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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 August 1837

(VAN ocn couNTitv our coc.vtky's interest nd our country's fr EV1)S. aai cb it-j tol tiftj et B i ivef m &4 III', l0 181 RROOKT1LLG, FUAIiLlA COUNTl", IXDIAXA, FRIDAY, AiGl'ST 8, 1837. VOL. V. IVo. 30. op THE AMERICA V. . . A. ,nc i'i.nit in six months; or $3,00 at .rvMtinn of tl.eyc:.r Th3 Editor will dis c i KltrissiTS. Twelve luiHB,or less, will b. rted .ce or throe times, tor one dollar, and ii n rlnrfed f.treach additional msertioiiiiw will pe . THE TIMES. This letter wil. sentiments of esteem with u WISE AM) THE TEMPERANCE We ore indebted to the Maryland Tctn er.llire. II t il.I Tor the following letter from tin' II Henry A. Wise a name never to l)c, nl..(l'll!''U " KIV 'i"iitiii uiruilUHIUll ,! misrule without repect frnirtlM'tt tllC which he ' regarded; and the friends ol tin; great "iMC, ii which he has manifested j (tt'-p 'i interest, may well rejoice at the act esion o( s bold, eloquent, an I disinterest ril .hi iidvorafe. 1 1 will be seen that Mr. W'fe. n'iii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 August 1837

Oil AT I OX Di-ling) ?d at Itlonmiwr Grorr. Franklin County, Juhr Uh, 17. Fellow -Citizens: We have assembled Freedom was their object an J their object they were determined to execute. Thej looked upon the vastness of the terrors of dei.th n matter of little consequence when compared with the liberty of their country. ! his day under the bright, auspices of heaven A net the V alor, the toil, the blood nndlhc lor the purnose of celebrating the present an- tnumpus 01 tnese iiiimnous patriots secureo nivorsarv of American inde nendence vc are truly thankful to that being in whose! tliat glorious gem of freedom, more precious i ,nrj, v-will unfold thy destiny the destinies of worlds .hut trtan the blood of Patriots. ju ;i n5k that belongs to jou Liet us look for hands are reposed we are privileged on this ever memorable day to appear l the altar of liberty and pay th.it tribute of respect to our heroic forefathers who so deservedly merit it for their gallant services in the field of ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 August 1837

1 CANDA CORRESPONDENCE. Of all the totes siren i-i V.uiAi cimly, W., on 7 .Mo.W'.y 'g-'- - wr E.I. H'.. If I y . .. 1 1 . Kit - . io see m some vmrnoan papers, an attempt , moAemenis in Lower Canada in icrty. and for (lie same princip! ! U!" ' ll'ers I77G. This Canada U me ol. American question, only oemnbnul a . much stronger ease. We are bullied and entened here by so!dier, , arm H? ti e patnot? of Bostor,, w:o folIht ;iftervVnri!j at Rnnker II.II. What we ask is an Exeru- me council, which England positively refu- ses, out which we have a right to have of our own choice and election, not a Council fixed upon us, l,y strangers to us thousands of mile? name of Ilenrv Clay, will examine liie rmrtl From it.-; occasional Correspondent.) culars of the last election, and learn wherein MOXTREit ) Wallace j Dumoiit U, Ooctriwr It lini'd V, Pepper 2-i A ri Ujnittt loi Cong''1' X 3 j S ' r: j j V " E ; ? i - , o. w i ! ' I I 5 1! TVolicc. ! AOTICEOP i m-wm ttr n . t . . ... I 7J - I . "Juh ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 August 1837

HFRI.VB and Ol.7lI3Si 0HV5. soda Water & Syrup. K subscribers have received (con-. Pittsburgh, j railTH subscriber would rcsptctiuliy inform the JL Baltimore, Philadelphia and New-York, i JL Ladies and Gentlemen of Brookviile and vitheir assortment of Spring and Summer Onons. . cir:it-, that tliis delig-litfttl beverage can be had at oonsistin-r in pjil of the foiK"inur articles, namely; j ,j8 fjpig ."Store on the liast side of the public Cloth-!, cassimeres and cassinets. assort colors j square, Brookviile. T. K CNN 1)1). V. Monmouth and Kentucky jeans, lied, green and j J(Ie 1-th, 1S17. 24-tf vhite tltnnels. Rose Ac saddle bhnkets. B.aCit,, : JRIrti. ifl: tlifiiir. I'aiiit. Ac. 1 Ar S. I l Al.lt keep on hand a general as- 31 K.irtm.Mit of the f nwnur articles, winch ahle ! they will fell nt wholesale or retail, at the Cm I cinnati price? liied Baleuinti's drop Codi'rey "s cordial Brit ish oil Castor 'o Sweet do Oil spiko K.ilsam life Poet. D. Jayne's Carminitive lialsa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 August 1837

OCR COUNTRY OCR COCNTRYS INTEREST XD OUR COITNTRv's FRIENDS. nr C. F.CL1KKSIK-V. IIIiOOKYILLiE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, FRIDAY, ALGUST 18, 1837. VOL. V. IVo. 31. TERMS OP THE AMERICA. .rfrince "?.5' n 'x months; or $.t,nO at Uieratio" of tl.e yetr. Tha CdiU,r will dn, Inttnus subscription at his option. wr".-r-elve linger less, will b, .wert-cl once or throe times, for one dolly, and .Jo ten ;s will be ctiarvu n.iuv.. ......... - THE TIMES. From the Philadelphia Couriir. YOU Til. li inflation o"Xioht, by .Vontgomery. BV MISS tCCY 8FTMOVR. Youth is the time for Thought, When q nck is feelings thrill, And sad experienca his not bro't On the warm heart its chill; Cli! then remen.hcr Him whose light, Alono cm g i trd thy steps aright. Youth is the time Jo mould The character for heaven, Ere yet tho plastic mind grows cold, Tlia impress should be given; AnJ ths fair seal of spotless truth, ..:J future li ss, be set in ycuth. Youth is the time to trnce Tb3 p'lce of science o'er. Era years with b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 August 1837

THE TIJIES. from lhe Globe. PRINTERS' DERI'S POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. The alarm which the loading bank presses exhibit at a It Iter of th" Postmaster General to th ; late Editors of the Metropolitan, has induced us to give some attention to the subject. The letter is as follows, viz: Post Onire 'D 1 p'irtmrni.) Apfil 18th, 1837. 5 Gentlemen ! tlulv received vour note with the Metropolitan of the 20th ult., and hare carefully considered the proposition contained in the article to which it alludes. It is practicable, throu'di the m.-whinerv I of this Department, to receive small sums of ' Y i it -. t" money in one part of the United States, and pay theni in another an operation which, in fact, it is daily performing. If authority w,,s given by law. and the force of the Department were adequate., increased, the dues of ( - - - t. h.i.ii.hv, uiii ii such a plan be adopted, its benefits should be extended to every class of the communitv sm.tted. Lut if.or which is in the habit of remittin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 August 1837

A ME U IC AN. BROOKVILLE, IIV D I A I A. WV" th:St? expect toobtain : n increased nttmhorofmpml,..,.. r n . Kentucky. Indian,, nnd TenC hav w The Circuit Court convenes at Brookville on Monday next. Cosgressiok.il. We have 'received the returns from this Congressional District, (nil official except Ripley, but which is believed to he correct.) We only give the majorities. Hereafter vc will ti've the full vote." Lane Riis'i Docnftir Franklin Switzerland Ripley Dearborn 282 282 Dana 3S3 375 51 321 1SG 1316 282 Dunn's majority, 1034 Governor. From ail the information we cun obtain, we are of tlie opinion that Wallace's majority for Governor will he fiom C,m to 10,000. It will he seen that as far as iwrihis majority is about 8,00! What will be the complexion of the next Legislature relalire to Internal Improvement, (it bein the only question at issue.) we arc unable to MV at tiiis time. Kentucky. Twelve of the Congressional districts in Kentucky have been heard from, it whirl) 12 whig? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 August 1837

Soda Water & Syrup. -lf!rtJ insi! SMlMKll tiOtHIS. finUE subscribers have received from Pittsburgh, j rgllHE subscriber would respectfully inform the H i..i Ii..u,t.ilnl:i i iVew-York.i H I.ndicq and Gentlemen of Brookville nnd vi- w a I, ituw , ...t--... - - . . .. , . cinitv, that tins iteiigliliui oeverasre can o nu his Drug -Store on the Hast s.de of the public Brookville. I . KKiNkiJA i . n iieacncu assorted colors. and Russia. Table in-wred and plain. Irish, 1 wined i;r ao,rtniiiit of .Sarins and S innir lmd consisting in part of thrs following articles, namely: Cloths, cassi meres and csssinets. assorted colors Monmouth and Kentucky jeans. Red, green and white flannels. Rose cc saddle blankets. Black, brown and claret merinoes, plain and figured. Cir,ihj ..f various colors. Rrovvn and bleached ,..niiiiTj n:l shirtings. Brown cotton "drills. Canton rlien ThIiIa ilia ,eis. li-.v.ew, cotton .,.,1 ll.ior oil clotii. :..., Kri'tich nid Russian, linen Unrr-n.n. Cambrics...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 August 1837

flMBDM.Mll AMQESnJUCDAM 4 our cnirxTttv our country's interest and our country's FRIENDS. mtOOKTILIiG, riMAKLSA COIWTIT, INDIANA, F2SIMY, Al'Gl'ST 25, 1837. VOL. V. Wo. 32. of thp riruria ne I .1 i e. ; . J " "u'suiitiH v isi imc as uie course f'-rrr t; k .""-. p.- an. th. cm. TKRHS HPTHH AMERICA V. tM rttfon of iM-rtc-t'nortlitim-!", for nn dnlKr. and 25 "elves over the falls of the Niagara ! Th Ana"ri!l bechtrjea mrewn imiuionai insertion r . T I . t til . '"...wriDtion t lii option. rv"r n me Illinois, rushed trie torrents "',trKKr:10wwHtW:or Ipw, w ill he UuU now " thousand miles distant, pour lliem- THE TI.TIES. CUICVGO. TVt,,vn 's l,eJ,:,,''"""y situated nt the south i(trv corner 01 i.aKe Michigan, at the mi''i oft'iiicago Kivrr. Oil the right, roil ft the ' at t,,,e r'v'-rs mouth, stretrhejabeau iAil' iH'nt h of several miles extent, on t'e left, within a few rods of the c ity.comm,.n'fS a fore-t (when the writer saw it) liter- B- Murk wil'i pilous, which as they were mi an I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 August 1837

TME5 TJMES. IN I K!IN Vl.JMl'IiUVEJIENT. The election is past. and a popular hohby will no longer be needed by office-seekers and those who hold party triumph more dear than their country's good : and wo now call on every editor, to examine, carefully and impartially, the. system of interna! improvement, andict from an enlightened -understanding, not from blind prejudice, from a spirit of opposition to enterprise to cveryr thing that 4'ives true greatness and grandeur ton people a rpirit which e,xist among a certain sot of drones to a m;-at extent. e propose to mike the suhjet oi internal improvement our principal theme iiil the next session of the legislature, to draw firts from all siutlientic ources to which we have access, and endeavor to throw such beams of light upon the whole matter as will e.naldc. our attentive reader5', should another demagogic office-seeker come among them, and teii them they have been cheated intoMhc support of the system, against their own interest, to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 August 1837

A MB II I CAN. BROOKYITiliE, I IV I I A IT A. FRID4T, ACGITST 25, I83T. Candidates for Justices. Jas. Samuels and Samuei Goudie are condidates for the office of Justice of the Peace in Springfield in place of Jacob . Fansset, resigned. In Fairfield, Jas. M'Manus is a candidate for the eamc office, in place of Redin Osborn, resigned. In Blooming Grove, John T. Williams, Wm. Hubbard, in ;dace of John Allen, resigned. (rThe Circuit Court has been in session in this place since Monday. On the bench, Miles C. Eggleston, president, ard John Quick, associate, (over vacanay occasioned by the resignation of Jude Mount.) There has been little business of importance, consequently very little excitement; few people in attendance, and few lawyers from other counties. A young fellow by the name of Williams, was tried for stealing five dollars from the bar of Mrs. Adair, and sentenced to one year imprisonment in the State priEon and $10 fine. "Two ijcars old, ycarling."-Ve were presented on Monday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 August 1837

KIISCaELEiAAEOIJS. From the A. Y. Weekly Messenger. GOD IS EVERY WHERE. "Whereas God! I ask the child Of form ant feature fair; 'God! she replied in accents mild Why, Godjis every where.' Does lie not reign in yonder sky. In yonder starry-region fair? fhe made nie still the same reply Why God is every where:' Does be creation's bounds then fill. As tho bright heaven there! The artless creature answered 6till 'Why God is every where!' Yes, child! he's here and he's above He sees thy every care: lie knows thy heart, he knows thy love My child, he's every where! ' I .11-11. M AND Great. Little. They call Van Buren "Little Dutchman." How Absurd! In JEsop's small and de formed body dwell a erc.it soul, his admired fables prove this. jVupoteon, though little of body, rose from obsrurity by his superior talents to wield the Empires and Kingdoms of Europe. Therefore Van Buren, be not dismayed. Show us greatness in thy actions, and we sure I v will chII ihee great! Great Alexander of Micrrio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 September 1837

S IJiTEllEST Dlr C. F. ' x " " "UK COUNTRY S FRIEMW - ; OPR COBNTRY OUR COUNTRY w a v v. a1 TERMS OP TIIR AMERICAS. $ n advance $ -50 iu six months; or $3,00 at the etpiration 01 me year, i tie Editor will dta continue subscription at his option. AnnsitTiasMEXTs. Twelve lines, or less, will be inserted once or tlire times, for one dollar, and 25 cent will be chirked tor each additional insertion THE Tl.TIES. ! 1 l State uuk.-rronaoij it !8 not known to all tUe readers of the Amcrfcan that tLere is a certain pirty endeavoring to create an excitement in favor of depriving our State ol her charter at the ap proaching- session ot the Legulature.. In order to let our readers know whit, is going on, we quote the following' article from the Indianian, C. V Ilutchcn, Uditor.- State Bank. It may by some, probably leetecmedt sacrilegious in us to suggest tha the Legislature should not legalize the We al proceedings ol the estate Bank of Indiana and branches, t hough they may Lave presented a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 September 1837

nervous system loses its equipoise, and to l jnonprodncing class is too numerous. Ihe ! hive is too fulloi arones. n cat, wuuc uu.. up 01 ?x- ... i " J i i , .,., thn i .:iii,!-rs of nowcr, bpfp" n - i vimnin i.iiL lmii w i i i j , . . t . . " i i " . i. . ftioithf muscular fibre is maoe THIS Ti.i"'. but to the men woo nave i. ...... ,i;or.,. r tl.o lir- few work. Uur young men are crowing hhroi artifice, and now endeavor to irain-. laxct. ar.u m - - i c .,,, ;. Divines. Gentlemen, T.1C I..vTC EI.KCTION. i. ,7,:r r,acoSbv corruption. In the I'eo-1 ta.es of the w.ii 1 he eem p. nee s . ... ... . - two last , . . - . . ii- ,i: : !!,:. ,i,r -.ir unit i onravea Iiil UKS. 1 1 c ni l v extern V, u;gs have given uicir iuv;a- ,! Indiana. me corrupuoius.s .i ... ; . , ,r(.I;;M,,i disarray cepdd) are all use!ul, when limited in nun - hroughout th I nlon a strong cvic.-nce.,,,,, have found, and ul, t.iui. none o.ner i.i.m ' imT,.,. roinatm:H her. But the learned professions are gorged. volioi....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 September 1837

.from their annffsfincn iff t . i i r.lncfc.i,o ' .i . , , ia!1 "!" "i nanus F or J Usui is i!" ' I j-r.t... r d,e arc comb-! ates for the office of Jus-, the close or which some dozen or fifteen colored I save ourselves the trouble cf AiriiMdnSamuel t.,,.,,1,; Persons got .up a row of their own, which ended in our leaders . with muiil.fod nrcmr.u -f Jas. HTM . i k r i . nd robber ua "'8 " e'r oi Aladiioii Courier i tii vz urMi riH iirn t ..-' i . " t - power of the law. from l,ra.. :.: t.T .. ! ll!rei ' - iiuren niner) seems In lie a me article an account r - ..-.. !e :l hlllo facetious, ort tile subioef of t !,.-. I..:. . .orse having been stolen from the pasture of.Ti,dre r"2r'ioiiul elections. That's ri ..! ,vi, l;'"'"8,;0'1 'Mon'l-V night previous On the ! cs beat'en, be tier to own it uilh a good ....... . r: ",,u,!'"t' ;i disgraceful row countenance. "There . im nse r,-.-i,,-r I . , ...... , l.,x, ,,,.1,,, ,nucll to t!lP annoyance of nil: ,; amue s end he tieacefu citizen H. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 September 1837

V IS A 51 T E II OF TUU miO(lKVUJ,n IXSL'rt.VNCE company. AN act to incorporat'J tin Uroo'.svilla Insurance Company. (Approved, January -I, 1837.) Sec. 1. B.i it e)iidel by thz General Assembly of tht: Slain of ndi'ina. That there shall be ami hereby is established in the and upon judgments rendered therein, and upon all other judgment against said corpc- i ration lor deposits, shall be allowed ten per cent, damages, .aid interest ,'ifte.- the rate of six per centum per nnnuin, from the date of sac!) legal demand, and upon which judg ments there shall be no stav of execution. Sec. 5. That it shall be sufficient service of MrorpSM fill ihf rr.t-.M-ir;ii in.i l-.rfitr 1 1-il In town of brookville, an Insurance Company, jexecllle t!ie ,Tritor I!otice o;i , ' re5i!tnt or with n capital slock or. one hundred thou s-1 gecretarv a:iJ a mivay cf (he directors for atul dollars, to be divide! into shares of hfty ! lhe Ume hei anJ guch Si;rvke shi,l author- dollars each, ;mJ subscribed and pai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 September 1837

rorrnv's iNTCRESTn'rAm COUNTRY 8 FRIENDS. TERMS OF THS A M KlttC AX. tiin sdviinee 5.-",' in months; or at t(exp,tat!i of. the year. ..Th3 Editor will discontinue t n hscri?tien at Id option. ovKTr-KtfTs. Twelve linos, or less, will be inserted once or throe time?, for one dollar, ami 25 Pnt? il' 0 '"''irirecl for each additional insertion Ftvnt ihs ScK-Vork Express. Marine Pwiujox, Rockaway. t I,i Aait I5ih ISGTin sight of the wreck of (he Two Puliics. ) To the rcople of the United States of North, America, in gen -rah and to the Democratic Family ta pariicuixr. FEL-v-Ctrr.sxs: You have all by this time ho ri -!! of my return to my native ImJ, after an absence now of over two years this cms, n;ul how nigh I came resting t??v b:cs ataag with the "Two Pollics" on this bench, alt nuinlyow in to a notion that CapUh Jammer took th it he was more knotvin tlutt other folks nhoaf his lattitude and longiwjj and ssmdins. and to wind up all, was tvi-lia;:, right or wrong, 'to take the respons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 September 1837

Til K TIMES. fV.m the Ai- York Ej-jtim. NUMBKR II. IIockawvy. l I. in sight of the wreck of the Two fwllic, Aug. 22, 1837. To the People of the United States in gmcral, and the sound Democratic Family in particular. Fr.i.i.ow Citrens: In my last I tellM you there was noway of fitting along out of our . . I.. .t r;.l .rfihr. cause, thai present irouwie i" ;t,..put us into trouble and that w as party manlament. -1 mean that ki vl f party management that, once gktin power, continues to ;orn nowcr. by turnm nil kuuis oi puum. . -. . .i ill. When measures rigm mio ineir o u n I he water don't run clear, it is a pritty sure .iimthnold snrini! wants cleaning out, and I hope every man will look well to this pint, or .U all our work is good for nothing. I know it is a pritty tougirjob to upset a parly that has got hold of the biggest cend of the stick-, but it must be done, or with them very sticks 'we the people" gave them, they will crack our crowns. So there are no two ways about .we must...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 September 1837

AMERICAN. lROOKVII'1'E INDIANA. F RID AT, SEPTEMBER 8. 1837. .On ! T.axirFS ELECTION I lowing gentlemen were elected I n..M in their several townships rw" " . ui : n Cnnnafield; John Williams i iMwiuu.g .u, Saturday last the fol- Justicea of the . Jas. Samuels in . -.-1.1. and Wdolmr ffnirrmlfla ja8 M'Manus in raimeiu, . ti.o fnllmvinff are the votes in each town- in naj. ebip Jat. Sarauela Wesley Reynolds Reuben Hawkins SPRINUFIELD. 102 Samuel Goudie RAY. 45 I Thomas Cooksey 2 ! BLOOMING GROVE. John Williams John O'Xain Jas. M'Manus G. M. Thompson Z. Casterline 72 Thos. Ilench 6 FAIRFIELD. 49 John Hughs 3 Levi Munson 1 49 19 13 3 Contested Election. The case of the con test of election for Clerk of Wayne county, was terminated some time last week, by both re linquisbing all claims to the office for which Mr v.-nW was elected, and refering it back to the People of the county to decide. Mr. Finley's ma jority over Hannah, the old Clerk, was 10 votes. r. c presume the uovernor wm orde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 September 1837

From ihs A'cicrk Daily Advertiser. HOME EVERY DAY DUTIES. The dutiescf life arc not all the great and exciting sort. There are many duties in every day, but there are few days in which one is called to mighty efforts or heroic sacrifice?. I am persuaded that most of us are better prepared for great emergencies, than for the exigencies of the passing hour. Paradoxical as this is, it is tenable, and may be illustrated by palpable instances. . There are many men who would, Without the hesitation of an instant, plunge into the sea to rescue a child: but who, the very next hour, would break an engagement, or sneer at an awkward servant, or frown unjustly upon an amiable wife. Life is made up of al! these little things. According to the character of household words. looks, and trivial actions, so the true temper 01 our vinue. iionce there are many rnen reputed good: s.nd, as the world gees, really so, who belie, fn domestic life, the promise of their siolyday and iyinday demeanor. Great i...

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