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S , * - , will • « aM 825 .,; ■ 4 :. - N ” ■*\. ■-• ^ .- ■■ ... P B i m i p '^ A l j P PUBLISHED EVERY W E P W E S D ,At BY W . L . X A S T O J it, t( Of, OWE P o b K ^ O U T H Q F THE BAPTIST CH O B C H, ■ L C ^ W v i L L E i ( N . T . ) W E D N E S D A Y , D E C E M B E R 2 » , ’l 6 2 5 , ' V / ’ ■' i r U R D A Y , D E C E M M R U , iSZ o . Isquirtv If ►wn of' aiff, on « ‘>r» S f & i kODfUetf^ FOB THE g a z e t t e . TAfi Villagp. PreacherJ JIM O J ^ F O R S A T u i n - 4 Y E V 3 S i m J ^ ^ t N o - i y . p t t ^ e timet 0 / the ela^i tj\ your f a t 'itr-'t lunt ut Imefttberid \ J oiboa . I recollections of fpi iloojf on the ceas< ,jic impressedcpou o sleuca li « true r y e a n attfjpd u*«* we ciirraot of tirae. Past r menorieaA' identified 1# of tha hum; >j o ureiisleuca U •» t of tha human mftcC I a wise tcono^y~of^TSH»videoce, tiiat we are re fniritioQtly assoctateii with scenei o f past pleas- than with those of ap oppuiita character. ftSttUiiiu ft wore defic )ver uif Qbannipgs I of tome swart io.trumeot, ■ooiember^d ie acf» n n jtn ta , pril 7 ^ iPin, ft;, pa*?e»i,* ■ half., >f wiiir Bb6«| than with those of ap oppui ryassumu a more definite aoj iinpen ... -I— '■■\g hke the luu(, re latr om passions ,ce, and our audiaties into reyiose. ’ \ retrospect of pasi enyoymenls is like fsifing at plaasaoi where lljjhi and shade lly miO(le, sfarifijugp y ttheautityiog the i6eoe. is/ecotlecilOps occur 10 us by Dt filed rul lar are tbejeubjacl to theoasuilueeunof Lordekpptldeocy they amiuit ..ix r s ity they ' misinys any way hapoioess. Notwi'li. \been preclaiihed by jltlu-opy, ajsd nowuely past u t ^ b a scale ef bu- tiifirimly. a remembeb too the umel whan we were sor« ul but they are the deepe»esf-‘*bido» at the pic- tipon eur past epJoytKonU ' repose in imposiO( tuavyfn^rehdf. lisi^giQ jf aloiix the eseoi- irieaofour liTea the mental ay'i repaijs as it I on tbeouilineofp dislaul meuutaia iliuminod auo-beauis, with an oeca.liust upafiie spot a nc frain ahadoiri oautcd by the toepualilieA of its face.—Not only I'a this tha case when we refer tcdtea itf Aahich w *o«n»lfea h .as pisrtletpaled, those times, more re e. conjure lircd, and alihu' lomolhioj worthy \that inTitcs c pertaininl; (o 1 jrioiity and coi w iru j j tf H w i i J r w v H l ^ ext t l II ^ o T A I S 'im.1 ■|{?s t irpmedihteiy indwideality ahnet theta, iboesa. There Ih DU pcincipla I t led IQ the hnmtu Uamit as tha desire y of our aa^assora. Imma- ilted hs Ibi .ee // r n a o n - r i (leriie tis, an a so r r n r ev«r> 2 0 railchi ‘ t r i r e l , fy ftfrp- c» o ly six (iolldr*. F r o m t H e l t h , 1796, m.til the 4 i h o f D cem b e r, ilto when we linger upon tt [Ir^bD the d ate of ouii eiisti the times m winch or I. drapery lonuajiiiali le, still we find « the richness of ii cuss for the stiffffBH of il» 'oUU. Hbare Is someth es, lometbinxltt ^s adpiiratioa. led therf. is pid of lelfisb Redded IQ t 'iai w k e*af^i«|^'oU B c iioi 4ceiy meaQmenl or the •• moalJenni lerf” — 1817, e ich S c n e 'o r h llcfi|^> e iitati . ^ tibeMlH^ri^td Hfoas doiaja u guarded hr-e,.{v,tj j}ftcpo dollirs nor BOB' s r . r m S ' S X ' S i r . f r . ™ ; H aod .he kofie of baiD{ remambared racoucilti lo-tk* frigid embrace of death U ia« pieco of the.fiahigiit of the prcteot day ta jet old lioiea, old folks anef old friends. Bui this leitber wise eor jeoeroos; epart from ita beidg war with e o r best pnncipleSr~tt m a a ifo^ao a itar regard for that which ii excellent 'htjd geod. bese are excepttana howerar, when eTen the dig.- yof old timea is contemptibly represented. In C « « wbaWwi-diicoirer the a ^ - o f eilhef-t*«, d inrigoral rd them as ■(boat witdpiQ. 1 time seems io b: SLDd old wiibaut a xpentnee,' crushed oeery sympathy IDciple, we rery malcrelaat principle, the scattered taonniQieta ef dirme rhearaoce. W beo such it Iho casi wlfh the agCd oreisots an aspect pe VV e are do longer at s bare embcdi T h e remaiii.’* tliU f a l l ^ offieef w e re, c a r r i e d from P n i l j J e J ^ u i a to KheNsYl m 3 Iaa4e3 - a t the-- Biittci *\ statesm e n h a v e ilready the n e w ip a p er s, viz: tb 6 h i e P ie lid > it |j M o n ro e, W iH i itn Hi (Jra*ford, a n d G a llatin. IriV u n tjerstood, b y the in'whjcli the P re siien.t ir e tia ppon tlie sub- a b e a .ie, andT\emo*eHT\emo*pd to the Citt m i'ti'lers will act i i c o u n id - •'accoi all ii| their pow e r to e s u b - 1 prut e s iio n o f naval a tid m iiita iy \ sin, “ pe.icc, c o n in ierre,& ' ic.iin< n , .ajid c iliz e in ; ' 'J he R p .v.M r . R u t - ho n e s t IriendA l.lp,” am o tig a ll the diflerent j fedge, o f M iddletow n , C o n n e c ticut, b r o tli- iliB U n tie d S t a te s , I e r - in - law of tfc^ S f f ieased , th e •{ the sf-yon'^hwrsdaj 111 iridt.^liefe the b o d ) was p la c ed up«n lea .le , and ta ibe C ity H a ll, com p a n itd I s j a m ilitary e » c« rt, » n d a aresiion o f naval *atid m iiitaiy i>fficrri, re p u b li c s , a n d With th® U n tie d S t a te s , but e r - in - la w of tfc ^ St'fiea e n te r in g into n ^ “ entaU (;rm g a llia n c e s '’ | Com iH a tiort, « n 3 Cum n j(\do e Chni w ithth thh e 1 w hol o le- N o be- w itli any, or co m p a c t w i t e w h evil c a n enaoe f.o ij the U n ite d S ia'i lu g thus repri’ffeh'ft'3\b‘llic p r o p o s e d C o n - g t e I, but m u c h g o o J uisy resu l t. PAT o r MEMSCRS OF CO.SCRESS. FroH T iInrfinvG .aoK T e ss. in 1780, in r lu - » t\e , m?trt the -iiti o f M a r c h , ^ 7 9 5 , S e n a - a n J R e p r i s e m a :iv e i r r« e iv e d gach 6 dollt*vi per diem w - r d s i i d s i ^ r i j f o r e ^ r y 3O tnilea tie v r i . F otn ibe fTh-of M a n h, 1795, -w tbe,T 'ti of M « ;ch, 1796, S w i a t o i i received » r n d u H a r i p e r d ie m , .m d s e r r n tio la i i l< r eve r y 2 0 railcfs ■ rese .it.iiv c s of M irrli, 1815, tl e per diem w i s six d o llars, to Sen-^ a to r s a .|d K> presetiU liyC s. F r o m th e 4lh o f D e c e m b e r , 1815*, until ih e 4ili o f M a rch 181 7 , e ic h S e n a 'o r h for Bay cai/ae b u t i i c k n e i s . T h e 'P r e s i d e i i t ^of the S e n » ic pro em Hum eai j h e CO ip e n s a t io n to m eniib braache.i o f C o i i g r e s i , has been e i g h t clol- la r t p e r dtem , e o j eig h t d o lla r s far e v e r y SO n i l e i trav e l. imiffociorc, 1 w a l k e d '^ * thi supporleal by o fficers ihe C ity Hall ;y Hall t h e bodjr w.is re n P a u l’s C n u r c h w h e re religioi i» tc p r o e m p o re, a n d Speakei iliie<rttPntixTrd-^dBlUii».mw>. w ere p 'T l e r j i e c l , a fter wbicl h ich t h e ptc m o v e d , agre# mlily. to - p r f .v i o u s a r e a iw e - neiiiB , iho e g h aeveral o i iJie it r a e ti to F u l ­ to n , s t r i c t w h a rf,. w h er« ti>s c e f fio ivet p l a c ­ ed 0(1 b o il'd t h e tieatn b o l t G a r n m i-rce, lo be conveyed ! • M U d leto w u l, vriicre, ftlrlj M ’Dv>nougii v r a i b u r ie d a few m ^ i h i since. I t i j s t a l e d in th e N e w - Y e r k A d ­ ve r ti s e r . tim ta T e m e r k a b led e ,;ree o f jseri- ouiMMi and t o l e m i b v w a i v e r y a jip a t e n i thro u g n o u l t h e c e r c m o n i ii. T h e [ r w .s ■om etbm ir a b o u t tile th e c h a ta c ie r e f this e x c e llen t offi e r . ih e t i n s p i f e j c-.torra a s well •s r-Tipeci. B r n v e b u t a n o u e n t a t i o b i , firm and co licc ie J , but n iodc-st ind uii.iisu m in g , devoted to th e ifrvit • of Ids c o u n try , but aniiw b le am) afT 'C iionste in ih e p r iv a t e fe­ ta.tons •flifc , Tio p e r s o n ip i k c or tb o y g h t ill o f b iin . H .I Wii u o k c r a a l i y respeidird and b e l o v e d ; tSz the IfcM ea-l a f ii c e to f IrieDd- 0 ip e n s a t io n to m e n c r t of bo th teeraetko. ■ lecaliarly rspngi longer at ■ lots to diieorer, why Fo- Uied the most of spirits in an aged rm, aiocaag« m a lum tbat which budded aad blos- imed io earlier years, iu t io truth, tbeie are ima of Iboaa virtuoao’s, who go aboai aeeUing bon they may Slaadcr, “ wbuaa fast abide not at sene,'’and (ka paths of peace t u r a tbay not known. FOR THR^AXeTTE. T H E M O m T O B , 3 . No p o u t ia more readily cooceuaJ than this, ■perfection ia tbecommoQlolofmaoktndrtodyet, oe would tbiok the contrary w ai thereoaived opia- •o from the Judgameot cemmenly paaaed upon pub- ^ Tjain tbo National Oazetle. ^ A s this I s lan d is now a n o b je c t of poblic attsation,T b < ' follow ing d e taifs tv illb e , p r o ­ b a b ly a c c e p ta b le i* our r e a d e r s : T h e P r e ­ s i d e n t is i acted by the S e n a te ; his office is for life, a n d his revejiu^ i s 20 0 ,0 0 0 fran- p e r y e a r . H « b a . thA H»tU f b n o m inate I s u c c e s s o r , in a letter a d d r e s s e d tb ' th e S e n a te.; b u t th a t body is, h o w e v e r, tree to lali >n< I t m aly y acc o nafarniBate as to f»il in any ___ heitfsro indalgsi treclj th hiw own - ------------ - a then not a t ell strepge, if writi'hi (behld^esiia bo nDkoown-ia*o error,.eatiL resddrt ere wiU* to»lU jW ,i.jnB chM h e ii wiltiilg t« »cknewf- fe t ts Id * not intend to writ n for ■ tivelihoed. ecapiialj, so'neoeisary to bSr pfeoedoMV In* doer hecapiialj, so'neooisary to bA pfeoedofor iB* doer it a new meebanie, shall be omiuetl«'and 1 will non iebve room for criliw, lo show tbeif skill ia -— , „ ceU totratod the time ef tbeu* i opiace from w.faieigii powe^ b i d ^ k j tke blew- ihgi of a kind iPrafideDce t out dhtrntm'i^ccap'** a™ iirbbighoTpil^ tntbefr.'««e^* tb»adi*eti«»# aod the grog-bowl In' too many iaib ...... hon o u r , and a p p e i m i to T k e L e g i s lativ e Pow e r ii a c c u s e the jsse s s c s Ihe la te .; b u t reje c t this o o m in a li >n. 1 P .efsidenu T h e P r e s i d e n t q j S: ex e c u tive p o w e r ; he is the (o.-jtinau o f all ho n o u r , an d a p p e i m i to a l l e m p b y n f S b tl. led betw e e n iuUes;^D& iu ii e s ,p n e fro m jh e lo w n J they* m u s t b e land .ow n e r s , a n d m u st b e 2 3 y e 8 r S o f a g e . T h e y 8 t 6 e l e c t e d fo r 5 y e a r s . T b # elecCofs w h o se ll Oieir v s ies ^ e excTuded frobb alF e m p T o y m eni un d e r G o v e r tf raent. T h e D e p u tjes m e e t ~ ^ ‘ptilJi< 5 % v e r y y e a r a t P o r t a t r_ P rn i n I'eniarQ t o g e th e r 3 T u o n ths. T h e St co m p o s e d o f 34 m e m b e r s , w h o a r c elected for 9 ye a r * b y the C h a tn b w o f D ^ u l i e ^ b y iB B tn s o f trip l e list fw feieb m l u t n o t, ied le o f a n ^ p r e ic a t * f i __ r i e e ; a n d T h e S e n a te is 0 e lecte d by nioins ol cpntaj ■ , ,,.iitato the dame b y l he p rttidei i Senator,; lThft;sentfe is pirticularl^ charged with' oH ihst jEonCelUStbe admipistraliuii, Tt i s * ' permihent bpdy,abd 'ekeb senaior receives' «.jlliiry of 8000 friines. ‘ The lavTs re?.ein- bfe those oTFrance, the Frdhch Civil Code ' ■ ' * ■ ■ \^-flifr .G d d e oT ____ ^ ^ibunaiss'There lat Nalionat^ebboU at eaclx f f the lOdo e C h n a u n ce y , l i e f m o u rijerai^ihe pall b e in g y e a r s I- L I o l ibe !N a v y ,^ F > r o m * ( ^ j | ^Qj] ; itself w i t h t>ubli( i f - stat*. in tloto to the m w «s weH .*s to th e o ld w^irW;'*. .-j th a t the prov inces of T Jpper P c r u ,'l5 t n i a n o V ; u n a n im o u s I n t h r i r reso*iuliom iu tid m prOclaii c la iln to ’ parties sit and telloftlm irunheard of exploits is (h* .m h lt e r i» m a intained b y tbe G o v e r n n ie n l, tio to to the m w a s w e H j last war, ‘ and wbat thay would do «aii» T b u e^beiicjos lb? institUUOll* o f p r iv a t e in d iv id u - tor U e occaaioD. aaiJuV rntTiha' w ell a s M <tbetD<)ticfl*' T. h ere is a Tog far that which they w o l ^ ^ ^ e e d l e s s l y a'psild. s l t u c t l f ; vaccifiaticra hUs b c r n intro d u c e d - TursoDw. 2 3 , 182J. H e i ir y also C s tab lb lied an ocadem y o f jn u - - ------- , i sic p a i n t . n g ; h e b ijili a th e a t r e . •'T h e cowoRESi e r p a h a k a . C s tfio lic 11 the p r e v a ilin g re li g io n ; i t U S ince the app-i-ai-ance o f th e P r e s id e n t’s ih e roHgiofl of the s t a t e , with a hierairchy M e s s a g e , arvoouncittg ibe d e i e m i n a i i o n to sin ,il.,r t o the h i e r a r c h i e s of E u r o p e , — T h e •e n d m tn k i e r , t> fcp r c s e h i A ie U n i t e d a r c tib i, l iu p ’A.ie4ii it a t S t; D o u iio g o , the S l a te s a t the C o n g r e s s o f P a n a m a , co n - form e r cap ital o f H a y .tt. je c t u r e is b u s y a s 16 w h o tho s e jm inislere , ' — — — - ill b e . T h e flam e s p f th r e e distin g u ish e d atesm e n have a lr e a d y been su g g e s e d in _ '^*'e o f 'the c o -ter-* i itself in tb jk u n a n im o u s e n th e ir ret> pro th e w h o le - e a it h , th a t they'w ilh-gO T t^?!* ' them selveg, under their o w n to i u t i t u t i o n ^ ^ ^ la w s , and a u l l i o t j i i e i , that th e y m a y ihidfe-T p i o s t cendw A we.^io the, pyo.-peiity o f * th « nirt'iOQ^The inv io la b l a su p p o r t of th e JCithw o U c lieligiois, and ib« m -xintenance o f th l^ ' - ' 9 s a c r e d rig h t s oi h o n o r , fife. iiL e rty , c q u a liv ty , p r o p e r t y end s e c u ii ty T o c a r r y into ^ e f f e c t this ^ l e r m i j j a t i o n , th e y b i n d tbenjw * ' se l v e s , ihroaigh 'h i s s.ivereig.n i^ jirg e n l a w ,^ ^ lio n , by th e i r live-*, p i ^ e r i y a f l i f ' | a c r e d * ‘ ' J h o n o r . ; . , . * H a l l b f C tc p re s e n tativ e s . A n g u s' 9 , ’l82k« S ig n e d b y Jove M a r i a n o , S e r a n o , id e n t , and b y 47 o tlC i R e p r e s c n tR i XAFJATXTXB’ i s ESNEtOLENdB^, ublisht ~ . TheNorth Star, published at DAnfille,;' ,■ ■Yt. fifmish*i the pqpmutars of the last ’■ generous n e t ofthe N •lion’s Guest on leav* ing the Aiiieriran SBortr. Gen. Wiljiaot Barton, a brave o tfeer o f the* revofiiilpn, ■ wl'o captured the Britiih Gen. Prescott, o n '•jJ Rhgfte Island, bed keen inapriann«ciln th r - j Daiv^ille j a i l for d ebi, upwards ofifairt|er} iri I L a Fayette has opened ihc prison ft teatoredhis oM compatiiion'3r,^‘*3ft he.-Sta t he bod y s P 'T le r ji e c l, a fter w ■ed, d t « St. I lib e r t y .' T lia .S liir w y s .-— ligiou i serw^icev L .. Qpn L a F a y ette had iR r n t tb n te n of-A ^ h t h e p io c e fs io n S e e r o f tTie^revolutioni o n e-nflira copspattw*^. io n s in a r m s, baJ b r e n , for a long p e d i ^ F ' - 7 ^ ipm o n e d for d e b t , a n d alili»u|h c 3 ie-. x J m ill not v is it h ia a in h is c o n finefliei^ sX p t;^ , ft be g e n iroujily .fur»i|fifitl the m e a n sfo^nii';*;*® release,. “ 1 “ In a le tt'T , tu-h te o .o n b o i!ddh A ljP a ftv-i---J d y w in c ,a d d r r fv c c i.lo G en . F le lc lie ? , wHIa..' , w h o m he h a d , w h ile in V e r m o n t, d o n ferreC u p o n ih* swbjtfci, L « P * y r s to e lte lb fe d f» draft,' w lfh a r e q u is l that the IUn) 8 , Tar - w h ic h Geg:,_,Derton w a lconfini«d,,*hoBl 3 bk* p a id . T h i* fe q itrat > a a cqtnplflro f t S b s paid. Tl?-»*fet)i(rat >aa cqraplf andGcb. Etaron wdiliiforped t lu t he^wmt ongera ppi'ener ! With v»lml eniotieOi arprise *nd gratitude this intelligenc«_ w a s receiverd 6y the valiant capIlTi^y o f S i B c d i & a n ” Mncd»B T b e fo llo tr ln g lin e s on th e d e S tb ( M 'D o n o u j b , a x e from th e pea ' of S . O; lorTsfloumiy ipsd ; A. patriot'i b f « folfillwd laoneAtigiu d a ^ J It ix.eaoatk.lxlie voice Af Hesrao isid— Abd ctiltd th y tool, matur* for bliu, s w a j. “ Brilliant t i brief iby I fulfill. Pcescotl. caao tn better imagia scribed.' — - “ The iceoe was rendered nior* tin|» by the- p e o ilk^ydeU c a iM im ipcR l^'' w.^ph the buitns>s was cnaduotcd and tilt ^Ctannoutxced Uy G ^ Fletcher. “ -Many «xcellr*u teiuTmenU \wara ky thoie a*«crablcd tq wit less the ipeaer a n d alfparfi«l|»atedP 4 *H li€aRU sfadiolH rb 5 ^ —^ Expres«il, thas G.-'n. Birton lyalatlit}^ to retarn to his ftjnily, after a lepari*. of-mor« ihan^Sryeart.” When io tliysaffodne c aanlry's *ir«il a tad , Tby banner, wared Ticto*oBa in the sir. TboQ^ilit impute to H««veo Ibe tlonoui d « e d 1 rbaC glory, Mulliplied, awaits thee tbars.'” H i s r e m n iu t arrived a t M id J l r t o w a . oa S a t u r d a y an<i ware la iic rriS in the n f tcr- noon o f lliai d a y * i) b m i l h iry and tim x oh- t r h o n o r s . T h e fufl&iTtI i r r v i c e wai®'p.ef. form e d -by B l*h*p B t o w n e ll, and d u r in g the m o v in g o f the pro c e s s io n t-o the b u r i­ al g r o u n d , m in u A g u n s w ere fired a t the m ilitary academ y , a n d three vollies o f m u s­ k e try w e r e f i r e d over th e g r a v e by th e es­ cort o f c a d e t s . Upper Ftrat, an Tadeptndent RepuZlte. Tranalated'focitMi N atiua^ JoarQ^.fruin tha Ar- , p a s of BueDOis A c t oflu d e p e n d e D O e o f the P r o v in c e s of U p p e r P e r u . • • UCCIiASaTlOH. V*' T h e * sovereign re p r e t p o i i t l o g o f the . p r o v inces of t J p p e r P e r U j d e e p ly pecretri|» lOt, t w i t h the’ a n a g ' t lt f d e a h d : W e i g h T p f ^ It* r e s p o n a ibilityv I'i B e a T e if k f f d the , if in tdeciding t h e destinfes e f th e i r co a s titu* enii^ lB s v e d iV e M e d tf a e m s r iv flT a l t jja f - tiality and p r f v a tp 'f e e li n g s a t th e , justice, and h ave ardent^ implored tlw *13 of t f e G rgaf A rdiiyeci Of tire t t iitvffge fit- forming It j u f l deciiionj^CtohlciauV of of good fjitb, jw.ice, and Care- ______ wlSi r-sf t h e i r R e p r e iD b tetij^^i, ful d a l i b e r a i i o n on if a e t f ^ r e s e n t r e i i ^ t!<n^ thky d e c la r e tft t h e n a m e a n d w ith \ ‘ ■ R e p r e iD b te tiv no Ion| i ^ e e r a . \ the btsignw Free Prewi . xois oar TBt coisiT. 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