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in the Book of David, united with a body composed of baser elements. The Proverbs of Solomon instruct us that a fair woman without discretion is like a jewel in a swine's snout, and the same may be said of genius, when it is combined, as it often is, with ignoble passions. All that we can do is to respect and follow the lessons of goodness and gentleness which we hear from these leachers of the people, but to beware of their example.--We must do, as the Divine Saviour of mankind instructed the Jews with reference to the Scribes, who sat in Moses' seat, observe all that they enjoin, and take heed to their words, but not imitate their works. That which makes the vital and essential difference between mankind is not talent, nor rank, nor wealth, but the heart; and if this be found pure, believing, loyal, generous and just, there is self-respect and the respect of others here, and hereafter a dignity, power and happiness, the like of which human eye bath not seen nor human ear heard.
y speaker to justify the aggressions of the North. He felt it his duty to make this remark, lest an erroneous report should go abroad. 12th. Patriotism — The lost Pleiad from the political Heavens: when love of his country is cherished as the highest attribute and ornament of every citizen, and patriotism supercedes every other ism, the Republic will be safe and invulnerable. 13th. Henry Clay — The Leader whom it was glory to follow; the Lawgiver whom it was patriotism to obey. Moses's ceps in Moab. Is there no Joshua to lead us through the sea of troubles before us? [Drank standing.] Mr. Chandler, of Norfolk, responded in a brilliant speech, paying a feeling tribute to the memory of Clay. 14th. The Army and Navy — Like all the other agencies of the government, "instituted for the common benefit, protection and security of the people." they can only be employed to guard their rights and defend their liberties. Marmaduke Johnson, Esq., of Richmond, in re<
Cuvier, the anatomist, was, we believe, the first that assigned to specimens of this character an antiquity much greater than that of the Creation, as described by Moses. His reason for doing so was, that among all the enormous deposits of them, discovered in various parts of the earth, not a single vestige of contemporaneous man w other arguments, of a totally different character, to prove that the Mosaic theory was wrong, and that the world was created many ages before the time assigned by Moses. Many eminently pious men became convinced by the study of geology, and endeavored to reconcile its discoveries to the book of Genesis, by supposing that the six dte as old as the remains among which they were deposited. What are we to infer from these discoveries? That the human race is older than we are told it is by Moses! Not at all, according to our view of the subject. Let it be recollected that Cuvier inferred the antiquity of the remains, from the fact of their not being conne
Dark transaction. --Moses and Carter Richardson, two slaves, charged with assaulting and beating Andrew J. Cosby, made their appearance before the Mayor last Saturday; but because of the absence of witnesses, the examination was postponed until to-day. The examination of Cosby, charged with cutting Moses, was also continued. Dark transaction. --Moses and Carter Richardson, two slaves, charged with assaulting and beating Andrew J. Cosby, made their appearance before the Mayor last Saturday; but because of the absence of witnesses, the examination was postponed until to-day. The examination of Cosby, charged with cutting Moses, was also continued.
Good Negro Blankets --only Fifty Cents each.--200 Negro Blankets, slightly damaged by water, only 50 cts each, worth 81.25 each. Alfred Moses, 63 Main st.
Wanted. For the ensuing year, a No. 2 Cook, Washer and Ironer, for which a liberal price will be paid. Apply to de 22--ts Alfred Moses, 63 Main st.
Wanted. --For the ensuing year, a No. 1 Cook, Washer and Ironer, for which a liberal price will be paid. Apply to Alfred Moses, 63 Main st. de 22--ts
Good Negro Blankets--only Fifty cents each. --200 Negro Blankets, slightly damaged by water, only 50 cts, each worth $1.25 each. Alfred Moses, 63 Main st,
Wanted. --For the ensuing year, a No. 1 Cook, Washer and Ironer, for which a liberal price will be paid. Apply to Alfred Moses, 63 Main st. de 22--ts
The Daily Dispatch: January 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Escape of Robinson, the New Orleans burglar. (search)
Wanted --For the ensuing year, a No. 1 Cook, Washer and Ironer, for which a liberal price will be paid. Apply to Alfred Moses, 63 Main st. de 22--ts
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