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A TEA PARTY.
WHEN the party commences, all
starch’d and all glum, =
They talk of the weather, their corns, or sit
mum : gore a
They will tell of ribbons, of Cambric, of
How cheap they were sold—and will tell
you the place. Ro
T hey discourse of their colds, and they hem
and they cough, =
And complain of their servants to pass the
time off. b
But Tea, that enlivener of wit and of soul,
‘More loquacious by far than the drafts of
a2" bowl, -
Soon loosens the tongue and enlivens the
; ind, § i k
And oi B regntici eyes to the faults of
- Jtbrings on the tapis their neighbor’s
The faults of their friends, or their wilful
Reminds them of many a good natured tale,
About those who are stylish and those who
are frail, Sl
Till the sweet tempered ‘dames are con-
verted by tea, : f
Into character manglers—Gunatkophagi.
In harmless chit chat an acquaintance they
And serve up a friend, as they serve up a
Some gentle fauz fas, or some female
Is like sweet meats delicious, or relish’d as
A bit of broad scandle is like a dry crust,
dt would stick in the throat, so they butter
it first ' TEA <r
With alittle affected good nature, and cry
No body regrets the thing deeper than I.
Ah, ladies and was it by Heaven designed
Thatye should be merciful loving and kind !
Did it form you like angels and send you
} below, ey
To prophecy peace, and bid charity flow |
And have you thus left your primeval es:
tate, eptdiin 4
And wander’d so widely; so strangelyof late;
Alas | the sad cause I too plainly can see,
The evils have all came upon you thro’ Zea
Cursed weed, that can make our fair spi-
rits resign, .
Their character mild of _ their mission
That can blot from their bosoms that tens
Which from female to female forever is
Oh how nice is their texture, how fra-
gile the frame
Of that delicate frame, a female’s fair fame !
~3Tis the sensitive plant, it recoils from the
And shrinks from the touch as if pregnant
with death, )
How often, how often has innocence sigh’d,
Has beauty been reft of its honor; its pride,
Has virtue, though pure as angel of light,
Been painted as dark as a demon at night ;
All offered up victims—an auto de fe.
At the gloomy cabals, the dark orgies ¢
If Tin the remnant that’s left me of life,
Am to suffer the torments of slanderous
Let me fall, I implore, in the slang whang-
Where the evilis open, and subject to laws
Not nibbled, and mumbled and put to the
By the sly undermining oftea party clack:
Permit me I suffer a news-paper roasting,
Butspare me! oh spare me, a tea table
From Bennett's Letters. moment of Tecumselr's fall the enemy gave |
If you are an early riser, you may find way. which secured him from the reach of
time for any thing. It is amazing how their tomahawks; he was wounded in five
much is gained by lopping off an hour ¥ places; he received three shots in the right
two from indulgence in the morning, Nor thigh, and three in the left arm. Six A-l
1s the mere saving of time the only advan- mericans and 22 Indians fell within 20 yards.
tage. Our spirits are more lively, and our ofthe spot where Teeumseh was killed, and |
faculties are more awake. " ¢he trains of blood almost covered the
Ido not know a practice which I should ground.
more recommend, whether devotion, health teen 1133 GED 1 See
beauty, or the improvment of the minds New York, Fen. 24,
were the objects in view. How cheerful Successrul Recaurtine.—We intend-
and how animated are the meditatiens of the ed yesterday, but for got, to copy from
morning | What a delightful bloom flush- the evening post on Tuesday, a note of the
es into the cheek from its balmy exhala= | occ ore 1 Tos attended the recruiting
tions | What an unspeakable cheerfulness (ioc i this city since the last act for
glides into the soul, from hearing the devo-x r.sing the bounty on enlistments. Such
tional matins of the lark, and beholding the great numbers have joined the standard of
new-born scenery of nature! How necessiy (pei country, that a number of officers have
ry is such a regimen to preserve the sweet coq their quota already and the post
ness of complexion & breath, which are the says, that three have closed their rendez»
very escence and perfume of beauty. When 0 oo io cvedent that men enough are
people think of accounting to God for the 0 (pe had for the money. And should
talents they have received, they overlook there be any complaint of the want of mo-
the hours which are lost in morning sloth, ney, as there formerly was for the want of
and unreasonable indulgence. men, We trust the deficiency will be prompt-
I have inured myself for many years to ly supplied by government from the re
the habit of early rising. In the Spring (io eo put in their hands. Recruits are
months of April and May particularly, I ising here for the following different
grudge every moment that is wasted after corps: viz. 6th regiment infantry, 41st do.
five. I consider itas a rade neglect to 4 3d artillery, Com Lewis’s flotilla, and Com.
those sweets which open to salute me. And M’Donnough’s squadron on lake Cham-
X always find so much more deducted from plain, (and perhaps some not recollected,)
the firmness of my health, and the vigor besides the privateer York, and a number
of my understanding. of letters of marque fitting for sea.
— GD $I CoLUMBIAN.
»n are +1 GEE |
Marcu 8. Fl — LD
From the Baltimore Register.
RECRULING. —===We hear from all quar-
ters of the brilliant success that has a.tend-
ed the recruting service, under the new
Jaw ; and be.icve as many men as are de-
Sired will be ubtained, by the time that we
The brave Col. Jonxsown, who comman»
ded the Mounted regiment at the defeat of
: Proctor, and was so scverercly woundey
arrived in this city yesterday, and took
his seat as a Representative from Kentucky,
Although he recetved several wounds in .
various parts of his body, it gives us great hall wank therm,
pleasure to state that his general healthis ~~ P#78inia malitia—Return for the year
1 i 1813.
perfectly re-established, and he has the : :
happy prospect of entirely recovering the Infantry, iycluding officers 68,330
use of his left arm and hand, which were Cavalry: do. do. 5,217
much shattered Artillery, 2,254
al strengt 75,801
DEATH OF TECUMTFH, Tgeat strength )
We extract the following (says the far. BR oP OS AL S,
mer’s register, of Troy,) from a 1
entitled—«Views of the Cempaigns of the
Northern Army. ¢.” written by Mr. Same
By Jacos Exper, of Harrisburg, Pa.
Lor publishing by subscription, a new Work
uel R. Brown, and just issued from this = yp EVENTS OF THE WAR, -
office. This extract is from the narrative Between the United States of America and
of the British and Indian armies at the Mo. Great Britain... during the years 1813
ravian town, on the 5th Oct. last. Mr. and 1814.
Brown was a volunteer in Col. Johnson's BAP rT
corps of mounted riflemen, at the time the CONDITIONS:
events be speaks of, took place. Thegrea- | qq work will be executed on a hands
ter part of the work is the result of actual some new pica type, and good paper.
observation: pt 2. The price to subscribers will be One
Dollar—to contain upwards of 200 pages,
octavo, handsomely bound and letter-
ous. Col. Johnson who commanded on gq.
that flank'of his regiment, received a terri 3. Those who procure 12 Subscribers,
ble fire from the Indians, which they kept who become responsible for the money,
fi . Th C | Sealine shall be intitled to one copy gratis.
EP lor Some Simei So Ion jmost mall *¥ The work is now in the press, and will
Iy led the head of his collomn into the hot- ,, ready for delivery in a few weeks.
test of the enemy’s fire, and was personal- November 25, 1813.
ly opposed by Tecmseh. At thispoint a *_ * Subscriptionsreceived at this office.
condensed mass of savages had collected. -
Yet regardless of danger, he rushed TUSSEY FURNACE,
into the midst of them-—so thick were the .
‘ wil roa i ! 3 For Rent:
Indians at this time, that several might THE whole of which aiall- bo wit. 1
have touched him with their rifles. He complete repair. Possession given at any
rode a white horse, and was known to be time after the first of March, next. For
an officer of rank—a shower of balls was terms apply to
discharged at him—some took affectehis
horse was shot under him--his clothes, his
saddle, his pe were pierced with bul. tv
lets- At the moment his horse fell, Te- . DISSOLUTION.
cumseh rushed towards him with uplifted The firm of Mussena and Pattersan is
tomahawk, to give the fatal stroke, but hig this day disselved by mutual consent, All
; a a co him i. Persensindepted to said firm are request-
prsence of mind did not forsake him In ed to call on Lyon Mussena, and Sette
this perilous predicament-<he drew a P1s- their accounts without delay.
« On the left the contest was more seri-
Bellcfonte, Feb. 1st. 1814.
tol from his holsters, and laid his daring op. L. MUSSENA.
ponent dead at his feet. He was unable W, i. PATTERSON.
: 3 Aaronsburg, March 16, 1814.
to do more, the loss of blood deprived him
N. B. The store will be eontinued by
of strength to stand. Fortunately at the A. M.
ters Mmself that fom an ag.
5 +N oi 4
A 8 Lr Swe
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends 5. |
the public in genenly that he tends cot.
mening the Saddls and Harness pgp
jess by the fist day of : Pri pext
ie borough of Bellefouc, at the COrIaP
Market and Min Streets, immediately
oppasite Mr. Alexmder’s tavery, He flac,
ution to busis
spand the supeior quality of his work
rit a share of ie pulic }
P.S. All orders will be thankfully re.
ceived and punctudly attended to, :
Bellefonte, Marg 19, 1814,
A ie ils lini,
TAYLOR ad LADY’s HABIT
Late frm Lhiladetphia )
RESPECTFULLY infoms the inhabis
tants of Bellefontiand its vicinity, that Le
purpose carrying on the above business
in Bellefonte, at te House of R. T. Stew.
art, Esq He flaer himself that from hie
attentionfto businss, and his former expe-
rience, that he wl give general satisfac.
ALL persons idebted to the estate of Mc.
Ww m. M<«Clure, ite of Spring Township.
Centre County, de. are requested to come. *
forward immedtely, and discharge the
same ; and thosdaving demands, against
said estate, willslease to bring them for.
ward properly acsted for settlement bes
fore the figst dap f July next. :
RIT. STEWART, Admr
ice, Masi oth, 1814.
: rnin, - JR a
ad lding from Bellefonte to
Mr. Johnstons tarrn, a handsome Sword
Cane. Afly pers finding, and leaving it
at the office of thAmerican Patriet, shall
be liberallyewared, bo ff
Bellefonte, Mah 6, 1814. 3 3
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DER REDLIAE REGISTRATOR
$7 A Gerna paper, under the above
title, is now pegurly published at the of.
fice of the ¢ Brain Repository’ in Cham-
bersburg, ev@y uesday morning, and im-
mediately forwvaed with the Repository
through this dofly, and by the different
mails, as direct®-Nearly the whole cone
tents of this is weekly translated
from the latestn@lish papers. And from
nage already received;
receiving) those wha
to publish, will find it
j nuary 1814,
s will be taken at this
svalley, Haynes town:
ship, in the anty bf Centre, and on the
main road Ming} from Pennsvalicy te
Brush-valley contdining one hundred and
fifty acres, ty ofwhich are cleared and
under good fee. There is running through
the premises streal of water sufficiently
large for turag a Filling Mill o Carding
Machine. ‘ie plade is suitably situated
for a Mechas of ang kind, beingdin a po-
pulous partf the country. Fol further
particulars euire of ¢s Dundan, Esq.
Aaronsburg ®t the s@bscriber | ing a
N. B. Thplace is about twomiks from
Mr. Duncai' Upper Mill and within five
of Aarousbu. There has been 4 tavern
kept upon ti premises,
THE Khest price will be gen fo:
clean Line and €otton RAGS, ir
HMILTON ¢&& MOOR
Ix Cerre County, BELLEF§T 5,
Prrurdiately eppesite the