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COLUMN V ' WOmtAT.
The Mahop found gui'Uij'vU 'nies
ligation in New York, before the -Uoii'f
uf Bishops, in relation ' to certiii charg-!.
gainst Bprjnjp Oli.derd.onk. Inn trmiii'ati1
mid though ikev.c;diol nf, the Colin, hi.
nobcn olTnMally -publUhec!, it said, lha
the Bishop was found guilty or. al' tin
pcrifieatioiis in the' pf p'ltnutient. e.xrep
one, on which the testimony was of. n-1
a character that It could not be .rntenaineri
The vole was eleven for finding nf'Builiv
md six of 'not gtiil,iy.. The Court was n
meet )eslerday, for the purpnsc of pronoun
ring sentence, nnd then the Bishop woul'
have llie privdeg'e of slating reasons i
orresl of judgment.. It is desired by tin
llljhopswho voted against him that BisliO
Oiderdiftjk would iirTUr his resignation, Bu
tin, it )3 said, he will not do
The frier.ds of the Bishops are delibers
tint? on their course It is almost ieideii
by lliein to call a convention of "he Diocec
of New York, for the pin-pose of making
res iluie told united movement in defemt
of the Bishop. Indeed, we.are preliy ne!
assured thai a solemn ' protest against tin
decision of (he Ilouie of Bishops will hi
made by this diocese; 'and that a formal
and fin;d.sepritionvH:tll loilow.
Official Senlentcin the case of Bi
she?) Oifderdank -The Court of IJiMiop
. . I 1, 1.
ol Hie L'roieKini episcopal lhuhm.
conveoed under the authority of Canon
111 of 1844, of the General Convnnlion
of said Church, for the trial of the pre
senlmenl of lite Riliht Revereml Bei'j'
n.fi. T.h.IivpII Oodeitlonk. Iicilion of
the Dloci-se of New York, by the. Ititfii
Rev.reh1"Wim..m Meiilln, Bishop ol
the Diocese of Virginia, the Rinht .Kev
i iend James Harvey O'ey, , Hji-hop o
the Dlocee of TemieinHp, anil'the Riftb
Reverend Siephfii Ellfoti, Junior, B
Imii of th Dlocose of Georgia, upoi
Certain ch it u"es aol xperiGcMiioort i i sail
pres'-oiin'o'i iet fouh.haiMntf Fully hear
the allt enlions and lestfmonie of III
pirties, and deliberately considered tin
ame, anri a majority 1,1 su" ";,r
having declated that in their opinio
1he accased, i$ Rtiil'V of certain charne
and spec ficaiionH eonialud in the pre
Bentmeiit; which ileciaraiion oi a majoi
Hv of the Court hai been reduced l
wi'nin"v and Mancd by those who asjen
the tcciiseu, to pass f-rniciice upon tin
accused, io confoi miiy with the piov
sious of said canon, and having detei
4iiined that the penally lo be affixed and
pronounced in said case shall be that ol
It is hereby ordered .in (I declared ihat
the rentence of this Court upon the re
spondent, is sitkpeitrion from the offie
of a Bthopin the Chinch of God, and
from all the luiic'ions of the pacred mil
istry;and this court do hereby solemnly
pronounce and declare thai the Rinhi
lieverend lleni-muii trei'.wel) .Under
donk is suspended from all exejcUe ol
his Episcopal apl 4ninifWial 'unetious
and do ordtr" lha.t tlie notice ol Una eii
lenee, requiied by said canon,ibe com
municated by the presiding mhop, no
cler his hand and seal,, to the tcclesiasti
cal authority ol every Diocese of thi
Seal Given under my hand and
.fl'l, this the u J uay oi January, A, u
Sthior Bishop, and Piesident of (he
We cotiy from the True Stin.wlui wi
p exiinie S an accural e and it liable stall
on ut in telatiun lo the elating s-ceucw ol
the (rial 5
The decision of purity having beet
lhii iven jeti-rday m r ." 1;, the Con
veniio'n met aaio, lo consider the jeu-
lence which should then be declare!.
The vnle on tl'epo.inn stood 8 oflii'in.
live, 9 iKsijve. On suspension, it wa
9 10 8 . v question wa.s then raised,
wh"iher ihN was a temporal y or peimi
iient tlisatii'liiy. A liti i1k.-iuioii look
plaee., when a nieoitiir deelueo, thai il
an indefinite iicuMoti w9 not sub
nil led to, he would, on a re-rnnsiderai
lion, vote at once 111 a favor of imiiietli.
Th, fi lends of Bi.hoj" Olldetd6k
lhen agreed, ' as' we un'derstand, t'fi
submit lo a decision titnilar lo I In I in 1 I.
on, his blather's case in Pennsyl'vHiii i,
which is no more or less than an indefu
line (.ppension n am. w.q mii)?ief lai taij.
liiplscoia'l junctions.-. t , .. .
Tne Church is no.v without a -Bishop
and there is no appeal fiom (txi ecdfleuue
pasted, ' ' ' '
The Diocrs. is by theantfiis in the
hands of a staiidinn. coinmiltee, consist
iig of four cleiny and f'uir of the lally,
Myled the 'kcclrsiattical auihonty ol lb--Ohurcli.'
It is for ilum lo call a Con
ve .tlan, cud 0 act iu all neral manor.
until now ntuhnp is chosen. It will
be alo their duty to comnniuirale the
who will he rqo ied to read it urn
.heirpulp..lo.he.r resp,cnve ctittre
va'ions The Convention "'j V''1
y.'.iciilay wlii rnoon. j
We uncle t -l-njl tint JHe K'. i-1-''
lafin r. ol S nth Caiolina, will shoiily
hlilt' a pamphlei pi.ovhni that il" of l'ex is Some migbi Imigino thai vthn
.1 did inn in any .way lake is't i i.to-iUjafroded In'm no pleVstiro, bill sm'h -Wrti'noi"
ii ij i f Ti c 1 1 y ah t'l dieliine or Iradari the fart, ami fie said il,Jviih pleasure ilhli
sin. The p.re. eiling-: of the Con 'we should not have -iiuy rup.liiw -with
... i... m,nu.ii.i;,lv lO'ili.h
,d. ami uill fonn , U, volume.
vRiiinin i in ..i. j i
U'asiiinotos Citv Janunry 3. 1846,
1r. 0 J Inueisoll.nl l'i , moved lo sin
. . t 1 . e .I.. IK..... ..lil. ,Iim
pemi me nuies 01 uiu iiuunc, ,,,,
ier 1 f mkiiii! up, as was suppni-ed. some
ne of Hi" vmiiou propiMiuoii belore (lie
louse relaMng 10 Texasi
Mr Vanre Ohio, Chairman or the lOtn-
, " ... :V.li.l .. 11. .......
olllei on Olallll", remiuori. inc. inm"
tin was llrivaif Bill day. ami called
ir the veas and im ujion .Mr. lnieisoJI
notion. . .
I'lie vp s and eat s were ordered, anil llie
unm 111a 11)7 to OH.
A uond iiranv hurl were atiseut, am.
evun! ofihem voted in favor of going iulo
Ciuliinirne of the Whole.
The pMidniK bill before the tyinnmtltee
lo reduce the priee of rjihhn l.anils. was
iiosiponeil, when .Mr. Uliaries J nicer
mil rnoveil to take up uih tiesoiution 101 an
ipxinif Texas to the U non.
Mr H.ipkinsi who npftipie.it 'o Lnair
leelared the million to ln tarried.
I'lie Clerk then rend the Joint llesoln
lion from the Committee on Foreign IM
nuns, beina in the exnet terms o (ne rejec
.Mr. Inserjoll vielded the honr to allow
Mr. Weller to r.lTer his amenduienl, befor.
submitted, and also to Mr. Douglass to al
ow him to offur hi.
Mr Inzersoll then went on Ut) saiu in
ihotild not make mueli ol an argument upoi
he snhiecl. and peihaii" he stioulil m il!
few mure statement? I In snhj-'et h.v
tren disiusseil here, in ine puniie iirens, u
llie Legislatures, and what was a emicni
fuel, even more hy the jiUirnaM oi miiup
.iHii bv the Itspreoentatwes ol the peoil
if ihe U. Sines
He look il fur qtan.'ed loo, thai the t
ent Prffsidentl'il eai-.vnFs ge n deelsi.in i
fivor of llie ui.iiedia'e annex I'.ion of I ex
I'nlilic seiitioienl eervwhre or nearly hv
rywhere. had come up to this subject will
he mosi marked disliiietuess of exptessim
V year since thrre veas bin verv little pub
io sentiment attached to ihe suhjeol, an(
had the subject been inlrodueed into tin
house a jeai ninee il would undoubted!)
Iuve faded by a very eniisiierable majoriiN
b it such had been the growth of public sei
timenl in twelve months that the peupl
were 111 its favor
rrtrtll (ofw ifinl. .ricicf mo lil'Vurin ,ffi
annexation oi Texas. From the nunierotir
iropoiiilions whirh had been submitted hen
it was very obviiiiis, thai however muel
tilTerence of opinion Ihere was as to tin
nethnd the ui ijnniy were in favor of tin
lie was wedded to no pl in, and was un
anihiinus of any personal distinction f
ins own vie K, prooil ns tin would be t'
tnve Ins name ideimiied wiih this qinnm
lie would u.i lor any plan Ihat Heeoinplish
d the ere it ohji'ei of annexing Texas i
Ilu rmnsidercd Uiis question, Ic via
Jiound to say, IV uikly; Unly, piompdv
that lits was a .Simihern qiirsiion a hi.
very question a I exas question. A -fe
years since a North east, ru Bound u
Treaty was raiilied, and Senators v,ie! ei
n, in niimbeis sulllcient lo curry ii out, he
cause ihey nere willing to adopt a nla
which had been made acceptable to lli.
state of Maine and .Massachusetts as mos
immediately interesitd in this question
Ever since Texas had been stineuderet
eieVy succeeding Admiiiisiratinn hud bee i
enileavoriuc lo uet ihe eoumry back Tin
. b-wssimi of the countrv would givo us r
vast area ol tree traile, ami he .would talii
ilits oceasiiin lo s.y thai there -y no gria
r friwhd of free trade ilnn hiniself, i;ot ilu
Iree trade between our own and the othei
nations of the woild, but between our owi
lie was not-alarmed at the extension nl
the borders nf the Union, Hint tared n
hnvy sunn w'e hail ten new States from lln.
OreViin.aiid five new Siaies hy the atq ii
iitionnf Texas.- We should be vmily uime
united hy the possession nUOHIutei I hat) we
were when we had but 13 Slates. The Al '
mighty ha'd destfliied 'ibis rbindiy to be one
with us, hiiiI thoie" who would look to ii
upon the map would ee that it belonged io
us hy nature.
The sulijert of slavery was next r;laneeil
it, and Ihe Hfi;iiment advanced that annex
linn was favorable to Ihe termination ol
Slavery, eannnt be increased, it mint be
diminished ami may be destroyed if 11 is
not pushed fuither from llie Inrds'l of us.
'Phuie whd ate the op'pent's 6hou(d not tic
the opp'iueuts. nf annexaiion.
, Thd'riKln of our couuiry' 10 Texas was
next briefly glancfd at. hut wjihnut any
Ht (Jiimeiil-Liey oml thr. de.vlsratiou lliat as we
cotiiit otiiaio, Texas liy eoirqursi, wev.nuli
muoh tSasier iio'sseis'ouiselvVti of life e'o'uh'
try'by mli.deV means' Wo wero bound, too
to rpftnro the people of I exa lo the. conn
irv from which they had been alienated by
treaty and transfer.
. In regard to Mexico, ho had every reason
lo believe ami was authorized to klae lio n
would be no iupnre with her iu ronsequ
eiice of anu ialiun. It give him grua
plcnsnre In iy thin, nnd he repeated upon
his personal responsibility -.that he was
1( , .
Ja mUUU9 hJon , ,,,r
IM!,I re-ponsibdhy to the (aet.
,r, tl, Great Britain, ho also
authorized to stale that thero would Ho m
r,.pUrt. jn consequenceof the annex.ii.ini
Orea'l Brilum in piiiiferinen. e ol annex-nini
" 1"" . " . .r T
.... , .ii.!.,.
ill irroiB.rij I r-ill. '....I imiii..
heller eoniuirreial'ielatlons she would'tw
1 ne meafiiiri'i we were nlsu wen ns
ured, was not ohji elioiiable to Fiance,
wheio we were at one lime aspired it
tin I it be. Annex tiioo then was p
i.ic fie measure, pud peace would be tin
cons qiiPiiee oi 1 1
H" had cuiil already mat .ilii was
Southern question, and .luhn a.ncl
Smuel Adam1 thought il beM lo havi
Fou hem Gt m nl anil lut up"''
Georte Wisliinpton,- so we Mioiil'
renrd it besi to,'iiwkis tins a suiilheti
ij r logei'oll wan in ui mms; i oi.
ech when ihuhoUr allotted -to ;niln
Afier the introduetiim of sevpral new
propositions for the admisinn of Texa,by
way of tunendment to the original hil,ihs
hnuee adjourned On iSe nexf day , Salur
lav, ihe propos linn of Mr Douqlass, inim
luced yesterday, as so aniendt'd by - tin
novir, as lo bt ittr the Honse to a test volt
it once, and would de'ermine whether a
nainritv were in favor of annnexatinji 111
he ah.Jiriet "The liouse adjunined witJiotn
my vote being taken
At the latesl dale no vote had been
liken 011 the quesiiou
v CONSPIRACY TO CURATI? AN
INSUURIiOTlON AMONG " THE'
At an ex:tunitiiion irmhe Police -QfTirjeiij,
Sew York, some verv (jinaulal disclosures
.i-ero made iepec-tui!l an iiisnrreeUon which
vas coiiieuinlated in Princess Anne Cnuni'
v'lrmiiia. amonc the slaves The partial
ars, ai given in the New Yurk Sun, arc as
'A colored man, nanedGeore D. Mnrsi
if No 211 Houston street who lives h
voiknur in stores in the lower pari of tin
1 IV bavin" received information as he
lines thai an innii reciiou" of the colored
o.iiilation w to iK earrietl into effect abru
C iristmas and iw Year to murder men &
hildren of Princess Anne county Virgini
uiludiug Not folk nnd also all the coloteil
.vho would mil iuio them and haviut! .r.uai
e!'aiions'ihore'wroie on to a,JusiicBia(wtjic
oruiii i! ti 1 in thai a roiurttl 111:111 ui.uier
Wills limit's, who hi.d been die corr'efinn
lent in tins ei yol ihe eoloreu eumipiiaturs
it I'tiueess Anno and iiad encOtirnged' lb.
iirocteding bad youe on to Virginia, lo an
Ii maltirni the plot and ti carry, ll 1 11 1.
jxeenlioii who was thcieupon arrested anil
io Iged in prison whore he will remain, aim
mid the matter can eau be lully invrgt-.
j.ited will roi.iiinie in eusi.oily. . Other
lad been arresfid hut had been disciiarped
I'lie enl irod people here, who ere neigh
mrs arid acquaiiiianei s of -'.Morse, .ham.).
' ireu inhiriuaiiou in Ih.e atnhurint' of tin
v nub, that had led lo the u'rrtsi of Willi
lodges swore Jo he revenucd .up()i him
. id tbri aleiied pufhiai lo dealhi . 'l'ho
1 swore that htf shnuld not cuuioidswin
iwn 10 Ins work, anil if lie didi 'lhai'-br
hould not be stiffen t! lo work' there an
nore Under ibese ihrealii", Morj-oj ,whii
s an intelligent tutored man, went in" tin
Upper Police office and preferred his -coin,
ilaint against Jeremiah Siin'tiimin Samue
Finuej, Jeiffiy Overlon and Williau
Vale, nil colored, w!io were arrested b
dficers Bush, Lawrence and Sliong.', and io
Ity held 10 unexr.epionable. hail in 300
ach hy Justice Taylor, 'in 'Keep lite 'pciie
iwards C5. D Mnnu, and hut of gnuii'. be
i.ivior hereafter '
The Mistttics of Heino a Tandi
iite v n Office An Onio pipi-ri'e
lal Hie follow nj; meedo'e of an inex
periencctl pinididate for olliep, ;
five onpf h-id a ItMow s'ltidenti'.Wilij.
fter he had araduaieil, cnteied 'upon
the prijeiiee of medicine, wiih'ver' tiii
prospect', (ru 'io a 1 f vil hour lie eon,
sentcd lo become a cindida. e enr eie.cnnn
Jo the S'ile L'ea thine. He was a
nan of jo"od natural enilownn-nt and
competent liier.11 y education. lie had
pM'P'ned himself lor hn tirofesiion In
clone pplicaiion to study, nnd had, ol
coin m, enleretl but little into iocit ty.Pt
ihat he was liille acquainted wiili ht
world, and had no cnncepiion of "whai
he was lo endtite in the r-lcdiioncerinf
panvsus. Ho was clecied. Hut. after i
was all over, he said lo tuj If I ha.
known what would have beppaitl ol
me hy my oppenents, I would have mip
awjij; raiJiBr ihpp. lave,euiTo(ei myset
fo'jin no'minalcd. tflknp.w thai .npbii'd,y
could ay much goodof me,but J.ibotraUt
hi.10, lliai iliey eoultl ro' sat much halm
yei the naw-papein opmved ttiinn' me
ibev made mu diit 1.0 bad a nfe'l1oW
didn't bilieve il wa, ine .at allf'ahd Ql
......I.I . t. . . r. 1 ' t .
( tniiu 001 ir? s.iiiMieir ti.i my. own inden
tity until I called my "dogf-oiid 'friuiit!
not ne unew me.'
'I'lterit vrrHoe-r ri.1.11
S.l riitli.lV, Jr..V, II, 181,1
ICciiicitibci1 I lie Printer
w.H I" AT. CORN. . RYE, BUCK
villi A'f.'rOA-TS or WOOD, .will be ro.
.cf cpU -for to'lits doe u fiiiiibieflliinii.
AU( ji'tew bushels' of FOTA'I OliS il
From ihoso who have promised I.iiuibct
opIi anil. 'Inch end a qharlet pine boanb
vill be rercive.il. if delivered soon. ''
Gil. J. W.ill.,ce, h -s eotiasted lo Lee
utu'af the follownn; Itinid nod places
n llie Coiiniy tn the subject of leniiri
nee, in Ihe f venini of eacli t!a .
On ilii' 3 I ol January at L.iht streel.
4 h, of Jiiiuaiy, Oratieville.
Cth of Jan. Ml Pleasant
7ih, uf Jan. Greenwood.
8 h ol Jan. WarneiNville.
'lO h nf Jir. Kishini; eierk.
1 1 in & I3 b, of J in. Berwick
T4'li, .'.U.I J 111. .Lime Riire'.
15 h,,uf J 10, Cspyiowo.
1G h, of J111. Buekllorti.
17ih, of J'an. New Columbia.
1 8 1 h of J in Ji'isej town.
20lll, uf jail". While Ha I.
UNI & 22-1, of J111. W;i,ltinl"n.
Ji3J & 24ih,ol Jan. Moiiibbnig ,J Lili-
25ih & 27 h, of Jan Danville.
2a h of Jan Mahoning.
2'Jh. of Jan. Valley and Hemlock,
.Collections will be laken 1 p to ai
Mel al Ilarrisbm a on Tuesday list.
In anoiln r column will be found thr
'orocettlitnis nl I In Ii st day. In tin
House on Wc i!uesda , an unii"eessfu
ittempt lo elect a cleik was mule, ihrei
Inllutiins beina bar! without a choice
lo the Senate, ihe elrction of cl. rk wa
10 Itave taken place on Wednesday.
Of the Gov. was sent to hoili Iluufps
n Weilncsday.The lalcriPss of Ihe linui
if which it was ipeeived, 'Hid its I e 11 n 1 1
precludes its publication this week.
We will puhljsh it entire in our next.
7 'he F.lretion of U S. Senator lake
oltiee on Mundiiy a werl; Jmuary 20.
y'lip Iii.ingnralior. nf the Governor elei:
rarcis !. .S'httnk. 'roiin-a oil' on V'ucsda)
week, January 2 1 .
A TALE IN REAL LIFE.
The Baltimore Sun states tlmt n wnmim
lamed Airs. Barry, nod her daiighirr, wer
trri'stid in Washington on Mond ij .charge
villi havnitj stolen from Dorchester Mil
two orphan girlf, one aged 12 and lb; nth
14, widi the most infamous objeeis. ,
he lime of her arrest, Mrs, B kept a distr
iulalilo bouse at Vashinloii. under llie name
of Mis. Ca) Ic. She was couiniilted lo prisoi
nut boili the orphan girla uere tliocuvert
and taken charge of by an aunt.
They are inanulueinriii!! braiiiiful sill
shawls, worth 520 and 825, besidt s silk
esii igs am! handkereliiefs, at Richmond
Wayne county Indiana Thai's your sort
- Three large spots (0110 pxlraordinari
arge) are now visit le on ihe Sun's disi
I'hey will piobnbly continue visible a wee
A new German Linhein church, in Shaw
unit street, Buston, was iltdicated on Cbnsi
ias day r,
I he membets of the tract society ol
Rochester, have during the .past yeai, dis
tributaiLIO 300 tracts visited 1 ,005 boat
nid persuaded 005 persons to altend pubh
.v nit hi 11
On Friday a man from New IJnmsliire,
named Wm. Auslin, was atresicd for a for
geiy in Boston. He said that 'ho did not
know ii was any barm '
A Buffalo paper a a) a ihat a womsn ol
that city was sentenced last week, by tli'i
Recorder's Court' to Sing Sing, for twt
ears, for sleuling cloth for 011 'Ascension
By tfiij in'tdapclioly accident on tlio Mis
slesippl, on the night of the l liti ult.enusei1
by , the collision of the steamboats Belle and
inn" Louisiana, tli.rly one lives are Hiaied lo
hiive been Itjt
The whole number ol slaves' in llio'Siaie
ef Delaware is less ihup 3000
Tuusuay, January 1 1815
I'ho .Venalo wns called to tinier at precise
ly 3 o'clock P... M. by W.illiain .A Wt.eox.
q; Speaker of die last session, who an
iiinncedt Unit lie hid, during the recess.
i-eived llie resiunatiuii of I' lancis i .
Hughes, F.fq. Senator from the di-trici
ompo'i'd of the counlies nl bhiij'lliiiliiar
nut: Mout'oe hiiiI Pike, anri ihat he ttn isv.
d a will direeliin Urn ludill'ig ol a peei.i
leelioti li supply the trteimry
The Secrel'iiV nf the Ontinimn wealih -he
nig introiltieed. pieseuicd the olVicial renini.
f e ecliui'S Inr Menalors, nem 11 me 1
'tiemliiv of O.-lnher .isi: bich; on moli'in
fMr CUAMPNE.V. weru eHtir.-dly read
Oi million of Mr. HILL. Hie mil of ilu-
Senators being called overwhen the follow
1112 gentlemen answered to their names;
Messts Am i-rsnii Hailv mater tJiacn uason
'hainnuevs Chilliuiun Oornmnn t.ral'P
;iaiL Darraeh U.irr-ifl Dimmick Ebaiigl
5ntie Ever Fetfe'y Foulkrnd. Gibbon
lleckman Hill Hoover 11 iriou Itohn Ko'i-
Sherwood Sierripeie Sullivan Wilcox. 20
Vhent Messrs Babbiti lvlino iMornsou
mil Ouav 4
On motion, the Senate p-neeeileit lo the
lection of a Sneaker, which resulted as
Mes-ri Anderson Bady Ihgler Ularli
harnniieva Cha nian Uurii:n-an Uranii
) mmiek Ehauah lnne ut er i-egety i-oum
. . .... .- 1 1., .11.
rod llppkniHii 111 I llnnver llortnil Kahn
Itooa Sherwood and SieriL'cre valed foi
.Vllliam P Wilrox
Messrs Oarson Cram Uairasli (ibbon
nil Sullivan "oled for Genrae Datsie
Mr Dar-ie voted for Charles O Sullivan
Mr Wilcox vnltd for Henry C Ever
William P Wilcox E-m: Invinn received
1 iinioritv nl all the vote L'iven was dttlar
-d diily elected the Speaker nf the Senal
if Pennsv vunta anil was .ennilucleii to in
hair by Messrs Uhampneys ami Muinvan
After the passage ol ihe usual tesoiuumi
be Senate atljoumcu to ten o cijck
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
The IIuuso was called lo order at 1
The Sccieiiiry of the Conimonweall
being; intioduced, inesenled the olficia
relurnr of the election of the membeit.
in llie 2d Tuesday of October last, which
were severally read.
The Clerk then called over the roll, when
it appeared that the members were al! pres
ml except Mr. Iluuler. ol Berks, deceased
ruomas O Brain, who wa conhneil
'mine by severe indisposition; and F. Muse
On motion the House then proceeded to
ho election of Speaker the clerks acting as
Tellers anil the vole being taken resulted
.-lvtiiilley...j;ater,siri. .. reccived...
Joeph S. Bie'lMer
Air I'a tersiin,liavi ig received a in.nnrit
if all the votes was declared duly elected
Al'i: llie pis.i!ie of llie usual resolu
ions, the house ai'j.jtirned lo ten o'clock
HORril ItliLE REVENGE
We li 11 il in the Rickinghani Register, an
iccouniofa ir.igcdt , which has just occur
red in Randoliib county, Va almost loo
dreadful for belief For llie honour of hu
nan nature ue .Jioiild be glad to find 1
fury nun nut a hoax, though, if so, the
vreieh who could put such :t thing in cir
11 ation deservej the peniteniiiary The
'Some three years ago, on Cheat River,
Randolph counly, Va. a man by the name
I Oarr, a married man, formed an atlac
nenl for a gentleman's wife of the name
Woolford. The iwo rgreed lo run away
logethei, and, without delay, executed their
desigua After an absence of about eighteen
uiouihs. they reiurned to the same neigh
iinu hood 111 whub ihey lormeily live
.vliere they residi'd together abo.it
inoutiiB, uurtuu wiiicn time they iiad out
chiltl. They received many threats from
the neighbours, and Mom what followed,
is more than probable die threat! were ear
ried into execution. One morning it w
made known that the house occupied h
li 13 guilty pair and then child had beei
consumed by l.ro. 011 examination
child whs (nu ml in one corner of llie house
i'ic bones of the mother were resting upon
the chair tick, which was not altogether con
siimed hy the lire, and the remains of the
man were lound in the middle of ihe room,
his heart being whole, and his head seem
ed to have been severed from his body!
His axo and gnu were lying by bis tddo,
which indicated that had made soma resis
The attention of our fathers was caily
lirectcd tn the spread (if the Bible, as a
inrarm oi nadonal happinc On tlio 11 lb
Sept. 1777, a coiumiliee of Congress re
tomnieudctl the importation pf'JO.OGO Bible
I'lomllollaiid Scotland au! elestt here, as llie
proper type for priniiit( could not be pro
cured in tins rotimrv. ' .
The n-reMy expense (or llie literary mat
icr of the London Tunes in f 1500
P0II TltU COtUMDlA DEMOCRAT'.
Estracl from a epeech deliveietl by
r0(f , ! fore Ihe Society, fur
ihe diffusion of humbug.
ProlT. ., havlnt, spoken for some
inie on various subj-'Cls on which the
oeiely have power lo arl it b onto
idilrrksed biniielf to those wln w. te m
built lo become misMnnai ies in tin ftie I
use of Clan vnyatirr, and i-puku in Ilu
following, wurd : 1
The mbj. el, who 11 ihrowrf into (Inn
.nn ryed slate, (the slate of clali'viiy
incej shnuld always bear it in mintl,ihai
fir greai point consists in guess'iiiR Ivell
alhn than in seeing; cleaiiy. I'aying
10 allnnlion to Ihe clearness of hi.' vi-
dion, let him betake himself to the sm.
Iv of those parli of mathcmalics thai
neat of the calculation of chances, and
from iliis lin will learn lo what degree
he miy impose on tlio cretluliy ol his
audience, and lo what point lie must In-
n lo rely upon his impudence to cany
him ihtnugh. When t!ie pbauces of
icing, nahl arc riud to ilione cl being
wrong, let ihe subj- ct never hesitate, as
reinly anjwer gives an ait ol ceriainiy
h.it 111.1v mislead lln; b'ptclatnrs and
niOft likely dumb-found the iieis-oo bro'i
in communicatiou, who will in all pro.
liability make ao excuse lor Ihe fiilycis
incnrrecir.psH.and ' r liute il lo bis own
neglect to "coiicenirate Ins mind on the
object" or to hive viewed two lhine1 at
the same lime.
Pliosc I wo expiessions form I lie n I-
plia and the onifcg,a of Ihe excuses fur
failure in Animal iMagnel'Mii. 1'hev
can never bo loo ofieu rejieaied, and tin
like every tiling else,lhti more fr qui-nt-
ly Ihey are heard llie nimo laiisiiiaune
tiecomes their inlluence. When the
ubjcc is at all om. il is then obvioui
that he does not see cleai ly or else he
would answer immediately. When tins
is the case the plea uf obscurity of vi
Mon is a good one, and would 110 doubi
satisfy the most faulnfiudina jude 1h.1t
ever called himself ''llie couit."" If
the clairvoyant docs not pill in this plen,
il should by all means be dune for htm
by ihe ignoramus who styles himself
prt'JJcmor. As we have belore remaik-
ed, the person Inoughl into comniunici
11011 with the mbj-el wiM not obj ct ,te I
if he tloes, be can easily be Inow-bealeo
into lei ins, for lie will naidly venture m
ihiow Inn ui-jcs lulu the .scale in be
weighed Willi tliat of an animal niienri
... 111 1
zer. ivewouiu, nowover, anvisu 111
person in eoiriiiiuiiiuaiion, uevvr to ob
ject; as it will more than likely create a
s-cene, ami iu sildo.n advaniacoiu lo
icionue. It alBo implies ihat you qui.i
lion the lionesly anil veracily of tlio
jroff'cssor, as well as of Ihe tubjeci;
tvliic.li tu nay tiie least ih- verv mile, ami
naiiihtsa (jieat wanTo! gouii bleeding.
I'u ihe clanvoyant (1. v. the subj-r)
we would howevt r say that he hh'uul 1
always deal in generalities. This ..o
will be more likely to ensure suec
than any other we can devise. Fur n -ilance,
if the clan voy.ml is a.ikeil wh ,1
the peison io communicaiiou tn es, let
Inm answer a hou?e, as it is cxticuu !y
dillicult to imagine a place whein there
is not some kind oi a dwelling. If ask
ed bow many Moiieshigh il f, say two,
for few couivry houses have moie.
Two windows in a room ! )0 mo,i
counnoo number. Halls are not as of
ten met with as direct communicaiiou
fiotn Ihe street by a door. Ii niusl he a
slrange house that does not contain a
'able, and books are generally placed
on il. The fiame of a looking glass is
either gill or varnished, consequently
ihe chances in guessing are equal.
Water must exist in every place and
whether iu a nver or a pump, is a mat
ler ol no importance. Trees, fences
and sheds form the back ground of q.ve
ty landscape. Iu his answers the sub
ject should seek forth for generalities,
and frecondly, for nmhigiiitit'8 which
may mean nothing or a gieat deal, as
best suits tile peisuu in communication;
Inn nu no account should he suffer him
sill 10 be lln own into ihn stale of clair
voyance until he has fir.-l put un a pur
of silver spectacles val.ied at abonl 12.J
cis. Indent the most celebrated lectu.
reis on this science have dc'ermined ihat
il must alw.iyh have remained unknown
10 Ihe war hi, had il not been for the ap
plicaiion of iliis melullick medium."
The learned prulessur then commenced
speaking on other subjects, such as tho
expediency of gelling up another mulii-
cauhs speculation, ami ihe bent fi s which
would accrue lo the Uuied Stales by
ihn eleclion of a mormon president in
It very much astonished me (a poor
litlln piinlers devil) that Prod' Loomi.'
.object the other night give as an ex
iiso for not answeiing porreclly, lliat
'she could not see." What was the
lonn lady llirown into the sleep foi if
it was not to see? Yet every body
eemed lo think this quite a sufficient
A gentleman of Bangor. Me. has a l.inii
ly bible belonging lo Ins father, nnd which
wns pi inter) in Loudon in the sixteenth
ceniury. The paper is very fine and' the
printing clear and neat.