common description
oid history could do, an insight into
the character of the man who raised
th Muscovites from the deepest bar
to the rank of civilization, and
t.'.J die foundation of an. empire, the
tiU-ni of which the world as yet seems
little able to comprehend.
One of the most fatal errors to which
men are subject, is the. disposition to
tiyt small thing with contemptuous
wlifll'feuce, forgettingthatgreat things
art but ail aggregate of smalt ones, and
that discoveries and events of the
greatest importance to the world can
be traced to things roost insignificant
In themselves. Nothing more truly
iMTk n grigmal mind, and stamp it
possessor truly great man, tnan
Wsiufe of eircuustauce-whicb
would pa. unnoticed by the multitude,
ami, by subjecting them to the analy
is ot hi reaMnig powers, deducing
inferences of the greatest practical re
nin. The power of the loadstone to at
tract iron, Ims been known from time
immemorial accident discovered the
bcfthata magnetized needle would
sitidicafelli North, but for a Jong-time
1.1 . . .I . I ..-'. n f anB ii I t m
JllllS USUI was proiiuviii-e "iv iicduho.
Jlii the bands of Flavia Goja, of Amalfi,
'it produced the mariner's compass, an
IBMni1neni wn1cn-n5.il inn me
whole course of commerce, and opened
America and Australia to the rest of
(he world . T mention only one of
tha results that the me of the compass
in maritime discovery has led toit
jftat given the potato to Europe, and
fthas trebk-d the means ot suosistence.
We owe the Galvanic or voltaic bat-
tery, one ot the moat powarfol -
wtnti in advancing science the world
hi vet aeen.'t Madame Galvani'a no
ticing the contraction ot tlie mosels of
skinned Irivg accidentally toucneu oy
person on whom her husband Wi at
the moment making tome experiments
in electricity. The experiments of
Galvani and Velta were followed upby
Davy, Hare, and Silliman, and eBects
hich have astonished and instructed
the world, have been the result. The
dry galvanic pile, in the hands ol the
discoverer, Da Luc, was nothing more
than a scientific plaything. Singer, ot
Lontlou. a mechanic ot genius, saw the
pile, and applied the power thus genrr-
ted to movmsr the machinery ol
watch; and one constructed by him has
now ran more than sixteen years with'
uut winding or loss of motion.
A Chemist was at work in hit labors
tury preparing a powder far a certain
purpose. A spark Ull into his compo
sitinn, and it exploded t and from that
day giin-powper was discovered. Some
uifj 4uestion the u4UrtliTs dTscov-
ry, b;re do not. Gun-powder has
niitei : , v aided the miner, the loKrneer
iu the chemist it has made war, when
w carried on between , nations,
much less evil than formerly but.
more than all. it has niven internal or
lei and tranquility to the kingdoms of
r.urope, by knocking - down those
strong-hold's of feudal barbarism and
cruelty, the castlea of a haughty and
"otnineering nobility, and placing the
weak, so lar as regards protection by
law and security, to person and proper-
V m i level with the highest.
A German Beaaant carved letters on
the bark of a beech tree, and with them
stamped characters on paper, for the
amusement of his children. Nothing
"we was thought of thisi but from it
Faust conceived and executed movea
ble typesj and printing, an art that has
perhaps exercised a greater influence
on thjs destiny of mankind than any
"i"er. thus had a bectnnin?.
Galileo was in a church at Florence.
ere a drowsy Dominican was hold
"ig forth on the merit! of the Virgin,
nu the miracles of the Holy Church
thinn about wli'i-k ha . nkiliUonhor
cared Verv little. Th nrinrinal lamn
uf tbe charch had been left suspended
in nl. - . ; .i . ?. ' . j
"v.ii a manner mai u bwubs: lo ana
'u hy the slightest breath, and caught
eye ol the philosopher. a; regu-
"Ity of itsnscillatiiinaatrnek him. anil
the idea of employing susW vibrations
p mettireime occured. Clallica left
ne church and rtMnrned la hie mtmtr
nd in a short time the first penedulum
er made .was swinging.'; :
tme . children - playing , with the
5'Mses f a Dutch spectacle-maker.
"""'ally placed & couple so that
- ieeple ot a church appeared much
"wt, ana turned bottom onwards.
-'vw mt smalt begiumng wa pro
djced the - telescopean instrument
which, more tliau any other, has en
krged the btmMdariei - of tha aoivcrte;
and given ii man more exalted ideas
of that Being who spake all these
worlds into existence.
About one hundred and fifty years
ago an old man might have been seen
in his studyapparenlly amusing him
self by witnessing the escape of steam
from an old wine-bottle, and then
checking it instantaneously by plung
ing it into cold water. There are
multitudes, ho would sneer at an ob
server of nature who could stoop to
notice such a trifle yet this expansion
and condensation ot steam in the wine
bottle, and the train of thoughts which
it suggested, in the hands of the Mar
quis ot Worcester, gave birth to the
steam-engine the most valuable, pre
sent that Science has ever made to the
Arts. Those very men who are now
filled with delight and astonishment
when they bouold the beautiful steam
boat majestically ploughing the waves,
or the steam-car whirling its train of
carriages over the rail road with almost
the rapidity of thought, would be the
first to look and speak with contempt
of the train of causes tli it led to such
important results.
Hut perhaps the example of Newton,
more than any other,couclusivfly proves
that there id, in the whole circle of na
ture, nothing trifling to a truly great
mind. Thousands had seen apples fall
from the treegto the earth; yet no one
hail ever aked the question whether
the-catrseihar caumt the -apple: tn fall
to tlie earth, extended to the moonr -
yet this question, and its solution, was
the key which has unlocked the mech
anism ot the uii'verse, and given to
man power and ideas that could other
wise never have existed.
The great truth these examples in
culcate is this that (here is nothing
trifling in nature, nothing that is not
worthy attention and reflection, noihing
that does not form part of the great
chain of cause and effect, and capable,
consequently, of leading to the most
valuable and interesting events. There
is an impression abroad, that it forms
no part of the business of the tiller of
tne soil to think. This is not true;
and the position should be exploded at
once, it is scarcely possible Tor a
man r 16 be more favorably situated for
an observation. f, nature, than is the
farmer. Hi business, js jpithjhe joil
tie treads anon with its constituents
and their varvina DroBor-tiona with
the green ""earth, and its covering of
herbs and plants, its trees ami flowers
while over head i streched the broad
over-a rtlitBgtky. iMiiiBg 19 a
lul reflectlnn, and urging him to "look
through nature up to nature's Ood."
was drawn and etecuted, and a largr
sun 01 money was aavancea, in order
to etlable hira to WosecuTeliislurahfe
ment. On reaching his. home, the
Deacon immediately, prepared a room
in his garret, and began to collect his
drove, exercising them every morning
under the crack and laah ot a long whip,
to regular marches round theToom. -
The plan operated favorably while
the number of cats were small, and the
space sufficient for - free movement
but when he had assembled a laree
number, opposition arose and when
the whip was applied to force obedi
ence, the whole mass, aa by common
consent and simultaneous movement,
pounced upon poor Deacon, and would
have torn him piece -meal, but lor the
timely aid of the family, who roused
by the noise, burst Ihe door of the
chamber, and allowed the cats to es
cape. .The Deacon fortunately sur
vived his wounds, returned the money
advanced him by Fraiier through the
agency of his neighbor C, and relin
quished the contract.
1 he war
whole strengtli
battle field, und both the high contract
ing parties to ;4he- eat contract, did
their country some little servve.
Some ten years after the peace of
1783, Fiazier, en closing his business.
journeyed through the interior to col
lect his balances and among tbe test
called on Ihe Deacon for the fulfilment
of his bond, demanding the amount of
advance (whiclr the country merchant
had ttevrrTctirrnediywrtb. interest," and
a heavy Sum as smart money, for ne
glecting to perform his covenant.
llus was like a thunder-bolt to the
ears of the poor Deacon, w ho had not
once doubted but that the merchant's
money had been promptly returned,1
and the bond cancelled. Presuming
there must be some misttke in the mat
ter, he resisted payment and an action
was instituted to enforce the demand.
headlong down the grnltejteps, bruia.
bsrlkng tlaWJjBsafassiassal tortofiai hsa htiHHwbfcMepSftm4htr "tfid 1 bil aunulUrie'ousI If
oooes, wuue others -leaped Irun win
dows twenty leet From the ground.
Tie house was soon cleareil, and
neither judge nor jury would return to
it (bat, dayj the cause. 'irt for the
Deacon by general accit)t and a
committee was anpaintedomtigate
the matter the following jilay.
Some lime after the death of Mr.
West," which "happened .immediately
after the adjournment of the ceUbrateil'
Hartford Convention, of which he was
a member, and which.' was the only
public frost he was ever prevailed up
on to accept, it was diacuvt rrd that he,
finding the Deacon's defence desperate,
added stratagem to his eloquence, and
placed (he uigtit previous a number ol
boys under the floor of the court-iooin
with tats, who,' upon a concerted sig
nal, were to make their squall. They
were admitted through the rear wall,
and after nigQarclly dismissed.
From lb titw Orlvan '1'rue Amariean
ptacb. B wmI iaii a "atoct SMrctunf op.
my m. i( indaad any thing which the Ad
miniatraliiMi doe, ca eirit tonishmfnU
Wa propose t tfve a law aitrVu, in "brok
duM," m m aot to bt4iM tb nMwiar with tba
ooolaaipUUao f Sao heavy snM of aorrup-
MM at OB tuna. Mr. ktund aayai
mtnecment of Gen. Jackson 'a admin
istration, the-official newspaper was
the IJuited States Telegraph, publish
ed by Duff Green. Thing went on
pretty smoothly lor a while, and until.
as was said, some- teaious rivalry
I have not jriainined to see if the'othef v
bestow a partof their printing pat ron-
age on. tHse same tndiVkluals. This
further fact, however, is disclosed by
the printing accounts of these depart
meuts that, Jor some time past, the
have tHriwn4areeWrtibnaol their m
We know, sir. that at the c6ra-Ttng into thehahda of I.angtrt- 4t
t; Sulavaii , oL this city,' who arepuo
lishing a periodical journal, the 'Dm
ocralic Review," which professes to be
a literary work, but at ' the same time',
devote its columns id the cause and
defence of the administration, with a '
teal equalled only by the Globe, and, '
at least one ol Us article recently
sprung up between the then Vice f re
sident of the United States and lhi4ilLtleast one ol Us article recenij
nresent Presideut. Mr. Van lluren. publislrimmvt-a-WfleW8rd fof
who was then Secretary ot 8tate. ltjust' rhs I Ibink, aa that pa
was said Green was suspected for cher- j Ppr does., . , r ' '
ishing a stronger partiality for the Vice The executive patronage of the presi
President than lor .the Secretary n was one or tlve great chapter of relorm -
which ensued galled the JlOUNliLlNB Waited bp the Glob
jth of the coMotry into the , tf)e ;f ,thooU ,;f row,idllel Wa..ci-P. Dlair. bm
State. Hut t do not prides to be fa
miliar with the causes of this family
jar. uenort say that the telegraph
was not discontinued abruptly, as Ihe
oflicial orr;in,'bnt was gradually sup-
e, and Us editor, '
..ilfvK, l.al. t.1.
great scholia ot medicine! '" "
throughout the world, there has seldom PrpMe from Kentucky. Among the
been witnttapil m-u.i.Ur trim..h f means resortetl to for this purpose, as
human 'art than Was achieved m our complained of by the Telcgraphweiei
Ihe cause wss brought to an issue at
the village of Keene, where the good
people had jut finished a new and
tasijfjkLjchuich, -and hud -torned-tha, k "
..i.i -i ... . .
uiu one eievaieu someeignior ten len
upon jgranne lounuaiien, over 10 me,
purposes of justice. The Deacon,
when he, found himself drawn into the
law, employed the slickheaded, eagle
eved, and eloquent -Rea.Wcst-t
defend his cause and against him had
been, pitted 'the -young; .and brilliant J..
iaHoii, rrom ine singular character
of the casr the parties litigant, and the;
a general mtereat had been excited)
and women and children' thronged the
nouse to utersi stumng, to hear tlie
story of the Broken Bond. " :
THE BRUK.EN BOND.
Hundi eda of our youth who have
read Wirt's graphic life of Patrick Hen
ry, have actually supposed the effects
a set i bed by the inimitable biographer
to the powers of that self taught ora
tor's eloquence, in the parson cause,
the beet cause, and the storm scene in
the House of Burgesses of Virginia, on
ihe adoption of the Federal Constitu
tion, to be mere fantasies of the wri
ters brain, and out of the question tn
the practice of real life. To those who
have never witnessed the force of elo
quence upon the minds of a listening
multitude, such inference may cer?
tainly appear natural and very excus
able; especially if they had' not the
pleasure of knowing the exalted char
acter and pure purpose oPWrit; but
for others to doubt the veracity of his
pen, seetnfe erj much like question
ing one's own existence.
Patrick Henry, however,, is not the
only orator ot our infant republic.
who, by the lorce of eloquence, has
cleared the courts of justice and the
halls of legislation. And to back this
assertion, we here offer the simple
story of the eveuts connected with the
"Broken Bond," referred to at the
head of this article.
Just before the war of the Revolu
tion, Deacon Dudley C of New Hamp
shire, accompanied Zebina C. his
neighboring merchant, to the town of
Boston, lliere they called en Mr.
Frazier. a large importer of foreign
fabrics with1 whdm Mr Z, C, -waijn
the habit of dealing. The deacon,
thoughtful and enterprising, proposed
trade also, but the wary citizen-de
clined the purchase of his butternut
and hickorv Ditts. his ketrs of nickled
- . a i
tcouL and bales of . peltry but finally
expressed his wish to purchase a drove
of cats, for a ship, which he was about
to send to a quarter of the world
where the animal was unknown. Bu
said the crafty purchaser, they must be
trained to the whip, and to regular
marches across the country to ship
board, and then to a market in forgein
trade. The Deacon thought of the of
fer and concluded that aa horses,
mules, horned cattle, sheep, hog and
turkies had been trained and driven
by thousands across the country to a
markets he could ooj e why thereat
also might not be trained for the same
Ine pleadings were opened by young
Mason, with a bold flourish of antici
pated triumph, frequently mingled with
a lurking sneer at any aerious attempt
at ueleace and he was replied to by
. - . . t ' I' r ' '
me grave anil siuooorn cnarge oi a in
reet and premeditated attempt upon the
lile ot the venerable Ueacon ran officer,
who in those days and among that peo
ple, stood in sacred relation to the
church, next to the minister. -
To sustain this charge, the witty
counsel first held the princely clad and-1 an (He
mil
the
own citviin Katuril.iv Imt Ii r l.u.
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rrnuival ill "iiwui kib m
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i oi its subscrilH-rs
V .. . .1. 1 . ... -I ! .!...! . . I
u iiiuii m; in in uiriii, iijiiiiin iu uav
th special
furnish
a ne . isioou i
into which , the famous retrehthmsnf
report of this House was divided,' ft
is thera tated as an alarming fact, that
the amount paid for priming and ad
vertising "by the executive deniif.
ments at the seat of government (of
the then three last years, (1885.
1826, and 182?,; and by the General
Post Office, in wo years, was 8? 1,
830 51." ' In the same report, we are
ler or rrquoats X4 various jMMamal0- told that, the printing for' Con
gres, the senate and House included,
from March. 1819, to December, 1827,
being a period of eight year, amount''
led to S2n.888 ?r. These were tho't
zenbeig, iu the successful
cengvuital cataract. That the cataract
liaa twi-n aiirsKfiitl .tioi-tti,l ,nitH
7 , .. -....,-. r..---r , ..-. .....ft. ..r .u--t:l..
we, v. b, t i icawac, uui ii iio wiwt i . .. . - !. . - . . ,
been where civilization has aided the "us way ir was initiated into lavor. oe rairaiagant ep,H-xj-..
T . ., . . " . . r.r mn.iii njrn.ii.i..i..n i .ii.. r.. I heir l he 1 1 ouse to mil ulsre me a Te W
nis skiii, and wnen the mind is so --"........ Vm- - - - - -
predisposed. ,h, snrgeon'l path is w , Wr?d. I have no moment, in ho ding dp to their iewi
smoothed of many of its obstacles.JuVmlilJS? r "ll m,t ."fif I u n " t Z
But in the recent tri.mph of Dr. Lu- "that at all hazard, the paper he sus- ork. (Mr. Cambreleng,; who
zeuberg, every sort of difficulty and t'".ed,'' and will leave it for others was an active member of that commit-
imprdiment lay in his walli tm- wl,u know P Blair better than 1 do, tee a in.rror. in which the prtetieal
tWwt wa ' tLlV hl ildViJL- aleUrmlsi. -whetUer the Adiuinistro- reform maybe seen-' IMhe gentle".
wlS Z ltZ:r Z. f . furnishing editor for . or th. party, shall find theob ect
.r ,.rrrn-i...n... t MikGlobe, succeeded in eetUiiE a "true Ji hideous one, 1 can on y ay the pic
. ' i. . . ' "T trustv Mlow. aMlow that will rha ture t eflected is the work of their own
uoic hit in riKiuic ine onemnoii.
Ihe eircumstancee are these.
, trusty fellowf a fellow tbat will 'go the We eflecte d is the work
. , whole,' who is troubled with no prin- hands. t ".
Among the geminole prisoners is a F' any - mwynt w who wim . ' T " "ZfZiZ
r. i. ...i : sunnurt a certain, nlerest--'.thro thick Ueptember, 1 837, the several executive
Tt.r3?mr'"!,M?l andrthiu This! km w. that tlie ad- departmerits, inclusive of th. GenetJ
';Zoiz Sd.rf FViK' -k hedthattiffi
audausonc its wilder natives. -and ih an iminense amount ot pa- e r printuig. ... w..e . grj
sua ausong.iis w imer aai . , ;. : , w atreiifftli years, u as 10 trompar It with, thf r-:.
ignoraocrnt a belirf in its immobility . ,0;l!Si 11 a1"'" . T w7i .t.i.a k. ti,.
liave ever made her resigned to her af- VVr was first 4 j Mod n t be f
flictton. When atrivj here, it was P f'- ' 83 . The whole -"'V i'trt;' SItSi IB
.t.u. i.ih. m;-.i... i.i paid for nrintingbr the Executive De..3j0.ll6 j7, ayf airo,D58 19
13 wa SlliLtxeJuet 1 ' MOunl st1 by ' T
a 4 m ao I tha tomaime, , ,, 7
removetf,-,that The -reat medi- tTV' J'if
mi ika wnitai tnun mm in airst as a r - ' f i . ..j & ,.. , y t,-. . -.
liaAtrtTarprgBo
to Atr relaHvea and ththie of her nut mnfr pnn iPSMao.in
be
cine
tmenis.
u. .;,L... B.Uf.n ..i.nd "ii'Wii anii puousnrs uirvuKmiui ine
vnro thiA eiunci1, - aitu the resu 4 Stair- In 18J4 and 1835, the on U3tU day of September, 1837,
of their deliberations waa this . tu. whut amount o naid was R83.966 50t the priaUnic for Concress tSenata and
lar decree What the great spirit wW' tmri, say &40.47J 16, HuseJ and inclusive of certain land
has denied, the pal face cannot Pa'l to the Globe, and the residue document, book, and engraving, a- .
year by iha Kerunnrrv, , , ,j f 97,227 6T
s aiso nnu mat, " n years enotng
S
ive wbat th Manitto has or 8,,,l a f ,tre aiTieTore.- ror ItieTirxtTmronted tw 973ti5S42. Let us dr
ained. it would be '"haa'"iiiTifa -Hy reported by lh coiffi
drento wish to change." Frequent I837: tUe ceral ISxecuiiva depart- nuttet a paid lof the ama objecnar;
importunity, however, induced a bet- m'nl paid nut, lor priuting. the enor- jrear by ..the .administration which
ter state of feelinz, and the patient at "u,ul ium r S142,8Q4 Co! Of this,, w condemned for il extravagance
length consenting, the operation wa
communication
ous
iar
mmured to their society, as to have
mbibed most of their nature alledg-
nu that if sliut p alone in the jury's
lobby. bewo.uJd.insttDtIl.ivJorjbj
old companions. This brought a tre
mendous burst of irrepressible laughter
from the whole crowd- and set th
bench in a perceptible Utter. When
the fit had fairly subsided, he adroitly
changed his key, and presented the
unoffending, grey headed Deacon, cast
helpless upon the floor, beset by a
hundred furious animals, made despe
me uioue received Kx-i.aol 27. and that was 37. that om-ra-
perlormed at the barracks, on Salurdav, 'he balance wa div'uUd and uUlivi. tion will how that the Reformer have
the 14th altby Dr Luzen'bers assisted' ,''"r'h- lH,'l being thu given indu paid, io the legislative patronage of the .
by Dr. Labalut, in the prenre of the PrP""un, amouhe whole pack,, pre, 8479,701 25 more in ii yeara
chief of th Seminole. Many aingu. fro,u "he turdy mastilT that bowl at than the .wjiig jirty ijaid in yerl! ,
lar difficulties presented theuisel vesi the door of the Treasury, down to lh ,I the attempt which the resolution
firstly, from the impossibility of prompt n,, reltng turnspit that barks on j under consideration propose, no dan-
bet ween the patient w,?''".w'n,'w.",r;.
uut it will br.oOserved that, ao far,
executive
obtained th
llepresenta-
.i.i. . . if ..n.i.. K. c iiv , anu lor tne two years endinz on
...... . ik 4AlU S.nl.ink.. ion -.I :...)
vanism. Hot skill and perseverance ",v -v' ". s
ran nvprrnm. ail i,n..tim.n. ii.. f publishers were paid, . on that ac-
poor savage" of tlr"" woidlrp'f e'p'Sf fd""rar rwr"r i wpt j .wn.v rgoi m yuun pi iiunig
receive Irom the white man the inesti- "' -J""e WM! wioue oo .tuc "", r.""""!)' '
mable blessing of sight. The eyes, ncwPpe' has received Irom the gov-1 press. tj And, to rstauiisii this, 1 will (
which in their blind state were addil ernment M lne published documents state .briefly a few Item, contrasting
tionally afflicted with oUiquity, will Prov.ei Bearlf '820.000. What it has. the precept with , the practice of the '
henceforth assume their natural nosi- ' """ti .. iti;- iciuimnh iiiiiiiiisin,Mipiivuiiu .
.iun holders and expectants,
surgeons se con dir. because .k
powereu mercnaoi up io ine gazeoi from ubit - y, of wefe I nave staled tne amount ot
court and crowd, a. an old nolon-l thrown tn ,' 1,1 -cantfiu.:-a.d V"!S the ptea. 4,nly.
and experienced cat dealer, lamij ,hJp,,. h,f.u mp.,i ccm -er. 1833. the Globe
with all their habit, and o long .j .l , .... r - print' -iir for the House of
ger await Us, but a gret Civil rv
umpb mar be obtained by it. 1 invite
the xentleinan from New Hampshire to
adopt the word of hi gallant tate
man, aim, instead oi muiking ii "ira-.j
practicable,' let hiinay U'lt try.'
But, air, we have been greajly dtgp-
poinied iu. the failure of tlits' promised
reiorm in many oiner rcspecis oesiue
turn.
t ll rmiv lU.-.f .mpi Ii nn r I .... . I
. " L Mi. V 11.1 .IIVII ,wiit,
the Seminole rbift watcUed itov-ri
. a Jl a a
rate oy nunger ami long connnemen, intent t- n ij(Iuer
-.ome fa.tened Upon h,. throat, .uck- whe & h h
body, tearing away he fleeh, and otbera chltf Ml0red her uber,ea th. oale
td
innumerable host i
er on whom this patronage ha
ud from ofijce-
ho one can in the report a ready alluded to, I msy
Wfllt. T urlll titkl il.il.ml. ..r !.. K .nitj.MlnMf l 'tflivtulAM r.liA
. ..w. ui-nni, CVII V, tllV wm nn viiii.iiiuuu vj m mitibiwii v, t.w
of editor and print-' subject into a few prominent h'S'J;;'
n. I..,1.nK.r.'d .l.n.,1,1-. ,er on whom tiui
nionil aa i mm Lim.ir. ihowered. Mny of diem have receiv
nd
poor
print-, subject into a few prominent ti'ti".',
. been, But, in the language of that report, I
eceiv-jain 'far. from thinking f shall now ex-
at his fare' gashing his cheeks and tear
ing out Ins ere with their claws.
Hit peculiar picture brought tbe whole
scene before the eyes of the court, the
jury-and trie people,, whose sympathy
waa excited to a shower of tears, com
mingled with audible imprecations on
the head ot the wretch who bad plot
ted the mischief.
Of, this irenerat .excitement, tlie
adroit counsel took instant advantage.
and Dearmg with irresistabte foice up
on the feeling and conscience of the
discoiuhted merchant, assigned him in
tones of language that went to his heart
and harrowed up all Ids . sensibilities,
his nasi linn with rata in thia life, and
in tne life to come with an escort of
cats a he made hi journey thither.
i hi denunciation wa fervid. Wither
ing and overwhelming. -and was in
stantly followed by a continued chom
of cat squalls, proceeding from among
the very feet of the spectators, as
thoogh the assigned escort had actual
Iv arrived to accompany the affrighted
merchant on his untried journef. Tlie
children began to cry, the wojoeh
t to err. the women to
purpose. At all events if he could not scream, and the men to stare, and all
drive them, he wa tore , he could
train them to follow him, for hi old
Tab often followed- him to the field
and wood. It therefore concluded
to furnish the dror of t. A bond
to move enmant towsrd the dmc way,
seekinr immediate effregv" The. panic
wa universal, the jam fearful, and to
many nearly' fatal. 8omefe l-'and
w era tramp ed, ttpofl, thth pvtcaed
face closely, and wa satisfied he could
give her sight: that their own great
medecin," their prophet, Felix-tlaya.
could do nothing for hen but if the
would submit a few moment longer,
the medecin of . the pate" face would
enable her to gaze.upon her children
and their father, -and to look out upon
the beauty ot the country where they
were going to dwcllf that she could
then mingle in their dances, and sec
how their braves coltid defend her
irwam! Bound by habit to obey her
chief, and with aoinu ray of hope to
support her, the patient submitted
the second operation, which was pcr-
lormed with matchless skill, and -well
requited success. Under all the cir
cumstance of the case, this rosy well
be onsidreV-ne of ; the proudest a-
chievetnenta of surgery sad we cannot
avoid envying the Doctor the gratifica
tion he must lee I when he reflect upon
the result of hi benevolence and. skill.
Mary ha a child, nine year old, alto
born blind, who wifl be operated upon
by Dr. Lozenperg, in the course of th
-.1. mi ...
wees. ni. ucccs acam crown nn
obte efforj. s,:c
Facto for th People. U y
Vpom lb rfaotutioa of Mr.Hopkina, to di
rort lLa Oovernoient fraa tha' Pram." Mr.
I OoaJ of Obi tnad aa abla an j ananaweraU
ed small sum others, again, do nut haut tle suhlect" I shall 'have only
quite equal the Globe editor buHopened" it.M I pretend to nothing more 4
win name a taw who seem to be among "at thi time than to lay the foundation ,
the preferred, and then leave it for of a system, to U' followed up and
their readers to ay whether their pa-; completed hereafter" by the people, 1
' - i . . s - . w r
i no proiongeu. session oi vongres ,
per can be supposed tn be .under, the
wholesome regimen of Treasury diet. ,
I find that Hill & Barton, of New
Hampshire, have received in about six
years, between 7,000 and RB.OOO. Du
xidg tho ame time, Shad rack Peiin.
of Kentucky, has been paid about
510,000. nearly the half of which has
! I .1
oeen pain wimin ine last two years.
Ilnnn. t.. - ... . f
IIIC IIUIC, IIIO UI IUS 111
a cnnspicooua chapter in the-
formed
book of reform. The ' committee d
as 'one of the most
nnuneed the usage
serio'u evil attending the national le
gislation of the country,' -and, by Way '
of arresting it, recommended "tliat the ,
compensation of the members, daring4
the prst session of each Congress b
leduc d to two dollar ner dav from
True & GreeTChas yGrtJreeir, "ahd Jan atler Tlie firstTklohday eeT Aprilrir"
Beals & Green, of Bojtoif, have been Congress should it beyond thst time. 4
paid 227,204 76! I the course of uvo
years, Medary. Many penny were
paid 2,958 66j Paine Clark fc,
837 53 Mifflin 8t Parry, f Philadel
phia, 81,822 C Medary, Reynolds,
1 Medary $1,584 and 8mul Meda
ryoi Brothers, all of Olio,rg2,002.
All these payment were madebv the
UOst Olfice Department) and, in addi-
iion avi ui printing patronage, soma
of these partis enioved advaotaioua
contract in the am department, for
the upply f paper tnd twine. con
nected with heir printing of. b!nk.
The contract .for blank, paper &
twine, when examined, aa theyjwer
vj' vow cvmnuiKM ( pi invesngiion,
disclosed th practice of moot, repre
hensible partiality t in ihe ' Postmaater
Gcof rat fyt eetarirpoKtical favoritea,
Thia wa lhe prisceplr now for tho
praciicr. i nv icihuh m vuiigress,
ao far froiw being shortened bar been
prolonged, no remely applied, and the
peopfe of . the country ought ,to fcnowj
that the gentleman from Jw York,':
(Mr. CambrelengJie eacljM B1,rch,
1830, when n attempt wa made iof '
carry into effect th remedy prfpbsed
in the report of th committee of which1
he wa a ns,embr. by reducing the pay'
f member, did himself actually resist
and veto against tha niea r; '
The report alleged thatf hbugeis' haaf
taken place fram the various and' ar- r
bitrary manner in whicfi "member e
timated; their mileige-' .Th' ibusi
was iscerlaiued to have beenjpractiseJf
by tht.jtpf irniert' helhe1Tfl,Da, hT
bavt cobtin'uedLtlML'prictict.witjikQuf
s.
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