Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. (Sunbury, Northumberland Co., Pa.) 1840-1848, September 19, 1840, Image 1
BOTBUffiY ' AMERICAN. rmtiMopAovniTKixo. 1 piara 1 insertion, ftO Erl) 1 do S do .0 75 1 do 8 dj . . 1 oo Every subsequent Insertii n, 0 J5 Yearly Advertisements, with the privilege at HENRY D. MA8HER, JOSEPH EI8ELY. J ri'itiamni abb S PnnrRiKToRt. orrtCt IK KKIIT TRRT, KAR DIER.' THE AMERICAN" U Published every Satur AND SHAXKOKIW' JOURNAL. alteration) one column (23. i half column, 19; three equttri, (1) two square. 9 I onesqusre, $&. Witheul the privilege of alteration a liberal i discount will he nude. day nl TWO DOLLARS per annum lo lie paid half yearly in advance. No paper dicuntin. ued til ALt atrearngr ore paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republic, from which there is no appeal but to force, the viul principle and immodiate parent of despotism. Jrtaso . Advcrtisemonts left wi'hout directions a to t! length of time the are to be published, will bo I continued until ordered cut, and charged aocord- i mortis. All communications or letier on business relsting to the office, to insur ealtenlion, lly Masscr & ElsclJ-. Stinbiiry, 9Tortliunilciiand Co. Ia. Saturday) September 19, IS to. Tol. I Xo. IX mgiy. (HT'Sixtcen line make a square. must be POST PAH. TERMS OF THE A3ICIIIC AX.' MOJt TUB BIMOCRATIC RKVIEW Tlic Old Man. My Grandire is an old, old man, Tile's wheels move dull and alow, His cheeks arv wan and wrinkled deep, Mi hair is white as snow; Hi eye is dimmed ef all its fire, His heart of all its glee, And nought does hn the live lony day, But moan most piteou-ly. Thoy say, he's in his dotage now, But I rcmemliet well, When helo cousin Tom and me Would pleasant stories toll : And as we clambered up hi knee, He'd lay his pipe awuv, And, by the hour, live o cr again Scenes of hi caily day. One story, 'twas our youthful pride, We begged he'd Ml it still; How he with Putnam, side by side, Fought stout at Bunker's Hdl ; The wound he got, the blow he gave. The cartridge boi and can, Relics still hang ng by the wall And how the lir.tinh ran. Grave was his ftce, but oftentiine No fun hi features lacked, His social glaet. he dearly loved, And pteasent j..kee he cracked ; He held the fashion of his time, Three conier'd bat and queu, BUck breeches faster, ed at the knee. And buckles on hi shoe. When sabbath brought it heavenly eslm, Wi'h ettiJ and s.ili mn air, Leaning upon hit oik n stair, He .ought the house of prayer;" Among the elders there he asto, All holy reverend mi-n, Devout he listened lo the word, Devoutly said. amen. 'Ti said, life's de dings ever tend To petrify the heart, As dew-drops from the Hparry cave New prox-rt e imparl : But strength was in thst o'd man's soul, Which chHiige could ne'er repress, And const ncy which soared above Tbe chill of time's caress. The wicked ho aye etem!y chid, But to th- suffering poor Gave kindly word, and liberal aid, When crowding at his door : His deeds were like the dew ol life, Which blest bo'h old and young, Hi love, a precious talisman To heart wi h anguish wrung. But days have gano and years have flew, Come hat thitt old man't night, His eye lack lustre in their gl-nm, Hi .-cntte.ed locks are white ; Bo let it be; he aouglit no trust, No honors placed him high. Unknown he ever prayed to his, And unrcmembtretl die. Piiltficld, Mass. H. 6. llruncttcM. Here is a beautiful compliment to sunny com plex ioned ladies, which we find in Moore' new poem of " Alciphron :' political form and the flexibility of human society. I There ate occasions, in which roIith-Bl tfnin con- sisis, in not fearing what is new, while what is eter nal is respected. "The democratic party, not the tnrouicnt ami e ..; m- .f tlm mLtilln aires. core democracy oi v"i"",j ' but Ihe great modern dem.icrary, never had a more faithful or more distinguished rcprecntntie than 1:1 Jefferson. A warm friend ot numanny, iiorrij, and science; trusting in their goodness as well as their rights; deeply touched by the injustice with which the mas of mankind have been treaieo, ani the suffering th. y endure, and incessantly eugnged, with an admirable discntcrestedness, in remedying ihem or meventing their recurrence; acceplins power as a dsngciou. necessity, alm. st as one evil opposed to another, and exerting himself not merv y to restrain, but to lower it ; distrusting all dis play, all personal splendor, as a tendency to esur petion; of a temper open, kind, indulgunt, though ready to take up prejudices agninst, aud feel irrita ted with, the enemice of his party ; of a mind held, active, ingenious, mquiring, with more penrlrsUon than forecaee, but with too much good sense to push thing te the ilree,aud cpUe of employ ing, against a pressing danger or evil, a prudence and Ciraneas, which would pcrhap have prevented it, had they been adopted esrlier or nwre generally. "Washington did well to withdraw fr. public business. He had entered upon it at one of tute momenta, at once difficult and favorable, when ns- tiona, euirounded by perils, summon all their virtu and all their widoaa to surmount thi ro. He wss admirably suited to this losition. He held tho sentiment and opinious of his age without nlavUh- ncM or fanaticism. The pssi, I tnstitunons, its interests, it unnners, insiired him with neither hatred nor regret His thoughts ad bis ambition did not impatiently reach forward into tho future. The society, in the midst of which he lived, suiied his tastee and hi judgment. He had confid. nee in ita principle sud its deliny ; but a confidence enlightened and quuliCed by un accurate instiuclive perception of the eternal principles of social order, He served it with bcarlinee an J indejrendencc. with that eombinHtien of faith aud foar which ia wisdom in the affdrs of the world, as will a liefore Gud. On this areounl, esecislly, be was qualified to gotrn it; for democracy requires two things for iU tranquility aud its success; it must feel ilstlf to be truled and yet restriiined. and mustbrtieoe alike in the genuine devotidnes and the moral supeno- rity of it leaders. On these condition alone can it govern itself while in a process of developement, and hope to lake a place among the durable and glorious form of human society. It is the honor of the American people lo have, at this period, un der-lood and accepted these condition-. It i the glory of Washington to have been their interpreter and instrument. -He did the two greatest thing which, in poli tics, man can have the privilege af attempting. He maintained by peace, that ind"penience of his counlry, which he had acquired by war. He found ed a fri-e government, in the name of the prmci- state. Tt was here that hi talent showed most conspicuous. Beset by frea without, and enemies within, the country presented to the eye of the pa triot a most gloomy prospect. Unaided or but par tially aided by the General Government, we were called upon lo provide the mean to lopel the in vader, both by sea and by land. Tbe patriotic Tompkins was then at the head of this state; and with an eye that never slept, and a zeal that never tired, he devoted himself to the aervice of hi coun try. No maw K!incnr.D m vioaa ifficieut AID TU AH MaT1K Ya BcRBff. L fOUHk EN AT CUAMBKft, HI BLOUEKC ll OTTKM BSiHU Iff 7A VOH OT rBOTTniRO MEAN ISO OaAKTIRO SUPPLIES TO CARRT OK THE WAR, AND to riki and cloiic or a halt-clad boliukri: WHILE SOME OF HI PRESENT PERSECUTOR WERI UPEVIT BCJOICtNO IT TBI DIESIT Or OCR ASMS, AND SKCRETLI IMriOlllSO StCCISS O TUOkB Ol rna aaavr. "After the el ea cf the war, and when peace was once more restored to our detracted country, you at length see him in the Convention to nviae the Cunvlitution. Here he was again aurroundrd by the collected wiadom end talent of Ihe state a CO' stollatinn ef genius in which none appeared more brilliant tbna hi-iilf. Haai it was tiat aa eoRTENKCD aaint tbe abictocrabs; or TBI LARD, l V4TOB OP TBE PBIIPLE IB THB EK tbnsiob ar rn bisbt or snrraASB. Here it wss, that, with others of the democratic achool, he prevailed over those who were unwilling to entrust more power to the people, and happily established th princip)e,.taat in a government like ours, the peoiJe are capaMe of governing themselves. ' We next Ik hold him in the Senate of the Uni ted Hlales, that dignifiid body which was adorned by bis presence, and which has b en degraded by his absence. Here be scarcely found n equal, and acknowledged oo superior. No man discussed with more ability the important subjects that came befo them. With a thorough knowledge of the history of the government, and it various relations, be gr Aped all matters with a force and coroprehin S'ou which arlonished, whilst it commanded the admiration of all who witnead hi giant efTtrta, Hia speech on the judiciary will b remembered as long a the judicial dep irliooal uf tbe governinSB shall eiist, and his splendid effort is favor of tbe surviving officers and soldier uf the revolution will not be f-f gotten as long as the Almighty aparee the honiseJ remnant of that heroic race, and whilst their descendants cherish the principles of their immortal sires." R03 TBE V. . BA1ETTE, Tho Tragedy in the WildcrncM. We pieaume that no doubt remains, in any quar ter, of the melancholy catastrophe that ended the mortal caieer of Mr. 8impson, of the Hudson's Bay Company, on hi return from hi Arctic journey of discovery. Shonld any such doubt exist, however, it must be entirely dispelled by the subjoined st3t ment which wa received yesterday by the presi dent of th American Fur Company, in a letter from one of tho agents of th it company at St. Louis, ind which may be considered olticial. "According to your request I hrg to state tbe'tn. formation received at Su 1'ctei'a before I left, and confirmed now by Mensr. William and Robert Lo. gan, of Red River, who are here with me, regard- ng the unfortunate arid, melancholy affair referred to in your tetter. A parly of emigrants left Red River en tho 2d Juno last, and were followed in two dajs afterwards by snother party, consisting of Mr. Thomas Simpson, the nephew of Gov. Sim sod, Mr. John Bird and old Le Gios, the gu de. This patty overtook tha other and remained with them two day. During thw ume Utn Mensrt. Lo gan remarked that Mr. Simpson did ot appear right ; 'he could n4 have et, lt afier they en camped kept walking almost continually. On the third day, iOtb June, Mr. Simp on' psrty separa ted, taking with then Mr. James Bmte and Le Gros's sou, a ooy about 16, and went another mad. On Monday morning Jame Bruce and Le C run's s.-ri crwne riding to their encampment, about un rise, and related lo them that from the time they had separated Mr. Simpson had kept them moving F row a third edition of the Morning Post, 1tig. 6. ATTEMPTED IXSUHRECTIOX IN FRANCE. narrowly avoided being shot ; several ball passed close to tho Prince, and several of hi follower wore wounded, and ank to rie no more. Tho ro We have just received by recial courier the p0lt i,, tht aix have been found ; one poor doctor. who surrendered, was shot by a Nutional Guard. fallowing important intelligence of an event which appear to have taken place lato last night in France: BocLoNR,Thurs1nv Morning,') August C 7 o'clock. 5 Last night a steamer arrived off Bologne, and landed within three mile of heie about one hun dred mi n, general and colonels, dressed in uni for n. Some of them went lo the barracks, and cried "Live Louis .Napoleon," and distributed mo ney among the raeb. This morning one of the generals and a colonel, dressed in grand uniform, were arretted. On bobrd the steamer there are some bor-cs. It is reported that Louis Napoleon also landed. All is quiet at present; all tha inili- Though the following communication oppou ed in a Connecticut paper in 1830, ita sug. gialion maybe new and important lo many who are at pieseut interosiod in the culture of the peach treat THE PEACH TREE. From a desire to encourage the culture of tb I'sach Troo' we offer the following a the xoault of experiment and observation. It is g, norally kn jwn that worms, near tae ra. face of she earth, destroy them by eating the batk ; the otjeet i, therefore, to find a preventive, ia tary under arms. The drum are beating to call watr llutl tna " B,8X DeoonQ8 88B ,n beauty . . v..: r i. Tr e .i.. : I ww. us. me Aiau-'liui vvuniuv. iwi.vi uio ui.ui- gtnta have been arreatvd. BeUUiNE-TR-XSB, Aug. 0. Thi morning one of those mad attempts at re volution which have haracteii(ed the French since the daya ef th first and of the memoiable July, disturbed tbe inhabitants of this peaceful town from their slumbers. The facts, a I have collected tht m, are as follow t The City of EJinburg steamer, belonging to the Commercial Steam Navigation Companv, was hi red by Prince Louis NiipoieKm, cwlensibly for aa excursion of pleasure along the British coast, for f uitoen days. In this he emliaiked with fifty -six It is evident that these worms pass through th common change and usumo the form of mUlcri, early in the summer, and deposit their egg ia tha bark a low as they can find access lo it ; and thai the worms proceeding from them bogin lo operate in the latter part of the summer when they hat beeu fuund tho itc of a common pin. If suffered to remain they grow to the thickness of a rye straw, each of them girdlos the tr.e about aa inch, and the wood from the wounds to the heart dies. IlencA it is, that a single wound impair the vigor of tha tree and a number of them will kill it. The point to be gained, ia to protect the tree from tho millers. i i i i . , ... follower eight horse, and two carriage, in the B " ,ral)' mcm0ti' we uave UC-"1 'or Thames on Wednesday last; this morning about ",Ttr"1 3"' wbi " X' M 2 o'clock, they readied tho coast uf France, off sometimes forward and soraoiiuw backward, on tho return towards IlrU Kiver, until me evening oi viullruux lH)Ut thtCe miles from Boulogne. Sunday ; that on that evmu, when they were r I Th(, luiptis8 of cpin and crew may be imagi company, Bud, Broce and Le Gros'e a m In-ing neJ ,Q M he wbo,e of be p,,,,-,, coma on b!y in pulling up the tent, and old Lo Gro occu- jltki ol iu tbo fai Ktrb ut cilixcu. but en pied at the cart, Mr. Simpson took up a doul le guilUuirt, some a lancers, some as general officers, bariellod gun, and aftei landing a wbde looking ,onw M aoldier. with an oil skin covering at them, presented the gun at Bird' back aud shot on ,beir b(Uij wi(b lbe number 40 painted in front, him down: he immediately Gred ihe other bar el I ihnt lieinn the reaiment which at Sliaaluic had for at old Le Cos's body, and" -hot bka down. Mr. identified itself so aorio.-dy in the cau of iu lbc "P' P' of slraw' Uin8 Miif Bird wa. killed on the moment, but Le Gros re. Louis Napoleon. duovered en the surface of the bark, covered by a mained alive. Their object w as soon made evident. The shis un- Tho proce. should be comn.cflcei Iiiwi ru. then ..n mm the brook, and Le iw i. l-w.red. and the whole, comoanv landed "m,tt ,ho U" 14 70ua8-r bave ln found ia co&uuenee. About the fiisl of May rcm-ive the earth frem ihe body of tbe tice, and shift it to the height of 16 or 10 inches, in such manner as to exclude th ruillors, burying the lower part of it in iho .earth. We have used straw ecl to the length and aliouj half un inch in thi:kness, bjund on with tine. This should bo removed about ike first of Septem ber, as we havo sometime, found the young worm Gro s boy moveil on ene side, and Bruce heard I in threo Uipa. Bol'ure the Prince left tbe vessel, be a rapid growth ths first full oftor it aprucj. Tliue UIW wot . v , , " , " " ' I ij i. v w.v-. -p . 1 . , . .... . . I . . , r .w. . , . 1 few minutes in a year devoted to a tree, will nro. Mr. 8impon aav he bed hot them becaue they ordered the captain to cruwe eft the coast, but to ' wm 'ro " For, oh believo not them, who dare to brand, A noor the charms, the womoB of this land Tho' darken'd by that sun. wnose spirit flows j pip, 0f order, and by re-i slabliching their swsy. Through every vein, and tinges ss it goes, 'Tie but th' embrowning of ihe fruit that tells ! How rich within the soul of rijieness dwells!" Wnslilugton, JrflVrHon and Ham liion. .. The fullowing sketches of the characters of Washington, Hamilton and Jeff rson, are ftom the fien of M. Gtibot. a French author of great cele brity, and one of the mo.t eminent statesmen of the age. The characters of JeflVrstm and Hamil ton, the respective leiders of the democratic and fedt ral parties, are briefly but cy iistinctly deli neated. We have copied the extract from the Democratic Review," an able periodical publish monthly at Washington, in which tho editor re view, the late work of M. Guuot, entitled an "Es eay on tke Character and Influence of Wasl Jugton, in the Revolution of the United States of Ante jica." "Hamilton deserve to be ranked among those men, who have bet uudiotood the vital principles and ntial conditions of government ; not merely .of a nominal .government, but of a government worthy of its mission and of iu name. In the con. Btitution of the United Slate, there is not an ele. nriit f Older, strength, and durability, to the introduction and adoption uf which he did not giowtrlully contribute. Pet Imps he believed lb monarchical form preferable to the republican. Pe.haps he sometimes had doubts of the success of the experiment attempted in his efi country. ' Teihaps, also, carried away l-y Lis vivid imagination and the logical vehemence of hi mind, he wa sometimes exclusive in hi views, aud weal too far in his inference. But, uf acharattei a lofty as hi mind, he faithfully served the republic, and la bored to found and .not to weaken it. Hi auperi urily coiihiatcd iu knowing, (bat, naturally aud by .a law inherent in tbe nature of things, power is Above, at the head of society; thst government tOiould be constituted according to this law; and that eve y -uulrary system or effort brings, Miner jor lat'.T, troublo and weakue- kilo the society itself. Hi error cons sltxl u adhering too closely, slid with a somewhat arrogaul biincy, lo the prece dent of the EngU.h constitution, in attributing sometime in these precedents the ame authoiiiy 40 good and o evil, to principles aud lo th abuse of them, aud ia not attaching due importance to, And repoiiiiy rytficwul cjnfiJeace in, tluj variety of "When he retired from public life, both tasks were ccomplisheit, and he conld enjoy ihe result. For, in such high enlerpri-e, rketabar which they have cnt mtler but Utile. The sweat of any toil ia dried at once on the brow where God places such lauielt. PBOM TBB MAtlTClAN. CHARACTER OF MaKI'IN VAN BUKEN. 1 By If. P. Tallmadgt. Among Uie opponents ef Mr. Van Buren anJ Democracy, there i now none more hitler than Tallmadge, the recreant Beu.itor from Mew 1 ork, How much ressoa he has to doubt eitlier the inte gri'f or the ability of Mr. Van Buren, will be seen frein the following extract from a speerh di-livered by him on the 3d of Februnry, 1832 It furnUhcs a full refutation of the (edcrsl calumnies of'en ur ged aain-t the Pnnidi nt, that he oppned the la-t war, and the extension of (hn right cfsuff ai-e : "Who, lot mo ask, is this dislhigui-hed it.div do. al, whom ll'.eee political aspirants have tl.us at tempted to disgrace and destroy) He u well known to us all. Tbe ople of this atate are fa miliar with his name, and with the servic s he his rendered to bis country. His reparation is dear lo there, and they will be the last lo suffer it lobe tar nished by foui a.perMous, however high or howe vcr low their origin. He is literally eio of the pcole. He is not of tbalidass which in the early stages of the GovernmeiU were denominated 'the rich and well born' an odious distinction which has been attempted to lie premised to the prrsent day, and which ha ufleo beeu claimed with an air of triumph, on the part of thorn who have loktd wi'h jraloua eye on tbe success of favi-red indivi dual whom the people hsve delighted to honor. No, rir, he is of humble origin. He is the artificer of hi own fortune : nd often in ihe course of hi political care t, ha he been reproached wit! the humility of 4iis biiih. The prido and wealth of family distinction bss sneered at Us advenminrui, and has attempted to fiown into retirement th man who native energies rise superior to its own exertions, but the attempt has beeu iu aaiu. It wo contrary te the epitit of ur trie institution." "The war of 1812, between the United Slates Col. JolinBon. Wherever this brave vetrrsn and patriot ha turned hia foots eps on the call of hi Ml.iw cili tens, he hss been nvrrwbelmoJ with the outpourings i4 affectionate kirvdae.s It is not polnical efferve. cence; it is Bot hsrd cider enthusiasm, but a fond feeling which fellows the limping gait and mutila. ted form ef the old kind hearted soldier, who is endeared to them by hi own personal benevolence. a well as dovoled patriotism. How the Harbison men envy him the luxury of bis secret enjoyment, r.iinging from the consciousness of having earned it by hard service and much suffering! Major Barbt, former Postmaster General, and aid lo Gov. Pbelbv at the battle of the Thames, ha often told us that when he rode from the rear to see tlie body of bis fiend, (the Colonel,) whom he uaderstood to have been killed, he met the soldiers bearing hint back to where the reserve was station ed, in a blanket. 1'he bio- d was flowing from each end, Ihe drip from tbe mid-He sot being able to carry it off. He looked in upon ihe Colonel, thus literally imbedded in bis own blood, and his face. w.a instantly lighted with the sini e with which be a'w.iyt a. lute his friends "I will not die, Barry, (said tbe Colonel,) I am migtitdy cut to pieces, but 1 think my vitals have escaped." His ceuruge, std hi love for his fiicnd, and pride in having perf. med his duty, leirned from hia coun'enance. basing vanquished lbe aagoi-h of hi lorn feet and hiiu-! and the wound through his body wbat must be his pleaure now, wl en his countrymen shower their nppl u-.es upon him, and ail his toils and patus are over! 1 I . ...!h.I 1 V. ! m 1 ... nf - .1 .rvt ..! f Cm., snd findin. him alive, asked m.nnl u, come off for them, should they aitnalixe "V"" compared with the vbIuo of this hea!thr . .. . t : l....i:l: I I . ,r . u I 1 I. I I dolieiMMfllUU ntm wDetner ne nna noi rmenovu kin unu, mu Q rucci. auiou iuuw ibiuiou . u ucvu Le Gros answered, yea. Bruce lold Simpson he ,)jie l0 c0ect the names of the Gtneral Moniholan, was sure 1 Gros was not in Lis senses, aud did Colonel Vaudrey, Colonel Faiaum aud Calonol not know whst be was Baying. Upo" which Mr. IMalocde. Simpson repeated live uestioa, and Le Gros an- When kit hal l.tndtd, they marched inio town wered, no. by the Place Navarin, Ruo de Carreux, Rue Si Mr. Simpson then proposed to Bruce to return momui, into the Grande Rue, shouting Vive tn Re I River, and told him he would give him fEmpcreur," the Prmre carry tug hia hat on Ihe 500 to go bark with him and any nothing about I point of hia sword, and waving H in the air. Freim Jwialhun Drae&l John L Well. Wm. II. hnhy, Ha-tfsrJ, Conn. Sep- 8, 1830. A gAHi'eman who often intruded in a priming office where he did ivoiu!scrit,oiieday baJ kis difturn id out by a eru-ly old fellow, who gave bitn a tre mendous kick, 'yuu are no subscriber at any rate,' Th- i rxli-m-Hi took It hint and never more annoy- ed ihcrtftablibbtuenlty his preface. A man who had applied for adtsision into tlie church, say-i the Berkihire Aim riran, wa oleiv- ed by the psMor, a day or two after, in a tjato of gloriou iiU.ica.ion, leaning agami a leuce in fio .t of ihe meeting house. "I am astonished to seu you in thi condition," aid (he mtnist r, thought you were calculating to join the church.' The onwoithy am-licani Uooking up with a maud. lin fctiiv, and replied "True, I did think about it and am rallaji leaning that way, now." FEMALE CONSTANCY. If we are to trust to tho s.lcnce of satirist, w mast believe that there is do reverse of the picUra, and that women never die of bad husbands. May not this account for Ihe enhanced rata of policy . . ..... , 1 .: nt I rt .1 J i L . 1 . l. , V. . PnA it. Bruce leing nignrenfa nu wnnunn u n Ue ursuue nuc mey hihud ium wj j iu . . v I . : I I . , , l . J . V. I sn opportunity lo spra to i.e i.ro . -ny ... oe ia nam,., iu .ne .urCU ..u ,ate,y it,mMdtJ oa ,ke ilwtt(lloce rf frmae UvM dian. they got h-1.1 of two htidk". caught horses. blK,y of ,I0l1,4 of ihe lino (I believe only one com- E j,,, 0B, on, . . . and set off immedia'cry in se..ch of the othr, p.ny) th.t perform duty here, I he .oldr. awa- . . ... , . r .L . !.. I i . 1 ....I 1 1. I.... Hiirfntnt,lii, li 0n. I camp. After riding ine greater pan oi inn mgni, i auiru. aiuj .in...-. .7 they reached lbc ether eBCKBiprnrtit, as liefore ta- I ral officers, knew not what to make of the scene'. ted, a'ooBt sunrise. I They were, however, soon made lo comprehend A party nf sit immediately took their gnns snd I that a revolution wa on foot, that Leui Philippe mounted to return to the encampment of Mr Simp- I rvas dethroned, that sll France was roused in favor . . . . . w ii i i v ..... I ... t- : .. .r . . . i . ...i i, 1 1... . son. IJI mis psr.y i"i.v j.., v.h oi inoir .nipe-ror livui. .inicti, mu um by my side, was one. They proceeded in the I pxtstarm to march foathwilh upon Taris. greatest haste, and soon after 8 clock in the I Ag iorne wel0 prpparjng 0 oliey, their captain, morning arrived at their destination. j wbo htA n mncd by tho noise, rusheJ in rhey pulled up about 300 yards from tha en- j tmon(t tnpm ,nj festoied their wavering loyalty campment, and called out no answer waa given. I b? gh0uting "Vive le Roi." High werda and a TJtey thn called on Mr. Simpson ly n one, and I tn,u,.J between h tu and Prince Loui, when till no answer. They then moved r.und to t .o j ,be ,at(er drew , lUtol toJ fifej4 unfortunately iV. ;,1i koeointr the (sine distance, aud called I . ... .i,,.rj i,. imiw of mior soldier I ... .u i ,i 1 approach, ehe desired him to throw her the end of smiru I whn wsa eiide-avottnR to siasate thorn, add the 1 ' ' . - . . I 1 i v- u -V - r .... I ..... A I. I . I .: They could not see Mr. S.mpson hut taw a do- whole fim,. lhe .oKlkrg were lukt. . -7. immediutelv afterward, heard the repo t ol a ..,-,, ,,, nlh:. ng turn, wua ser exp.ring nreatn, boi ,o iouc n oef " " I tTlllfl. lliBl 1113 VlXllCia v ... .B .1 . ' 1 Al I wa to be done there, procipitatcly quilled the Ca serne, and retired to the port. By trria time the tewn wa roused, the aMthori tie were on fool, the drutM weie beating to arms, sad the Na ional Guards pouring out in a'l direc- run. and xw the sme near the earl. They thcu " . K I ,d round t where the horses wer,eaugni tnem, snd B proachrd a little nearer the cart. They then find off their gun, intending lo a!ann Mr. Simp son, but seeing nothing of him, spjiroat hed gradu slly.vutilat last JSiuclair, one of the party, got near enough to tne cart to see Mr. Simpsun, and Cidltd out that he was di ad. They then all advanced, and Mr Robert Logan ssw him lying on bis gun, with bis face d iwnwar . aiancy t "She who tie beneath thi. stone Died of constancy alone. Stranger, approach with step eeorageottt. For this disease i not contagious." The point of the epigram, however, i generof, and both eexra must bear the sting. Men may, indeed, write on constancy, but hov truly can wo. man act it ! - During the course of her illness speaking of a woman who died of tbe plagac,) he uniformly refused all succour from her huo band, nor would she suffer him lo 'approach serf and carrying her cares for his rifely even b yond the term of her life ; when he found her Ust hour j corpse, hut to drag her by means of thi C JrJ, Ja her grave." Datet and Dtsta.net, Lord L ' , more rematkable fox lr's pi-Uetha his paits, being one) withdrawn from a fmhieculi! party, and wanting hi servant to attend him, call lions. 1 be proclamations, one oi wbjcq i netoe, eJ ou, in , Tfrj ,JU j where etn my block, with a decree, had been lavl.h!y districted long hesdbe,u)n yotu should rs. my LotJ"aasw every atreel through which they passed, and money B,iJgrt TUemachr. nivpn ta those who had followed them. 1 bese oon declared what lhe object wa, and the necewa- I A sailor and two of his sliirnu.te oce wan tod A distinguithed giiillrmu.il A PentisylvaiMa, w hose nose and chin win re both very lung, and who had lost Lis Iceth, wb.ei.eby the nose and chin were bii.ua.hl near together, was told, u I am afraid your ncwe audcJin will fight before long ; they ap proach each ether very menacing." I B afraid He had a wound on tho f.rehead aud all tle UTPt r. dir(.ctiona were given by the Hon Prcfet lo at- j g0 f,0m Portsmouth to Ptcrteldj when onai psrt of his head we blown off. His csp a white U(k be ,iB,urber of the peace. Within Iwo hours gtaying lhind, desired lh olhor two to proceed oa ann, partisl'y humt. was found about SO yard off; h ,)art were either prisoner in the citadel, f, hiu he went and hired a borer. When he had no other wound. The body or Mr. Bird ib( or jjsienied. Tbey natde no stand after lea- caroeta the livery atahl the ostler brought him wa found covered over w i h the tent, and Iwo ?i)C tbe Caserne, short-backed light galloway, about fourteen hesda tich M keep it down. I.e nro. wa. nao anu B ne made the way with Ihe egle to the Na- J Ligh Zounda, sars Jack, this will net do for tm i poleon eolunn, aome with the Prince hastened to j ae j, l0 tnort in tho back. Oh, Sir," replio tha the sea aide, and eignslled for a boat from the stea- J ottler, "ho ia all tho better for that," '-ILe wig no mer. Unfortunately for them too many gotnto I j0i j te y0Ui jail mo a hois wish a longer back. iu end it uiatt The l'rinoe vwtn Uvreo ur four out taking off their cUhi; and covered them with (WMQ for ,be efcmef and had a nanow the tei. Mr. impon' portmanteau and iiui i pf being drowned. trunk were not opened, but taken lo Lae qui i'fl"-1 purjng thoir absence, however, alTars had ehn- e. and there deposited ta me care ei ui. " m.a... on Ae rteim,.r. m,. Pdilet, the harbor Hewins- Hewins.- says I, "how sta youf on, tlus Pre-bytentn mis.ionary. until mo mM,eft j,, order if the maor,,had proceeded with UPreity well, thank you, Donelly," .ay hi ay when James Piatt, who will be then leturning to 1 J(Mn eusl(m houae oC'icsr in a boat, and I- j L. "thai not my name." "Faith j no mo isuuna covered with U .i kel. and thero wa a ittl no ten the two binlie. a rf Mr. 6imp.o had kept walking to and fro all night. Thv borii d all three bodies aa they were, with- I havo two store to take up al the turnpike,' I waa going," said aa Iri hraan, "ovor VfeaU ruinater Bridge tha olber day, and I n4 Pel of il myself," replied the gentleman, 'for a great and Great Britain, found LLm in lhul uf this J many words havo jtatscd byiween lUuj ulriudj-." Red River, has agteed to tuke then) but to lhe II B Curapany'e agent llstro. I have thus detaikj all lb information can eb. tAin.ascarifully and minutely as poasiVe. Ther tan remain no dauM on lhe aubjocl, a Mr, Logan, whom you lte also eeeri n l conveid wlUi, wa t. an rye ilue to the, farts. A.. rvOD;RTox., ken possession of it. It wa fortunate for alio Hswins," y hr. 3j wo loakod at each other Piince they did so, for in returning into th har- j gin, and .bur it turned out to be neither ojutj bor they found hint almost exhausted, clinging lo tho buov. ulsut tho eighth of n mila fjom thai An English paper mentions that the Earl M'aiJo, mbpll! grave and a Captain Dun wherlately atros'.ed will ixlawa taken on Uid, and with him Colonel eomraittod on a charge of having asau'.iej vutvL. 1 yudr7. In banning trum tb hoT0 th had man nd Btolco b4.