The Quincy sentinel

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The Quincy sentinel
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J. Knowles
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Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 15, 1839)-
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Ceased with Feb. 19, 1841 issue.
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Publishers: Clisby & Smith, 1840-1841.
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Editor: J. Knowles, 1839-1840.
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XCY SENTINEL Th.,, d1, iII y f'a a 'ai a I t .il I'..i .. -ic ill-'at -..l (A
R-IDAY' nirrning, in thc build.- let thc sp.t hi 1.- Ihi-. iv ai.]J the m hon. e m -wiir -
disoni and W a lhington -itrietL th,-y died', t
r in advance, or FIVE"OLLAR Makes the ". ..,; 'My am fireside, my am- fireside. p
out of the tcrrilory, unless tlie Maisii.t "i "i t arc i' c "fl a 'i t ltt p 6f t, p-
the cdator, ill be riu'r-edina'h
^, ^ ^ :' JVI S C- EL LAN E,0 U- S ,
ill be insced on i flowing -, MISCELLA EOU .
,f twelve linaeandide.,, for y i"-Hernandode- SoO,,"-Jn 1529.-
fift cents lfor each subssequeit / r- r
Icriiers a liberal disca'unttm ill As ev.i-r.hing r, laiii ca t th ie e- arly hi-tory
and settlement of Flo1rida, must bt- iiterimttine ]
is must be paid for efbie m1- to mc-t of our readers, we h'n. econc]ind,.] to .
ilar cuyonlr make extracts: fro. ']imie to- time,-'frm the
be charred '.?r al amimw lnce- '-.. ,1 *, .- "-. rpi .^i, T '" '* 1 il "
S- 'vchargcduable" l riiin's 6f The'edore I'. 11io unpIon -
,, i -c ths ~,uhet. I\eiwhr.:ftr'letm=.
cWs11lbcl lnet-.rte.J grntuilou.a i 1 1 1 i -rt collect ma-
mrsoial coiniiunicatiols illie b iit olther it itur',:stiii- facts .ftom other sources, t]
its. \v'i'uh shall appili.'tr itn d ti'ttl e. "- -' :'a
7riniing ut.ilr fiue dollars mu4 After a long a d pt-riloti lolirn-v, ith ar- W
o( the (. unhes against 3 ined hrsetmen and ordan-tce, D)e Soto in the n

tis nuA' hoe addressed to J greatest pomp, landed tion the Eastern coast
Uf Florida, where he fell in with a Spaniard,
I I I ^ who proved a valuablle acquisition as .an in- -h
E T R Y m i.rpreiI,-.r I-r I-R.4tory is thus related: -, -o
nX ". ]-d- -- STiiR. OF ,...JUAN 01I;'Z -
HoulCHEE, AT COLUM- S' il L ,after. Panmphilo de -Narvaez had e
IN -8S2 left. the village of Hifrrihigua on his disas- f,
,v 'anks, sweet stream, trons march irto the interior, a sinall vessel f(
ar'ing tide .o fhis fleet. which was in qu' t of him, put '
the sun's las gleam,' itto the bay of Espiritu Santo, Anchoring -*U
side. before the t6\'.in, they saw a few Indians on
-; +.- -) ".- the shore, wLh made sivt'.s to. them to land, tt
rciia dad, poiriiing to a h.-ttei r in ih,:-e f'i I)f a cleft-reed, fi
he ro.kv cTitr, stuck. in the grotnad. The -Spaniards sup- do
tnmiultuoiis lash posed, and probably writh jIttiii:. th-tt it was: c
and Indian skiff. a : letter of iistructiun lef't h Narvaz, giving "
Information of his movements and destination. 16
e-af'ning roar, Tliev ynadie signs for the :Indians to bring it ,
age ytil, to thfiem. The latter, ho ,,, refused, but t]
shorc ta sore, getting into a canoe came on board, where ,
brcak the p nc. four of them offered to remain as hostages tI
for such Spaniards as chose- to go on shore g
he uCn's last ray. for the letter. Upon this four of the Span-
id von \V'stern hi!l, iards stepped into the canoe; and were swift- h
cs on the d.4, ly conveyed ong shore. The moment they s
y gran.lcur -till. landed, a multitude.of savages rushed out of
M. the village, and surroufided them, anid at the I
.same time, the: ,hostages on board plunged in-
THE FATHER to the seaand- swain on shore. The crew of tl
.l .-oR.Ev. X [1the Vi(--, 1. n 'eit'"hlie numbti'.t of the enemy, ti
When through paIreI S "." and dreading some further mishap, made sail h
igs of tihe verna grn ..-". with al haste;' abandoning their luckless
veil ihe arbutus blow.-, comrades to theirfate. : ; s
ursis its niosy ,screen' he capi were !owith sa'.
-' .- .. The, captive s. were con e d "t a e vi
,t asks no floisA's care,- triumph into the village of Hirnihiua ; for fri
s, ha'e ye iiot seen HctIm lnCre the whole had been i a strt.-t'glin of the caci- 0
.a quirto',i) t someCof-the \ahie lit n'irito his-
.phi.. indo-h a ;a i .Ipower, t pon. whoni he mighitwreak'his yen- 1i
p~phiml.Oie sho,,'i thid p-- l atc. IIe p his -prisoers irndcr:-a f
ohthe tewror s eighi.' cl -I o f ,t
p"'he t-or sigl' strung guard, until a d:iay of u fcisiln
,n e e, t erem b li -g ind re fi nfl ....A" i e"
,ce, tTem-1g ad reinc he vere then simiripp-d nakt-d, led out i nto a
ffior onurusvt, mli, .... i. tle public square of thie ,llage, anr turned e
hI of life into a mramie uof.d, 1 '- o. o -,e ata tinie"t bhe shot'at Cwith a...
] d lo o -e ...... a ....e,'- t4. ... ..... t:& -t- with -at.- 1
t.unei'l. ill *.oows prlon ir thli-ir ntiseryF.and.the en- I
, l'a leaps ax''. jo nent of thc ir tor ,-iiiom ..,hut on Indian' ;
d front hill to hill', was allowed to ho<-t "t a -i time. In this-way j
2 su e d' '* the nir-t thri:e wvre slcriflced, ai,,d the caci- o
'edw iunir d a 2 i'_lt k a .iindicx-cpleaSUrre in beholdin--n
S I --. them, rnninma in tineir agonv rroih corner to
*ks lha atcrnl'.guard
4k5 tha. s11n' guad ;.,,... corner, vainly seeking ain- asylum in every q
FI the Sibba.h ni.-m -i )ook, untill after repealed wounds they were c
es in tranquil slumulicrs rtet, shot to death. .
holy thought is borni Juman Ortiz, a youth) scare eighteen years
pulse anis ihe,,aiti+g cast, of age, of a noble family of Seville,-was the ,
hien your voiceless 'y onrth victim. As-_they were- leading him t
maieanouncirig.Godv~astl.rr-.e forth, his extreme youth touched with -0cm-
.." -. .'.'':.I' passion the hearts of the wife .and. daughters [
If'e iail t ttract '.- of the cacique, who interceded'in his favor. t
P sars maje-t ic. rol, '.. The cacique listened to their importunities, t
Io elincMs and gra-rss, and granted for the present the life- of Ortiz ; 1
abbaitlof the soul. -bum a wretched life'did he lead. 1rom
ill tilhe dlav ofilread. inorning. unt4l;-vening he was employed in
rlts the book of doomn is read. bringing wood 'anid water, and was allowed f
bitt little sleep and :scanty food. -'Not a day f
passedl thalhe'Was'inot beaten- On festivals I
he'was- an object of I arbarous iatusement to
ELESS- INFANT, the cacique, who wo.uld-: oblige- him to run,
"- IGtOIR\"V d from sunrise to ,sunset in. ihe public square
ietv one, '-" of the village, Where-his companions had met t
n spreading e- e-- their untimely end; Indians being stationed
.- -in- with bows and. arrows 'to shoot him, should t
EIVes in the sun -h.* ; ^ *^ -^ r n *
ng free -he;:hA-t one moment..- When 'the day was 1
Sthre '' "t spent,: the unfortunate youth lay stretched up- (
io(,. ir, -. on the hard floor of, the hut, more dead than-
hlllock{ fair, : .. .."
violet de ... alive..- At such times the wives, and daugh-
,h. el [ :ters of the cacique would come to hiam pri-
oslip bel is ately with food'anii clothing. and by their i
kind treatment his life %6a4 p'i4rfed.
-ealure. tiarfi, :' At length the cacique determining .*to -put
thou a robtn stag '* end to his yicliintSeXiSlcnce, ordered that ,
ijdkt< dark, + i -he .should be-bound down upon a -wopdcn ]
ids his ,ving- *- a -.' frame, in the fonti of a huge- gridiron, placed
h. m in the public square over a bed of live coals +
tntg hia co-ne ..... -and roasted alive. : '
Ioai' t.tomnig ; ,:...." -" : The cti-sf and .shrieks of .the ^paor youth i
i5c 1 i .. -I ,-, '- eachtd his female pri, tctcwO ,'ar ad ,thtir en- 1
S i ", .. "",. 3 -. ~ -' t. i rcatln s \were once- mnore suice .s.ful witl'i thie
"ej'lce '- caciniuc. Ti boudiiii- Orhi-i. dragged lui 1I
.rnal.g. from the fire:'at'd tok ii. 'to the^ r d.ellntg, ,
wi'sie te'r "-" .... where lhev bathed htr ,-wih the juice of :
lev'vftiint spray -* !.hrbs ,mjd tlnded .,hiirwitll I assidu'ous ..cmre.
+ee it, de'ar; 'f '- {ter itnrn}- days hle recovered from his
hen the breezes swa, wounds though marked wil th many a scar. ;
i uahine-, <--i -i s 1.^l" employmncmit n.nw was to" gua'd the
f curtain i g tr--" f ce f " l' "oft he vilaagi .. riT swa i-a lonet
--brood sh"ll "ar, 7 -' Ilv hel.I ir the bosonn': of the ;forest- "lThe -.. bodies of the dead were deposited in-wooden
t lender breast, btoxes, covered with--board-s without any fas-
love should nurture thee i' toning ecept a: stone or a log of .wood laid
upon the top ; so that the bodies were often
hus, sweet love! carried away by wild beasts.
inher is not dead- In this- cemetery was Ortizs stationed with

6 a'boI c a-bow and arrqws* to watch. day and night,
her pure spirit flid. and was told .ihat should a-single body be
hangelesa trust, carried away, he should be burned alive.
feg.dust He returned thanks to God for having freed
i qfsc free- him from the dreaded 'presfnc6e of the ca-
fant prayer,. cique, hoping ,-o- lead a bteltter life -with the
ardian care ; dead. tHan lihe had done with the living. ;.
id shall succor 'thee. \While watching thus. one long wearisomeb
night, sleep 'overpowered him towards -the
N .FIRES IDE- morning. He was awakened by.th6 falling
S. RJcUAR06.ON. lid of one ol ithe chests,iand, runninig to it,
naun I bid' you adieu '. found it empty. It had contained thebody-'
Peed Wb friends"ip an you ; of an infant recentlyr.-decased, the child df
.bwimlfirwarredei-'rvhlcar. an Indian pf great note* -
*ga' a charm-tC eaeb pat. Ortiz doubting not sonic animinal had drag-
ranfV-w6uld roani far and wide-- g-ed i away, immediately' set out in pursuit.
_ -'--ai fir-e-side. A-lfter wandering -for some time, he hoard ata-
Ija e l- Z'm b short distance.. within the woods, a-noise like
SdC frtsmde i ht of a dog ggawqig bones. Warily dra;-
S'v i" *i, m ingnearto de ,0ot,he dinly perce-ived an am-
!iiy-l tTanagi. tite6' Ieen, imal lm-on.ihc buhtes, a d in-oJ ing aid froin
4ie .akt t 1 glsn on hig,' "flaiard 'The thick ad
ipsing4, yodre"pPi ut t- tangled underwood prevented his seeing 11 e
m.,A ti .,_ 4*, o '''' -

ua, they came in sight of Baltazar and his Even when assured of the perfect liberty
oafd of lancers, glistening at a distance in of Mucoza, and ithat-hp only remained for a
the midst of a verdant plain skirted by a time with the Spaniards'- through choice, be-
wood. cause they were ,yoiing.-braiveslike himself,
The Indians would have concealed them- she was but poorly' comforted, and departed
selves in the forest until the Christians could sorrowing '-for her home. On.-parting, -she
be informed that they were friends; but Or- took Juan Ortiz'side,and besouIght him to
tiz slighted their advice, insisting that his liberate M"ucozo,- inasmuch as head saved,
couhtrymen would at once recognize himn; him fgm the vengeful hands of Hirrihigua.
not reflecting that in appearance he was in Th .cacique remained in the army eight
no'wise different--from his savage compan- days, and during'this time became very fa-
ions,-being like them almost, naked, his body mihiar, and was inspired with perfect conft-
browned by exposure to I hesun, his arms dence in the Spaniards. He wenthome well
pIainted, a quiver at his back, a bow and ar- contented, and frequently afteiwarda revisited
row in his hand, and his head adorned with the governor, bringing, always a, number of
feathers. presents. ,
-No + sooner did the Spaniards descry the [To bcontinuedj '
savages, than they came down upon them .'-..--* .
at full gallop, heedless of the voice of their .. .. -' :- ". ...'-
S -^ /-- -ll rGreec6, populous, refind, and ciilayi-
Sa t a a .a an ted as it was had but seven wise mten; now-
;[ h"e mca call-. thi animal a lion, as tho Spamnsh a-da^ .. you-cIa)d. .anyIw -at ,v eery,
discoverers were prone to call al animals of thr tiger ady ... ... m t. er
or panthlci kin'. - ,- .. coffee-room. .
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.111 ( i f iit ,Ih.'I, buit aw i!te allin.l d lmI not (aptam ; Il r th:.-y were nei'ly raisv,.l soltit-rs.-
tir he fl-hi:t-ri.d iiiht ,--lf tdiat it hiad It.n it:al; I. tll of spirit, anil e rtg 0r lr a l.,ru.hi \vI th the'.
iih tl-;,- lio.p lie e-% [ait,:d till rhei 11 ,1ii v n.l. n ,ii. m iv:a i T I c.
Ii In,: h, h ld It,-, ictin. a lhi.-: antmil ot'lie Tlit: Init.ii .i .-eitff ih ir futirious :ipproah,
panther lind,' lyi ng dead, -he arrow liavin : 11i>l ti rrili,-d to ilit, v.ool. (_hi of thei-r nun- ":
passed _hot1ugli hiis entrails" amid clefto'i ber, h '-.- rr.rbehiii-, bililer.d or ipo-t4-H-ii"g
.6art. numre -.ural!L- than the reat. luitere behind.
Gathering together the inaigli d reinnins', Hge i- piricd by aSpaniasd,,and before +i
f the infant,'and replacing thU:-in in tlie cUlT,1 lIe otli, -ttain the shelter of the atlj".c'nt
)rtiz dragged hie,-victim in tritiph tophi'L thickt.'wa-i. t-rtakitn by i he trooprs e lni'-. '
%ilyII- with the ,arrow still in I hi I oly. 'hlie uan Ortiz \vi O-sBaiilta'. by A laro Nieto, s
xjl.,it gained him credit th the ol.r tirr- tt-e ofahp td.--ie'dt awl bolwdth trloa-T, ill the I
?,anid for some time .'rit..-J i.vt- m Iie Ie- arti, '.-ho cliarid upo-n iiin fumll t'l! with.-his
city of the 'aci.-il.. The rfnatrust'!T-tit 01' lance. Ortiz part led the ihir-.i a ith ln e, bow,
he latter, however, for the wrongs he, had- runfinin 'at the-same time, anmd Leajimi.w ffi.i '.
Lit'-r.: Ifronm white men, was toohbitter-to .be *-i t "le lo o vith di-at *a-iite to rna.voi.1lr tm
;)p: ---.: ni. Some time utor, his ldf .t "horse,.-cryingh out l-,iilv N' illa. NXivtllit-
:ii.r .h into Ortiz,, and warnedThin ta -- --meaning S>:t- ih-t., Seville a Liniahiring ihe
nCr taisth ..- rl ringddoPtr-ned to t.arinc t bitm'af signof thecho--o veith 'i. 1iaill a0an.l rbow-. t -o
pc nexf u sLih::I, V'.lSix li veas ute; at h nayrand itiiifyc- that II- '.1is a Chi ai I'iai.t ..
1at the'influence of her motlhr. lhr sisters Alia-o Nmi,,ohearin,- hixn-'cr o1it-Xi'.illa" i
ad hers-.lf, would no longer a-.ail hin. -e ml<-dnai'fi:,. of -hilm-, ..hetlcr .e was Juan Or-.
wished him-therefore to take refuge -with- a Liz. On his replyihit in, t]ie affirmative, he. ,
eirliboring ctaL-irue named Mucozo- who + size-d him-by w theadm lifti:-d Ohbimi upont.. th c
i: dI ht..r and, sought her tin inairiago., a. n the-.croiptf. hissa.ddle, -and scoured. -away
who., for 'her -sake, would befriehd-: im. with him o :.-r the plain.'f presu4nt him to c
This-very night at midnight, said the kid- .his conadwer, Gallegos. The o
earted maiden, "at the northern exteremi captainrecenived hi-n wilh hns th jr-nd, ai'-.l or-,
f the village, you will find a itrustY friend dereri hi troo-iers to be imnimni:-djaey recalled, 0
hvho will guide you to a bridge, abaIut two- for hey were eating up the-eiiamngils-d woods,. c
: o tin. :s hence; on arriving 'thcre you.-must hittitiigl ie.)lor Iidiaislike so niany deer. ti
end him back that he may reach home be- %tiz htiinf-l' \ into the-forest,-,and
1re_ the miornin-g dawn, to avoid suspicion- caldwt a Ida-'I voice -to fh6 ndians'to -'
,r -well he knows that this aold actbin: ar-t come put 'of ilhie i)iick i. er oth
.t e..s P .Ypear nothing.
ig to assist yOl, nmay bring dowi di-struction Moanv''.of them,-however,i w re t panic-strof c,0-
pon us both ; Sikx leagues o further on, you and iled Iback'dtothevillage dtoacqinitio 'A .
aill come to the village of Mucozo-tefl h.m Ycizt.'.w iia whatohai happened. theO J'L'e-e l i
hat I have sent you, and expect lhin to be- ed Ortizu in.-small, -arties, upbraidting I
-iend you in your extremity-I know N he-w'll wkti -hi's rasmnesi,-but'.whenthee -lri d "v.l -t-
oit-go, and may your God protect- you!" of-thiei people. wounded, they- were so rtiz-threw -himself at the feet of 'i'ds ge:ti- prard,;that;-they-aould have laid violent h-
heus protectress, and poured out his d acknow- ltii impo:.i himn hade not:the Spaiards beeut
hdgeieentsfor the kindnesses she.-kadal- reseat. -,: -"o;- i- 'n"
-ays shown him. The Indian h lheyw6a wre t i.dgt-t :ifid.'The oL-h
ie place appointed, and they left the village ers bbund. up the.-wounds of-th, ihdia, sand .
without alarming the warlike savages. When .laerd ahinm upon a, horse. m I'The troops. F3
h:ey came to the bridge, Ortiz sent back the-" having taken upt-all the Indians behind themnt-
uide, in obedience -to the injunction of- i his galloped 'away. for theecampniert oi thae. .
distress, and, continuing his fighi, found t overri.oru Previously. to. setting of., howe- e
himself by break. of day, o the band s of a r-, Ortitz despatched an Indian to Miicozo-
mall stream near the village af Mucozo.,.-, _'. with a. true taccounit.of the -late events, eAt.'.
Looking cautiously round, he espied -two vtbaf cacique should be irritated byXthu a larm..
adians fishing. As he was unacquainted Ii-b stal-i .ent broughtby'the'film"irv. -
u-ith their language, and, could not explain t- The.zight was alr. ay fh r adincrs -e A
m& cause of his coming, he was in- dreaulest ,altnazar di Gat-lego a*d is-it banr>i e aced
-andhis dbonnr iaic -hed
eiy should take him for an enemy and kill-he camp. When Ithe- governor hIei nd t- .
im. -cHe, therefore, ran swiftly to the place -ani' (Of their hdorses,the-was- ltnd i i iIala'n, f
here they had deposited their weponds- and Siupthi-,n sOmae- tisMchance- ha.l he I alien- r
cized upon them. The savages feed to thfu g hem, -as he did r-by lo -rfor.theni b-br-t1:te _
village without attending to his assurances of expiration of threi e days. ias appi ehi- ions ,-Ioii,
rieidly intention. The inhabitant s-allied mowevuer, were -soon turncdjtorcjoicie- Ii- -
ut armed with bows and- arrows,' anhd made praised Galk'gos aand his met) for ihe skill
how as though :they would. attack him.; uOr-x Sdsuccess of their expedition, and received '
0z fixasd an arrow-,oinh hIsslsi bw and'prepared iz a hisAownt soln, spthising a ""th Sbini
udi -lyencte, bl erihd.norut at the 'sam t mo- ii p.;I sui Tcrim; prcsnting hi th a
mont athact.hie C.aminot-is en sui1 ofchlthc, arnis, sod a 11ood horsc. The
na aithasa-.rr froit'a female cacique to their India ians' who aceorl.panicd their, lie treated -
cief. FcoinaI, y he- one proesentfutriborrstood with very n,.a Orf kifdne, ordered t '.
him, and interproted lis wods. n ti- the wounded savage to be arefidly- attended. t'
gndians ubent their bows, andi returning re- then Ileathrewd twohefrsthnoernatioes-. t
ith 'hinM to their village, presented him to Mucozo, thankiig hinifris'shkifondncss o
iucozo. The latter, a youthful chieftain, toOrtiz, ac,.apitinghis'profftrsof'-frrieidship, d
f a graceful form and handsome counte- andhinviting-him-ti'tyi]sit the- eamkp. '-Not an .e
rot-cti-t--n, d Ortz- hindl efor the sake of ut cis o irthean .*ans coug inC-
stir ni ho hai oent olifi4 ih tw caq joined in the revelry which. welcomed-the n
uaintance, became attached to him for his liberation of poor'Ortiz. r-
;ie orts, treating him with the affection On the third -day eaftex. theenvoys had been.f
if a brother.n, nh despatchedo the cacrique Mh cozo arrived, ac- r
Hirrihigua soon heard where the' fugitive companies "b'his warriors.-' He -kicsser the i
ad taken refuge, and demanded several hands of the governor with great veneration, -t:
imes that he should be delivered up ; Muco- saluted each-one of th6 6fficers," and -made-ar
.o -as often declined; considering himself slight obeisance to-tho'-pritatesi-;' be. Soto t
bound by the laws of honor and hospitality- received him with affectionate courtesy, dand
o protect him. Hirrihigua then' employed assured him that his people- would ever be i
is mediator another cacique, a brother-in-law grateful to him for all jpast kindnesses. "What
if Mucozo, by the name of Urriborracuxi, I have done unto- Ortiz, "said.'Murezo,'- 'is't
who went in persorf to demand Ortiz. The but little indeed; he- came recommended to
generous Mucozo, however, indignantly re- mne, and threw himself upoh my-i protection. I
used to deliver up to a cruel enemy the ,poor 'There is ia law of our- tribe Cwhich- forbia s ou,
fugitive who had come recommended to his betraying a fugitive who ask us ah asylum,
protection, and treated the very request as a But his own virtue -and sdauntless courage .en--
tain uponr his honor. The two caciques titled him to all the respect which wis shewn
continued their importunities, but the hirgh- him. sThat I have pleased your people, I re- I
minded savage remained faithful to his guest, joice exceedinglys and' by devoting myself.-
hough in maintaining inviolate the sacred henceforth to their service,1 .hope to merit
rites of hospitality, lie lost the friendship of their esteem." These wordswere uttered
his brother-in-law, and forfeited the hand of with so much grace, his bearing wasso no-
her he tenderly loved, the beautiful daughter ble and lofty, and his master was so full of
of Hirrihigua. kindness, that De Soto- and his officers were
1539. At this juncture tidings reached touched, and made him presents for himself
Mucozo of the arrival of De Soto and his and his warriors. e
troops at the village of Hirrihigua, and that Two days afterwards caie the mother of
it was their idntention to conquer the country. Mucozo, overwhelmed with grief because her
rhe cacique, alarmed at this intelligence, ad- son was in the power of the Christians. She '
irhssed himself to Ortiz. You well knot," never would have consented to his visiting
aid he, "nwhat I have done for you; that I the ar"i y, bt wasa ab t the time of his
aave sheltered you .hen friendless, and have departure. She passionately entreated the e
cahosen rather to fall into disgrace with my governor to deliver up her son, and not serve
relations and neighbors, thim s deliver you in- hi tas Narvaez had served Hirrihigua. "Ised
co the hands of your enemies. This I have is young," said she, "only give his liber-
lone without thought or hope of reward, but tyc and take me, who am a poor old woman,
the time has come when you can. repay me ali treat me as you please. I will bear any
for my friendship. Go to the chieftain of '^^ishmtteiii for both." De Soto endeavored
the army .of white nien that has 'arrived-re.f 'to reassure her by, expr-essions of gratitude
present to him, the. asylum I have extended and friendship for, her son and herself.; but
to you, and which, in like case, I would have though she remained three day's in th. camp,
affordedito any of your countrymen-entreat and was treated by evey one with respect
him, in return, not to lay waste my small ter- and kindness, she continued anxiou.-s-and sus-
ritory, and assure him that I and mine are piciouis. She ate at- the table of the gever-
ieady to devote ourselves to his service." nor, but would partake of nothing until Ortiz
Ortiz gladly departed on the mission, ac- had tasted it; fearing she might be poisoned.
c-ompanied by fifty chosen warriors. It hap- I-Ioy is this," said a Spaniard to herd that
pened that about the same time Baltazar de you have nowv so great a fear of death, you
Gallegos had been despatched, as has been who offered to die for youIt son ?.
already mentioned, on his embassy to Mu- "Ij have the -same love of life as other
cozo. mortals," replied she, ."but most. willingly
As Ortiz and his JIndian escort, therefore, would I lose it to save "a- eo who is far dear-
were on their way to the village of 1-irnihi- er to me than life itself!'1 -

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AN A.DT)PRE:SS -render.ed- io cbanice;to_ vahblBnt'.-b -,,-
t;L E t U D.tDsumnioned to the prom-tion ..f.kiow!.eAp .
N TLM.\LL. r['.t,.,To,, DLUVERLD ,N THE patrinoiismni a rli 11....- 'itutioiiac-"
CI.APEL or THE uEOP-3I.A rErALL COLLEGE, prjfsn, ad religipb.:
cord"'.ill its p'lan and) gene-ral arrA'teffenJ-C:
C.N.TH UP tDAY, THmc r. !s DAI orF rHr Ex: wh b e spirit of the tuijns, andi. it. anq,
AMINATI,", iV GL,PI GE Fr. IECRCE, PRES a2,', unoiv;ere- '' -r -
Trhis is an occa.-sion of interest 1to the gitrm-'' .pread iisfuleuss. The design tlj.d -
ans of tiis I-tiitutioi and to the public, admiiration and patronage upln .i r -'
dentiied as it-is with the' perlbninauce ol pl of' political 'economvy-'eyer0v r
Obvioils duty and thai 31.ii qrou' ambiion I hii. hI p, aetial' Iisldom, every "blitioni.,:"
se,'., (on 11lbtral and enlightienicd policy-, the C(Ihristianity. Reared by-iui;vidiu:1"5
ntellcLItual elc ,tion ol .th, ,tate. Ii is a cence, who will repudime its-pri g*
irophvly of the future arnd a buinning' ol denonneitc its ims-.. Aq-kitku-lgAaI
he fulfiline-nt. \VWhatt r may have been the the capacityv-tle worth o-i thmefe.
Ihliu~ncines of the'pait. thei prr-ent alTbi, -who'shall -demur to Ithe conressi-j.!
lheerii, eil.?ri,',' thi,; Ihe public minil is estrunate'is not eraggcrated ; -andit,."
.wake, and iii mlr01:no. 'he- 1injjiul-,e has been c.d.lulationM hRa been tardv, -t.e j'i?,
'i en, ail th fi.rt ict butoki-ris large re- c onjpleied.. ' .itst, pitdits a prospeirous is-iue ti: tlis .n- 11ale fru.- p t'i oversiglta nd :iarelei nesis
erprtzi, th s hl-;.t-I.b:,;n 4f its ptia',:ical di vl- ainple-prot%, ion tbr o tliejprcsent, atid.'. b!o"
t| ,ilit.. aiid eli-cient arrang'eiitensJur thi .QtVie; -ln
Gr,:at .-ils in govLnim-,V-ni, in society, in reliance upon a liber-, p iblic, ihevtees.of
duration, 1'1",, tiir disa-.trous opciaiion this insiitiionfhave ezsayed to rdeerm, thb
ain be tracVat'tal,'Vzed, under t.iO.1, ,u ilihout country frO I-a bstigma deep and desd'..,-jS-d '.-
oine labor o^nditl, url,:-ss the caummv and the the past Wedicts and e .ii tes a aCJi uf. -
Ilec hie in ic.hb jdxtapo0 i'-L a toi make the r',.ijuiing,,'as the reward of ,,'-
montnclio -'ikii^,, cann-it be \ iiddenly re- In lavoFof ev er elterprt a &pW',i_.ay *
itcl In v 1lIh we mav charge ,.e wroi- s \ dipre-" 1.age in almig &t th highest retslt-',Th
ate.,, w,: mu't -iuk bucik\-ard;--amtiiulal- I'.tire cannot be-.tIal,.and e. v, tbo.g lne
ing, ,. we th sccornda-rv ag-ntci s -.vhich end accomplished ra1l fai'"ll eort'. Cthe, enai "
at'e p.r f'roim he s reat -ourc- of 'all. It proposed., it -cannot but reach .fiar in a ed
Sutterlv iynipo Itfii tt mnrcu'luce great raic-al of. the point fri4m ,hieh -testrt i. NOi
hansai, ,, ,,:.'i-i-r cxpeict orreccssat',' tv b great Or- ood ever was or .Will be executed"
Mie .s-eepinl ilninvaitho, wiliotit rcri ol' t1- but lIv hoping for and ...umg .at something'liiiit e aii -.h 'oiTO at i,: t til- ,'-'Preatlcr anid better.. A dininutive-contit.ctd _
c,,h at orwce, is 13to d-7he \oL. ,1-'- ., plan. hen killed up, confers butl Ittle4etie it
.nd ofiva .operates -Lrioulyia w ,
a --fl the fact that souletliing has.-been. t x
b,ll e appealmil to in proof of Jabo', ari injmiti-
location of. repose; while-a higher standard,
4. amore comprehensive system, would hi*'
,4 ;ciiedourj ormantenergies,- dr stainedd
S| "-tiem a n.prospect of a colsummnationi propo-.
S ti toned in its. uiseidness to oiir-ability aid
. ':torihy or four nature in .its enjqyAymentl. '.i
te pursuit of knowledge, Burke ]aissaid tht
, avhabr -we. --
p II i^h1z we iahe,4rr~wheuher'e-Je tL^
I ,Bgilnc. the chase-is certainlyl of .erivie."., -
$| :,.t- 1 -The object o' riite m a.educaoriiL l '-
9| ;BH [ld th-e (iciplinea.nd. JI'ilthui of'the
HId | ci'd, the cllariemetn .6Cfies poweSm,'aniI tho.
Ssturu it wit~i-Jiiowtedg." 'Tlhe fadutiis of
-ie pupil n mgtbe elicited,'roud,*anoddiroc~t-
w\'hait6ter may Jiethc creative power of
he mind,l|-if sfilla dvpendenageW.t neeas
I eamn-ust be spplied.with the, matLrialm
t Q6i eo.mbi natiton, l aght to a'-lyebjectia- -
| I'}t.'d.crifiinate With judgment, taste must be
a I located, rerioed-the treasures of-memory
-u m iust be classified and skilfully afranged,-
1 "-"l S l'rh is iso ordinaTV task.-l.It caiiinot'be .'c-
vtfioophiliihed by.a p.rtial-e6urse otuidy The 'kt:.-bh of a _few_t. xt books, however
, ... h:wel s.leecl-d-itakinig notes 'on .Ictresi
,,; L 4 $- ^u fqgh -sclendIfic.. and Valuable-to: btore up
: ^ j,^- '. .S ^~~-'%*.-..technicaliiies of philosophy] to be able to'
\t.Jerirnaay rmyc-Lujiqt ,i^pl^d~t^tlMi ihc stars by aie, wiln hot rtffice
ii *t,,, ) hecT -lie5 ,'tl rt m 'eiie 'ahl rT -f- I eS' e noble ends. It i a la e o ., t e l ae
their artituiiv. aoc associated Wiuliouirfspect world, that wlite-ver is above'the cbfmoa'm
O-tf.iir ;ge-in,-titutiofns long'- aproVed ate standardol value.s8hal be ol('d-tv- by
d _l u- .. -'. er --h- ,-+_.+, .. A-en" o n. .
.isplaci d by the sutbstimutes proved in rod- labious dihgence. Attenttan,-s ife,.
rtn %i-Lsdom--opinions wli.h'ia~ e been re- ar-,all aece.s.ry. ';he lhabi.t n ol
s-+ifad a turtst femi; 'i,w., .gniueaanrara,'are mSibe Ai..ed.an4 ,mcorpOKd'.arl.. 'a.a :.
Ix plodel4--.ait'_ ii -.em destrovcd-pepuo isiaught; identified in its legitnag t ae.wi&k'
rarity constitutirigno si'-ild o dcle nd them a ltthat is-1aned.. \ablhbnt litl ibstiiciai a .
rom attack and (oiei luw Theie. is. a cu- i' raDsient in its'imprussion, tudy a ri me-
iou.s prying revoiuliofpnV" piiit abroad ; adt chanii:&l operadoo, and the mind jtilfu, uief
,hatever may have ochall',-nged oir admira- tutors, an appreiktice, forever -doomn! -to"t
ion, or secured .ocsr stiite hitherto, must' norht, dependent on the master .Iyt for
LOW be siubjccted o t he ordeal of rigid scru- guidance. The iniellect'must -be t.wnl .
iny-hl secret reasons mustcorniji-th -- its own resources, or it-l
lhe mitririsic meritsrmust Vbe dis'cosed-and, 'fiom alt'honorable ailthxment. A. .y yt.sf.
f found wanting, must be swep off, to join -of fdicatiaAn -chuch piroposs to fits'susb48eta
he rubbish of legendary tor'e.;..-Aco.dinig to- Tor practical u9d0ul life, rulist dist'tn..-
he rule by which the judgmeiilt of tho orld "nise ithe fai't, that however its arrianmet" of
s now decided, reforlurs iT desig~n-rust ex- "motiVes and instrtik:tions may s.-laIe 8.
pect opposition, ere they can becoihereforni- enlighten, yet the. sclhlar must form a imu*e'lf
rs. in fact. -' : If residence in .i: Academy or' o'11 it1i-"
Under such circumnstancesi'caul ion-bb-- tles to literary- reputation,-. irrespective .,
;omt'n us. Every change isnot an' improve-; -merit and acquiitions-if, in the'im l df
nent. lfnde.-, a systenfthat- i -ailv. ro-. teach ing, no regard is to be Id.d'.fltfufre
ineous in sdmpronmien1iitpaiticu'laxSas.'dyet character' and itfluee, then the imaeiials
s permanent and- uniform, isf preferable to. a may be of a looser kind, and- mrn6rehStityi
series of changes;.- In the-6oie-.ease, experi- 'up; but the building unfit- for utility .oraa-
ence may teach 'is to counferact -the evil-- eint, is fated to mockery anA rtin: m .-' .
we know what it i_-hoi to" "tieutralize itt. a ae common plan of education, asa ol4ted
In the other, the evil, if not prt inent, (and in-the' country, is-es.entiaiy di erennt'rot-
if insidious, only the more tb be -dreaded,)- that which wo approve, and cohteplAep re-
opcrates for a while imseen, unisuspeitea, ur- _sudts, when compared to all the benefit, of a
til at last we are enlightened by th'e-6oiise- legitiigate.eftliei stsyslem, thit are at last but
quences ; and then, if forced upona nerw, a. substitution of names for tfiings. -The ery
untried plan, we may, most likely w-lI;:repeat best that can be sniad of itis, that itfi-'better
experiment only to renew our disappointment. thin nlone'. In almost every otherase, pel
These remarks are generally" tneo in -theii ctmiary surrender^ are made wit" hesitancy -
application, but especially so,'on the subject aid close calculation of -value received, bul t'..
of education. Innumerable difficulties en- in this thcro has been the most. impntoliden/"-
compass it, and whoever tmdertakes reform e xpenditure Jof money; if not" without : coni'
or enlargement, may confidently anticipate ,plaint, at least 'i'tiout-any equivalebta .s_'"*.
opposition. It is the doom of.every thing ,sideration. 11The-universalily of tho evil, lt,6
good. Discouragements will arise to-check' reepo.isihlity, -when thrown into,: cblmih.n \
the ardor of enterprise, illiberal opinions aiill stock,/wiih-ut a specific appropriaiiot6 each'
be entertained. predictions of failurewill be individual, seems to have diinisihe~d.he bWff-
made, chilling fears will be hinted of labbr dpn, -and .iade" endurance a virtu'. ;.W
lost, money squandered without pr6fit--ridi- does not kniow that ivlthe populal r-m ej
cule .will- shliootits arrows,, and -the whole feniale education there has been more t 3ile|
scheme willl be consigned, in imaigination, to than gold-more regard to impoin_ flja -
disappointment, and mortification, and-foiget- than substaniial beuelir. The P .1 ,
fulness. If there be in the scheme proposed ners, initiatiork iirto the my.tlt'
aught of novelty, any thing that savours of the arcana of the toilet, to teach i
extravagance-ill calculation, the changes will poetry -of motion, the fingers to
be rung, ujoxf that magic word "Utopian," dious numbers from the .well-tul"1
a sort of generic term for every thing. con- .ment, ihe owament of aname sign'tng^-
sideredchimerical and wild:. Two years ago tilng, the e-lat of hbaing finished ;ltuae.
the notion.of a Female College was laughed, at some .distingtiished semixiery1. .bheti" "
at as a Platonic idea-a-mere dream-an in- thle end and .im of too many parenta otf.

practicable fancy born in the reverie of some almost, all who have assumed- them a -
speculative mind, well meaning, perhaps, but imenit of youth. Education hilertQh.*i ot
.tterly ahead of sober sense and prudent wis- corresponded with the ctpapity -
dom' A Female-College! Anomalous, ab- her responsibilities, her relations i -11 =Wat
surd. A Town Academy,. wih it thirty or merits, or her influence-. Varioumrca .esdbf

forty pupils, was the" Ultinia Thule ;" all be-. operated to produce-this state of h .I... -_
-yond was fairy land'. So thought many.- It is a superficial age-hasty, en
And yet this building is monumental proof locomotive in spirit 'It apperasinr.
that the original projectors did not reckon venturous speculations of coa;mmn ft-
without their host-that they did not proceed -abandonment of therformer slow. proctWb-d6
upon an exaggerated estimate of the walts of accumulation-in the -wild achemee Of f
the people, or an unjust calculation.ofTheir that make haste to b.) rich, and Wi.t .
liberality. The very flattering auspices un- creasipg disposition parent ever wiliere.t
der which, as to number,-this institution has make a fair show of bhr.a.wterd 9")n
opened its'exercises,'is demonstration of ptuh- upon fictitious Cap lt. TUe woritf n b ".
lie feeling, and declares the senseof neces- ing under an impulse that scOcrn delsy; i i.
sity to have been general. The waits of*p cules' the sobriety of steady meoon, rW
ciety dem .and that the level of, intellectual' coniemtuouslk away from the actual adV -
culture shall be elevate'd---tha literary tcqui- tages.h.Targ-.mattfedafO.yweayih6. .
mitionis,,oaa mtrv.eten ive~scale than Ivp precipita1ly-ahea;_'b, _%i ip.'irlt.u '
been reimzuo, shioutld be-ut within there.ach 4 mieauriable. goo n. c --T
of tha'tp ence, silent' ina uiostentatious, yet. powerful That comes a lMtg it .a'y.L 9
and'immerise, ieUlls with an eroplasis upon tty, anO every-asI' ,wiani n.uaW
character and destiny too mighty to be suir- right dwarfises,ln' WsMpectof6 6mi
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., O r.I om il v i ipiiu'n i tl u t th % c itit ., ly
n or u't or ~ ih d m ut int is "-' ~ i t,., S._ t.ifl~ il't i~i I-,o .-, d ity it hi p u l.,ir- -
hill.. e -a %iimt of lice. a test- Iii,;.l iifaiuih,l rinl alone j to wage ar
lcI ,s ,., iini- 4"ih ur ns at t thie leesols ofl ex- ipoin police, y v liiiei re.-,istinee-is lthe signal -
pericnc,', a pa.-.,sio'n f'orili ,ori-s arnil e peri- I'i"o c.j, t ,4uiit from LIusiness. Besid-s, this
nicnts thai TIck,'ilp the Clilerti--:s of thi ,e p i pe hurriil iluper'ii a il course iliminislies labor.
in .false coufidencei pen-sumpluous rel-ai ce li i fir up un plants or flotioi, o(-t-vaporalt.s iliteni in I.iIk than It is to ol iginalte liein ; to he-ar suc-
dreams of ll phiiosophi ers 'stoue, that is to -.1 si.e hl-i..l., that liaye I.,7en ineinoriz,-d,
turn e-very clod into golild, r:cinI thie idecti:- a.lherii'r sitricily all the while Io tI,- text, than
ol' Cod, anl e-onirrilo "the world f'ronn tli it is to enter up.nm a lucid explication of prin-
o ;'se.of labor. Idlenes_. expects tI r.all thlie ciph .. .hot. in.' heir reason atnd their appli-
rewards t'f iihilustir', the poor man of to-day (,,iion. To other about an Academy theI
t -b lho f ich inian of ro-morrow, and IortuntI.- eC( lit of, a name, no matter for what, so it
i;m to pWqAoui-crops, gather our harvests, pre- hrptinght scholars, lhas been considered al at- I
prre,.our l od. weave our apparel, anil m:net '.thnu,iiul amd l-a Ilessing. This could be ac-
all our .exnei-kurcs, wvhtl e we -it "- ni ol,. ip, 'i.;phlih tie mire readily by conforming
"w j c, itl'.(," hb n'ing incese to oiur skill, to il,.' ri' niiim custhoi, tlinn ,by an indepein-
t neiiting hijzzas to th(- in'irch of mind.- Ilji",', a.l diterst modle; Popularity has been
n mu-st be anii'hilatd-il, mountains Ilug ih- price' of (-Errr. aid des.-:rton the reward
viillies filled up in tI: flali olft.lhotiiht, of01 truth amiId f1ituilliin'ess.
Ny veors nmust.-hi.' crowd..d hito oIo. an1 d [T, h [ 'v b ',,rlid.d]
niuman of ihis gcn lrration rust Imave -- -- ...
Slimore, enjoy more, than tIh patri- .1lcli','i',,n ,f /Idqilce.-I ntllicine hav-
Ar e pasti and iall 1by tie potent tails- in, biimn recci\.-d at the War Department at
1111 "i rlie age-which realizes every iing it \V;ishimon, that ceriin pe-rsons in this city
i"agiu,9- aod imat.ics whatev er it pleasI,- hail Iorintdii an association for the purpose of
SThe same' sptTirt pi'evails as to literature taking a ilnmbi-r of Indians of the Sac and
intl science. It pervades all departminils of '-ox tril,,-s to. EnglanLd, to exhibit them for
lca-rnug,f'roni.the schpol-hoiuse to tl1ie wiiver- inrty., ihi: Pri idenri '" as the guardian ofl
sitV. The course of education _mui_.-J' brief tile rl m.nin," has I'elt eound to inmerpose aid
;a'dl rapid. The opinion seems to be enter- pr,,(et:. tlteiin froni tlhe degradation. In the
..irid that patient study, diligen.t li .jorioun, officiall coiiunnuication tf r ,'e ecretar.' of
ap-,4ifini n, would Suiler the woril 1 I get Ia War to hI- S,: cr,.tary ol'f t.- Treasurv, he says
ccimir ,r Ihau, o fe thie rising il raiti. As ihi m.-.-urIs alopt.d to preenlit their
and i,-. 2 -, Ifora ken of the c agca crowd, being rm-,iiidil from ithe Iniian country may
to r'l alhl'n '",.kn 's' and in w-ant Fve- prove fruiiless when opposed -o tihe love of
'v tp mnut .f ,.'r ,'u I ,," i-L ii.t.. ii. ndvoinuiire i.,1 the Indians and tihe cupiditylv of
vft l<. m id/ua.,7 .rl. iillst talk of books stpculalr., I have to reqiu..,t ith i the col-
elr.nlarly, ay though h.. had, ben born and vl_ itors of iI:. |pirfs ol'-Nt:-W Orleans anid Mo)-
'r..-''(.it-il h-.h the cours, e l hin _.. lui- nt i i l-- i .iricitd to I) inl'orin the di-striet
vil 1.11r cours of> <, ict alln attimpt I- mnadl- to euimbark
tO.spirit of the times, and are cO:lilT.t %% h hhise ,ii, iait, aw .Either otf tIhese portu. in ,r-!
tlhei'TiaiiK- in.h- ad o l'ht.h -tib fnnfa ie ot a ,:,lu- a. r tihai d ,,.i t r 1,1g.l m-easur's iay l -. aketi
cation. The, ill-aldtic-d polIty o'l lh ctt.. iiuJ', i r,;,. h.,r ilh, i *in 0,.ir hltonis in'the W est,
upon this sihj'.-ct, operates disastrously :po" and to piminih oiw -i't-in'i- -.
the hltole,circle of 'emiale: lii:-raiure. Th- ~- -.....
ifeirior standard of atllainineuit l liich ha- '
heen seit Sup, has broilught dm ni c.,i-.alion il ..
the estim'jlion of ithe people gim-rall.' I,) -'
correpomiding level- Th,..rt |-ilitiaiot orl' sch,-
larship'lias Wen acquired I.,y a' cOurel- of i;- 1
strirMtion too hnriied to give it a sul.s-taiiil .,
value. 5The tempiatioit ib. iltus preseilted ti
the y6truangto content themni-ehes wiih knowu- _
ledge to) superficial I'or actual life. simply I;ii
Because prev-ailine seatnieni and per-ni,:-i,, ti t -
doctrhine seowue cutrreucy to th.? p*,-.sS.c-. -- r-
i\ay person i of limited i.eans, unable to,),h
ni.couilr- |' the charges oJf instruction tbr a. .
seriess ot"yea'r", aii. yet anxion-4 that theirj -
children should -be eduicatdil, made compeienf I!
to compete, v jh their fellow, resolve ibw t *."
they shall-at. t1ea-st pass oC.-r everything wh-t -
mn a period too brief to lek.rnL more tham a ; .
fratieon of life allotted lask'. The v-nily Oi' 01
t he parental heart i. tlattcr,-d-"y -th.-se'emimg"i- Vj
atlainntents of tihe child, so di'.proportionned, to -
its age, the precocious d,e-lopemennt 6of mind 1 ;
Ihe rapid tral through text books, and de-t& .
light with ibe approximiation of the ti-me,
when -Ae expenses of board and tuition sha.. .J
cease,'and the youthful disciple of learnm'g -.
launch into sorietv : no inquiry i- nmade-intof '
the nature apd extentuv'or the preparation for '
tihe di'lies that ensue. When th6 iime has' -
come, in the prevailing t'ashion-of the coun- .----------.'..
try, when it should be said that the young. One, iL, taUle of Itbe late Dir. Pearc,
lady-'ha-s "futished- her education," the oquali-', Dean of Ely, just as the cloth was removiag-
-fticns-tlsnecessary to justify her withdrawal the _subjtj oI' discottrse happened to be that
frol' the place of instruction are prestuned, ofab. extraordinary mortality among thi law-
and education ceases. The real signification yers. "We have lost," said a gentleman,
o' Tho c'rent'phrass, h( r education is finish- -I"nt less -than 'six e.minent barristers in as
ed, if inierpteted aright, is simply, that she many nionths." 'TheO Dean, who was very-
hias Oi't gOing to sc/)ool. In the exagge-rated deal'. rose as his friend, -liisbed his remark,
jiidgiaeni 'o' partial friends, it is thought -a and gave the company grae:,-Vor this and
fair conclusion, considering the bills ol'-mo- every'Loer /,."i riheLord's name bepi'aised.
hy pfid, and the lime o 1onsined, and the ca- -The-effeoi-vas irresistible. --
pacity.of thie, child .withal,-thal the amount of '1 .) -- '. .
I'artiing-should coi-espcmd it value an Cx- A vulgar man, is captious andjealo'us-; ea-'
efnt... And so perhaps it might, if there had ger-andimpetuoeosabouttrfles. He suspects
-i a proper adjustiient -and proportion of himns -' lf to be slighted, thinks everything that
timefand sttdeiKiu? bur, on this v-ercharged is said meant -at -him; if the company hap-
systont',where quality anid- not kinl islie i pens.tolaugh- he"is persuaded they laugh at
sdetralmn,no wond'-nr nofd be-felt if the him. m gow'agrya* Aud testy, says some-
atriei .nimn-.ouL to be of a quality so frail 'thihg er- inpertiiient and draws himself in-
and unfit 'lor se as. in the Lssue, to tiid its .'.to a. ;scrape,^by showin t what he calls
hiHe6.-witbh4le rubbish of the world. In the a proer spirit, an:a.sseriting himself.F -
haw 476f literature and science, 1 protest .- .\ : pe
.against the -principle of measuriii- education T"le F.. A. Hutinf-Yu general pick
.y do-a.'r and cnts. The question is not tip this m-rctni i .al scamp at a watering place;
wha't ieostts; but what is it wonli.! \\Nho can and wheun introduced-to-hiinrby-some green
oilnt'ee '-te unu t Its accomplishments are master of'.the' ceremoies atthe race-ball or
so .plendrd. its advantages so nauiild, that Ilthe asnemiblyroo'ins, you arein ecstasies with
it i.s,prpoanatioB to- depreciate it by coiupari- his good rmtor;,- his~fashionable air, ,and
son"wjirh gold and silver. Beanty fades into sprightly talk. What a flattering desire does
delbrn-tty ; strength degenerates -into weak- he not e-vince to conciliate your good opinion!
tess; fnie is- fickle as the veering wiuds ; iHow-handsomely'he gives in to" your preju-
forruntie -. a bird of passage: and, like the dices,.and listens to 'the oracular words of
sarnriy petrel, rests not-heahth, sight, hear- wisdom' that-are constantly dropping from
ing, friends, all fiil- but knowledge abideth, yourlipsr.k Then his wit, how easy and fer-
and well nigi -dceies the flnctuations of this "tile it ij, and free-from spleen and malice!-
troublous world. A title to- influence 'with -Then, his hospitality! Can any thing be
those-*ho' know us vveU, a recommendation more"-cordial than the manner in which he
to those -who kuow: us n:ii, an employment invitess your to his-eastle with a hard name, in
when' w are vigorotin, and a solace when we -som-e remoe 'district of the kingdom! Your
are weaxrv;. an independence in poverty. and' ,eldest' daughter) to .whom the bulk of your
distinction in wealth.; an ornament in youth, -property descends at your death, speaks of
-r~'a unrce in age; who would despoil it of its .him ia the highest terms, and so does your
claim,'.and reduce it to the grade of au ordi- wife,-to say nothing of your servants, who are
.".ary, interest? Shall we talk of expense in one' nd all devoted to his interests. Is it
'.the attainnment of a good like this ? Hoard possible, no matter how close-fisted you may
our treasures for ignoble enda. orjavlsh them be i your coutnting-house, that you, having a
upni.- the ridiculous fripperies~of a \'itiated strong penchant for high life, can refuse a
taae? But, miserable 'olly Look over the gentleman of whom all-parties-entertain so ,
countryy, survey its domestic a rrangemerH, and favorablen an opinion, and -who tells you, too, .
say whether .expenses are actually dimninish- that he iseon-the.mgst irttfio-'.e- terms with
ed by the withdra\ al of pupils I'rom our re- half the aristocracy of.the realm--is it possi-
" 7ae Ph.s.iwutiona. Many persons w'ho are too. ble, I; ask, that you' can refuse so enviable an

poor to educate th-ir children as their true in- acquaintance the small -trifle of fifty pounds,
. dtefen'l the parent's duty demand, squander to be punctually repaid when, 'his lazy stew-
en In blind and. mischievous devotion to ard remits his usual rents ?t Assuredly not;
.unr.asonabLe clsitoms, not onldto secure all and accordingly you give -him a 'check on
ihbq4,vssings forfeited, but to-extend them to yOur- banker, afoer having nearly killed your--
S*lo who. ow are outcasts from every edu- self with laughing at one of his droll post-'
.ca-V al prIrlege. The plea of exthausted prandial stories of "that capital fellow, Lord
meoh, by which knowledge is arrested. Tom;" aind a day or twQ afterward you find,
ruO'i.4 nothing l1Ms than that, if any more is to- your astonishlment,-,that your datrghter is
ex pBed on Iiis interest, some useless orna- missing from your'ibmakfast table! Youi-ing
me.oe mere taste must be foregone ; the agai-'aad down comes Betty in tears, and as
'ii'ee:of fei-snie enjoyment must be contract- pale as a parsnip-your wife being in a swoon
ed: som.e.. altar of I'ashioo must be left with- tp stairs-and hands you an opefi note, which
"ci4 incense; and 'he whole household, per- she found lying on Miss Leonora's-dressing-
,,hp, .vhpout a representative in the temple table, and- which informs her disconsolate pa-
-of the great 'D)iana. It is thus that schools rents that, not'ishing togive them offence,
.pre-icantily supported, children lhialf taught, but at the same limnie e-ntertaining' strong.
'"%o]ledge.dpomned to a bounded sphere, and co&liction of th duty wict! she ow. to her-<
,..the ueans of the country appropriated to 'ol- self, she has.set off at day-break for Gretna
lies, diversious, and entertainments, that min- .Green with Captain Theodore Augustus Fitz
., istd .t0" irt.e, and that pamper a thousand -Eustace! This ineliprignce puts- you quite
Svic.s: S beside yourself with iage. Youtealthe note -
.' The operation of the causes to which we.sto atoms, fling vyour wig behindtthe fire, swaf-
.jyi Fe'.ferred,,hae foumd but toou, chcoun- low your tea so scalding hot that y3u, are
.ef.ppe from !Iase whd har' ed the *within an ace of suffocation, afid having thus
.jTPi"bitltip-of teachers. '1' gtrba-child given vent to the s.ensi-ittiis which the loss
,' 'ja^pida" has been 'Conshiae a po ji- o fifty pounds seldom faHts to engender in an
,,,,jtel .reeommerdatiqn instrucler. Repu-. aflectioniite bosom, you sit quietly down and' I
.,,, j. Ihan ben made dependent upon this art. console yourelf-'with the rell'ctien, so sooth-
..Adow pain3-taling sXstem is considered a ingto yo-'ur vanity, that you saw through the
f ohe.dark ages,,a sure -indicafion of in- rascal:froih the first, but thought it the best i
compete-rcy. It reqitires rare courage and way to take no notice until you had got proof
independence to set one's self in opposition positive against him !

Qliiney, Florida, Frtitlay, Noitnibe r lI, .l.i9.

W-e present to the public to-day, the first
number of "T"lE QU iNC" SENTiNEL."
In enitcering upontt lie arduous duties of our
n.w enterprise, we think it prui.lent to re-
frain from large and numerous ptornii-,es
'or during our limited observation, we have
orfen found it much easier to promise than to
When we relinquished the "Florida Watch-
mian," we had not the remotest thought of
resuming so soon the editorial chair.' Not
that- we had any serious objection to an edi-
tor's life, bu bc-cause circuin.tancc.s setmied
to utirge us fronm that honorable and re'sponisi-
ble post. Various considerations, howevEr.
have conduced to bring us again into the edi-
torial fraternity, and we once more throw out
our sheet for public inspection and public pa-
It is most certainly our intention, as it will
be our greatest pride, to make "THE SENTI-
NEI.," an object of affection and respect.
We have not entered upon our duties, with
an eye single to pecuniary enmolument. It
is true that an editor, like other people, must
be fed and clothed ; and if he is a man of
ltase, he likes the hesi the land afiolrds ; but
we would not for a momer contend for the
support of an unworthy object, because char-
ityv could be more judiciously bestowed. \We
.shall endeavour by industry and zealto make
the Sentinel deserving of public favor. If' we
succeed, w- shall expect public support ; il'
M. fail, we will attribute our failure to a want
of ability on our paut, to answer public- x-

Ithit ,:- have ih, prniusie' of sevcr ml literary
i>e;i, to contribute occasionally to our col-
aiimis; and wce would respectfully invite
communications on all subjects calculated to
iilt:rest the public, or advance its welfare.
With our best wishes for the success of the
Sentinel and its patrons, we bid them good-
bye for the present.

The following persons are authorized to
actL as our agents, and will oblige us by do-
ing so:
Tallahlmssfc-JAMwS T. AncH ER, Esq.
Mtircosukit-Mr. LINGO, P. NM.
Montict1-cllo-D. WVILLIAMS, Esq.
St. M arks-Rev. W. H. NIATHERs.
7Miiaral Sprifgs-Col. WEBn, P. M.
Jark.,onvillh-Dr. WVHnITE,
Apalael/colae-A. K. ALLISON, E.sq.
ber't'anna-ALLCN Busmm, Esq.
,St. Josfphs-ll. F. SIMMONs, Esq.

Our editorial brethren who did us the kind-
ness to publish our Prospectus, will please. re-
ceive our thanks : and, should they ever wish
a similar favor, it will be cheerfully recipro-

Owing to a press of business, and the ne-
cessity of certain improvements in our office,
as well as to give time for our friends to send
in their names aml lists of subscribers, we
have concluded to issue no paper next we(k.
After nexl week, however, our patrons may
expect the appearance of die "' Sentinel" eve-
ry Friday morning. \Ve hope those who wish
Sto'suhscribe will do so, so as lo commence if

possible with the first numnbe.

IW\e have doulnless sent the first number of
our some who haic not authorised

A few words upon the charact,-r of the I us to do so; niii perhaps some who have re-
Sentini.l. quested, may fail to g(t it. If any have re-
, We are aware, and so are all reflecting ceived our paper who do not wish to become

:pc:,ple?, that a journal in our new country, tf
i,: u.staiued, innst be more or Icss miscella
tneous in its character. A periodical devotee
.cluisively to Religion, Literature, Agricul-
-ture, the Arts and Sciences. Commerce, or
everl Politics, would, in this latitude, languish
lfr support. It is ther.eflore necessary,-to a
certain extent, to comprise all ths.c imnipor-
tant topics in our. newspaper enterprisese.
-But whilst the .Sentinel will give a digest
of'all the important new's of the day, it wil:
partake, as far as the ability and resources o"
its editor will permit, more largely of a Iit-
rary complexion than most of the newspa.
pers of the day. Agriculture and Interna'
Improvements will also find ir the Sentinel a
warm and zealous advocate. In shot. every
cause, every measure, involving the interest
and honor of Florida, the happiness of the ri-
shig generation, and the,-gneral diffusion of
wholesome kniwledg", vill fdin it warm,
if not a a)ale advocate, : .
We have cast our lot in Quiay and Iden-
tiled ourselves with -thae interests and for-
tunes of Gadslen county; a county which ha*
'eVeT STI~tahied afaigha yhTipn^alionaiBajirtt
abroad, fior its, moral, intellectual and Agri-
cultural -resources,. and .which gave our de-
ceased friend, -'-the- Watchniian," a liberal
support'.:.But whilst ur abilities, (such as
,thley are,)-are nmdst cheerfidly-pledged to the
.zealous: advocay of' her ,i-terests, we shall
not forget other portions of the Territory over
whi6h .are- scattered many valued friends,
whose support in bye-goIne days, will every
form a pleasing record -ion our memory.
It i csnnim esisa-y to -say, thatwhatever we
-,an do., by 'ecommending and- advocating
great agricultural, commercial and literary
enterprises, calculated to-benefit the whole
Territory,we' shall iost cheerfully do. Dur-
ing the next 'five years much' may be done,
much must be drone for Florida. The minds
of the people must be led away from the
puerilities of personal controversies, to those
great and important -questions, upon which
hinge our permanent honor and happiness.
The public mind must be aroused into lively
action upon the'subject of internal improve-
ments, domestic and public education. Coach
roads and rail roads must be constructed :-
those beautiful streams that pierce our bor-
ders at almost every point, must be cleared
out and rendered navigable; and on their
banks, or in their vicinity, must rise up
schools and colleges, which shall send
forth their moral and fructifying
throughout all the land. "
SWe confess, that when we contemplate-our
counmtry,-its vast agricultural and commer-
cial' resources-its flowing rivers and-placid
lakes, its flowery fields, and stately forests,
its soft winds ana beautiful skies; and, above
all-the moral and religious influence'which
beautifies and hallows the whole, we are
thrilled with the brightness of our prospects.
Butalas we recollect, that one cloud yet
lingers upon ouri sky; one difficulty hangs
like an incubus upon our energies. This fa-
tal, hopeless war is yet uinclosed, and blights
our prospects like Pharali's seven years of
famine. But we will hope that there will be
an end even to :this scourge ere long ;-and
then, unfettered, and sistrmug wit~he energy
an&d enthusiasm of vigorous youth:, will go
fortb-to; the consummation-of our plans and
our hopes.
The situation, we have chosen aour fu-
ture home and the home of the Sentinel,. (our
particular friend),is well-calculated'-, w. think,
to give success to. our plans. The facilities
for gaining and diseminating intelligence, we
believe, are greater than 'at any other place
in the Territory. The Northern, W_.tern,
and. Southern mails:, arrive and.. leav"here
three times. a -week; by which means, our
friends in Lbn and Decatur, will be able to
get'th.e "paper on thie same day it is issued,.
and those West on the following morning.
But we must close this article by saying

sulbscribers, we hope they will not hesitate to
return it through the Post Office. If' an:
Should fail to get it I ho have subscribed, they)
will inlormi us as early as possiblle, and they
shall be supplied.

.Post Matc rs will do uits a favor by inform-
ing itus promptly of such as do not take the
S ltinel out of their offices, as we do not
wish to send to any but those who wish it.
Those who may wi.-li to advertise in the
Seitin el will please forward their advertise-
mnients as early as Thursday morning.

M qslcriouvs.-On Friday last, a man named
John B. M'Cullough, arrived at Maj. Nathans'
-lotel, in this place, in. the Tallahassee stage,
on his way to the-west; and, owing to indis-
position, stopped until the next 'stage. On
Sunday morning he was heard to leave the
house- about day-light, since w-hich he has not
been' heard from. He .was once a 'pilot on
the Apalachicola river. He left a coat and
his trunk behind. Several of our citizens
have made search for him, but no intelligence
.ban been received icnceTiidlig lhui. i.olne
apprehensions are entertained for his safety.

A Request.-It is always interesting to
those at a distance to know what we are do-
ing in this land of Indians and flowers (what
an association!) -We hope, therefore, that all
interesting local news, respecting crops, acci-
dents, deaths, marriages, &c., will be sent us
by our friends.

Owing to the limited number of.our ex-
change papers, we have not been able to give
as great variety this week as we hove to do
hereafter. We have made arrangements for
the regular receipt of all the popular periodi-
cals of the day, and shall hereafter be able to
give a greater variety. Our editorial columns
also were filled up this week under many dis-
advantages. We shall, bye-and-bye, get our
establishment in good order, when we hope
to be able to please ourselves and patrons
Quincy Academy.-By reference to our
advertising columns, it will be seen that the
examination of the pupils under Mr. and Mrs.
Edmonds, will commence on the eighteenth
inst. We need not urge the attendance of
the public upon an occasion of so much in-
terest. The high character of the Institution
will doubtless be a sufficient guarantee of a

New Road to lola.-We acknowledge our
indebtedness to our friend who signs himself
"Gadsden," for the suggestions contained in
his communication.
SWe have been told by those who are inti-
mately acquainted with the country, that the
most practicable and least expensive route
will lead by Quincy, We are aware -that a
more direct one might be opened by passing
through an uninhabited country, over marshes
and morasses ; but, under such circumstances,
nothing like certainty or safety of expedition
can be realized. '.
The advantages to both places, of a dirt
thoroughfare from Quincy to lola, are obvious.
It would greatly enhance the activity of bu-
siness in both towns, and facilitate greatly
our agricultural and commercial operations.
In business aid population, our town is rapid-
ly increasing. Stages leave here for the
South, West, and North, several times a week,
and we doubt nbt it will soon be a more gen-
"eral resort for those who seek health, or the
literary advantages which, we presume,
Quincy will always afford. We hope, there-
fore, that our citizens will soon see this com-
munication opened to lola ; 'and w.e are happy
to-learn that Capt. Guion is favorable to'this
Let this road be opened at once, tnd we
predict that, in a few years, it will be follow-.
ed by a rKroad.

_~L ~lp_~l

acquirements-instead of exerting, as- they
should, a mighty influence by their own intel-
lectual endowments and resources; instead
of radiating the bright and beautifidul images
of a well-disciplined mind; instead of think-
ing, speaking, and acting', under well directed
impulses, they are too often the mere objects
of an idle gaze, and reflect but a feeble and
-borrowed light. But we are wandering from
our object, and discussing the merits of many,
instead of confining our remarks to one insti-
tution, and the address, as we first intended.
Hereafter we may dwell more largely on this
subject, but at present we must only speak of
the Georgia Female College.
This institution we visited last summer,
and were highly gratified with every thing
connected with its management.
The edifice is of brick-spacious and airy
---of great architectural beauty, pleasantly
and healthfully located, and commanding an
extensive and interesting view of the sur-
rounding country. It is supplied with' water
from a fine spruin, and every thing about the
premises bespek-s health and comfort. In
addition to the chapel, dining hall, &c., there
are about 70 private apartments, which are

A. Godey in its editorial management, on the
first of January next. We look upon Mrs. Z4
Sigourney as the most talented lady of the 'I'
age, in this or any other country. Her pen -
is ever at work, and that too, in the noble, "
cause of female intelligence, virtue, and re-
finement. She clothes with floral beauty and
loveliness every theme she IOuches, ant "
touches every theme involving human inte-
rests, and human affections. To her untiring
exertions American literature is indebted for-
some of its most valuablentritutions, and her
association with any periodica, must h a "
sure guarantee of its success. We shall
look for the Lady's Book with increased -
terest hereafter. : ; -.:" i
"7 wNei-NYor er,"-This's titleo0
the best weekly Journal in theVi"d d St. gft.E
-that is, in our hu)"bl 'O aioa. It ft r
lished in -flio and quarto lbform, the latter
prisipng sixteen pages, including. one Vsgvo "
music,'eve'ry week: The folie cditioiss thee
dollars per year, in advAnce ; the quarto, four.



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Rn'. Liviv'A Pu ree.-T'his able anl worthy
divinpreached si'-veral days in thlii.; place
durinte past week, to large and attentive
audiences. On Saturday night he delivered
an address on Education, particularly Female
Education, which was replete with good sug-
gestions and sound reasoning. He gave a
most cheering account of the Georgia Female
College, and enumerated many of the evils
which had grown up under some of the popu-
lar systems of education of the day, which
this institution was likely to avoid and correct.
We had intended to give a synopsis of his ad-
dress, but have not room. Mr. Pierce.left for
Tallahassee on Wednesday last, where he
will doubtless meet with many friends to the
cause he advocates. We wish him success.
WVeather, health, tic.-The weather for
the last few days has been unusually cold for
this season. Vegetation so long green and
flourishing, has at length been withered by
severe frosts. During, the month of October
we experienced nearly all the heat of mid-
summer, which, added to the excessive
drought. produced in some parts of this coun-
ty, more or less sickness ; which, however,
rarely proved fatal. But whilst other por-
tions of the country have been somewhat af-
flicted, the people of our town have reason to
congratulate themselves for the almost unin-
terrupted health which Heaven has vouch-
safed to them.
By-the-by, we were gratified to notice a
suggestion in several of the Florida papers,
that it would be well for the Governor to ap-
point a day of public thanksgiving to Almigh-
ty God, for his manifold mercies during this
year, in preserving us from the pestilence
that walketh in darkness, and the destruction
that wasteth at noon-day, as also for the spir-
itual blessings He has so mercifully showered
upon many portions of our land.
We sincerely hope the Executive will pro-
claim such a day, and that it will be rigidly
observed by a grateful people.
We have been truly gratified with the reli-
gious feeling which has overspread a large
portion of Middle Florida during the present
year. A general revival of religion has pass-
ed over the country, causing many to turn
from sin to righteousness, and gathering many
into the fold of Christ. The number that has
been added to the different churches, cannot
be less than two thousand; among whom are
many of our most respectable and influential
citizens. This is as it should be. Without
a pervading, predominating moral and reli-
gious influence, to chain and control the an-
gry passions that lurk in the human heart---
to restrain, harmonize, and beautify society,
the that ever basked in the full
glory of heaven, would be a dreary, howling
- waste. Thank God, morility- and religih
have yet an. overwhelming ascendancy in our
beautiful land-let it ever be so, andpeace
and plenty will mark or history.

Education.-We wbuld recommend to tie
perusal oT our friends, thie very able and elo-
quent address of the Rev. George F. Pierce,
President of the Georgia, Female College, the
publication of which we commence to-day on
our first page. The views therein set forth,
we think, must meet with the :cordial approval
of those who have given much thought to this
momentous subject.
That the systems of Female Education,
pursued by most of the popular boarding-
schools of the country, are radically defect-
ive, we have long since6been fully-conviucedi
A young lady, at an early age, is sent far from
the parental roof, to receivean accomplished
and polite education. .After the lapse' of a few
years, and the expenditure of a few thousands,
she is deemed qualified to enter into society-
no thought is bestowed about her qualifica-
tions for entering into a discharge of the prac-
tical, rational, and important duties of life--
and she receives an honorable discharge from
her books. She passes for an accomplished
young lady. She can read a novel; con-
verse five minutes upon the merits of its au-
thor; play a dozen tunes upon "the piano and
guitar, and murder a few.sentences of French.
But she has been to popular boarding-school,
and is "accomplished," and that's sufficient.
Her course of study, even in those branches,
usually termed ornamental, .has been .but su-
perficial, *hilst the su!lmtantial ones have been
quite overlooked. -,-. < ..... '..
It is a notorious f!ct, however discredita-
ble to the age and country in which we live,
that in many of the moat popular and expen-
sive Female Institutions of the day, young
ladies are schooled, rather to act in society,
than to act upon society, by their own mental

ing group.
The faculty is 'composedf- nifrdMi&tMily-
calculated to fill with fidelity their important
post, and the utmost affection and harmony
seemed to pervade every department.
Although, by public consent, the institution
is placed under the guardianship of the Geor-
gia Conference, yet ten out of the twenty-two
trustees are appointed by the people, so that-
the institution cannot be considered sectarian.
In fact, some of its most able and warm ad-
vocates are found in different religious de-
In the establishment of the College, it was
thought best, in order to keep up a correct
tone of moral feeling both in the faculty and.
among the students, to place it under the su-
pervision of -the Methodist Church, without,
however, excluding from the board others, of
different tenets-in fact, two of the Professors
are members of other denominations. Under
these liberal and expansive views, the insti-
tution has flouriased beyond the most sanguine ,
expectations of its warmest advocates. '
We have been constrained to say thus much
in behalf of this College, by the lively inter-
est we feel in every thing pertaining to the '.'-
interests of the rising generation, and in the b
success of Female Education ait the South,
We believe that the "' Georgia Female Col-
lege" is destined to effect a mighty and glo-
rious change in the hopes and prospects of
Ihe Female world ; thai it will awaken a new
era in the South, and shed out a light that
shall shine with increased lustre upon every
succeeding age.
It has, and all connected with it, our most
cordial well wishes.
But we must close these hasty remarks, by
again referring our readers to-the address.-
It will be concluded in our ne4 -

Literary Project.-It will be seen, by re-.
ference to our advertising columns, that it is
proposed to establish a Southern Ladies'
Book," .to be published in Macor, Georgia
and edited by ihe Rev. George F. Pierce and
P. C. Pendleton, Esq., editor of ithe Southern
Post. Of the latter gentleman we have no
personal k owldgei,.excep;thlroug his pa-
per, which we.- fort i e" -
our ., but t
with that this d
named ge&&m a -.ihavt f i t -
sureof an apol tica onors a -

thaoe orem open1.t-i t y ".Got iaFode"s. ....'
lethge,, (a en; -a9d wnoin -ni. ad

n oe f of o s qucaipoane iwe Ar -pea io
say! is morbe gtie .i reiitai.
unb emished oo e and
he i s a ripeacholoUd. 4 e.i'
intellect which
alt1 u .,b4 d 1V ir c,. W ui .ue_.' -Ne
when W6-say r tat sucrspe.ct o
in alling into suco: -
hae4 said thus much.' w
knowthat it willme l fai
fror all but himne "se"
&nd now aboet
one, and we pred
a utu imandlibel s. _r
thaseveral literary undeLtae y
at theouth,but this circumsM l h B no
appal us, nor deter us from further-triAt-%rVi
are surprfized that this-pitjbctwas not MO-M.'
suggested; and-carried iWto effectv'4, t is a vt
stigma upon the South, and justly so, atat such:
enterprises are :lost sight of in the rage for
politics and political honors. We aom happy :
that one more opportunity is afforded:us of
redeeming our chacier in this matter. Of
the importance, (and we had well nigh said
necessity,) of such a periodical, no one can
for a moment doubt. That there is litj
talent enough, no one can question-_-ind4ed
there is already a good number, as- will b+
seen by reference to the Prospectus, of liter.-.
ry and scientific men, who have generously
volunteered their services in this noble enter-
prize.; In view, then, of our wants, our cha-
raster, and our resources, we cannot belipre
that such an enterprise .will fail to meet -'ith
public approbation and-supp!ort. At any rate, S,
'we shidl" be mInortified and inistakmel2:.tL "'-"
the Ladies of fair land do not, with ihl -
usual libefiality,-s'how their attachment to 1 .' +
cause of Southerih Litrr, by sudrb ;"
promptly -o the "southern ladies' -Book."

PemhndiCaL..-.,We are indebted to "the pub-. -
lisher for the November Number of the .La- +
dy's Book, and most cheerfully comply with ,-
his request, to state "that Mrs. Sigoern'ey
will be a!soeiated with Mrs. Hale and- Louis.

large and comfortable, and kept in the neatest
manner. We noticed particularly the healthy
appearance of the young ladies, and when
assembled together in the chapel at prayers,
they presented a most beautiful and interest-

~2hfr.*:'~~< --
-'-'..,~ ~.

its political, literary, scientific, and poetic
panmcents, are ably conducted ; and the ir
pendencE and good taste that has ever mat
its course entitles it to universal esteem
respect. not linked to any political
ty, but contains a faithful record of all im
tant political events. It is a paper, in sl
that we can confidently recommend to
friends at the South as eminently worth,
theiM patronage ; and should any in this c
munity wilsh Ito give it their support, we
gladly forward their names to its worthyed

Col o. Jo.M. WTite.-We observe, ,
sincere sorrow, that the death of our late I
gate and distinguished fellow-citizen, isL
firmed. When we last saw Col. White, wl
was in Septemberlast, he was in fine he:
We little thought the painful task would
soon devolvre upon us, of recording his d
We copy the following announcement of
event from the ISt. Louis Evening Gazett
the 12th ult. .
"Death of 0i9o. Col. Joseph XI Whit
It is with no ordinary sensations that w<
cord, at a- late moment of the morning,
death of the-. Hon. Joseph M. White. -'
melancholy event took place in this city
*, .tween the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock
S morning, at the house of his 'brother, Di
J. W hite.>- .-- : "+ ..... "
Col. Whte had been folbr some time la
ing under a fever, which had assumed a
festive type of deep malignity, that ref
lto yield to the application of medicine,
baffled the skill of his nme-eiJiatidanla
It is needless, even if there were tim
dwell upon the distinguished character
worth of 3h deceased. As a lawyer-
markabx for the perseverance and profo
ness of his researches; as an orator, emi
for the force, elegance and dignity of his
dress; as a,public man, distinguished fo
S unwearied and patriotic exertions in the
S vice of his constituents and the country
S requires no eulogy at our hands.
We witnessed the death-bed ,scene.
watched the ebbing breath, a&s pulse
pulse became fainter in that manly frame
noble form. We witnessed the deep si
gles of an affectionate wife, absorbed 'ir
devotions to a dying.husband. But we
intrude no farther upon the sanctity ofpr:
grief, or depict the deep anguish of a h
laboring under the .crushing weight of it
fictions. -
We presume that the funeral or the dei
ed will take place to-morrow. Of court
will .be honored by some worthy demon
tion.s of respect.' -- "

- efSe -

- brethr6in, i dif'eiWhtt paf Vkftoumtry, have
p kindly for-warded us their papers in advance,
f6r which they will please accept our most
grateful acknowledgments.

Our good friend of the Key West Flori-
dia:r" is guilty of a misnomer. From time"
"immemorable, we have answered to the home-
ly but responsible appellation of "Joshua"-
not,." Joseph." But after all--" What's in a

We would respectfully request those of the
editorial corps who receive our paper to for-
waitumsfheirs in exchange. If we think theirs
worth more than -ours, we will pay the differ-
ence on demand. All cases of doubt will be
referred for decision to the editorial conven-
lion, which we hope will assemble in New-
York or Philadelphia, early next fall.

._"te from Eurepe.-The I.i'.auil brought
m -New York papers of the'It" inst. which
notice the arrival of the Great Western.
This .arrival was looked for with intense in-
terest in this country5 as -it was confidently
expected by many, that it would bring intel-
ligenc' of the suspension of specie payments
by the Bankof England-. -We-are happy to
find that.these gloomy anticipations have not
beenr-.realised, nor is it very probable that
they will be, though such an event may oc-
cur, owing to the continued drain ofspecie
for the purchase of Foreign grains. The
crops in France, it is expected wil be equal
w'the consumption.- -
S The cotton market had not improved,
though we are glad to find that it was no
.worse. '- .
-"The money market is rather easier, and
Mr. Jaudon hlis -negocigted a loan, for the
ilnit d Stales -Bank, with the Bank of En-
gland of four millions of dollars, so that there
-- is little danger that the bills of the former,
"rawn on England, will be returned dis-
k graced.
SOn the whole, we think the country may
Rest der the conviction that, they know the
,' wsa, they have to expect from Eng-
^. ,think, with wre, we may soon
,J^tc 5ub"aasments andsclouds that
t.u-. Let ihe people be in,
"1 tnt and temperate, andub-
Ssc "'Fhe Quincy Sentinel,' and .there
is ii e io fear.

rk., Midiss Martin au.-It is statie-i in some of
and the papers that this lady is about to visit again
par- this country-if so, we hope she will not nuf-
po fer herself to be so completely humbugged as
hrr she.was on her first visit. But the old lady

-ur (if we are mistaken in her age, we will re-
y of tract at sight,) is said to be horribly deaf, and
-om- with one eye thickly filmed with. abolitionism.
win Perhaps, on the whole, it would be quite .as
i r- well for her to stay at home, until she learns
Wtel The Legislature of New-Jersey has, by

cn joint ballot, elected William Pennington Gov-
eo- ermor, and J. C. Hornblower Chief Justice.
hich- -
alth. Three negroes of Mr. Johnson in Jeffer-
d so son County, were shot on Saturday night
oath. last. Mr. Johnson was from home at the
,the time.
e, of We are happy to hear that Gen. Taylor
is detained as Commander of the regular Ar-
te.-- my of Florida, and his arrival is daily expec-
. ted, together with a large force. We are
Phis gratified that this worthy officer is not to be
be- removed, and we anticipate that all that any
this man can do will be effected by him.
rT \ ., .
We learn by the Tallahassee Star of Wed-
,bor- nesday last, that a public meeting was called
used that-day, to pay a tribute to the memory of
ani- OoL. White.
"1''- The Tallahassee Star says : We regret
e, Itod-
and to learn the death of Capt. John W... M'Grabb,
-re- Assistant Quarter Master in the U. S. Army.
und- He died'at St. Augustine, on the 6th inst. of
nent the prevailing fever.
r his We enjoyed'thbe pleasure of this, young of-
ser- fleer's acquaintance while he was- stationed
; he. at Fort Mitchell, (Ala.) and during the Creek
war ; and only remember him as the agreea-
after ble companion, the courteous gentleman, and
Sand3 the brave and intelligent soldier.
trug- "How sleep the brave who sink to rest,
Usher With allttheir country's honors blest!"
aret Mr. Espy still continues his lectures on
heart storms, at the North.
ts af- We had intended to take some notice of the

ceas- proceedings of the Macon Convention, and
se it publish a part of them; but, in the hurry in-
istra- cidental to a new beginning, it escaped our
mind till too late for this week.
After we get our regular list made out, we
'-!. iutend sending our town subscribers their pa-
Spers, by a carrier, to their residence. Until
then, they will please call for them at the
Si Quincy Book Store."
Midshipmon H.Waddellof the U.S. Schoo-
Per Poinsett,. died recently at Key:West';,of
.q Fever.. :., Z+. : o?+..:, .:_ !

'iG.. Gallantry-The U. S. naval disbursimg
'. -ocers at Philadelphia areosaid -o paying
i sBpecie, the- seamstresses that make up the
'p l^ saio'rs' clothing. .a -
::_-.,4 .",-: .

:(.J Elisha Smith( of Kings (ountV, Long Is-
4lafind, has bItadfA 425 nhid Bantenced to
J. twIve mnonthls' imprisonment for hawking ob-
"i scene books,-

S Riot.-Several men were wounded at Port-
l.,. nd, Me. on the night of "October 24th, by
I_' guns fired upon them from two fishing schoo-
low" ners which they made an attack upon.

A Thompsoniaii doctor and a man named
?-'" .Nichols, have been arrested at New Orleans
A- .-'as incendiaries. "r- '-

The contributions of citizens of New Or-
leans, and of the second municipality, for the
sufferers at Mobile, already reach $10,000.

Monstrous product.-Mr. Jackson at Gays-
port, Pa., has raised 800 bushels of potatoes
on one and a quarter acres!

Frost and Yellow -Fever.-As. was to be
expected, the absentees imprudently return
ing home to Mobile from the North, have ac-
cording to the register of that city of the 21st
of October, been many of them carried of
with tlh black vomit of the most malignan
type. So it will be at New Orleans, &c.
as it seems impossible to make people under
stand, after reiterated, fatal experience, tha
frost alone can destroy the infectious princi-
pie, when it has once been communicated tc
the air; and that -all who have partially los
their acclimation by a sojourn in the North
are so much the more liable to its attacks.

Prospect of another IAdian War.-Fron
accounts received by the Ozark Standard o
the 7th, it seems probable that we may'hav
serious difficulties with the Cherokees. Gen
Arbuckle 'has been ordered by the govern
ment to demand of John Ross, the murderer:
of the Ridges and Boudinot, but it seems tha
Ross refuses to give'them up. In obedience
to orders, Gen. Arbuckle will of course at
tempt to take them by force, which will b
apt to lead to -war.
Threatened Cherokee War. [Official.]-
Since noticing the apprehended difficulties
with the -Cherokees, we have the official
communication of Gen. Arbuckle, dated, For
Gibson, Sept. 28,-addressed to the Hor
Mr. Yell, at Fiyettevillc, Arkansas, inform
ing him that -Capt. Armstrong and himse
had received official orders to have apprE
ended and punished,,the murderers of Boi
diiot and Ridge, and that these offenders, sul
posed to be late emigrants, accordingly hai
been demanded of John Ross : in the ever
of his failing to comply with which request
difficulties may ensue. He therefore wishes
Mr. Yell to give notice to the inhabitants
Washington County, to be prepared to aidi
carrying the order into execution. Col. M
Sson at Fort Wayne, is direcWed to look 4p tb
protection'of the arsenal at Fayetto.
S" . Y. Evening Stay.











Schr. Betton, Francis, from Baltimore.
Brig Otway Taft, Bugbie, from Providence.
Brig Hallowell, Smith, Boston.
Brig Statira, Babbage, New York.
U. S. Schooner Izzard, Jenkins.
Schr. Daffin, Cordson, St. Joseph.
Schrs. Pacific, Few Orleans; Barton, Mc
Intyre, Newport; Avalanche, Green, Balti-

F OUR weeks after date, I shall apply to the Honor-
able Judge of the Gadsden County Court, for al-
lotment of dower on the estate of Archibald Black,
November 14, 1889.

I Union Bank of -FlPiorida.
THE Board of Directors of the Union Bank of Flo-
rida have, by resolution, declared to be forfeited,
the following shares in the capital stock of said Bank,
and have ordered the same to be sold, in conformity to
the provisions of an Act of the Legislative Council of
the Territory of Florida, approved the first of March,
1839, to *it:
Eight shares of stock, standing in the name of and
to the credit of Alfred Evans ; and
Eighteen shares standing in the name and to the cre-
dit of James Stewart.
Notice is hereby given, that, ii compliance with said
resolution, the Cashier of the' Union Bank of Florida
will, on Wednesday, the 27th of the present month of
Nov aber. and between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock,
A. M., at the front door of said Bank, loceed to sell
the above named shares of stock of said Bank, at pub-
lic outcry, tO the highest bidder, for Cash.
Tallahassee, Nov. 15, 1839.

Book and Job Printing.
T HE Proprietor of the Sentinel" would respect-
fully inform the public th#, having received from
the North a
Plain and Ornamental Printing,
Of every description, with neatness and despatch, and
respectfully solicits their patronage.
i And all kinds of LAW BLANKS.
'_-Quincy, Nov. 15, 1839.


_ I~

A sendmi-monthly Journal, devoted to Polite Literature,
Music, &c,, embellished with splendid Engravings,
and enveloped in printed covers. Published

T HE success which has attended the above publica-
tion, and tlie very liberal patronage which has been
extended to the first volume, has induced the publiher
td .- every effort-in his power to render the work
worthy the patronage of a southern public.
w ic h view, arrangements have been made, by
which he has seurad the assistance of anumeroua lidt
of correspondents, with whose co-operation he hopje
to be able to render thesecond volume almost entirely
original in its contents, as well as .southern in charac-
ter. While he would avoid making promise which he
might lack the ability to perform, yet his. confidence if
his present reurces enables -him to assure those who
have encoura~.~d~im by their patronage in the infanc)
of his undertaking, that if they have been satisfied
with thd past, they will not fail to be pleasedwith -i
second volume of the Mirrori .
The second volume, which'will be published on the
11th May, will be considerably, improved in .arange-
ment and typographical appearance, and will be printed
on paper of an excellent and uniform quality, though
no material change will be-made in. the plan of the
work.. -
The ensuing volume will be enveloped in neatly
printed covers, and will be'embellished quarterly, with
splendid quarto lithogtaphic view's of southern scenery
buildings, &c. "
TERMS.-The Mirror is printed t r tyal quafti
form, on good paqer and on fair type, andjBisisued ever
other Saturday evening, at $3 in advance, or $4 at thu
end of the yeW; Each volump contains 26 nunberi
or 208 royal quarto pages, including 2. favrite.pice
of -Music, arranged either for the Piano Forte or Guitar
comprising, in all, more reading matter than is contain
ed in 2,000 duodecimo pages. '
To Chlub.-For a current ten dollar bill, enclosed t
the editor, post-.paid, four copies of the -W-roi will b
sent. :, '
A liberal percentage allowed to agents. -.
Nov. 15, 1839.: .

rHE subscriber earnestly requests these, who at
.JL bted to him by note or. accopituto: make in
medi-l ymcnt to himself or-agents, as it is necesa.
ry to V'"g the Iffairts of the late'9Wftchnmai to dSpeed
adjustment. ". : -' '
SMr. JAMES T, ARCHER is his authorized ago
at Tallahasseeand will act as such. ..
S -. -, J KNOWLES.
Quincy, No.v 15&, 1839a -
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Qnincv Male & Female Academies. l-i,- 'uirn, .Si- iih ,, I
MIR. ErITR.-lI wvoulil all your attention
to the importance of opeiiinig a direct co rn-
nvvication between the towns of Quincy and
Iola on the Apalachicola. It is the opinion
ofthe best informed woodsmen that a road
can be constructed between the two points,
within the distance of forty miles. This"
road, besides opening a direct and speedWy
mail communication between this part of ilhe
Territory and the two commercial towns of
Apalachicola and St. Josephs, and also af-
fording the best practicable route for the
Brunswick mail line,--would enable our
planters and merchants to transport their cot-
ton to and obtain supplies from lola almost
as easily as from Aspalaga -r Chatahoochee,
and without paying any steamboat freight.
The roadl from Quincy to lola passing over a
firm soil, would be much better adapted 'fof.
transportation, than that now used to Taila-
hassee, and when to this, is added the saving
of the high charges on the Tallahassee Rail
Road, we are confident that every unpreju-
diced mind will see the utility of the pro-;
posed road to the planters and merchants o6f
I am of the opinion, sir, that by unanimity
of action on the part of those interested, the
road ordered to be opened, by Court, between
Tallahassee and lola can be brought through
Quincy. The actual distance travelled would
be but little increased, as it is reducedio "a
certainty that a direct route cannot be. haid-
and if the variation was made with a view of
passing through Quincy, it would probably
be less expensive and shorter, than the zig'
zag course which must be necessarily run, to
avoid the swamps and streams on the owe-r.
It would be to the convenience of the pro-
prietors of the Brunswick mail, line, as the
road would pass over better ground, -an.
through a country where supplies could be
more cheaply obtained. The saving to--the.
merchants and farmers in the price of steamh-
boat freight, would more than equal the pres-
ent expense of hauling from Aspalaga .-or
Chatahoochee-and it would add to the-tiade
and activity of Quincy, by making it the cen-
tral point at which passengers would take
the stage, going North or South. :-
I have hastily alluded to this subject, Mr.
Editor, but hope, as your fortunes are now
cast most intimately with those of Gadsden
County, that you will urge an arrangement,
which while immediately advantageotis to
your neighbors and county men, will'al-
prove useful and convenient to the public.:'.

7 -.:Goodhumour is-a cleajr- bhe sky'o-the
spul,. on which every star qf talent t-w i'elhih6t
more dearly, andb thesun of genius :encoin-
ter no napors int his passage. 'Tis 'he-most
S-e exquisite beauty of: a fine face; a redeemig
grace in a homely one. I-is like the -gren
in the -landscape, harnoniziig with every
color, mellowing the glories of the bright, and
*softening the lines of the dark; oi like a
flute in a full concert of instruments, a sound,
not. at firs-discoyered by the ear, yet filling
I upt,hreaks in the-concord-with -its deep

S On 31st ult., by the Rev. J. J. Rice; Mr. JAMES L.
. SWEET, Merchant, of Cuthbcrt, Georgia, to Miss
TEMPERANCE J., daughter of Col. Daniel L. Kenan.
SOn 12th inst., at Dr. D. L. White's, by the same,
[We acknowledge gratefully the printer's fee, to wit:
a fine piece of cake.]
In this county, on the 12th inst., by the Rev. Capel
VWILLtIAMS, eldest daughter of Mr. Uz Williams, al
of this county.
"[Fee also received.]
On Thursday, the 31st ult., by Isaac R. Harris, Esq.
Gadsden county.

HTas take the office lately ocupil by Dr. Martin
L adjoi img the store of Forman O& Mouse on Jef-
ferson street, where -he will attend to all work en-
treated to his care.. .
N. B. Full value given for old silver., Arragmenf..e
rT HE Northern Mail awivba every Monay, Wednes--
L day, and Friday, at 1-2 o'clock, M.-Closes
every Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday, at ro 1-2 o'clock,
AM .. % .: -:. .'."
The, Tallahasce seae W stda M ea rrive- U Srty
-Sunday,-Tuesdai, aJ.~tiM i at 1'. o'clock, A. M.-
Ciosc8-evgry'^nday,'Wudaesdlayanli Fhiday, at '12
o'cloc,'M. -
Th. China Hill "Mail arrivcs and dearta every- Sa-
turiay. "- T. J.KENAN;J.P. M.
Quincy, Nov 15--4t

Ne%-.& & naiitnhbie W inler (Good,.
,AVE r,.,.iv,:,l, hv Ill.: lat.: rmvahl I'rm.iilh,: Noath.
ag oo,:,.. -.rtnt ol STAPLE AND FAN(\
DRY V60 -.(t-.-J5--"ilnp ai-l.d l.(t Chr.kerv,
ljlr,.iJ r. ,r. .' illi,:r,, a I vchie h tie ,y olc-,for lor e.k at
as kw r,:. -, .:; cCN Ie altvrd d.. The Goods w'rc -:-
I.:iC ".. with r,:)i c. i a-, and giicralhv c.n ber TCcom-
nlrhiel '-I Il ,jp, rior ,oinlhiv. ,A mong_, the" ,.i ,ltin llt
*rnaybe .:u...I thei l'u.i' :
sExtrs Sup.,in.- l3lut, Black, arnid InviibeIc Green
.-' Broadcltp ht'; '*" -';* r -'*:*~ *
Extra SuF.-rrinr-jhi-k arid Fancy Col'.l Cassim:rcs;
Kentickv Jeans. uof diffrvint qalitie;
Satnmetts, of all colors aud qualities
White anJ Red Flanies, a&ssorted-; Red Padding;.
TRed'aid Plaid .rrscys ;
A large stock of dark Ker-seyis, for negro cloth ;
An aisortuicrt of DuffRi.d and Twil.d, Blankes ;
Soper. French Whitrncy and Mackinaw do., very supe-
rim" ;
Black andi Brown M-rinos ; Black, Brown, and Scarlet
(ircase.phn-; .
F;re? and Midiiii Black B-ombaretts ;
Mii-in dle Lain., very haudsome iattemrns, and superior
: .qubliv y .... ..
C l'd E,-lienre-?, a ri,-w and bea tifl'l arlP ; .. ..
A hanJs-,ine astorticnnt-cf Prints; "
LonJon Furriii uru Cliocs ; "7 ." "
.Salin Sir-ptA, Crc-.'3Barrc4, and Hair Cord Mustir ; and Fitg'I Bu,k, Jacont, Mull, and Swiss do. ;.
6ri.h-Lin:n n'.-f all prices ; -I" '-.
Lmnn ('nCambric iHati'lkerci3 ; Ladies Inmitation do.;
Ladies' Corsets ; Superfine Bl'k Italian Luistiing" -,
Col'd, Plaidf and-Fig'd Grds de Naples-; -.:
Wh-ite and.Black Satin; Black Mode; :
Black and Col'd Italian Crape ; Crape Lisse;. "- --
Bl'k fialian Craiats; B6nnEt Silks; .
Hemrnani Silk, Muslin, and Gauze Shawls-and H'dk'fa;
.Large Berlin do.; Silk Muslin Scarfs; : ;
Ladies' Cravai ; Black Silk Velvet ; '
Flag and Ponaee Pocket Handkerchief.; i. :
Blue Black Italian Sewing Silk ; Colored do ;-. -
Bobbinet Lace ; Edgings End.Insertings; Footing "and-
QultIng ;. ,-- .-_ I .-. ."
Ladie' \\'hi,'-andJ Black Gloves; Pic-nic do.;-:
CrTit]._Ini ins' Ce''d do.'; -
English Bladli StL Ht>>, i rv superior; -
-Gentlemens' Bl-.:k Silk Hal"'-d0.I "-i : : d,
.W-hiteoBl'ck-, and. Colored-C'ot ton Hose .- .. .
Operin Worked and Embroidered do.;, Misies'o., ;.-:
TFine. WV'hite ; Men's Color'd tif do. ;- d :
Meii'sfini. Merino Shirts'; Wouilcn (Glove, al-oried
.Cotton and.Silk Umfbrellas '; .. -"-
Brbwn and Bleajehed Shirtfiga and"Sheeting -s
Colored Doiieetics-;- Apa-6-Q-hiecks :- "
B-d Tickmn, as..-nred ; Comonade ; ..- '-".
Hanmiltoa Mixtures ; Lowcll.No I ,CottonO-inaburgs;
Farcv Siap ; C-olo-ne Waier; .- .
Milk of Roets; Tooth Po-der; t.+ -. -
P,.:-kct Knihes ; Kuics and Forks; '. '- '-
Ho.:,!:' and Ev(s ; Spectacles assoned ; .. '-. -
Hnntiri ,- S:n' be t NAedle- ; _-- e
Ladie.' Firie KidJ SIpF and Walking Shoes; --
Leather'do, assorted ; ; ..:-"-*.- ,-- .-
"Gentleens' Fine Dalf Se-ed. Boots and $hoes;
CoarseBSots-; heavy -RussetEBrogans, for negroes;
."C-ttic All-M'-N,'u:ki" forT110; .
Toethcr .ih a- grcat rn.any oth-r articles too te-
duQ'. La meriti.n. .. .
Q-uircv, Nov. 15--f "- .. -





I I C --L- ----- --4 C-






XTITH a kiw .v to faciiiahe the operations of the dif-
W Itrerlt school? in this and the adjoining counties,
as well as to supply the general wants'of the country,
the subscriber has been uiduc'ed to lay in an extensive d
assorttincli ofd i d
S Books and Stationery, I
lEngaiivigs, Cutlery, Perfumery, .oc, &r. &f. -e
The following co.aiprise some of hiis ->sortment of o
Books: L- .. : f
Large and weillbbetdFamily Di-les, r
SSmall do., of various sikes and qualities, .
Testaments of different kinds, "
,-Hymn Books,1Prayer Boolks, -'. ,
Watsofiln' and SauRin's Seto,.. .
-Wesley's Works, complete, :. t
SCentenary of Vesleyao Methodism -
Bangs' Church HOistory .Y' -
B-rwn's Concordance, '- c
.Vt ,eulev an, Fletchcr on Christian Perfection, r
Horri''ilniroduction," .
D .Dck's and JPalev's Works-, '. -
.C.,ICarkes Cbinmti~ary," :' "- : t
enry'st Exposition, --"'. ", r.
S c o tt's B ible '. <. .. -. .o |
-Biblicarand Theological Dictihnaries, ,- ,
SThe Anniuals,TAens, Ke-epMaks,.&c., for 1840, -1
Sparks'-Life of \Vashmgon, ,
Marshall's do., :- .'. .
Harper's Girls' and B6ys'iLibrai-, nei'editiop, .. i
E irm ily7 .- -: *:. -- .
: ," -Classical. :- y" -li : II
Harnah Mfire6Wok:,.f'fitediti(m,.-- --
'.Sott' and Ioceiart'tJoe6n, ..- ---.. -
--Encvclopedia'Anie ncaar- '.k ..-..-.* -
Treasury of .K1qw lgeg, ".." '- .. -
Enc.;clopadiao-e( L ," .. -
;o.- tud f
B lak a'l i6 igrp iu catl.ihi ( O ,,.... .- : : *
.Lenipeitre 'sCi-Ca r'-ti w, a .
SBrooks' Unrisl.-GaZUsiL -, ', "
C Cooprw'sarl'J=l toryi'.., -": .
+"ROlln's Aiciefif "do ,=". 1 l 'l+'019 *"I *' .I ^ -*.'-,i
SHumne'-Eoglid, "d '
Ru,, elr. Moc im t */--.: ,* "''* ':' "
ChrjsttseM arrvr,, S-,-o .,._- .'r ... .:
P Puvale Joumral of-Aaron, rr, '. .". J
Addison's Works-
Ferdiiirand Jtieol- ;l --' -. ,1
Baqcroft's Hist o ofthe'_ ited.-i. tsore.a -'- -"`2
)'Wonderful and J Ecei titacew; *'
PlutarCh's Lives, ... -
B- irder's Melnou,'- : '" .
Book oft rba ei4aa,1 '
Josephus, fi-k ., ,. ,. '- .-
Johnson's Works, i,.r :...' .. -
Moore's Byrn, -' '-- _. ,
Paley'S, -Dickls, and Chaalm '.orka,. '.
Percy Anecdotes,, _- ,. .. ,
Sketches by Boz, .. ; I
S Clerk's Xsw wa I I T I I i I.
Robinioh' Crisb '-- ..- e.'
S -Pirate'st O ok, ..k .. '' -
S- DaDA at. Se, :e .." .
Complete Practial er,"' e ,-&.. -" .',:"
Huibugs a Ne'-Yori "'"* ,- : *r
Memoir of Henry Maftyn, .-.' .
S:Mrs. Sigouroey's Wioks, in Pro-e and Poetty.- .
S- Mrs. Sherwood's i do. .. ;~- ;'.
Mi-Edgew'th. do., -
,Abbott's.Works, of various q liida,: ..' .".
SWaylad's Politial.'Eon'ny, :. ,. -.:- ,
Student's Maiual_(wwhieti.eve'yyutl should ihave,)
Youn. Man's Guid.(also .--._--
Tfidng's, Rulwer 4, zmhas flad- James'.Woiks,
Murray'a Travels; :-- .
SLife, of Lafayette,, Fnklin, Washington, Mari'n,
Columbuhs, -.- .; ... :. c. '.. : ."-*:
American Cook ,"e,' '.,-' -' --. :-.- -- :
S-All of Parley' Wtrk,. -. .. -
SThe .l"A.s of Milton, Pollok,: and- Cowper, enii.,
",Shakspehe and'By~,:'- ;. .n- -. ;
JRikke White aind Sigourncy,-
SScot.and More, -
ColeridgeSShelby; and Kea,; "- -
sBurns, Thomponp, and Yotng, .. /
WatlWohixihad.'Moorej: ;. '' :'
The British .bets,.. .. : :".
Dictionaries ofvariouskinds,- .
A fev#MedicalWorks; ,. .. .
One School Distriat ,rary, ..
A great variety of School JBoots, Latin, Greek, sua,.
S French, "" -'
A great variety bf smalllyo~ke forsltbdron, -
S Engravins, and-' ol'Certificas, .
Colts and Bennett's Beok-iieeping, _
Form and Interest Books,-... .. .
Day Books, Ledgersi, Bank Book ; '. '
Memorandum Books, of variouse,,
Copy Books and Blank. BookIf klln -.d
A large variety of Writing Pape,- ,-- .
Quills, Wafers, Sealing Wax, d-;Letter Stamp, :'
Silver Pens, and Paper 'Folders, -
Patent Steel Pienis, ,
Ladies Albums, and Work Bo a- ,- -
Ladies' and Gentlemens' DrQesing Cases .
Portfolios of various kinds,' .
Paint Boxes and Hair Pencils,
Bristol Boards and Visiting Cards, .
Gentlemens' and Ladies' Penknives, "
Paper Folders and Inkstands; '
S Black, Blue, and Indelible Inks, -. .
Ivory, Wood, ,and Glass Letter Stamps, ,
Silver Toothpicks; .
Razors of many prices and qualities, -
A choice selection of Soaps,
Tooth Brushes and Tooth Powderaf -
Hair Brushes of all kinds, "
r Combs, Pocket and Dre"sin ':
Thermometers and Fancy Mirrorsr- -
Fancy Work Boxes forchildren, -7- .
Snuff Boxes and SegarCasesj .
Bonnet Boards,- c .. -
A variety-of llute S Flageolet, aai-Fif55.
Accordions ndClarioetta, (dly expected .
Flute and Piano MUie, -
" Social and Sacred do. -
Guitar and'Fiddle Strings.
Also expected soon, a variety of Gardeti Seeds, Dutcht
Y Bulbous Flower -Roots, Dhliias, Tufips, Crocuses, Hy-
:.acinths;.&ic. c: !. *
ID- mHe, has eme'rated but a part of the articles.--
eThose wishing books" of any kind, can get them by
Sapplying to the subscriber, who haimnade -r.angemeuts.
i to get them promptly from the North. He hopes the
h public willt-call and examine his stpfPlYLO -_ES -
S Quincy, ,ov-5 1839.... ...





Brunswick and Florida Line-. -"

T HIS lew -and seridoriine is now -qenimg Tor p~e,-
carrying1b the Grat FFlorida- Mail, f&'metly seat by,
the Alligator route. "' -. "*" -
_'Scheetule comimenci -tInthoe 26tk of November.
L-)eaves MobileT-uesda",sTub.rsdjysand Saturdays,
at 4 PM., connecting m Mobile Bay ,ihththbc-New-,
1 OtMens .steamers, whenthey are iri seaiton.- Arriye at-
Apalacieola and Tallasawsee Wedtiesdaysj Fridays,-
and Sundays, and at--Chrleston Fridays, Sundays, and
-Tnesdays,; at night. Tinie, in favorable weather, 31-2
ilays Toni Mobile, -iand 4 -days biam Newr-Orleans to
Charle(-,ton, arid-t6 ithe.Wilmington steam boats. ,
Mobile to Pelasolia; $10.00 .
,- ApalacMola-, -00.-
-" .- ..- Tallahassee, 2650-
SC... -. rharleston, -+. 65-00 .
Tiall~aasc-e'to-Brunswick, = -8 06 -:
-... -+ "' *Charleston, ;0 -60.
"'*-." St Augustine, -'- 37 00-
Forward deck passengers half price in the steal.
boats, through-to take outside- seats-.'o 'the stages,-
and meals at the second table, wheil'-reuired-.- -"
Passengers taking tickets -through, ;nd pliroeeding
regularly with the lneiare subject to no- charge what-
ever for meals, porterage, or any j-!r,.'" +"--'-rs>--
The Hotels n Bruiswiclk aid Tallamssee ae of sil-
r'nernor order. Oil..the.-tAgt'. road, (t9- pass which, re-
;uires but 36 hburs,) t-i e prorietors- te provided
eating houses, under the chliarg&If * stw-
ards, at which tbey:nMi p.n oJo*0mi rtablitand neatly-
served meals. .-; : '
This is a de-sir route for u aie@/and will be&still
more so when an'iteaed acco.mmodafion stage, aybid-
.ingnight traveling; Isestabished. "- -
Two commodious C'aches.cai b. sent at a time.-
The stages aid horses cannot be.surpassed'on any line min
the UInion* The st6emers,;viz : the Chesape ake" and
Southerner" on the Atlantic,M and ptherZi(ppion
and "Kingston" on the gulf, re selected ,as -sfe sea-
boats; but whenever the weather is-,too -stormy off the
coast, all the trip on the Atlantic, anripart on the gulf,
will be made by perfectly- safe inland passages.-. '
The proprietors, own.g the line throughout, will be
able to preserve the coinnectibrons withi.'uawonted-cer-'
tainty. -- '. .-
This lI connects on the trips, leaving Mobile on
Tuesday, n-d Tallahassee on Wednesday, with a steam-
er fiom Brunswick to. St. Augustine. There aite more-
over two, and generally-three boats a week, fro Bruiac-
wick to St. Marys, Black Creek, &c., thus forming an
expeditious and pleasant communication between ast
and West Florida. "
Ordinary baggage taken without charge, and mod-
erate charges made for extra baggage.
4runswick, Nov. 15, 1839. -

Qiiimc.fl Male & Femaie AcademieQ.
A N examination i-.fl the Ppil in lthclo Srnirirr s
vill cmnfi r- ,n Mlord.v, ihe 1tih of Not, 1,:.
L-,r. and comntnue ivc day., LicguiLhig at 10 o'clock
each day
Parcias and -Guardians of Pupils. an,' the public
geriErally. arem r.-pectfullv mitei to atte-nd. -
The schools v.til be continued tihe nersuing year un-
der the ilirectili of Mr. arnd TMIrs. Edn.Ond., assisteAt by
-four, ext-rinced teachers.
Mr. Edmqnjds has d.'V-ictd thityv Ycars to hisj-rofL- tie Southcrn qtati-, and has retnoae, to Florida
with the inicinfnion if locaring hiniscIf permanecntly in
the-healthy and n-,orJ town of Qumcy.
C.H. DUPONT, Sec. B. T. Q A.
Quincy, Nov. 15, i139.

Attorney and Con.nsellor at- Law.
A LLbusiness:,entriusted itohim will' be carefully and
J promptly attended to. Office adjoining that of
the Floridan." .. .
Refe-renrr-a',--,illiam P. Duval, Tallahassee; "W. TI.
Brockc-nbrough, Apalachicola; Cha-.s. H. Dupont, Quin-
cy. F-logrida. .- .
STallahassee, Nv. 15, 1309-f f ":.

uf^./hcrlrtalp^' tto \"c f.'*-l.
S .lrr BY -

ul oo;t ~ 1rgKQA s the 0
J .c .- L ~ ~ D B * ; < ,: *

the f.ll.wihg plaw t is nist resipectfully W &uinIaid
It is tiopd hatt wilf rceiVe their serious ar- .
mention, and meettherapprobatwnr-ac ".- '- -
it is foibr their especial bonefif.-that ;. .
the work is projected. ..'- .
'N Sutbmittiing the following planrt.we would f*stksl dl .
I thc attention of the Ladies, and all thU s'who-el
interested (and who are those that do not !) in the wel.
are and improvement. of the female sex, to the pr.esem
condition of the Soauthern Press. Neao al)jhe poblti
nations which issue: from it are engaged In.n pd iiai"P
cuasions, and their collins teem with accuAlewa, .-' .
ials, abuse, and every other form of woxdy *afarw- -'
arrived .on in language, frequently nif for- '.ears p0-,-
iteh" -%d seldom suited to the-delicacy -aid ge.tleiess.
vhh. b'elonSg so peculiarly to the female character."
Ofr i'he few li-rarv papers published South'bof te .-.
omac. there is not one exelusiely dedicated t-.tla_
LA.DlES! Wo have felt this ai a want which -ght-"
o>be supplied': and w propose to tpmake an effort to do
w, confident that our endeavors, will be crowned with" .'..
ucces-., if we can'only secure the hearty co-operation "'
oi thner for t hbse welfare we are about to labor.--thd
L.adcs of the South. And we expect, further, that *
tyrv intclliaent mind among. the-other sex-will view '
iLth approbation, and aid in sustaining, an*entlrprin
esigne to improve the minds.of those, without Whos i.
heering smiles and soothing companionship, life- woul'.
ie dreary, adA this faii w&rld a desert. ,
Wec %ish, also, to afford to the Ladies a field for the-
exsrcise of their own talents, and for the development
if the resources of their minds. The lists of author ,*
or some few years past, have frequently V yelled -t6 -
tanis of females whose glorious success ha'shed -.., j
additional radiance ol-the bame of "Woman." ThIf,
lords of, creation" have been forced to acknowlemige,--
hat thebhiale minds by no means dficieeqt in ca-
pacity and intelleetualendowments. whilst, at the sam8
timne, it is possesed of superior delicacy and tact.-
Long was woman's mind I1eld in thraldomi,.lomngwe
her powers unfermented, and- forced to re i'a -i tive le
or unxerercised by, the force of conven tftal arrange-
mcnits but ber chamus are broken, .and her liberty haie
beCn proclaimed. The article of Moslem faith, that .
Women have no souls," no longer obtains amonga- "
Let-he Ladies how assert their own privilegea, aq -... .
ot4r thcm, in our proposed work, a medium for the e4- .
presion of their own-views and sentiniepts on all that "_
appertains, min any degree, to the wellaxre anid i lrove-.. ..
ment of their sex: ".
SIn5 offig the plan of a SOUTHER1A.LADES .
OOK' we do not intend that it shall be prdachely saim. .
Hat to a work of like name, at the orth- --WVe leave.'. .
o our'north'm coLemporary pictorial represqntawions---
.f 'ashoo and dress, for the ebMellishmeht of to p- I- _
ion I be it ours to provide a gar tdfpurityi elegaih,. "
Sqfinc ni ti, ind grace, for the adornmentl o the nid.
_lLthai mnaycontribule6tofrnimtheshart, inviorateithld .
tind, punfy the aleotions, and refine ihe "
balI -be our especial care, that our .'work may he'a se -. .
fti aid to the young, and fair, an&d: beutifdiuh Iprep& e .,-
Sthemselves for the -discharge of the-oMble, and; a-l
9iods duties Ahich d4olWeti W(0 anW in B-el Wvdr "'l
apaetv y of daughter, wifi,,aid moth'. And w _e.ea4 .
.liai'in the accomplishment oie this. high-renleq. ie e -- .
,h-fidently expect the aid and support of 't etlmg-& '-
rtedand judiious of both sexes.'- Airaiagpmem..t '. -
reidafjd will be made -with scvetal LAdies, who "-.
predirction, have already gained them high Ife. i.t.. -
RtiErar) .wold-and several gentlemen i .1.6. 'd.
_tmLrmments have alee.dy been secured as comt.buidm '
from whom scientific tracltsewith notes .aqd. .ol '. .
tf on .the arts, may be expected. Thiagrtmnt ...
ef tie ot will receive marked attntio 12 ai,-' . will be o'siutted which may tend t gite to th.
publication such chatracteas wil render l wert'b.t. ,
RaiW on of the,'learned, sd oF thoseeto wifi" im. s 4oi .-
pecially dedictted-.the adiasofthe Sauthi. We ,. rnmaia to dbtaih the rqiaai avi-e-of' s .
Bcrecrs--say two thousand-and- ift.-.Lade. wtLl .-.
simile upon, and aid our -eforts, that nanber will 'as ,
long be writing. Let Jhejo urg6e ther fath u-
bads, brother,.and friends, and i" ia sooidene.' .
7' The work will cobuaia sixty-Tear I al Iftv '
.pges, stitched hi a vit colored e:ver, and willv-
monihly. TBElS: I r3VI DOLLAX3 10AN U, .,
.'.97 It is highly impotat to sate- that all. the sb'h *
4dgers'B names'which nay be obtained, .old ,be ft.-.
warded by the lt of Decembir n#V.. Ageat, w -.
please beam ( is i mind .'
.07 Th;C4oowing are some of the conlbutuet to-tie-'.-
wp _rl '-' ,
A. CaUacH, D.. D, President- of Fra;Adalin -1eg -
Athens:. ':; -**:- .-::-:-^, ;..; -
P Professor J. P. WADDzLLFranklin GqlEqge. .
-H4on.-A. B, LornfAT B Wr5Pies^'p1 inoqCoo,
TVi. A. EANjWsss anys. Scienee, Ernorf. m
Rev. I, A. FEW, Ex,-Preasildent of 0or Co.ege .
RevOT. M. RoumND, Principal of-the Go ergia ,.N -.
Sfeence'Mmnual Labo Sichool '.:' .
: Rev. Jiusi M uccta, Washington, Georgia. -
R1v, W. WH. &roras Washingalon, Georgia.
-1on; V. ,.Am6EBWU,, Washington, Geor.ia. -
01 i i-I Lua'sih.'LeaingtonOeorgia. ^. .
-Re.90JE. L WITc.Madian.Geogia. .-... '
-k-Hon. R. M. CHARLTOk,&Savna. GueorgiG 7
'-A.. K,-CHAPPELL, Ek.i-Macon, eo gi... .- "'*
SHon E A. NtsmT,, Mahoo, Gergic. ""
M tacon, Georgia, Nov.-l,'1839: '...."
-" ". ~ : **
-orla tFemale C llegi. -'
T H Erl eie ises of this institiuon" wilt be i .'b e '.J...
on the fist Monday in Oetober. It id.mve ... m-.
rable that alb wh'proiese to benom* pi la j .
'tend at the be ning of-4the session. An ary g .. .
organization o the classes is important to tho e mi rry
'on of our plans, and to fs't and equal cQvtitio.ahiq.
Sthe members of each clase. To, relieve the Faculty -
eibarrA-mentlinithe.distribution of Cixculdr, wad to" .
4facilitate-tb-l rogiw.:iof ta. scholar, wo-eameiestty as?.- .
-comme~nd p~arebts adfuardi?s to bring thei chl4Mit''i
said wardsat the opetfaog df the tenn. -, ., .. .
To relieve our patrons, -*1W~ live dislan fatafctrs all necehisry a 'xietywo aaaure iAem-tt im caer of
.icknesa attentin kind and coutant, shal. be eJ,5f "" )
. ed, and that paosapt informaatimn shall Ie gfTen to re(- .-
.tives when ,maT'reasonable ground of Tppre mu.. e' -*
rists. -Having fngLconndeuee omrselves in.the heatl~met.
-of'the locatataa confidence founded -upontle ei 1 .- r -
-ence-Of the last term, a-d the fact-that'tbe .Sfewtlo'#-- .
-family, -witlrtwo young ladi6*,: member, of the mistite- ". ;'
tion,tiave remained dsrimg the~whdleewmte*, witbort -:
-nte'ruption of health, we beg our f1iiends to diaeredi. k
exaggerated, rmors of sickness and fatality that soime. -
tines get currency in-the coi.nt6" If at any time fot -
war-ant alarm, we pledge ourselves to give notie-. :
The Primsry Dipariniemt wailgo inli^ operation al*:-f.
uttanepusly- with the-College. The vez gi.nlidft.ta-+ -:-
fertion which w~e- waderstend'wa giwep uangntl^e sto-
sion, under many disadyantages, enucourages u to _O|i .
that our fiture'.efforts will be crowned 'with. enasge_ '-
success. Pw/ e.' ,
Macon Sept.-1, 1839. tNov.15b-t. .': > -
".~~~ p+ .+
THE Undorige have reeerved ly lonew rt k,
a-d oppneda their.,frs; N.. 1 *if... :mB" ,f: -(
Row, a aererel and wNeU aasnea toc, <. FALL ._....,



WINTEINR G.OODS, consintin m pan ot- ***.v.-
agging and 'Bale R.ope '.- .

Frenc iieyuffieldt and W Blnet^
Lowell, Nos.laBmdt, Ognaurg, :.
S HeavyRusset BrogA0m ': '." '- >
BrusselsadS h Carpeto,
BDrusselp Wilton, and TaAed rIg ,,. s.. :
.Fashiopaile Brass Fendekakand.CaVed
Mavao0ay Gilt-Framed Mantel Glass, -
-)eathcrs, MatiasseS, and Bedsteads,. -'
Witira geea aassortment o.choice Grocerief't.iF-4 -
ware and Cutlery, stple and F6anc .. 6o ,i .,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Cape, Crocj~y
Ware, Pickles, Catus, Jellies, James .fI t"..
All ofteihieh they-offer-o aecomaodaUg -.
at their usual lowTpriees. -
'AE i.BROOME *4 o :
Tallahassee, Nov. 16, 183S.9 -. .. "

To Southern Eerca-t"-" ..
rrmtHE subscriber has constantly on -and ii..
JL siveasortment of Hardwamre, C& AJW '. -
Military, Sportig, and Fancy GOODS. XleP4uiiT
and Britannia Wares, imiportd direct.rom f.he -
facturers in England, France, and Germany, c_-t .
offers at wholesaler retail, at his store, .o. .M .,
street New-YoV iHe has G'un, Pistols, BRifeM A -
kets,-Cane Gum amd Ca fise, iw gim '-..
also, Fishing and Fowlirng Tackle wofe ""
- the self-eocking, one-handed castBetl t..c] rto ."
.-Inrior-o, any pistol for a safe .8. 1
From a l .residence M.ZEmgland, ago .._.
purchase Hdwa and Fancy. Ooq&-e'-
s beeqm obin goods from the fine irt -
ana.offers-hei-at wholtesmle, on thSe most o m "
- tint teris.. All od promptly Iattetledtow1 m.
hied any panOf enUmldtata p_
opportunity. ADAM W 1.
No.No 192 Pear" "wt" NTmw. -'
Nov.' 15- tl'* ***. >'f'.

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... .. : FI'. :. 4 L \Vi'llTH CENV".\..RDE)ED. "" l i nryv about t,:, lea ue us '" -,aid ("Iolh,) satUh,Eth at w na n the hyghetst byihop Oiyas.' LOVE AND M.RRnI.GE -_t;te 4f>|' yourswei.?lhea1',, Sfl<-',cri.-. ii.- i p-
.^'^- te -too pr.imonio IIr!nr v" .;ih ,..ippic, h r -ric wbik she held il her il. nd-- ha'd btle Of a tnple in. the eiti of Fhelvo- "1 -he -I aC,,/,y,!,,o,,w .--Make a compa- IpI.sla her % .s t% o S .I 1 ,..rcen-nary, it is the
,. W -. .. 1r ; |l .r i o i~ u tN l 0 FIIa-.. .- ak ,llp1 11"..
10."- tie ole of hi.-: (-lArks-as4tj 4 were abolit to leave tvs, ad1g1oin 1to Enloand 'I- p.-l' i, Egypt, ru thli Ivk:n,;-:>.s of the temple ion of hei-, in the hd_,ti-st at e(.ptatori ot the (asif st thing inauinarblo lor her lo inddte a.n
-ithe-lt th, eoiiti ,-h'ou-+e on mo,'nio., s ,_ adidexi. ie a tll \which efn,:d the deelp- ,.,I -rlen, -',td -the .oyrstel.ra e lEastur, trmi andtit) n not (ooii .ider it b iialh touur Ilia"-, answ,:,r. glo,,vin wiih all the enthus,;i m of,,
'"- _ie. .e-le^,e- to4r- -" ay )-n.l+ t do not ildr,_. s. r- .., -iere-1. \hnu, hKha ddladdd-.ed'f moch-swecte 4mel. 'i t. MW S our ,:on,.-i,..ti,,t, 'o l;,-.r tass h ;.-- but 11 is a mtuch nmoi,:- difficih
-- ii t'.'v 'I-l6'apa" as a clrk -n a "T', be, sure ; but %% at if, ity thil .-" lynge w,,o a dTi sette -it oil fyre uppon the, a i ntellect." The Pr-,e C.r.",.n l m y or- lask, to enact or assunte pl_-oi.,- I,: face
,-. 07 -1.qt I I- V. a. ....aliliFI 'IIr

.- .'.' .'.ishu.ia1.e to -I'K "Nuth.iin,, sirI Ithtng---o:dy I fh,,ught we .,ltfinr s' l e .f -- n-nne.n. ,syghte" tiamn matter vastly pl,:'aing so 'ot,. w et. -t is t) face.l Il a pirsm,,.il int,:.-rvicw, th(i'e are a
- I as _u_- I".',. with a deep .-.hodd..t t l: konesome," tntnim a 1, a to .,ueh .s,,:y,,y and ,h:.[ ito ,he (,+. probable that our e,,,, fe_ ,ould as ,lio""'Tl i,, ,-,', litl t,,marks wh're
'h h-aiil 5 ti.,rte led onhis nmavch,+ek, ht le th,.ears a he could not upo pr.u ,,r s. -y .nn .1-:.4 ,;I' .h_ Ire and was brentet anOte? tO l '.hear ,ou dbse,,ur,.r or'other -natrt ,-rs th:an ayint \ e), to a l iowile of -he tre
+,: .:' / ] ih't] "[ no,.t l -,vlh-n iour'4allarv wvas .:till- "I Tri. Dtui,- ,l li,,I 1,r[*e ," m ti, -rs. "1ih,: e-y th;. spej s ,tth ,
fk 0 '- pro% idefl "ore -pent-el habilim ents," .. -n he r" -t' It l -,o .h rI il ,not h d 1v, -.I.d .. ... 0- ...
1 ro-dn V .r r D ., --' 1A% 01d iucr, .---., 71t." '"y : V. 'n k o I il .-.. Inp ii ss ,n Nd IhO C-0111 c I --n(I ,-I 1t- 1 .-in 0i r ol iihe Ir.c.I (- ; _Cuiltinli n t( o f- t l hi:;( 10.1,4 d and ui.(; little iai..nn % "-lunk Il 21 Wji -: + I,': -li.'>:--.n th.-rf i
*M la s iitc vertlad nula his e l odj,.st lu re ol. el-fi s, l ll I ," .e .p .d d,!-r'I.N'-sC. .hi-, acconnt, Mr. Lt" r, l an air olv h-tl:.-s iol,;-rain,, o ..-d.- T .. .Al,,'mliv,.--'.M -,riia > u is .ither the
.' i . D..- ,, .. aotti. and iinnc her face.iu his b'oi ""1 doiiio t -mtn er,-l m rket, ".ol a .orm b.t: tf-i,:r'ed oat ---, .-. -Iai or '1hk. di rs
:P+Inp l.O'(-. .~le~ I,, ., ,,. _- .. .- b 11 1 ,h E. h i" M= -- ~ w e u s l t i _, < t t t : ,w : r 't t ld .S l o re -h d ea d l et %% h c nr ae, e
'hatev" .angeu- il-i- su,,j, (steecm hi. n btll t or tI-e worhl .. buyni oIth-e nsh.:-s .ol a facrimi-e, and .tlivv-ards of-lhe-r t.-nbro idev, and -ah t the trir.son olfl a ta-n. Oa re ol our old (it' iIh w.ri:e!'s, o. th 1

'- annple bteniMulf n e-p- he w:as a widower, "aid The dauaihter..was klett.alone. "l h,. m.-t-l!ods._ ._, \=.t i v .. Vy r,.r l'an. d .t,,_ltinella -.i,,,.i ,don .tcl- sl" c,,vel nnllln[- lt,:'z tl. l[' MhV" "r~ all th,+ ipaths t.hi,, h ,d\, rsifv the map of ithis,
-pritii- ol del-iin, 'ea^ he , ,s not ,s, ,' e,""t* y,,t.+..x 'e fI"t e ot try short- ,.s whI-l. ori.,i al,- 1 ar p,:rle<.4 L ow- -i. .. a- air -. i,] .. .l,. p,.nlz, _- 77-c Illi i ro ihe is onitl the
.... "ea'itiiul ". I Bill "... "" ." on, ,.%-l ien' <;II. i.o; 'o-% i nI ldou.Iot [t 'it an;,, ,l' ,". tha, (t t lt. 'Ihh il .,licit alt r1'
,'** i-but the fo~dne --.sthp. nnoee n e, the in.*lli- "'i -.-" 1) -o-' c 's: ,v e: pl i .ed -t .-.. ..[: v f,,,\, l'ri. iire lh x\,,id w e df-.t,-.. r i til h-, I,..,urne -oill noa retiut, th,:+r. om 1:1 the
k:. g,:nL-e C o h'r rri ,d rTho ,_e I!L he, c untemncne '" It tt ',.,,-gi not be loio imi.o v u..t~~-riv re- (f,-tt,,+: \ w lde tL-,p-ta oea 'iicen a b rd- oliht- ^,1; l-.o .... cl ih "p, ,:- .... "i ,i- -.i- .o dim ~ ],)h--- o h i

.. ..l .-1-~ g .-1. Su je t ... "2 -f.i?.t i--ihZiH .-tlvt'tI n ti ~le the,: ir' rv o l.IL ,.s ti! n., 0Oi t~ l "+vt, of o r, ld E t-J 1ri -enset of't. he

a.a -.. ,-d Mrh. I). I -htould hike to \ eas ot d.-t'" r L on ihat at ,ir i.3 h-t -v e\ of' a lp iec % v- i, > i o ap
1I M-IAr,. t'o idnie an, I, *- hefr. Such w as Car,- it a _,:,k or,. 'o longer, at leat. .from .onie cale o' ,uhttre' pIlir,,eg uporn upon iiinlilt. .- .t-

.- s a i i m n h a ,, t r w s I f ~ l n .t h o n t rt .o ,J gl t h y V it.n m I -., t r m ,.' ..t el, a .I,r 1.o o f a b d i, -,, p o u e -t .n.r: e -
,ino'D. b-nLt .elant,'v, When Hcnr- became an mumate It will Iti <0,,, -lIr.-,n,.l 11 i lt : r s hi . a" .. .., "r - "h "i-

.rI I-.u H.. i he -t_- .. -h -.e tnhel"mt for t-he o.urone wh-en elt-heo were tJn I -. -oa l hsr .. ...t
e'tha+-'lee and ardentt anm l -- anl reader lle i 10 l,-Inirrled in about \ix wx,..i-ks.,, antd optn aIr,. and be 3h1-t: i1 %%teelt or Romet:., i- l- o p .> -e a ii. AAW .A ..S, H A tPi. t a r
*'"h.,`_ ..... o.,,n, h;m ... .... --,I,- ,,,l-d o h v \To, I ,"t, ld "otMn.s having you attend llhe wed- "ttead ol the- hi-r be.ina ,oni-ldered a phoenix: .oe a 'h ma .i w Ic +.s .r\ to Ita a b^ -,h^ .rru+,+ltI titr ou. ,h ,It
--, de' t -i h atl lore as perfeto aII r nedh, I ., 1 ltuldV have Ibeen Ialetd a-, an ake!hr (l

":r;'" "'l'*their"'h so .i,-iw rte coiopuil., -hev \+.el, ca'?t "-(_ arol ,e-tobet married, s r'. sai i-[etnr+., may bornow ihie ],raniuncal ter ) of Jup tet.t U-" "I'Q "'r ~ ? .....o"o me n lt oppo-,tton-in the dtsehar,,e 0or fp e6-
' .:- .. ..' i .e, a '" b" c sh k '" ato- I'hal s wRh e (u -. -+ that a -h-,kband should he co-tiui ualh, enactinsg 3 ill bions, wT rr _in -'i e m--
."vI'-hilt th e ou r ,t oth ld --are ,n a h -,nce t h e t i ....- ... : w I- p 17 0 W f" -r l"u" "1'11... Xok i Q.-oll r Iou op n p -i, ,,, %, l -o t :". -ri In the
"d 'e'h "am ~ "ft- r"v tol "o -* "o 1 "' sur ,, i ; .u w at ^ "h, r so .to "h "au u an l-iu soies f tihe.* li are O or, lt tltlno sn~ n wotuld hUiI aghlUy f' ad ir. .. ..oevru.s "" ic li hoi
"pri-n- to~te mii aken. Hfur; wyssthe verv wond--rul .,i bout that'" phot-nix. I ha\e-no douhi; and appears to- e.'-n lower you intne .e, tlyour -pot-s,. ,l it ,m',os-iblc lo h,,t:,e on,,., asked the Dre-
k.. ge ticoInIr *ai nd hon III101 (fill I i v 0 IM-0. I-i o 11 r- ..t ,Ili] i e of -.I bi rd riai i o a %%- l icite [,ll.l u p)Lt l rOLHI la 1 \,t.1 Il --- 4H ,,nv11, caie vl 1,61111. o
and ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~oh yo a bti)bcnc aqane ,il I e ,l .-N -. D. u d q like to h,1i yo d..'tl r I,,_ oil lt tl, .. th nt ist Ka1 ,itiu zA It t]r

IhaCL^" \a.,nol- 1dih-renLt (_' ar, ]le, he s~lll ratherl ,i,...x,-,_l.1,t.d lh f all." .- tl ,: pa.l..n|Ls~.j i~i 3I~ lcl 15. -an e 1,>ie ib uy a 1;. + *""J tain Is.he os de cl i | qt ^ \" ^ ^.)'" .^ ,, r Ldt [lll= ^ ^
'N. .I. .. V 'I r s : i I w rt U- )l N ..r a I~ru l a nI iI l l I ) .

leh tl' at he s Co.imir lat onceIthe passion It is.ralith r .uddlpen, totbe sure, but I am \a-.t. dl 01,| d,..arniii-, aud -o hI:le on!__inniL It ,. ,r.. -, at '- 1P -.; ".)fi "" I oru t :h 1ou m,. stcr,., and wi -th
l-k A low\ed in.hi is bosom ." -I hnS.u not en- I "- a -0-- _:+-1 :" -" ews." I II,,. .. ....ii -.-P ; ,y t .or :, i.ri-i fa h : it ol,-isis 'i l n anda right
.d,,xw., \\ t er "oi,, nd. artless heart," tctor--and ,, the man is well _orhy.ot her, p<.oO,,t ,s sironcly eorrbojrat d auce- D,1 ",uilerl1c, %%'bell w i s u 'a ,. ,th u of ,,. ,y ." Hia friend h,:,..ced ,-,f him,*
' ." riii''] h- ;,I I e.s" ", W ++ "" nd \'"onirlitl Av- l w,.e to t i.e [i waltnint3 anyll" longer, aud ami dote yen- bv Bruce the traveler, oL an .eaTle <.'. o .", ,.F ,d.- .Oe i i t.. explain d imsn ,f '- Most wall-nd o ," -re -
- 'tl-= -"""-y'" ..... e' ...' c""".. .. "a6' ... ... -,,, '.M,- oIa-- e t -t.n t ,cod]arhIe. t I ,-.'-.
:- .'peet that h te-r lat| r woltd i'ern u nrto ti.r with h It d % h%[ t you ean tray-to the weddng. {a ~ iis t4ut/w ,', f.trr,) in lhe \ery ct un, i..... tirn ed Ihe bishop. h p In whatever state I am,
'.'.'.. .- unio --l.e-tas-crertreaied me' 1 ith kind,, .' .tcani,,t..stay, si r,.i ,d ed I. catsot,, re- try ahere -the p..hoeixi w'a-s a,:d to .appear, i..,'lgies, o/ e ari- .r, r.-- e p-,ope talk I fir-t of all loo; up 10 Heaven and reHeA M-
"-:" 7 auid ].'.w.dl noj. b~e wngratefunl." Thins he r,,a- plhed H-entr.; Iorgett .,ng .what be-rid previous- dhrltng; dot!., "wlule Iiis. parly. were dinin~g n "t tue expenses ,-, a. marriedu ,e~q u-,nnli ent, ber, that my prince ,le business here is to get

". -* soned, ar.l'tnm he, herohc.dl, fndeavortt to 1" s the opeu air, and carrying otl. apar of thur- iney seem to lrgel the lact, ta! Ihere 15 11 there. I then look dowu upou the earth, and

I .subdue at--y cotii ci'ed "an.dll-atl pu-ks- .o v ou eanot stay u"- aet.pedMr..D, [ w%0y dinner. tlissldtlher _vei narkIati, that Bruca p ho t,,usekeeper ewqial,0 a w\% e. 'h.t is a fiar's (ie id h a plce I sa occupy
'" - .. Carohe h'ad ma'nv sitotrs.'and aone,"-y t"1" .t1 Inow-s-id youwiouhl." -sas olf this -nuin. w e m- '.all best and most lanthlul steward; and undess she nn It when I come to be interred [ Ihe,[I
,r I ort- c a e.. p, :,, bIi" t -3 r- Wr haves m, harle it that lthe feathers ol the Il and bra.t -tre expenstve tastes or habIts of extract a l a -, at
.. r .. .i -it_ at _. .., -' .. i.. ,n a .1 I -l i.

-;-.:-' lheir"overriirc3 s.ene'a ltven thee-.o0i' lrn and e Cat-,t oo we\re of a rold IoIor, s]ch nIliht ahIo-l fljice, witll make a pound go arthe r than rive wultiide hhere are th are in I do
'- .~ e ~ r-r: ,h a ~t. ,e e i ," I . .P..o- -" ",. 'o .- P g --' po-uh tudesi thce a e discharge or alt'epte6s

. ". ..firnirw,.:',- l-]r;.J'ath<-.r ',\ deiledl at'hi r e<:>'- -.-"nut \dtu ?atd. itw'onild-'-ttujt put y+ou to a\" [,a;-, for a tr'anslationof Pliny^ desc,'ipn r of could do \with a Ibachelor. I lat,-ly saw a more unhappy thau myself. 'Fh us learnt
'- dt f. o "li.{ ol fhwarn hfr'ons.- in(-oiitiiie'r.c''. d lla;' t. \ tld -wii t ili. th. ai,.int 'hoenx'. Mr" R-i hie exhi -ite d1 a. e in ptint. A e tl eman who, "rom. m -, t in.gre true ha" pn ess is placed- whe e alr
sta i= a~tte 1,cti la k -C ar- h, n tlll. atl tuhl -were ti) ule orumstatdl,- P v

." H e i-:, d, line ol' lilft, nd ."iuhed -. .... a -r.i n 'of -i b d l k -' o- "e 'e "a our car-s must did, an'J hat rta'oi I have
"." .'-"t6;s;-. h,-r-, happlff s-ttled before ho rotn tile L"'vn and me in. aftl,'.lfing; else, 6 r-i but. ence who n the c~uribsil 0!" of he subject had his eoudJtion, made lately, at nm request, atn not to r,-pn e or compr, I ."
-. iage of e i- n-e It \\,i-+ not lon,-rel he utL-tl,,."t ri.quer I [ .auiiOt obtig.:.yot, .said attracttd 10 the lecte. "T 1 0- 1. abstr'act ol his hou-t-Chold expendll re ho r a
-. --t.sp e c Le d .t t',t ,o u ii eiI y a s. h e c au i-' i n w a l 't I g ]tile t..o b.e a- w'h :- "' y e a r, of ,.d w ere -h e up .'i la -. D D ..
.."-o- -er- -i' .ffel'e1i,:. o.- oilers, ilie e iden- .,.I .irnce-:. *:..'.. '-' --:. -. .". --.... -- lot Ihe same period, ,:,1 another 'riend wh, is London is buih on a hed 01f gravel, beneath
.-:."pl,.eas r 's e, k in baring lIon -,,.aie ._l .-l-uorf .low !.: he." 0d- ~oiht-ds pa-s~sion H-." I L, ***+ I ..AI : ;. .. .... .. -ui me: d, %and eho1>l, oi n lthe d\ a"nnr ; furniScd 11' : a P.1- b 2 In
'. I -ohew vcr -; .'a.d .I -up I ,i Oa-ck, V1. ,- a' he a se rt
t, I -,lpi eL e --I-Nalthig .- oU e ; 'the ol i.- t .,rton ,.+D.JrM.ov(eT?{l lo eco alO- t [ \- bot apa i, ilh inove in e saethieool Ihand f,
.. V i : " o i -. s .. .. '" .- [. n b eaov -linin h e s a id ,fnf"c ti onn ,spts "e"=. s :ei-"te r o f c h l v < h b s e t u B d o d h r

I~ .-*r 'ltman ,whtX"lmd nt loir, .tt u t \i.l.e tbtr Ihe IaU-m, spark Ijsl Io h tlo an I -h-, t n a ntanuer beom ng the r co dt n -at, con
= -. f e l a h e I o n e,- ,J -_ t i l e i n w a g a d n a il. a p 0 b u, .
Mtk e~ ,- Vil tie atie'liiso tisrthhe fl ddn to be sure It btn Iatn I..e &r ro.r,,tl badf managrnri .ad no lte a nuwiand -Ic l tc i i teva d % t

"- -'_ fd r-c otlln,*l+ilust.'tt,ahat thk \v-t.,ok mor,,e thtai'.-. ex iy h."- r.a.K- -,- :.-:a r e .. on "i .av person, near hmi,- w\ere as dislinel almost as 7:- P -r .rvr l .a m ag r- am -., SLU'fce, the water under the' cla' and sand.
-, 11 lud'.,al, and--%% he ton e ,- her e lio a. p;., Inns regarded ttn Itile tlt, tr ,]IM tt %%t are1e lsan tng It M ip iit i Ill
Ui-omn-..os i hi s Tbe<-I.' 1t nothe as .l re '- "" l.- -" "- e .r s ti e ly ro om e :" a g o v n n ... ae -. 'hw th roa efill) -le to mae" aedrig t
-. ..' .I E7. .. (ti. ". a e .*' Y .. o i if of te ,wom an's I I o ha -. a a d .re bo.e oa. -" "'

"- "-h-o, r^tIt.ltuw o"\% i n e oi il .c ari ," I r til e l i an 1d ed9 lf(- I \btuh. o of ,r -i lun no t l the so fo g being d by no an !- -t n Hi3
,. --...=rtrt_.3.sO tplpN-" '],. he ku'rj' f,,ri"eandof lr,'s, oe- r ..+ _. eg -" Co n r" e -.n ed "(.n oana is when I "s e' "hai --- = r 'r
~ -- J r, p. l %%-a- il_.-r a -, --. ". ae r, a s ant d ote g i d .so. B ruc- t o PI the .rs c I s..., o l e part e e -- a fb nt-l r
.. 1 hte ; ..;i iia m; a.. [', aiid es .oIt- r----"o expeI- he .n d h u. I at) explain eIMcetu rl ai l n gly,"
..i:. O ,'ks uo-I t'he. ---u' oleft im du-ihi-. ? .... "h i <.s- u -t -" o- me' hai t ent- red c led ,r oo c ; ".sure I am al- --s s.n e ghe ",trk- tharo ugh I he blen lay to th s and .gsd
:1 .- P ta)t l E.t- fe,e' % l- ld'Es i ,- a-w ih i t), r femh. n ,u- l ld i It oi u. can stay to ot \'- d "par, Wp nith, an 'vou ino. -ow i regumpl ioh ed in th is or enerN anu' o t ur, hlk t is1y 'h Io e a hn c ?at ae s to i am,

-' -. J.a'v 6tt^lnf'v-.1.ieafla fted '" : ""---gl cU ma' "say "-I arar "b i pr -- my uo-': mtae, youl o reare -t msa -h e.-" o si, -are" I-.atm~ r ofrc-tl ta the Kmarch-I no th t I +.e fu r ll ta -min, an-2her lore nh ',"ho~se^-
- ... s,: ohs!no ~ea ardroue a ; . atbr in a hlio s I \by-tr e canh ts' ,i'.ih v t, ,-n richIes. eLr, a rt ahwe, ,,dcieIey u 'd r .LOsalldtoa is o ,al c l' rusk oficm n ie nki is ac cuse oa l been r her ^ 1; bh t of. f ifte? o r oomv t heet an r0l :dh '.-
-.--h dr s e ".rl -t .,. .cn ii u : an ,_-. .r in b. H e-ry .d C arolin, w il a^ -'.i .. e ai h''1hi o l loo re ~r d~ ii d a -li e "o k rrl ca '" a-a i y iv a 'o ph r ol ,i p,.
Jr*,eda^ ^

S- **br. Ir -. 6i ~ hu i rc ee .h' a~ info -a e ep i to-p i ;lh p ee il an r Y u w -n ile by (h s rd A of .1cr' -,ife, talk I of c a ll lookt rupto" Heave and.uh } re e -

- 'ra ..-., u -i.h--L r,,.D,=as \i Ir:i-d f trilktie ol tn-l Htnn rs tcsa- gIa t hat canano m o n ht Sir, e- for e og to be a a to ap p a n ilarbat-. wl, Ico-nshen hata o ld fir s
' am d L o i-beoa ir te fill." ,-and i h e "a- ied ,lenr., '-1) .D .olU 0' A w1 h m s a% tha. -. indeed t t lo e ba- of ar-a g a s- o d.- ... .. ... .. i it -If' a m"riitu/e,
-- -. '. I. "' .: .. s u '. th- ,I l i \- pi n c i b nd 1h e re I, .to g e
-ta]nt? Ott' a part of .f, seem r ha ar h t oe t to oIrn ci t fact that t r i i t I -fo look dtarh

.-;.llei'rior hi s 11 .t .a s clu- f .-r ,and 'w are- -',- (oer o r darlin,"he nr oee ed,-omi tboet e igran .lad s- s- "" _"4. Hall atent rv hath b e .
_...--'j .- .h"ug toi-._ ml a%"e,-,e l ".I- hno 1.i.I k i- e- ." ," .. i.l n, and w w t here- v e-urith -n e-t a s ih e ,eners
,, e -11 1 in o wylie d y woto crv ef C-e-so d h PI nowt that rhey'll' far les Lhan o and a suce-pan .-s wrd h arid dni she i ir t % ell n" r. I cwle tobe ior"G I then

S4'- r, iit..dQ e a d --- .tt+,vs-n itm rz<.'hr-asi i t -"li o .. -' "om^, and d I- ,A -- m, ". .ax ".o I frm ifov emt ert- laei ia he eas and a- w ole tastegs or habitars. of "v ,4 a" P .- .
,- ,v r uiviwe ori ) o b r p v t --funed A s. . ., "- d loo .abroad into- [
,Ye;;, ar Lvu s on e rs MN \ of t i oh n a nli v d itd aasr for an roo, zeal ohe wha ptoae

:.-;, wir e r'_ c's. -+ .. .. -,with ae ows tirtlhe yf t -1.-.. s d c -p w h a- ;- I .- a, :hs -ot pd w tM, tIoIu Ic xe san '-
.-- 1311_-1 \'Lit[ n'erd les it tha e di t o ally pai f r oa" hoe I ne ve wi ather e o am e would do the a chelso s 1 n tle r ,,~. H..,flings, .
'.fir"" ne" w H?5i telv wo-tntil at 'hki ca s ... .. e 'e a r ha e 6f Pli ny's _Thatr of co" prn "I -s snd "a" nife. OO unhPap b hne3 myself us It "in II
t ir- ord le H pp sd .. ._-. VI R .i e e A g tl eo n w "h, frot f T ho i -t ,

tl:1V H(ye1 red- o-tia .e...-hhe dr eoT -.\ 0 las n a nol.d d t ,'ey mhsro rttl a te ; but Tt ,a e t hrough P -- ,.; tomfort .t the asenace of domeiteci., hnr: et witht ene and "hz I. ipoin
.. -.- .. -. .-- ". %%- e r tr u h a p n s is p la -' _l
e -r elnd -- so ... '. il .. a [ eontno tit' he rely'.v loo -- ,uc an d ooe af theddingbest o arsbb., s l n Irder thto i o- L a m. e sn o e nce, decine ,to .. 1,ane our ;-r'P. mA .... ... art-] -% -"" e t-tIhave

i. .- s Iav scarcely tiled befor eene- ,qit i hod o0-ldn ia wen ill 6 'mi ing (.Is e m c r u h~, F ar; b t. ei e %~h m tl rib i yofog a at or ube acth d bis cotd ti ii p m ae Iat e an^ w t u o Il% req uest, ailS o l r i1" :
.. -. 1 .. .. .. e
t evfx~ o. .1 b IusIh A "': w F- a ts4.retur -L.thery and l a n 1'ra 41tkiher i'lo l% with. a t rdntb dit ,mqu you mid o aridniga t exeede d u C0I.Sdrtune i the new an' tUn--1 Ni'd]o_! DON.r h lslssgz
.. .. .- . -. .- o e e o o a I
.'? m e.- had~rld f a thr otth l i.e t e. - kr .. I .- t del [he sa thped-., and r h 1,in d a %% thao he troa ,1.,'k-u *he ap rt as hs
-"- .?d'dretn-tlt ,i. pi df a an. --t r D., perh pt ad h e, "'.I know tgh ia- "I ... was in leep of Iu at's has people b a the es o n ,a be t,, l ote nnit s t o. a.loo.-aoed o trael, bn
:, M. *-ir. TI-e i re{ ]t. e1se a udt -.- Por e 0. 0 aI. to Henr, to e Idse h eon i ou hthe r was spao in ever a d ro the wid Dbwi or, in like ner, fureh-he d whu- ih sis .. .. o f bnlue wt h han. ^ 200 fa 00
.- f .[ c ni c- a

.F 'lli^ee.seez o -it .^ ." ha .hdeter it I' you'as bvehc fimp rtn pt ts-. ou. couldnt aboutinga~~ p fory sof tw l.r yow, Ire oandmis gni e rhadl s htple In tire a r woeds phi.-. s,.,. --t.,e apt ret ar-t, jus c. rh ism
.- Ita't\.j .J- hec't bt y-te --r 'I d n, iv.r,.ied ito ney ou...rd po arties ( hae sh eho -o,,or, i- of a d, in hostile isa01 oe tpi- uo e m whie to rad lis ow life, and
: ".- ftei: c e tald wai 'i: : ed ht -uit athe l bDd you,.- to tile.s you b o l 'hav'tl .- JSnv o' m cm e bs- aener and afairhole h:-e a.i -a thin hi of' t e ch alk, .tasp 1rets B1ed d tdsbre-
'- n ,-hil1-C- d nut I ,i it ll,' -he on it, loue i amls eed; h has n o r t nree h utb hhn cnse of"

-^J.'.z tile^ibs-ppe ulo erl Hor 'mm ilent- spar, and f'?~or h a niresn- wiN %%oul n't; l but ishaany wreasonw h' o which, to a.,y b~~ nieloc fH vhi.p -d Oxforshir a-if cnes i its har d

-_ hr-.. ... .- -. d. eaIttnti-s. .I- ].-to... pusep rted .' r the -naohee F ,1 Ite e a s eistil c wo l do not sa y I hat, al.ush ,.nld oa o-,,i no one ball werk at.. : h l l ,
,- 1illll~w-e-edt6 -10p vry My .u Iinc -l. QV b kou woud obI ce bdhm d a. fau-lad i, c~ ,I 1rci al mri- I w11 -il .-u oul alwN ,

Z ...-at ed id o So_'eL h. lo re -lwr e ut .or coter thise- conersati n os, "eor the lo-e oo aiy h ( wa dIaning, a. h .ay pssuhplv l j.o cent, t he w atpinder __e -ad semand.n.
I tC tchi:dr-.. n T- ll'wed .", \- *. ^owued have o. ehog. C onn or yo ur (I a0hedma n esties are,, aith- gravl t i f a ter !-lit
t '6- I'XQ -i I114e; lh'41 i-'.]b-o+ml, J her' cW..essar...- ar d a- [ ._e .. s veha -edd.ot tf.a arn'.h admittinngh d te a e oulha e thaetu ttls their"(tal h

.iclean heis n ohart Hlii i t. '. h d "nl. .." "' e ide cs.. aikerI d a m pe .i, i.,r la nd ,o I-,. fli, fe.i d i de p r b ,-- e." i n hi ,
-'.T4*LM S --a tj )i-6114) do mak" n t I know it,1 u re pid I h-, l 1i .. I a nt de a r," proiep ed -eo lnun,' daos 1 01 l the il aio i k itt l .is i su_,t;d ,'ouL- u X I f, a -nant -'Upu, !i -i "n-+" -

^ pvrt* '.ao d .al s t-rom me "0e como n tt 01 thei r old iok l .,gnl it-hoe ven ng-prit g bou hr apost-aj the p ries t, .bale hm. o no do d. el. ieisn--'Iabs rdly otherrequii, tea ih. a3 2 "'^ -.
a Il-_ .. o d h -,'.o.n .:7d, m.e, .- :tl.e'.-as ou r -ou r..e, supposee w e mu st l "o,; an hin m otheanebar ain, o_.ed be ,aif e, w h out ha n l touJh upolfo tue n o te om no.thin ore tw i tor

.- oi l:ee t -l o' i t 'Ihe-,: w le im tlc, o f -ri." ha reS. sure 10lm ak e as ul 7iatd just as rou h;wb. I-e ,of,, a nil ael ound cl a be vi tal through ib elue.- lr.Pai^ .a tot e r fndwllt]
-^~a -^e^ ^ *'~ rawaty HenryI.1 -yrne .eta nlor, ond th% nunNl i % 1 'ol.- ,- -oe -.ou --hretn goo scr." chest Itas' soo asbefundan asmel to &xf;4 opn". 1 ~.^vS'^S-

S. .( t P t p *. I d at t l .- h l- .. ... S *..
.l i r,.' .- r l
h. -an d~ wJivli i .h-vi,bt.o 4 ~ ee th.- yo." i- ,a ,.t u, h, .tiey -o Yuo--u~ are, sheoin ar;t er~t: said to- ;i--"' Fa'o-wee nore th ,bi:. lutra,, e i ke tm ea ., hfsouintasuin,,.. at this ,ne~
- ,k.f %%L_.. j -tIe will + I \.'k. c aIll. 'd, he % ou6 1-1 N otr,:'+t hri won. .,i~ 1. .1de 'b .,t .o 'r ,n ,,u an aw r .0a .n thi av wlgiauriTa~~ hand "' -, "c :, I. .." ahd
-. erhpu:, Mi fa.-,h y k. 11-fre1smne,'tsig Mri." wot'di. -.ns:. "u tha -- s !iftb hz d eahb d and think. o- Go me y- vin' bara risms l when Iboth t r t hatct a kn o ldgcn n e. Ia\ ,a I.l '-, h, tt.: or t .r it-(~a
n nh law, I i t hv. -I a .- '' B f) 6 o h-dd d e e : l e t n : t

*'OT,~,,t Mr.. iane ,i hadi slaiets,| -xte ol'mdsed caio
..' ?'-7,:edal- ehlr.r.... 1. 1'. .. exallnnti". c. i... .."B.n(- cfl~i. rit sadx~r, st.n, "" Conno, day. l'tg~n onra di~ rninenl f"vr .n o-m e ., t h i h ran~r a hasrn ed

.o-.- o.++__ .,.- ..+ ..V) (tlo ed 'n 4e- E._U 4.1 I f .if Ii-t o e." -1 hear,. t upo i aidn'I eltepts N'a I wo lde ldse ta ,m c ac. i,,t o t.Ol c ,,s or the ht'rca~l;rd- b ti ah a s iu~lna

s .. ., ,..
...-,.,, p-.' Tr inL~h .-Arez l-n~ vl._. neearul'ea:-s attnio np "in- hatl -"_.- -u. I amari .oom n. a,.u no Nt.J n fr om me hepin-t ; m na htr ay largad ,.lloheD, ias nofln W- te thnas pt a,:tmi ,.'al nd a ual rlna"'~sJ~ t~lo~f.

"- _- +ta.l l o \o e n a imbt .f Tt. ag~dm ,sr om k ard-a oe asvou cign tn usin -ari thai ec tomp ass, et that ~ru th e m~c in--f. +"' -" +"
.- X .. I itu onm, o of re '- moq te .n ot- e r~st as an
... ...., .le he -sntath m -was.ou eq hae ouhlo itl tha theis frl,.atndsI' ot I o, -etlio in ".' ---sa c ah en rahC .I--I
JWi.;.,h &I"trssl Vig--,T pi- a aoi i .a U i hat be~i thoesilt, ~ an neve r l d too pe i dete U-0 o t~sitn e %ok,. a, upcy i h nr -.~ ti 'le-- -e apr o,+vd] f'h
.' '~~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~ ., .- nloA Erk u-1 a-w e gahy er if enly" wer e se o, .I Ch nulas oe 'm noiiottiersad od8euhv..h s a wl soon as h e. ;, N ei h n-ef irl te call rv erfo -m i d- ,)(+ '''r
i." [ ~d d~ p i- "- .. .-. ` nie tte i oinle- tim- e --an de th t Gl ", .- hn h wa d ir. whs ee .i -u ,,r s. n The ch is .e ro n wit .. .

y-%v a-isyo ? ed withhfiliallovedfe and Caro mother. Oh -grant it may be so, mnarciful Religion giv(s us new natures. ft corarols a u tit, ni rose( ,be ,got..
t- -" fl'y'-'-.' .. the old people passed the remainder of their Jasus this day "he passions, drec-s inelLalions and confines V ,,l" book-
Tl'..- M'-. ined.Mr' -- days in peace. and happy As., .. Honerahagr." -dires proper andes ,5;le linans. > <,lti,; f b1,u t-
.. ^ theimvcferk t lumat ny hottse "ell, darling what is it." makes us conscious of our o%, n errors and iur
', ,,r ,neel hat is,:.tAr an if' it had r,:ctived antv injur
t lo"nilgrta sm .O "The-re's another thing thal troubles me ; short-comings, and so enables us to bear with by confinentlnt in the hohJ of' the \cssel For
"-. ^ ^ IQ .$bll.,3vexL.a 'succession of'inqiuirie, .I'C NT OF THJ-PHOENIx. ni,'er knew what it was to feel myself far our neighbor's weaknesses_ and failings. It is ,o' na y e l it IoI. lh le w Ords
._4h1e' a-J iety and solicitudee that "Pro-fesnor Rennie, ii a recent lecture at f.ron my.own till now." the parent of c.cry kind and graceful eln. 110A %%. i, ..; in two sn1all %01,-
-tidhi-aBlanev "eidd feel-lo all. of which the King's College, gave an elaborate ac- low is that, my .dear I: therefore Hy It do%% n as an incontrovert,- ur,,,? ; %ti.-."n h l%% ent to ,,... 1 rI ai1-
Faney:repl.ied, !.her-petrect satisfaction. count of the far-famed Phoenix, which ought My bones won't rest in my own counthq.y ble maxim, that no uuion call be permanently I ,o n him r0ght wh,..n
Yo u lct i' Qto "He1':.Iry ?"1 said the old mail, to prove not a little interesting to individuals I won't steep wid them that belong to me.- happy w here religion does not intervene. T lel i lu,:,t "i.'a passage)--haitng 1th,-- book
;.ng lfh. heaa. Y6 hi staff; well, sir, then trading under the name of this bird i'n insu- How will I die ih a sthrahge grave, an' in a den y, this %vere to deny the scripture, %which y te, I a-,ked and he 3 assented- h r
.^ new^ -.^ 'a lad as ever ived; God rance offices, iron copnies; engne facto- far land Oh, will no one bring me back to affirmeth that "a every good and perfect gil't iron ; 'ver goao ahe thrrd ch pter o Pr,-b
_s't' '"_, :HWbless hiin or his'" good- ri-.s, stage-cvaches, steam-packets, race hqr- my own!" cometh down from GCod. I lc \Ve sat %%ith thie iahlcu ,een ols, his ees.
-17' h- ses, eo-.wharv-e,.coffee-houses and inhume- The untutored sympathies of neither wife. t a .-- t o ad tae la d ne. Ns, sevs
5k-.*a ii'hvoice, wuLe-lahd leajrs chased rable oier heteogencous things-imagined, nor son could resist this beautiful and affect ....
M.- t...rtown ht*^ehee". --- may be suppo1ed,'to derivR a mysterious ing iraiof natre, and the 'd ying love of bent if your ladv's, mind, so far as literature I, Mr- Paine, pill .'urself in v my situation-
4,- ~~~ ~ .. t ei u n r s concerned, let her accom pany y 'ou 14: nIv a po or sick stranger, just entering on thfe un-
-i<]y .is a--rihv fellowv to be sure," said inflnenee from the name Phoenix. The ear- one's own land, emanating, as ie did, so unex-
'"'+""+" 6d'-plae a wvn fUled purse"'-fiest ac"'ount o the Phoe'"ix is given by He- pectedly, from a heart otherwise Insensible to fend Symingons Emporium, and request tried scene, ol life, without & ilot, and con-
of'' t he'.. o-ldtKx maire. fiae ptrse to selest fromn olhePoe nintns Esporeu and f rerues t ar1110 ledi iet' Non can, a \, (fiho o rean
-^ .1^'18^' 01"1ldmae"'- He is a "vor- rodotuq, the lathei 'of history ; and this has the ordinary tenderness of life. her o select from his store of Iomes a volume eeive If you can, a se. of iructi,_,ns more
whr t oe vore s id h may be an appropriate present to your suital~le. Wl ti rv ,a t ee
"ta^,.' .sha1 -not -want... -- friends, be been copied Tith. additions, (a story seldom Sure you are at home, avoureen," said st. 'h is a test prese more" ell s. It droh aa, yonnmee
41 '-loses in its "ttasmission,) by Pliny Tacitus, Honor ; an' will rest wid your friends and retul base a lether wnllspecte and my ecarreer with a heart as light as a
.-^^^ fthn e ttage:.. Pomponius, Md'a, Horapolla, Mariana,. and relations tlnat have gone before you," -" -elul beas-ugtc nupce.I yne are il er slgta
.,by",said he mentayv, as-he was other writers; Among the rest, our.old En- "-No," said he, '" I'm not; I'm far away acted conversation she might dote upon Hart- feather, trusting to Him who has all creation
t elT,-a^loeg.,-rurminatig on his inter- glish % riler Barthblomew Glantville, as trans- from them; but now I feel 'more con, dorted; herah More, but depend up se ea wll select on his arm and feeds heru at hi s board. He
e-%VIq^^ e ',, shalt not want wealth lated by Trevisor, and priced in black letter I have one wid me that's dearer than them all1 he namesae Tom, i" she really prefr the heard wiihout interruption, when palling te
ir.itq-l^ttais e happixess. 'I be- by \Vnken' de Woide n .i 498, says :-i- 5t. Conjnor and I wiU sleep together ; won't we' other, probaum. est. on the hed with :a0good"alured smile-I
W y` -ei h i o vit u t 111 a d oi M d e s .h e s h a ll. "h r o e i n .... -. : of th"' C n o A ll," s a id h e b t t o r t g e n th u -
_a Ambrose, Examer,. sayth: of the hu- ConnMr i, [ode of Proposal.-A difference of opin- the nigh
4-i.'k hKiKsrla ,et,- r a oui or ashes of foenixi aristh a newe This affeetionatetransition from every other ion exists, as to whether an offer of marriage siast e parted lor the night
`d if -ih b,,Trde and wexetbh and^'noace. of tyme, he earthly object to himself, so powerfullamote should be made through the medium of a I
[l..t^.1'!?r1"O+ t~rue. state 6f then-' isr _1lithcd-wi-" fet drs.afd wyngis, and 're- the sonis heart, that he could not repy."" thirg-'party-in writing--or directly, and in Braut..--Ve have high authority for the
e"^^ ^ -.n'tot6:-d ir^". room r1ext ,stored into the kind''brde, aad is the -'hat aids him, Connor ?" said hif wtfe. person to the lady herself If mv advice opinion that perfect loveliness isao'ly to be
"eyh,s-'amral ti-e-i ,,- CarfotneLwas most fairest bvrdc that "--nost"ike to te '" Help me keeoup his head-Saver above !" were craved, I should at once recommend the Jtbun, where the features, eenr when most
",_-"g;.= .... peecoek in-fethers, and 1.v.eth wilderness, and Connor raised his head, but saw at a glance, latter of thesc courses, and for this. rloun, beautiful, dcrivcflheir peculiar charnt fromnthe
.-.'.'T t.1'eave ts to .go to eaderth', nrhii 'meh 'of eleane greenes arTd that tho last struggle in the old man's hear' inttr a/iu, that it %%ill afford you all opporm- ewic-l-i., and gentleuessol'tlJpo!ii.',i hh..!i
:h.-.- 'elesy. -.bsel'. rury s. Alanits spekeith f thia hyrde, and' was over. The tiuscr was no n"re. y tuoi .tt','ctt,.llv <-f i,,e'ire of iI,: cio.l, t iin-.n,':' rxpr,- -.
nit) moi A Ii -". .:"i mI l i ilu n of i lii

' Soanua, rJLuWae9?:lS -. i,o~ >.,i
.. .. .- ll g ll~ P-h..~o ^ ,, t ; ,(," t ,r,,
T,) the LaJe's.qf pCorgi,, and.Cf..he Sql hgpB_ Uy,
thie fo>o', inn pl.'n is mot rfrnectfullv submitted.
Il i liropid Itbarti Wf rceic~rb& 4h~saj_-s- "i""
,ehl ion, andrru. t.dt'aqpr~b^K(),siji .:, 71
it iS sIur their espe.iel bcnefil that
"'.** -t, '.,".'. <> r'f .n' .. ~ v
POSPE(Y-Tr.U. ...
IN nl'ttihtl+g 1llc I.ljwIntg pjan, we would first call
-rtlc atrer.4,-,i ;t6f.r'[o trtfieiS'la a.B' lh Ju e hd feel
n'.ri.6:;i;^tard .wha),a:e.,tbotv i.)iat-do. noI')Fr-e/^-
Ula i.i ,, ,.l'. niltn i ti e Jt.olfh s x 3-o the r"eSe.t
,'at~oiis wl, n,:h n~sie rI'< -iu,-ar -o- a ged-., n-political dis-
q^u7+x:,. 0f4k 1.-,,er!nt.,g-.tce.ln- tIth. %cc usatnon% .dq-
1iT._ 'bsc, ana eviiry lthp- (o~m r i";f wordv warfare_-
<,i'i.:d, on. i'latvguj'fi requerAl- UVtikt'4f r 'ea"rsp.-
litit." and,'hlWm 6io.ukLfc ll-P[ deiihe.apandg,.lce.
]jh,-',h ,-,Ajrnn ',ifepc.j y to tie Jefialc e jvLcter. "
Othe lfte Iwri ta i* ptp 'pf =l)bli l^ botldf th1FiW-.
tomuac., there is noi ortn .e .07tii lv, dedi"Lte Iftothe
L.\DIES' \ hav%. eli this as'a'v..!n wCich ought,,
1.) t. sopplie pr.p ncl.."inr efr .rt od
si.), e0:,i t,.d,, i-nillatlo -' o-lea 3vora ..Jll be erov,,ned.wish
,w.':e-:, if t.c. can only curee the eo-operation
-A ,lt?:'e fnr %%hos w-.nlrthir b .-i' abLt 1o labor- 'tIre
LL.11: .I Of he. _Soub. ".r \\o c et,?.'tanaet, that. ,
,c i-' iritrllIl2"f t niind ".inono the other se x dl view.
.itl, appr, ba .rL n, and aid in s-s':iaininn.-, a "iirer pizi'
d,: t,:,i~ J. m ,iir i ,:,ve the ,yiiid s^) l ,ho t..-=m t h l^a k otf
tol].:..: 1 Q, I.',I.:-,, ,J sotihi 'o"ne'par'on.ahT, 6il would .
"P.',: ;l, ;. W hA s Wfr,::,v6Ml a 's1"' ,," ,,,-v t
,V\a l-'a tou fltl rdl'tlla'nfleldrllit-'T
.,e.tiyt ,iI''ttei.'{l,.l(al.l9i..atrO ljgl)e.d olf [It rLLq.,0,4rc.i s 1.i8(ro m]Bda. Tqe. iat .- u +",
.h:r s,,[:ii r ..k (t iciaf. a. t, tna, 1t-gqt!Lj.Jiytelru-lled tll .f
+ ~ Pa .!... .J- iI .
Md'litVa l radia he' :ACfAClTrpkelofe o"W41in....t r-&4F
,loprl of creation-" have been forced to ackeelaftofl
ilrit the. 'e.nahe muind,.iaf3Js delpi1 l^ -
fpa,',tv and ime|].e-lual-cndoiiwncnts-", .iJsLdt -6L.icsntV
liti ,, It is posses.sed of-" ipdehnor dcflcacy land' I .CU t^,W
Lont was nom-n's mind herd in thraldom, l]nq'.Wy..
h r px.-,N under ted. and Iorccd to remain -inartjj.;;
or uhi. tt'he.ns"d Liy the .tofc of conventional arrai V7',
nicnt ; but her chains we brokc'T, and hr liberty 1Z
been pr',i.:lhih,,i:d. 'the "artjile or Moslem faith, that
"\'oMa, r, ha\.ehal o so'Jl. no longer Otains among ui.
Let the Ladles now, as.ert ,lhetromn privi.tge, anM We
offcr imcru, in our proposed workL, a inedium, fr the ex-
pr<,r;i;on of their ,-,n i e.vs and belhncuts.on aV, that
appertains, in anN degree, to thie welfare and improvo-
uh nit of their -:e,.
In off,:r rjg the plan of a SOUTHERN LADIES'
BOOK, we do not inland 0t31atl11.all be precisely'sim- ,
ilar to a work of tle name, al the north. %Ve leave
to our. northern coope.ipor.'ry pictorial -.representations
if I s .....n and do .ep ot the e ube llishm en t of Ihe per-
,in be it o&thK_(' Ide a garb of punty; elegAlke,
11iner, nt, W.jrac.,'for the adornment Of' the"oufl.:
.MIt hjt rway Jrntnbute to fkr. t hear't,.rigorate the
-rnuil, pJnify the affections,^g. re.( the manner,
shall be out especial care. ty be a use-
ful aid lo the youn,. and 1 .' lF^au"tifli, in prepa-
rin. then-.elvbs for the dic|Di^ oi noble and ar-
duous duties which de% ol iv' bi, in-,'her va-ed
capacIti ,)" daughLer, .a .. And we repeat,
that in itie acconiplishnient.ja s'h enterprize, ,ie
confdernlv expect the aid aid support o1f" tlne e/ight-
cned and .udici-i~us of both. sexes. A.rrangemneiits 'for
regular aid will be n de with, iseerat ladies- whose-
|ih0ductivns have ah'ejily gained then high fame i ntli
lherarv %,orld-and s,\eral gcnilemou of distingulh.
,tai, ,,seni- hltvr as l r dscni,,lffutoaf
frLIE1 A lioni -sccitc!. ~ s vd&14Sir~~tej,17ind MtsraF."

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o t he er nda Byi OcLober. .L-... ,e
rable3lAf all who*'pr~pose*~l;becotnelp~iW1lfll^
tend at ihe beguiruag of lhOjj.Czs.oP.,AU~e~a~rly jS
orgranizaliou of the @lasses ib important to thle carya
on of our plan%. aM3To Tr andi -e --u al c-ornptlona-l
[lie mernemW;,r-o-aiih acdass^ To w iovbe F~iats
embarrassruent in 'ihe disniibution of .Ciduv-an,*>^
lficilizate tlhe [irournss of tlhe s commendn pa:rem sand guar.Jians luO'ffinig'-tHiefailtBillA
and Aard-; at tia opcnaig of ,he ic ,.. .-Ve A.
1'.) rcl:c'c pirr patrons, %%ho 1. duiqtatrfrfnm us. 6f
all uiinece sarv an_,r., we assur" "h.'n a'w..i ,
?i>ilnf~s atilcnit n, kindly and cons~tant. bshall be-r~iylM
('l. ond l-i 13 [IroIUPi information i-Lall. be gi it ra
sni %% Imn ami reasonable ground of a ieffiaf'kes-'
w-s fa~iin^ lull connldenccoiirsclkcs in so~ieiiu
of' the location. a vanfiidence founded Botlt xel
.:iiLr; of Illir I i-l winm, and the fact klgg llt g~e '
famnilv, with Mo )%oun(g ladim" memibers Ibnh"5Kitli?'
lion, have r...ained durin-I the %% ole su"e withoutt
11niCrruplio'i of h(31111, \%%e beg our frigrdsto dliscredit.
eig erjlv-l ri- v.^s 1.1 and I l talr lha( om -
"" '+aill '1' It .;e

=t~eL gelriicncV in the country If at .4f (I umefjt
,, d 'i-, "> plF,".:o 1 i f ,
Thec Priin. r, llrpailiirtitn ] go inlooj4itIOMi11111-
,;,k e,-

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Millnthe fui,'r. am4id Fancy GOODS.cI -
;,i.1- 7K."1ji-i NN .)T1 "- iiriporl'cd direct fo ~ aS
lacLr-rcrs in hipland, Fra~nce; and LUrfniAnY,'il~hjd 1A
vraiiiis all whole le or retail, a-, before, No. loip S; :
tired ca. New-Yoregm'k He has ns, Pistols, &lNel, Mlw ,
kots. Ceuannzatondl Clane KH S. in great % theneq.
am b'ast.smg 2:nd Fpi I ing TaAlfn of eery kind-
lClat I-cockL, OlOC-L'andrs cast steel Pocklar w- it 13.-
nor in any pipol for a safe guard or'A
lrim a long rddpm.e in Eifland, oMs altli, O" I.
pri r3l-e of Ei.ropatrn Hardaro anil Fatncy 'fooda. s, (;4
hug, been enabled to obtaa, goods from tasu e f ih m tlb"t
end o_'Ns thcni atln holeIale, ol thip l n Io.LgMe,
ling:,: ain Ih\ ordo r, prom plfor atlny al. b ~irS a.,
shipped to an' v part ofhcn n e nairond Stales, bv o heaief-
o|.pUrliniiv. ~ IDAM W. S(Eb -
t'n 192 Pearl iucct, n New-Voik,-
No% 15- if .r" ,

IIE undersigned have received by recent &*'i&-
and opened at their stores, Nos. i and 2 BerryV
Row, a gem ral and well assorted stock of FA Li A N.
WINTER GOODS. consisting in part of- '
Bagging and B.le Ropc .... .'
.e.-ecs and Keseys, -i ^
Freneh, Vhimeny, Dutfiel, and T'illca BltkI
L.owell, Nos I and 2, Ognaburg,
IHeavv Russet Brogans, '
icel Brussc Is and ScoLch Carpt,
Brussels, l' II a1jd Taft*4 Augm( :
Fashionable &ass Fenders and ,arved Anifiuii
NMiogany Oat-Framed Mant Ola-,eg," *s
Feathers, and Ded.eadl," ,
\'ih a, general a&'-oftmnint of choie Gr HIBJJ
were and Curfr., StStU ,uit.e'lincyl'Diqr I il
Boots and H4"a niyk Oapq Q "lulE l
\\are,, Pckle%, U'Iti ips Jrlliea, Jai Sy toruf ,
All Milch'they ow( iInnf,.g -,
at theiru usual low plrlppB. i 3 B
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