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Ili'port Ol Hits Soorotnry
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PIW,.lirv nf III'! t'rtMlfV.
Willi lilts reniisiiimK if Oen.iituiion. I
tl.lv tnwiesti.ir. tfivma h'i- ""'"'
of vmI.ihIhV nif.iriHHiimi with fet! '' '"
Hi ,,!. I Htrnr-. ..r nr v-riim-ni,
I'litt lirout letisfth of thi-i document mike-li-impossible
f.u us to it ' '
encroaching upon lb" room llrtn.il to IV
paws ofilieM.y. W, v..!l. ttwefor-g.v.
only i ynop'4 "r ,l,p ''" m.u"l,,"t ,u'1
tern Vi't'i it i'nitanM.
ThV present debt or the United Sine s t
Co i -r.t? I S3 2.1 421.02109123 of this
..." . i .. mi iki'v hixruweil since 1810.
Kill Mlll . .1.
Vml 82 250.207 31 upon the I raur
ii'.tt, IsjiibJ in 18117 and 1813.
. 'i'ho Aln contracted by nur g'Jnmeni
latin the Rjvolutionaty war and ptior to
the aildplitm nf t el,eril1 uoiutuuiiuu
dttbt was S53, 173,2 17 52; the pnputali,ui.
7 239.011. I't 1810 the debt had increas.
nl hi 127 334.033 71. J Ins increase wa
in einiaeaiience of the latt war. In 1820
lite lit hi ms reduced to 931,015,500 15
ih population im then upwards of nine
millions. In 1339. it was reduced id 43,
G05. 100 5'J; ihe pnpnlaibn was then up
wards of twelve iiiitliont. In 1835, the
I'ri'snlHiit announced in hia message, tha'
lilt, whole ii l i'in il d-bt "'ill paid with iIk,
exception oL$37.5l3, fur which, tin line
The whole amount of money paid by
iliu ovtfriiu,nt of the United Siatet. from
the 3lsi (if December 1789 to lha 31st ol
Deeefiher 1835 was fr inlereal on debt
4157.029 950 09; for the principal, $257
432 i)33 2 I ii f -r ordin trv nuiinil expens
iipwu N .f 5;lil.O00 000, miking in al
ni .rc iti in O1OI3.O00 Oill). This Urge
mount -d' noiiHV ws derived chiefly from
dmts upon lureign goodi, nnd lha sale
of the I'ublii! Lands Direct taxes were
levied from 1793 until 802, and from 1813
The revenue for (he fiscal year endin;
on the 30ih day of June last was 630,381
700 03; received from the following source
From Customs $26,183,570 94
From the public land 2.059 939 80
Mwi-ellineo'us sources, 201,007 91
Trennirv note nnd In ins under
net of" Murch 3, 1813 1,877,182 35
Makina BSfegate of 30,381,700 03
The Expendiiures durinr llio
same period, including $12.
098.773 54 on account of the
public debt, were 32,938.827 91
Exceeding the year'a re
This latter amount deducted
from the sum remainim; in
Trcaaury, Julv 1, 1843
Left a balance on hand
I, 1844 of
The estimated receipt for '.he prpneni
fiscal year which will end on the 30th
of June 1815; .no as fallows
Friui the Customs
'From Ihe public lands
Froi other source)
120 000 00
Making a lotalof 34,204,874 03
And the estimated expenditures
nnd other demand, on the
Treasury within the same
time amount to 35 010 431 OG
Being mnre than the edlimated
, receipt by 814 550 3
Which deducted from the bal
aii"e reported xn'band he 1st
- of July Inst; as abuved ida
ted 7 857 370 01
'Would leave in the Treasury
on ihe Isiof July 1315; an
Hjijurent InUine ol 7
012 823 5'
'The'Secrelary eslimaled that the reven
tic. rnlL'1'tHil nniler the Tariff Act of 1812
will so far'exeeed the expenditure; of tin
government a to leave a surplus in 1853.
after paving the loan due -in that year til
idiotii fifty millions of dollars and in 1803
nfiri paying the loan then duo of one bun
dled and twelve millions. As so large
ciuphts revenue lying in ihe Tresniry;
via ltd hive pernicious elftjnM; he Ktijjget'
the propriety of rptlutmg die l atlft to the
warm of !lie government.
The piliinr iif (he Nt w York Sini'says
that fiiU'Mlajr dncilinr'tit was placed in
hivpnueimnn nne lim since, -which
Contains fnlldildl. th plan of nri
Association oi Secret Society in Mexico,
whose !iini!)ers me uhi'm lly plcilnfil tc
labor for the pnline-il Im l'lte iinion
of Mi vico wi ll l e Un 'I S elPH nf i e
Nonli (A union "f'icntlt tihmUilccii
ire lot Eilatt'it Utidn ief Ntrtclnj
UlexiCii) mil iiiveH the re.siiis lor Mil
Zigld atvf nriinil tletermiuation.
The Sun ramanki t'nt the names ap
ponile 4ie amonti thx tuns' r fl t ! if,
IM-xtc i-T- iten lnli n'i 'y -.i rj .i'tei
with Ihe ,nrit an 1 w.irki ius of ni in-n.
tu'tims . Sinta Ann, il is luttlict tulcd,
fiMii the prsjjat,
THE WAR PfcU-AKTM ENT.
According loilie Report of the Secro
i try of Wnr( the regular force of the u.
Stales consists of eight regiments of In
intry, two of dragoons and four of ar
illerv. A imd has been made from Hingnrlo
Fori K ml. A military post has been
snhlisheil at Copper ILibor, Like Su
.erior. b is recommended to renew
he buildings .it Fori Otatiol and Fort
llrady, and rem unit tha second regi
neni of, ilraotni.
1vo ei)rphicil division, of the
.rmy have been reiiifiateri. Single iron
or ilntlVe v..odn liednleadi are reenm
.11. tided. Tne hoiie aitilleiy i well
M).)k. ii of, addmonal reeiii'ti arn sk';d
fir.aii'l it i prp'ied lo -taiioti I lit 111 in
he inlet lor, Wlifle lorse in
A'isi Point i. ttcotmnfiiderl, anil com
mittee appointed to fXimlne its condi-
The fori'fieiiion aru bini procu
ied Willi all p.miihlo deupitcli, luvini;
Secretny recommend the pii chtie of
Ihe nnlilaiy ciieon Si.i'eu Ilmul,it Ihe
iS'jriuiv., the mli of Fort O niievoori,
md Ihe completion of ihe works at the
Rip Rips. Enough has not been done
.oii'Ii ol Uapo llattcr.if.
An engineer hat, been sent lo exim
ne Ihe Florida Reif md tlm Tortugas.
Phis fjrtifiCiilion is recommended, and
.Iji) a post at Diuphiu Inland, at ihg
noiiin o uie iMoniie tiay. A enrnse
)l nippers and miners n considered ne-
cessaiy, as well as a ftjimniil 1 oundry,
i ieviion of lite iiension law of the 17ih
if June last, a further appropriation foi
Mat ine Hospitals, an allcrnlion in the
il.in of the General C.imimsiriat, a re
iiov.il ul ihe pi event redliictions upon
'lie Mineral Lnid.f, Ihe furihe.- prosecu
i hi of the public woiks on iht Western
Rivet h and Lake., and Ihe improve
ment of Light House". Lieu'cuani
Freemo'nt's report if his Expedition to
the Rocky Mountain will shortly be
made. I ho Secielary proposes the im
uediale organization of the Neraska let
Mory. beveral good snggesiions art
n.ide Willi reuird to t lie Indians and the
Indian lenilory, and Ihe erection of
luildmgs for the further acenmmnda
ion of the War Dep rtmeiit. The
lociinieut i a judicious and excellent
POST MASTER GENERAL'S RE
PORT. The Postmaster General states in hi.
6-poll thai (lining the administration of
Mr. 'lyler, the curient expenses of the
iepatlmrrit have been met by its reveil
le, and thai the mail service is now grea
ter than at the commencement oi ISH.
The. income for Ihe department for the
year ending the 30ih June, 1S44, was
S4.237.2S5, and the expenditure s were
31, .'07,867. The amount of posing
collected by piMmas'ei dining the four
y ears was $17,488. 037, all of which ha.
leeu paid over by th"m without senou
It-falc.ition or loss. Ihe number of m
deprredations for ihree , cartway 1934
Une hundred of the uepredatots havt
hern arrested and tried. Aliened loss
8562,135, of which S30 1,2 12 have ei
ther been recovered or the loss s .lisfac
torily ascertained. There has been gie-.r
punctuality in tho payments by the post
masters, and the agent.f have heen gen
rallv faithful. A reduction of postage
s recommended lo five and ten cents on
a single letter, the income to sustain the
lepailmeiil; and for flanked doctimcill.
he govern .enl is to piy fir the use ol
lailroads foi tratijpot ling the miiils,nnu
5700.000. Strinnent enactmenis againt.1
jrivate evasion of thu post office law
rr n comniendi l; ind it s added tin
sriatig' m it's ik-ly to be mailt v : I
'Ci. gland (mil Frififf i t-l.'live. to ihe pom
if on let'ei, tit and lium thehc govet n
neni'. The t t ,lilihuii nt of lines of
iiiail Mcarmr.-' Is uigpd wiili coiiMilerablf
oice. The number ofleiteis enried
nit by ihe Cunartl stsamets alone, il is
illrgcil, is SOO.OOO a mouth, netting a
jos'age of 81 GO, 000, per annum. New
aws which xhsll cfieclually prevent ihe
orivate nniU entering into competition
witli Ihe deparlmenl, are declared lo
ie ticcebsary under any circumslan
The teporl is well written, and proves
hat not wi'hjlaii(lng ihe mtsreprescnta
ions antl the -unprecedented obstruc
tors with -which lie has had lo contend,
Mr. Wickliffa has administered his
lenart riienl with a fidelity, success
fid ability, not excelled, if equalled,
;y any of his distinguished predeccs
The Duke of Lmuster presided st n
netting a short lime Miice; at College
Green, Dublin, whence he emanated a
resolution lo rmse n mm of 20,000
fir Falhei Mathew in the first place,
n pay his dc hi.; and in the next, lo
pmrha.e him .hi aniitiHy, in order that
he may continue his labors fur the pro
lion of icmpcraiice.
"TnUTH Vl'TKOVI fHAll
sAttrniKiv, j..v, 4, lets
ICemciuber the Printer
WHEAT. CORN. RYE. BUCK
WHEAT, OATS or WOOD, will be re
ceived for debls duo us for subscription.
Also a few bushels or l'U 1 A I UfcO n
From those who have promised Lumber
inch and inch md a quarter pine bontds
will ho received if delivered soon.
The Columbia County Temperance
Society, held U anninl Convention in
the Luiheran Church; in this town on
Thursday las'. It wa.t atloniled by a
larne number of delegate from the
Auxiliary Societies in the county and
favorable repents were received ol the
i'ne'tmo r m"PTn5 FoiTIt ,i r tl' Ii oni i'litTa -
delihia, j' ciureil in thin place on Wed
new'lay and Thuisday evening last, lo
croudeil houses. He eloquently and feel
innly, di picted Ihe like and misery a
drunkard leads, ami about one hundred
joined the tociely. Societies are cxpacl
ed to take up collections to aid the Lcc
turet let lliein do it liberally
Col. J. Wallace, Tim engaged lo Lec
lure at the following times and places
in the County on Ihe subject of temper
ance, in the evening of oach da..
On the 3d of January at Light street.
4lh, of January, Oi angnvillo.
6th of Jan. Mt Pleasant
7th , of Jan. Greenwood.
8ih of Jan. Warnersville.
9th, of Jan. Roherburg.
lOlltofJan. Fishing cicek.
lllh & 13th, of Jan. IJcrwick
14th, of Jan. Lime Ridge.
15. h, of Jan. Espytown.
16th, of Jan. Uuckllorn.
17th, of Jan. New Columbia.
1 Slh, of Jan. Jet se, town.
20th, of Jan. White Hall.
2 1st & 22d, of Jan. Washington.
23d & 24ih,of Jan. Mootsbu'tg iS' Lib
erly. 25ih & 27. h, of Jan Danville.
23'h of J in iMflhoninn.
29th. of Jan. Valley and Hemlock,
Collections will be taken i n to aid
TIIE POPULAR VOTE.
I'he Washington City Globe has taken
the pains to collect the popular vote in
the several gfales, on Uie Presideuliul qties
lion, which we give below. The Federal
papers, by leaving out South Carolina, in
which slate the Legislatnte cans its vote
mil giving wrong figures have attempted to
.rvake out Mr. Polk a minority President,
when in fact he has a majority over both
tie Federal and Abulil on candidates com
Pennsylvania 107 535 101 203
Mar j laud 31777 35 984
e Jersey 37 183 38 123
Ohio 219 110 155 017
Delaware 5 900 0 200
N'eivYork 237 155 312 454
North Carolina 39 287 93-232
S. Carolina 47 055 3 901
Connecticut 28 811 32 832
Massachusetts 62 985 00872
Vermont )8 813 20 770
Georgia 44 155 42 100
N. llamsphiro 27 103 17 800
Maine 45 102 31 G52
rennesseo 59 977 00 030
Virginia 40 570 43 007
Kentucky 53 000 01 279
Illinois 50 835 45 145
Michigan 20 703 21230
Indiana 70 181 07 808
Mississippi 33 1 0?. 17 920
Louisiana 13 503 12 873
Mtssiuuri 41 309 31 251
Alabama 30 223 21 971
Arkansas 10 782 10 108
1 203 968
1 135 427
59 01 1
127 551 I 191 410
Some parts of the soil of Iowa are re.
morkable for petrifying all kinds of gubtan
ccs, Recently, in removing some bodies
i rom a gravoyaru, it was lounu that rome
which hail been buried five years were in a
state of petrifaction.
MORTALITY AMONG THE FI Sll
The same phenomenon which was ob
icrved a few weeks ago along the coast at
the East, is also to Le seen on the New
Jersey sea rdiore, The wliola shorn for
tl.lrly or foty miles is covered with dead
fish. Many of the fish aro waslicd'up be
foro they ate dead, Sp great is tlio'numbci
that ecnllemaryHompulcd that on Lcam.
ing's Beach alone there must bo ten Ihou
liewards of Entcrprhe.S'boul
dozen veara ago, the brothers Cham
bers, of E linbtirg, Scotland, were com
positors in " printing office; now the
are the proprietor! ol one of the largos
cs ablishmenls of the kind in the wot Id.
Their warehouses are so extensive thai
tho bindery atono will acommjdati
jomo two hundred and fifiy personsphe
buildings are eleven stories in tieigin,
bjiug situiled on thu stitle of a hill.
liacli lloor is approprtatcn to a jmuuu
(ar branch of the business; the composi
tor's room, the press room, tho stereo
tviiina denatlmenl.lho binding, pub
lishing, and the editorial rooms, ihe
eireolnioti of Chambct'' Edinbutg
.Imirnal is tiltielv thousand weekly;
thirteen thousand ofth ir Cyclopedia of
Englinh Literature, and of ihutr ijjduc.i
tional Seiics some fifiy thousand. The
lolal qiiantiiy of printed nheetn issued ol
iheir several ptiuiic.nions' wag esinn ueu
1 .... N tl T
about seven millions annuaii) . ooiu
a pugn icioiis antl
lieu of the Peace. His resignation was
communicated to the Legislature on trie
7th ull., and read vet hat im as follows.
HALIFAX, 7th Oct., 1813.
To lis Ex John il Moreheudx
Dear Sir ; About seven yeais since
some of my friend; then in tho Leebl,
lute from motives probably known tt
them (but I am sure not fiom a belief
in my qualifications' for that office)
thought proper to nominate mo lo thi
office of Jut-tice ol Ihe Peace. With
little or no rtfk-ction upon tho subject,
the appointment was accepted, and to
use a common leim, I was "duly quali-
lieii" witiioui the lirsl qualilication, ex
cept the physical ability losepatate men
who weie disposed to fight.
During the time 1 have been in office
I have had seven fl lits, a Kreat number
of quarrels have he"ti indicted twice
and I conceive the greatest act of justicr
u Inch 1 can do Ibi ptib'ie. and myself,
is to re.Mgn my said ollro of Justice ol
the Peace which resignation is here-
wim leiKienn inroin'ii you to llu; ensu
ing Legislature of our S ate.
1 am, very respccfully . voui",
R M. SHEA WIN
TRMENDOUS SNOW-STORM ON
Suspension of the Travel. The storm
of Wednesday night was one of the
heaviest ever known on Lone Island.
I'he snow fell al Greenport, tho easttrn
terminus Qt the Uailroid. and tor a
distance of thirlv live miles West Lon
that place, lo Ihe depth of Irom ten to
twelve f.-i't. Gtng.v of laborers are em
ployed along the whole route in clear
ing the snow from tho railroad track.
I hey were aided by seven locomotive,
bin weie not expected lo succeed in
afltcting their object before Mon
day. ILVITED STATES SENATOR.
We n 'c proposed, in various (vinter
of the Stair, for thu stitlon of United
S a'es S uator, the names of the Hon
John S urgmin. Wilson M'Cantlless
Eq , Gen. Win, F. Packer, Hon. G,o.
W. Woodward. Hon. John Ii rtdin.
Hon. J. Galhraith, Gov. Da. id R
Po: ter, lion. David Wilmot, Col. J am ti
ll. Soowden, Hon Nathaninl IL Eldretl
Geu. John D.ivis, Charles W. Hegins,
Eq., Hon. Thos. S. Bl'II, Hon. E 13
Uubley, James Clark, Eq. H. 13.
Tin: Hir.H Tahivf, The Lowell
fox Populi chronicles tho fact that n
ich Southern man, on a visit to that
city, happened to find at work in one ol
he factories a beautiful girl, the petfec
lion of Ins ideal, lo whom he at length
was introduced, and finding her all In
desired, by the consent of her friends,
and amid the congratulations' of many,
she became his blushing bride, and hi
gone to preside over his home in the
sunny S mth. Tho lealities and ro
ma nee of the factoiies are many and in
teresting. A Veimont paper stales that there an
'ix hundred and five clergymen in thai
State, equal lo one to about four hun
dred and eighty-two inhabitants.
Two hundred and three of these nr
Influx of Jews to the IIoIij Laud
The i nflux of Jews to the Holy Lsntl
has been very great of late. There is
aid to bo no more room in Jeiusalem
for Ihemjlhey have already spread ovei
a part of the Tuikish quarter. Juffa has
been selected by them lot the erablish-
inent of a Jeshiha, and seveial rabbi
have beon appointed for that purposs.
.Many new comeis have settled at Jalla
ind other places along the coast.
Thin shots an arliola worn in the
winter by high spirited young ladies;
who would ratlicr die than conceal Ihe
bcauiy of then feci.
TO Hltl PATRONS;
January 1st 1815.
When Otis we love departs, we grieve,
And scarcely can our hearts believe,
I'hal e'er 'gain t'ley'K beat a free,
As happy ami as full f gleo,
As when his voice, whio'i now is sun,
Could every nerve with rapture thrill,
(lis virtues wear nbtightor htu',
His follies vanish from our view ;
We Inly gr eve, we freely sigh,
And friendship's tribute dims the eye.
Ourpleasnie with our friend seems dead.
Grief from his grave spring up tniteou .
The past looks fair as Eden's bloom,
The future cheerless as the tomb.
Old eighteen hundred forty four,
Our benefactor is no mnre.
Yet none lament him-all arc gay,
With mirth and song they spend the da.
Of sugar plums, anil cakes and toys,
Among the bright eyed girls and boys,
Who laugh and tlanre, and shout and sing
Around the old man in a ringj
Till ho almost as blest s they,
Rings songs although his locks are gray.
This group rejoire that forty four
Has left them to return no mure;
They loved him not, but Patron why,
I cannot tell I need not try.
E'en yonder maidens young and fair,
Who were the old year's special care,
To whom, tho' graced with charms before
lie freely gave a thousand mnre,
Till in their face as now you soe,
Beam beatily, knowledge, modesty,
(Which three whatever maid possess,
Though not an angel scarce is less)
E'en they I say, ungrateful prove,
For while ho died, they talked of love.
Ah I foolishly men blamo tho past,
The present thoughtless from ihcm cast.
The unknown future charms their eye,
And henno with no good reason why,
They wish tho old year at an end,
The new one welcome as a friend.
Sinrn las', with artless hand the siring,
Your Carrier touched, and strove lo sing,
Misguided crowds you've seen arise,
With jaundiced and ner sighted ryesj
Etch foreigner they thought a foe,
Prepared to strilto somo deadly blow.
They clasped the bible in one hand
Tho other hold a flaming brand,
A thousand furies joined their train,
Antl kindled madness in their brain,
So forth they rtiahed to blast and burn,
And all to wreck ami ruin turn.
The foreigneraslonished saw
In miMcy, reisnn, justice, law
No safety as his churches fell,
The metis approving raised the yell.
Enough, enough, pparc has returned,
nd now they build what then they burned
lie who throws teasnn's lamp away,
And follows passion's lurid ray,
Will find, ami that e'er very long,
it costs the most to do what's wrong.
When murder ceased, King nonsense ruled,
And all hands joined to play the fuel.
With forty yells for Henry Clay,
Our ears were stunned at dawr. of day;
As many screams for Jimmy Polk,
Our midnight slumbers often broke.
Men who before bad passod for grave,
Would shout lo see a poke slalk wave,
A hickory leaf, a hickory cane,
The sight of almost crazed their brain.
With all their might they roared and sung,
Their hats in airy circles swung,
And every fire, nnd pvery eye,
Beamed wild delight and ecslaey
A cnon skin stuffed with hay or chaff.
These worthies viewed with scornful laugl
lint thousands saw il with delight,
And gained much courago from ihe sight,
When through tho streets their coon wat
fhey followed, not his death to mourn,
But to proclaim with shout and song,
That thuy wore fearless, wise and strong.
Enough of this, the election's o'er,
And Reason has returned once more,
Now men can see a hickory pole,
Without a mighty How of soul,
Or view a coon its antick's play,
And yet not cry, hurrah for Clay.
When they omploy a man to di
A ditch, nr kill a fattened pie,
Or shoot u dog, or build a fence,
Men think, reflect, and use their sense,
But when they choose a president,
A thousand methods they invent,
To drive reflection from the mind.
That they maj make that choice when
I noier knew the reason why,
But grown tip men know more than I.
But to con!udd my rambling sonc,
Which is already far too long,
wish you bII more joy l tear
ri'.an you'll obtain the coming year;
True happiness ne'er hope to find,
In mid stac ialion of the mind;
- I. . n .1 ...... I tllllll. till, hputl nr,,,..
I he hands some usriui lauour wield,
Each ficulty must find employ ,
E'er happiness you can etjiy.
COUNT IN G-II0U3K
FOR TUB YBAU OF UUH LORD'
Buino tub First after Ltur
Containing 905 days,
And after thu 4th of July, the sixty.ntaili of At
" r ? ?
3 4 0 0
l II 12 i:t
17 18 10 go
24 25 20 27
5 0 7
12 13 14
19 20 21
20 27 2r
2 3 4
0 10 11
10 17 18
23 21 25
7 8 0
2 1 22
to in on i
25 20 27 '.
2 3 1
9 10 II
16 17 IS
23 2 1 25
G 7 8
OT I 9 JH 'j
w i t j J tl
17 18 10
21 25 20
22 23 21
29 30 31
3 4 5 0 7
10 11 12 13 It
17 18 19 20 21
24 25 20 27 23
3 4 3
i ft i it t -y i u l
22 23 21 23
28 29 30 31
A RRE FREAK OF FORTUNE.
A poor but sobor and industrious sluts.
maker, of the name of Hoover, residing
i un WOIUUIII III lllld LUU IV. Cl.Lnm !.
c-ii ill iir i:inir. fir I tin tiamn ni r?jiMiic
who formerly lived at OrwiL'sburer.aiid i't
also in indigent circumstances, money ar,
nropetiy to tho amount of one million as.
a half of dollars ! Mr. SSaffer has ben
leatl lor some time, and Mrs Hoover,!
laiightpr, being the only child, Mi. U"""!
tntis falls heir to this immense foriiine-
I'lin necessary dnoumenis, establishing tl'1:
aliuiiy ol ihe will, &c. have been reren-
tl, anil Christopher Looser. Efq h-n litf"
chosen as Atterney in the matter. "'(
At the close ol tho Iti'volutions','
war, 'he valuation of Massachusetts wit
Maine united, was 1520,000,000. No'
.j vrfiwuiiuii ui itjassacnuseits aiony-1
SaOO.000 000 of which ihr. nilv nf Hot
The celebrated Copgiess Sririnz,
Saralogi, produces its owner, Dr.Cla'l'
an inenmr, nf i ....... i ., ,l.n,.nn,l ,lnll.i.l
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yeei: The fact was elicited at a recent
trial before Vico Chancellor S.inford
VISITED BY HIS PARENTS.
The inspectors of the State Prison
Rhode Island have granted permission J1'
Mr; Dorr's father and mother, as well t
to his counsel, Messrs Burgess and Turiiti
to visit his cell and hold interviews wild
him.. Tho counsel wore only aiv'.luti5
lo hold three interviews, of three lioiin
.ich, between two and five in the aftct