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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 January 1840

? . - . ( Wlsrfer .- JkJ A, J., IB )Jr - A, V, II . II . . .-. . jar . i.e ranii 11m. Mroiin n ran. , , , , r ..,, " fea - - -- . . II I .-M jnmJgJBmM fcJWgMCMMH iWty-lE JWMTf-l TWM 1 1 Ji III - - . Mil TO Richard iVugeiit, Editor The whole art ok Government consists in thwart op jjeing iionest. Jefferson. VOL. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, JANAJR-Y 15, 1340. -if 9r. JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. TERMS. Two olln?ier annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly, oiid if not paid before (lie end o the year, Two dollars and a "half. Those who r. reive their pa pore by a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprietor, "will be charged 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. LCfAdvertisemcntsnot exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted throe vcelc?' for one dollar : twonty-fivc cents for every subsequent insertion ; larger ones in proportion. A lrf)cral discount will be made to ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 January 1840

raFERSONIAN REPUBLIC1 AN. A j 5, - 4 :fersonian republican rd, Pa. Jauttavy 15, IS 10. 10 in advance: $2.25, naif yearly ; and $2,50 if not paid beloic lac end of the year. P0R. PRESIDENT : Williaza Henry Harrison or oiiio. TOH VICE PRESIDENT-: Jolm Tyler, OF VIRGINIA. TO OUR PATRONS. Before you is the first number of the long talk ed of -and long expected Jejtersonian Rccptblitan ! The delays, inconveniences, and disappointments, which have met us at every point in our endeavors to give existence to this healthy looking bantling, greatly exceeded our expectations ; hence the rea son why it did not make its appearance sooner. Custom has. rendered it the first duty of an edi tor in establishing a political paper, to give an ex position of his principles, or rather, the princi ples by which he will be governed in the conduct of tho Press under his control. Now, this custom lias its evil as well as good results, for, young edi tors, that is, those who have never entered the thorny path...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 January 1840

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN". 4 AmsTocnACT. One or the correspondents of a The Mokmoxs. It"is ki.own that tlie Mormons, leading Van Buren paper (die Baltimore Republi- after leaving Missouri, repaired to this State, and can,) writing from Washington .says, of General remaiucd the last winter in Quincy and this ncigh Hariison : "Gtve lam a barrel of hard cider, nnd . boihood, and that during the past summer theypur- a pension of $2000 a a year, and our word for it he chased a large tract of land at the head the Des will sit Ihc'remamdcr of his days in a Loo Cabin, by Moines rapids of the Mississippi, on both sides of a sea coal fire, and study moral hhilosophy." Theie the river, including the towu of Commerce. We Is a touch of aristocracy in the above sentiment, ueonl coming from a friend ol Van liurcn, mat is more recently to Ins lnend in tins county, giving some prevalent among the Van Huron leaders than the further particu'ars which may be found interesting. e arc aware of. lhcre is a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 January 1840

JEFEERS ONIAN REPUBLICAN. afiansnr MISCELLANEOUS. SPORTS ON NEW-YEAR'S DAY BV J. K. PAULDING. " Cold and raw the north winds blow, Bleak m the morning e?rly ; All the hills are corered with snow, And winter's now conic fairly." Winter, with silver locks and sparkling cicles, now gradually approached, under cover or his northwest winds, his pelting storms cold, frosty mornings, and bitter, freezing nights And here we will take occasion to express our obligations to the popular author of the Pion eers, for the pleasure we have derived from ins Happy delineations of the progress ol our seasons, and the successive changes w)iich mark their course. All that remember their youthful days in the country, and look back 'with tender, melancholy enjoyment upon their slippery gambols on the ice, their Christmas pies, and nut-crackings by the cheerful fire side, will read his pages with a gratified spi rit, and thank him heartily for having refresh c d their memory with the half-effaced recollec...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 January 1840

L . f - ; Iticbard ft'ngcnt, Editor The whole art of Goykknment consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. VOL. STROUDSBtTRG, MONROE COUNTY, PA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1840 No. 2. JEFFERSONPAN REPUBLICAN. TERMS- Two dollars per aimuitfin advance Two dollars naJ a quarter, half yearly, and if riot paid before the end of ; .it. ve.tr, Tw a dollars and a half. Those who receive their pti crb by a earner or stac drivers employed by the proprietor, t ill be charged 37 1 -2 els. per year, extra. No payors discontinued until all; arrearages arc paid, except t the option of the Editor. JD"A Ivcrliycinents not exceeding one square sixteen linos) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar : twentv-nvc cents fir c cry subsequent insertion; larger ones in proportion. A iiberat discount will be made to yearly advertisers. rr?AU letters allressed to Uie Editor must be post paid. JOBPRiafTEVCr. jla in? a vaeral assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we are prepared to execut...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 January 1840

Jfi3ER86NIAN REPUBLICAN, JEFFERS ONIAN REPUBLICAN troulbuixr, Pa. January 31, 1840. Terms, 3,00 in advance,- $?.25, half yearly-; and $2,50 if not paid bofoic the end of the year. I'OR PRESIDENT; Gea. William IFesiry Harrison, OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRESIDENT-; -John Tyler, OF VIRGINIA. (Hp3 The date on our outer form should have been Fn'ifoy, January 31, instead of Wednesday. Alinon II. Reed, was on Tuesday of last week elected State Treasurer, by the Legislature, in the place of Daniel Sturgeon, Esq. elected U. S. Se nator. Whig- Meeting in Northampton County. -A. Whig county meeting was held at the Court House in Easton on the 21st inst., of which Peter S. Mich ler, Esq. was chairman, Henry Dcsh, Wru. Sher lock, P. F. B. Schmid, A. B. Longshore and Sa muel Russell were vice presidents, and John Shouse and James A.-Gordon secretaries. The .Easton Whig, says: "The assembly was all that our most sanguine friends could have ex pected or wished. Full representations were pre sent from ever...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 January 1840

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. giatc tlfbts'out of the public lands. Let this Con fess look to it, or ihcy will not find their scats m the next Congress. Classification- of Senators. In the Se nate on the 12th hist., accordingto the provi sions of the amended constitution the Senators proceeded to draw for the classification, which resulted as follows : JjlRST CLASS IN 1810, John B. . Stcrigere, Thomas E. Cochran, A "brahatn Shortz. SEGOND CLASS, 841. Henry S. Splickmannioinas Williams, Find lay Patterson. THIRD CLASS, 1S42. John C. Fulmer, Robert "Elcrning. The Senate now stands as follows :. Senators whose terms expire in 1840 Samuel Stevenson, Philadelphia Hcnrv Myers, Delaware. Wm.T. Roge., Bucks. John Miller, Berks. ,v - James A. Caldwell Lancaster, ;;JSk James M. Bell, Huntingdon. v Charles Frailcy, Schuylkill, . John 13. Sterigere, Montgomery. ; Thomas E. Cochran, York. Abraham Short2, Northampton. , g. Senators whose terms expire in 4841. Michael Snyder, Philadelphia county. , Ebe...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 January 1840

teTERS'ONlAN REPUBLICAN. i iinuM mi i iMMg3n.iiliiiiJJW---v' n'imjwiJ . j - 1 mIeT,- The followiug eloquent passage, describing ihc progress of Christianity throughout "the . crld, will be read with interest at the festal Christianity hosclf moves in acvance of her nwo p.ivilizatiou: and does not wait the tardy ierAtip,G,;nJ holds tho world's destiny in her hands, she has undertaken, as a specific object, and as her own proper work, the reclamation not of provinces or of continents, but of all nations; all the millions of humanity, Possessed dy this au gust idea, an idea infinitely surpassing , in the grandeur of its concepiion, every project of ambition, every dream of universal empire, she has surveyed the enterprizc from all its points. She has marked out with astonishing boldness and precision her plan of operations and moves to its execution with a fixed and steady eye: with boundles eenrgy, with'boundlcss and inex tingnishable faith. Already she is in occupa tion of the state ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 February 1840

i , ' niiM-i ii iih-TrnrrTTTTggitTriirrTTriM iiii iiiir m - - - 'jt The whole art op GuvihN'rinNT consists in the art or being honest. Jefferson and PnSlIabcrl STROUDSBURG, MONROJJ COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1840. No. 4. msPDnxcutui1 JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. . RMS. Two dollars per annum in advanceTwo dollars quarter, uaix ycany, ana ii not nam iciorc mc cna oi by a earner or stage drivers employed by the proprietor, naocrs papers discontinued until all; arrearages arc paid, except be mscrtel three weeks for one dollar : twenty-five cents u uuuuiu v in m.iui; ij i;u-i iy outuiuat;. . v v 7;. . "r.iT.j JOB PRfPHV. uicntai Typc-we arc'prcparcu to execute every ucs- -fiSr cnntion O! BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, .fee. POETKY. THE WIDOWS ONLY SON. BY H. F. GOULD. Sleep on my babe end in thy dream Thy father's face behold, Thr.t lu c again may warmly beam From eyes now dark and cold. ll.swoatcd fond embrace to give, " i To smile as once he smiled, " .Agam let all the futhor live, i- Hlt To L1...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 February 1840

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. -.' i".ra JEFFERS ONIAN REPUBLICAN StroHrtsbus-ff, Pa. Febrttar? 14, IS iO. Terras, $2,00 in advance; $2.25. naif yearly : and $2,50 if not paid be.o.c ttic end oi me year. POR PRESIDENT . Gun. William Henry Harrison, OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRESIDENT . JFoIm Tyler, OF VIRGINIA. Temperance; Much .has been said,;and(much I all rbso that of Bachus. When order was again may yet be. said, in this community, on the subject restored, old Satan cried, 1 Nojr let the feast be- of Intemperance, therefore while the wine bibbers, gin 5, , water swiggers and tobafeco-chewers turn-UR,tlieir And suddenly on every side, , , . . . y. i xrSAu Most spacious Rar-rooms'opcn'd round offended noses at the dogmas or efforts of 'each o- inCHodious sound. ther, to the .certain advantage of tho whiskey- Fell full and sweet upon my car. iuuia aim inu mutaju ui tuu iuara i" "uu; Tlio least went on. and as l stood srazincr. one ing Bachus, with the old serpent at their head piacet the sparkli...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 February 1840

! Ljuay '-m- v-n - i-uppmimp;-"! nm n i n 1 11 itiibiit iftixxijigiiijijijujij limll i iiiiiiiii iiiitiMiJJBaMJCuguui'ia ' -rrrM3MiirMirMiiiij - - -TWW JEFFERS0N1AN REPUBLICAN, him, dashed off at full speed. Two gentlemen I- ' 1 ! . 1 nlll. m surprise iouowjed until tncy reacnuu um street, where they found the dismounted horse man lying on the road side, in a state of insen sibility, and a man and a woman chafing his temples, and rubbing his hands, in order to re store him. The unfortunate man had received a severe wound with a heavy blunt instrument, on the side, of the head, and the thumb of his right hand was broken a heavy club was lying on the ground. The man and woman wore ques tioned and said they had perceived the carriage driving on at a rapid rate, and the single gentle man in pursuit,.and the moment the latter came up with the vehicle, -he struck atone of the par ties within with a club. 'Phe gentleman in the carnage then snapped a ptsioi in me lace oi tne rider, but it m...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 February 1840

JEFPE RS ON IAN REP UBLICAN. i MISCEIXANEOUS. TIT FOR TAT, t)k THE COQUETTE PUNISHED. By S. Woodworth.) ' .Ellen was fair and knew it too, As other village beauties do. Whose mirror never lie ; Secure of any swain she chose, She smil'don half a dozen beaux, And reckless of a lover's woes, She cheated these, and taunted those, For how could any one suppose A cloicn could take her eye. But whispers tlirough the village ran, That Edgar was the happy man L The maid design'd to bless : For wheresoever moved the fair, The youth was like her shadow there ; And Rumor boldly match'd the pair, For village folks will guess. Edgar did loVe but still delayed To make confession to the maid, So bashful was the youth. Burlct the flame in secret burn, Certain of meeting a Teturn, When from his lips the fair should learn Ofhcially the truth. At length, one morn, to taste the air, The youth and maid, in one horse chair, A long excursion took ; Edgar had nerved his bashful heart, The sweet confession t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 February 1840

11 t n Richard Nugent, Editor - The whole art of Goveiwmext consists ik the ART.fjjr being honest. Jefferson. t aaid Pnbllslier ? VOL. I. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA, FjRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1840. No. 5. JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly, and if not paid before the end of .the year, Two dollars and a halt Those who receive their pa "pere by a earner or stage drivers employed by the proprietor, will be charged 37 1-2 ct. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until an; arrearages arc paid, except &l the option of the Editor. lO'Aavcrtiscmenls not exceeding one square (sixteen linos) irill be inserted three .weeks foj; one dollar : twenty-five cents for even subsequent insertion ; larger ones in proportion. A liberal discount will be made to yearly advertisers. K7AIl letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. job PRirvTmo. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we are ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 February 1840

3EFFJ3RSON1AN REPUBLICAN. Prom the Temperance Journal. TEMPERANCE INTELLIGENCE. GLORIOUS NEWS FROJI IRELAND. Tho English and Irish papers ate filled with tr.ost surnrisitio- nronunta nf tlm nrtrnaa nfTnm. rerance in Ireland. It appears to have resulted chiefly from the labors of the -Rev. Mr. Matthew, a Tho Irish Heart'is wrotichl up to the hishest pitch enthusiasm, and thousands on thousands press the place of siph'ature to the pled, so that the jjkuh! iraauunu upun anouicr. in a snort period CO and 70,000 have enrolled themselves under the . j i i " pledge of total abstinence. On such a subject, which almost snrnnssns hn.iif and xvl.n ontlin. siasmit is to be feared takes the nlaeo nf snhrr .judgment, we arc glad to have something on which 1 - . . . we can rely. This is furnished in a letter from Richard Allen, Secretary of the Irish Temperance Union, to Mr. Delavan, dated 11th Nov. From this we learn the following important particulars, That the enthusiasm on the subject, in the ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 February 1840

JEFFKRSOJNIAN llEFUBLiCAN.. 1 11 i i ! ii ir in nnnp ann nvunr Thinn .--. trnm O I 1 . J ww .-- -I 1 " , -WW - J I Kilt lot ha t.iko a tnttr rf tl TTni'frt.l Stntpa ank, connected with the State ol Pennsylva-1 resumption of specie payments. The BanlcBili 1L KinPR Its rhnrfor litr ill.. T.nrrielnttirA nt that I vmuv uu ill uiu.i, nxi. J. caiouu w wiu ciiau.- Frtm the Pennsylvanioilnqinrcr. FROM HARRISBURG. Feb. 15. In the Senate to-dav, a number o petitions were presented against the premature by the Lcgisla . r Tfi . . V 1 . from that source to every individual ot tnis i - :ir: . i .i -. ii - .. -. .?I 1 1 T) -v QfnA n r IIjU &U 4.1-V- X i:iIIIL.LlUll - w w w t i" J O w 011 ......- ; -.11 IT J -.-. A Tillistrio f T"lrtl1cW. -i N ?- ihA f .rt mmnn u'nn I ff I i r 1 JnTir rIIfi;f CLlLIil IU AV v-4i w-a w, xsi.w i V ClH- 7 fa "w -w - . - - - the otale lor internal improvements, a cer- A 1 ,tl. . n sum at 4 Dei ceuu, uuu lu-uuuy aii utv was ssp.il hv tho Lorislature. authorisinjr th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 February 1840

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. i mi'iTicjiiT-WTir'iMietgr3trrr4 MISCEIXAtflBOlJSv 'I HE CHARMS OF A FARMER'S LIFE. Mr- Coleman certainly deserves great credit '( r his exertions in the agricultural cause. It undoubtedly the great and vital interest of the country, and the more attention is drawn to it the better for us all. In his address late deliv ered before a Society at Concord and truly elegant as well as sensible discourse it is we have the following passage on what may be cal led the poetry of his profession ; a little of flour ish we acknowledge, but founded essentially on strict truth. " What a means of imparting pleasure is an improved agriculture. How many charming examples present themselves among us of mi provemonts which every eye gazes upon with unmingled delight. Let a man aocording to his power, take his ten, Ins twenty, his fifty, las hundred acres. Let him comb the hair, and wash the face of nature. Let him subdue, clear, cultivate, enrich, embellish it. Let him smooth ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 February 1840

1 Licttard Nugent, Editor Tub whole aivt o Government consists in the art op being honest. Jefferson. . W. e Wit, Fftblishcr. rOL. I. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 1840. No. 6. JEFFERSONIAN JIEPUBLICAN. RMS. Two dollars per annum nr ad vancc Two dollars Iho r-hnTTri 37 1-2 ct-s. ner vcar. extra. bv p nax?rs Ijsjnt'aued until all; arrearages arc paid, except kc option of the bmtor. Ivrrfij-oinents not cxcecdinc one square (sixteen lines) be werlc 1 three weeks for one dollar : twenty-five cents rvcrv suDsciucni insertion ; larpcr ones m proporuon. a -U discount win oe maac 10 yeany advertisers. PAH leitcrs addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB FRIXTIiVr. fewinc a central assortment of lanre clcsant plain and orna- I mental Type, we arc prepared to execute every des- cription of mxrcls, Circulars, mil ucaus, noics, SlanK Receipts, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER PAMPHLETS. &c. Enntcl with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. POETEY. From the Political Re...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 February 1840

JEFFJERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. From the Harrisburg Telegraph. THE PUBLIC LANDS Wp think there is an argument in tlm following : uicle from the National Intelligencer that appeals . o AimniW in thp. common sense as it does to tlie i rlst --ftf riw.rv PcnnsvlvemtttV. The people of the state can here see what they have absolutely iost oy-iue unjusi poncy o unntinnnl administration. Dauphin county, accord ing to the census of 1830, has lost one hundred and - nine thousand aaiiars, uuu w as no nijuam.v, hoino- nnn ftf the counties of Pennsylvania. Berks tmn hundred ihoasand dollars. Philadelphia upwards; q four .hundred- thonsanWf ... 1 i - . . -. 1 ? ......... ,.t .V. l Wo Hrk I dollars, ana oiner counties i (jwpuiuuii.''- not say that the land trtll-oi iur; oiay wouw.iwu thrown these immense sum3:frectly.;..mtQ:the rmmtv treasuries:' but if .the- stato .had;received ! them,-the necessity . of. .taxaiiyn to that .amount Iip'oji ' nvnided. so that- the. Idss, if not direct, lias been indirect...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 February 1840

JMFERS0N1AN REPtBLiMft. FROM 'WASHINGTON": Feb. 34. It is very provable that there Will be some warm work in the Housed Ilepeescmatives in the course of the present weok, as it is deter mined bv the administration, as I am told, that the Harrison among theBdckeves. ThcOhio Siato Journal of the 31st tilt, says The tide is turning in earnest. A number of recent Van Buren men oi Stark and v avne had sent us a letter, which we received this morning, direct New Jersey contested election shall be Drought to ug tQ secure 00( quarters for them on the a close before next Saturday iugiit. j 23d Converts are always welcome and they i.ne suojeci is now uuiu.o - .ii u,v mmrtprs lution to nrinf that resolut on will probably bo a- stlal1 e quarteis. mindof Kio Iningtho naked question before In Ross county there is a great rally among the House- 'which ot the two aeiegauons iroiu , me ieuow soiuiers uuu ciuacus m uiu uug wau- Js'ew Jersey shall be elected,' and the result can V l.. I... .4.. ,.1,11...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 February 1840

J3BFFERS0NIAN REPUBLICAN. RE! MISCELXAiEOUS. In the New Orleans Picayune of the 24th "iilt. w e find the following cclcstiul effusion, Vhose aching Melancholy cannot be surpassed : A WERRY SERIOUS REFLECTION. I'se.just a bin a thinkin, Jim, That is, as how as if' That ere celestial nation, Jim, Should keep up this ere iriiff; I says 1'se bin a thinkin, Jim, Vot a hawful time there'll be Ven the uniwarsal vimen sex. Can't invite themselves to Tea ! Yen the green and black's all drunk, Jim, And the hison, ' old" and ' young ;' Ven the 'gunpowder's' gone off, Jim, 'Imperial and soushong V Yen the kittles sing no more, Jim, And the tea pots is put by, Viththe chaitey cups, and the silver spoons, And Vhe dtiier Crockery .' Vot vill them ladies do, Jim, Vot like their dish of chat, I'm -worry much afraid, Jim, They all am dished for that. 1 ihink's on it with pain, Jim, And the vimen folks look blue, For they can't chat over coffee, Jim, An' don't know vot they'll do. Segars is Werry pood...

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