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Henry Clay.
95th month,

MAY, 1844.
If humanity presents a noble and sublime spectacle, it is 0 -
when a pure and lofty patriot, regardless of self, and de-ADVICE GRATIS.-Shut your eyes to the MOON'S PHASES. Boston. N.York Baltimore Ch'leston
voted to the good of his country, even in the midst of ca- faults of others, and open them very wide

ds. h. m. h. m. m. h.m.

on Mer.
lumny and reproach, pursues the path of duty, and to your own, Stop your ears while gossips Full Moon......... 2 10 32m. 10 20mo 10 10 mo. 19 56 mo. E h , m, s, S
3 patiently awaits the approval which time must at length, and slanderers are speaking of others : take Third Quarter..... 9 3 39m. 3 27mol 3 17 mo.3 3 mo. I 1/11 56 54
bring. The retirement of such a man has greater power away yourfingers to listen to the voice of New Moon.... ...17 4 9m. 3 57mo 3 47 mo.3 33 mo. 9:11 56 133
than all the seductive patronage with which the weak, the friendly admonition.....It won't do for a First Quarter......25 % 46m.] 2 34mo 2 24 mo.12 10 mo. (17/11 56 9
treacherous, and the evil minded, may attempt to purchase farmer or planter to be seen entering the Full Moon.........311 6 3ev 1 5 51 ev 1 5 41 ev, 15 27 ev. 125111 56
Sa mercenary support. While crowds impelled by curiosity, 8 doors of a Bank. It has a most suspicious
may throng to gaze idly on the man of the hour THE look, and frequently destroys his credit at

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SMAN OF THE AGE, in his far off western home, with no Yonce. His wealth is in another Bank, on Boston; N. York City: Baltmre : Charleston
other attraction than his mighty genius, and his lofty soul, which he cannot draw too largely: a Bank

of Earth ... Men who want NEW-ENGLAND, CONN. N. JER- VIRGINIA, IN'TH CAROLINA receives the hon age of millions of hearts. His single name has a charm more potent than all the gilded honors

i principle live knaves and die N.YORK STATE, SEY, PENNSYL-KENTUCKY TEN'SEE, GEO..3 with which Monarchs and Presidents may reward their

beggars..... The most bitter

MICH. WISKON- VANIA, OHIO, AND ALA., MISSISS. flatterers. HENRY CLAY! On what far distant mountain

tears are shed in solitude. -in what deep forests-in what boundless prairie of our

SAN & IOWA. IND, & ILL. MISSOURI. & LOUISIANA. broad land, is that name unknown and unhonored! HEN

101 Didw.1001 DUw.l. | DIUIHws
RY CLAY!! What stain of reproach what suspicion of

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falsehood-what taint of treachery adheres to that glorious

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Sname! Opposing parties may for a time retard his upward

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mh.mh.'m.sh. m. lh.mh.m/h, m.sh, m.h.mh.mh, m.lh.m/h.m/h, m.lh. m. progress, but where is the opponent who dare assail his 1W Sts. Philip and James. 576 58 3 51

52 3 575 146 40 4 76 2 honor?-While magnanimity, and courage, and truth, are

- 155/6 59 rises. 10 50 4

es. 8 145

es. 5 13 6 41 rises.
admired among men-while falsehood, and selfishness, and

at] Battle of Lutzen, 1813.. 542 0

43 9 030
3 treachery are despised--the name of HENRY CLAY will be 4

lleon died, 1821.6 5313 9 54fev.2:

491 9 47/4 honored throughout the world. Well may he afford to

14th Sun. aft. Easter. Napo-A 517 2.10 51 1

58 10 46 10 35 4 5816
3"bide his time," for the day is at hand when the rallying V 6M

Battle of Prague, 1757. 450 1 3

311 381 1 5€ 6 59 11 34 11 22 4 57 11 305 106 44 11 16 9 58 cry of an injured and betrayed people will be JUSTICE TO 7 Tu 16 59

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HENRY CLAY!

8W 17 15 Gibbon born, 1737.

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1 0 13 1 3/4 55 5€ 0 105 mor.Ju 39 MANY FACTS In Few WORDS.-A logal stone is 14.2 Burn'g of Ben Sherrod, 1837,6 4711

590 4415

0 36 ev 38
pounds, or the eighth of an hundred in England, and 1681

(175 lives lost. 1 4517
pounds in Holland..... The fathom, six foot, is derived from USA

#America discovered, 1492. 447
the height of a full grown man. A hand in horse measure 125 140

15th Sunday after Easter. 4311 is four inches..... An Irish mile is 2,240 yards; a Scotch

r|Landing at Jamestown, 1607.4
mile is 1,984 yards; an English, or statute mile, is 1,760 919
yards: German, 1,806; Turkish, 1,826.. ... An acre is 4,840 8.21

Camden, S. C., burnt, 1781.
square yards, or 69 yards 1 foot and 81-2 inches each way.162

11 39 7 14 59 ii 164 447 448 40 4 4717
A square mile, 1,760 yards each way, contains 640 acres.....

Revolution in Venice, 1797.

s.. 11 49 4 43 7 10 sets.. 9 13 4 The Persians give names to every day in the month, just as 18

40 mor.14 427 11 8 35 9 48 4 4517 7 8 3115 116 we give them to days of the week..... The Esquimaux at

17 9 27 0 244 417 12 9 23 10 234 47 8 9 195 tain the height of but 4 feet 3 inches, and the Mogul Tarters 20

Columbus died, 1506. Lafay 4 357 1810

407 13 10 5 10 54 4 447
but 4 feet 9 inches.....The human body consists of 140 bories, 9291

[ette died, 1834. 4 357

39 7 14 10 43 11 30 4 437 39 kinds of articulations or joinings, 100 cartilages or liga-02

(Philadelphia, 1787. A 31 7 19 11 201 397 111 17 mor.14 427 11ii 154 55 11 410 42 ments, 400 muscles or tendons, and 100 nerves, besides blood, 21h2

Federal Convention met at 4 337 20

38 7 1 11 48 0 614 4217 12 11 474 5611 39 i 25 3 arteries, veins, &c..... Total abstinence from food above24

Queen Victoria born, 1819.432

10 ner. 0 4914 41 7 13 mor.4 57 56 mormor. seven days is fatal to man; but there are instances of sur-0221

10 17 i 404 40 13 0 1714 57 57 0 13 0 16 viving after a longer period. A religious fanatic, in 1789, 026 F

Whitsunday. Calvin died, 1 31 1 23

1 0 46 2 35 4 40 14 0 47 4 50 104 i 11) determined to fast 40 days, but died on the 16th.

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i 514 5013 1 58 3 253 Dining at a public ordinary, when one of the company 02 W 21 43 | Attack on Sackett's Harbor, li 297 25 2 21 8

20 225 5 524 16 2 28 4 5 6 59 2 401 4 28 3 had helped himself to a very large piece of brend. Quin 30 Th 21 52 | Alexander Pope died, 1744.4 27 2 3 3.9 284 34 7 2 3 8 6 524 3|! stretched out his hand to take hold of it. The person to

231 Pril22 0171 (Voltaire died, 1778.4 27 2rises. 10 234 3317 2. lises. 1 7 474 3 7 18 rises. 45li rises. 1 6 whom it belonged prevented him, saying, Sir, that is my LITERARY. A young man came into our office last week we could print Bibles if we chose." Wall," said he, bread.' 'Beg pardon,' said Quin, 'I took it for the loaf.') and inquired if we printed Bibles here. We told him that thort so, coz I saw sumthin' about 'Job' on the sign.” Wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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munum Slavery. 6th month, JUNE, 1844.

30 days,
Slavery is undoubtedly a wrong done to the natural rights
of those enslaved, and the earliest possible emancipation, RED HAIR.-I admire red hair-not your MOON'S PHASES. Boston, N.York Baltimore Ch'leston on Mera
when unable to gain their own freedom, will be contrived "golden locks." which poets sing of, though

ds. h. m. h. m. Jh. m. h. m.
and effected for them by those who appreciate the value of I question if ever they beheld them but Third Quarter..... 7 3 45ev 3 33 ev 3 23 ev. 13 9 1111 57
3 the right. But when it is to be effected by offices of medi-your bright red hair, as red as Maelzel's New Moon........15 7 42ev 7 30 ev 7 20 ev. 1 7 6 ev.
ation, it is a moral enterprise, and the master is to be con- conflagration. There is something brilliant First Quarter......23 10 40m. 10 28mo 10 18 mo. 10 4 mol
sulted. If it is to be done by force, it is a political enter- in such a head-depend upon it, its wearer Full Moon.........301 1 33m. 1 21mol 1 11 mn. 07
prise, and the cost must be counted.

is a genius, fortune favors him, for, as the
But the wrong should be righted, and righted now. poet has it, “eternal sunsh ne settles on his

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That it should be righted, we agree; but that righting it head." Red hair has a martial air about Boston; N. York City, Baltmre ;| Charleston ;
now, will itself be right, is a question; and that may de-

it, particularly if it be set off
pend on many other questions. 1. It may may depend on

al by red whiskers. Mars had

NEW - ENGLAND, ICONN. N. JER- VIRGINIA, IN'TH CAROLINA,
who did the wrong. If he can be found, it is doubtless in-

la red shock I am convinced. I NYORK STATE, SEY, PENNSYL-KENTUCKY TEN'SEE. GEO..
cumbent on him to set about righting it instantly. 2. If he

.... What wig is it a barber MICH, WISKON- VANIA, OHIO, AND ALA. MISSISS. cannot be found, the question is, who is to act as his sub

cannot make ? An ear wig.
stitute? 3. It may depend on the present condition of the

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subject of the wrong. 4. In any case, it depends on who

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The Origin of Slavery in the United States. It is

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enough to say that it was imposed upon the Colonies by BIM 22 18Earthquake in N. Eng. 1744. 1 27 7 29 10 11

20 10 54 54 7
the British Government, for the augmentation of its reveal

Grattan died, 1820.
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21 10 43 4 547
nue and the profit of its favorites, against the anxious pro- 5W 22

14 267 31 11 18 2 354 31 7 25 11 16 11 59 21 11 15 4 537
tests of the Colonists themselves, and that while the Colo- & *Patrick Henry died, 1799.

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Snies were subject to the British Crown, it had grown to an 7

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extent not easy to be eradicated. Thus far, the responsi- 8 #Cholera broke out in Am'ica, 1 25 7 33 0

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3 Government of the United States, those members of the 11 Tu 23 88 St. Barnabas. .

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2 Confedration, which had slavery as a part of their state of Yial i 23 128 New-York City incorp. 1665.4 247 35 2 0 9 12 4 3017
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3 the Constitution, without an express stipulation to secure Elsa 23

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their exclusive control of the slave question within their re-018

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8 414 53 1 briefly, is the origin of slavery in the United States.

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all that the United States are concerned in it, it is manifest, 0201 Th

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St. John Baptist.

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3 which has marked the history of this race for centuries past.

It is a great wheel moving round, and notwithstanding all
the clouds and darkness that have overhung it, some rays A popular author has said: "I am strengly of opinion males of all classes should reflect upon the distinction, and
of light have dawned on its progress. Miracles of relief are that sick wives are very interesting for a short time, and ve not abuse a privilege most readily granted them, if exercised
not to be expected; but relief will come at last.

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JULY, 1844.

7th month. France, of which Henrietta Maria, Queen of England, A COCKNEY COLLOQUY.-'I say, Jim, are MOON'S PHASES. Boston. N.York Baltimore Ch'leston il on Mer. was at that time proprietor....NEW HAMPSHIRE was the you going to see the man hung to-morrow ?'

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name given to the territory conveyed by the Plymouth QI don't know, Dick ; vot's he to be hung Third Quarter..... 7 6 6 mo 5 54 mol 5 44 mo.15 30 mo. | 1 0 3 33
Scompany to Capt. John Mason, by patent, Nov. 7, 1639, o for?' 'Vy, bless you, for 'orse stealing.' New Moon........15 9 39 mo 9 27 mol 9 17 mo. 9 3 mo. 9 0 4 543

with reference to the patentee, who was Governor of Ports- For stealing a 'orse ? vot a fool!-Vy First Quarter......22 4 29 ev 4 17 ev. 4 7 ev. 3 53 ev. 171 0 5 49
mouth, in Hampshire, England.... VERMONT was so called did n't he buy one on trust, and never pay for Full Moon.........299 49 mol9 37 mol 27 mo 9 13 mo 1250 6 11
by the inhabitants in their declaration of independence, Jan. him ?.... Well Joe, are you making mo-
3 16, 1777, from the French verd, green, and mont, moun-&ney these days ?' said Bill, to an active bu-

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tain.... MASSACHUSETTS was so called from Massachusiness man. Oh no!' was the reply, 'I tried Boston; N York City, Baltmre : Charleston;
3 setts Bay, and from the Massachusetts tribe of Indians in hard to make money until
the neighborhood of Boston. The tribe is thought to have

thousand dollars, and now I

sunk several NEW - ENGLAND.ICONN. N. JER I VIRGINIA, IN'TH CAROLINA,
S derived its name from the Blue Hills of Milton. "I have

am trying to make a living. I NYORK STATE, SEY, PENNSYL-KENTUCKY TEN'SEE. GEO..3
learned,” says Roger Williams, "that Massachusetts

If I do that honestly, I shall MICH. WISKON VANIA, OHIO, AND ALA., MISSISS.
was so called from the Blue Hills."... RHODE ISLAND was

be perfectly satisfied, Bill.'
so called in 1644, in reference to the Island of Rhodes, in the

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whom this territory was granted....PENNSYLVANIA was so

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called, in 1703, from Delaware Bay, on which it lies, and Tu

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which received its name from Lord De La War, who died Q 3 W
Fort Erie taken, 1814.

444 58 7 10 9 409 352 in this bay....MARYLAND was so called in honor of Hen-8 4 Th * Independ. 1776. Adams and 4 30 7

134 58 7 10 10 12 10 20 3 rietta Maria, Queen of Charles I., in his patent to Lord 5 Fri * [Jeff. d. 1826, Monroe, 1831.4 31 7

39 ev.264 10 404 59 7 9 10 43 11 23 Baltimore, June 30, 1632.... VIRGINIA was so called, in 6 Sa TICh. J. Marshall, died, 1837. 14 327

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King Charles IX of France....GEORGIA was so called, in 9 Tu 8 Braddock defeated, 1775. 4 347 36

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1722, in honor of King George II....ALABAMA was so Y10W 8 Columbus born, 1447. 4 34 0 35 7 174
called, in 1817, from its principal river.... MISSISSIPPI was 11 Th

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said to denote the whole river, that is the river formed by 13 Sa M (duel by Aaron Burr, 1804.J4 377 34 2 48 10 244
the union of many....LOUISIANA was so called, in honor 14 F

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491 8 304 of Louis XVI of France.... TENNESSEE was so called, in 151

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1796, from its principal river. The word Tennessee is said : 16Tv Stoney Point taken, 1779. 4397 32

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9 474 to signify a curved spoon.... KENTUCKY was so called, in 17 W

E. Gerry born, 1739. Bishopli 40

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10 574 497 1809, from its principal river. The word is said to signify the 19 Fri

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Extraordinary Facts.
Q8th month,
AUGUST, 18 44.

31 days.
During ten years, from 1820 to 1830, of a tolerable protec-
tive policy, we paid off one hundred millions of foreign A DREAM INTERPRETED. A German, MOON'S PHASES.1 Boston.IN.YorkBaltimore Ch'leston on Mer.
3 debt. During the next ten years, from 1830 to 1840, of com- Prince in a dream, seeing three rats, one fat,

ds. h. m. lh. m. lh. m. h. m.

h, m. S.
parative free trade, we contracted a foreign debt of two the other lean, and the third blind, sent for a Third Quarter..... 510 42 ev 10 30 ev 10 20 ev. 10 6 ev. il 0 5 59
SHUNDRED millions. During the first period our imports celebrated Bohemian gipsy, and demanded | New Moon........13 947 ev 9 35 ev 9 25 ev. 1 9 11 ev.
were $798,500,000, and the amount retained for domestic X an explanation. The fat rat, said the sor- First Quarter......20 9 31 ev] 9 19 ev o 9 ev. 1 8 55 ev.
consumption, was $568,900,000. During the second period ceress, is your prime minister; the lean rat, Full Moon.........271 7 49 ev! 7 37 ev! 7 27 ev. 17 13 av 251 0 1 463
our imports were $1,302,500,000, and the amount retained your people, and the blind rat, yourself....
Sfor domestic consumption was $1,103,100,000; that is, our. I am afraid,' said a lady to her husband,

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imports and consumption in the second period, were nearly that I am going to have a stiff neck.! | Boston; IN. York City: Baltmre: Charleston:
S double of the first. Here is the secret of the foreign debt. Not at all improbable, my dear,' answered
contracted.

the husband,

NEW - ENGLAND, ICONN. N. JER- VIRGINIA, N'TH CAROLINA,

I have fre

quently seen very strong NYORK STATE, SEY, PENNSYL- KENTUCKY TEN'SEE, GEO., Extravagant hire of steamboats and other vessels.-Q

symptoms of it ever since
From the beginning of 1836 to 1841, (during Mr. Van Buren's 0.

ALA., MISSISS.,
I have known you, dear.'
S administration,) the number of steamboats and sail craft s

SAN & IOWA. IND. & ILL. MISSOURI. & LOUISIANA.
employed in the transportation service for the Florida war,

01 01.D Hw.
was 737, for which a very extravagant hire was generally

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91.0 1.0 1.D Hw.

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paid. About fifty of these are named in House Document

frises sets. rises. Bos. rises sets. rises. NY.rises sets. rises. frises sets. rises. Chn.
S No. 458, 22 Session 27th Congress, and their rates of hire
specified. We give the following as specimens The Th

h.m/h.m h. m. h. m.h.mh.m h. m.h.m.h.

mh.mh.m. h.m h.mh.m. h. m. 3
*Election in N. Carolina and 4 547 17 8 40 1 17
steamboat, John Crowell, estimated to be worth $15,000,00

56 8 42 9 173
Fri 17 39

(Tennessee, 1844. 4 55 7 16 9 6 1 544 59 7 12 9 811 185 2 7
was hired at $300 a day, provided for and insured, till the

9 9 9 5 16
SA

56 9 14 9 54
TIA. Burr's trial com'ced, 1807.4 56 7 15 9 33) 2 31 5 0 7 11 9 36 11 55,5 3 7 8 9 3815 16
S compensation amounted to $82,555. The Reindeer, 42 days,

55 9 46 10 31
9th Sunday after Trinity. 14 57 7 14 10 2
at $175 a day--being $7,350. The Georgiana, 32 days, at

1 7 10 10 6ev.31 5 47 710
50M
M
16 5117 Election in Kentucky, India-4 587 13 10

27 910 39 1 75 57 6 10 435 53 10 5711 43
$200 a day-$6,400. The Charleston, 10 months, at $4,400

(na, Illinois, Missouri, and 4 59 7 11 ii ii

11 17 1 485 67 a month-$44,000. The Mobile was paid $11,625 for 25 wl16

(Alabama, 1814.5 0 7 10 11 53 5 days. The Minerva, 73 days, at $300 a day-$21,900. The Sthlo

9mor. 16 Merchant, 85 days, at $450 a day-$38,250.

41 7 37 Frauds in Contracts for Mail Bags, &c.-From House 10 Sa 19 Doc. No. 989, 2d Session, 27th Congress, it appears, that 1.1

10th Sunday after Trinity. Sthe cost of mail bags, from 1831 to 1841, was $336,000; that 0 12 M 1! 955 m: thet 12M 14 501 George IV. burn, 1762.

3 3 34 10 455 Mr. Jewett. (Ohio) contractor. was paid $68,124 13. for 18Tul 31/8 Battle of Queenstown, 1014. P

39 11 245 10 his 14 W 54,782 bags; that, in November, 1840, there were on his 1971,

14 13 3 John Fletcher died, 1755. 5 1 sets.. mor.5 11 (Jewett's) hands 4,020 bags, not wanted, which cost $65,000; 01511521

Il Napoleon Bonaparte born at5

7 26 0 25 12

7 26 10 15 14 that a large overplus was in the hands of other contractors; 16 Fri 3510

(Ajaccio, 1769.5 10 7 54 0 37 5 13 7 56 10 355 156

42 8 1 9 11
that bags could be got at 50 per cent. less than was paid in 1988 19

25 i 11 6 14 8 27 11 12 5 166 511 8 305 8 37 9 483
those years; that for blanks, $300,000 was paid between y 18 19

11th Sunday after Trinity. 15

9 211 49,5 176
Guerriere fr. captured, i812.5 138 33

55 9 16 10 25
1829 and 1841, generally at about 50 per cent, more than fair 19 M

37 2 2 5 16 9 42 mor.5 186 48 9 465 39 10 0 11 5
price, leaving a supply on hand for twenty years to come :821191.

5 146 52 10 22 3 5 5 17 10 28 0 295 1616 47 10 325 3810 49 11 51 that storage for these surplus articles was charged and al-2W1!4 A i: Viwil 57 7William IV. born, 1765. 5 1516 50 11 15 3 51 5 18

li 155 2016 4511 265

36 11 45 mor. 3
Slowed: that, by these and other frauds, the expenditures ofy Th!

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A. Battle of Bosworthfield, 1485.5 166 49 mor. 4 495

35 mor. O 43 V Washin'ton City taken by the 5 1716 471 the Post Office Department were made to exceed its reve-02315

22 3 185 nue, one year, by $386,769 19, and another year by $220,000, & 24 Sa 14

vs St. Barthol. (British, 1814.5 18

12th Sunday after Trinity. 5 19 6 44 2 32 8
from Customs and public lands, and rolling a heavy bur-Q26M

43 9 57
den on the 27th (Whig) Congress; that Cyrus Barton, Con-021u.

Dr. Herschell died, 1822. 5 216 414 52
Scord. (N. H.), for blanks, from 1836 to 1841, received 28LWI

rises. 11 3615

28 rises. 7 36 $13,927 14; Beals & Green, Boston, Mass., from 1829 to 29th 3 REISt. John Baptist beheaded.

37 7 7ev.16) 35 7 8 9 405

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27 7 12 8 16 1832, for do., received $51,732 76; Paine & Clark. New-30 Fri 8 49 T Paley born, 1743.

5 246 36 1 34 0 52 34 7 37 10 16.5 215 395 35 261 7 45 8 52 York from 1836 to 18411 for do. co.. $1.883 81: 8. Penn. r. 31 Sal 8 374 [John Bunyan died, 1688. 5 216 34 8 3 i 26 27 6 321 8 6 10 505 25 311 8 915 356 2 13 9 26 Louisville, Ky., for do, do., from 1830 to 1841, $26,942 68:

S. Medary, Columbus, Ohio, in 1836, for do. do. 827,546 34: Y Quick streams are the foulest: they cleanse themselves if of women that causes their superior moral purity; as subS&c. &c. &c.

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SEPTEMBER, 1844.
For Stationery used by the 25th Congress, the first under
Mr. Van Buren, we find such items as the following in the A Fool.--A spruce young buck was boast- | MOON'S PHASES. Boston. N.York (Baltimore Ch'lestons on Mer.
report of one of the Committees on retrenchment (by Mr. ing of his success with the fair, and among

ds.h.m. h.m. lh, m. lh, m.

h. m. s. 3
Summers), 21 Session, 27th Congress, House Doc. No. 30: Qother things, declared that he might have Third Quarter..... 414 59 ev 4 47 ev.1 4 37 ev. 1 4 23 ev. 11 morning.
For 3,079 reams envelope paper,............ $12,603 25 sparked it with a lady whom he named. New Moon........ 12/8 32 mo8 20 mol 8 10 mo. 7 56 mol 9/11 573
3,610 do quarto post, ....

Why then," said his friend, "did you ne First Quarter......19 3 8 mo 2 56 mo 2 46 mo. 2 32 mo 17 11 54 16%
2,316 do. foolscap,......

9,951 25 glect such a golden opportunity ?" Be Full Moon.........26'8 29 mo 18 17 mo! 8 7 mo.1 7 53 mo 23 11 51 29
172 do. note,......

1,559 50 cause," answered he," she begged to be

excused, and I was such a deuced fool that I Calendar for Calendar for Calendar for 493 gross of steel pens,.....

Calendar for 83,700 quills, ......

3,953 12 I excused her.... Mr. Curran once said in Boston: N. York City:Baltmre : Charleston; making of pens, ....

448 00 sealing-wax, ......

3,931 62

one of his famous speeches: INEW - ENGLAND.ICONN. N. JER- VIRGINIA, N'TH CAROLINA,

I have known tumult and

2739 30 tape,.....

disorder make many a rich N.YORK STATE, SEY, PENNSYL-KENTUCKY TEN'SEE, GEO., 3 106 dozen penknives,........

2,602 00

man poor, but never knew MICH, WISKON VANIA, OHIO, AND ALA., MISSISS. it to make a poor man rich,

SAN & IOWA.
528 50

IND. & ILL. MISSOURI. & LOUISIANA. 3
ink, fifteen ba
inkstands, ...
921 00

1. 1. Dilw.DHw., 01. DI, 01.D Hw.
seals,.....

1,080 00

DAILY RECORD. Trises sets. [rises.Bos. frises sets.rises. NY.rises eets,Irisēs, rises sets.rises. Chn.
pencils,....

562 00
folders, ....
615 00

h.m.b. m.th.mh.mh. m. lh. m.lh.mh.m/h. m. h.mh.mb. m.sh.
twine,....

312 72
13th Sunday after Trinity.

28 6 301 8 391 235 306 29 8 42 5 366 23 8 54 9
1,197 memorandum books,.....

8 London burnt, 1666.

6 20 9 14 11 565 31

271 9 185 36

3310 32
. $69,514 78

2: 9 55 ev.295

Election in Vermont, 1844.
Total, .....

161 53
26 10 40 1 7

445

211 43
The Bank of the United States was chartered by a bill

24 4 2715 24 11 30 1 515

u 52ev.273 reported by J. C. CALHOUN, in 1816, under the Admin

Lafayette born, 1757.

nor. 5 27/5 33
6 22 mor. 2 51 5

or. 5 39
istration of Mr. Madison. In the next Annual Message to DA

Hannah More died, 1833.
0 20 6 50

46 2 50
14th Sunday after Trinity.
Congress, December 3rd, 1816, Mr. Madison thus speaks of

19 8 13

421 4 13 S

28 5
the fiscal affairs of the country, and of the position of the 8,9 M.

Election in Maine, 1844. 15 19 2 239 235 366 17 2 26

12 Perry's vic. on L. Erie, 1813.15 36 new Bank.

17 3 28 10 1415 376 16 3 31

11 3 42
"It is obvious that there is only wanting to the fiscal
McDonough's Victory, 1814.5 37 4 3 10 555

39 5 426 10

(1781.5 38
prosperity of the Government the restoration of an uniform 0 1

sets.. u 335
396 12 sets.. 8 57

12 sets.. 15 446 medium of exchange. The resources and faith of the Na-&13

SN. London burnt by Arnold, 5

20 mor. 15 4016 11 6 26 9 325

30 5 446
Moscow burnt, 1812.

591 0 85
tion displayed in the system which Congress has established, 14

7 65 44 16 6 7
3 ensure respect and confidence at home and abroad. The 156

m 15th Sunday after Trinity.

37 0 435

455 4516 51 759) 9 22
local accumulations of the revenue have already enabled / 16
26 W|N. York taken by Howe, 1776.5 426 6

ii 275

8 47 10 3
3 the Treasury to meet the public engagements in the local 120

2 9 41 10 44
currency of most of the States, and it is expected that the 18

110 40 11 32
16 W Battle of Poictiers, 1355. 15 456 il
same cause will produce the same effect throughout the 019

15 3 32 111 21 0 565

265 475 59 11 43 mor. 2

(Scott died, 1832.5 Union. BUT FOR THE INTERESTS OF THE COMMUNITY 020

59 mor. 5 485 58 mor. O 30 Ist. Matthew. SAT LARGE, as well as for the purposes of the Treasury, 2018

Sir Walter 5 482

047 1 465
mjl6th Sunday after Trinity.
it is essential that the Nation should possess a currency 22

5

39 5

i 51 3 16
S of equal value, credit and use, wherever it may circu-02 M

2 408 4115

54 2 58 4 41

(of discovery, 1492.15 late. The Constitution has entrusted Congress exclusively 824 iu

49 455

52 3 545 45 3 with the power of creating and regulating a Currency of

Colu'bus sail'd on his voyage 5

52 10 33,5
that description, and the measures taken during the last 26 Th|

48 frises. u 14'5
Earthquake at Merico, 1717.15

411 495 54 session in execution of the power, give every promise of

6 7 9 13

6 17 7 49 14/8 Detrort retaken by Har. 1813.15 success. The Bank of the United States has been organ-2018

45 6 34 ev.24 5 51

46 6 41 5 533 47 6 538 24 38 Michaelmas day. ized under auspices the most favorable, and cannot fail to

43 7

441 7 175 545 461 7 31 8 52

1 0 58 5 565 44 7 13 10 225 5€ °030 M 1 3 18 I Battle with the Miamies, 179015 5815 41 1 46 i 29 5 571 42' 1 be an important auxiliary to those measures."

"Father, is President Tyler fond of Music?“Why, A man in a passion is like Vesuvius in an eruption--vomit- of the crater, to deal destruction to others.... The wounds Smy son ?" "Because I heard you say he had bought up ing forth flames and red-hot stones, which descend immedi- of Conscience will never cicatrize: the wings of Time him-3 several or gans!

Bately into its own bosom, till chance directs it over the edge self do not cool them, but his scythe opens them the wider.

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