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eyes, fair form, ml light hen's fitted
(lie rooms of Mr. Dorrance, nnil by
many" was the tjuestion asked, 'Will
Mr.ii)urranco favor in witn his com-
MJkyJhor'selffelt anxiou for hi op
araTicccasl tier iyen (if q'uenily lj
wants the iluur.
T 'Sj many of his friends are here, Fan-
tiy , he will surely come. It is so con
irary to eliqucltr for him to be absent
without a cause.
'Without a causp, Mary? Cml your
pyru around on tho at ray of female
heaulyand fascination, and then say if
Vhero is no cause br ihe absence of an
.unchangeable, Denedick,' a 'confirmed
ibachelor. He dare not (rust himself
here lesl he be made captive against hi
'I enmc to 'claim your hand, Mis
Thorn' safd Mr. Grew lookine the
perfections of elegance as ho loll her
out to. the dance. 'I'rav.what were you
rind four fricpd discussing? the subjeel
iias heightened your bioom.
,fVhat wo have often done before, find
-.ins fault with your sex.'
N,Our sex & is grateful foi being
v noticed on any terms by such
Just then there was a slight whisper
ing and Mary saw that her brother's
entrance occasioned both surprise
and pleasure. She looked at him
with admiration. lis had certainly
.paid some extra atteulion to his dress,
nnil was conspicuous for his fine form
und intelligent face.
'Well, my little sister, how are you
succeeding in your evening entertain
ment. To prevent a scolding to-mor
row I have come among you I did not
know Miss Thorn danced. I thought
she had too much mind for such frivoli
ty ;ind Grey by her side. After caper
ing about to-night like a grasshopper,
how is he fit to come into court on seri
ous business to-morrow?
Why, Henry! I shall tell Fanny U
what you have compared her partner.
JMr. Grey like a grasshopper! and
pi ay what is Miss Thorn like?'
t ;0h, I cannot possibly tell you whai
she is like, without it is a chameleon.
Now Miss Thorn this morning was a
icasonab'e conversant being, and to
'She is the samrsaid Mary, interrupt
ing him, 'Willi only a vast increase of
jersooal charms Do come quickly,
Fanny, Henry is complimenting you this
evcniun. Mr. Grey you have had a
-share loo; anil if you do not offer me
your arm for a short promenade, I shall
liave my turn' in the hearing of you
t rA compliment from Mr. Dormice,'
said Fanny, pleasantly; 'I must make a
. note of it, if 1 can only tempt you to rc-
'Mary's spirits are high, and Misj
.Thorn's ears are familiar with compli
ments, 'said the bachelor, somewhat con
fused. ' What was the subject of his converation
with Miss Thorn we do not know;whelh
er of the folly of dancing, and especial
Jy with Mr. Grey; whether of mind,
nater, clouds, sunsets or poetry; bill
they converse about something until the
company separated, each declaring il
was an agreeable evening.
' But a day or two remained of Fanny's
visit, and her lovely manners, so devoid
of pretensions beyond her merit, had
made her coming departure a matter ol
.rrgrel to all who knew her. Parting ci
vililies flowed in upon her.
-Iiss Thorn does not return alone,'
said Mr. Dorrance to his sister.
Of course not.'
'.Is any one coming for her.'
'Oh no. Mr. Grey will accompany
'Mr. Grey dies every thing. I should
Suppose propriety would have induced
Jier-tohave preferred your brother.
, 'Mr. 'Grey has bushes in that direc
. 1 I . S
Mion; oesiues, we uiu noi suppose loi
one moment it would suit you to go.?
Hag Mr Gry any particular claim
on.Miss Thorn that he is always at hei
'Youmust askFanny yourself or shall
ask herfnr you?" said Mary, archly.
. 'Nonsense, ALry, why should I want
Ho Know? It is of no imnoriane lo me
The parting of the two friends I will
tioi uescriDe. .Many tear iioweu, ere
either of them could say firewell.Fanny
-was exccouing pjf, and JVlr. Dorranci
again and again xpressert his fears thai
-she was not well and had better defer
her journoy for a few -days. Non
seemed happy save Mr.Grey, and when
ihe carriage door closed he looked cut o(
tho window and nodded toMi.Dui ranee
rwho still remained at the door, with ai
expression that seemed to say, do you
noi envy mtr
'Grey has become a perfect coxro'rnb:
did Mr. 'Dorrance as he walked in and
elhinmetl (he-door behind him.
; .For a few-daya lhe hcjuso was frilei
and sad, Mr. Dorrance appealed as if h
was looking lor. some (familiar ob
iecl each lime be came in. At lenclh
. Iletteis came, All were well, Nuacci
xlents on the road. IWr.Qiey was very
Jumi, and would relirii in a few days,
r.tjry told her brother, who said ho wa.
very happy to hear it.
Mr. Grey had been nl home for more
than' a month, All marks ot sadncs
disappeared from Majys face, .and she
had fallen inlnMfer old routine of duties,
when her. brother, who had been panic
ulaily rente.-- that morning entered the
pirlour for the fifth lirii'i and said ,M try
what think voil of a shoi t visit to Tan-
Delightfull, brothel! who is going?'
'Why I am going, Maty, it never oc
curs to to you that 1 am to do anything.
I have particular buisincss there, and 1
suppose your friendFanny will bo glad to
ce you, though you are noi accompanied
!y the lascinaling Mr. Grey
'You never appreciate hanny. When
V'nu sec her in Ihe midst ol her own
family, so animated, so loved, you may
learn to do so too.
Mr. Dirr.ince coloured and said.
Don't, be angry, Mary,but be ready for
our journey in two days.
I hey arrived at l aun on, and Mary
was left at Mr. 1 horn while Mr.Dur
ranee urove on anil iook lounmt; at a
hotel Tne suit that was to be decided
was one of genei al iMerest, and the le
gal acumen ol .'Sir. Dorrance was uni
versal! v commended. Il was soon Bel
lied in favor of his client, A week had
passed, business was over, and Mary
wondered that her brothel did not speak
of reluming. Anotherweek passed, and
she told him her arrangmcnla would noi
admit of any longer, stay,
' 1 o-mnrrow,' said Mr. Dorrance, 1
am engaged to drive Mi.9 Thorn ou'
Ihe next day we will leave.7
Mr. Dorrance on his return had in
tended to have slopped at several small
towns, on his way; but perhaps his pro-
onged visit prevented him,as they went
lirectly home. Mary thought her broth
er was very dull anu unobservant on
I hey had been at home about a week
when Mr. Dorrance came into his sis-
tei 'i room and said, 'I have letters foi
'From Fanny? There is no postmark-
Who brought them?' exclaimed Mary
is she opened them.
Her brother elofely watched her vary
ing countenance as she read iye,mon
closely than he had ever watched a legal
opponent while speaking.
lou to be married!' cried she spring
ing up and taking her brothel's hands
'You to he mariied in two months and
to dear Fanny! I thought yon despised
ihe race. We were Irifle.rs, vain,incon-
islent chemeleons You, the onchange.
ble BtSnedick, to be married. When
lid ynu benin lo love her.
Not till some lime after you did Mr,
G. Fie, .isler,not to tell me $ I thinking
he was ranny's all the lime, lint Grey
is a hue fellow, and you have my ap
probation to marry him.
A grasshoppei !' said Mary, demure-
'Nonsense. Mary, do you never for
'1 am nuilc breathless, said Mary tn
Mr. Grey Ihe day piereding that on
which they to set off for the wedding
I've often heard of 'wedding haste;'
but the climax of il is when a 'confirm
ed bacheloi' finds il lime to be
Switzerland has been the scene nf a civil
war, trumpery in its nature and results, hut
sorrowful, as showing the unseemly liar
harities winch are perpetrated in the nnmi
of our common Christianity. Turkey
idioivs sympioits nf the internal disease
wlnnli is fast wearing away us vitals.
Albania is in arms, the inhabitants disposed
to peril life in asserting iheirindcpcndence:
and, in a conflict with Ali Hey, eight nun
tired Albanians were left dead upon the field
ICeporls of dissensions In the newly organ
tzed Spanish cabinet reach us from Madrid
Somo Carlisi luadeis have beer, idiot, and
Maria Christiana is engaged in the double
task of travelling through the provinces, awl
borrowing money. I lie roriuguese Cabi
net has undergone some changes, it is in
-e linpad lor the uetier. The trreat Paris
banker, and ex minister, M. Lafiile, bar
been railed to his account, full of years and
Tornado, The St. Louis papers of the
I lib inst. say that by intelligence from the
upper Ali8sis8ippl, limy learn that then
vus a tctrifiu hurricane on the 5th inst, In
he vicinity of the towns of Coidovia and
oalem, on the river, above Hloommglon
Houses, unibr i, fences and slock were de
stroyed by the storm, and it is said that i
mi m her of lives were lost,
Tte " Snookst A mono the Oregon
emigrants w no leu independence on tlx
1 4th of .May, was a family rejoicing in the
'tme ol 'onooKS,' wjien the party com
menoed im march, a child was born tn this
crlebmled family, the litlln follow beinp
uliristeneil. by the sounding appellation ol
' urrgon ououKit, a name which may here
itfirr be destined to fill the trump of fame
und Hug through the .Itocky Mountains in
llieUsnuy a anzzly beats.
Iron Soles. Hoots nail shoffi are adver
iised in Cincinnati with iron aolet, which
ean be pul on and taken off at pleamre. he
mg vrry ngiit f.u at llic same time ueatui
lul and durable,
&1TU11D.1V, JU.vn lit), 1811.
JAMES K. POIiK.
GEORGE M. OALiIiASo
HENRY A. MUHLENBERG
1 George F. Lehman
2 Chriitiati Kneas
3 Win. H . Smith
4 John Hill (Phil.)
5 Samuel C. Leech
6 Samuel Camp, i
7 Jesso Sliarpc
8 N. W. Sample
0 Wm, Ilclnifeiirich
10 Conrad -Shinier
1 1 Stephen UaUy
IS Jonah Urcwutei
13 GcorRO StlinaUe
14 INalhnnicl It. Klilird
15 M. N. Irvine
IG James Woodburn
17 Hugh Montgomery
18 Isaac Ankeny
10 John Mnlhewa
SO Win. l'atlerson
21 Aiulrcw Uurko
Ti John M'Gill
S3 Christian Mycra
S'l Robert Orr
'11113 REMOVAL QUESTION.
As thero appears to be a Veneral deter
initiation on the part of the friends of Re
innval lo keep (he ball in motion, until a
favorable result shall be obtained, it is lime
that tho parly should bestir themselves for
the coming campaign It is important to
our succoss that we should elect both Sena
tor and member not only friendly to the
eause, but men who will bo faithful and
rue in ils advocacy, in fact thev must be
honest men. Men who will not look one
vay and row another With such men in
he Legislature, there can be no doubt in
he mind of -any man, but that tho qucsiion
will bo settled at the next session. So well
laliafied are our opponents of this, that no
neans however degrading will bo loft un
tied, no deception; liowover baso or low,
iul what they will resort to, to defeat the
remova-! candidates, Ibis fall as llieir last and
inly hope of pievoniing that justice being
lone to the cotlnty, for which tho people
have so long struggled, Already havo thev
.oinmenced a syst.eni of operations through
)ut the county to prevent a union among
the friends of removal, It is an old game
of theirs, it is true, but one which lias here
tnforo been of immense benefit lo them, and
will be the main spring to all llieir actions
it the coming election. It is In persuade
the people to sustain srparale and distinct
liolilical parly ticKcls. For this purpose
hoir cmisaric? embrace every opportunity
while travelling the rounly to urge that
measure. It is not confined to one party
nore than another. Party feeling and
party prejudices are appealed to with all
the hypocracy that a crockadilo is capable
of using bile shedding tears over its vie
im. Even going so, far, as to offer to a
handon their opposition lo removal if a
parly candidate should be brought into ht
field, and declaring their willingness ti
mpport a removal man. In fad, o few
lays since, a prominent man in Danville.
who spnnt weeks, and hundreds of dollars,
in Harrisburg, last winter to oppose tlip
Rotnoval bill, declared that he cared noih
ng for the removal, but would sacrifice the
eounty seat upon the alter of his parly.
Does any one believe this man sincere?
tie, woo, no longer ago than last winter,
public ly declared that he would rather sei
his buildings in flames, than that ihe remo
val should lako place, and that an advocate
if removal was worse than a highway rob
ier. we a-jain repeat, uoes anv one in
his common senses believe that this man U
willing within three months afier making
the above declaration, to give up the ques
lion for the sake of parly? Or rather
would you not believe that they were crock
ullle tears shod over the fate of his political
party, that he may accomplish an object
more dearer to him than its success, All
vho romember tho course of iho Danville
faction in llic-elcciion of Friiley and Jack
ion, in 1830 will at once see through his
hypocrasy, and discover, with half an oyo,
his rerl object. 'I hat object is nothing
more nor less, than to crealo a disunion in
the romoval, party. That effected, and de
feat they flatter themselves would bo ccr
tain. Ifis true, they care not, for whom
ihey vole, provided Ho ho pi elicit against
die Removal candidates, for the Legislature
or Senate,. bill let him bo an open und n
vowed ndvoeain of Removi.l, one upon
whnm the Removal parly can tuiile, and
ihoy would drop him like a hot pntatoc foi
all who know them, know that limy will
declare secretly to themselves, what Charles
Cook, the editor of the Danvillo Dcmncral
in an unguarded moment publicly declared
in Danville, n short time since, thai he
"NEVER WOULD VOTE. FOR A Mi
MOVAL MAN." And yet thrsn men
have the unblushing impotence to say, iha
ihey care nothinp about removal, and advo
catc the forming of political party county
tickets, for the sake of the parly. Wlnu
lidiculous nonsense. The veil is loo thin
to deceive even the most unsuspecting.
Let, then, every friend of Removal be on
his guard against tho wiles of these hypo
critical caiileiR,whosc only view is to defeat
the removal ticket, by any moans in their
powoi. Look upon every movement, let ii
come from whatever quarter il may, that is
calculated to create division among us with
regaid to our County Ticket, as coming
from your enemies, and intended by them
to defeat your favorite measure, which if
you are united this fall, will bo accomplish-
fd at tho next sefsinn of the Legislature.
ri.cn let us unitedly resolve lo give, in the
language of our late Representative Daniel
Snyder, Esq. "One (ire mure, my friends
und the day is our own."
OIIA.NGKVII.Ln AND ItllOCilSMURU
A staled meeling of this Club will be
held at Rhoersburu, on Saturday nexl,
July Gill, at une o'clock in Ihe afternoon
c hope to see a large number of Dem
ocrats present, as thero will be some
Hood speaking bysevrral gentleman
from abroad. Democrats Rally for Polk
Dallas antl Muhlenberg.
ICPThe Editor of the Danvillo Demo
cral asks why the dumonaiic papers in thh
county do not publish Iho resolutions of the
Democratic National Convention. Why,
Charley, what is the matter with you ?
Are your eyes so much blinded with Clay
lhat you cannot read democratic papers? Ii
would seem so. For evoiy democratic pa
per in the county published the resolutions
weeks ago, and we verily believe wc shall
have to Poke (Polk,) that Clay out of your
oyes lhat you may hereafter be able to read
them. Upon reflection, however, we con
sider it unnecessary, as the people will do
it themselves next fall, so icA- and clean
that yon will soon forget that you was ever
plagued with it.
I)y the bye, do you not remember thai
wc published the icsolniions recommending
Polk and Dallas ? The whigs in this quar
ICrElnciberry Syrup We have been
handed the following Recipe fur making
iho above medicine, and as nov is the tea-
Ron for making it, every family should sup
ply themselves. It is said to bo almost a
specific cure for the summer complaint, ami
in all kinds of coinplajnls usual in warm
weather In 1832, il was used whh sue
cess in the cholera
I'd two quarts of blackberry juire, add
one pound of loaf sugar, half an ounco of
nutmeg, half an ounce of cinnamon, one.
fourth ofan ounco of cloves, one fourth ounce
of alspice, boil.all logethei for a shnrtjtimc,
and when cold, add a pint of fourth proof
brandy. From a tcaspoonfull to a wine
glass to be given at proper intervals, until
A Treatv between Franee and tho Uni
led Slates has been ratified by both govern
ments, making provision for Ihe miilual
surrender of criminals, other than political,
escaping from one country to the oilier.
Singular Incident and Fortunate Es
cape, On 1 uesday morning last, soon
after the family of Air. Joseph Furman, ol
this village rose from their beds, Mrs, Fur
man opened tho door into tho parlor, when
she was met by a volume of sniolio iesuini!
from the room. Upon the clearing away
of ihe (moke, sho was astonished at finding
a cotton carpet, which had covered the floor
entirely buttil up, and w hai was almost in
credulous tho straw which had been spread
under it, remaining untouched, Upon en
quiry, it was ascertained lhat ono ol the
children had, a short time previous lo going
to bed tho ovening before, went into the
room with n lighted candle, and probably
dropl some fire fium it, which catching, and
the door being immediately closed, g radii
ally consumed the carpet, there not being
air enough in Iho room to create a blaze.
Probably from this circumstance alone, the
building and perhaps the lives of the whole
family were fortunately saved frum destrue
A Clay man meeling a Democrat a few
days since, accosted him with, 'Well, loco,
how do ynu frcl about going up Salt River,
(his fall?' 'Very well,' replied jlhu demo
crat, 'wc have three or four limes had the
pleasure of rowing Henry Clay up to iho
head of it, and this fall we shall havo tho
gratification of Polking him about ils
source,' The whig sloped.
Mn. Editoii :
In your 'ast Democrat 1 pn
ccjvo that you have published by icqttcst
in extract of tho minutes of the Susquehati
onh classis concerning mo. These inimitci
havu already been published in tho proper
.ugans of llic CJerinan reformed Synod, viz:
The Weekly Messenger & the Chriullich
.eitschrift; and if no oilier publia print lirtl
taken notico of said minutes, 1 would have
remained altogether silent on tho subjeel;
but seeing that the political press hits been
used tn make known ihe resolutions of an
erclciiaslical body, I thought duty to my
self as well aslo the congregations to whom
I dispense tho bread of life, prompted mi
io say a lew worus. ainre I havo iieen
living with my family in Cnlu.nbia county.
the people had abundant opportunities ol
becoming acquainted with me, I havo llieic
fore Lul a few fuels to stale for tho commu
nity at largo.
I was born and raised in tho bosom nl
the Cicrmaii Reformed church, for which
somo of my iincesiors us Huguenots have
sacrificed thrir lives. Afior having reneiv
ed a Classical education in ono of our Gym
nusiums, I devoted myself to the study id
Theology in two eminent Universities of
Germany, in one of which 1 graduated.
Eleven years ago 1 was examined by a
regular ecclesiastical body and ordained a
minister of tho German Reformed church
This ordination was proclaimed valid by
the German Reformed Synod, convened at
Lewisburg, October 1812. About a year
since I received n regular call from German
Reformed Congregations in Columbia
county, which call I at last after mature
deliberations accepted, us the pulpits no
more worn occupied by a reformed minis
ter. To seven congregations I preach since
fight months, the gospel according to the
doctrine of the Heidelberg Catechism and
ihe peace and harmony which prevails,
amorig them, ihe lo-e the people bear to
me, their full attendancn on divine worship,
and other blessed appearances, give mo the
rejoicing hope, that 1 am not laboring here
without the blessing of our Lord. My
congregations arc neither by a charter nor
by llieir constitutions bound to any Synod,
mil ihey know well lhat a characteristic
loature of iho Gcrnuu Reformed church is
their democratic republican government.
Nevertheless 1 have no objections, if they
place thelnselves under the jurisdiction of
the German Reformed Synod ami follow
their recommendation; such matters 1 leave
to iho free choice of tho people, and nevei
will force myself or got forced into congrega
lions against their will, as perhaps other
ministers believe It their duty to do, nut
withstanding tho disturbances they may
cause thereby. If the majority of my con
gregations think il belter for their spiritual
welfare to choose anothei pastor in my
placo, I am willing to resign any day trust
ing iirGod, who has given me faith and the
(tower of speech to proclaim 'the great truth
of justification by faiih, lo open unto me at
all times a field in which I can use His gifts
for the extension of His Kingdom and the
good of immortal souls. Sapicnti sat.
J. A. FOERSCII.
Catlnwi83a, June 18.
N. B. Tho papers in the county whicl
have copied the foimcr article, will do me
the jublicc ani copy this also.
iin. We nil
1 have observed t
hand hill, signed by the Federal slant!
inn committee, giving notice lhat then
will be a AAiss Meeting held by Iho feiU
to Bloomsburg, on the 4th day oi July
'Clay, Frelinghtiyscn and matklc. A
Taiiffol protection, distribution.'' De
ceit! Deceit. Gladly would thev main
the people believe that Ili-ury Clay, is
ihe fiiend ol Ihe iarili ol 18-13. liladly
would they daub Cluy, over ihe eycf
of t lie people, and hide Irom their
sight, lhat damnable institution, a United
Slates liank.of which not one word if
said in lhat deceitful advertisement.
Josiah Randal. Eq. I perceive is Ii
address that meeting, and who is Josiah
Randall? One of the diicctois of tin
Old U. S. Dank.
Let the people he on their guard, i$
wide awake for Federal hypocracy und
Rag Dai i on Aristocracy.
SOUTH CAROLINA ALL RIGHT.
The Charleston Mercury assures the
Democracy of tho Union, thtl Folk and
Dallas will carry the electoral vote of that
Stale. WITHOUT EVEN A SHOW 01
OPPOSITION ? There aro not Clay
men enough in that Slate to servo as milt
The ship Florida ni rivet! at New
York, fiom Antwerp, has n dwaif '10
years of age, and 3. feet high, and an
It-migrant 03 years of age.
tr ...... :!
, At Northumberland,
On Friday the liOth of July,
i mi lummy muruuii oi ray nnt( r
r.. ..-.in.. . tr si r
ii....n. i. t.I t..
" uiidiiHUKuuim I ' I r I 3!UJ I,
im i n ki . L w.:i f..- .. r ...i n.
uiiuiiii i l i m r i i inn ti i r i nun iriiin
LAS. MUllLKNBKRO & VlO'mw
iv-ai.r w f. ' V lll;ilMi I I
IV .ii.ul .11.. !....!... .1.,- fv-
in null' 1 1 1 1 ii i ii i' iimiri ii. in nniin itMih
-n ...w.,,, ... XIIMII in
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J "iiu niu orpit 'i fp
wiiimh :tii iiii'ii ri it iiir i mn ri rM nun.
i" " m- uiu i;niriijiii mi ir,
jisrr.ntirnriiA nnil tta qiiuminui im n ,t
t miipiiln n II A I" I (1 Mil 11 . i
the 6200.000.000 debt schPmf.n,J
il III IO I ll It U 11 Jl 1 iw:illi II 1 i 1
and perpetuating odious and ciiiImimJ
uisiincunns anil privileges.) gives car
Mini 1IIC f2UI Ol J II I V Will tin :i nrnui
iitr iemocrar.y u
Rally Irccmen! Let tho Farmer, J
Mechanic, and tho Workhur men. rp.nl
tSeir labors, and devoir; a d:iv tn ilm A
oils ciiiisi; of iheit rii'hts nnil Idiomd
JLSi'TERSON AND OLD HlUKljl
A number nf llie mnil rditmipnl ami
linmiishcd soenkers havo been mvivJ n
it isexpecieii will ho preseiM on that pi
occasion. Tim if:nni4 nf ihn diHiimmill
. r ' . -g
pnakers will bit ininoiiuccd in duo Hint ,
. V. ' v- ' . I
tiieir answeis ol aceeplancc .shall be reij
J unes DiefTealiachcr, John Cake,
Jacob Lcisenriug, Robert I esli
William Wilson, Joseph Mm
John Youngnian, John I'etj"!
.iMcnt) Kcltcr, ,1ns, llollnr.t
John Vaudling, J. W. Sian!
N. H. All Democratic, papers -. I.
pceifiilly requested to insert tho notit.
A. UNION SABBATH SC1I0(
Will be lie d on the approaching A'
vcrsary of American Independence, i
'leautiful Grove upon the land of John
leek, Esq., and situated immediately c;
tho road leading from Bloomaburg to
angovillo; near Light Street
ll is cxpeoled that there will bo an "
of about one thousand Sabbath school p. ,
besides an innumerable host of spectate
Undoubtly the occasion will be one of i
paralleled interest, and should enlist the!
ings nf all good citizens, who am rcspt
1'illy invited to attend. Banners, bright b
ners, shall wave on lhat day, and Cann
great cannon; shall boom over the vale
The assembled host will beaddrct
the pleasurs of numbering tho
AN ELOQUENT PICTURE
Wo extract tho following from the iect
address of the Hon. Gr.onoi: Banchoi
the distinguished historian, delivered at i
great Democratic Mass Meetiug,at Cone
New Hampshire, on the Gill of June.
Ptnise ft on) such a source is ptecious,
deed : J
In presenting to you the'name of Jaiu!
K. Polk, of Tcnncbsoo, for the office o
President, inv first word, said Mi. Uancpfii
is this-'iiis rniVATC life is rum:. Fnm
boyhood the career of James K. Polk In
been unsullied. At the University he wi
noticed for bis sobriotv and dilmence, o:
lainiiic the hiohest honors in his class.
Educaietl in the bosom of a pious I'amilj
and in tho Presbyterian church, ho has ;tvc
by Ins example manifested, by tho moi
rcinilar atlendande. the truest respect fo
Ihe institutions of public worship. .Hot
ignorant of overv came of hazaidjbe know
nothing of cards; his hand 1 speak of tl't
authcrilv of men of honor, who live neat
him, who know him well, and would no
deceive me A is hand has never been rah
ed against the life, of his fellow man.
Without taking Ihe pledge and without pre
tension, he abstains from the use on arilem
spirits, and illusirttes by his example, the
virtues of strict temperance. In a wurtf'.Ri
onvato (diiirac.ler is unblemished as a ill air
mil a christian. I say this reluctantly
Religion is the very best possession in
world, and ihe last to be spoken of.
diould dwell quietly in tho heart and rult
ho life; noi be hawked about as a coinmw
ility; nor scoured ti like a nitty buckler foi
protection; nor bo worn over the ghouls'
like a blankot for defence, I have eaiu uu
reluctantly: bul siltnro on tho niosent occa
linn iniirht be mifiinlcrnifiK.il. and il is din
lo our candidate lo say that his integrity anil!
purity, antl attachment lo his eariy iii8ir
linns' in religions duty are such, that iVfyi
nrrstnl emiwiu lie lines not liced to lit'1
his life behind the screen of another man
sanctity, fKnunus ol applause.;
Tiik Finest and Laiiokst S-rnAW-
tiiMiiiu in iiu. woild L'inw in Chili.
Thi'V are (ducked wiih the stem and
soon; o f iho loaves, lied lo a twig or slid
a yard long, taken fresh from some fra-1
grant tree, and in that way brought lo
market and sold for about fuurenco