will not be dissolved, attributes the decline of Rhode Island maritime interests to the operation of the Union into which she so tardily entered.
In case of a dissolution, and the formation of a confederacy from which New England shall be excluded, the Advertiser trusts that the Commonwealth founded by Roger Williams will prefer original sovereignty to a confederation with Massachusetts fanaticism.
The magnificence of Newport harbor leads the Advertiser to refer to the history of Hamburg.
Bremen, &c., as encouraging "a separate political organization that would command the respect of the world."
Political Revolution "down Bast."
The remarkable circumstance that the Hon Isaac Davis, an old and sterring Democrat, has been elected Mayor of Worcester — the hotbed of Massachusetts ultra-republicanism — is thus alluded to by the Transcript, (Republican,) of that city:
A city that on the 6th day of November cast two thousand six hundred and forty-eight Republican votes to t