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To aid the cause of virtue and religion.


TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND, An exemplification of the baneful infiuence of infidel principles on morals.

(CONTINUED) agricultural,

SUCH being the grounds of the war, (From an English paper.]

such the wishes and defigos, fuch, the pre.

pofterous and insolent pretentions of the A receipt to make an excellent American

enemy, it next behoves us to consider, what wine Communicated to the Burlington

T the Clemsford Afizes 118 will be the consequence 10 ourselves, W* Society for promoting Agriculture and prisonuts were tried, 28 of whom receiv. will be our wreiched lor, if that enemy domestic Manufactures, by Foleph Coo ed fentence of death.

thould succeed in the invasion and fubjug. per, Esq. of Gloucefler county, New When Robert Jewell, for burglary, tion of our country. Of what the French Jersey.

received sentence, he addressed the Court, would in such a care, do here, we ma

nd begged to be heard for a few minutes. forin fome judgment, from what they have

He said he was a farmer's son, in Norfolk, | done in all ihole countries, where there 66

put a quantity of the comb, and was decently educated. Until the age miflness of ihe government together wi'a from which the honey had been drained, - 31. he led a sober lite, fearing God the pufillanimity of the people, have gives into a tub, to which I added a barrel of and honouring the king, when he had the them the predorninance.

There is no cider, immediately from the press ; this misfortune of becoming acquainted with country, into which they have been atia mixture was well stirred, and so left to persons who were admirers of Paine's wri. to enter, where their footsteps have not soak for one night. It was then strained, l tings, which were put into his hands. been marked with blood ; where they have before a fermentation took place; and He often read and considered them, and spared either high or low, rich or poor, lex honey was added, until the strength of the the plausibility of the assertions and argu.

or age ; where terror has not been iter liquor was sufficient to bear an egg. It ments so far over powered his reason, that torei unner, and where delolation andra. was then put into a barrel, and afier the he became a convert to Paine's doctrines,


have not marched in their rear. Bize fermentation commenced, the cask was and considered the Scriptures as cunning long and black catalogue of French trielfilled every day, for three or four days, || fables, invented to impose upon and de ties towards the people of other countries

, that the filth might work out of the bung ceive the generality of mankind for the those of the Fuit Consul, and of the hole. When the fermentation moderated, benefit of a few. Having married and als and soldiers immediately under his I put the bung in loolly, left stopping it become ihe father of a family, and the command, fit present themselves to our right might cause the cask to burit. At hardness of the times obliged him to work attention.

In 1796, Bonaparte, at the the end of five or fix weeks, the liquor early and late he took that course of life head of a numerous French army,

invaded was drawn off into a tub, and the whites which had brought him to the gallows. | Italy, declaring to the people, that he came of eggs, well beat up, with a pint of He was under great obligations to the as their friend and their brother, to deliver clean fand, were put into it: I then added Chaplain attending the prison, for open them from taxes and lavery, and promis

. a gallon of cider spirits, and alter mixing ing his eyes and convincing him of the ling them safety for their persons, fecuriu the whole well together, I returned it in. dangerous opinion he had imbibed, and

for their property, respect for their laws, to the cask, which was well cleaned, bun. teaching him the true doctrine of Christ and reverence for their religion. Thevil

. ged it tight and placed it in a proper filua. ianity; he thanked God he was stopped tened, they believed ; they threw orn tion for racking off when fine. In the in his wicked course, before he bad com


gates, they laid down their arms, they month of April following, I drew it off mitted the crime of murder, and hoped, received the Gallic Serpent to their bai. into kegs, for use, and found it equal, in through the merits of his Saviour to be om, and fatal indeed were the eflects of my opinion, to almost any foreign wine faved. But he did not despise life, and it their credulity ! His reverence for it In the opinion of many judges, it was su micrcy could be extended through the re religion he displayed by giving up all the perior,

commendation of lois Lordilip, he would places of worship to indiscriminate plunder

continue to pray to Heaven for his gra. And by defiling them with every species of 6. This success has induced me to re.

cious Sovereign, and endeavour again to sacrilege ; his respect for their laws was peat the experiment for three years : and I

be a useful and loyal subject, but if not, evinced, not only by the abrogation of thof ar persuaded, that, by using the clean

he would meet his late with Christian re. laws, but by the arbitrary enforcement of honey, instead of the cornb, as above

fignation, humbly trusting in the mercy an unconditional submifsion to the man. described, such an improvement might be

of God : and begging most earneftly that dates ot himselt and his generals; the es made, as would enable the citizens of the

his children might be taken care of. United States to supply theinselves with a

curity which he promised to their proper

Mr. Baron Hotham spoke of the pris. ty was exhibited in enormous contribu. truly federal and wholesome wine, which oner in a humane and affecting manner, tions, in the feizure of all the public fundi, would not cost one quarter of a dollar per and concluded with telling him that mercy as well as those of every charitable founda. galion, were all the ingredients procured here could not be extended to him, con tion, not excepting schools, hospitals

, a at the market price ; and would have this liftent with the due administration of the any other resource for the support of the peculiar advantage over every other wine

law, and that he must prepare. himself to hitherto attempted in this country, that it

poor, the aged, and the helpless; and, as meet that awful moment when he must ap. to the persons of the unfortunate people

, contains no foreign mixture, but is made

pear before another Tribunal, where finfrom ingredients produced on our own

be provided for their falety by laying the cere repentance and contrition might in whole country under the severelt military farms, " By order of the Society, duce him to hope to meet with that mercy execution, by giving up the towns and vil

. which could not be extended to him in lages to fire and sword, and by exposing " Wm. COX, jun. Secretary," his world.

the inhabitants to be pillaged and murder.



ed by his rapacious and inhuman soldiers, || recollect; and fo recollecting, shame and administer to his projects of ambition, and whom he authorised and even ordered to disgrace upon our beads, it we do not re, who, when his purposes demand it, puts an shoot every man that attempted to resist Gil, it we do not overcome, if we do no end at once to their toils and their exist. them, whatever might be the crimes in challise this rapacious, this bloody minded which they were engaged.

tyrant, who has now marked out our In Switzerland, where high rank and On his return from Italy, which he left country for subjugation, our fields for de. great riches were unknown, where mer in a state of beggary and irretrievable ruin, vaftation, our houles for pillage ; and who, were nearer upon an equality than in any he prepared for the invasion of Egypt, a in the insolence of his ambition, has held other country in the world ; in a country country which was at peace with France, us forth to the world, as a meck, a feeble, having no commerce, scarcely any manu. and against the people, or the government and cowardly race, destined to grace his factures, and poffefling few of the sources of which, France had no cause of com triumphal car, and to augment the number of wealth and distinction ; a country of plaint ; but the conquest of this country of his llaves.

(hepherds and labourers ; a country which was necessary in order to open a road to the i Not however, to the deeds of Bonaparte might be truly said to contain a nation of Indian pofleffion of Great-Britain.--In alone, must our recoile&tion be confined. poor men; in such a country to crywar pursuit of this object, Bonaparte invaded Not only Italy and Egyp', but Holland, io Palaces” seemed useless and absurd. Egypt, where he repeated his promises to Switzerland and Germany, and, indeed, al. Yet did the French find a pretext for war respeêt religion, property, and persons, and most every country in Europe have been with this poor and harmless race, and for where, the more effeétually to disguise his the scenes of French rapine, insult, and invading and laying waste their territory. purposes, he issued a proclamation, declar- | cruelty. Holland formerly the seat of The Swiss, from their anxiety to preserve ing himself and his army to be true Ma. freedom, commerce, industry, and afflu peace, consentod to every 'sacrifice de. hometans; and boasting of having made ence presents at this moment, the sad spec- l manded of them by France, they exposed w upon

upon the Christians, and destroyed their tacle of a country divided against ittelf, themselves to the hostility of other nations religion. One of his first deeds after this

torn to pieces by factions, contending, not by sending away the ambassadors of those act of apostacy, was to massacie almost all for the luffrages of the people, but for the | nations ; they broke off their connexion the inhabitants of the populous city of Altavour of France ; a country governed by with some of their most powerful allies ; lexandria. · The people," says one of the haughty mandates of a foreign power; they banished the loyal subjects of their anhis generals, " berake themselves to their awed by foreign arms ; holding the re cient protector the king of France, men " PROPITET, and fill their mosques ; but mains of its wealth, together with the refi- || whom the ties of gratitude and the laws of men and women, old and young,

and due of its military and naval means, in hospitality bound them to cherish; and en babes at the breast, all are mallicred!” constant readiness to be disposed of in the when they had thus exhausted the source of Some time after this fanguinary transaction, service of another nation, and that nation conceffion, when they could grant no Bonaparte, having mace prifoners of three its ancient and implacable enemy, and

more, because I'rance could find nothing thousand eight hundred Turks, in the for. now its inexorable oppressor.--When the more to demand; when they had humbled tress of Jaffa, and wishing to relieve him French armies entered the territories of themselves in the dust, and degraded the self from the trouble and expense oi guar- Holland, their motto was, lar toile chaćter of their country in the eyes of all ding and supporting them, ordered them to Palace, but peace to the Cottage.”—They Europe; when they had thus done and sufbe marched to an open place, where part came to deliver the people from their ri lered, rather than see their country the of his army fired on them with musqueiry Jers, and from the burdens which those ru [cene of war, then did the French invade and grape thot, stabbing and cutting 10 lers impofed. The Dutch, like the hal their territory : then did thele restless dirdeath the few who escaped the fire, while iars, lent an ear to these aritu! and perfidi tarbers of the world march an army into he himfelf looked on, and rejoiced at the aus declarations, believing that their cut the heart of Switzerland, in order to comhorrid scene. Nor were his cruellies

{ages would be spared, and careless of the pel the people to change the nature and the while in Egypt, confined to those whom he fate of the palace. But, alus! they loontorm of their government, and to commit called his eneinies; for finding his hospitals lount, that French rapacity, like she huil it to the hands of traitors, who had been at Jaffa crowded with fick foldiers, and de and the thunder, fell alike on the thatched cholen by France, and by the affistance of firing to disincumber himlelt of them, he roof, and the gilded done. The palace: 1 while treachery the French invalion had ordered one of his physicians to destroy once seized on, the cottages soon fullowed; I been eficeed. them by poison. The physician refaled while ail chole who were found in the in After having by means of an armistice, to obey ; but an apothecary was found, termediate space, the merchant, the man joined to the molt solemn promise of relwilling to perpetrate the deed ; opium was facturer, the farmer, and the tradesman, pect for persons and property, lulled the mixed with the food ; and ibus, five hun. were funk in one common ruin; happy, it, Il people into a state of imaginary security, dred and eighty Frenchmen perished by the by the lofs of their property, they had the line armiflice was broken, and the French order of the general, under whose flag they good fortune to preserve their lives. Bon. l pushed on their forces,' when those of the had fought ; by the order of that very man, aparte is, indeed, now, not only the love. Swils were dispersed. Resistence on the to whose despotic sway, the whole French reign of the country, not only does he ex part of the latier, whose numbers did not a. nation now patiently submits! Let them ercise the powers of dominion, but he is, as mount to a tenth of those of their flagitious so submit, but let us not think of such to every practical effect, the master and ine enemy, now became hopelels; and though shameful, such degrading submission. Let owner of all the property, and of all the ihe little army was brave, though the peo. us recollect, that this impious and fero. people in Holland. These miserable be.

These miserable bell ple were faithful and active, though the last cious invader was topped in his career of ings possess nothing of their own; they || battle was long, obstinate, and bloody ; rapine and blood, by a mere handful of can acquire nothing with the hope of en- | though the Swiss achieved wonders, and Britons; and was finally induced to desert joying. or bequeathing it, they can make though the women tought by the sides of his troops, and to flee from the land he had no provision for the weakness of disease, I their husbands, inciting them to victory or invaded, a: the approach of that gallant the teebleness of old age, or the helplessness death, all was in vain; hundreds and thouBritish army, by which Egypt was deliver. of infancy; they are, the mere political sands perished by the sabres of the French, ed from the most odious and most deftrut. drudges of a hard hearted tyrant, who suf and while the earth was strewed with their ive of all its plagues. This it is for us to fers them to live, only while their labours dead bodies, and while the flames ascended

from the once happy dwellings of this val. 1! ist day of August, in the year of our Lord,

ist day of August, in the year of our Lord, inica ; and afterwards during the said gale iant and innocent people, the hardearned 1803, before me, John Wilbraham, Nota of wind. and long-preserved liberties of Switzerland ry Public, by lawtul authority duly admit. (Signed) John Mooklar. expired. ied and sworn, residing and practising in

En.anuel Parady.
( To be concluded in our next. )
the town of Roseau, and island aforesaid,

Owen Cathcart.
personally appeared John Mooklar, of the

Elias Thomas Moore. brig Nark & Mary, of the port of Hudson, Whereupon, I the said notary, at the rein America, Emanuel Parady Mate, and quest of the laid John Mooklar, do hereby Owen Cathcart and Elias Thomas Moore most folemnly protest against the hard gacs feamen, who being by me the said notary

of wind and high seas which happened at feveially duly sworn on the Holy Evan the different periods herein before particu. gelifts of Almighty God, depofe and fay-- llarly set forth; as allo against the said

and firl, the laid Jobn Mooklar, for him. Capt. James O'Brien, commander of the Be it our weekly task,

felt faith, that he failed in the faid brig trum laid trigate, the Emerald, for impreiling To note the passing tidings of the times.

Sandy Hook, in America, on the 28 h day and forcibly taking out of the laid brig,

of June laft, with a cargo confiling of live three men and a boy, and preventing him $0${ccccc

stocki, lumber, salt and pickled filh, beef, going into Martinico, as is allo above ili budjon, October 11, 1803. pork, flour and bread ; that being on his forth ; for all lolles, coils damages and ex.

pallage, bound to Martinico, on the 2nd pences already luffered and fultaiced, or

day of July following, the veilei sprunga. to be hereafter fuffered and sustained by Impresment of American Seamen.

leak, by reason of the wind's blowing a the owner or owners of the said brig and

liard gale, and a very heavy sea going, in cargo, the freighter, and all and every We have procured of Capt. Mooklar,

fomuch that the kept one pump constantly con or persons concerned in interest in iiie for publication, the followis Proteft, that working; that on the 2gih day of the said fame, for or by reason of the premiles thus we may thus put our readers in polTeslion

month ot July, he arrived off the north end done and protested at Roseau alercsaid, the of the most correct information on a sub.

of Martinico, and was there boarded by a day and year fi:ft above written, in the preject of lo much importance. It is found boat from his Britannic Mujeity's frigat,

lence of William Harrifun and Triomas R.:. ihat the Protections with which most of

the Emerald, with an officer, who impre! chite, Wincties. our seainen are furnished, are frequently ed and forcibly took out of the vessel ihree

In teftimonium veritatis, disregarded by the British commanders ;

seamen and a boy, named as follows--Lyn (Signed) JOHN WILBSAHAH and that, in fome instances, they have not don Comstock. Perer Backhouse, John

Notary Public proved fufficient to protect their holders

Bacon and Hugh M'Cormack, one of from impresament. Among the causes to which had an American protection and a

THE INVASION OF ENGI ASD. which this may be ascribed, is the beliet certificate of his being a citizen ; that

The following is the opinion of the fa. shortly after his to taking away which the British have imbibed, that 1.

the mco,

mous Gen. Dumourier upon this subca: merican prote&tions may be procured by returned on board, and brought with him

“ Should this expedivor, (says the Cen. dozens, in our feaports, by any body and an American failor and an invalid, who

be un uccesful, which is very polibki every body, whether foreigners or Ameri

had been a long time in the frigate ; that
the faid officer, in the name of Capt

. James 1 decilive viftory over the French, Spanh,

thould the invincible British ficet gain a cans. Though we hope and trust the inlances are not numerous, ftill we have no O'Brien, commander of the said frigate,

and Dutch fleets, whether con:bined or doubt that foreigners have fometimes pro

then ordered him, the deponent, to quit cured American protections : Nor have we the coast of Martinico immediately, that i1l.

lepara e; should the English nation, proud and being in a itute of blockade'; that his a doubt that the British have frequently

and energetic as the French, equails aple

mated by patriotism and national dislike, impressed Ainerican seamen, with genuine veľTel fill continuing leaking as aforesaid,

republe the Fiench army foon zfier is 95 protections.--How our government will he thought it most prudent to make for the

landed ; should they destroya' it, force 1:10 treat this businels, it is imposible to tell. nearest port ; and, therefore, immediately

re-einbark with luss, and cut off iis como stood Whether they will as in the New Orleans away for Dominica, where he arriv.

munication with ihe fea; Mould itsy u d'a•

the affair) declare there aggreffions of the Brii.

31st day of the laid lastinentioned

ker, harraís, or reduce it to famine, ard ith commanders, the mere unauthorized month ; that being at Roseau as aforesaid,

render this great expedition abortive, which alis of inferior officers, or not, we will no! about 9 o'clock of the night of the 12:h of

on a large Icale can only be attempted, and presume to conjecture. Congress will

this present month of August, a hard gale
of wind blew from the S. E, and continu.

may partially, or altogether, fail in the es. foon meet ; but whether our scannen will be amused with

ecution, then France is totally ruined ; all liitle bits of paper, about ed until 7 o'clock the next morning, when

her laurels are withered ; her allies will a. so big,” as the Kentuckians were las win.

the sea came into the road so high, that he ter, time alone can determine. Although was obliged to flip one cable, cut the other,

bandon her, and turn against her ; the oth

er Powers of Europe will attack her on er: 15,000,000 dollars, are to be given by our and put to lea ; and was out twenty-fou:

ery side ; he will have lost the flower of economical government for the right of

hours, before he got to an anchor again; navigating the Millilippi-a right which that his decks being much luinbered in the

her warriors and the reputation of ter

arms ; he will be without money, and inbefore belonged to us, we fincerely hope gule, he lost a confiderab'e part of it over.

ternal difcord will complete her deftrue that a proportionate fum will not be paid board. And the said Emanuel Parady,

vion. for the right of navigating the Ailantic. Owen Cathcart, and Elias Thomas Moore,

" It is at Paris her disappointed and in seamcn, for themselves, say that they are well acquainted with all the different feis

dignant foldiery will seek ihe rewards and

plunder promised them in London. The DOMINICA. and circumstances, herein before let forth,

Generals iheinselves will either be the first By this public instrument by the laid John Mooklar, having been o

victims of the excusable fury of the troops of protest, be it known unto all to whom board the said brig from the time the failer!

or will partake of their indignation and, it Jouh, Thall, or may concern, that on this from Sandy-Hook, until his arrivalat Dom

then revolt !"



ed on





NEW YORK, O&ober 3.
An American Gentleman, who left Par-

I'AR with SPAIN.

is on the ed inft. fays that a strange bustle The report of the royal Standard leing A gentleman of the first respectability in

prevailed. nong the agents of government; about to be raised in the western departthis city, has sent us the toilowing extract

couriers were hourly dispatching to all ments of France, under the French Prinfrom the Log Book of his Majelly's thip parts of France, and an unusual number of ces, or their Officers, gain ground. It is of War the Boston, which he received in troops had, within the preceeding fortnight, || raid, that Pichegru, as well as Dumourier, a letter from Nova Scotia.

been drawn round the capital. It adds, has been consulted by the Princes of

that a French copy of the paper issued on His Majesty's Ship Boston, Aug. 14th.

ihe 24th ult. from Wanstead-house, close. Lieut. Alcock boarded the schoonerly printed on small handbills, with a head

It was mentioned yesterday, that the

French troops in garrison at Dunkirk and Agnes, I. P. Hunt maller from Barbadoes, line in red letters, “Vive le Roi,” was - which place she left the 31st ult. Mr. | dispersed over a great part of Paris on the

Boulogne, and other parts in the North,

have shown symptoms of aversion to BonThomas a gentleman (passenger) on board | night of the ift inft. andıhat vigilant search || apart's government. her informed him that, by the mail froin

was making after the Authors of this pa. It is quite pleasant to hear the French the Britilh Packet, the news of war with

per. It was printed on a Republican itamp gasconade ot invasion, when the principal Spain was received, in consequence of of three cents.

part of their coat is so closely blockaded, which Lord Seaforth the Governor of Barbadoes had iffured Letters of Marque against

The view we are decidedly inclined to

ihat they cannot send even a fishing boat Spanish vessels. The Dish, Capt. Smith, take is farther corroborated by private let.

out to procure a dish of fish. Our bomb had taken one, and sailed on a cruize ; ters received yesterday from St. Peter.

vessels have sported a few shells into Bou

logne, and beat down a couple of houses; Mr. Thomas said the one furnished Capt. burgh, which state, that a nest of French

and to keep the seamen froin being idle, Smith he had seen, and it was signed by ! pies and agents, detected in corrupt prac. Lord Seaforth. tices ihere, have been seized and lent into

d party of them landed a few days since, Siberia.

and diverted themselves in overthrowing August 231. Lieut. Alcock boarded

the French engines for driving piles for the brig Greenwich from Havanna, J. P.

their fortifications; and throwing their inRenington master, who informed him

trenching tools, mattocks baikets, &c. " that he failed from the Havannah the 14th init, in company with a Spanish frig.

A Council was held yesterday on dir.

into the lea. patches from the continent. It is reportate supposed bound to Europe, and that he

ed the mediation offered by Ruflia has enhad been informed, the French Govern. ment had demanded twenty Guil of the line

tirely failed. The final proposition of the OP VE invite the particular attention of our from the Spanilh, to permit them to re

Emperor was, that France should withdraw readers to the excellent “ address to the People main neutral for eight months.

her troops from Holland and Hanover, and of England," commenced in our last, and continu, that Malta should remain 10 years in ed in this week's Balance—The dreadful truths

Tands. The proposal, it is said, was cool. which it contains, are of the utmost importance, BOSTON, September 30.

ly received by both the belligerent powers. not only to the people of England, but to the whole Last night arrived the brig Callisto, Cap. His Imperial Majesty has since caused it to world. Indeed almost all of them, apply with Atkins, 34 days from Plymouth, Eng. be signified io Frarce that unleisthe French equal force to the people of America: for, let it be Capt. A. tavoured us with a file of London troops are withdrawn from Hanover, he remembered, that, if England falls, America must papers to Aug. 24, inclusive ; from which will find himself under the neceflity of a. inevitably follow her fate. Fortunate will it be, if we have made fuch extracts as our time | dopting compulsory means in conjunction those nations which have not yet bowed the neck would permit. The preparations for the with the powers molt immediately intereit. zo Bonaparte—which have not yet prostrated them, attack oi England continued in the ports ed.

elves before the bloody standard of the “ terrible of France and Holland. An English gen. A few days since a council of the seven Republic,” should “ learn to be wise from other's tleman, returned from France, ftated, that French Princes were held. PiCHEGRUE

harm," and should effectually resist the " fraternal the gun-boats were to be completed by the and DUMOURIER were present. With a

embrace" of cut-throats and robbers. latter end of O&tober, and ibe expedition view to an expedition the latter has certainwas to proceed in November. Several per ly come to this country. The Royal fons, suspected of being French (pies, have Standard is to be erected in France, under been arrested in England-Rumours of

The knell. these generals, accompanied by some of the conspiracies of royalists in France prevail. Princes. ed. It is even said, that Talleyrand has

A British frigate and bomb vestel have been suspected of designs unfavourable to

bombarded Boulogne, and destroyed a great the Firkt Consul.

part of the lower town and harbor. A parIreland continued tranquil. There had

iy of seamen and mariners landed and set been a few additional arreits ; among them

fire to several houses. a Vr. Long, a merchant of Dublin.

Letters of Marque and Reprisal have

been granted against the fios, goods, &c. LONDON, August 20. of the Ligurian and Italian Republics. Some letters from Paris ftiltalk of plots Orders have been sent to Dover for an against the Firft Consul. One was a jac. hundred Trinity Pilots to be ready at a mo.

At New York, of a consumntion, Mrs. FRAN. obin plot, the object of which was to dil meni's notice.

CES HODGKINSON, of the New Theatre-a lady patch Bonaparte, to call a convention as in

distirguished in her profession for great versatility

A loan has been opened by the House of of talents, and for the ability with which she sup1792. The other a royalift plot, to restore the Bourbons. Both have iheir partizan,

Hope and C... De Smith and Willark, por:ed her various characters whether in tragedy, in the army. The alarm of these conspir

ut l'he French Government for 5 millions comedy, opera, or pantomime. acies is thought to have thortened the F.

pirs, to be paid for in American Lou Ar Boston, on the 2nd inst, Samuel Adams, Esq.

late Governor of Massachusetts, aged 81 years. Consul'a ftay in Flanders.

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Che Taireach.

The following sketch of 2 Modern Parriot, is

copied from a satirical Poem, entitled “ South. ampton Rooms."


see who yonder gravely stalks along ; Sav, Muse, is he a subject for my song? « From fair AUGUSTA, lo ! the sage withdraws, “ And leaves a while to plead his country's cause,” What orator is this so far renown'd? What senator with deathless lawrels crown'd ? “ Not by such titles he aspires to fame ; "A Patriot ! and MALVOL10 is his name.Can their be aught more sacred, Muse, unfold? Though rolling years return an age of gold, Than he who burning with his country's love, Would ev'ry rough extreme of danger prove; Face foreign foes, curb arbitrary pow'r, And check rebellion in the dang'rous hour ?" «'Tis mighty well of such a one to sing !• But our MALVOLIO aims at no such thing : • To quit his trade to crowd a common-hall, 6. And loud for W-s and Liberty to bawl; * To prate of tyranny among the great,

Himself a tyrant in his petty state ; 4. To drink Bostonian freedom in a bowl, "Round which a thousand aukward emblems roll; • To talk of fancy'd grievances and woes,

And with a speech of W-s to wipe his nose : « These are his virtues--what his vices are, & His intimates and family declare." But here we stop: T'were labour thrown away Should we dissect this insect of a day!


city of Croiste, on the instability of hu

man affairs, a text which gave him an opFrom a Philadelpbia paper.

portunity of quoting the tale of his own inistortunes as an example.

He had

fcarcely finished his interesting picture, A PERSON named Bradley, of Ro.

when a female who had listened with par. cheller in England, has obtained a patent ticular aciention screamed and fainted. for a method of more effectually securing Being removed into facrifty, she recover. bcams of ships to their lides by which

ed just as the sermon had ended, and the the vellel will be frengthened, and a

firit object the perceived was faiher Thur. great saving of time and expence effected, ing, who, attributing her a visit. The purticularly in regard to the lodging feinale was his wile, whom fome fisherknées, iwo thirds of which the present

men had brought off the rocks when the plan proposes to save. When the beam

vessel funk. ends become rotted (the part of the ship The husband retained his cowl, the which first decays) the repair is to be wite took the veil in a neighbouring conmade, by having long cheek pieces of vent, and both found, in religion, consola. timber bolted and taftened to such beams tion which prolonged their existence. as are decayed only at the ends, then the

[Lon. pap.] pieces can be morrized by them and bolted through the ship's side, thus facilitating the repair of old fhips, and saving

TID-BIT for Politicians. prodigious expence.

"IF federalists are continued in office, in the name of God what have we been contending for ?" This comprehensive

question inciudes all the patriotisin, all the Diverüty.

public spirit, and all the political prin

ciple, of every democrat in the UnitFrom a Chambersburg Paper.

ed States. It is a struggle for bread and

for power, which enlists the needy and the A GENTLEMAN in the state of 0. profligate, on the side of democracy, and hio, in a letter to his friend in this county, che continuance of federalists in office, mentions the following fingular circum it is well known, has already defeated stance :---" Some persons, some time the expectations and baffled the hopes of fince, in digging a well at fome distance many a noisy demagogue, whicle patrioton the bill in Cincinnati, at the depth of ism will surely not long our live his hopes go feet came to a flump of a tree, the of promotion.

Port Folio. roots of which were so found that they had to be cut away with an ax ; at 94 feet they

TERMS OF THE BALANCE. came to another, wbich still bore evidert marks of the ax; and on its top there ap.

To City Subscribers, Two Dollars and fifty cents, peared as if some iron tool had been con.

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To Country Subscribers, who receive their papers at the ofice Two Dollars, payable as above.

To those who receive them by the mail, Two AN EX-PRIEST, named Thuring di.

Dollars, exclusive of postage, payable in advance. ed lately at St. Servan, whole life had been marked by an adventure that might

A handsome title-page, with an Index or Table appear extraordinary, even to such as read

of Contents, will be given with the last number

of each volume. only romances, and see only Melodramas.

Advertisements inserted in a conspicuous and Thuring had been, on his return to

handsome manner, in the Allvertiser which accom. France, with his wife and two children, and a considerable

panies the balance.
which he

had acquired in New England, but suf-

Complete files of the first volume, which have

been reserved in good order for binding, are for sale tered shipwreck within fight of the coait

-Price of the volume, bound, Two Dollars and filof Brittany, and swam afhore alone.

+; cents-unbound, Two Dollars. The whole may Not doubting that the sea, which he law

be sent, stitched or in bundles, to any post office in covered with the ruins of his torune, the state, for 52 cents postage ; or to any post-ofhad also swallowed up his wife and chil

fice in the union for 78 cents.
dren, he haftened to bury his despair in a
monastery which attracted his notice.
His superiors discovered in him some tal.
ents for the pulpit, and sent him on a million
to preach in the neighbouring cities and

SAMPSON, CHITTENDEN 6 CROSWELL, villages. He was preaching one day,

Warren-Street, Hudson. precisely the same, on which, five youts

GENERAL IS EXECUTED bclore, he had luffered shipwreck, in the WITH ELEGANCE AND ACELBACY,

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From a late English paper.
Says Boney to JOHNNY, I,ll soon be in Dover!

Says JONNY to Boney, That's doubted by some ;
Says BONEY, but if I really come over ?

Says JONNY, Then really you'll be overcome.


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