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fk pif i I 19 1843 —3m. I
THE GIRARD LIFE INSURANCE, iS.
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HUNT/ MM., July 17, 1843.
Difire .tip I. ;1 , ;,, ,
~,, ~.l. cc' Gentlemen:—
I !11. PH:I,
ZOCZADGIC COL GAEMEN,
UNITED WITH THE
Fon Too YEAR 1913,
Under the direction of OP. U. Hoph:ns & Co.
h I I'N'c.l)(iN,
nn naturday the 29th guly 18 1 .13.
tinder t.• 11 ve..rs .1 .g.• It.tlf price. D tors
Open from 3 6 o'clock, P. M.
New and spicodid Sct m ty, thine in oil
painted by one of the lic-st :wrists in Pi.d.olel
pith, decor act the sd e s•of ; di
cont..ining auim ati it chit' r..lit clesnr.pt ions,
off,rding t ne of the most nett .1.41 t ding
tlispl.tys ever brou forth, ail th;• d. signs
being of the I...test tioish :mod' t
bie fasi:,.n. T. ottliveil thi , scene, .41 otat
lot the U. , ..1 a high •tottoti hand tit p
torth smoe ..f the in I .Ith.tothle :tii,
The ot.l. ',tut', JO IN SC H .NITF.It, the
Subduer of the s.,.v„ge of b.- rest,
will rinieor • of
scow. entilledl'..• ; ; t tio
Suit tiiN slay," Ann thrq.
lin , sitvationN, the toil 11l be exhibit
ed t— The otiteatit to I It. tot Ist
of Faihri. t'xpirint fro 1 , anti f.tigue;
when a fierce lircziktii darts iikt
lightning otbiti ft...rn an upper c.v.:no.
The 1 1 ... stern tle,p , tt's roost awful ,en
tent, ! ! F..rivited tl b rooditi , u
of tr,iottio. a 11 ;111 limit to ilitl.l,esS, which is
UCC.III,IISII , I, :13,C1 the html'.'e titles itort.ss the
real in 'ill :Indent e:ty.
Als. , a v..riety it t tit r beautiful and strik•
ing sitchiti •ns mill he presented cloning the
ti,,• p i, c ,.., t o conotid„ iviti, th,
most I,lrl, it..tl clitvirg Itttnoto display
presented ..m.nig a wlvle caravan of wild
1,7 1..,.5 v at the -.ante tin*, tbH , II the
littliiitt SI tve, who will it rtiffibtlly rsoiltlto
And pl.tyittlly exhibit lliti 1,11.• k ti,i 111
1\1.111.,1 v F, jir
•• • •
the I,,t.tigil •'t 1111 l• • , 1
raringwhich l h, ' •
for steeping n nn.• , • .1
the pre mi.. ,s, n,,, .
ful pets ‘n to ,
horses, • • -
prepart.d. t‘t . : • •
mid such s , r . c ~e
sire accifinnt : Is;'. '',\' so:i
tits a share S t 1•,. • , m i i s . 1) ,,,
the triends ~1 •; •
call. LS I I Fit CL
Iju n ti n eo,, :\larrh 1. 1843.
• WASHINGTON HOTEL,
11 Alt KE I I,QU ARE. H AM; ISHI.111(;, Pa
,u!),rxiber r spectfullr anftrunces to his
and the public gmerally, that he h,
taken the above named well knms it Tavern
Stand, (fartnerly kept by V 4 tn. E. C ;ttnp,)
where he will end, aver to serve these that
may call upon hint in the timst satisf,ct ry
manner. H-tise is centr.illy
santly located, anti is furnished henakli. ut
with the lwat bedding and ether lurnitur. ,
and his aec.nion-clations sub as to make
It a cons enicht desir.iith stepping place.
Ty. x , ..rtiens w iIl he spitri.d to make
it itgreeaLile in all its di•p, tn,t tits tit those
who may favor hint t, it h a ran
Fit EDI , .1111:K J. FENN.
December 21. 1842.
Snydetos !Vegetable Coaerele.
do c•ertily th it my wife was Aliott d r.
some time with a very severe cough,
with a pain in the breaq, and after molly
other retro dies had failed I was ioduced
procure a bottle of J. Si ydet's Vegetable
Concrete, and she w:ts nerttctly restoerri by
the use of part f a butt 1. full.
For sale by Jacob Snyder lialidaysburg.
Jan. 18. 1243
P. .1.,111e 44 L E [.r S.
noTicE is lirri by given that the
t L ws or the I,Le a. hSIOII of the
Lagis,attire 1,. y e coin , to hand and are re,cly
tor distribution t t Lose entitled to 0. etive
then, JAMES STEEL, Pr,t'y.
July 12, 1843 —3t,
M I liCus ..;
l'• Ct ivc ;tilt! t Xt cut
40 1 69
60 4 35
: A i)ers,a) aged 30 yt-ais, I))
c 101;.1., 91 SI W. ula cut , t.
fluid!, or 0, n> 8100, should diet.)).
ee.ir— , •r t r 913 10 le secures LO t.lO al 9:000
0 , $l3OO .•1 foe 7
I , 111 $lOOO 'lO,lOl he durioe,
di 7 ) f r $23 60 1,,01 11‘ . du-
Vita, ore 1.1 1111 , St rtt u. 1000 d ,)s
w t r $65 50 )0 y illl re
roil 5000 lie di , in ite ye
Ft), taer Ir.ei tie tiims ieSp rill, Lore I 11111 1 .•
i I :.i,;u't• i.. of E31:10 s 0111
I it , Lit. in, 1114 be had :it
B W. BIC H , RDS. l't
.1"4(). F. J \ME-, Actuary.
Awil 19 1843 —6. ti
DAY, GERRISH Bt, C 0
CiEN F.Ett 14 1'13411)110E,
Coiittii Iss (laid Illyteardi,g
,?9 . ,..•8-e (tuts.
Granite States. Inter side i-f Puce sire 1,
en the Delaware. Philintelinna
TFULLY inform tin ti niifritndi
.4a , and the iiter,:'v ants ge..1,11y, th,t tin y
1,..ve tAen the Loge V1'1%..v1 and
Fn 01t. Su r s, Itn 'w ii us 121.1 g, way's Si,
immediately I), low ita, e sneer, i
to their ..Itl wharf, where thee will con
tinue the ilvvemee cntintiissigi bust ss,
iin , 01 i. t iv, and forward
1 , 1 the Juniata, and 1 , 1,0• th Wt-st liranclk
the 1111,1nehatin.. Itavvvs. vi the Tnte
\Vaturolni 1 3 ennsytvailia, and Sam) lkill.ool
llnt , m canals.
This st..lilishmet.t ilvs many advatitag,
ICr am other In the tit) in pnint of I, of
convenivnt, the acc..minndation
ltvin t ; .0... the
, • , I.4rvvs .0i the 1) I ~ ,re, ihe •
fr-rn \V 1)e %. v
.1 iii ,(
.1 1. I, xze, v, 11,,,
5r...11 & 1 . 1...nr , it
It J Etti & llr
. ii.o - cvntt & ( , iris, You, rye &
LO, el. & Barrow,
C. , ( 7 .v, s .
1 ; liken A& G 14'imye•r
Horn(r 1 Mc. (.y
li - tdrreted.
4;,•w:in & r. 11 E W Wik,•,
THOMAS DOUGALSS, GUN-SMITH,
I.,nPhe I FULLY infi , ruis his friehtls
:mil the plink: gener:ille, that he still
ci intim., the above business in
IFI'L:tIA 11 EL 11,s'1 1 01VN,
nd is pri p.ire I to manufacture all kinds VI
Guns i .v Pistols, or t'i m the any nece. ,ry t e•
pairs npoh noy m•ijel,"l the kind. It carelu
attention will merit success, he hip, sto se
cure the patronage ot the sharp shoot ersl4
this C . to.ty.
000 T S A .t S ES.
Leghorn awl Ntraw Bonnets,
PALMLEAF AND LEGIioRN HATS.
Mercihints and others from Huotiiimli,
and adj tct ut pbci.s, ort• respcctltilly rt gip a
ted to c,ll ex.iniiiic tl , t• stork .v,
kinds of g ads, which is rill and extensive,
itod which will bt• sold it pile, s that will
cit•r s.itisfaction. to pnt•chasves, at N. , . 168
reet south-east corner of sth stn., t,
GEO. \V. EC LF.l\I IS B. 1 AI7LOII.
Feb 6, 1813.-6oio.
R. WILLIk S 1) II
cm, • LILL) n0...1.1,k fri,mls ;,,,d the pub
lic, ti,ie he Las rein will to the new
linUne, un the ly
I“ernee resnlenee in Main btri t.
he Cali at Al times he found, by those who
desire hid professional services,
11,,,Iti,iyicn, Dec. ',"l, 1842,
Uaa.o di\ - .osl:taTr g 3 3, .1 34Eg30
n g is ig n il tii
lirein : d t
i, d ,o,
dr w , a ,: r c f av — i
~,,,,G e e
t o si l c e
d; a a 1 ,
n aid :iilueipr David—the opusd :i. n
:ju ip,; o i.ec i
d i r e :
Government is order ; and it must either spring I oll,llowrap - r , iat e ,A, i t o "--- , i i s:,:: , :i. o l n ii a s i manner, to :ie.,
i spontaneously, and derive its support, peer U CVII- ! bratc thc bi lt rth i -day
l i l i e o ar t,, i , n: i f in d o o::n w a ii ga iii i , ti ii s i t a a r l in ity , e a I ffi la m n u d ri fu i liioofnopzsr:psi:dflopuot-r 'oiling sense of justice, a lore Vries!, itoplon c.I , ith what a partial, anxi ms eye, [thou! r t n h ' e t patriot Ad
and cherished in the hearts of Nee mom of tin a.; well as the
&rained Committee from the Sabbath Schools,
RESPECTED SlR:—The un
peer& ,• or he enforced by the s , t i ri) , l , :ee ri t , t r r . t i t i l e o r f i l s eo::r
which mot to celebrate the lea Anniversary of Amer- supplies,—hall naked and half Etarixd;—w when W •
a g to
t i: i et e i n n i t , o , l ,i t r l i i;l: b ity li o c‘ n u e , t i .. ,,,, i *e w t ,,,1 , i z i . e t ; I:,,a.teflS
r i e c ai n ' i r ..7 l ::l ' t ' congregates .a leie
together o'ift the
'can Independence, a the Cypress Cottage, !twee,.
, w ,i a ir t u c c h u t ,o lt , e ,g ui i i:s u 7:
a c i o a nt , zt ie i n ti it: c p s r: r g , r e e 3 s . s t a h n o ll co it u i , i i t t s: '
with more than ordinary pleasure listened to the the latter kind in- till our
scenes id— a' :
1 1 . • I t if i e t —who tll i7i i I
less and inestimable benefits and blessings which , eludes all the family of monarchies and despotism,. he Ica to thron g s i the affairs of this government,
excellent Oration delivered by you on Rita occasion,
j a n n g d
as bel ,A ie ,e v i i i n a g s
ttheanteiritscithieliennitanior;,,,vvillilonfloi:enointteeicie:yt- —and here is the real line of separation. On ow: When thoselio
' i ni ta i ‘ g:it i y i' ll ' o 'i d is r e m s vitisrbiieh:.:ile::::':',.:e."l,6l°l.:'il:, side of this line. govemnient, such as it is, ran be bored with the f s ' i" t : l ll 'i t " rl: i ti l d ' ; n —i n te w f ' ti ' tu li r a e ll I: ;:a t e l l i ,:r n s . ,
1 the sea! Who can think of these things mad not
the opportunity to listen to its plain and eloquent main[ lined. through every infection , if Vie r •'; , Nam ina , •*.t • '
i that it was clod—God delivering American Is- principle the " rod of iron." the con:. creative arm, be l ogre h . ,. and -'ra i t i ( i ' ti a l: d ii s i l tnl ' i l e le ir n. ten i d t e e r ui ll ' e c ar ta ' t .
h .ll ' e l
truths, would, in the name of those they represent t , 1
.me from British Egypt ! Who can dwell upon suflkiently strong: on the alter, it cm only ••• live seeds of true in '
and move, and have its being," in a unreal • .
earnestly tllia lio r n e . q request thattli o atzo i : g yyvooutild,rfreloisnlireare:pfityrfoOr • them, and any, that w E awe kW gratitude and thanks-oi so ty ;—the morality of the D.:•le;
songs- - - pu-e f, ow lit-iv • • , . , • - •
, en ,--putt as from Lte lips ot :Inn
r, I • • I phere.
giving ta; the great Deliverer 1 who •• spake as never until spak V." It '' trains I:. TR
WiliCh we trust shall receive its proper reward. All this appear. Mill more e v ident , as• in tracing i it requires no argument to .now that the mit., t, up in the way they should go tu and mason and leicla
'With much respect yours, soc. I
A. W. BENEDICT,
, iPI i l l i ) N 8 . S.
1 1 /l I IJI I II E N . EI, L , the results which have flowed from that contest, w 7.,
w i'';' , : . : , , , , : n r.: i f lb a e t e ,e pt k ib e l p .ic t
, i il s iv y: , ,, e ,, ,,, ,-- n pr i nc i p l e ton lead us to trust that " when they are old they
d active by that will not depart from it." Thus, comosetschz , at the
a s2, ; ' , l fi u u e n n g t w u tt ' :,,, l° ;. -
di f i h n e
g heart —by
. the re! 4 ,;,,,, o f the p ,,, p , piece,—ere vicious habits are fermerCor evil
HENRY . MILLER,
M. 11. BLACK,
any ',were else, was here a doubtfal cepersment— conquer
build up u repuulte, winen would nave been irutic.e.
ia:l ! ,,, l ,,, :c o,:i 7i ni a : d at it e , : i:d n c o ib l ic ! r i ei i k n ,, g ; :::: rti on. gait, the aseendene re tl.c inexperienced
SAMUEL GRAPH:J - 8.
isstis,ei.ti . ble .' of deep r a s i t3 id — al t :it t li li n c g tb il e n;e n tis d i e r r n: i t— ad
, and hold feet have icor••ei to 't ' •I .
Committee. , boldly undertaken in me Mee of the world's opinion
1 and example, and of its history, too, ii we except Lira afolarehei:lifialloPwlaat
man, ari that
in his heart u ni t l oes lt d vt.tig the proper oseans,—the instillation kilo
of me t sort-need republics on antiquity, whose lute' , end for the rights and the heart of
. the pure and purifying principles a
and waose nuns worded Cur more of warnuif ous tn u a:
, welfarethe Il O A 6 ' 6 1. 1 II; ' 7171 l ' ;1 l e i d o
i i . ::1 : ::s i i i
o u i I i
in i v o e , :ic A li r etne of tn i o io ni , l „ t i t , i , i ii tio i, n , , ly e is e i v t il e o a l lc e i zs d sf t u e r - t.
oi encouragement. But, it watery deterred,
1 binds the members of a great rep ' uVli c le 2s t s b r " and
the .silken cord, gospel morality ; and embracing in its coinprelwn
encoureseu ; and white it spurned tee.. divine right"
o f upon an acknowledged equality, and no one e ' a are
us twi g s, es. against a world ' s opinion and exam - ' gether in happy mid permanent union , while all w. T iler r tli i ehl " es 'i s e li ' l : ; -- of God, to purge the 'talon of its
kingizae a dy . I
i n ,
o io ,: . „.
i impurities, t
, n t :l ii
o o : n: s t ,i d i onward a.,..d
,re remote i t iL o g,iou,
me, it witzepereu to our ninon. Win the capacity
it Oda lIEVEY been lait.y tried. Liam was a noun- but God ! • belly !
tattoo, no intelligent natal can fail M discover, and
cent W 31.31 /I.IAi DECO lUll4', Milder 40U1 tne world, to I Education, high! •
exert t w t i h d ie lY in as o r i i t i I m il l is 'Y e ' l t hoc; dili'n and "ctl' ' ,v a c " would lte'e r I
commit it. : f Part .i.IIII Lie hi her aim o. this :lIIM., .61...,
be nue• d up in et • •• •
p f., whin.. lit tune, a brigut star in and
tile west-suoatang as ray s across the builtatinee,no patriot cal undervieue, its important political in
dimming ate gaudy lustre lit crowns, una fen ti. a rent '
i ling s ue
I tacit geann much inoinkru over am aura of learning, our system f nourished throu rho , t tl
, . a the Laud, and though it may
~ o common schools, and
1 e •ei tee edam tiers it was; cuesuered our genera intelligence, a 3 if they :done were sal- work unseen, it mu st work miracles- Though its
tuned law ..
eed menace! nuntaiaras •• 'lent. *rare- or der
, , 0 „,. i „,, 1 ~,,a ~E r nut Lan- guards t o the republic. L earn i ng is
gned sib in, humble op., ations may be overlooked
eunputay or nature, as nate' , or parcelled out : —indispensable to the happiness and prosperity of a pi-sod by the bustling multaude, yet its work of
Here was only its nett virgin sod, ii.'llu!!!''' goad I''''Phe' but, though U tit, and highly desirable. eon, moral rcformatian wlll n., steadily on. As "one
1 a , :h, :Li , . : , ;her generation cometh,"
it. , } ,..., panion, it is not the parent of morality. Its agency
"'l ' m' ' '
OP.ATION, , ten., eosin., its towering mountains, its ineitiaus- i ' its i'l , i
o ' r iptlyence are only auxiliary. KnoweWee, "' ' •• ' e ..' ' h: a new succession a
Del;verrtl at the C'ekhrat'o• h 1 the
.y ..obbath &hoots ~,,,a , ,,,,0 , 0 , i „,, . ~.
L. stems unu a iii.t natural resources. .
i a child a inaltver makeof '-' einem.: . ,
a child a virtue. man. . . . . . As one founda
and c!t...zens of the bolvigh of Iluntingdon, 4th In a teeniest ports of view, it was a pure wane a virtuous man a better.. .`.-4-wireeme.,,,,e of Lou o o.olo' .:. :. L,. or, lel i y the under-currents of
July, 1843. snout, un wit= tae genius of liberty might write nine may make a Bonaparte; but se i ne, and lea , I ;,,Mil s e '" -e , ie. fie. beneath our r e public,.
fluence of religion upon the heart,—intest We' i n- shall be, i,' i , , .l•: • .- When the ship of state,
DT aro. TAYLOR. E6R. .
, her mune, and inscribe tier court; —a vast, undo-
added to make a Washington, Knowledge dose .e.l recta, .1' ,in iiichriot.• ‘,.._ ~.,,,, father . ,
cumin" icu area, on wawa one admit erect !ter plain at school iia seen a promo..
repuofcan edifice, without interfering with palaces may make an intrigueing politician—a patent pa- 1101 ' - ''
With the events
or tin, ea, Tymittly had hare no pormaueilt lOW` Via with whom country meat. , y, and the pub_ aa,ec in tu, .1,, ,tag another iihn will prevent the
which terminated in the promulgation of that reveredv i v.teck, and steer her on, safely and prospciously, in
katt-a,....trupuoil ate ignorance no abiding place— lie good the success of a party; hut, to make a
instrument wldch hex just be, rutd t-- • .' e Perla,-
tanne.--aucei was tuts couture when good citizen, you must awaken A CONSVI EN f, 1: to
ice ''''''' ag ''":" 1
lion of American Independence ; with the origin, sul""""110 'When the im•qinolion is suffered to run into the
our pilgrim fathers landed on its shores ;but little the bosom as well as instil knowledge into the mind.
progress, and grand result of the American Revolt'. future. and We fancy those WllO are now children,
altered, in this respect, when the event of the Rev- Moral instruction it is which teaches the true art of
lion, we are all familiar. They form a prominent seam tilling the places, and performing the important
olution made it their own and, if its situation was self-government t intellectual itnprovetnent can aid
part of our brief national !theory ; en.graven, indeli-trust:; awl Mikes of men and women, how solemn
essentially by giving that government on intelligent .
bly, on the hearts of our people. The first glimpse so peculiarly suited to the establishment of a newand interesting is the duty we owe then!—Sixty
direction. And, while the American Con-titution
of our country'a ensign, raised in every village each form of government based upon equal rights, they,
is founded on the principle that - man is capable of '7 l Y''' lone r a " ed aw 'Y since 11' declaration
succeeding anniversary of freedom's birth-day—the as little changed as the face of the continent, were of Imiesandonce ; Mid i With them, the band of pa
self-government" we must al see, that, be our pea.
first tap on the drum, or sound of artillery, announ- equally well fitted for the task of making the great tress who pteeishal and euetained it, and handed
ple intelligent or otherwise, the glorious structure
cing its approach—the first bright beam of its mor- anti decisive experiment. They had fled hither down its blessings to tie. 'Pliey have nearly all
may rest upon a rock, or orr i s totter and reel upon a
ning sum—brings instantly to the mind of every from persecution, and brought with them hatred of soar into the boson of that Foil they 63 nobly de
foundation of sand. For, though man be e e .pn-
American patriot n more vivid picture of all that tyranny in all its Protean shapes. They brought
we see ... here. and fended. Those who manage the aflitirs of this gov
peculiarly belongs to that eventful period, than the with them no predilection for crowns or mitres, for ' ble of ' if- g overnment," intuit:it now, are connected with that generation by
amongst them in my of the learned and intellieent.
fancy of him who now addresses you could sketch. poste or titles of nobility; for, having been oppres- '
power,.....diegue.. ! who do not, and will not. govern themselves .lie ie ter; 1 ' a "j a g' link I— '"i'Veaor erl :ream carr co,
The occasion, as oft as it come, raises each beset sed rather than corrupted by their c tad I COME here-but twill not then be here-and ee
-1 —some who would tread upon the neeke. or wade
above every , thing sectional, sectarian, or selfish; ted rather than dazzled and enchanted by their env-
through the tears and blood of their lam to quire for those who are the fathers, and mothers,
warns cad, bosom with high, holy, enabling en. gratify inordinate selfishness or unliellowed ambi-
ty glitter,—they had seen and felt, to despise and • a i ! teil,thers of this day, I would be answered by a
tions, which serf or subject, king or despot, never hate them. They came in the simple dignity of slew g.,..tti,e. Some one would point to the corn-
They i tion Lion;—come, alike regardless of the rights and web
knew t end we all with lino accord.—with one mind, MEN. They came republicans in feeling. moo resting place of our own lived dead ; where
1 faro of others, and of their own. Let the number
one heart,—rejoice in common rights and common came with hearts to brave the perils of the sea, and t' lte!r 0,11 el I' 1 , b-i •
of such swell into a majorhy—let unrestrained vice liter '''!! ''' l ! '''' '''' '' t ' '"' ' n j "* 74 '
:aids.; in a common itallw, a common home, a tlw dangers of the wilderness; with bands to fell 1
and corruption bear sway—and what hi in hopes j '''''' l it ' ''''''' ''''i'''''''' ''-'- ''''' .•'
'..' '''''' ' ''
,•• • :•, r, country ! Even our little children catch the forest, to build up homes and altars, and to de- I
could the pada
could and would govern, it is true;
draw Gan the abstract truth of a g ive Pl'° In tits lie!''. :" ch:ll'n Grit"'". ''''''' hii a ' ;
t ,• la, coding enthusiasm as it passes in its musts- fend them. Above all, they brought stye with them
maxim? prattle around us; and they again to other. ! Our
.: ..e. channel from heart to heart, and their lisle the rites of the Pantheon; the Koran; or tlie i
duty to View is to give them unimpaired the rich
hut, however intelligent, or whatever else they might
races brighten whin a glow of joy as they hear of •• the far wet.. creed of Wilde! Prance. They calm with ; blel-,ing bcpreathed to us ; to employ our time, our
possess, they would soon govern the nation to its
dth of July, " ere they- have learned the great events TUE Dials. in their hands, and its golden precepts talente, and our prayers, to prepare them for such a
downfall. France was intelligent ; but into what
whith it calls up in the grateful recollection of those in their hearts ! If liberty could not dwell with suit'
discharge of the sacral trust, that they may in like
dizzy depths of anarchy, carnage, and horror did
with whom they synmathise, or can comprehend a people, on such a land, she could find no resting . manner commit it, unchanged and unsullied, to
people auto,, she plunge, when she closed her churches, polluted
any thing of the rich blessings with which it is as- place one the face of the earth—no their children. Lot tie hope and pray that the fiber
and forsaken as they were, and wrote the daring
sociated.—That it is so,—that this day is thus Me- the children of Adam If the ex eriment hod ' ty of our country will thui be preserved and perpet
P here creed of atheism on their doors!--No! Let the
braced with unabated, if not with growing ardor, foiled, nee . . ' .
never, never Ream, we are ready to say, need anted to the latest lime, by the blessing of Cod upon
' great truth sink into our hearts, and never. never be
every year,—is sheering evidence that our fee • • .t . •
. . -• 1 -• um l•• it ha, eken repeated.forgotten, that we owe the existence, and blessings, our holy religion ; and that as one generation of
tutionslime been preserved in spirit as well as in A combination of circumstances, in tine
and glory of
e wise ra-
our free institutions, and must look for freemen after another in rapid aueression shall •min
form. t rangement of Providence, thus favored theestablisli
their perpetuity, to the hie,dng stl God upon the gle its mortal dust with the dust of generations past,
It is good for n't to cherish these emotions. We meat and growth of the principles of free govern-
eel gon 1f tier B Isle ! This is the chart and coin- the spirits of all may, through tile same holy eget,.
can all feel the propriety and utility of celebrating, ment on American soil, which has never existed in '
pass which have directed our steady course to .• ey, join and mingle together, united, free, and hap
in II becoming manner, this eventful day ,and we any other country under heaven. Indeed, if we
tier. glory. ati I wit, md happiness; and tit. .11,1 Py rO,ll V Ell, in a blessed inunortality !
can all point to the authority of a high, a familiar reason from the data from which they reaeoned--ifLet us a, custom ourselves, my friends, to regard
precedent. Nay, if it woo a religious duty of the we view the world as it was seen by them—we will ' " ''' ''''' u '' ''' ''' ' '! ' :':1 ,
',,•,, and the' Institutions they foster and
children of Israel to perpetuate the remembrance of find it difficult to avoid the conclusion of the o:d
wr'''' '''' -! i
their Providential deliverance from Egyptian pond- statesmen and sages of Europe. that a reitabiscan -
.•. • .••.tved country--bcr strong holds, her
age, by a periodical jubilee, should we not consider goyernmentcould be established ,1 .‘1 .. :• , •• • tit
l ' " ' ' ' ' . r towels, the einalttls of her liberty.
.. . . .
it our duty, as well as our privilege, thus to cherish. ly rti theory. In every oho , • ..-.. .. I' '
~ . .. :. '. •• sesiet the high sauce e whence cometh
with gratitude, the recollection of a similar, and would really have been imps 1,, .-: -, .... ~•• ~ re- . d .
~, . .
... . d ,
.... : ! ..., ~. a r good and perfect gift," when we an
scarcely less eignal deliverance I 'Prue, our fathers, public was called into exish•nee. 'I lit oat ii,..i..0r of ' ' '
~,....,,.. ri a t:I., in, , ,tt to celebrate the anniversary of our ne
in their colonial subservience, felt not the iron yoke existing institution's, habits, mantle., prejudices. and t , :i.,.! iii btpdildence. Let us look upward for as.
which fell upon the descendant.; of faithful Abraham ' superstitions, would have presented an ineurniount- '"'' L '"' '' ' " ""h t" the 'Wl.''. .t - ..i .1 i A.. ' ::•''1 , ,,11l in the dischai go of every duty,
battle to the strong !'' And as monument at,. '
in Eqpt, when t , a king arose which knew not ...... able obstacle to the introduction of a systein.,o null
monument shall di. , 1 . 0 the clouds to PerPeiaate thew a' si ler . u.. 1, w .nl. They who faithfully labor to
eeph," and made them the tasked, oppressed. scour- rally different, that it could only come into being by
,train up t le children of the land in the practice and
names, and the memory of theirdeedselet our 'warts !
ged slaves of unrelenting power; nor had our firth- , their annihilation, and rise and stand upon their i eve avinue, do a nobler act of patriotism than they
ascend above their lolly summits, in higher gratitude !
ere, when they first set their pilgrim feet upon nn ruins. Had the introduction of republicanism else- could by marching to the e tented field." He who
to Hits who is •• over all, tied, blessed forever !"
untraversed shore, or afterwards, to taste the bitter where bees practicable ;—had it not been, in the labors to -beat swords into plough-shares and spears
Since sound morality must always Fe the Innin •
cup of sorrow which that people drank to the dregs, nature of things, impossible,—it would have been iota pruning boobs," by spreading abroad the life
pillar of our government ; wince it is to
when, in another captivity , ; no less difficult to find a clime in the old world in giving and peace-breathing spirit of the everlasting
moral influence we must look for its continued ,t..
, which it could flourish,--a moral atinosphere in
a They sat them down and wept, and permanence, haw interesting it k to con- g 'P el ' 01 . 1 ' 11 ' ° ' "'"'“--.‘" '''''' nat ''''' 10 " learn "."
Where Babel's waters slept, 1 which it would not instantly wither and die. Then 1 liiiitY is entitled to iligliev glory than he who
teintiii , !e the intimate connexion between our free 0° ' lre.'
And thought of home and Zion i it was, and still is, indigenous to American soil t it '
„an. i sheaths them on the bosom of an enemy. And, al-
As a long-gone, happy dream !" 1 has Intherto been, and still is, a tender exotic every ! institutions and our holy religion ;
upoi : t
t., : though ittontinients will not rise to tell posterity his
A e pillar of cloud by day, "and of e fire by night;'i
where else. It could not live a day amidst atheism, perity and destiny
W feel that
, fune, or wecatlts be prepared to encircle his brow,
:tax not revealed to the vision a the oppressed cote- '
littbrimism, Mahomedanism, or that corrupt form of ' Prosperity and success of the alter ;-- - Ws work. will outlive the marble, and he will wM
mats as the visible instrumentality of God for their Christianity which peeps at carthlY hon.. .d 1 serving and promufing the service a our God, w
1- ' '. aud wesr a chaplet which Will COIit:MILI to grow
guidance and protection ;— ocean did not heave up , earthly sceptres, aspires to earthly thrones, and I render the higlwst possible serviee to our ceuele) ;___
tri ,hs , r end fairer, long after every Rower of earth
ts ,e m i g h ty 7 , •at . ers h to provide them a pathway a dc- ions at lording it "over the heritage of God!" '
,to know that true patriaiam, the living principle i work of human
d ed, or to overwhelm the haughty , A. r ationally aught we expect wed. planted in tho I our free institutions, is the spirit of Clristianit y, us ' 7, h ! LI I'''' ,! " , "' it
d' and ewer).
ho ' st a the.: o; rt reclaimed by the angelic herald of the Sin lour to ' .' '.
a " I !rand 'lYsh.all have mouldered beneath the
pursued them. Yet,. we I snow to germinate; or a tropkal plant to nourish in P Co :: roiling of time !—long• long after
trace the his p to e r '" an
y of the R evolution, and view the .
, 1 the regions of the north pole. It is a thing intros- the shcpards on the plains of Bethlehem,—.. ON • , I
"•I .IO moss shall waste, the skies in smoke decay
vast disparity between the contending powers—a ! rible. asnra TRACT. 00013 WILL TOWARD NEN !" And Podia bill to 'last.. and mountains melt away ,“.
Your flattering, note, requesting a
copy of my " Oration " on the 4th, at Cypress Cot-
tage, is before me.
)e. _..1..r life
$0 93- awl,
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If, in your judgment, any might be gratified by
its publication, or any good result from the eircula
tion of its ,ertildrents, (the only merit that can be
hasty ,- for it) it is at your disposal ; although the
the day beim* , was thrown together, principally
deemed a sufficient rea , uvered, would perhaps be
- hog to comply
Your obedient servant,
with your polite request,
➢tests. A. W. Benedict, John S. Lytle, Thos.
Burchinell, Henry W. Miller, Win. H. Black,
Samuel Grafius.—Commit tee.
Pri,ndz and Fellow-Udiuns
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