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Henry Clay: 5th month, MAY, 1844.

31 days. If humanity presents a noble and sublime spectacle, it is 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,

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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. 9 56 mo. h, m. S.
patiently awaits the approval which time must at lengths 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 57mol 3 47 mo. 3 33 mo. 9:11 56 13
than all the seductive patronage with which the weak, the friendly admonition....It won't do for a first Quarter. .25 2 46m. 2 34mo 2 24 mo. 10 mo. 17 11 56 9
treacherous, and the evil minded, may attempt to purchase 0 farmer or planter to be seen entering the Full Moon. .311 6 3ev 5 51 ev 5 41 ev, 15 27 ev. 123111 56

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a mercenary support. While crowds impelled by curiosity, 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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MAN OF THE AGE, in his far off western home, with no Ponce. 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
-receives the homage of millions of hearts. His single

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

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

beggars.... The most bitter flatterers. HENRY CLAY! On what far distant mountain

tears are shed in solitude.
MICH. WISKON VANIA,

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OHIO,

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--in what deep forests-in what boundless prairie of our

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broad land, is that name unknown and unhonored! HEN-

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falsehood-what taint of treachery adheres to that glorious
name! Opposing parties may for a time retard his upward d. m.
progress, but where is the opponent who dare assail his 1W 15 15 Sts. Philip and James.

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honor?-While magnanimity, and courage, and truth, are 0 2Th 15 33 M

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admired among men--while falsehood, and selfishness, and 3 Eri 15 51 Battle of Lutzen, 1813, A 5417 0 8 47 ii 3 4 586 56 8 43 9 01 06 54 8 395 12 6 42 8 22 7 36
treachery are despised--the name of HENRY CLAY will

be 4 Sa 16 87

(leon died, 1821.1 53i i § 54 ev.23 4 566 57 9 49 9 474 596 55 9 455 11 6 42 9 288 233
honored throughout the world. Well may he afford to 5 F 16 25 14th Sun. aft. Easter. Napo i 511 2 10 51 1 11 4 556 58 10 46 10 37 4 58 6 55 10 425 106 43 10 26 9 11
" bide his time,” for the day is at hand when the rallying Ø 6M 16 42 Battle

of Prague, 1757. 4 507 311 38 1 5 1 546 59 11 34 11 22 4 57 6 56 11 305 106 44 11 16 9 58

449 1 4 mor. 241 1 537 Omor. ev.11 4 56 6 57 mor. 5 96 41/11 58 10 47
HENRY CLAY!
cryide an injured and betrayed people will be JUSTICE TO $ 3W 15 i Gibbon born, 1737.

487 5 0 16 3 3/4 52 1 0 13 1 34 556 5€ 0 105 86 45 mor. i 39
MANY Facts in Pew Words.-A legal stone is 14 Th 17 31 Burn'g of Ben Sherrod, 1837, 4 471 6 0 48 4 394 51 1 0 46 3 1 546 59 0 441 78 46 0 36 ev.38
pounds, or the eighth of an hundred in England, and 169 10 Eri 17 47%

(175 lives lost. 4 4517 7 i 16 5 434 507 8 1 15 3 74 52? 9 1 145 66 47 1 9 1 43
poands in Holland..... The fathom, șix foot, is derived from 0 11 Sa 18 2* America discovered, 1492. 4 44 7 8 1 42 657 4 497 41 42 4 21 4 52 7 1 1 425 5647 1 40 2 57
the height of a full grown man. A hand in horse measure 12 F 18 17 r 5th Sunday after Easter. A 437 10 2 78 24 48 7 6 2 8 5 26 4 51 7 2 2 85 56 48 2 10 4 2
is four inches..... An Irish mile is 2,240 yards; a Scotch 13 M. 18 32 Landing at Jamestown, 1607.4 42 1 ii 2 32 1 477 5 2 3 6 29 4 50 7 3 2 35 46 49 2 403
mile is 1,984 yards;
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mile, is 1.760 9 19 T418 46 r

1 41 7 12 2 58 9 56 4 467 73 1 7 19 4 49 7 4 3 35 36 49 3 12 5 553
yards; German, 1,806; Turkish, 1,826. . An acre is 4,840 15 W 19,08 Camden, S. C., burnt, 1781.

4 407 13 3 27 10 3 4 457 | 3 31 7 59 4 482 5 3 345 2/6 50 3 45 6 35 square yards, or 69 yards 1 foot and 81-2 inches each way.

16 Th19 14 7 Ascension day.

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A square mile, 1,760 yards each way, contains 640 acres. 017 Fri 19 28 Revolution in Venice, 1797. 1 38 15 sets.. i1 491 437 10 sets.. 9 1314 4€ 1 7 sets.. 5 16 51 sets.. 7 493
The Persians give names to every day in the month, just as 0 18 Sa 19 41 01

4 37 7 16 8 40 mor. 4 42 7 11 8 35 9 48 4 4 1 78 315 16 52 8 14 8 24
we give them to days of the week..... The Esquimaux at- 19 F 19 54

4 367 17 9 27 0 244 41 7 12 9 23 10 23 4 4 7 8 9 195 06 53 9 21 850 tain the height of but 4 feet 3 inches, and the Mogul

Tarters: 2 M. 206 Columbus died, 1506. Lafay 4 35 1 18 10 10 0 594 40 7 13 0 5 10 54 4 441 910 24 596 54 9 46 9 30 but 4 feet 9 inches. . The human body consists of 140 bones, 921 T4 20 18

Cette died, 1834.1 351 18 10 47 i 304 39 7 14 0 43 11 30 4 43 7 10 10 404 596 54 10 21 10 6
9 kinds of articulations or joinings, 100 cartilages or liga-822 W 20 30

(Philadelphia, 1787.4 34 7 19 11 20 2 61 39 7 1 11 17 mor.11 42 7 11 11 15 4 586 55 11 4 10 42
ments, 400 muscles or tendons, and 100 nerves, besides blood, 23 Th 20 42 Federal Convention met atĄ 33 20 11 50 2 42 4 38 7 1 1 48 0 64 42 i 12 ii 47 4 586 56 ii 3 i 25
arteries, veins, &c..... Total'abstinence from food above 24 Fri 20 53 Queen Victoria born, 1819. 132 1 21 mor. 3 24 377 ignor. 494 41 1 13 mor. 4 576 56 mormor.
seven days is fatal to man; but there are instances of sur-033 Sa 21 A

132 7 22 0 18 4 164 377 10 17 1 404 402 13 0 174 576 57 0 13 0 16
viving after a longer period. A religious fanatic, in 1789, 826 F 2 14 i Whitsunday. Calvin died, 31 1 23 0 46 5 11 4 36 7 10 46 2 3514 40 7 14 O 474 503 57 0 4 1 11
determined to fast 40 days, but died on the 16th.

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(1813. A 30 7 2 1 46 7 234 35 7 2 1 49 4 49 4 3 1 16 1 51'4 503 59 1 5 3 253 Dining at a public ordinary, when one of the company 02 W21 43 Attack on Sackett's Harbor, 1 297 2 2 21 8 28/4 34 7 22 25 5 52 4 3 7 16 2 28 4 5 6 59 2 40 4283 had helped himself to a very large piece of bread, Quin 30 Th 32 52 ajalexander Pope died, 1744 11 27 2 3 3.9 284 34 7 2 3 8 6 524 31 11 3 12 4 52. 9 3 2528

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(Voltaire died, 1778. A 28/7 2rises. 10 234 337 2.1 ises. 1 7 47 4 3 11 18 rises. 4 5:17 crises. 1 6 23 him, ', my bread.' Beg pardon,' said Quin, 'I took it for the loaf. Q and inquired if we printed Bibles here.--We told him that thort so, coz I saw sumthin' about 'Job' on the sign.”

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www Slavery. 6th month,

JUNE, 1 844. Slavery is undoubtedly a wrong done to the natural rights :

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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 1 3 23 ev. 3 9 ev 1/11 57 34
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, 7 6 ev. 9 11 58 57
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 mo 17 ev. 037
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 111 mn. 57 mn 251 0 2 20
prise, and the cost must be counted.

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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 :

by red whiskers. Mars had NEW - ENGLAND, CONN. N. JER- VIRGINIA, N'TH CAROLINA, who did the wrong. If he can be found, it is doubtless in

a red shock I am convinced. N.YORK 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,

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1 Sa 22 8 (France and England, 1814. 4 27 7 28 8 35 11 17 4 33 7 23 8 30 8 41 4 37 7 19 8 26 4 54 1 8 9 7 17
The Origin of Slavery in the United States.--It is 2F 16 Trinity Sun'y. Peace between 4 27 7 29 9 28 ev. 94 32 7 23 9 23 9 33 4 36 7 19 9 20 4 54 7 21 9 4 8 9
enough to say that it was imposed upon the Colonies by ở 3 M 22 24 8 Earthquake in N. Eng. 1744. 1 27 1 29 10 11 1 0 4 32 7 24 10 8 10 244 36 7 20 10 54 542 2.9 52 0
the British Government, for the augmentation of its reve 4Tu 31 wiGrattan died, 1820.

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nue and the profit of its favorites, against the anxious pro-

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tests of the Colonists themselves, and that while the Colo-o 6 Th 43 Patrick Henry died, 1799. 2617 31 11 45 3 234 31 7 26 11 45 ev.474 35 7 22 11 444 53 7 411 41 11 23
nies were subject to the British Crown, it had grown to an

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(1832. 4 2 7 32 mor. 4 13 4 31 7 26 mor. 1 37 4 3517 22 mor. 4 537 4 mor.ev.13
extent not easy to be eradicated. Thus far, the responsi- 8 Sa 22 54 Cholera broke out in Am’ica, 1 257 330 11 5 74 31 7 27 0 11 2 314 35 7 23 0 12 4 537 51 O 12 1 7
bility of its introduction and growth, is seitled. When the 9F 22 59 T ist Sunday after Trinity. A 25 7 33 0 36 6 74 3017 2 O 37) 3 314 357 23 0 39 4 531 5 0 13 2 7
Colonies became independent, and were about to set up the 10 M 23 41

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Confedration, which had slavery as a part of their state bors 11 T23 88 Ist. Barnabas.

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12 W 23 128 New York City incorp. 1665.4 24 7 35 2 0 9 124 307 29 2 5 6 364 34 7 25 2 84 53 1 6 2 22 5 12
society, foreseeing the evils of interference with this subject ( 13 Th 23 158 M. Luther excom. by the A 241 35 2 36 10 64 30 7 20 2 41 7 304 347 25 2 454 537 13 11 6 6
from other quarters, refused to come into the Union under 14 Fri 23 180

[Pope, 1520.4 24 7 36 3 16 10 484 307 30 3 22 8 12 4 34 7 26 3 274 53 7 7 3 44 6 48
their exclusive control of the slave question within their re 0 15 Sa 23 20

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20 Sunday after Trinity. 4 24 7 36 8 9mor. 4 307 31 8 5 9 29 4 34 7 26 8 14 537 87 45 8 5
spective limits, which condition was acceded to. Such, o 1M 23 2 Battle of Bunker Hill, 1775.4 24 7 37 8 480 54 30 7 31 8 45 10 44 34 7 27 8 41 4 537 8 8 27 8 40
briefly, is the origin of slavery in the United States.

18 Tu 23 26 War dec. against G. B. 1812.4 27 37 9 23 O 404 30 7 31 9 20 10 394 34 7 27 9 17 4 53 7 & 9 6 9 15
Hor the subject of Slavery should be approached.--For

(Battle of Waterloo, 1815.4 25 7 37 9 54 i 154 307 329 52 11 14 4 35 7 27 9 504 53 7 9 41 9 50 all that the United States are concerned in it, it is manifest, 20 Th 23 21 Wm. IV.died, 1838. Victoria 4 25 1 38 10 22 1 50 4 30 1 32 10 21 11 514 35 7 28 10 20 4 54 7 10 15 10 27

(proclaimed Queen.4 25 7 38 10 50 2 274 31 7 32 10 50 mor. 4 35 7 28 10 494 547 910 48 11 8 are in no wise responsible for irs origin. It was entailed as : 22 Sa 23 21 0

4 25 7 38 11 17 3 8 4 31 7 32 11 18 0 324 35 7 28 11 19 4 547 911 21 11 54 when we acquired our independence, cannot be charged as 2 F 2 2 Ã3d Sunday after Trinity. 14 26 7 38 11 46 3 544 31 7 32 11 48 1 18 4 35 7 28 11 50 4 547 9 11 56 mor. iherime. They are only responsible for the manner in which 24 M.23 St. John Baptist.

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14 267 38 0 18 5 394 32 7 33 0 22 3 34 36 7 28 0 24 4 55 7 10 0 34 1 39 made of it. They who believe in that Providence, with 25 W. 33 22 Sam’l L. Southard died, 1842. 4 267 38 56 6 484 32 1 33 1 0 4 12 4 36 1 28 1 4455 1 10 i 18) 2 48

4 277 38 1 40 7 53 4 32 7 33 1 46 5 17 4 37 7 28 1 504 56 7 10 2 7 3 53 whom one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand Th23 1911

28 Fri 23 16 1 James Madison died, 1836. 4 27 7 38 2 34 9 54 33 7 33 2 40 6 29 4 377 28 2 45 4 56 7 10 3 4 5 0 years as one day,” will look forward for some grand and 629 Sa 23 13 13 St. Peter. Monmouth Battle, 4 28 38 3 31 10 10 4 33 33 3 43 7 34 4 387 28 3 48 4 56 7 10 4 8 9 10 which has marked the history of this race for centuries past: 830 F 23 101 1:4th Sun. aft. Trin. (1778. 4 28l7 38 rises.'11 84 347 33 rises. 1 8 32 4 387 28l rises. 4 5717 10 rises. I 7 8 It is a great wheel moving round, and notwithstanding all 6

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