Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, April 13, 1838, Page 1

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated April 13, 1838 Page 1
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NOT T II K d I- O H V O F C V SAn It I' T T II H W K I. F A It K n V U O V V. . p iJJMtMMMMMnMMM""1 ' 111 " 1 nn"' BMPItMmi I. III mHllllH MIHUIIMi II U.I ii.... .hii mHWH till Ll' BY If. STACY. Fit II) AY, APIfclJb 13, von,, xir Xr. r4 4Mb 'inm lleinlciV Miprrllany. A TALK OF C.ltAMMAKYK. Tmk Huron rame home in his fury and tnse Hp blew up lm henchman, he li!n up Ins p.u;c ; The eiies.'llil hriiibli'il, lite rook In.'ki'il pale. A lie iirilHicil lur Himiiur unll'd kidneys mid ali'. Viiin llto'i ! ili.il gnll'd knliieis r.m give into iclicf, Vlicn one' oun nic tti ll.t inc-ti by linger ami grief. vitai w.i iIir Citii'P. nf the Hanoi's ili.-liPM 1 Why sank III. sp'i il tn low 1 f The I'.iii l.ilifl, when phe iliinili lnivc said ' ea,' , 1 1 ml given the IVimii it 'No !' He iiie, ;iiiI he ilinnk, and tic gininhlcd between; FilPl nil llpi Vlllll! III- Willed III splel-ll The ali- was Fniir, llip k'nhiejs ueir nun-li, Anil nipled nf niilliiiii! Inn pepper it ml snuff! TIip limyi'i' hi mi', die nose ipeu ntTaiis, Till lie 1'inleil In kick inn 1)111 'f down flairs. All was hushed 'nv.is iheile.nl of i lie night The lapeis "imp dying away, Ami Hih iitiiim In in hi (il.iiiml in i In- hulu Of llii- pile inniiiiV iK-iiililitiir ray ; Yel his l.miWiip s.u i"ill. ihgesiiiia hi" iic,i With his niirf on In- knee il In knees in ihf (ire, Alia' once lie jntnpM i'. Ic-.utfd in I'lin-nll hi tCornclius jtgriypu de litbui Occultiei. Hp seir.ei! lv ihi" huille A bed iiimiii 11 il ramllp, And went in a sec.ci ii "k. li'ic .i rhe-i ln led, Willi ii in .-piw a Inl. Ills knees, as I i'i I il. -Ii'xik rPa.-lU, prih.tp lull" 'Iip wiiii- In- li.nl ilinnk, I'.uily limn Inn , soul pal th fiom funk: For in-wr lii'f.iii' h.ul In- illumed In t...k III his gie-H gie.il.gr.iinir.illiPi'ii cimjiiniig bunk, Now t ..it ! Itumtlpb riizlingh, A ! 1 1 f )" t-f j-n-it i ty iln, Thought readinu a lime Iuii I.I rase a quite new J sn In- quirk Ii r.tti i In (nigh A (ll.iplei III IIVO, For wiihntti S.u.o.'s aid Iip knew nm uhal In d-i; When, pokm", iIip fi c. as ilip pvpinng jjiew colder, Mi- r-siw mill al.nin, Ah Iip ini-ed up Ins anil. An odil Idokmn rmniieii.uire hm-i Iiie flionlder, Firmpft reck will mmpiinip qn ikp. TiiNiictii lil.id"- ill h.iiipiiiiipp liie.ik, Siiinlii pi sit in will niiipiiiiii'-i 1'iil, PhhiiIp-i pnp " ill niiii'iiiiip-' ()n ii! : No imii'li-r Fimhi'jh It-It nn iiiiiiiiilt (jtiper, Uinii mhI'IpiiIv -peiiii! iIip l)n it i-ii iit-.li . Leaning uier hi-1 rh iir, ppppiiig in o It td car ! 'I'lli- Piran-jpr fir?' TIip nPi- n't' lini'l. Anil ipplit'il n I lie It.iritii look "I nun Id nnl mil nil". It-it .,i' ilm.k tin- ni'I If I fund- at llin ini.nv "Id !0"k. Finn in-' pip all M iv t-H F.ip tpfniiti (hup in MpII ; But now not mi imp r.nw fi.' lr a .ppll. Still I "Pi- h' it uani, And "in '"ini! ii. jjian' I TIip ppinn and piiisp nf "Ii" I in Ik.iIipI. Iliinii ppilain r Ininiw iIip ni.iiili ii i- won Vull HI.IJ li.ne her at mice ifjmi chmi-e lei nay'Donp!' "TIip l.nli pn tatp, Met hi. unit'' -n fair, I old It irnn I a in- in iIipp; Bill II III- lllll'l- ill- Mill Fiip imih Ii is i nn, Lord IS.iron, tli) ftjiil'rf my fee! Oh. uliprp hpi I tlmti, p'Iipi ial fjirite I'uiipi-tiiiii iiiiji-I liP't-1 Sine in-i'T ln'fnii- h.i'l imlile m kiiilll Sin Ii iippiI nf 'In jjiuiill in (..in- I No ai l i- 1115I1 - 'liv i- pn di'i'ippil.-. 'I hp IPCifi.lin It. mill at nnre ii'.-'Pi'd. And piPiail'il i ll llM lilniiil l' Mltn lit' iIp' ll Wiih iIip pnint nf hi" nvniil II nun hp fi'imd And nieniliil hi ppn iinlihi' M i-prlpmile ; l-'iniii his M i r t, rilk liircchcj TIip ?ii.iiii-r ip.ipIips A lawiirV leailiprn rafe, Sclccie n paper. And ninliiiw ilip mppr, The Ilaimi iIippp Hauls inntp irarp s "FivP jpais nfier d.ilp. I iiiiiiii-P In pay My mill to tllil Niik. ni lienl lei in del.iv, Fur value ipreiied," I Ip-ip in Imil, nn inv lifp. Put vonr name i" llipliill, mid ih ladt's rtur wife-" All Innk'd lnilii in P.irlh and lipaipn ; And dr linen-ill iip inniiima -kiea Ilnd Sul his fiery (mii-eu iliiwn.,. 'riiut i-, it was pliikini; half past eleven At Ii1el (iprnrd her ejes, ATI ivnndprptl ulnl inadn iIip lady to late, rnr flip ciiiip nut (lawn till nimn, 'Th'iuah the mnallv rn.p in a (purler tn eiaht, And wpnl In lied rqtinllv snnn, Itltl her ipsi lud Iippii liinkeii li linnlilmnnip iiirim; SIip had ilin'i thin, in spin- nf hei hp ft her sci earns, Olil Nn k had Imriip (iff. in rliaiinl nf fl.iine, The .illaiil niina llniiard nf nniimhaiiie. Her pip wilB -n dim. and tier rlii i kx tn chill, TIip family (Inner ilecl.urd ,,,i uun 111, .And rutilicrcd d.tik hinnnf.i i,aui;lil and n pill, Alldurinj liieakfast, tn lirnnd dn'h rhe Pfem; O'er fimip peoel wnp nr niniiii JFnrihp Pinp'ip- the sali-eell.ir inm ilip ciram, fAtnl stiiP t'P Itfr tea with the inns. JJtil M-airp h.nll she finisl'pd hpr third round oftonst, S'ipn a kiioi'kini is.liPanl hy all ; 'What may that In-1 --'tis too l.no for the pol" Ton mon fir a moinioil rail " Afiera rnoinenl nfsilenri' nnd dicail, TIip nun I anl lam; Willi ilip i"i fill rUnj Ofnn ariiipd wainnr's Ik-.iiI. Now nwav iiiid iiwh wiih fet'" alarms I The lady heg cl.trppd in nnng Efliiiiihamf's aims. PIip hang, nn his nrrk.nnd she trtl- him imp. flmslt, Howlh onlilesnini-ripaiittP. Lord Itaimlph r llaih tnueil nnd halh nvmn "lilt ' i'p iiii-p, That unless -he will inkp him for heller, foe woue, He will wmk her inick'e rue ! Now, ladv.lnvp, diini" thv fear Should lis m ini o'd lt.in.ii pit-titi'P to romp lipre, We'll .ooii ppiid him Imnie wiih it flea in htr ear : A i-d . to nn fh"t' 'h" 'ifri Ms lnp 1 III tile ! Lei mo prnd for n pai-nnnnd innknimi my wife. No limine 'I'd 'l"i nn-il nn Iu-pii.p innhr Tlirv weieinairipil Uiiitlai "ei .r iv , The rleiBiinan nunp-ii lai mmio Ii iar... Thc doctor acieii a? emu, But the nuptial riles were hardly o'er brm i-p h id iI'pv ip.iflipd ih- p.trv dour, Whri. a kniuhi iif-ht-il hendl'in; in; I' I dim his pline- tn Ills -hilt, Hp was all mer tlnl Finnihts tops in ili iip of his eh in Rill hih nn hl iriiicl plained lielniL'l luwer'd The linn cicst of lite untile lloivaid. rtv horrllilp dnnlns and fears p.nsrssM, fhipasl -I'hc hitdc tiiniM and iazM nn the briilvgiuoniV No Aupiii llend was theio ! Nn Lion le-iglii Oflirr own it tip knight, Rot hi i iialV Salilii Itc.ir 1 The LaiK Isahnl inslanili knew I'was ii'icijnl.ir hoax of tin- f.il-p Fil.hiigh ; And linidlv lilt! Italon exiiliniU rripil, -' I'lioit art uno'il, l ! in .i 1 1 won,ini lionnvgay hride! oi hcavrii nor hell ran oui lines ditidc !" Thin pithy rpmaik was rarr.ey made, When llii! It.uini lielit'ld, iiiioii inniiog his head, His Ii ipod in hi ii k elnsp In ; He .nliancpil wiih n smile all pl.ir.id ami lil.uid, I'oppM a siimII piece nf parchment into his hand, And knowim-lv winked Ins cje. As the It.iron iiciikrI, His check was nifl'n.pi! With n HiipIi li' iiipt-n liiiik-dii-i and hrown ; U lnle the fin Isaliel Fanned mill tell In n still and ileaih like snonn. l.oi d llnwaid inai'd oni, nllilie chapel and vaults (tana iviili Clips tin Imrni le iiIipi aini vnl.H tie sails, "l.nnk at the daie !" s liil ill- (pieerdonking man, III Ills on n perilll.ll InilP t "Mj hohI hath liepn kt'it (Ifin who ran And imih I am n me lor iiioip ohii." Miulil Iip iiii-i h' e.es ! Alas mid .il.irk ! 'I'wns a bill aniC'daied lull tin- eais back ! ' I'w a all loo Illic it was nier dlip I'Iip lp"in had exolied ! he wnoliln'l 'renew' And the Uevil louk'il ol.ick as the L5.ii un luok'd blue. The land Fi'7.lingh MhiIp a 1,'ieal into, And espH'ialli l.le.v up Old Nirk : ' Fii .is ii pI.ihi he "vmiic, On tin' iiatni! he hnri', Tn play Mich ti raccnlly trick. 'A trink !" qnntli Niels, in a tunc rnlliot qitink-"ltVoncuftt-ii pliived upon penpln who 'lick,' " Hluii Il.iiiii'- iiniv hinki! Frniii hi iit mi 1 ti n lin sp"ko; They went mil . nnd Irl'i nn iitic"iriinnii lliink Willi Ii iiiivtil piny; quilij smnkd, 1 1 lltlM'l I llllll I I.I- till IL' lit. The pair in a iiintnetit wern clcun nut of sirrlit Wlk.n it wiifleil away, W here thndmkeiix worn thov? Oil, no ono mti;lii yui-p 'li.uo una iniylit say; Mill neier, I wis-, From thai tiini' lo lli:H, In hall nr in Innvcr. on nioiiiitaiii or plain, Han the tuiun buun m'uii or heaid of uyuin At for fair It'ahel, after two three fillip, Sho linally 'iptmed her lieatltiful iyS She (-duelled and pIic Micezcd Ami was very well pli'ii-eil. Afler bfitiii mi rumpled. & imizleil and lensed. To find, when rcplnred from Imr panio k. pant. My Luid llnwiird had uiarriod hur uvui aguip II n li t I, . Itc warned hv our pIoiv. ye nohlnsfc kniahls. Wlui'fi'(i niiich in the haliil ul MlvioL'ot kit And hewaro how yo nieddlu again with tuidi flinhls At least, il'your eiinrjjinp creditors cinmp. Remember a usurer"- nlwavs n scamp. iid look well al tho IjiII, uud tho ilatu, and the slaiup : Don'i sign in a Iniirv. whatevrr yen tin, Oi you'll gii tn 1 1n I) I like IS.iron Filzhu'h AnnnicA Skakik- in I'rtiv.vrK S'-ct KIY.Mr (Jlnv Mllllio liprtjjlil un lu p.ila with his sliufl'bilX t'Vi.'r 111 Ills linilll, wnillll ili-cniirse fur many an hour in Ins even sod ili'liherQ'i! tniiM, un ntiy "f Hi i. n a siitij.'r.is of Auit'rir..ni policy, wim I we iiiioln hupp'ii in plan, nlwny- iimaziiii; u- wi.i th' iiii'iltTui mn tit 'Siniiiit'' nut) -pel cli w Inch -n iiiipi"ii 'iip it iiiiinip ha lit'iMi nblp in a i ' ;i 1 1 1 . Mr. Web-tor, Ion mi! buck tti bis ca-t', nnd tellinf; stntie urmtkitiL' j kes. slinking tin sufa with burs after titwpt nf hiuoliiur. so sinmthlv tli coursinff tu i In; perfect ft'ltriiy ul the logt cil part of tine's coii-iinniuii, which iilimii nu'e nn evening iinw anil then. Mr. Cal houn, tho cast iron man, who looks as il lie hail never been burn anil nrvor could In extinguish!'", wiuild cmitti in Kunoiiint's ", keep our unilorttatitlniijH ,ipnn n painfnl niri.'lclt fur a dim;! wltiU', untJ It'avu us tn lake lo 'pieces' hi clueo, rapid, llieorcticnl. tiltiHiraled tnlk, anil see what wo could innkf of it. We found, it ti-nnlly inure worth relnining ns a ct r io-ily , than as eiih er very just or useful. Jfns Jilurlinenu' Relroipeil of Western Travel, The nditur nt the Nahvtlli! Banner pre faces his notice of the late melancholy duel al Washington cilv, with the. following beaitulul extract from Waller Scotl's An tinuary, TUB DUBL. What nre ye come, here for, young men? Are yo emtio amongst tho niosi lovely works of God. lo brenk his law-? Have ye left the works of man, the houses ami the cities Hint am but clay nnd diM. like tho-i! that built them; mid nrc ye come here among the peaceful hills, and by tin quiet waters, that will last while iiugh' earthly will endure, to destruy nnch uther't lives, that will have but an uncn short tune, by I ho cnu'si) ol nature, to make up a lonj account at the clusu n'l ? O sirs! ha, y brothers, sisters, Iniliers, that liae leiuled vit, and mothers that liau travniled for ye liiemU thm liae cn'd vt like a piece t iheir own lu'tiri ? And is tin-1 he way y ink IoiiihI;p tin m eluldle-s mid hrol lierlpp. mid friendlefp? Olmn ! lis nn ill fight whar ho lli&t wins has tho warst o't. S U 0 A It - U B B T . TIip Uf.et Suoah business, we think will ultimately nttmuni In piimi'thnig in lb s cnuntry. David L, Child. B-q. of Dostun who linn recently been through France ntul Cii.'rtnany invcetigatinp; I he nicrils of tin? Iiu-tni'ss, tnnili'stiinu iiitrri'Ming fl at cmcni f In nn ns-sctnhlage of our ciU7."ii last week. Ho i (-anguine of lite success or the bu: i iiess in this vicinity, predicating Ins opin ions upon the prosperity wlnuh has follow ud Its introduction into Franco. The man. nor in which Us mnnulaciuie bus extended there is justly surprising. In lb"-'U, lh'fo were but eighty e6tnblishim,nts in the Bin piro. In IUJ7, less than leu yuarn ulter ward, tho number had increast'd to S40 ! Ii is believed by many gentlemen who nrc fiimiltar with t Ik; details of ihu liusino-p. that it can be iiiaiiuluciured with ttcarlj ihn snirii? ease, nller some experieiict', with wliic'i maple Sugar is now made in our inriMs. There is nothing nece-sanly complicated or mysterious about it. The bet-IB will grow in nny soil, but ol course iiiu mure thrift v tttid succlmriuu in a rich loam. .Mr. Child stated that in France, lie knew of one instance wheio tho toil was so lni.ir n in vleld mil v live or ten bushels of Wheat per aero, sowed down to Sugar ISi't't, uud produce n larger vielil, than anv u tier use lo winch it could possibly be put Ueets iioutisli Hn: sot' rather limn exhau-t it. The Heels aru Usually sown in onus the soil being firsi plowed deep, so t hat tin uiul may easily eMcud down, rather than branch nut or expand nod bccoinf. coarse grinned and bulky. It is customary to plant lliein tn drills so wide apart 'hnl tin Iinrse plough can run between ilii'lll. Mr, Clnhl slated that IG ton the acre was considered about an average crop in Franc- at g.l 00 per Ion, but 30 tuns have been raiced in ibis town. j$ 00 having been paid fur ihein. No crop can produce more uintipy than the Sugar ISeet Concerning the value of I hi! 13ei!t lor feeding Catlln after Ihejuicc is expressed there is but one opinion, and that is wholly in IN favor. The pinnace is coiiFidored n most ns valuable as the original beet, nm mals eating it wiih avidity nnd it can In pre-erved with grent ease for fodder the vnar rciint). T o lenvs, (irmr to the time tip- Heels n re piilipd, furnish n rich nnd ahuiulani didder for Caltle null they nro dripil hi I'lanre noil tint aside for Intiire ii-i like hnv. Inn the uiniiner ul' uli'miiing If jo ee nnd alloriviml the Sugar, is per liaps inure complicaletl there than it tier in in tins country. Il is believed that tli ordinary (ndor Mill and I'ress would be niniilp in rxtine.iing the jinco, wiih sue ci. in in, ur mooiii"ni inn. o, exueriencc Here would -eeiu In r quire. Trie simpl nn imp uv ivuu:u ou'ur i p ou'iinit'it trtiio ihe 'iip nt't tn maple, with mch new pro ce-.p- ns tut- cvsmnzing ungnt uemiiiu! upon experiment, we doubt, mil, would make guod beet Sugar. At till linzutil travellers entiin-'raie runny nulonce; where pour people in Fiance, wi-re lo-iL-mrr i. . ""s"' J i..i. piipjiiu proCl'Sd 01 Dtillllirr ji over their own Fire ! It is appre',,,,,!,,) t)at ,lc c,eflpRSS 0f abnr m France will prevent n successful ciiupelitinn in this country. Hut ii should be reu einbi.'red the industry of a French inn! i- quite a different thing from that of a Yankee. One may be singularly voluble with his tongue and active with his nether extremities, but the oilier tins more iron nin-clo nnd indefniignbln energy to bestow upon bis opnrntiuns. It is udniiltril by t host! who have had both in their employ. hat three Frenchman are tint more than an equal match for two Yankees. Certain il is, tho habits nf industry or the physical vigor of I he former, places htm in a po-ninn tich inferinr tn the latter, giving the pre- ii'.uderanco entnely in behalf nf New Bug land industry. At all lizards, we caniiol loo si rmigly urge upon our fnrmers to tin piiiimiliiup hy way uf experiment with Deet Sugar. JVorlhiitnpInn Courier. SOIL.. 1. A deep, rich loam is the host ; but any soil that can be mndo mellow, will an pwur well, A very diy soil dues not yieh sn large heels, but sweet nnd iiuiriciuii mies, The soil -hoiild be free from stupes nntl well pttlvrit-eil ton good depth, thn the root iiiiiv pieice it freely and grow stiiooiii nun haiiiisnmi. 2. Plant any nine in Mny, apcurding to Hie season In common son-uns the lit'ets will do well if plntPed us late ns tin li r-i of J.iop; and we have situ ilii;m o .'oud hi (hut not upe) irom st-ed pta til t tt i inooili later. 3. I lu nt in rnwB 24 or 30 incliee npnrt and leave, the beets 10 inches from each other in the rows. liecmiierH nn; nut to ave i hem ton thirl;. The ground should e well manured bedim nlnitt inrr : comse vnrd tniiiiine ts ns guild as ntiV. A L'oi'd ay Is. to iihiuith nnd then harrow the and. I hen. at n second pluiirrhinir. nut 3 i 4 iiiches of conrsu niaiiuri! into every iher furrow; nm! then make voitr row lirertly over the manure. Make the holes inches apart, and nn inch deep. Tins inny be done rrndtlv hv n light wheel with in the circumference. Drop two cap ules into each holt' : nnd i In n cover t hem. which is easily and quickly done by running n wliei I tilling the row (i ltd I nf a rniniiioit wlieel-b.irruw lor intnnce.l He-

line limiting, pour warm writer mi your seed, and let it soak ul hnsl 04 hours j'and no innt'er if three or lour days. 4. The weeds mtisl be kept down, nnd the soil mellow, hy the u-e of the plough, etilnvntor. or hoe ; nnd t he phiuts mii-t be rnrly llniirieil out, so ns tn leave only 1 in tu or iv inciiei. 5. (Jut her your crop ns sunn n-4 ripe, e. ns soon h the lower lenvrs begin to nun yellow and full ofl". Tliev nre Ims' iiipsprvi'd. in Vermont, in a cellar: either vonr hniipp eellnr : nr. il you raise large quniniiies for your rntile, in one mndo for i- purpose iiniler ,,r to'nr vmir hnni. To pnEVKNT ah iiitho t rnutr tiiek A rpppecmbte geiiileuiaii a.-piiros us. thai he has strewn pin.-tor upon In- fruit trees fur successive ynrs. when in bloom, ns a nii'inisnl mducmg fecundity, with unvary ing sut'ce-s. 1 lie dipciivrrv was i ho restili nf accident. A tree winch h id fl iweretl free'y, Inn fruited shyly, had by neciili ul got n dti-t mg of gviisiim while in flower, and it was loaded with fruit. Tilt' male and lentali' uronns' in ttiiisi iVuiis, nre ni 'he sain-' fl wer ; ami it is well known Mint ii neavv rams or strong wituis orpur wlu'ii trees nre tn bluum, I ln-v sononslv litiunish the fruit, nntl olieu 'ili-strnv it. rim ren-on of this is. that the pollen, w Inch hoiild Ipr-uinlatp the female oreno. is pre maturely blown aivnv or di-t roved, lielnri r nas pertorineii us i tuee lie gypsum m-jy prevent thw Ciilliwitnr Vitamtv or ski.ii-. Prof. Hetiphnv latelv made experimenip null seeds nf nn neacia, to ilnlcunine how far their vitality was imp.iiri'il bv heat, lie put some o these seeds into bulling, water; others hi ucMinlly boiled I J 3. fi mid 15 minutes j lit plumed them afterward-, in the earth, ntul ihev all gerinuinted nntl grew, in hnlf tin lime that seeds did which had iml beei steeped or bulled. On opening nn anrp-iii Urn ish tumiilns, some small seeds were found in the stniunch of a liuiiinti s!(eei which tnnst Iibup been eaten uud lam then two thoosand years. Knmn nf these wen. planted m the linrticuliutal garden by urof. liindhy gerintnateil mid have pri'ducbd ('tut, Tlu-v prove to be the common rasp berry. VvltirnUir Copy nf n Lriltrr frmn .V ij Gen. Jisup lo Ihf !5t.critiiri t)f Head Qo mlers. A'lnV nf Hie Si'lUll. F' tir .Ii'pitk.u. Ft b 11.11131! Sin I rep nt. d lo 'lie Adjutant (iettcral mi i In 0 h iiisi. i In., npi-iiii iiiiih ol thi ll v i i ( 1 1 ot the army sonih of ibis po-t to that dale, nnd Hie Hrrniig.'ineiii which I lintl entered int. i with the chiefs Tn-keeoeu mill Unlink Hag". Thr. nrriinseMf nt i? mm tnnj me m rnme in w,m mm- mninUw war, should ihe decision be lo rumuv anil pfiiplr mill nrr In uwr.il Ihf (l'iiinn nf Ilia rrrMilent whtlhr.r thnj .wVii raw tin in the roiinlrij or mil. I pminied to levin un ml i Iml they be portioned tn remain am) that a portion of this ' or r'n (try Ini assigned t hem as t heir ir-,,,cc Ilelote p-e-enltup II1V v,(,ws' (m h(( sul'j-cl. ami redpe,M,,L, ly l!(.((, , ,). Indians, It li'av he r; r for , ,nll. inv owe, p,isiii W1, n.nu , n, (1nes '.it'll of PlM ,.r rn I i.iii . so Hint in what I hull P-ay '.i relaitnti in the S"inin.iies. my views . m n'gartl to the geueial principle inny not mistaken. Helioyiug, as I do, thai the ndtnus cniiiiot, under our (Junsiilu'iuii haven separate political exi-tenei! wiihni an independent State ot tin- Union, wuh- ml I lie con-en', ul the Stale. I believe that il is duo in the Slates in which they nre cnngregati'd ill largo bodies, In remove them whenever I hot, are pressed upon bv hi! while population, and their funis fin- cuine m c.'-snry in t lie iigriruliural wants of Hit! c i ' 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y . Ami I hold Hint Con gress, and nut the Indian-, nre tn determine the prnner lime fur their removal. W, tu nitr Federal cannrity owe the Indian protecti'ii; not that protection secured to our own eili'.'ii- by ihe i qunl iipcraium ofj nor laws, tor lliut in tiunr C'.iuliUnu. would be merely nominal prelection; but we nwe ihein, in iheir individual mid coll. cHvo apacily, that prniectioti w inrh t he tit n in uwes in ins ciniil, ur the rjuarilian tn the ward; mid lu secure them that proton inn. must place them h ymul the operaiinn iil'Siale laws. With the lullesl cimvicl inn, therel'nre. not only ol Ihe policy, but ol ihe justness and humanity of I he meaore. I am in ;.i vnr ul their euti-e emigration, und I have stiptinrled that puhry under uecessivp ailuiiiiisirntiiips Ittii I bnln ve we should nut apply Hi" principle nniil ihe w lnle iinpiilaiiun are in cnnincl W illi orl uiieiniinglod nnnuig itiem. The stntu nl Hongs nl which I cniiplder their reinoval iinperaMvu, actually exi-ted when Hie tribes inhabiting Ohio. Imliann. Ulinoi-, MisMturi. Mttsipsippi nnd Sou'h Aluhaina, were sent tu the Wesi ; ihat state ol ihings nctually exi-'R in 'elaiion to Hie Cli.rr.kees in 'I'ennepspp, Norih Alaltaiiia. and Georgia, nnd regardless of the upposi i made In the measure, I hey should be ai once reuiov. d. In regnul M the Si iiiiimles WB II WB COM M I'P'PBD THBBRROR OF A 1' PBMP'IING TO R BMOVB 'PHBI WIII'JN TIILIR LANDS I '.UP, NOI RBQIJIItBH FOR AGRICULTURAL! we.o dr'vi'n l"'iu their homes ami theit I'URPOSBS; WHBN TIIBY W BR INUF UN Villi WAV OF TIIU wm INIIAIH'I AN I S ; AM) WHBN TI I B ; !H BAT Bit PORTION OF TIIBIR . ("OUN I KY WAS AN UN BXl'I.OIl BI) WIU)BRNI'3. OF TUB INTBRIOI OF WHICH WB WKUF, AS KiNO- HA NT AH OF 'I'll F. INTF.IHMI! OF CHINA W. pxli btt. in our present cnti test, the fi'st iiiptnnee, perhnps. since Ihe coinmouceiMoiit ol ninhriitin history, of a tint nm employing an army to explore a country, (for we ran do liulu mure thai' explore il) or nltenipting to remove a band of suvng from one unexplored wildctnes to another. As n soldier it i inv duly, I nm nwarr, NOT TO COM M BNT UPON TUB POLICY OF TUB COY BRNMBNT. but to rnrry it nut in nre rtlnnce with my iii'l'iicttnu-. I liaveeiiilenvoti-ffnilhlu.il it. d.sn; HUT THK PliOSPI'.CT Of TBRMINATIN'C TUB W A II IN ANY l!B SON.it!,B TIM I i- A.N Y TIIINCJ PUT FI.VPTBIMNr, MY DBCIDi I) OPINION' IH THAT UM.BSS IM M Bill STB BMKJR TIO l$B AltA.N- DON'BI) 'PI 1 B WAR WIBB CON- IIM'B FOl! YF.ARS TO COMB NI) A P CONST .TBY ACCUMU LATING BXPBNsB N ii nut iii.i, well worihv ihe serum- C"ipidernl ion ot an enlightened (iiiveriinp'li' , whether, t veil if the wilderni'ps we are Irnv. rsing conUI be inhabited by white men, (w Inrh is ii"i he laei) ihe nh. cl we are contending ! r would he worth Hie co-t ? I criatnly di no) ihiol; it wi'ii'd ; ii.tleid. do nut cu uler t he cniiit ry south of Cincknn H it chee Worlh Ihe medicines We shall eXpt'llll l i driving the Indian-- from II. 1 1' I .were permit ' cd. mid it is with great d'Hidi'iice I venture tn make the sttgg. siioit 1 would allow tin m to remain and would ii-sioii I In in i he eon tit rv wi si ul' Kis-imin: e. Okie. Oiiobco, and llanai Okee, nod ens "I r. Use C'l'i'k, sunt II to Hie extreme i.l Florida. That woiikI satisfy them ; nut 'hey inighl Iti'lil it on t he evpress coudliioi Hint 'hey -huu.d forteit llief right to it. n i hey should commit d predaMous upon I he u lnle nil. lib' n tit - or pa.-- the b.uindii t top a--igu.'il In i hem without the written per mipsioti nf the. military commander o agent. l!v placing nn njency nnd authorizing 'ratting lump's nn (Jiar otte's harbor, tlu-v coii'd he soon rouceutruteil ; and stat iiining a enmpi'lent military lurce I here nnd a 'I'm m a Hay. they might be readily coutn l led. and. if n. et'pp.i ry, removed from tip country, shtui'd t hey become troublesome or lull lo fo il their engagements. I re ppec'tiny reeiiinuieut! tin uien'tire tn ynui eiuisiili-rai.iui noil that nf the Prr-piilem . n the only uii'iinsnf leriuuinliog unii.edi.iiely ii ino-t ili-asi rmis war. nnd leaving th ttnops ill-i -sal tor other service. I ile.-tr a tleci-ion as -non ns y.oir cooveineiice will permit, n-, by the m tlille nf April nt far itie-i. lite troops must tie wunilrawn ironi all the posts in the interior, lu preserve their lives. Slimi'd it he delermiiied to remove the Indiitip by force, and to continue in.- war on ll lliey siihiii'l uiiRonditioiiallv, I tl blre that the I'liinmunii-al inn be cutiliileui ir, anil that the uii'lerhe cui'.sidered eonl'lib n un ai w iisiniiginn. in oruer tliat I may hnv iiiorina'ioti of n hploie u cin b coiiimt'iuealed hy letter wrreis to other lor i here can he but I it l lo doubt of tlieir living in Hie -waiups ngam, nnd rouewiu" i hem I' I' lie deternittu'd that the Indians now in Florida remain it vii tiiil he het'er thai hope wlm are at New O lean- anil Ctuir i' tun. wuhthe except inn of uni! ur two o1 Hi" chief., he -t'lit to the wept; their force would thn. he divided and wetiki'iied, ami many of the rel'ttioiw of those ,-rin lo the Wept might soon he induced to billow. Tin- c.'lllo.imirat ion will he delivered to you by my atil do. amp. Bt- Innnard. a Innli'y va'u ih e i flicer. whom I earnestly lei-oumn nd in your luvomble consideration unit mteiiiion. I hnve the honor to lie, most respect fully, Voui ob't t-ervanl TH JBSUP M'ljor General Cmuiuaiiding. The Hon. J. R Poinpi:tt. Sicretary of War, Wn-hingtnn City. From iht! Alt) my Jniini.il. And "In i Ins uoniplnximi" the Florida war has "come nt Inst." This powerful Republic, after a three years unholy ami inglorious war wpIi a remnant tribe nf Seiiiiiuile Indians, is informed hy I's com ui'tniltng (leneral tint Ihe crti-ndo MUST liB AHANDONBi). mt TUB WAR V;iBB CONTINUB FOR YBARS TO COM B. AND AT CONSTANTLY ACCUMULATING BXPBNSB ! 'Phis letter is full of ui-irucHon. It unfold- volumes n' t m'f'ial iiiiiiIips nnd folly. It I'xnilnis tlm Ann ncan G vent uiei'it in an niniude which would degtude the tiio-i abject Nanuii that e.M-'s. I' turn -lies a chap'er ni our In-tory torn w 4 nrovoke ihu morn of all eivihzi'd Na'inn It imprint, n simn upon un nalnuiul e-eu'eheon wlnrh tune emuinl t Hace. Why was i In- wicked war waned? What provok.il U ? The Indians wer,. gtulHe-s nl otr.'iire either in nur piIiz. iis. our laws, ur nur ooveriuncni. Why then dtil we tin battle again-l thnu ? It was n wnr ul riuiqiiesl. We cveled ilu'tr Intnl.. Tins brnad. iHiiniinhl" RepuhUe tins vast U'ttvers". was not huge enough fur us ! 'Plie half exlmcl tr'be ol S- uiiii'.h's inhah Iting 'he Fverghuh s and Swamps nf Fluri da . Innii hr ilriven from Iheir man rot', be.. vend tho It i'kv Aloiiuiauip ! Fur tin- purpose n.i uorigineiiiis war was di eimed. The Army ami Navy were sen' ngalllsl the St'ini'ioh'p-. Bnurni"us expen d'tiires went miHinrifi-d The lodiuiip Bl lodges, nnd plundered of their callhi nnd usillicir com. J liny reireaicu io inetr ini nesses, whore, with Hie (imi ul liinims lor tlmir shield, they hnve hold the etitiro Army nf the Utu'od Slntes nt ba ! Tins wnr with five or six hundred mi ernbie 1 nd tn ii-s, hns lnli'd longer limit Hint with BiiL'land, It has cost gift 000 000, and the blood nf al l'nt four Americmw for every Indian in Flornla. Tint Ihinl campaign is "dragging iti slow length" towards n clpsn, mul wluit hns been nc rninplislied ? We point lo (Jen. .letup's! letter for u reply n reply which will miiko. nil the respoiipible aii'hnrs nnd abettm. of this execrable war crimson wi'h shame. In 'li s cni'fl el of rohbry ntul raftine. Iht! mule ant! spirit of Hif Army has been wounded und iirukcn. Many nf our most estimable officers, ili-daunng to plunder ami ot press ihe uiu'fi'. iuluig Indians, have c.t" back their ronuiiiss" ll-'. Others have performed their ettfurci d duties Inuthiuglv, Bvrv rnnu of honor mul chivalry, engaged in tin- war, has felt thai bulb were com pri'tnied. We hnve. front th" beginmngj denoun rd this nt mcnni- War with every term of reproach wlnrh we could couimand Wo have been nstoiiiph dm the public apathy to relation to it. We havn been 6 II more aiuinshed that C ugri'Fs bus pot thundered or'h its nnailn ma- eo.U'-l the Ar'uunis ta'ion. Me,-r.' (J it a n t:n nnd Wirt:, in !I3G del lintl their b"l's nt the tni-creants, hut since that tune miliums ol do'lars have en voted lu sink the nntioo s ill deeper in it-bt anil dishonor. The supplies ought otig since to have been slopped The Letter of Gen. Jk-UP, now publi-hed, vin- rates all the positions we have taken, mid p.. .ves that this War wlnrh never mid have been commenced might, ttpun every p'liiniple nf pulley winch con- wt-r. government, to have been eln-ed twit years ago. Look again at Gen. Jesup's L"l tcr : We have" says I he commanding Gener I. "rmmnillrd Ihe irrnr nf attempting In mnnre Hum 'tie rj. unnoiesj xeiiui ineir Inntls iccre nut witntul fur .'lrinillural purposes; xchen thcij wrrr mil in tin: wny rf thr ivhil'i inhiilj'tiiuli." luu u eoniessiiui ! 'Phi ly j'i-llliraton f.r a War with the Indiniis is i Iml, t heir Inmh m nj be wanted or Agricultural purpose; and in tine ease we are wit'omn thin wrelulied pretext, 'or G n Jr.-L't' ndmiis dial their "Itindt xo:renl ictnltd" and that these Indians in re 'nut in the cmj of the xchile inhnbi InnU .'" And tin- most impoMant tact is only dt-envcred alter thme years war. and then, not by the imbeciles who oilmuusler ihe Government, but by a General Officer who pni-niu lu- nrrow by remnrkiog Ihat 'ni a toWiVp, 1? my duty. I mn nxo ire. not to comment upon the policy nf the Govern menl " ll'lhi- pointed satire d.d riot make the CabitiPt hnng their dull heads Ihey nuipi be proof ngntn-t shame ! Again : "We exhhit." says tho Grneralj "in our present contest, the first instance, perhnps. since Ihe commencement of au thentic history, ufn nation employing on tinny to explore a e.uiiutry, nr attempting to remove a baud nf saveges from one un Xploted wilderness In another. For a "so'dier who is aware I lint it is his duty tint to comment upon the policy of the Gove rninetil," Hih ij another keen, but jtt-t ribit!;. We do exhibit uiiiselvcs. io this must disgraceful and fruitless wnr, in p. position more degraded than that nfmn "her mn mn "1111116 Ihe commencement of 'riu thenli: hhlnry " li.'i n- reier again to the unuer. ".;; ihcidid opinion is." -n v - Hie General, ''that iinhit imedntte emisralinn be abandoned, the xcar xo.ll continue for ijeurt tn come, villi id stonily ni 1 wnulnling expense!" It .... continues the General, "Worthy nf Jhe serums consideration of an enlightened Gov ernment, whether, even if the wildprno?! we nre traversing could bu inhabited by Urn while uvui. (which is nnl the fact) the object we nre contending lor would be. worth the cost ?" Hem i- knowledge bo't with iren-ures ntul blond! The wilder ness which our nrmy 'h traversing is not iiihnbiiiib o dtr wl -! The que.-non mny ami v 1 1 1 be a-kcl nn ciihghleni.'d Guvern menl whether such a wihlerne-s is worth uiPlwns of money and rivers of blnml ? Gen. Jk-up ihen. with 'great dilliilcncc." stteget's that the Indiins bo perm. 11. d to mutin portions 0I1I1. tr own iiui'iliHbi'nblo icrritnrv, with winch he sny- Ihcij xcill be satnfuii Ami the terri'my now p-euo-ed in he ue'did to the Indians Ucn Je-lt does "nor" consider xi'irlh thr main ine ire ttnll expnid in driving thtm from it " It remanis i i be seen wluit nnjiier tin mlii'hliicd Govenimtnl reiii'tied to this L iter! We shall be permitted t-know. ni the process nl tune, wnelhcr the Indian? are to remain in n wilderness nul worth 1 he nn iliciin - it wi'l est t" expel tin m. or the war is toe 111111111" lor years to come. wuh con-taiitly accumulating expeii-t'.'" We shall be in'orilied at -nine future day. whether Hie Amiiv nf Hie U'.'i"d h ules IH tu remain "employed in exploring a xcilder. nest." or return 10 ihe di-piung'' nl us up- pruiiriate ilu'ips, We await 'tins' inluruia- l.'tt wi'h more than onliimrv interest. lit ihe un nn tune, we nslc Hie People of he United Stales in review. 111 their minds, lieri-e. pnigm-s and dedinn nf Ibis ".m ist II ASTIIOOS w u " It is ill" pernnulicn iini ul Van linn ins-in. It expiisfs, 111 1 rue relief, the niiieiuii'ss ol tin Administration. It proves by the confession nf it.- own pel ted, punning General, Hint thuu-auds of livs mul niil'inus nt ima-nre have been 'uvi-hed in fighting Indians wlm were "not tnnurwwj mul in running ineiii m imuiH w h nh ' are nnl xennted" I here has not, ' pck. Tin: coMMi:cr.MKvrt r .iutiiktic iiitoiiv," hem a painHel lur the injusuc". l'each"iy, unbecihty. s'optdity and enrrnp- 1 inn by winch this n'rocmns mul execrable war is disnugui-hed. 'Phis war alone to ay mulling of its other eiiormilii's trill put ihe broad, blistering brand of infamy upon the forehead of tint detestable Administration.