Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, July 10, 1846, Page 1

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated July 10, 1846 Page 1
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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRES lVHOM? IVo. !MM. Ill)KIiIIVTOIV, FRIDAY JIORNIiVC,,, .TUIlf 10, IS 10. VOIi. XX.TiO. !i. HUULINGTON VIUZK PRESS, Published n! llnrlinuton, Vt II y II. W. V. ('I.Alt lii:, Editor mid 'rnr!rlnr. Tcrmsi T Villas' suhscrihcis who receive tlic paper by the earner, g3,(l If paid in advance 2,5(1 Mail subscribers ami tho'" who take it nt the Office, invariably, . po Anvr.RTIsr.F.x-Ts inserted on the customary terms. The srent industrial innvi-mi-nt in Rngland, which l realting in llic repeal of the Corn law anil the par till adoption of l'rec Trade measures, is not impeded by such appeals as the following, from the Manchester (Eur) Clnnrdiim. A eaue that ha Rich nrivneates has ait element of success which the bayonet can nei ther afford nor resist owvaud stii.i.! Onward, lirotliern thnimh we're weary, Thnitnh the way seems luiiir and dreary Pause lint now to liew the nast, Klineh not' tlineh not ' at the last; Nere each heart To take n part, Till the Kiilnenii i pa-scd Onward.' onward still! Onward ! for the nation' eyes An' lived upon us now; ; Halliard men with doleful eric", And men of thoughtful hmw ; Kami-h'-d women tear are st'-aling lloun their p lie check-, us they 're kneeling Hi their babes, mill madly pray That l.uri who izau' would lake away Their infants ere the emnim? day. Inn-land's ons, ye haie the power! Itntmis ! help us in this hour ; Place your shoulders to ihe uhe,., Help lis, fir the ki-indolu's weal, .Mnifiillv, with toniriie and pen Trulhhilly as honest men. " (tod helps ihose who help tholiiselics." Will ve, then, like stupid i-lu-s, (Wl-ly Stand to .see, Willi f tided arms, the misery That Time is weawn.; in the woof, Whilst ye coldly mini aloof; Nor lift a liuirer to assu,u,e A nation's pain f What! would ye han Yourselves with dealhless intuiny, And desecrate the name ol man I Onward ! let no Inmrinl heart He ranked amid your hand Coward minds ihat take no part Tor the cause in hand : Cased m soulless npathy, Talking oi " con-i-tency." Human souls may die for hrcad. What eare they il they are led I Still mil we I'.iiihtullv. I'lrni to w m the victory I Inward 1 onward "till ! Men of powerful intellect, Cheer ti- on our wav .Many nohle ones ol earth Lend iheir genial lay ; Witli our riht Comi's our iniuhi, Truth o'er error must hae -way; Soon will come the ,-Iorious ia Onward ! onward still'! Onward, hrothers! thoui;h we're weary Onward, thou'.'h tlii- w ay he drearv ; .Verio i-aeii heart To take a part. Till the Kituicou he pass.,,1 Till tin' noal I"' leached nt la-l Onward' omiaril still ! Ib.ii- shade; hecau-e, if exposed to the more direct iiilluence of the sun and air, soui- of their val uable properties would be cvaiomtcri. We know there is some difference of opinion in regirri to the proier time for cutting grass. The advocates tor niu1 nay contend that there i more siin-iauce in n, ami mai u win -go further' in feeding srock, than that which i- cut while in blos.-oni. And so wo suppo-e there is still more ' siib-taure' in scrub-oak bru-h, anri , that it will go still lurther in (coding (not s-ni- poriHg) stock. Admitting there i- moro sub stance in ripe gii", is it a kind of -ub-tanee which alfords more no'iri-hni"nt to animals .' Plants, at the time of lloiyering, contain starch, gum anil sugar; all of which are known to nouri-li aniinils. In the ferantion of seed, the stems anri leaves are exhaii-t"ri of these siih-tan-ces, and the snb-tance which re.mins is chielly woody fibre, lint it may h" said that tho coui iition of woody fibre, starch and gum, are nearly the same, prove that animal Admitted : but this does not eipial amount of noiiri-limeiit from each. Tin l.H- .IIIHJ OF .".Ml. Il l lll-.llll ill composition of the diamonri, the hardest of a Milh-tniices, may lei said to bo similar to that of starch, gum, &c. carbon being the chief ele ment of all ; but the dige-tiye organ- of iinitn lis i. ...... i. . . i ,. wiiuiu nanny ne nine in couven tin) iliamond into ' organized tissue. And though woody fibre, if c.itcn by cattle or sheep, might 'slick hy'the ribs,' wo think the nli- would not acpure from it much fet, or the .system much strength. , in some parts oi ine country, aiiiin us are act- nallynowd for market on hay nlo This iiirv Kiund strange to tho-o who feed their stock only V'dh clover nnd tiniothy which ha- gone to seed ;or we pre-uuie llieir slocli was never thus fatleiuV Hut vvbere this object is attained, tlie grass li cut wmie it is (pine green, (not pa.-t blossouiiiiidnririeanripro-erveri with great care, It is truilliere are some hiuus in gr.i.-es, as the 'spiMgrnss or IxentucKv nine gras--,' ri;u jim'rr.sisAvincii mai;o nut nine nun; in seel stalks. th chief growth con-i-ting of leaves liirHpriy from the root. The greatest valu in fodcr iipnlri bo obtained in such cases by nllow'utttlif crop to grow till it had acipiireil it groatesibiri'c. This remark, boweier, by in means aUie.s to cloier, or timothy, or the gra---I'S n-ual Yult'uated for hav. In uialV; bay, we would ejxio it to the -ii'i and air tVuoro thin is reipureil to ellect its iireserv,iu.iiir the samo reason that is above given ... . wo in curing n-rlis. I lover ca i 1)1! COM'. VCU 11 JS COIIienieilt V ClirCll . utu tin- 'erjMi,, eXlw,ro t ,,0 j(- is not w -.. '.is lairly wilted, it in iv lie pui with forks jnl'Vick.-, which will weigh, when i Iry, ul)"? ''"nitids each, and will ellectuallv cure. 1 """'".H-o, may bo cured in the sam' manner. 1 h" r gnis-es, when thrown int., a Isidy, lck ni'),ey ami allbrri less space for the air ; con-yutly they require to bo more thinly spread in ;,-,. r.xcepting wit'jiiur, which wo nover spreari out of swath, ooVicilrn , is iron to spread out the swathes tt,ltiy ils possible, if the bur den is stout, as sia t'10 dew is oir; in the nfternoo". M it before tho dew falls, Wo prefer cnoi;s ewn - -lt js moro than wilted. y10 t0 hWP!liinjf jt villi there undergo in tin r0 f twelvo hours, will much facilitate the t .nl, jj- t10 grass is coarso and hard, 'l warier it much more soft. IkVulcs, bay tint has , wfatnl in cock, is not liable to lerinent ii,.j. or m,m.. Whether the bay "'was mowed and put in cocks on the (tot "Vill make so that it will do lo go to the ban 0 u,colu ,.,y( ,0. penris of course, on It" jjti(in( .Ull-lil(, ,.,. of tho weather. If "JiK-nnincex indicate t ut the bay can no man liciently on tho H' (O.idday, (and rcH'.ilnl in." V,,.i;,.o lutions only can m.M. -sTW s e JT toiliriie C-l her I ,e neor'.l,,,:,,-!..,,- '' VJ'Vt -iE-2S&trJ HI , Certainly tho propeU was not very enrour- m" ,lf nnlnpiy. )n one ol these occii-ions,s!ie When spring came, .Mi.-. .1 airweathcr busied tiou from the Kxecntive Coveriimunt i-, that tivo r"""1 r''-r"1,-'nls volunteer- will ho still moro 1 ... , . , ,J h ,,r,L.. i,nte of thin-s. Wo t 1 aging ; for the bon-e .Mrs. I'.i'.rwnither propo-ul fished into her neighbors iipart.nents.and f,ce, bersoll with planting row n-l ines. Mifs ,ip.. ...; i.-ir i . t-j..a ...'.. ,!-".-.; .', . . J'";"1 ','r'i'i ''ic :;,.'."." ,l",' "'' I"-' -Wins inn n-t her claims acknnwl- II '.V Jl.VKlMi. toopv.Was1)t lv under th" same roof P-iirwenther with .,ne hand r.'stiog her , r.....penny r. y con-enieM that Peggy -houlri the rates of duties on certain imported article-, ! " 1111 - " "lateri to mcrea-e the , , , - - ' t ' " " " with Miss Turnpenny, hut the building bad one ''"! ''.'"-'linger of the other making lerv IHp her, and even refuse, to take any pay from anri by laying new taxes on certain other articles exjiense. I he ya-t distance to hn traversed, - A J, S ,,. Why not adopt tho sat,, rule in regard to the common space l'.r a "garden in front. The verv , "'ruthlnl ge-t.ct,l-,i,o,,s. - HI you wh it, mad-1 such n good neiglibor. I!ut she maintained her now free of nil duties ; meaning principally, I V"k" r"' !" Inui-I-matinn very great j and -. , "' "' " f-" , ' " . i,.1 7, ' timo nf cutting clover and grass for hay. tint i- lir-t iliy she took pos-ess',,,,, f l,r ni.w n-MUx- ""' 1 "'V.,mm1l "I1 wth such treatment much j own opinion that it was a m-re wa-te or timet., siippo-e, by tho-e articles now tree, and ul'n.'h ' l",''"'"- the duty ol tongress to provide for , , "l " " 1 '! n' " followed in culling ineriicin tl herbs ? 'The ob-1 tiou, slio culled on the "noighlmr-iu-law." Aunt Unxi?'r: ,yM!1 ', , l""Mm 'he dog ; you 11 cultiiate llowers. The cheerful philosopher nev- are t laved, tea and collee. There i- al-o at. , 1 "'' 'v-ti"-"r,hnary evpeuce. I do not sav that . . ! ' 1 , ' Vt does ject in both ca-esisto-eenrethe intrin-ic virtues1 Hetty Inri taken tl." prreaiili-u to extingui-'i ".'',' '' '',! 1 j'"' 1 wait m.icli longer, , er ih-puteri the point : hut she would sometimes intimation or an opinion expressed by the See- , sjci-'ii-o ought not to he incurred. I only ' ,,,,..., if ..ii ... i,.' of the plant. In curing Inrhs, as all acrininteil Ihe lire, le-t the new neighbor should wan- hot !'"h"r,' 1 '""tell vou. hat you keep such an, -ay. "I have no mom to plant this rose-bu.-h. ret a rv of tiie Trea-urv. that a million of dollars . K,.v that, from the inture ol the war, the expense ,,r.UN'i '',-, ' i,.,',,, ' !L ' with the snbiect admit, the most proper tini" for water heforo her own w I and coil iiniiid. ""I"1'11'1.11 Ilt,ln ll!'!' f"r. I don't know, without I Neighbor Turnpenny, would you be willing to kill accrue to the Treasury under the operation 1 ""vt ''wes-arily be very great. Anri I take this . ' . ,he ,rrf,.,i7,I that it thr, ,','h cutting is when thev are in full bloom: anri il is Her lir-t salutation w.i-.'-ll von want any co',1 J""'1" " " Prpsi. t-i plague your neighbors." h t me set it on jour side ol the yard.' It nillof tho warehouse bill, il'tb'at bill should Income ''rasinn to say, that I have seen with great ,' . . - . T . t '" ' 1,1 ' 11 rI also admitted that they shoiiiri be cured in the water, there's n nnnio ncnws'il,.. Mr ; I don't " I m reiriy -orri ho belnies -o," replied , lake very little room, and w ill nei no care." ! a law. In the next place, it is estimated that, if . I'1 ,:("llr'J '"' akientv with which volunteer-have , .,, ' ' determine the degree nf dryness which Is roqui rcil,) open tlio cork and shako the liny nut light 1v. tlinrmifjlily breaking nil tliu locks with Uio dirk, lint il should nut lie spread out later linn throe or 1'nur o'chirk in the afternoon, but should In put tip again, or if ilry otumijh, nut in the liirn liv tliis time, lost it contract moisture. If front the ronditiim nf the hay or ttiu appearances of tlio weather, there is n prnbab'riily tlint tho hay ennnot bo mule enough iiinnoilay,"lol it remain tinrii-turberi till t ho weather is f.ivor.ililp. There nrp imp or two other ron-irioralions in f.tvor nf curly cutting wliicli wo oniittcil to mon tinn above. " It is iirinritteri liy physiologists that plants exhaust both their own energies and tlio wiil, moro in forming seed, tliun in tlio wlioli; nroceedino; portion ol' their irrowth. Thus wlien jjrass is sullered to ripen, it piles lint little tiller- prowth, mid from the p.!i.nttioii mentioned, the sward more (prickly dies out. Mb. (Uillirnlnr. Prom the Cohimhian Maga.ine, vitljc Ncigljbciv-m-CaiD. it v r.. m.mii.v cim.n. Who hleoses others in Ins duilv deeds. Will find the hcnling that his spirit needs; 1'ori'icry llowcr in olhi'rs' inlhwny strewn, v-oiuers us irarant neiiuty on our own. So vou are oninc to live in the soton loilM.' ing witli Hetty Turnpenny ,"' said Mrs, lmo (! bout the premises. She is so particular herself, enjoy the country. Tho world seems such a .Mrs. I'airweuther. "Vou will lind nobody to en-';'"' " ,l 'mfort to have neat neighbors." . pleasant place, when the fetters are oil", and Na vy you. If her tempor iIocf not prove ttio much "'.'! P'1"' "',n 'iai' previously iiitrurtlt ' turo fold-out tho young heart lovingly on her even for your good-nature, it will siirpri-e all ''i'eri shecaine out wilh brush nml du-t-p-in, I bo-oin ! A I lock ol real birds mid two living w no Know ner. v e nveii tiieren year, anil that """ "epi ipnetii- nivay ine pile, mat was mten is a- long as nnvboriv ever tried it." Ml'd i"" a declaration ol' frontier war. Jtut unotli- "Poor Heltv!" replied .Mr.-. Fairwealhcr. or """rco ol'nnnoyance proented it-elf, which .-he had iiincli to harden her. I lor mother died ' loo early for her to remember; her father was lerv fevere wilh her; and the only lover sho ev- er had, hotrowi d the saiings of her year's toil, and spent them in dissipation, lint llettv, not withstanding her sharp features, nnd sharper words. In- a kind heart. In the niid-l of her ' greite-l poverty, many were the stockings she knit, and the wirm wai-tcoats she made, for the poor drunken lover, whom sho had too much good sen-e to m irrv. Then vou know she feeri- nnd clothes her brother's orphan child." " If you call it feeding and clothing," replied .Mrs. line. "The poor child looks cold, and pinched, and frightened nil the lime, as if she was cha-ed by the ea-l wind. I used I" t"ll Miss Tiirnpennj she ought to be a-lrained of her-elf, to keep th" poor little thing at work nil the time, without one minute to play. If she does but look at the cat, as it runs by the window. Aunt llettv gives her a rap over the kimi hi,'.-. I u.-ed to tell her she would make the girl ju-l such an other sour old crab ns herself.'' "That inii-t have been very improving to her (li-po-ition, replied .Mrs. -airwcatli"r, with a ' good-humored smile, "lint in justice to poor j Aunt 1 Icily, you ought to r 'member that -he had ju-t such a cheerless childhood herself. I I'lower.- grow whore there is sun-hine." I know yon think every body ought to liie i in the sunshine,' rojoin"ri".Mr.s." 1iue: "and it mu-t li" (onf.'s'-od tint you carry it witli you wherever you go. If Mi" Turnpenny km heart, I d ire sav vou will lind it out. though I never could, and I never heard ol any one ebe tint 1 could. All the families within lio.iso.a .,1' li -r tongue call h"r thonoig'tW-in-law. like to haie my house -lopped all over." " I am glad you are so tidy, no'ghb ir Turn penny," replied .Mrs, r.tirweither. "It i- ex tremely plea-ant to have neat neighbors. I will try to keep eieri thing ns bright as a new file cent piece, for I see tint will nh-i-p vou. I came merely to say good morning, an I to u-l; il you could spare' little Peggy to run up and down stairs for me, while I nin'getting mv lurniture in orrier. I will pav her sixpence ail hour." Aunt llettv b id began to pur-e up her mouth lor a i-elu---il ; Icit the promise ol sixiH'nce an hour relaxed h'T features ul once, l.ittle Peggy si) knitting a slocking very ririigentlv, with a rod lying on the table b.'-irie her. She looked up with timid Wistfiiln 's., as if the pro-poet of am-change was like u release froiii pri-dn. When -he he-irri cou-ent given, a bright color Hushed her cheeks. She was evidently of an iinpre'-ih'e temp nit, lor god or evil. "Now iiiinri anri behave vour-elf," sail 1 Aunt ' I lotty: ".mil -ee that you keep to work the who! t f bear one u-,,r,l r cioolalnl ,- l.-,.,.v.-1 what ,-no'll in.t ,i !,r. ..., , i 1. " el.., I rose ci'dor siib-ided froin IV"i'y's pile face, and ! ri froin Pei'i'y's: pile f.icp, sinil e.s ma'am," verv moeklv. ' ' 's hoii-n a'll neiit unite other- lay on the table, and in-t"ail ilo'that il'yoiirio'n't.l'llpiiiii-h she an-wered, "Ves ma'am." verv moeklv. , in in- neigiiiur wi.-e. o switch i, -oi nd how ,-..n . il..,t.ii-.-,.. I,.,,'. I'll ., of "inind bow you yen," she lieard the gentle vyoril- "There dear ,,nv carefn Iv vou c-in c-irrv that on it-iir' Why, what a nice hand v little I'irl you are '" ' Cdor this cnl'iienm',, inlluence'" I'p.nrv worked hko a bee, anri soon he-an to bum iniich inor.- agreeably than a bee. Aunt Hetty was always! in the fml.ti ,,r t,.i -. .. ' . , mind jour work."" 'Hut 'tho inw friend oitlori I j her on the head, and said "What a ple i-aut voice the little girl his. It ni, ,o birds' i , tho holds. Hy and by, vou shall hear my iniisie ibox." This oiieueri' vvirio tho windows of th" isior little sliut-up b" irt, so tint the sun-shine roiibl stream in, nml the birds fly in and out couiii stream in, nun ine lurds lly in and out, ca-' ,.', "'-" ' ul" nut, neiglinor iiiado tier almo-t liand-ome. i lie young mu-ic-mlling. Tho happy child tuned up like a lark,! ' llrl,rl;llliy, since ion like my pies so well, prav , teacher thought her more than almo-t haiiri-ouie, as she tripped lightly up and down stairs, on i riou- household errands. Hut though she took heeri to oh-ervo all the directions given her. Inr head was all tho time filled with conjectures of1 wii ii son oi a iinng a music hex might ou. Sin was little afraid tho kind lady would forget to show it to her. She kept at work, however,anri asked no (iie-tions ; she only looked very euri-ou-ly at everything tint re-enihleil a box. At last, .Mrs. Pairweath'T -aid, "1 think your little leet mu-t Im tired, by this time. Wo will re-t OW I O lllll ,ll .ri..,r.,rl,r,.n,t " 'IM, ild look the ollereil cake, with a liumblo littlo cour tesy, anri carefully held out her apron to pre vent any crumbs 'from falling on the Hour, Hut suddenly tho nitron dropped, and tho crumb were all .-trowed alsiut. -s ihat a little birri V she exclaimed eagerly. "Where is lie Is be iu the room ?" The 'now friend smiled, and told her that vva- tlm music Imx : and after awhile sho op -nod and explained wh it marie the soiiuri-. Then she took out a pile of books from imo of the lia-ketsof goods, and told Peggy hlio might look at the pictures, till she called ber. The little girl stepped forward eagerly to take them, anil drew back, as if afraid. "What is the matter V said Mrs, P.iirweatb -r: "I am verv willliiL' to tru-t VOU with tho hooks. 1 keen thorn no tiurnn-nto ..uiuio cmiiiien. ' t'eggy looked down Willi her. "', " """ ninug in (iriiiK. u was nne linger on her lip, and answered, mu con-traineri 1 of tho-n cold fnapping mornings when a slight voice, "Aunt T'urn'iiny won't like it ifl play."i thing irritates Mb mm and beast, 'l'ho cattle "Don't trouble yourself ah ut that. I will mako 1 "II ft I very still anri meek, till one of the cows it all right with Aunt llettv," replied tho friend- attempted to turn round. In m ikingtho attempt, ly one. Thus assured she gam herself up to she liapK'iieri to hit her next neighbor; where the full enjoyment of tho picturn Imnks; and upon, the neighbor kicked and bit another. In when sho was i umiuoned to her work, sho obey- live minutes, (he whole herd were kicking and ed with a cheerful alacrity tint would Inyo a-- tonisheil her stern relative. When the labors of Ihe iliy were cnncludcil, Mm, i'airweather nr. coinpanied her home, paid for all the hours she linil Iteen nlispnt, ntnl warmly pmispil her ilocili ty anil diligence. "It is Inc'kv Tor lirr tlint she hits behavoil ho well," replied "Aunt Hetty ; "ifl linil licaril liny rotnplaint, I kIioiiIJ linvo pivcti lier n whipping, ntnl pent licr to lieil without lipr Flipper.'' l'oor little Peppy went to sleep tlint uiirhtwilh n liohter heart tliun sho Imd over felt, sniro she linil linen mi orphan. Her liri-t tliouirht in flip inornino; w,is whether tlio now npiirlihor wonM need her t-eniee uirain ilurinptho ikiy. Iter tie iro that it !li(iill lie so soon liecnmo ohvious to Aunt Hetty, nnd pxritrd nn tuuleliiieil jealousy ninl dislike ol'n person, who so c.isily made her seiriioloveil. Without exactly ncknowledoinj; in nersen wnai were ner own motives, sho or dered Pifftrv to mitlipr nil the swcepini'.s of tlic kitchen nnd court into a snnll pile, nnd leave it on the fronlier line oflier neiplilior's premises, Pogfry ventured lo a.'U timidly whether the wind Would not Mow it ahout, and she received n liox on the ear for her impertinence. It chanced that Mrs. P.iirweuther, (piite unintentionally, heard the words nnd tho hlow. She gave Atint Het - ty's anger quite time enough to cool, then stop - n "I into the court, and after arranging divers little matters, sho called uloud to her domestic. ".Silly, how eame vou lo leavo this pile of dirt here t Didn't I tell you Miss Tuniictuiy was very neaW Pray make haste and sweep' it up. I wouldn't hale her see it on niiv ne mint. I told her 1 would trv to keen everilliinir nico n- r""1'1 n" "c T11'" so ea-ilv di.-iio-ed of. Aunt Hetty had a cat, it lean scriggv animal, that looked as if she were ollen kicked and seldom led ; and .Mrs. J'airwrather had n fit, fri-ky lit tle dog, always ready for a eap'r. He took a di-liko to iioor povcrtv-tricken Tab the lir.-t time ho saw her, and no coaxing could induce I him to alter his opinion. His name was Pink, j but lie was eicrything but a pink in behavior to his neighborly relations. Poor Tub could nev- ! or et font out of doors without boillir sainted with a growljind a short sharp bark, that fright- i-m-ii iiui out oi ui-r seu-es, nun mane ner run into the hou-e, with her flit all on end. If she even ventured to rio-o a little at her own door step, the enemy was on the watch, nnd tlio mo ment her eyes closed, he would nuke nt her with a lurk and a box on the ear, ami oil' he would run. Aunt Hetty vowed she would scald him. It was a slume she said, for folks to keep a dog to worry tlnar neighbor's cats. .Mrs. Fnin-eather invito, Tabby to dine, and made much of her, and p itiently endeavored to teach her lo eat from the s.tmo "plalp. Hill Pink stur dily re-olved to be scalded lir-t; that he would, lie could not hive been more linn in his oppo sition, if lie nnd Tab had belonged to dili'erent -eets in Chri-'ianity. While his mistro-M was pitting Tab on tile h"-id. and reasoning tin point with him, he would at times manifest a ilc groo of indill' -enco, amounting to toleration : hut the moment lie was loll to his own free will Ic would give the i'lvited guesta beartv cull with his jiiiw, and -,.tn .r hnnm spilling like, a small steam engin.'. Aunt H-ttv con '('credit her duty to r.ili'tUu ,.,11111 1 1, nu t a' was too much lor her , inlience to -pe I'mk undertake to as.-i-t m m-il;. I I .-unyeath 'r, mildly. " Poor Tal "Poor T.tb!" s.-reamed .Mr-. T'urnpenny " Whit do you mean by calling bur poor ' I) you me.ui to lling it up to me that my cat don't have enough to e it 1" "I did not think of such a thing," replied .Mrs. I'airweatbiT. "I called her poor Tab, becau-e Pink plagues her -o that shelns uopeaeo of her life. I agree with you, neighbir Turnpenny: it is m,l right to keep n dog that disturbs the neighborhood. I am attached to inor littlo Pink, li 'cause he IHong to my son, who h i gone to sea. I was in hop's he would soon leave nil" (piarrelling with thecal; hut if ho wont ho neigh- horly, I will .-end him out in tho country to In irri. Silly, will you bring mo one of those pies wd Inked this morning .' I should like to have Mi.-s T'urnpenny ta-te of them." The cribb'ri neighlnr w.ishel'ela!ri!iljnllv, and while sho was eating th" pie, the frionriiv iti'itron edgoil inminya kinri "Word cimcermng nine l eggy, wnoin sue praised as a rem in.aniy ' "-. inuu-lriolls Cllllll. " I am glad vou lind her so," reioincd Aunt ,"L'",VA".' H1.""1'1 "''t liri''ioll'i ''! w'r'-,mt "'" "L',,y : ''' slioulri get precious little work out of her, if I didn't keep a switch in sight." " ' 111 i:n"t' children prcttv much a- the man l'""'iey." replied Mrs. l'liirweather. ".-',l- itjeli xvo.ild tho poor b-a-t stir, for all "''r 11 1 ""m 1 k.,.0l.' il h"'lU'" 111 ll- '''''' ln'v,rr'-'' '! !ll"l thumping. Hut a neigh - '"r s"'m" lri'"'' turnips to a stick, and fa-t- olu''' 1 "''" f'" 11 ,'I0V "Wft'st directly b'foro ,Ir' l"l,kl'.v's "ose, ami oil' he set at a brisk trot 1,1 tl" ''"i"' "' "'''',,"l tl'-l'sr them." - j 1 1 in netiv, witiioui oiisprvnig yerv cloJcl v the comnirisoii amilieri to ber own in-iri-nrenient .' "'' 1 '-Wy, said, "Tint will do verv well lor folks tint bale plenty of turnips to spare. "1 or the nutter of that," an-w.'red Mrs. Pair weitber, "whips ro-t something, as well as tur nips; ami since one makes tho donkey standstill, and the other mikes him trot, it iseisy to decide WHICH is tho ino-t lint, neiirhbor take one hoaie with you : I am iifrnlri thev will inonlil bdoro we can' cat them up," Aunt Hetty had come in for a quarrel, and sho was astoni-bed to find herself going out with a pie. "Well, .Mrs. I'airweather," said she, "you ore a neighbor. I thank you a thousand time-," ben she reached her own door, she hesitated lor an in-tant, then turned luck, pie in hand, to say, "Neighbor I'airweather, vou needn't trouble your-ell about sending Pink away. It's natur al vou slioulri like the little creature, seeiin'tbal be belongs to your son. I'll try to keep Tali in doors, ninl jieihaps after awhile they will aoree better.' " "I hoi they will," replied the friendly matron: " u will try them awhile longer, nml il they iersist in quarreling, 1 will send the dog into tho country." Pink, who was sleeping in a chair, stretched hini-elfand gaped. His kind mistress lulled him on the head, "All, you fooli-h little Ina-l," said she, " what's the u-o of plagium' jioor Tab 1" " " "Well, I ilo .say,' abserfed Sally, smiling, "you are a master woman for slopping a quarrel." "I learned a good lo-soii when I was a little girl," rejoined .Mrs. Pairweatber. "Onofrii-ty morning, I was looking out of tho window into my i liners u iru-ynru, wnere stood many cows, hooking eacli other, with all fury, .My mother laughed, and said, 'Seo what comes n kicking when yon are Int. Just so I've seen ono cross word set a whole, lanuly by the ears, some frus- , i " ty morning. Afterward, if my brothers or my selfwero u little irritable, she would say, 'Tako care, my children, lteinembur how tho light in the barn-yard began. Never give hack n kick fir a hit, nnd you will rave yourself and others a deal nf trouble.'" I he same nflemonn, the sunshiny damo -topped into Aunt Hetty's rooms, where she found sho found eggy sewing as usual, with tho eternal switch ! on the tahlo liesido her. "I mn oliliwd to trn to llnrlem on luisiness," Find she: " I foel rather litiely without couipw, nml 1 nhvays like to Invc n child with ine. If you will ubtijjo mohy Icltinif Pegpy go, 1 will pa .htr l .-ru in tli.i oin nibiis." , ''.She has her spelliij Jo"n to rnt I'efore night," replied Ann. Hetty, "I don't npproieof young folks going a. pleasuring, nnd neglecting their education." "Neither do I." reinined hnr noiirhlifir 'l.nt T think there is u great ileal of education that is I not found in hooks. The fresh nir will make I Peggy grow stout and nctive. I prophesy that lslie will do great erfdit to your bringing 1 np." Tho sugared words, nnd the remembrance j of the sugared pie, touched the self place ill .Miss Turnpenny' heart, nnd she told the astonished Peggy that she nriu'lit go nnd put on her Inst gown and bonnet. The poor child began to think i that this new neighbor was certainly one of the good fiirics ho read about in her picture books. The exctir-ion was enioveil ns onlv n rliil,! mti butterllies put the little orphan in perfect ecstn cv. She ran and skipped. One could see Ihat sho might bo graceful, if she were onlv free. She pointed to the lichls covered with dandeh nils, and said, "See, how pretty ! It looks as if) the stars had come down to lie on the L'rass." a i l:,.i- ...... i i. i ? , i ... o, inn Hum Miiueu i eggv uas poetry in ner, though Aunt Hetty never found it out. Kvcry human soul has the ''erin of some llowers with- in, nnd they would open, if thev only could lind -un-hine and free air to expand it. .Mrs. Paini-cntlier van practical philosopher, in her own siinll wav. She observed that .Mi Tllnuii'Illll' reallv liked n nlensant ttitm; ami w hen winter came, she tried to persuade her that inging would bo excellent lor Pi-L'trv s Inn nnd perhaps keep her from going into a con sumption. ".My iiojihew.J.inies l-'uirw either, keeps a sing ing school," said she; "ami he says ho will teach her gratis. Vtni need not feel under great ols ligatiou; for her voice will lead the whole school and her ear is so ipiick, it will be no trouble a't till In teach her. Peril ins you would go with us soni"tinios, neighbor Turnpenny It is very plea -ant to hear the children voice-." The cordage of aunt Hetty's mouth relaxed lli'oa smile. She accepted the imitation, nnd was so much plea-eri, that s'ie went every Sun (I iv evening. The -imple tunes, anri the" sweet young voice--, HI like riew en her dried up heart, and greatly nirieri the genial iiilluence of her neighbor's "example. T!i. 101I silently riisap peareil from the table. If Peggy was ilispo-i-d to b" idle, it was only ueces-ary'to say, "When you have tini'licd your worn, you may go anri a-k whether .Mrs. l'niriveathor wants" any er rand don"." Il!e--s me. how the tinyer.- ilew ! Aunt J lotty had le.irnH to ne turnips instead ot tho curio-el. At another time sic would sav. -Well, reallv ; i my grounu is too inn, iiereisn root ol lidv s iii'iigut. now linght unit pert It looks. It -eems a pity to throw it away. II you are willing, I wall let Peggy plant it in whit she calls her gar den. It will "grow of itself without any care, anri -catter seeds that will come up and hlo oni in all the chink-of the bricks. 1 love it. It is such a bright good Matured looking thing." I bus by degrees, the crabbed maiden found her self surromvbri by llowcr- ; anri she eienrieclar- ed, of hr own accord, that they did look pretty, I One dry, when .Mrs. I.aue called ukui Ir's. j P.-iirwealfier, she fjunri the old weed-grown varri bright and blooming. Tab, ipiite fat anri sfoek. was a-!eep in tho suu-hin", with her piw on Pink's neck, anri little Peggy was tinging at her I work as blithe as a bird. , "How cheerful! you look here," -aid Mrs. , I .me. "Anri so vou' have reallv tiken the house for another year.' Pray how do vou minagito gel on with t hi neig i sir- ii- aw ; "I mid her a lery kind, obliging neighbor, replied .VIr-. i airweathcr, "Well this h a miracle ! " e.xcliinted Mrs. Ime. " Nobody hut you would have underta- ken to thaw oiit'Aunt "Hetty's heart." I "That is probably tho reason why it was nev- t er thawed," rejoined her friend. "I always told , you tint not having enough of sunshine was ailed tho worlri. Make people happy, and there will not bo half the ipiarreling, or a tenth j part of tlio wickedness there is," 1 mm this go-pel ol joy preached and pmrtic- cri, uoboriy deriied -o much benefit as little l'. m: Her nature, which was fa-t growing crook- ed n iii.l knotty, under llic m iligiumiuencooi con straint and fear, straightened up, budded anri blo-.-oined, in the genial atmosphere of cheerful kindness, 1 ler alleclinns and faculties were kept in such pleasant exercise, that constant lightn-ss of heart ni-irio her almo-t hand-onie. 1 he young mu-ic for Iior iill'ectiouite soul shone inure beamingly on him than on others: and love makes all things h.Miitiful. When tlie orphan removed to ber pleasant lit tle cottage, on her weddings! iv, she threw her arms round the bles-eri missionary of sun-hine, and sairi, "Ah, thou deir, good aunt, it is thou who Iia-t marie my life l-'airiveatiier." Axr.enoTr. or Dit. Rfsit.-Dr. Ru-h was peril aps one ol the ino-t untiring stiiiienis tuai ever nen. I wo yntltl; " physician's were conversing ill his i?ce,a"iiilonooftlieiiisaiil, "when I I'm- Indies" "When vou lini-h"ri your presence one Isheri mv studies " "When vou lini-lied your n.-eu ior ine is-ue oi i reasiiry notes iiiiiueuuie-, tho I'niteil States, wur army, ai nr-i an ar sturiies '" sairi tlie doctor, abruptly, " why' vim 1 ly. I believe it has b -en as u-n ,1 as otherwise , niy f .ihservation, then an army of occupation, inii-t boa happy in in to hive lini-lieri so young, i lor such hws to origiuito in the Seuito; there 1 1,,-com-- an army of iiivision ; I will not say I do lint expect to lini-h mine while I live.' Tim is unconstitutional impediment to such a coarse; i uUjt invasion; lint it is onc-inipori at this mo. writer unci asked him bow ho "had Ineil able to and I Iiohi that these and other important mea- , ,IK.nt K,vnri th- limits of the United States.aud' collect such an ininieiise amount of information nres, such as tho modifying ol fixes anri laying fthi,, the acknowlerigeri territory of Mexico; ami facts as his publications and lectures contain- new ones, will not In sull.'reri to lag along if we in iv credit the rumors which bale re ed. "I havo been able to da it," replied ho. "by tbiougb Congress in a genera ouiuihiis ,, . ,.,... nwh s ., ,, 0 -,s entertained ol economi.iii.rnivtin.oasMr. W-'-lev did. lime. U hero tho subjects are distinct, they should Is- urching iiniie-diately and directly to the city not lo-t one hour in iiinu-einent for ihe la-t thirty years." And taking a note-book fmusbis pock- id, and showing it to hip, lie said, "I till such a book as tills uncoil week with ob-ervalions and not lost one hour in iiinu-einent lor tlio la-i iiiiny thoughts which occur to me. and collected in the rooms of my patients, njiil these are all preserved and ii-ed." - All American newspaper h is been established Matamonis i.ubh-,e. weekly. It islhosaine i-ss. on which were printeritfie proclamations the Mexican (ipnenil ono sid'o is printed in at press, oi win .Mexican tienera Spanish, anri the other in !'ng!ih. Tho Pica..,,.,.- o,os,,uiti,-.s are ike doc n s, mey never let wood wunoui -s. ihn.. i ). I,,. ..I ..itlioiit riiniiine un a .. " . . .-, , . ..I - .I.... ;. ' Sprrt'li iMIr. AVHixlvr On llic ITimnees nml War with .Mcvlco. .Mr. H I.I1SJ I. II said ho was not nt all sur- prised nt the introduction of this bill; for aught no knew it was u necessary one ; but it showed, ' at nil events, tint the law which it was Intended to amend and imnroio was hut ti niece of iritch- work. This law was not passed for calling into tho service of the United Stales the militia of tho country, nor was u pisseu in mo regular ever- ciso of tho liower conferred upon Congress, for . raising and maintaining an army. II was a mixed, an anomalous, nn incongruous sy-tein, a, ho would venture to say, this earlv occasion for its modilicatiou proved it to be, and as would be made nl.undantlv evident before the 'war with .Mexico was ended. I shall not (continued .Mr. W.) oppose the i procress of this bill. 1 cannot sav it is uncoil-1 stitutional, though I think it is irregular, inenn-1 the payment of duty, is going to produce us n certainly we wi-hod her nieces ; rnrtainly wo lenient, and not strictly conformable to the e.T- million of dollars. 'This is a matter of which I congratiilnt"d her upon her change from a vice-ci-o of tlio constitutional power of Concro.-s. Ii 1 should like to see minute det'ills ; I should like i royally to n republic upon our own model ! wo those who arc charged with the conduct of the war, and arc answerable for its results, think it i necessary, I sliall not oppoo it. Hut I will take the occasion now presented sir, of the second reading of an iiiiirlanl bill respecting tlio troops j called into the service to carry on the war, to i m ike n few remarks respecting the war it-elf, I and the condition in which we lind our.-elvis in consequence of that war. The war continues, i and no man can say delinitely when it will end no man ran say, upon any rea-onaiiie esli-. price, is, i huiik, a matter ot opinion which eau mate. what e.pen-e will be incurred before it- not be relied upon. So that these sources of in conclusion. We hale received a very important commu nication from the President 1 mean bis message of the Kith nf June sotting forth his views nnd opinions, and the views and opinions of the Sec rotary of the Treasury, with respect to the ni"ans and sources of revenue for carrying on the war. Upon tins, sir, as well as upon one or two other subjects connected with this hill. I hale a few remarks to make. The I'vecutive is responsible for the conduct ol the war, and for the application of the re-our- cos put at its disposal by the two houses off 'on- ..-..j c-,1. e - .i. ,riess I Me (tin ooi-i,, nf i,p... l! il... i.., . i-'iirniie, I shall not deny the (lovermnent any supplies which may ho considered necessary. Whatever may be thought of the origin oi' the war, the fact that war does exi-t is it-elf a siilli - cient rea-on for granting the means of pro - ecu - ting that war with cllert. Tho-e who condemn Ihe origin of the war, and tho-e who ino-t ear- lie-til llinir for its toriiMliattini w-'ill nil nmn llmt the refusal of supplie- would make no amends for wnai some lament, ami wotiin not Hasten wlial 1 hope and de-ire. The inesiige of the lfith of June informs the Senate and the country that, lor the li-cal jear ending July. IS 17, there will be. un ler the oper- atiou of the existing law for mi-ing reienue, a deficiency, if the war continues, of tuentv mil- lion-of dollar!, and suggests the ways ami mean- by which it is expected that this deficiency will be made good. I rider to tbe-e suggestions for the piirpo-o of making a few observations upon iiieiu. The object is to provide new sources of reve nue which shall realize a f're-h amount beyond that fumi-hoil by the provisions of tlie exi-ting law of tw-entv millions ,,f (1,,1hirs l...t. tl.ij ! time and the'lirsl ol'Jiilv next vear. That is the (inject, l no nrsi suggestion in tlie coiumiiiuca. the bill for graduating the price of the puhli land- sliall become a law, the augmentation of the sales of the public laiiri- will so far counter balance any lo es incurred in the reduction of price as on the whole to produce half a million nf dollar- toore tie... would iilli.irii-i..i t.,,- ed from that source. These sever.,1 soms out together, would leavo a balance of i-ilg.nSO.on:) still to bo provided for, nnd a provi-ion for this hilmco iscoiitemplated either by loins or by an authority to the Trea-urv to h-suo Treasury notes, or both, with a di-tinct recoinmen I ition anri preference. Iionwer, for the authority to is sue Trearury notes. Now, -ir, with an anxious rie-iro that the coun try shall be led into no mistaken policy in regard to this very important subject of reienue -i sub ject alway.- iuiisirtant, and inten-elv important in lime of war I will take occasion to suggest for gL-iiueiii"u - consult-i,uinii ivuai occurs in me as worthy of Ik'ing suggested, in very few words, upm tbe-e several topics. In the lirst place, there is no doubt that a ta.x properly laid upon tea and collee will he proriiic- live of a clear -itive revenue ; but thi- will Lcpeinl upon two thing-: first, upon tlio amount of the tax; and, secondly, upon the mode of lay - ing it. The first is obvioii-ly a matter for eon- .-irienition, and in regard to the second I sii-pect mai geiiueuieu who are iicsirous ,u rai-ing rev- enue bv this means will find their calculations fall icious unless they make the duty snecilic I -ehes mi-taken. Tho-o who hold capital will In my opinion an ml lalorem duty will disappoint . cou-ent to no such thing. If tho (iovenmient their hopes of any con-iderable amount ol reve-1 nkes a lean, it mu-t lo marie in the nnlinarv line. If I mistake not, under such a -ystein it ' waypayable by inst ilments or otherwise, nii will In soon found tint teas marie up in Canton der" pircum-taiices that will show that thi for Ihe New York market will beconu- wonder-, am. Hint of money i- not to bo drained from all liilly cheap. A specific rate kt h)1iiiiI will tin- rioiibteril) mike Ihe duty productive of revenue, 1 doubt not that I reasiiry notes may bo avail - auie ior win u-e- ni uio i.nieniuieiii in a cnu-iii- atiaudiined, erable extent. I do not mean ns revenue or in- J .nri now, sir, hiving said this much in rela come, but a- instruments or ficilitie- for the tion to the id -as coinniTinicateil to u-re-pecting oflialauce-, and as projier to Ik-u-eri in 1 110 m.e of rai-ing revenue, I rie-iro to arid, anticipation of taxes or sources of income. In tti-it. in mv iuih'iii"iit. the time has come to a-k reganl to this, I would say, simply, that if it b" the purpose of the (iovcrumciit, as has been in - tun ited to us Inrnnmo tune, to re-ort to the i ue of Treasury notes, I think the lo-s ol'n single ri iv, especially the loss of a single week, will turn out to be quite inennvenient ; that is, if the is-ue of Treasury notes is considered thob-st and sal'e-t, if they can bo used by the Trea-ury iuiri"r authority of law, before the money in the pos-ession of the (Jiiyeriiment is exhausted. All I I wish to say is, tint I eanu the Committee on I'lii inee I itself for the is-ue ol 'I reasii iriiesuy recouiui"uii to to bring in a bill hy , -j;- s.-.......... , . " ... .. ".. kept senarateri ; and wnere limy are sun plain, they should bo acted on promptly, Having sairi this much of those two soi assisting the revenue, the tax iimhi tea n sources of in 1 cof- ....... 1. .1.1 tinier in. in-.-, communication 1 havo referred to, I ron-aler ponjectunil, unocrtam, and not lit to lie the lusis nf provi-ions incumbent on us to make More we lea've our seats hero to place tho I'.xecu.ive in a other matters, sugge-ted and relied on in the , nroiier com ition to carry on tlie war, i supmi-i the calculation will Im that a considerable amount will no secured ny i q- r.,. nrtlC .'S I rt'lllV .. r..ei-'-....'l. Hint the importation . '" ; ,,.,..).. will Iv so inucji incre-ued Which I aillllll lo IK- eiucil'lll, aim prnouui cer- oi ine i.uit in .-I iv, ail. I lull iuii-t til iiiv tain in their operations, I have now to say ihiljJuno, siguilies tint he is ready to treatwith as to increase the aggregate receipts, I will not that her terms would hnimcpeptahle,aii(l Mix ny tint this is not n well founded opinion. I j ico declines to trull, whv then, I say. so fir the Imo till proper respect lor tho source from conduct nl'trn Ifniti Si ites i- rea-onabV. and whence it comes : but I will venture to civ that it is but no opinion; it hardly amounts to the ch ir.tcter of nn estimate, for want of certain nnd po-ilive foundation. Wo have no experience fiom which we can derm :i satisfactory ennvic- lion that such will hn tho result. If I ivere res- ponsihle, I should not choose to place reliance to am extent upon iinspni Well, the next incre: ae is to come from tho operation of tho wnrohoii-o .sysLcm. I cou-idor this (finally void of any certain foundation to rest itpoti, " 1 do not see bow a million of money, in nddilion to tho nresenl income, is to he deriv- ed from admitting goods into the country to In carried out again without paying any duty what-1 ever. 1 really do not conceive that the 'facility i of carryinir iroods throui'h the comitrv without I to see calculations made by which this result is expected to be accomplished. At present, I do I not see ine practicability ot it. And mi in regard to the public lands ; it may lie that the pa-satjo nf a graduation hill would sii enhance the dispo-iliott to buy by reducing the price, as lon-ideniblv to increase the (piatitity sold ; but that that nicrea-e will b" so grunt as to produce an overplus nfhalfu million or nnv other sum. notwithstanding the diminution u'f come appear to mo to lie rather too uncertain to lie the foundation of any sati-fictory proiisions; there appears rather too much ri-'k in making mere opinions, not to say conjectures, the bi-is of legi-lation for producing revenue for the pit r sise of (loverntnent. The truth I", that, if this war continues, wo must have niilj-tantial taxation, or we mu-t frty thousand troops, how can a (lovenun'ent, incur a public ilebt. e cannot look to Trea-- imite,l in its re-oiirccs as that of Mexico, Hour nrv notes as revenue ! if thee assume interest, t.i, i, :t ; ..n.i.. i. t.... i i . .,,,'.1 1.1 . . f ... ,i. .. i " ... . e -!""'"" l"'.1'' " '" v "--"""'in . ....-, .. m,,,,.. iii.i-i, nu n, i,u .i substantial tax, or there mu-t bo a public debt, if I il... n I .. .. . the u-!ii- rniil lining I itv nt'ium.iu t n,,. ipnml 1 do not say tliey are unnece-sary. I make no imputation of tint -ort nt pre-ent. 1 am not I siillicietitly aivpiaiuted with tlic particulars : but 1 1 stated here -omo time ago, upon the credit of 1 others, lint of which I am perfectly convinced, i '"t our expen-e- bae lneu half "a million of dollars a day. 1'orty d tys ugo we pas-ed an act llechlrillir that ll:ir I'i-tci1. ntnl notliiiriiiur tlie i calling out of fifty thousand volunteers. ?Vell, sir, i IVO U lllll COIlVIClloll that the milllari' C.- penditiires of the d'ovennneilt, the expen-e- of rai-ing, equipping, and transporting the force which has already been called out, will be found to have cost tuentv millions, l)r verv nearlv that amount, at this moment. Some mrtions of our warlike preparations are peculiarly expen-ive ' I mean the regiments of mounted volunteers. They are nect ary, I suppose, for the nature of 'he service ; but there was a document publi-h- I here a communication. 1 think, from the War Depirttnent when Mr. Pnin-ett was Sec retary, in which it was e-timateri, if I mistake not, hat nit" regiment nf mounted rilleineti in regular service eo-t the (iovernnient per annum -mm ii. i- mice n'gini"m- in iiiiaiiin, i-acii .l ..e.i i . , . , .. i COlllpl -oil of the same number of Anri i tlicre ru-hod to t ie nil i he sernce. A stunt of natri- iiti-m and rieiotimi to the country's intere-t has As to her enli-ting tho syinpithy of foreign lioon inaiiifested of which wo"inav ju-tly In-. Powers, I have not the lea-t lioliof in ber is proiiri, ' ' se ing the as-iimnce of any Power that, if sho Hut. upon these sources of revenue let in" 1 wi" t'1" contest, foreign aid will lie -ent make another remark, thoneli nerlnns it is too to her. I think the whole policy of theCovern- , "hvious to reunire notice. Per one-lulf the rie- I Ijcicncy the Coiernment propo-o- to rely on I J f-'''-1"?' ""te" or loans. We i, il this be -o, "' 1 suppose tlio idea ol iiressmg r',r.,lK' I'"""1"'- the Indepi'iident i rea-ury, or Sub'roniirv, mu-t be abandoned bv every one ; for. wh it u-mitil Itolho n-o of Trp.i-nre notes un der a Sulitrea.uri-.aihnini-tratioii. The i ne nf Trea-urv notes would bo perfectly inconsistent with the' Su'itrea-ury sy-teui. It is quite plain that if tho governmentfor its n-n u-e, is driven to tho iieces-ity of i-suing jiaper, it can have no decision to in'-'ike provi-iou for locking up it- I treasure- I'ho Suhtrea-iiry sv-tem in ikes it ponal to i ue or receive any thing hut specie, er, any ntler nf mediitioii b" linrio by the he-t l'hey are therefore entirely incon-istent with i friend .Mexico ha-, it mu-t eoniu down to this at each other. I la-t, that -he mu-t treat for place. I'or one, I With respect to loans, 1 Ik'-eech gentlemen would vote for a -u-peu-ion of ho-tilities to lin net to deceive tliein-eli-es. There is iniiner i end that a nei'otiiitinii niiht t-ik-n nlaee : and if i enough in tho country, it i- true, an 1 the credit ,,fthe (Iovernnient will be good, if we lay such 1 t.SOs a- will produce revenue; but, if gentle - j limi suppo-i. that a loan is to be contracted in this, country for the u-e of the (loveniment. to , ., , ,.,... i,, the evoectal on I hit that specie, in the expectation tint that Im loo W up, they will lind them - secie is to tho oiieratioiis of priiato life. 1 take it for I r,interi, then, If loans are to lie iinrie, tho new 1 methori of keeping tho public money mu-t Iw f,,r the object nud character and purposes for ' ,ln, under which the war is hereafter to be con- , ducted. The people of this country, while they j re willing to piy all needful exnen-es ; while ' they uro ri".-iro'is'of in lintaining tlio glory of the American arms ; while th"V are ready to defend every incli of American territory, and maintain ;, the essential rights of their country; the .-..mile, if 1 do not mi-read their de-ires, now J, t l;now the obiects and purii-e- anri enri- ,)r which this war I- lurtlier n in- carnen on. i Them i" n"t now a ho-tilo toot within tlio limit- o. .uexu... ...-n, ie. , mo r-.. n-, - . i....- sun, appear to ine in iiem inii, anil wiiii gn-ai i rea-on, a full, rii-tmct, and coiuprehen-ive ac- count ol the obiects and iiurno-es of thi- war ol ...'il... ...,l. ... M ... I .... .1. .-...... I CM, ot .Mexico iquu term ol p-ace; while it upf-eare, ( - - , at least a, tar as w e know now that Mox not willing to treat. In reganl to this, say that, in m jiidgin?nt, il thi4 Im tlio the case Mexico is ac.ii.gai wrtjw'y ' tnai .iiiiAii .. is mu-t tho state of f unreason. able and senseless part, and tho l.overnmenl oi tlio 1'nited Swtes, to this extent, is acting a 1 . ' ... . ... , ; i' ..., ,.,,,,1 ie n-nile to on. tier .toe 1 e.t IS to .:1V. IIS IIK- war .lees . 1-1. "I.'l .1..' S.III-....-.II ", ' treat, without pri-Jcribing terms, so as to fhow be conduct of .Meiico I'lirenson ilih" and eii'e less, would de-ire. on nil such occasions, fir many re-l'o'is, nud in this case for two rnnrn thin the rest, ti k'epoir country entirely in thi right, nod to satisfy (.v,.ry iniliridnal in tin country that it is in the rigV,nnri that it rioires nothing wrong; and I would advise, if I were) called on to give advice, tint this (Joverninpnt should tender a fhrin tl so!"mn embassy to .Mex ico. And the two reasons which would influ ence ine in tho lirst pljce. Mexico is weak and we are strong, it is a war. therefore, on her part, ngiiost great odds ; nnd in tho next place, public fonndi-d iinm our own mod"!, who, when she threw oil' th. dominion ol old Spain, was inllnenceil thromrlioiit tminl,- l- nor v..,nnt.. . ue.xicu is a iioitriiuor, a weak- noignhnr, a re- w i-hed her well ; and I think now th it the peO' p!e of the United States Inve no desire (I think fT think they have no pleasure) in doing ,r !m injury Inyonri what is necessary to maintain their own rights. The people of tile United States mnnot wi-h to cru-h the Republic of .Mexico; it can not lie their desire to break dow n a ucighlxjring Republic: it ca nnnt be their wi-h to drive her luck again to a monarchical form of govern ment, to render her a mere appanage to some one of the thrones yf I'uropo, This js not n thought which can find lnrlior in the generous hrearts of the Anglican people. .Mexico his been unfortunate; she is unfortti note. 1 really believe th" Mexican people are th" wor.-t governed people in Christendom. They have yet to learn tho true lienetits of freo institutions. Depre ed nnd ruined by a domi nant inilitarv power, maintaining nn armv of ' " '. . M"i," "" ""-i"i'ippi too, in tlio production or uon-pro'luction ot men m gunie ner councils. I am sorrv to sav it of a reiaiblic. hut it is .1 . . nevertheless true. .Mexico Ins produced few or none really enligliteneri patriotic men. I verily Ik-Movo. nnd I sadly fear, tint bi-tory will lrrcnlW record the melancholy truth, that, from the time of th" e-tabli-hment of nn independent government, the people of Mex ico have b-'en wor--e governed a great deal than they were under the ice-royalty. Xoboriy can wi-h to -ee her fall, but Mexico mu-t hear the suggestions of rea-on. Sho mu-t listen to terms nf iieace . this she mnrlit In l.-oeve. And if her ftneernoiont k, on! lmnolosJe .timid nod infit. uaieii. they mu-t ie aware tint this is tier true intere-t. -Nothing can exceed, I hive always thought, the ob-tiiiacy anri .-en-ule-sne.- mani fested by .Mexico for so manv years in refu-ing to acknowledge the independence of Texas. A porre-ponileiico between this liovernmont and .Mexico upon that subject took place at a timo when I bad -omething to do with tho nibninis tration, -o that my attention was particularly di rected to the conr-e of conduct pursued by Mex ico, which -truck in" as re-embling though it was iniieli more sen-eless - tho conduct of tjld opier tho people of the low enuntriesjtftcr they spun in atteiiniting for manv years to recon- n ui necureu tneir itmepenoence. 1 .Mexico mu-t he taught that it isnece-sary for ' - v " l" 1' mnnts of llurope takes a dili'erent turn. I be lieve that they think and e-pecially Rnghnd that it i- their in'ere-t to have Mexico at peace; in a state nf active inriii-tryronliivating her resource--, multiplying her products, unit increas ing her ability to purcha-e from them. I be lieve tint tin- will soon lie the declared I of the Ilrili-h Covernment, as it is undoubtedly i 1 h true mlicy of all Covernnients. I believe therelore, that if Mexico re-Ls upon any hope ! ,h ll. I'.v-'ind-by nid an 1 succor will com-- from , t'TOign sources, that bo' will entirely fail, Tlie iinw-pipers speak ofm-rii-ition. I doubt , whether there is nnii'li tru'li in tin ; if, hovvov- I were to nriyi-e. I would --iv make her an offer of a formal emhi-sv. 1 would bo for keeping ' our-elves entirely in the right. We can all'ord I to do -o ; we caii lo-e nothing in dignity by it. It is not stooping on our part, becau-e" all tin world knows that the ennte-t 1- verv line- tb-world kumys that the ennte-t i- very u 1 qua!. If sin- will con-eat to this, I -ay meet t her ill negotiation, and Hi the mean tini" sii-penil military op -rations. Hut it she will not do tin-; if she persist- fooli-hly anri senelesly ill carry ing on the war: if she prefers war to veace, then, of cour.-e, she mu-t hive wur, vigorous war, until -he b- couipelleil to adopt a ilill'erent mode of conduct. Mr. Web-ter imiiig eoncludod, a brief dis cus. ion on-iioil b tween .Mes-rs, H?ntou anri ('riltend'ii in relation to the mode of olliceriug the regim"nts of volunteers; when ( n motion of Mr. Critten len, the further con sideration of tho bill was postponed until to morrow. J01IV ADAMS' l.r.TTT.R. The fdlowing is an extract from the memora ble and prophetic I-tter of Joux An.wis, written the iliy after tho Declaration of lnrieponrienco was p i-.-eil by Congress ; Pmi.vnEi.riiii, July fltli, I77tk 'Sir Vesterilay the greatest 'question was decided winch w.i-ever debited ill America, and greater, perhaps, never was or will be divided hy men; A re-olution was pi l without a riis. -entiu" colony; THAT TTIKSK UMTRD STATK.S ARK. AND OP R1CHT OPCHT TO U.. PIIRK A'D INDIU'P.NDK.ST 'Tb-day is pis-ed. TUP. -1th or Jew, 77i!, will lie a ni"morablo epoch in the hi-tory of America. I am apt to lieliovo it will ne - tirii-J In sHixvcii'ig . -ra'Kwi us it emu nii-rrs.r-v IWmi1. It ought to lie conimeinoni- i,.,l ii. ilm Day or Deliver vxce, liy solemn acts ol'rieiotioii to Almighty (iod. It ought to bo sol-einin-ied with mwii, U, gw;', sport, nun, h, lit. lumHrr. mul UlumiiMlioH', ntoM oxi: cxn OK Till: CONTINENT TO THE OTIIEH,nwl this lilllf I'uriciirJ nrrr r, ton will tlunk me transported witli enlliuiasm. Hut 1 am not. 1 am well iware ol the toil, and blood, and treasure that it will eo-t tomiintainlhi- Declaration, nndsu nort and defend those States, yet through all tho I . . ... .1... ..c I l i -i doom, 1 can seu inu r.i. s vn i.ij;iu unn ..nnv - I can see that the cn l is worth more than all'tho moan-, and th it posterity will triumph, although vou and I nnv ruo, which I hoiio we shall not. 'lam.&c, JOHNAH.VMS.'

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