1 not t ii n t.o uv or imisai:; hut t ii i: whi.fauk or it o ji i:. ST ACT. F IHi S B AY, 1 3J N E 23, 1837. B3Y ffff.H?. a KncJitur roit r.niM)iir. it v u. i.. iiet.wr.u. I It is mil tint mil' culler heaven Ru'iipe its A pnl slnmpis, Of lll.lt III cllilllllnndMll'.lll HgilOtl No MiiiKi iiiuiil tin tl i w ft i Ah ! I wnii'il whli i if r i; nil iiiiiiic.-t ic.ii' Tli.tl's c.it It'll n by 1 1 1 limits' ! Yihiii,' ilimijli c In1, tliu p,il m fillip, Till' pte-cnl ftcl im .soirmv ; I'm lni( 1 1 1 1 1 - liiihl hi cicty iliin;; 'l li.it uiul-i ii null ilie ninno'V. I. ike sunlit nl nle.-i, 'I lie iliinnie-t fli,i!c Sonip m?v Ihmiii rim Iiiiiiivv. II It h mil ill. H inn' l.i 1 1 ci M'iii-3 Ol' c.i ir inr n"n wholly, Hill smile. le-s c ifily ill oe I lie tp.it", Ami wound-'.tic hi'.ili'il mmo.-luly Ami uiciiiou V low To I,.,, ....' ', Mnkrs j"V j im) In i j In, iinhiily. Ami ewn fled tin- Ii is-biuv 'I'll n Minli'il In n t luiiih u ri i; nVr im ; If tm in fliiinlil Inn-l, inn lieci 1 ue gn, A ill en y w.iste I cfote ik ; Ami, wiili the s or 1I11M1..11 juv.; We'll' IikiI.u llir .-1, ill' hnre 11, 1 imitations ok uoitVci:. otii. 7 ru. book iv. I The .nos line fled. I'lic ictd.iiit gr.ii lil'IIIIIK Illlt'W III d'M'k the pi, 1111, The mi'- n'-iiiiii' lift fciuicuin le.tic-i, Anil I't.nili iv iig.uii. II TI10 livciiiiii Hii'.iiik within their hank Willi ucihIc i-iti 1 i-iiic iilniig ; TIlP U lli'Nvillil- spoil ill luiJM'll'il IdljC-l, nil iiii'iiv d.oii'i: .ni l t n . Ill I'll'1 ili.iiiin; M'nr, llii- uinpil Imtirs 'l ll.ll s I' ll llll' jllMHK liulll IIU.IV 'rinii.iiin i li.i.-ti'iiin tc--un ;iii!, Ami wlit.-iei of ili'c.i . IV The .-mm-ili'anliu In 'i'iiiIi' imU, I'ltc Spi 111 in Siiiiiinci-ijincKH ii'liU ; - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I lull i-lllll-i lift f 1 tills". Ami v inter 1 nil.-, llii- fields. ' Snon shall I he Mvifilj.iullhij iiioiiiIh I J f-nn llii- niiiK of I lie ve.ir. And whipt liiii !.'.ili'.', mill iSmiihi cr'tf liliimn Ami AiiUitnii's Ii iiii.- mi iiii npne.ti'. 1 lint 111.111, iilns ! vvlini mice Ac llir, IN' 1 n' cli.iiit' line ii'mii.ilmii kimiw, lint lised .iiiiuns ilit- ion pll.li Ir'S I.il'S III ii 1. 111 icpo-i'. VII V.i-c iIiimi In Iiii iiil Inr "reedy licim : I'd I' 1 ii'inl-liip aim 1 1 1 p.i : 1I.1 I'll!' wlll'll llll CHI! nf 1 ,110 Il.i.- Inn 1 ic.l ilic VIII fli.ii'i.i- nil, I'-ltll f ! Km im.il Iiii :li, ici IViir pn'i cm ilit'ii I.m n I.orp is ciiMipicicil li ilm Anil fill's; Ii ii-m-i mi mn'ii', Jhii lingon Mine S, 1 -:J7. Tin: ntir.-ir and tiii: .Mui.nuititv 'I'i.tj:. UVTIir. AUrtlOII OK HfADLoNO IIM.r.. Did wi lir.ir nf iiii! (' 10 ulio moiniii'il In., in.uc, Ami II. CI I ilv llllllcil .ll,;ll;; In lllf 1,11,- f A t iciiiiiii' iiii'ic li.iciiililc nunc cicr Iip.iiiI. In tlie ln'ilil nl'licf Ppcnl rln wniiM li,i .,i n ,,v Anil .ijj.t in with a until uln n ilip Cm .ui-c.n 'JItyl' Aitic.ii id llm .np ofihofiij lie tiiili", III It- llic -mi til'.-'cpicinlicr iiil In illi.uil ly glimnlt Till "null I'l II lll.-l'lllclcil, w llll cc i,f lMic, A mull. iii ( 1 1 in a licdc nf i ill' h i,u , On Uniulis ton j an, I Inl'ij, in in.niy ,i ni'h CHt. Him,' l,iii', lil.ii l, mill ylo.--j, Hit! he.iiinfil I't nil. l'lii! Cm, tic iii- Itnnaiy iiml iltir.iv in hoo: ; fniii; H'1 f'' I limn llm ilium-, llm' tic ImtM fur Mil- W itli a urn. I In; lit n -H .1 llic ci.nicci Keen fpictl, A ml In- Miiml iij el mi tin; Ii.icU nf Iik n cil; On llm ,mi,. i.Pini)il, ulicn ilicciciiiiniiMiuiil llll Ami he y.nlicicil llm ft nil uli ,u 0IJV 1H o,M)l fin, "Fmv nCM'f," lie llirmsln, "u.Kit ci cum e n I :ti rj, So (Inci u, hi inn', ii ni I'xicllcin imiii', So, hoi,!, mm- 1 Mm,,!' (,,h, . ,,,.,! ,, j,lmllllj A-h.ilc itmlnx hii'.uly n, il'mi llic anntml, 'cl limv It nl it l.ccn, tfpi.ini. ii n f tier iliw w.iv, M ail , ill e i' no iniriliiuf, lint cli.tncM i't,t Jlcy !" f I " illl III- llC.nl ill llll! IlllllllPltv doc, Ami lie -poKi! out nli.tul in lii Imp ici'ci ic ; Al llic i-onii'l nl lint mntl.ilip (-noil in no iii.nli- ; pn-li Anil iloun ucnl the I'm ai in ;i u ilil-ln ir Im.-li: I'1' " inlictcil. Km I, if, on Iiii itim uv jiici tt lic.l, Much that will muy bethought, cunnot vihehj I'l nm . Y. llm AniiTicinJ SI N G U I . A It (.'() 1 1 It US I't ) N I ) K ( : 15 fdr. Hdltur You will probihly recollect of publishing an eyirnct Imin a Ltinihui paper tome lime lal fall, rcspeclino the present cuidiiioii of Mi,., IANNAI, )"liwyl viv.it). diniohler of lto,,.f, Iiuinlieid, nilthur nl the Farmer's liny, &c. Also, i.u I'Xtract frinii a coinniuiiicui um nf 011110' on the subject, with some edilimal remarlis. You will also recollect of forwardin-r a a tiitspiye from tne tn 1 he lady in question. As theieiti no bindino secrecy about the nfi'air, and circumstances having ehuiied smile curiosity nuiiing my female iicqunin tnnces, which I have no objection to gratify, I submit the correspondence to your ditcreimn. l!einw you have a copy. "Ami Yarh Ortuber '20, f!3B "Dear .Madaiii Imagine my surprise on peeing , nn extract limn 11 London paper containing' an advertisement from Ihe daughter f Rohi'.ut Ui.uu.Mrir.i.ii, owe a jmpulur puet in llr.glmul, for u situation us iruveructia, or nurse in smim gentlemun'is family. "Now, if you nre young and handsome, nnd posicss unv of your worthy father's genius, and will leave your iniiivn In nil and conic lo A,(nencu, your poetical glory shall not ,) obrcurcd by vwniitl servitude. jdii you siKin ue uiesseu wun a yuuiig husuttnu, WHO is ample able lo support you above 1110 frowns of poverty, and will 're mit lo you money enough lo bear von ncrnns ibo ocenn wave lo our lioipitublu eaorcs. "Vnu tio iloulii will (Ircm lhin tnmnii tic )rnpc(iitioii ; 1 only hope U tuny provo rriiitiiticn in rrnl life.' "Willi yti'iit rrtprci, 1 mil, vmirp inilv. .. HiM turn "Tn Mies Hannah lii.oojtrtni.u, Ltimlnii." ANSWER. "IhtruSI. 7.Vmioi('. Sujl'nlL', Janimri 20, l!)37. .11 .Mrs. GcnrSc lltt(njleld J High llit.vcr ilrtcl. 'Sir: ll !- (-itioiilnr i Imt tin; otilv nn tico my nilvrii-i'iiii'iit Iki ever rcneivrtl. llioiiirh ihrui' timi rcpciiii'il, tJinulil linvi ('(iilil1 friiin ,n ili.-lr.nt ii Inml. It m vrry irrniifyino; in ir.u kmiw licit my Ch'Ik"'" vir'nc., lis wvll ns Ins pncl ii'nl hum lis, nrc jiiilly (Um iikmI in your ciiiiniry. mill llml In V'Hir t-'iMiM.' of ilioii) i t w nijr vniir Fvm- pntliy fur 'ii-i clnlilrcn, As I r.'iniint pnr. Milt lllVi-i'if In (inlllil the irnniliii'J-t nf vmir inntH'o Inr vnu r hiiifrtitar d nil iiimuntic pmpnsnl. I will ni'-wi-r H rnmlitllv 'Wort! 1 inclined In lenvu mv unlive In ml, which I coiilts- 1 -huuhl hcsilnli' In ii", Willi tin- fnird linpc, I cniild tifit nvnil inysplt nl your nlli'r, ri'iicrnus n it i-t, (I) r n have n-gniiicil Inr me voiillinnd henniv. When V'ni lifnr ilint I nm iho i lilc-t nf niv liulicrV rlnlilriMi, yon will not, porhnpa, Im nrpri.-cil ilinl I nm Inrtv five vcar- nld I'l-rliiip mv waul nf nicct'.-s in ('t!tlui" a iiiiiiiiini (for I inn s-iill M-i'l.iny.l i oivmu is much In iIihu-Ih ilclicali; licalilt, nml In my never liavniL' vd let' tt in hmvico. siiici' il hn-! heen ntijectoil to in llio lew I'hatici'tt which privnli- frieiiil-hip has r.fi'.'r uil In me. Iiil llii- rcaMin mv advcri ii'- nicittt, have nut been noticed, is nri.lialtlv owing in Ihi'ir not havino I) o 0 1 1 i-eep liy any who arc niior'..-le(l in the -nine, fur, lit llio crnwd nf nt.'ier claimants In notice. I 'in vo Inn n had chnncu. '.M v Im her find nut lo complain, nor have Ins children ihat his talents nnd Ins virtue- wort) not tlnlv appreciated in hi. ovvii count ry ; it wr Irnm the mlu which hi- p.ieni- IimiiiiI Dial ho w.n nhle lo main tain and lirmir up his family. Jul he live) iivcniv Iimi vear- alier ilie pnhlicai inn nt 'Fa'iner's 15 tv,' nnd litis been dead thirteen years. In 'hat time the -do mti-l nitltiralhj decline, ntnl, hv I hi! expiratinn of copyni.'ltt, lin y have hocniiiu public nmpcr ty, his familv hnvo !( -r ccaet-d to derive mv ln'iiefn Irnm them. "I was, I l hint;, ntilorlllilato in not try in j in rei intit mtvico at the tunc of mv father':, death, when, public pyinpH by be m excited, it mi''ht perhap-i Itave niccee- did. !5nl I Ihl'li .iccepled ilm priipiii-nl nt .1 liciievnlrnt and wimthv old .oenl lema n. 'iii'.ili-li inu in a li'iarilinir s-cii inl. ntidei hi- oin mof. lie was vm v eceenl ric. n ed' much tiiiaed in various liiitraimrn, wlrcb 'in vcnli'it lite I'Mcull.iii ol Ins desiyti,-; It, ii. as the excellence of hi- liearl whs lie yninl a d 'tibi. my fnntls peis-nailetl nm to rein im ui'ii hnu iiml re'v n:i Ins ;.'eticrn-i ty. which I did fir -nine ears, nil I cou'd no lunger Intve I n h in t he coniidnc-s ot In- iiiind and ihe nxtlt has ptnvcil mv li tirt- were ino well uri'itiided. ns he has .-nice be- ii prnnoiinced in-aiie by ;i cuminin Hint ol Itinncy. "I hhnttld iiiio!.m'c.p fir my tedinii-ness, Itul 1 w i - i in uiiouiit Inr my nut heine; yi iildt! in maintain mv independence. I have nn indi'iieteli'iici' Inn my own exe iimu, and Iriend- who are inn pour lo bear Wi I! their nwu burib n-'. I inn iinw nn it vis-it in mv liilher- naUVP cmin'v nnd r-iinil -imiii relurit In L 'lldiiii. whi re 1 have tun Iiml liet -, one nnrrieil. anil a marncd -iiLt. My iimHier died two yi nf, aim. ()n,. ,,f my t,,.r',j -l-ti.rs lie, buried ip your cn'inl ry, nl Ali'X andria. and nl-u a c"ii-in in vmir epy. "I nm. r i r , rt'-peclfii Iv vmir", "HANNAH I'.l-Otl.MFIKLI). "To .Mr. -i-..w, N.ki., i. Yor!;." C I II C U I. A It . To the Clergy find People if Vermont, of turri (lewiiniiiiiiiun : Fi:t.t.ov Crnzr.N---, Tno Colonizntion Surirti of I'lruvml, auxiliary l-i ihe Aun-ri can U li hi f.:i ' um Society, noitin respeciiuliy sulicii ynir friendly aid 111 the prn.-eci:iiiin of ilnir euierpri-e ihe ciloniziitir. wnii their own con-cut, on ihe const of A I'm a. the Free I'eupie of Color of the United SUtes. The beneficent charncler of this enter prise none cm lea.-nitab'y qoeMinn, n urnporlton as n i pur-oeil, 'it will set up ihe 111-lllullnils of Civilizalion and Chri-tiaiill v lit it benighted land. The mhe, nl Wcftorti Alrica will perceive I he fiipi-riiir beiielit conferred by tin so insliliilinn-. and will de sire 1 hem. A secure loot. hold will he oh tniued lor the pliilaiii hropi-t nnd the mi-- siumiry to npernti', in their respecUve wavs. fur extendm". and dili'iising thu light and hive of civile.iitioii and llio ."pel. The extensive and permanent benefits 10 Souih Afi ica n suiting Irnm Uhrisiuiu Cnloinza- Hon, are ubvi nn. The same henelits lor Western Alrica are wnlini the reach ofour elii iris. To the Colored People of our country who nre disposed logo, llic colonic present nn iiiipiirtant field of enterprise. Agricul ture and commerce, as resnutces of life, may there Im successfully pursued. The iii-ii'tiuoii- ni reiiginn, lenrning, ami ov erninenl, may he enjoyed, wit bout th.op. pressivii souse or mleriority inseparable Ironi their condition here, anil without mjIi ji'Cllnil to II priiuillOO. Which, hmvovor no. just, is too deeply scaled to bo soon rcmuv oil. To those who are einaiicipr.led from ma very hero and who choose Liberia ns 11 homo, ihe colonies present 1111 inviting nsy. Iuiii. While the prc-enl laws of our" lave, holding Siritcs remain, emaiicipatinn is dif. ("null, lor the must part impossible, ex cept conditionally under unst formidubio dillieuliies. At the colonies, they uro wol coined lo n coinniuiiuy of language and in terests, lo llm syinpalliieH ef countryineu, and lo the aids ot benevolent eH'orl. The emancipa'ed slave becoincu in luct u free I man. Tim colonies nrc nlsn n refuge for A In enns captured Irnm ,.lavi! hliM's. 'I'lto set HiMiieiii ol New (Jeoreia, live nnh h from Monrovia, presents n priifperuits ciniiiiiuiiity of noricnlliin.-ts, who but n few yeii'ssincc were i-nvaycfi. In their prngrrfH llic coin, nies will crndicate llm slave trade. 'I'lns is trim already of nearly the whole extent of the coast of Liberia, iilvuit three hundred iinlcs. In the condition oftlio cnloiiicn It is be lieved there is much to cpcouriiirn the con. Iliiiiiincc of present ell'trt. A beL'iiinin.' has been niaile. The ureal ec' diliicuhies have been nvercnuii', and the experience Sained hv those dillbiillios is nvaihibli! lor I'tiMire i li'iri. No colony prnbiiVy lias ever been fiiiinded on a dblant shore and gnincd, im its fi r-l twenty yrnrs. mcli tireiioiii ns the cnlmiy of Ijiberia. As :i ynnernl thin", t be colonics urc prn.-periHis, healthy, ami con'ciiied. Tip! present diversity of opinion on the Treat question ol slavery in our country, in its bfnnnjjs on our Society, is to be regret, led. The nun1! and objects of the Society are ootid. It has iiccniitpli-hcd food. It will nccompli-h omul tfootl fur Alricn nnd pood fur the (Jnlnri d l'cople nf our cuiin' ry. If there are ilio-i! who chouse to operate lor the benefit of the Colored l'cople in way- diM-reiit from the Cu'oui"..)! ion Srcit ty, lei theni do so. Here Is one lie'd ol promise. It need nut interfere with other.- On sfiine Sabbai h, therefore, near Ihe fiinrth of .Inly, the Cleroy of every dcnitni million, in the Stale, are rcqiicsiod to pro sent the objects ol Ihe Cnloiii:ii nm Society to their respective onigreirai ions, and ns! a contribution; ami the benevolent nrc re-fine.-ted to contribute sieciirdine; to their ability for'lhe sarin. Ami should diversity of opinion or it it y circumstances render il IKclerahle. t he cleroMiian, i r hnine friend oflhe (I'lioniz'itiini Society, is rr quo-led to circulate a sttb-ern Hon paper for tne obj- ct. HLI.IA11 I'AINM, Ptcmknl. .V.au .t, ;:57. lL":Ttie iiufirninw Address will he sent to each minister of the d'n-,:".'! in Vermont, a far as pnsi')p; and Ihe printers o! public Journal m Vermont who are favorable lo the object, are requested lo uive the Ad dres, tooi;ther witltthii noli;, one insertion in their lespocnvt; .loiirnals. A i,i:.uim;i) IIadicai. Skciu:tahv. At the Middlesex County conn, on Tliur.-ihy, John Arihur Wiliianis Miiiunnned tevcral ineiulier-i of a defunct parochial radical elob, for sundry sums which he aliened were due to Litii, for having l:epl the bonks, and acted ns secretary to ihe said most im put lain body. The sum clmmed by John Arthur WiHinms win- I. 19v. ) ),. .Mr Duhiiis; Ami pray, ilastcr John Arthur, what 1- tin- for? .Inlin Jlrlliur. Whin'- it for .' why I'll tell you what it's for. I kept their iiimiiIp-' 1 rei''lerloy bouk'd all an they said; and year's mv iiiiuiin-biiok lo prove It. Commissioner. Were you hired nt a sal arv ? ' John Jlrllnr- Ineour-e I was. I could write a gnoil 'iind, and mi Ihey 'lectid me nnatiiinoiisly to tho-socrelarvalilp. (Lit)"h- '"') Commissioner. What were the objects of the meeting, and what amount of sulary were you in have? John ,'lrlhur. Why. hour ltobjcc! wa lo take hour hnwn affairs, lulu hour litiwn 'and-', anil to give hum- 's.pori to iiu ininia' lers as is in power lenv. We didn't want in tlo nothiiil; a warn't unjest a lohnhoih; but we called on all the rale puyers. as was rnle.payer-. to jine 11- and git Imp parli litins agin-l the Church 'nopniy nguist the eorpnratmu-, ami, 111 fact, agittst exery 1 bin!; a we seed was luiuibraseniH to the gi'iiernl good of all 1111 us ( Laughter.) I Iipv greeti to pay meaner the rate nt a shil ing a 1 n it !i t , and beer and bneker free or.tti-. I hikes the -iiivalinn ; nnd I chaL lenges any one on 'cm lo.-ay any body he!s.e did wot 1 ilnl. Cuovnisuuncr. A very safe challcitoc, Irmv. Jhn .Arthur. Werrv. Now vmi ie.-t l"nk vear, and see hoe.' I kept mv tniuites. I he bnnl; wii- here handed up lo ihe worthy cntiiuitssinner, and ihe Inllnwing extracts were rend to ihe ju'V, which we copy "en btitim (I literatim : ' "The Cromwell' Head, tieiieiMirry l!):li. I'reseut: Mister 1). Darby, Mi.-'er Willis. M,s.ier Join-, Mi-ler '1 humps-nil. Mi-ter lingers, Mi-ter D.'iiir'as, mid Misic JobltJ. ,1r. Joblii in the thicr. M'tiion al'nru the cheer, "Tint' thii urur mrtting don't sra nn good in :.o vhtirci-roli i nor no (hunk wiyllierMui' il so be the eh'iiclt was dime nwny ith ni in'al. i by, 111 this e.i-e, anil as a nutler.il cnnclusinn. there VMiuhl'iit be lie ehiirch rales; and tins year meeting of indepen dent in'e payers is fartler of opinion. Ihat all sorts ol rohjeon- iIiIV-ts, aim ;n mch ca se.s whore ihey diller, why there carn't be Ihnt sort of uiieriumi'y wot eoiistiiutes n innjirily; anil so, for sich reasons, nobody can't have no rijjit to make a majority pay those bore church rates. Motion carreed. Mister Willis seconded it." .Mr. Dubois, What! second a motion after it wii carried ? niri Arthur. In cour-'c, I kiiow'd it u'd be carried j it u'd be werry uiikumuimi else. A Jurymnn, And what become of this 1110-1 iiiipttrtaut iiitiiiou.
John Arthur. Oh, wo had n depytaslitin ns 1 licit i' lo Lord J din Ru ell. (Jtiinviisti net: What said Lord Juhn? John Arthur. Oh ! the In lie ,.uw didn't my iiuthinl; periikerlcr oo'ey he wan werry much obliged, and so wo gave our orders and coiu'il away ! Commiisionrr. Really, truth Uktrangor than lietioii ; but I bean gentlemen ol ihe jury look upon llio matter as a gnmht'n transaction, of which there are but loo many 111 the political arena. Ho home, my good man, nnd keep qnu 1, Fai-si: StviiAuiMi A p inan.ablo case occurred once, in an Knghli court, 011 u 16UH brought by an heir nt.law, to recover piis-i't-smii of nn esiaie of ivhlcb the tie leiidant Iiml been M'veral yarn in posses t-'oii, ns lecatee ii'tdcr a wi'l pn -port have been c.McutPi! Minte lifteen vearu ln fnre the deiilh of the leMntnr. This wits nlleded, by tins claniinnl, In be a forgery. In f-iippnrt nf it, n very need man, who bad been steward In tho tectrttor, and whilst name appeared on the will ns a wit nn' to I'm execution, wan produced nt the trial, nnd examined. His nppeiirnnce was venerable, nnd his testimony m clear nnd positive, that it w ronybt convict inn in the iltlliils nl .liitljro cud jury, mid i Veil ol e'limtit.: V. cnun-el. In the nour'o o! a long and rigorou examuiiUinti, no shadow uvea ot coiiirndiciion, cnild be elicited. At length he mentioned a cireum-t.ince which, the tletendam's counsel snul, would put nil doiitiM to re-t. ''hu Ic.-lutor, u hen Im put Ins seal to the will, hail placed a silver sixpence on the parcliment, and covered it wuh wax; t lie counsel broke the wnx and product d the coin. The judge was about '.0 call on the iurv for 1111 unmu diate verdict in favor of the defendant. when the plainiilTs counsel, who hnd been closely scruiinizinir the coin, stnrliiiL' sud. ilenly up, s-nid Hie will wun indeed 11 forge ty and cilled the intent nm nf the judge tn 1 he dale stamped iiprm it, which win far sitb-equent lo the date of the will! The iilil witness fell back, was; laken mil ft he court room, and died 111 the course nt' ihe next day. Mr. I!in,m;v, n distinguished Whig Rep rcscutative from the city of Philadelphia, thus spoke in Cungress 111 January, MJ31; "Sir, the project oflhe Secretary of the Treasury astonishes me it baa n-toni-hed 1I10 country. It is here that we find a pregnant source of the present agony it is in the eh arly avowed design to bring, n second lime, upon tins ;tni! the curse nl r.n unregulated, uncontrolled Stale bank paper (iirrenti. We are ngam to sic Ihe driiuia, which already, in the course oflhe prest.nl century, has p'i.-sn before us, and closed in ruin. Il the project sun II be succes-ful. we ate. again to see the paper 1111-siles shooting 111 every direction through the country a derangement uf all values a depreciated circulation a su-'peiisiun of specie payment- then a lorthir extension of the same detestable paper a st'll greater do prectliLlon, with failures of tradecs and fall tires of bunks in its tram lo arrive at l.i-i il the saiim point from winch we departed 111 UII7. Siifi'-r inn lo recall to the recol lection of the House a fiw more oflhe sin. king events of ihat day. The flf-t linnk of lb" Hinted Stale- expned in March, lilll. Ii' lweeii the LI ol January. IIII I, and the close ol the vear I I'l 1, mure than one bun tire I new hanks were csiiii'lislied, to sup niv tin- muff uivfirr.i um'. belter currtwi. For ten millions nf eapenl cil ml in by ihat hunk. Ivwi nly unllioiH uf capital. m called, wete 11, p-ied 111 these. In the place of Ilv and n Ifiif iinl'ioiiis, about ihu aiiioimi, of circn.alii.n in unit- ol ihat bank w ithilnwn, t vven'y 1 wo uiilhnns w en- pushed mil, Then caiite a sti-peii-'inii of specie paym-m's, in August and S. p'einh'r I1JI4. A- an no inetlltlte cousi (pience of till-! slispeilslnll, the circohi'.inn nf the entuitrv. in the cniirsu ol lif'eeit uioiii li-', inereti.eil liliy per eeel., or f'onv furiy-live to sixty -eight unlli o.s ol dollars; and the fruit nl this more uniform Lurrcnci was the l.iilnro i.f iniiiiu.i'rable liadei-, mechanics, and ev. n furnierd; of um hundred and siVy-five hnnk-', wilii C'tptinls amounting m thirty miHions of dol. lars ; and a lu.-s to the Umied S'ales alone, in the negotiation of In r loan-, mid in llic receipt of bankrupt paper, to an amount exceodi ig four millions of collars'. The small space inlo which the whole human family might bland without being crowded, appears very leinai knble up.. 11 calculation. A -qunre uiilo commus S 007. filM) square yanl-. and at the rale ol four ni'r.-1'ii-, large and small, lo a square yard, I '2 "00.. MID human beings. Thus" the swatuuiig pr.pnlaiiun oflhe United States could be crow iled, without liieonvuiiicnce. ,iito a square Hide, nnd could be walked round 111 1111 biitir. In i;e ipunner the host ot Xerxes, of which the (in ciiiiis represent one end as seeing the sun ri-e, and the nth. or n seeing hnu at ihe t-nuie in-tiiiii set, Cuii'd have been ranged in close order mi 11 field of a hundred acres, nnd enu'd have all heard llio voice nf the speaker. The inhabitants of tne whole earth, about nine hundred millions, would inn (ill a circle ot ten miles in diameter ; Ihey might, there fore, be ridden munil in it 11 hour, and iniifht hear a bell placed in i!ie centre. The whole nice of mankind might thus be ,-wail'iweil tip in one carti.qunke, ami imt tie: be left 11 live to record it 111 11 uewsp.i per. or nnv body but hunselt in read it if he were. Lv' ry human being upon the lace of the earth might mil only s'lind but sleep within llii! boundaries: of leuuhui. ami have plenty of 100111 lo kick bis neighbor out nf bed. And Ihe whole iiiiilii'ude of mankind thus standing within a circle ten miles m diameter, and holding haiiilr, might be siruck dead in an instant by a single shock from 11 galvanic battery. What a lienuiiful experiment lor Caligula !- .Vow lira. Want ni' I'.wtr.vr.vt. Covi:i:.n.mi:nv Tho case of the uiifnrlunaio youth Moraii, convict, cd uf minder upon ilm high seas, nirorilsi.imih. almost invariably lends 111 a vicunn, cjreer, il!"1, J 'iut some liquor. lliivenoniO' it do lint cml in miiiii) Icarlul criniu. At ihe ago nf about fifteen ho ran away from h.s pa lu'ils in Londiin, nnd went lo'sea. Ilu had been guilty uf soiiiti tiill.ug ofi'oucu previou.- tn his elopi'iiifiil. During thu fuiir succeeding years liu fulluvved the hfu of a sailor still n youth whose iiicuintugs and unlgtmig shuiild have been controlled by soiuu propur gindu, Ilu is utiw :il this fearful inis of ins lummy only nineteen years nf age 1 yniilh of evi di'lll inU'lliuiieii ; mid has doiihilcss hceii led lo the couiiuisMou of tho awful ciitne.for whiull he uiiisl uy the pnnally of lu.s life, iiioid Irnm buying deprived himself uf llm proper guid !iiiciiofp.ircnUl authority, than from all odici caiees yoiubiiied. As an illtislialioii of this remark, wo may mention, that we bavu just been cxaieiiiing must uf ttui reports frotnthn ptincipal pnnilcn liaries of our countty and llio sitpcriiilcnil. cnls uniformly .slate, thai the) Iiml, by llic Ins. lory of morn than two. thirds of the uninimiL hummed within their walls, that 111 early lilo lliov have not hail the bciiifit of patnntal con trol. Thin is an important fact for parents and must make them fuel doubly feci the high responsibilities under wliith 1 leaven bus placed them. I'hiladdpltia Mirror. I)tt. FttAMcr.i.s's Win:. Franklin in a 'ketch of his life and habits, relates the foll"Wiug anecdote of bin trngal ami nffec 1 innate wife. A wife could tcnrcelv make a prettier apology fur purchasing her first piece of luxury. We I aye an Lngli-h Proverb that say?, 'He I hat would thrive, Most risk hn wife :' it was lucky fur me that I hod one as inoci: d'cpused to industry and frugality as my self. She n-si.-ied tno cheerfully in my bti-incss. fnlduig nnd stitching pamphlets', lending chop, purchasing old linen rags for t he paper makers', &o. Wo kept no idle servant,' our table was plain and simple; our furniture of the chenpest. For in stance, my breakfast was for a lung lime bread and null;. (110 tea) and 1 ate it out of a two penny earthen porringer, with a pewter spoon ; hut marl: how luxury will enter launlies. ami make a proga1- in spile ol principle; being called one morning to riroukla-t, 1 fir ml II Hi a clnia bowl, with a spoon of silver. They had been bought for me without my knowledge, by my wife, anil hnd cost her the enormous miih of three and twenty shillings ; fur which phe hat) no other excuse or apology to make, but that she thought her bu-baiid deserved 11 silver sponn ami china bowl, as well as any of Ins neighbor'. Tins wan the first appearance of plate or china 10 our house, which afterwards, in the course of ycnrn, ns our wealth increased, augmented gratlu ally to several hundred pounds, in value. fiKnr.Ofiv. At the meeting Of the Geo logical Society of London. 011 the 5th April, a paper was read by Mr. Roy. ''on the supposed anciml stale of the J"orth American Continent : especially mi the ex tent uf nn iulr.tid "!ia. by which a great, portion ofiis surface i coi jpc.turcd to have been covered, and on the evidence ol pro-gress-ive draiiiQge. of the waters " The aiillmr hns been empluyi d 111 ririkipg tur vevs 111 the vicinity nf ihe Inkep. as well ns of the region beyond, and has discovered ridges encircling the lakes, having an np. penrauce siiinbir lo the present shores-, where water ho i some reunite period Unwed. Tina treat body of water, he sup poses, was bounded on 1 be west by thn Rocky .Mmiiiiniiis. Iroiu the table land of Mexico to thu parallel of 47 degrees of latitude; on the north, by I Im barrier fcp arr.Ung the head waters uf the lakes from tlin-o oflhe northern rivers, and extending below Quebec; and on the east by tin,' Alleghany Mountains, extending lo the (iiilf of Mexico. Tim area of ibis vast inland sen wns OCO.000 sq jure miles. How to r.xi'i:i-:-s r.ou-v rjir.M'.-The !5"-too Hglaot iiie' say- when lb" down ea-t girls wish tn threaten each uther wnh a fitggmgihey say, "I will b" into you like a Ihuo-aiiil of brick.' When a w Id Inr: nlteiopts to stenl n kiss Irnm a Nantucket girl, she s'.iy.-, 'Come sheer oft', or I will -oln your mniiisnil wi'ha ly.dinon.' Tne 15olno girls: hold stiil until 1 bey are well kis-ed, wlii'ii they flue up all at one 2 and say. 'I should think you ought to be ashamed. Oiuni.-NAt, Amxhi'Tk. One sultry Mini, mor's day, two honest lars trovcl'iinr through a ilusiy village imt more than 50 miles distant, one says to thu other, 'Come, .1 icli. let's go in there nnd get snmo cold punch.' 'In where? uski d .luck, ll see mi plno"' Why. yon Iiml. in here where 'hey keep ice; can't you read (be sign: A II u I Hoi : 01 e s me--, 11 f f of. i-c e ice; A whole mess of ire ' (A. Huluies Office.) Dcdham Advertiser. Loonojiv. A French nrlilery man nl Ant wurp wun oijhg. 1! to undeigo amputation. Spentg tho aliniidanls c.n i v ing oil' hU leg, be called mil, "I say comrade, give, mo hack my shoe 1 huvoonly uuupair thai will make inu two." AN ANr.CDOTi:, Mr. C- was always fond of a frol ic, on his Imnoh't night, declaring that he never tool: liberties with his friends at any other time. It once happened, during an engage ment in I'lnlaiUpliiu, that on such occa sion he was short f,ii- money, ,iud ut a loss to raiio the wind for tho accustomed bree.e. In this dilemma ho st.irted up town, in a speculative mood, determined to inspirit himself in .some way or oilier. Having reached the coiner of Callowhill, and Knglish sti cot he cast his even towards the Delaware, and perceived one of those onticitit.' signs of three .oldon balk He turned the corner, and, entering tho 1'ital door, addressed the man behind the conn- turlhus : My mime is C . I'l'lits in tny benelit niht. Tho manager can't do without tne, as I am up for Richard noy. Amy t propose to hypothecate my royal person for ten dollars, and you mas jy mo up on one of your shelves." The joku was a good 0110, and 1110 muster of ceremonies paid the $10 and (J was laid up. The Theatre that night was crowded, and at seven o'clock tho manager came lorwaid tn apologize, stating, that, with the permission of the iiudteuce, the per formance would cotnuieneo with the f.nen. lie bail sent in dill'Tcnt thnvteiii, but was nimblo to fund -Mr, V- in the citv. lie presumed the tragedian woidd be urthcominir in the coin s j of the next Iialf Iiotit. As llio ininiaocr retired her waa informed tlmt 11 boy wished to sec him in the green room. Ho found the lad who tncsoiited tt note, wnttcn 111 cyphers, winch ho tit length trutislateil inns My Hear , I um 111 pawn for glt send inn! redeem me, or it will bo impos sible for Richard to lie himself to-night. Y'onrs, C ' The manager started immediately after the lixtstar and found Itim nicely sliclfo and a plate of crackcM and cheese, and b:ttlc of brandy by him. In the button hole of his coat wa3 a piece of paper mar ked, 'No. M7.V ptwncd for 10. Tho amount was paid, a hacl: was called and Mr. C and the manaoer rolled to the Theatre, wheic llio former hud j'i.-t time to dress, and commence, 'Now is tho winter of our discontent,' ect. It is said ho never played Richard III. better, or received greater applause. New York Em. Froi rt " Memoir of I'eiiclon. " "In tho course of his walks, ho would often join the peasants, sit down with tlicin on tho grass, talk with them, and console them. He visited them in their cottages, seated himself at table with them, and pattook of their humble meals I5y such kindness and familiarity, he won their ttflections and gained access to their minds. As they loved him ns a father and friend, they delighted to listen to his in structions, and lo submit to his ifuidancc. Long after his death, tlie old people who had the happiness of seeing him 0:1 these occasions, spoke of him with the most lender reverence. 'There,' i!ry wottldsay, 'is theciiair in which our gmxl Archbishop used to sit in the midst of us; we shall see him no more,' and then their tears would ilow. " The diocese of Catnbrai was often the theatre of war, and experienced the cruel ravages of retreating and conquer ing armies. Rut an extraordinary respect was paid to l'enelon by the invaders of France. The Knjlisli, the Germans, and the Dutch, rivaled the inuabitants of (Jrimbrai in their veneration for tho Archbishop. All distinctions of religion and sect, a'l feelings of hatred and jeal ousy tii.it divided tho nations, seemed to diaappear in the presence of l'enelon. Military o.-enrt-i were offered him, for his personal security ; but these he declined, and traversed the countries desolated by war, to visit, his llock, trusting in the protection of God. In these visits, his way was marked by alms and benefactions. While ho was among them, tho peoplo seemed to enjoy peace in tho midst of war. 'He brnu ..lit together into his palace, tho wretched inhabitants oftlio country, whom the war had driven from their homes, and took care of them, and fed them at his own table. Seeing, one day. that, one of these pisat!ts ate nothing, ho asked hint tlie re ison of his abstinence. -'Alas! my Lord,' said the poor mn:i. 'in making my escape from my cottage, I had not time to bring off tny cow, which was tho sttppoit of my family. The enemy will drie kcraway, and 1 shall never find another so good.' Fendon, availing him self of his privilege of safe conduct, im mediately set out, accompanied by a sin gle servant, and drove the cow back him self lo the peasant. ' 'This,' said Cardinal .Maury, "is per haps the liueit act of Fcuelon's life.' Ho adds. 'Alas ! for the man who reads it without being nfiboud.' " From 'i'.ni:i.on's Writings. Composcdfar him pupil, th" Duf.c of llurgumhj, and Heir to the Throne. Have you committed no injustice to wards (oieign nations ? The poor wretch, who, from extreme necessity, steals a purso upon the highway, is hanged , while tho man who unjustly subjugates a neighbot ing slate, is called a hero. The unlawful seizure of a meadow or a vieneyard, is regarded as an offence against God ; but 110 account is made of taking possession of cities and ptovinees. To take afield from any individual, is a great sin ; to take a country from a nation, is an inno cent and glorious action. Whouco uro these ideas of justice I Will God judgo thus Ought we to be less just in groat, than in little thinos ? Is not justice still justice, when gieat interests aro at stake? Should we not have some scruples a bout committing a crimo against a million of men, against a whole country, when wo daio not injure an iudiwdual ? All, then, that is talum by mere conquest, is taken unjustly, and ought to be restored. A treaty of peace, that is made from necessi ty, beeuii-'O one party is tho strongest, is like that which is made with a robber, who has his pistol at your head. Your ene my ii your biother ; you cannot forget this, without forgoiting all Immunity. You liavo no right to do him any harm when yon can avoid it. You havo no iuIh to tako up aims against him, hut 111 t'Nliotno necessity. Ami m making a treaty with him, it is no longer a question of war. of arms, but of punt; , just ico liu- tu.uiit), and uood faith, And it is tnoie infani nis to d "eeivo 111 a treaty of peace with a nation, tuau in private contract with an individual."