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elms. J. :Martin. T!rctid cut.
A. F. Wili4artil, Cicc ••
- The Indepqylent. Farmer.
„Let sailors' .;*.c.g the windy dcep.. - .
Let soldiers praise ;heir armor,
• But In my heart this tenet I'll keep.
The Indepe'ndent Farmer: •- . ,
' • When tfrlt the rd;..e.. in robe of - green,
tiLtlol&ilts crin q , =on lining, \ ; •
And 'round lils cottage porch Is seen
The ii'ont.. 7 su : ,....rt! tvlining, --
When hanks of bloom their sweetness yield. ,
i To hoes tlistotthci honey. •
Ile drives hi: team across the field,
• Ni'Let e akit'spe soft and sunny. . ..
- ' T. he blackbirecirks behind his plow.
. The quail pi , a loud and tAesrly ; . .
Ton orchard hide' , beyond IN bough 4
The home he loves EU. dearly ;,
• i The grey old harm whose augra netfOld
Ills ample store in mealiare..
Mote z . lth than hoarded heaps of gold— .
A preci.',lls, blessed tretlstire:
' . .Bete nnder in the porch there stands
,- ' Ills wife - , the lovely eh:trate?: - .
The sweetest rose on-a!1 Lir' Linda- .' •
The Itn i ielicunc:nt Farrc.t.r. - . .
• • • . To him he spring emcees dahelng gay.
• •To hlm the stmm.c; blusher, .f
''. The autumn smiles wit h'Mellow ray,
Ilia Is:eepold'wit:tcr hu - shes;
Be ca:o • not how the world r4r..F =ere.- ' ,
I',. l':Zo clOnbtr. , or fears confound Wm;
' , i
1 • _ - 11:,, lit tlei'...,?cl;. are link,rl in lo: e, , .-
And honFcholci angeiS `round him ;
Ile ;rear in God and I: . t.wlfe„ P- -
Nu : girt, nor l'i may harm her, • 1 1
Lea i.t.fur'C:..- not.)ieuad In lite—, , .. .
- . - The Ind-open:dent ni mer. ,
TRE AS tin Hum-TING.
Tile Burci6mastei: of the Niillage of
mall of dis state
propeusities,'wa,s iu the habit' of fregnent
ing the pablflehonse.4 of the pla'eo, in or.
der Ito cujyty With loose comp:o'6(ms the
iyregulari:ies , ilC dare(l itdt attempt in hi 3
own house, in the fax Of izn upon
hiiuself the-rein-ellen:4°li of I; is . ' superiors
in office.. !A felloW of the I,alue.4osl ex
wito acted as his clerk, was atsually
Ilk companion of these excesses.
One stint:der nioit,as:they-wei.c . Feated'
mer.ordiitf> . to cast otn. ill tile public room
of the inn, considerably.'the , irore'fo'r a
carouse prolonged after tlib decent inhab
itants of the Nilift're had. retired to rist,a
stranger . entered pie inn,. deinaneling
'night's ::u and having- icr,proached
the table.at Nvilleir tite but-go:1 - 1;0 . er and
his frje.nd were drinking, continned to at
tract their attention by_utterin_o - piofotind
• Pcovoked Li the internpli9r, th e 13m
"-ministers, whose name was Listenhaek,
demanded the cause of his affliction; to
which t ite fellow 'replied that. it wacmne
NVidi %%ilia he aid ii t ehoose to trouble
- two gentlilnen so 'distinguished as those
he saiv before 11011.
Tickled by this flattery, .osterwald in
sisted on an explanation; and at length'
afterimuch..sliow ,, of caution and mystery,
,the strainer deAred 'that, be'lig a poor
student, or the Univi2rsity ofJelifl, he had
Veen warned, by Tdreiftn to repair to the
r,ld castle of lirnmtnersdorl; - where he
;Could gild a fertile source of proSperity
ln' his old - " • „
". I knew not,'.' said the 'stranger " that
there sexi.-t.:-d &Itch a ;spot as Brinntners
dorf on the face of the ~ lobe ;lint (»I e9n
stilling - my books of svienc the tollowilr
morning, I dist:overed, not pith- that, it
possessed the' ruins of Oneitlit castle;
iinmeriy one of- thelinest in 1,170.4
but that the constellations wereAvorable
to the enteiTrise."-
•"1: recommend you, 'then, to set off' at
thiy.break.lbr the _cattle," sai.i 'OsterWahl,
t• which is .siturited:. 9 1 1 1 Y l a ft'w - hundred -1
yar&t distance,.rin - tire cliff overhanging f
the viiinu,e."' 1 ' - - . .
"Alas ! 1 have just Teturned from
-thenee I" repliefithe stranger.' "'I vas ex
pressly enjoined iii my dreani to visit the
spot at the 'full: of the . moon."
"And what sireeess have . Nonmdt.with,
my goodfriend ?"- demanded Listen back,
with - inereasing.curiosity: , • • •
nozaell you; genflemeni'sinee
. yon,appar to-be inhabitants. of the place,-
" relilied_tbe:strangei'," that the:old castle
o-f Brunimersdorf is .the :depository of-a
treffnre, Ile property of the
'exiinet house of that name."
" , Indeed !" exclaituo his astnaiiihed
auditors. ; -"That accounts for the . eilict
issued byLvrpinent, that. , the
tants ..,should on. no aceaut.he.pertuitt - cd
to diSturb a stone of that, ancient nannu:.
" On arriving,at the Allot," "rrjoineit the
- MONTROSE, PA., Tugsbiy, MAlldll 10, 1863.
stranzer, "rinadelnown in a loud voice !
the'spiritual antborby by which my-Ja5....1
slim was appointed.. lof the spirit j
to whom is delezated the zuardian I
ship of I
the bidden treasure replied' that he was
not pormitted;to divulge the spot, where
it -was buried,. unless adjured by three per
sons at once, and, unless the _vat/ 4911,F
tabling it wits opened . by a magic kex—to
be 1 ormed - of pure gold. But, alas! how
ever tempting. the prospect, gentlemen,
how is a poor mortal like inyself,to pro
cure the twenty-one*dneats winch the. , ipir-.
it arts to be indispensable for. the cast
ing of the key; or the attend :nee Of two
enterprising.comPaitions Willing to sl'iarc
nv eNplbit. and us noble . reward
You two companions are before yen,”
e.Tclaimed the `boozy burgomaster, "pi
• yon vii pt our company. -Let Me
sec what i , r 4 have in my' purse !"
Even with' ut paying the reckoning, in- t
e luding-a fresh bottle of wine called for to-t
drink success to thl. expedition,,the purse=
of the burgontastor did- not furnish half
;lie necessary sum: Nothinfr Iva.; easier
-for idin, intwever, than 1.6. dispatch Isis 1
clerk to the stron . n - hoxi of _his
which, :is he .was t,b iging (min:zit to in
form them, contained nearly a couphi Yi
, huner,-d of ducats.'
1;1 as - short-a time as 'the condition of•
his intellekwmild -:!pow, Oster wrdd
tarred h the recii,ite sect; amt the
ihrc comp:Minns. after an inspiriting ,
bumper ; took tin it way towarcls the ru- .
in , 4 of Oil: Ora Ca .
Ilat it; arrived on a platform beforethe'
ven i -ranle gateway, distinctly visible- by
the hrilliant.light of the' Moon, the strap=
. r dr'ew.from his pocket a short, black .
w. 1114 , 11 ne traced upon the; parch
ed turf a small circle,. ylornin.‘ : * it with
eiees . and symbols. _
" him this ninf - ; io circle,' ; :Jaid he,ad
dressin coMpaitionS, who were over
come t'y wine and partly .by W-e,
" yon must pace your-elves, in ordee to
1 ) e secure the nroleqntion of the evil
spirits besetting the : spot, - whii.e I pro- .
ct!e4l t 4 -) fulfil c . oini s itions of . the guar
dian spirit oftlid eastern tower"
The two' drunkards;not--a Buie pl&tsed
to be thu:i ziticuro trout an interview -so
tremcri compiled; and having
furitilied the stranger with- the purse,
look up the:r position within the circle.—
.j For suttee time intense anxiety kept them
silent. At 11 ngth they'ventured to com
municate to catAt othler the opinion that
the interview lietweep the strange student
mzd the spirit of the cast.la was so . niewhat
long ;, lint being latitiolby tjteirpoAtion
within the rangie dreje r weavy of standing,
and oppressedlby drowsiness, thil agreed
to stretch their limbs on th i zrDund.--f-
ext ruornin!= th&•\ - illage of - BrUmmers
dorf was (I,isturbed by the discovery- that
iu the' course .of night the odice of
the ytr. , otnaster rail been 'l:ruled' into,
and ifs stren'i. : boxiii!age'd,.'the iron safe
toci:L.7 left•en,nty -on the 4111(1r.. A further_
search w i ai immediatelY•justituted, but
no hurgotnist.er wcrs to be. found;
and his 'clerk boinfr also absent, the disso
lute• character of Listcubach and Oster
wald caused. them tt7 fifl under suspicion
of bailnWeinbez - 4ed and carried off' the
- The testimony of the laratiord,
bdwevei-, soot') induced othet: sitimises ;
and jlic eonstables, by whom the robbery
was di ,, cov . ered i haying proceeded at the
head of a body or pe:•ants to the ruin .of
the o.ld :castle, the . i;apless burgomaster
and his drunkn clerk were. discovered
stretched on the grOund not ; ,as was .
the firSt instance apprehended; bathed in
their gore, blkt, yiietly sleeping off,the
fumes of their -Carouse.
The loss of looney . was succeeded,,of coarse, by the loss Of the . . place for
Which he had shown himselfs() incompe
tent:. Blit-in the cotrrSe of tlie summer
the cunning imposter- was .arrsted, and it
Was the evidence of the parties theniscvs,
on his trial which gave publicity .to the
A Farmer's Visit to Dir. Lincoln:,
OR the occasion of a recent • visit fo,
Washington, I took the opportunity,
after -.the transaction . necessat y
business, to eafl on the President . .
tit e of raising
toe: : iand WoOil on the
hills of .Wyoming. than -the formalities of
Repto,llow. etiquette, matt pattilally
Sensitive .Lout wy toilet; and. the;still.l
bracer giiiiie_ . ct,.of my- manners, and per-
Oiaps Morals." Buil might
t , have. spait4' Myself - any -anxiety, for - tliesel
Platters. semi. to - be t'ery. eSteetntil.
Arrivol at the -grec,utive - - - mansion-
Co - hipani* with a ft iencl, new n
Washibgtott,,'itt bad. the - good' to'
. }earn Ailat tbe yriefiident ,ria at' leisure, ,
and were immediately admitted
: by. the
good-natured attendant:. - A party of. cal
lers Were exeltanging U few last words
with the President as we entered.' Ap=,
parently The meeting had been- a stortny.
One, and I was not without suspicion that ;
Mr. I.incOln's, ready acquieseence in our'
•request for-an - interview was .meant - for
more than a hint for his pertinacious visit
ors fo make their stay as brief as possi
ble:" The President had been seated, lint
immediately rose,-stret , :hing upwards to
my astonished vision like' Capt. Wragge's
wife in Will:t i e Collins' popular novel, until,
he seemed fairly todwarf the proportion
of L;vcrything► in the vicinity, and advanc
ed,ja few steps to meet us: " How lonfr;
0 tord ? how long ?" I thought; and the
net instant I encountered the President
ial digits. - The contact with that great,
flabby hand was' not - exhilarating, , but
• rather the • (reverse, .• for never, surely,
was there iso ' formal - Mid • spiritless
a ceremonyits that of shaking hands with,
' the President. . It was like shaking a moist
; dill-cloth. I •
' Mr. Lincoln is long,; lean aid angular.
i i Every lineaMetit of his face, every mot ion
iof his broil y;. and every wrinkle Of his
trowsers tell of lassitude and utter • ex
hatisliOn: It is painfullyevident that .he
l is an over-Matched and over-burdened
1 titan . . .How, that languid,. careworn,
; cadaverous crate can summon energy
I enongh to ',4 all runny stories," or act die.
!:.'part 'of a ttrMit, suilpasses all my powers
iuf compreitimsion. His, .pendulous
lamas seem tO oscillate in consquente of
t'sonte impahie of their own ; his huge, hail
Ihands have outgrown everything but : his
own elephaMine feet.-
- - Ws- coat was of the fashion of ten years
ago, the sleeves alazed and shiny Trottr
.tiac co r nstant attrition • of. the desk, his
"farmers' stain" vest was in sitni,lar ''style
and conditiOn, and the long ends of his
neck-=tie had worked' loose and floated like
streamers on vac!) side of his head, which
will &Ways lite associated in my mind with
an interrog4t ion point, it hild such a look
of Atimb inquisitiveness. Ba the face of
the President is his most remarkable
~,aecttliarily. , L' N r o 44*i:1re-that
_I have seen
gives - the faintest idea of its lugubrious
expression Of mingled benevolence, subdu
ed energy, lassitude and tiicoutlitiess.—
liis portrait on_ the greenbacks loOks pert,
ottiplacent and self-reliant . in comparison.
vith the living- original. , Ills overgrown
rose stands like ri .sentinel between two
great,. dreatny, - flishllike eyes Otis cheeks,
sunken, wrinkled . and phichl, - hang like
curtains drawn aside to display his mouth,
and his huge flaps of ears look like nothing
so much as two - thrifty cabbage - leaves,,
Which have sprouted out an thick under
growth of black hair and whiskers that
serve to mark the outline of his counten
ance. - - ~ .
Sueli were my first 'impressions of the
man in whose hands; to a great extent ;
the destinids of our count ry'are pldeed.—
And when I think of his nearly two: yeam
administrative: failure; and the more
than two Years of troublesome times yet
'to come,.l End my first thought on.seOng
•him " Hoot - lung, 0 Lord ! hoiv long ?"
N. Y. Arges.-
Ab P litio4 Philanthiophy., '
Hood's .iong of the Shirt has been- re
alized in this country. Rich contractors,
who have' reaps huge - fortunes out of
this wail a lwdr which the
'tu carry cut by taxes upon his-lalior; these
rich contractors are now serving the
working classes as_ the tradesmen of En e ,,a . -.
land served the operatives there; which
poor Tom I l Hoott
_put forth through his
well known,ballad. •,
-"Oh God that food shonld bo, so dear,
.and deli and blood so cheap ?"
It belou,gs. to the untanical .BIY : Aton.
ton ,flocs this high ltinier of payipg, five)
ventil.each fur nankin& Shirts with thice
button holes. So reads; the 'contradt; as
Shylock:shid. Would l .that the; world
could have,the Inanie of the 'Milk
firm,' • of that benevolent city, Which
ground out, the life-bloodfrom tlre-Evpn
at. the rate ofbalfadimeiker
shift. .A-.otart ,girl can inal4e-twO i shirta
:i'day - dime;:_ra:day. -- - The Y hub thb
Univekb"' this. tar
- fir= • • ' . • " .".
A - Misi sto'po of LiyiN - 411 Idrm . Ciled"
id the, 'canal' of . tliat toltyni cotkse
quence of destitcitihn Alt.li9pgh ',work
liiv,;conittintli tor IsreivEogland cOi' '; d,r44i- ;
[ 'cirs,•cin arm,. clothiti,cr, she' tottl no su -
.pOrt hers'elt •;•:Sixt a y-fderit's per'' iseek' on
ilrool6n tillderslArts" 63' ttiO'
irieffca;," by high toned lOyitt 0004'10s : 4
doelar* donated in a .sittle . 10et.14 - ,! 3y
'wealthy-lien:9fYork,lo the workingpecTle,,ottheEnglied Oot;
ton districts! Put tliese two' facia to
gethcr working riven -.what'Abitik -you of
Republican sympathy?-Dollars for for
eigil paupers as a gift.. Pennies grudg- .
ingly doled out at the rate - of apenny nn hour,tbr labor on army material I Ali!
this RcPublican virtue is-arightroyal vir- -
Theireasure lavished in this war has
never been paralleled iths extravagance
of centractorslhas never been approached;
.and 11-orkthe days of Xerxes there has
never been snch a waste "of - .b100d,--the
most of it a mere wanton tvste—but a
mid all - these :extravagances, :more as=
lonnding than all, is the - magnitude ofour
popic debt, or rather what . it 'is to be a
year hence. Loek at the : figure .
Debt per Lincoln's message„;s6llQ,ooo,ooo
Additional•te Jan. Ist, 600,090,000
Treniuty - notes for 1863 - -#34, 400,000,000
Bonds for 1130-64, . , 000;000,000
!Shinplasters generally, • 806,000,000
•Total to July 1, 1863, 2.500;000,006
and an unheard of list of claims, noGpro
vided for, which grow .witli , the increased
es travairance of expenditure, either pub
lic br private. . . ' .. .. ..
The whole 'valuation of the 1481 States,
as gathered by the rather imperfect sta
tistic: of the census, was, in 1860 : : • !
Re:A.ost at e,. 34,647,102,190
Personal,' .- • . ' 1,993,06.6,215
A tOtil, of. - p,040,68,414
or le's's than three times the aniount of our
.public debt. This valuation does u6tprn
duce ten per cent clear profit to '-ibe peo
ple, and the interest on our .national and
state debtS consumes six per cent of it.:.
The,Englisli debt—home and colonial
with whieb we art. in .The habitof coin.'
- paring" ours, ;nay bethus stated : England
is at peace, and. is liquidsting her debt 'at
the rate of fifty millions a - year. In ;1860
the debt was : E9o6,ooCf,oo6, or,saY
000,000. The interest upon it about, or
a fraction less than 3 per vent..
The.whole valuation - upon which this
de6CiSlitisedeleeeds b r
twelve times more' than ours,- with . a.debt
net more than twice as great!, In other
word. 4, taking Valuation, debt and inte
rest into' Calculation, our debt is , about
five times as great as that of ;Great Brit-.
ain Would that our rulers were 'twice as
capable.. - . .
Itmay be said that exhibits of this
:toter are calculated .to impair the nublic
credit; but where an undefined fear of
its securitieS"pervades all ranks, no harm
Can be. done by telling--4hat oat' public
servants have not ~ the'nerVe to do-7-the
truth. This immense debt will be left as
a legacy for a Democratic administration
to get rid of if they can.
tofore been: Skillful in paying oil the na
tional debT,' but, witba 'country shorn of
rirneh of its substance by the war and the
sad mismanagement .and corruption of its
rulers, the wisdom of our, statesmen will
be tasked, and 'their nerve, and vigor
stretched to the trtmest, -to .ralieVe the
people of this great Curse and burden
ptiscd by, AbOlition 'recklessness, incapa
city and crime.--Patriot.an'd .Unicut: • .
1. The:envious man—whO Sends . witty
his nitittob because the man next - to him
is eating venison. • . •
2.-The jealous_ man=-who spreads his
brd with stinging nettles, and then sleeps
3. The proud man—who :getS wet
through sooner then ride inthe carriage of
an inferior. :• ' •
4. The litiOms matiwhogoe• to la*
in the hope of running his oppOnetgiand
gets ruined himself.. : • • -
5. 'rho extravagant. man--who bnya a
berriug, an likes - a dickey. to. - carryjt
Jlome.l • - •
‘ .6. Tha'Ungry - :' learns the
,o.pbieleide; begunse he is Annoyed hy..his
-7, The mean mph—Who runs off without
paYiTsrthe printer, and expeetk:to 'live a
liappy7life, and go to heaven.' at ;its doge.
01 . 411 the seven he ii'the'greateSt
'For genie; One p:Vst; b14e16134 white 13.-
I)orerp, II:live been etnploy,ed:. by the Erie
oah6kt 016001,y. thelf,plerNo.'B. N.
3londay, w ll Pn . the,net4roe'S Wcre
#q9¢toif! their,- wflrk, ,it is' allegecl,
'd r y iveria,assaul 'by byer : five' hrindeda.
; atoll An 44)th er mks
'al ot,the 'titroffi'Weie, severely, hal. apfl
. 451'143' 110' -alteP.ts
ere 1040: ~ Tke ' blaek ttlett it:ot, re
and *tile Wvik,A B
.: . .
• g i on, Tom;,; Dzmoc,.L.,. A.T. • • -
• - Burned LT.is Biblo.•• - ,
, . Alrt, Enrron:—A.leorrespo'ndent of thos
Independent lapubi o icitil, (ns may lie E. 026 .
in he number of Feb. 11th,) stylitifr him; • 1
self ".au-ancient divine," has published:
*hat he calls shert tormon i " (No. 2,)
and by the war, he:declares that he had
no bible te. - talc a text from",-ikit he
was a democrat, mid heron:Ted to a-Dem
peratic church," brit‘ after a careful- exa-m
-,ination he formathat the "bible was clan
*roils and un-demecrfuie," and .therefore
ie burned it. -A pitiable case,truly, and.
one of rare occurrence, - no oubt . . The
purport of his semen it seems Wr s tz git.o •
the Democratic cluirch some particular in
structions, and to adnionisb them to be -
steadfast in the: Demacratio faith, „I-16
tePs us that the Democratic church is -the
inost powerful, and yet the most ignorant
people in the - World: That Verv . feW of
them had ever read the bible. • *Nowi.it
would really seem that this," ancient di
vine" mist - have been naturally skeptical, -
acquainted ds he appears tAlave-been of
,the ignorance of.lhis church; or he would -
have persuaded, his brethren to read the
bible. He being. ancient, the seecl* of 'a-
postacy must have been ldngt n erniinating
inhis -soul, Ilis,:atjachnient,to - the Dent- .
ocratic printiplCs; if we may: Credit his .
language, mutt be Very - t4ronti- , inul un-;
yielding, and yet alinavtimilmuitig, if not
quite4t.hathis brethren might as well burn
up their bibles as 'he bad .. done. Now,
.we are very .confident that if
this ancient divine is re - aliy iii - .fellewship
with DerhoeratiC r principles, the, net of
burning his bible was`,to say theicast - of
it, , altogether premature-, 11 he . bad writ '
,ten "fer publieation . .a. politkal -production,
.whatever might, have been his platform or
sontiment, -- Vwould not have- been called
on to payany attention to it. flut,.:l4ke
pretends o.l* dealing: in divine:matters.,
tie. irreveraitt : .rnnotter of "his , ipeech .in
speakingOltlie bible and the church seems.
to dem4nd a -reply. Therefore, perhaps
for his benefit, hut.espe'cially for the bend
' fit of his br'ethren,nud_ for community in
general, I wish to bffer a few: thoughts
gathered front the bible, to show after all
that thereis - harmony and not conflict:o7z
bet Ween" the bib a and true democratic
principles. And lirst-; we. will, inquire of
some ..reliable and 'stanthird-authbrs eon
seerning the, meaning or definition..of the
terns, "Dernoeracy" and-"Denioerat."--"--
'Noah Weliker, in his dicitionary, , tells us
that DetwieracY is " Government - by the
People=---afcirm'of government which
the supreme power islodged in the bands
of the people collectively, or in Which the
people exercise the poWer
Democrat- One. wll6 ‘ adheres. to -agoV
: ernment by the poi:nil:6, l 6i' favors the ex
tension of the rightiOlS.uffeage to - ail class
es of men.'' John Walker, in his diction
ary,,tells us that Dentocraey is" 611 e of the
three fornis of goveroment, in"which the
sovereign power,is lodged hi the body of
the -people.' The definitionti . ,thus gtven
by . said authors is simple and - phiin with,
out tile leastambignity, admitted' of all:
without controversiv.-. 'tVe& will tnow in-'
quire• whether the. directions g,iyeii in the
new teStainent for the government fityl orr.
der of clrlstian trgoSpel churches are not .
perfedt harmony with the pritie.ipleS of
true Democracy.' Just in - this place;hoir
ever, it Would be very proper to-cif:kr:be
a gospel 'This we may cein - pre- -
alew wet*: Anoi!ganized geS
pelselinrchconiprised of a body ofindi
vidual meinbers,of diVei - siiy, of gifts, .and
recptisite-oilleos, - all - prcifesing flith in. a
Redeemer; auknowledginglini to' be their,
lOrd and hiWgiver,au s d as•observed byDr.
1116s:helm; the celebrated
teriatt (ahliongh.a : Liitheran)'..-"whas,in;dis
cribitig,the order, of.thepritnitiVe 'Church
esi. tells-. ns that """each„ church was a
kind of hidelienAept Republic, go.N'erehig
itself by its ownil.U:ws',:ena4Cd . or, at least
Sivioned by tlio: peg - V01.,P.11 - e.)
doctrine - of This principle, .appearS be
very7dxplicitly, laid down in the- new "tes
tament,*e: try - to: show:
the . first place We; Will_ itOtiO.
-Or, ferntror.!'ree*. ing -metnherg, to -the
:Solve' tO,Ged,, and :then to . the Chtireh kir
'the `will of (1,:a,64 each,lnembe
enjoyed, the(privilege of atting,.ao.
cording their Best :I tulgnieirf;
formity rttle - 1510144.4 in tie
:t ure s. This . is ,evidenf„in.:.,qio." . affe6tions
sii . givai the apito,stlii, j Paidon - the, tith
ch. of Ins epistle t,o -- J:heltonriah6. yei..s ! o l at.
Here the ch urcb .1:170(1 , fftlyntiriiShea.:l.6.
ceit o the.sithj Ofa Opum; Oh Avlip tiiigTit
. i .. •
*de- iii44* ~W.lsbeditt"the - 144;40; riot
to' diotitedlilispitaticrii‘ it iAppetiii,'that