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even think that it the greatest simpleton our affairs-Renegadoes, disappointed tools our paper was " secured by stout wrappers and strong in the democratic party was now asked, || and hungry partizans all crowded togeth.

twine," exclusive of a cover of white paper-and whether it would not have been better to er into the high places.

that the Bee had “ no other protection from injury have taxed the people a little than to have Among the federalisis it was a matter of than flimsy printing paper."-Holt must be a great fold land for eight pence and a shilling an curious speculation how this promise of

dunce, if he believes that his paragraph conveyed acre, which will now fetch from six to lowering ihe taxes could be kept. For the this meaning i-and he must be wholly destitute of thirty dollars an acre; and the intereit first year or two there could be no difficulty, editorial honesty, if he did not believe so, ard wil. might have freed ourselves and our pofter. || because the money, brought into the treal

fully misrepresented our statement. He may take

his choice. ity from taxes for ever, be could not help | ury by recent taxes, would require no new owning that he had been hummed by mere taxes. But how would they imagine at: hollow electioneering cants. So, honeft ter that period. The real friends of the

One good turn deserves another." reader, you perceive it was no such migh-l people could not think that the new party ty wisdoin that kept our taxes low during would dare to take hold of our remaining We find, by an article in the Evening Post, that Mr. Clinton's first administration. Wheth-lands, and thus by completely destroying « Richard D. Croucher, who was convicted beer it was unpardonable folly and miscalcu- the folid fources of the state, entail the

fore a court of Oyer and Terminer, held at the citylation, or something even worse requires i curse of taxation upon ourselves and our hall of the city of New York, on Tuesday, the 8th Share of lagacity to discover. I children's children to the remotest ages.

day of July, 1800, for a rape, and for which crime When the federalists came into power, But they were deceived. The LAND OF.

he was sentenced to the state prison for life, but the dreadtul arm of the Land Ofice was IS AGAIN OPEN ! ! and the very

was afterwards pardoned by his Excellency Governarrested the hand of the destroyer was deuce will be in it if we have any taxes for

or Clinton, has found his way to Virginia, and, as stayed ! State fpeculators retired in dismay, the first while. But when those ainong us

appears by one of their last papers, has become a and for the firft time an attempt was made who may live a while longer shall be reg

man of considerable standing in society."-Thus to establish a regular financial system. As | ularly called upon for heavy taxes, here has our humane governor given sister Virginia cne land office sales were discontinued, the after, we shall in vain turn our eyes to the good democratic vote ; and the governor of Virginstream which had hitherto flowed so abun gay fields, the cultivated plains and rich

ia cannot better return the favor, than to release a dantly into the treasury, was suddenly gardens which patriots, republicans, e few convicts from the prisons of that state, and send stopped. And it will never appear won.

conomists, the friends of the people have them to New-York. Indeed, this project of playa derful to those who have studied arithmetic sacrificed 10 POPULARITY.

ing into each other's bands, might be carried so far as so far as to know any thing of the simple

to leave the prisons of both states entirely empty i rule of substraction, that the necessary ex

and this would save much expence, and greatly subpences of the government gradually took

serve the cause of democracy. Whether the gove off the money which during M. Clinton's

Balance Closet.

ernor of Virginia really thought of this plan, when administration had been forced into the

he delivered his condoling and sympathetic address treasury, by the forced sale of lands which

to the state prisoners in the penitentiary, we know certainly were not yet wanted by actual

[OMITTED LAST WEEK.] settlers, by none but fpeculators, who hure in moit instances madle vast fortunes at the

Holt, in his last Bee, has been guilty of a little expence of the flate. Mr. Jay then wan. more democratic meanness. Finding that he can.

Mitchell deems it “ a little curious," that we ted money, and he had ine alternative of not answer our publications as they stand, he has should, when speaking of him and his productions, refouing to taxation, or of following the taken it into his head to mangle and niisquote them.

make use of such phrases, as " graceless vagabond conduti of his prezleccilor, to wii, reliev. He gives the following as a paragraph which had

-wretch-abominable falshood-villain," &c.

However “curious" it may appear to him, we can ing the people from taxes by squandering | appeared in the Balance :away their property: That upright man

" The Balance is enclosed in white

discover nothing remarkable in it. We have ever

been accustomed to make use of plain language. unawed by consequences, preterning the paper, while the Bee is covered only

When we concisely speak of a beggarly, unprincipled approbation of the wife and good to the " with printing paper, and that is the

fellow, who wanders from place to place, and has no applause of the ignorant and the turbulent, " reason the former reacties its destina.

certain residence, we call him a " graceless vagapreserved our remaining lands to encrease " tion sately while the latter is loft on the

bond.” A miserable, depraved, pitiful creature, we in value, and applied io the people for a “ road.” little aid. This is what any prudent man

generally term a " wretch.” A scandalous tale,

To show how much our meaning is distorted, we without the least foundation in truth, we pronounce would have done in his own case, he re.publish the original sentence :

an " abonunable faishood;" and when we have would naturally pay intereft, rather than have his farm loid under a mortgage at

“ The Bces that are sent in the mail, occasion to mention Isaac Mitchell, the word “vilhalf price.

" are carelessly rolled together, and have no lain," is certainly the best adapted for the occasion. Now however the time was come for

“ other protection from injury than a piece If this is not a polite, elegant and decent" enough “ of flimsy printing paper, slightly pait

for the Barometer editor, we cannot help it. clamorous demagogues---for restless office hunters-&every little thing--yes, every

" ed round them. The Balance, on the creeping thing in the state was in motion.

contrary, is carefully enclosed in white

Proposals have been issued for a democratic pa. See now they say this Jay has loaded you

paper, and then secured by stout wrap per at Portland (Maine.) Some opinion may be with taxes, making many believe that

pers and frongtwine. Now let the rea. formed of the modesty of the editors, from the fol. high taxes were really of personal advan

“ der judge which of these papers, after | lowing passage in their prospectus :tage to Mr. Jay-fly once more to the

being carried some hundreds of miles

" All those who love their countryarms of

on horse-back, exposed perhaps to rain Clinton and you will not

your have to complain of these abominable,

“ all thole who prefer truth to faldhood“ and snow.storms, are most likely to ar.

“ all those who wish to encourage politic. odious taxes. The result is known.

“ rive safe at the place of their destinaThe doors of honour and confidence “ tion."

“ al orthodoxy-will unite in patronizing

" the Eastern Argus." were burst open. Noisy, restless, igno A man with half a grain of understanding could rant beings now took the management of

Who ever saw a better imitation of the stile of a not mistake our meaning. We plainly stated that

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Glent listeners to the controversy. At swindlings of flax, so as to make a coat ot length, the intended groom contradieled about a quarter of an inch thick when it is his friend in a tope of voice, which one of well preiled down ; then put in so much the company interpreted into giving the clean washed fand, from a beach or road, | lie. The friend would have passed it br

, as will cover about six or eight inches in but the company insisted on its being in depth of your vefiel; pass all your cider affront, and with one accord, said it re. from the press through a table cloth, suf quired fatisfaction.

He was forced to agricultural.

pended by the corners, which will take challenge him-which he did by throw. out the pummice ; and pour the liquoring him a glove across the table.' His in.

gently upon the land, through which it tended brother-in-law, returned a glore, FOR THE BALANCE.

must be suffered to filier gradually ; and and seconds were immediately chosen to as it runs off by a tap inserted in your

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fix the time, place, and weapons, for adu. FRENCH METHOD OF STACKING WHEAT.

sel in the vacancy made by the sticks at the el. They met the next morning at fir bottom, it will be found, by this easy meth- o'clock, at the place appointed. The fe.

od, as clear as cider can be expected, after conds examined and loaded the piflols, an: GENTLEMAN who had no. the most laborious process of refining; afterwards marked the distance from which ticed the modes of agriculture, on the and all the mucilaginous matter, which they were to fire. banks of the Rhine, in Flanders and in causes the fermentation and souring of ci

The two friends are fixed by their le. France, has remarked that the people of der, will be so seperated as to prevent that conds ten feet from each other. The those countries commonly stack their wheat disagreeable consequence.

word of command, to FIRE, is given and leave it in the field. Their manner of

N. B. Other methods may easily be But no discharge of pistols is heard. Å stacking is as follows : “they set one sheat

invented for passing the cider through the second time they are commanded to fire; upright, with the ears uppermost, and

sand, which is the only essential part of the but a solema silence ftill continues. A: round that place a circle of many other above process.

length, one of the seconds cries ou, fheaves with the ears uppermost, inclin

Cowards, both by " mentionin: ing on the first sheat; and when so placed,

the name of the Supreme Being Aikid they look like the figure of an extinguish

time they are commanded to fire.-T.: er.

Then they lay an horizontal circle of sherves, with all the ears in the centre,

pistol of the intended groom was alone azonitorial Department.

discharged, and unfortunately lodged is and cover those ears in the middle with a

contents in the breast of his intended loole sheaf or two. Thus placed they are

To aid the cause of virtue and religion. brother-in-law. He saw him fall, and rao protected from all wet, and may remain fix

to embrace him. He pressed him to his weeks or two months, as safe, as in a

bosom-he received his last look, full of barn." [An Oration, delivered by a graduate in the arts, in

anguish and affection and telt his break Harvest time is the most busy season, the University of Pennsylvania, on the 29th of

beat for the last time, in his arms - The with the farmer, in the whole year : by July, 1789, and lately republished in the Phila

agony of the miserable survivor, could ftacking his wheat and other grain in the delphia Gazette, contains the following affecting

not be described. He attempted several field, he can finish his harvest sooner : he story, which is earnestly recommended as a sol

times to put an end to his existence, and may cart the fheaves in at leisure-times ; emn warning against the common and murderous and by reason of their exposure to the air

was with difficulty prevented from doing

Edit. Bal.] practice of duelling

so, by the interpofirion and pious advice for several weeks, they threih much easier,

of Dr. Berkley then Bishop of Cloyne. than fheaves which, immediately after

By the advice of his friends, he was prebinding, are housed in a tight barn.

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. vailed upon to undertake a voyage to The writer remarks, that this French ble characters and manners, formed a most England, in order to be out of the way of and German method of stacking has been intimate friend thip for each other during those scenes, which kept alive the anguila adopted in some of the Southern coun. their studies in Trinity College in the ci

of his mind. ties of England, to the great benefit of the ty of Dublin. After they had taken their

But the distress of this duel did not end farmers and the public. degrees, one of iben invied the other to

here--The lady to whom the surviving his father's in the county, where he be. friend was engaged to be married, was so came strongly attached to the lister of his

much affected by the death of her brothEXTRACT. friend, a young lady of great beauty, and

er, by means' of her intended husband's many fine accomplishments.-Equality of hands, that the lost her reason, and died

rank and fortune, invited to a match on soon after in a mad house-her affli&ied GOOD CIDER AS EASILY MADE AS BAD. both sides, and after a few visits, the day

father and mother died in a year after her, was fixed upon for their marriage. The from broken hearts. The miserable au. To make Cider of early or late fruit, that evening betore this event was to take place, thor of their deaths was no less unhappy will keep any length of time, without the young gentleman who was to be mar.

in this respect than either of them. He the trouble of frequent drawing off. ried, invited the brother of his intended lived twenty years afterwards in oblouri

, bride, and a few more gentlemen, to a

ty, in the city of London ; and declared TAKE the largest cask you have on neighboring cavern, in order to take leave

to a friend not long before he died, that vour farm, from a barrel upwards ; put a

(as he faid) of his bachelor's life. At fup- he had never put out his candle a single low ilicks in the bottom, in the manner

per, a dispute took place between the two night atter he went to bed, without farthat house-wives set a lye. caík, so as friends, upon a trifling fubje£t. This dis

cying he saw his blecdirg friend, his ... raile a vacancy of two or three inches from pute arose gradually to such a height as to

tracted mistress, and their heart brukea the bottom of the cask ; then lay over intereft their pafons. The reft of the

parents, around his bed, ait reproaching chfe flicks either a clean old blanket, or, company, as is too often the case, were him with being the author of theu mikrics.

Two young gentlemen of amia

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at their first meeting, will take the matter | beyond your depth, and you be prefied into a more serious confideration, and take for a remark or a reply, set up an affected

such steps as will secure private credit and cough or sneeze ; and then say, DemFOR THE BALANCE.

mutual confidence, and prevent the de me, I forgot what I was going to speak."

signing debtor from ruining his honest and
AN INDEPENDENT GRAND-JURY.

juft creditor."
Were grand juries, in some other states,

From Essays on Husbandry and Rural Affairs. lo act with the same honesty and noble in. NDER the old confederation, dependence, which marked the conduct of the state-legislatures had the power of e. the jurymen of the district of ninety-fix, in OF APERTURES IN HABITATIONS AN mitting paper money, in as large quanti- || exposing by presentment such legislative

CELLARS. ties as they pleased : and, in some inftan. measures as should evidently be designed ces a moft villainous use was made of to aggrandize a few at the expence of this power. Intriguing knavilh men in many, it might tend to check the crooked IT is a general practice in America, te the fate assemblies, leagued with others policy of artful demagogues.

have many windows in habitations and who were in the high departments of gov.

cellars ; and to leave them open in hot ernment, emitted sums of paper money

weather for letting in the air. When in for the purpose of cheating their credit

such weather there happens to be a breeze,

SATYRICAL ADVICE TO YOUNG LADIES. ors. Alter the paper was in circulation,

some benefit is received by the few perthey were among the first in attempts to

fons who can sit close to the window. depreciate it ; and when it had funk to a

But as the air from without, when the tenth part of its nominal value, they paid

sun shines, is full 20 degrees hotter than off their specie debts with it, at par. By chanting gift of, a voice, and you can fing within doors

, the air looked for brings this system of legalised iniquity, the hon. | charmingly- let the company press till

with it that increase of heat ; yet concenest, the simple, the widow, the fatherless, they are almost weary, and whenever it is

trated in a stream, as it rushes through the were robbed of their property by their affirmed by any person that you can fing, windows, it relieves persons on whom it

you may inlift upon it you cannot--this | strikes with sensations of coolness. But republican rulers.

is a great proof of good manners. In the year 1788, while this deteftable

if the house is shut up during the hot funfarce was acting in South-Carolina, the Are your teeth white ? Shew them up shining part of the day, the family feels grand jury of the district of ninety-fix, in on all and no occasions : laugh at every more coolness and comfort than when the that State, had the honesty and boldness to speech, wheiher a joke or not; and pro windows are open for letting in the wind, present the legislature itself. An extract test, pon honour, you can't help it. which is actually hot. And how is it in from this extraordinary presentment is in Befure to abuse the dress of every friend,

the time of calm ? The having a few athe following words. by declaring such a one's gown ill made ; botr against cold and heat.

pertures in habitations is advantageous “ We present as a grievance of the such a one's handkerchief in a wrong greatest magnitude, the many late interfer. | place :--thus you will appear to poffels Cellar windows are improperly left o. ences of the legislature of the fiate, in great candour and friendship.

pen during the whole time of the hot sea. private contracts between debtor and cred

fon, for letting in cool air ; when in fact We should be wanting in our duty

the air let in is heated above 20 degrees SATYRICAL ADVICE TO YOUNG GENTLEMEY. to our country, and regardless of the ob

more than the nearly ftagnant air in the ligation of our folenn oath, and the high

cellar.

WHENEVER trust at this time devolving upon us, did

you

fail in conversa. we omit this occasion, between the expi- | molt immoderately; thereby you will comtion to amuse the company, begin to laugh

The following attentions would be preta

erable to the common practice : Shut up ration of one legislature and the meeting of a new legillative body, to express our mand the attention of all the spectators.

the cellar during the hot season, from

May till Oecber, night and day ; or outter abhorrenee of such interferences. If any gentleman should tell a remark

pen the windows after setting of the fun, We feel ourselves in duty bound to fay, || able good story, never laugh, but immedi and close them by sun-rise, it it be a wet that the many aêts of the legifiature, il ately tell another story yourself

, and then I ceilar. From the first of October the winscreening the debtor from the jult demanas laugh as much and as loud as you please. dows may be open, night and day, till the of his fair and bona fide creditor, have had

Wherever you go, be determined to find end of November, or ilireatening of freez-, a very pernicious influence on the morals

fault with every thing ; thereby you will ing weather ; then again close them, till and the manners of the people. They prove yourself a man of consequence.

about the 20th of March or early in April ; have operated as a check to boneft industry, and have given birth to a fatal delusion,

Do you wish to be in love ? Visit your

when the windows are open to May inclu. that perlons by making purchases of propmiltress when you have drunk freely of

five, as above. Yet, during winter, a few erty on a credit, and again disposing of your bottle. Spirits give spirits.

small air holes may be left open immedi. such property, would be sure to amass for. Make a dying speech;

thump your breast;

ately under the joifts of the first floor, for tunes ; and the pernicious influence of flourish your handkerchief ; and present a preserving some degree of motion as the apparent fuccess in a few, has drawn pistol.--It she is not moved at this, I will life of air, and for a pall, ge to the musty

vapours of the cellar. The lets the cel from labour and the pursuits of mechan. I give you leave to fhoot yourself.

lars under habitations, the more healthful ic arts, and others their proper and profer. . Whenever you are in company with the family. For a few purposes a small fional callings, a great number, who are ladies, endeavour to show your learning. cellar may be here.

be here. For other purposes now preying upon society, and heaping ru. Use as mary hard words and learned phra

in the country, have them under fome in on the credulous, unwary, honest, and

ses as possible; it will excite great admi detached building. In trading towns fimple part of the lociety. ration.

they are in toogieat demand to omit them so We therefore hope that the legislature, Should the conversation happen to get any where.

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if that be not at hand, a quantity of the

Glent listeners to the controversy. At swindlings of flax, so as to make a coat of length, the intended groom contradicted about a quarter of an inch thick when it is

his friend in a tone of voice, which one of well presled down ; then put in so much

the company interpreted into giving the clean washed sand, from a beach or road,

lie. The friend would have passed it by, as will cover about six or eight inches in but the company insisted on its being an depth of your vessel ; pass all your cider affront, and with one accord, said it re. from the press through a table cloth, ful- il quired fatisfaction.

He was forced to agricultural.

pended by the corners, which will take challenge him—which he did by throw. out the pummice ; and pour the liquoring him a glove across the table. His in. gently upon the sand, through which it

tended brother-in-law, returned a glove, FOR THE BALANCE. must be suffered to filter gradually ; and

and seconds were immediately chosen to as it runs off by a tap inserted in your ver

fix the time, place, and weapons, for a du. FRENCH METHOD OF STACKING WHEAT.

sel in the vacancy made by the sticks at the el. They met the next morning at fix bottom, it will be found, by this easy meth o'clock, at the place appointed. The sea

od, as clear as cider can be expected, after conds examined and loaded the piflols, and GENTLEMAN who had no. the most laborious process of refining; afterwards marked the distance from which ticed the modes of agriculture, on the and all the mucilaginous matter, which they were to fire. banks of the Rhine, in Flanders and in causes the fermentation and souring of ci The two friends are fixed by their le. France, has remarked that the people of der, will be so seperated as to prevent that

conds ten feet from each other. The those countries commonly stack their wheat disagreeable consequence.

word of command, to FIRE, is givenand leave it in the field. 1 heir manner of

N. B. Other methods may easily be But no discharge of piftols is heard. A stacking is as follows : “ they set one sheat

invented for passing the cider through the second time they are commanded to fire ; upright, with the ears uppermost, and

sand, which is the only essential part of the but a solemn silence still continues. At round that place a circle of many other above process.

length, one of the seconds cries out, fheaves with the ears uppermoft, inclin

· Cowards, both by ," mentioning ing on the first fheat ; and when so placed,

the name of the Supreme Being A third they look like the figure of an extinguish

time they are commanded to fire. --The er. Then they lay an horizontal circle of sherves, with all the ears in the centre,

pistol of the intended groom was alone agonitorial Department.

discharged, and unfortunately lodged its and cover those ears in the middle with a

contents in the breast of his intended loole Theaf or two. Thus placed they are

To aid the cause of virtue and religion.

brother-in-law. He saw him fall, and reu protected from all wet, and may remain ix

to embrace him. He prefled him to his weeks or two months, as safe, as in a

bosom-he received his last look, full of barn." [An Oration, delivered by a graduate in the arts, in

anguish and affection--and felt his breast Harveft-time is the most busy sealon, the University of Pennsylvania, on the 29th of

beat for the last time, in his aris !—The with the farmer, in the whole

July, 1789, and lately republished in the Phila

agony of the miserable survivor, could

delphia Gazette, contains the following affecting stacking his wheat and other grain in the

not be described. He attempted leveral field, he can finish his harvest sooner : he story, which is earnestly recommended as a sol

times to put an end to his existence, and may cart the sheaves in at leisure-times ; emn warning against the common and murderous

was with difficulty prevented from doing and by reason of their exposure to the air practice of duelling.

Edit. Bal.]

so, by the interposition and pious advice for several weeks, they thresh much easier,

of Dr. Berkley then Bishop of Cloyne. than sheaves which, immediately after

By the advice of his friends, he was pre. binding, are housed in a tight barn.

WO young gentlemen of amia. vailed upon to undertake a voyage ! The writer remarks, that this French ble characters and manners, formed a most England, in order to be out of the way of and German method of stacking has been intimate friend thip for each other during

those scenes, which kept alive the anguilla adopted in some of the Southern coun.

of his mind. their ftudies in Trinity College in the ci. ties of England, to the great benefit of the ty of Dublin. After they had taken their But the distress of this duel did not end farmers and the public. degrees, one of them invied the other to

here---The lady to whom the surviving his father's in the countiy, where he be

friend was engaged to be married, was so came strongly attached to the fifter of his

much affected by the death of her brothEXTRACT. friend, a young lady of great beauty, and

er, by means of her intended husband's many fine accomplishments.--Equality of bands, that the loft her reason, and died

soon after in a mad house her aflitoed GOOD CIDER AS EASILY MADE AS BAD. both sides, and after a few visits, the day

, a , at

father and mother died in a year after ber, was fixed upon for their marriage. Tlie from broken hearts. The miserable au. To make Cider of early or late fruit, that evening before this event was to take place, thor of their deaths was no less unharcy will keep any length of time, witho. the young gentleman who was to be mar.

in this respect than either of them. He the trouble of frequent drawing off ried, invited the brother of his intended

lived twenty years afterwards in oblcum. bride, and a few more gentlemen, to a

ty, in the city of London ; and decla! TAKE the largest cask you have on neighboring avern, in order to take leave

10 a friend not long before he died, 114 vour farm, from a barrel upwards ; put a

(as he faid) of his bachelor's lite. At fup- he had never put out bis candle a fina low flicks in the bottom, in the manner per, a dispute took place between the two

night after he went to bed, wiilout laro that house-wives set a lye caík, so as to friends, upon a trifling fubjet. This dis.

cying he saw his bleedirg friend, bis c... raile a vacancy of two or three inches from pute arose gradually to such a height as to tracted mistress, and their heart broken the bottom of the cask ; then lay over interest their pasions.

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parents, around his bed, all reproach etic flicks either a clean old blanket, or, company, as is too oiien the case, were

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at their first meeting, will take the matter beyond your depth, and you be prefied
into a more serious consideration, and take for a remark or a reply, set up an affected

such steps as will secure private credit and cough or sneeze ; and then say, “ Den-
FOR THE BALANCE.

mutual confidence, and prevent the de me, I forgot what I was going to speak.

figning debtor from ruining his honest and AN INDEPENDENT GRAND-JURY.

juft creditor."
Were grand juries, in some other states,

From Essays on Husbandry and Rural Affairs.
10 act with the same honesty and noble in.
NDER the old confederation, dependence, which marked the conduct of
the state legislatures had the power of e. the jurymen of the district of ninety-fix, in OF APERTURES IN HABITATIONS AN)
miting paper money, in as large quanti- || exposing by presentment such legislative

CELLARS. ties as they pleased : and, in some inftan. measures as should evidently be designed

a moft villainous use was made of to aggrandize a few at the expence of this power. Intriguing' knavish men in many, it might tend to check the crooked IT is a general practice in America, te the ftate assemblies, leagued with others policy of artful demagogues.

have many windows in habitations and who were in the high departments of gov.

cellars ; and to leave them open in hot erament, emited sums of paper money

weather for letting in the air. When in for the purpose of cheating their credit.

such weather there happens to be a breeze,

SATYRICAL ADVICE TO YOUNG LADIES. ors. After the paper was in circulation,

some benefit is received by the few perthey were among the first in attempts to

fons who can sit close to the window. depreciate it ; and when it had funk to a

But as the air from without, when the

F kind nature has bestowed its en. tenth part of its nominal value, they paid

fun fhines, is full 20 degrees hotter than off their specie debts with it, at par. By chanting gift of a voice, and you can sing within doors

, the air looked for brings this system of legalised iniquity, the hon- charmingly-let the company press till

with it that increase of heat ; yet concenelt, the simple, the widow, the fatherles, they are almost weary, and whenever it is trated in a stream, as it rushes through the were robbed of their property by their | affirmed by any person that you can fing, | windows, it relieves persons on whom it

you may

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strikes with sensations of coolness. But
is a great proof of good manners.
In the year 1788, while this detestable

if the house is shut up during the hot sunfarce was acting in South Carolina, the Are your teeth white ? Shew them up shining part of the day, the family feels grand jury of the district of ninety-fix, in on all and no occasions : laugh at every more coolness and comfort than when the

that State, had the honesty and boldness to (peech, whether a joke or not; and pro windows are open for letting in the wind, ľ present the legislature itself. An extract test, pon honour, you can't help it. which is actually hot. And how is it in from this extraordinary presentment is in Be fure to abuse the dress of every friend,

the time of calm ? The having a few da the following words. by declaring such a one's gown ill made ; 1 botr against cold and heat.

perlures in habitations is advantageous “ We present as a grievance of the such a one's handkerchief in a wrong greatest magnitude, the many late interfer. place :-thus you will appear to poslels Cellar windows are improperly left o. ences of the legislature of the state, in great candour and friendship.

pen during the whole time of the hot sea. private contracts between debtor and cred

fon, for letting in cool air ; when in fact itor. We should be wanting in our duty

the air let in is heated above 20 degrees SATYRICAL ADVICE TO YOUNG GENTLEMEN. to our country, and regardless of the ob

more than the nearly ftagnant air in the ligation of our folenn oath, and the high

cellar.

WHENEVER trust at this time devolving upon us, did

you

fail in conversa. we omit this occasion, between the expi- molt immoderately; thereby you will comtion to amuse the company, begin to laugh

The following attentions would be pret.

erable to the common practice : Shut up ration of one legislature and the meeting mand the attention of all the spectators.

the cellar during the hot season, from of a new legiñative body, to express our

May till October, night and day; or 0utter abhorrenee ot such interferences. If any gentleman should tell a remark

pen the windows after setting of the fun, We feel ourselves in daty bound to say, able good story, never laugh, but immedi

and close them by sun-rise, it it be a wet that the many acts of the legislature, | ately tell another story yourself, and then

ceilar. From ibe first of Oktober the win. screening the debtor from the jult demanas laugh as much and as loud as you please. || dows may be open, night and day, till the of his fair and bona fide creditor, have had

Wherever you go, be determined to find end of Noveniber, or ihreatening of freez-, a very pernicious influence on the morals and the manners of the people. They prove yourself a man of consequence. fault with every thing ; thereby you will || ing weather ; then again close them, till

about the 201h of March or early in April ; have operated as a check to boneft industry,

when open . and have given birth to a fatal delusion,

Do you with to be in love ? Visit your

our
that perions by making purchases of prop-
millress when you have drunk freely of

five, as above. Yet, during winter, a few
small air holes

may

be left your bottle. Spirits give spirits.erty on a credit, and again difpofing of

open immedi. such property, would be sure to amars for Make a dying fpeech; ihumo your breaft; ately under the joilts of the firat floor, for flourish your handkerchief ; and present a life of air, and for a pall.ge to the musty

preserving some degree of motion as the lunes ; and the pernicious influence of apparent success in a few, has drawn pistol.-It she is not moved at this, I will

vapours of the cellar. The less the celfrom labour and the pursuits of mechan. I give you leave to shoot yourself.

lars under habitations, the more healthtul ic arts, and others their proper and profer. Whenever you are in company with the family. For a few purposes a small fional callings, a great number, who are ladies, endeavour to show your learning cellar may be here. For other purposes now preving upon society, and heaping ru Use as many hard words and learned phrall in the country, have them under some in on the credulous, unwary, honeft, and fes as poflible; it will excite great admi

ses as posible; it will excite great admi-detached building. In trading towns linge part of the society. ration.

they are in too great demand to omit them We thereture hope that the legislature, Should the conversation happen to get any where.

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