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Clay and Calhoun.

11th month,

NOVEMBER, 18 44.
The retirement of Mr. Clay from public life touched a
sympathetic cord in the public breast. The scene in the WANTS FOR THE YEAR 1844.-More indus- 1 MOON'S PHASES. Boston. N.York Baltimore Ch'leston on Mer.
Senate was one of exquisite feeling and
deep grief.

h.m. h. m.
An anecdote is told of the meeting of Mr. Clay and Mr. Oless extravagance; more honest men than Third Quarter. 35 35 mo 5 23 mo 5 13 mo. 4 59 mol 1 11 43 43
Çalhoun, after the former retired from the Senate, which rogues; more money than credit; more New Moon... .10 4 52 mo 4 40 mo 4 30 mo. 4 16 mol 9 11 44 2
shows that political strife, though it may for a while deadenshirts than ruffles;

more morality than grog-First Quarter... .16 8 47 ev 8 35 ev. 8 25 ev. 8 11 ev. 1711 45 16
the finer feelings of the heart, cannot destroy them, espe- shops; more mechanics than dandies; more Full Moon 2416 58 ev 16 46 ev. 6 36 ev. 6 22 ev.25 11 47
cially in those hearts that can beat with generous and stocking yarn than street yarn; more stabi-
manly sensibilities. As Mr. Clay was passing toward the lity than excitability; more education than

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door to leave the Senate Chamber, Mr. Calhoun met him ignorance; more laborers than loungers....

Boston; N. York City, Baltmre, Charleston, --they had not spoken to each other for five years; but

I say, Jack, how do dem they now simultaneously extended their hands and rushed

taters turn out dis year ?" NEW - ENGLAND, CONN. N. JER-VIRGINIA, N'TH CAROLINA, to each other's arms: neither spoke, but both wept. At

"Well," Cuff, da am berry N.YORK STATE, SEY, PENNSYL- KENTUCKY TEN’SEE, GEO., length Mr. Clay said, on parţing, "Give my best regards to

much like de long hair gem

MICH, WISKON- VANIA, 0, AND
men, all top, no bottom."

ALA., MISSISS.
Mrs. Calhoun." How much more noble was this recon-
ciliation and parting, than if they had separated looking

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defiance at each other! They had almost spent their lives

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together in Congress, and at various times stood shoulder to

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rises sets. rises.Bos.frises sets. rises. NY.rises sets rises.rises sets.rises. Chn. shoulder, animated by patriotism and emotions only of serving their country. Time had passed over both, and the

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h.mh.mh. m. h, m.lh.mh.mh.m.b.m.h.mh.mb.m.b.mb.mh. m. h. m. young had become old. One was about to retire, and both 1 Fri 14 38 All Saints.

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must ere long "sleep the sleep that hath no waking." 9 2 Sa 14 67 All Souls.

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The retirement of the one would leave the other with no 3 F 15 16 2 220 Sunday after Trinity. 6 38 4 4911 58 4 156 35 4 52 mor. i 396 32 4 58 mor. 6 215 6mor.ev.15
company or rival of his younger days, and it told him em 4M 15 34 Elec. in Mich. & Mississ. 1844.6 397 48 mor. 5 19 6 36 4 51 0 1 2 43/6 33 4 54 0 36 22 5 5 0 11 1 19
phatically that he too must soon follow. Thoughts like 5 Tu 15 53 Election in New York, 1844. 16 414 46 1 3 6 366 374 50 1 4 4 06 354 52 1 66 23 5 4 1 10 2 36
these soften the heart not wholly indurated, and cause the 6W 16 10 10 Jupiter south 8 36.

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fountains of generous feeling to gush forth-it came, and Ộ 7 Th 16 28

6 434 44 3 19 8 536 40 4 48 3 19 6 176 374 50 3 18.6 25 5 2 3 15 4 53 the two distinguished rivals and antagonists under the in 8 Fri 16 462 Milton died, 1674.

16 454 43 4 32 9 45,6 41 4 47 4 30 7 96 38 4 49 4 29 6 26 5 21 4 22 5 45 fluence of these sympathies were drawn together.

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SPECIMENS OF FOREIGN TARIFFS.-The British Tariff 11 M 17 36 Election in Mass. 1844. 16 484 405 48 12 06 444 44 5 54 9 246 414 47 5 59.6 295 6 17) 8 0
on Louisiana sugar is 270 per cent.; on molasses, 400 do.; 12 Tu 17 52 Election in Delaware, 1844. 16 50 4 39 6 52 mor. 6 464 43 6 58 10 11 5 434 467 36 29 4 59 7 21 8 47
on American tobacco, 1200 do.; on our spirits from grain, 13 W i8 8v Montreal taken by Montgo-6 51 4 38 8 2 0 476 47 4 42 8 710 576 444 45 8 116 30 4 58 8 28 9 33
2700 do.; on our wheat, 60 do.; on our sast beef, 80 do.; on 14 Th 18 21 VS|Carroll d. 1832. (mery, 1775.6 52 4 37 9 13 i 33 6 484 41 9 17i1 466 454 44 9 216 31 4 58 9 35 10 22
our pork, 68 do.; on our bacon, 83 do.; on our timber, 967 15 Frili8 39

16 534 36 10 23 2 22 6 49 4 40 10 26 mor. 6 46 4 43 10 296 32 4 57 10 40 11 15
do.; on our staves, 110 do.; &c. &c. &c. British duties on 16 Sa 18 54 min

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our most important agricultural staples-cotton excepted- 17 F 19 9 X 24th Sun. after Trin. Boston 6 56 4 34 mor. 4 10.6 52 4 38 mor. i 346 484 42 mor. 6 314 56 mor. 0 10
are intended to be prohibitory, and are so. The duties col-018 M 19 23 Erup.of Mount Etna, 1832. 16 574 33 0 36 5 136 53 4 38 0 38 2 376 494 41 0 396 34 56 O 42 i 13
lected in Europe on American tobacco, are thirty-five ( 19 Tu 19 37 3 Jay's Treaty with England 6 58 4 33 1 40 6 276 544 37 1 40 3 516 51 4 40 i 406 36 4 55 i 40 2 27
double of the annual appropriations of the 27th (Whig)22 Fri 20 118
expenditure of Mr. Van Buren's Administration; and 21 Th 20 G. Fred. Cooke, tragedian, 14 31 3 438 436 56 4 36 3 41 6 16 53 4 3 3 406 38 4 54 3 3 4 43

(died, 1810.7 24 30 4 43 9 36 6 574 35 4 40 7 06 54 4 3 4 386 394 54 4 2 5 36
Congress. Surely, it is no more than fair to get something 8 23 Sa 20 298 Elbridge Gerry died, 1814. 34 30 5 42 10 22 6 594 35 5 39 1 466 55 4 3 5 366 40 4 54 5 226 22
back for all this which foreigners get

out of us at least 24 F 20 418 25th Sunday after Trinity. Z 44 29 rises. 11 27 04 34 rises. 8 266 564 3 rises. (6 414 53 rises. 7 2
half of what Europe gets on our tobacco, which would 925 M 20 53 0 Evacuation of N. Y. by theti 64 29 5 811 387 14 34 5 13 9 26 57 4 3 5 186 41 4 53 5 3 1 38
amply support our Government under a Whig Adminis-026 Tu 21 40

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tration.

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VANITY.-Mr. Kingsbury, of the Portland American, is 28 Th 21 26 Dense fog at London, 1840.794 27 7 48 1 287 44 32 7 52 10 442 043 7 566 444 52 8 19 20
"all fired" proud of his nose. He says

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**Our nose is such a one as Napoleon would have liked ; 930 Sa 121 46 5 Ist. Andrew.

h7 11 4 271 9 471 2 28 7 64 32 9 50'11 5217 34 39 536 4614 52 10 2110 28 but unfortunately for him, he never had the honor of seeing it. It is of the composite order, having all the beauties JIM, how 's your ma?" "Fat and strong: how's see me goin' errands and doin' chores about home like you and none of the faults of the Roman, the aquiline, the yours?" "Feeble enough. I've got so that I can lick used to!' Lime water may

be formed by putting lime Greek and the pug."

her now, and have every thing my own way. You do n't (slacked) into a bottle and shaking it until it is dissolved. w

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(December 1st, 1843.)

EXECUTIVE--President and Cabinet : JOHN TYLER, of Virginia, President..

. Salary $25,000 ABEL P. UPSHUR, of Virginia, Secretary of State..

6,000 JOHN C. SPENCER, of New York, Secretary of the Treasury.

6,000 DAVID R. PORTER, of Pennsylvania, Secretary of War...

6,000 DAVID HENSHAW, of Massachusetts, Secretary of the Navy...

6,000 JOHN NELSON, of Maryland, Attorney-General..

6,000 CHARLES A. WICKLIFFE, of Kentucky, Postmaster-General...

6,000 (There is now no Vice-President ; John Tyler was elected to that office, but succeeded to the Presidency on the death of Gen. HARRISON, April 4th, 1841, just thirty days after the Inauguration of the latter. In case of the death or removal of Mr. Tyler, the Presidency next devolves on the President of the Senate, which station is now held by Hon. WILLIE P. MANGUM of North Carolina.)

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JUDICIARY--Supreme Court. ROGER B. TANEY, of Maryland, Chief Justice. Salary $5,000. JOSEPH STORY, of Mass., Associate Justice. | JAMES M: WAYNE, of Georgia, Associate Justice. SMITH THOMPSON, of New York,

John M'KINLEY, of Alabama, JOHN M'LEAN, of Ohio,

WILLIAM CATRON, of Tennessee, HENRY BALDWIN, of Pennsylvania,

PETER V. DANIEL, of Virginia,

(Salary of Associate Justices $4,500.)
Major-General of the Army--Winfield Scott, of New-Jersey,

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X XVIIIth CONGRESS.
Assembled December 4, 1843: Expires March 3d, 1845.

SE NA TE. Hon. WILLIE P. MANGUM, of North Carolina, President. Members. Term expires. Members. Term expires. Members. Term erpires. MAINE. DELAWARE.

TENNESSEE. George Evans.

1845 1847 Richard H. Bayard.

.1845 Ephraim H. Foster.. John Fairfield

1847 .1849 Thomas Clayton..

.1847 Spencer Jarna gin.

KENTUCKY.
NEW HAMPSHIRE.

MARYLAND.
James T. Morehead..

1847 Lwi Woodbury. 1847 William D. Merrick. .1845 John J. Crittenden.

.1849 Charles G. Atherton. .1849 (Vacancy.) (Whig.).

.1849

OHIO.
VERMONT.

VIRGINIA.
Benjamin Tappan.

1845 Samuet S. Phelps. 1845 WILLIAM C. RIVES... .1845 William Allen.

1849 William Upham.. 1849 William S. Archer.

.1847

INDIANA.
MASSACHUSETTS.
NORTH CAROLINA. Albert S. White.

1845 Rufus Choan 1845 Willie P. Mangum.

.1847 Edward A. Hannegan. .1849 Isaac C. Batez. .1847 William H. Haywood, Jr... .1849

ILLINOIS.
RHODE ISLAND.

SOUTH CAROLINA.
James Semple..

1847 William_Spragut 1845 Daniel E. Huger.

.1847
Sidney Breese.

.1849 James F. Simmons

.1849
.1847 George McDuffie.

MISSOURI.
CONNECTEUT.

GEORGIA.
Thomas H. Benton...

1845 Jabez W. Huntington 1845 John M. Berrien.

1847)
David R. Atcheson.

.1849 John M.,Niles.. .1849 Walter T. Colquitt.

1849

ARKANSAS.
NEW-YORK.

ALABAMA.
William S. Fulton..

1847 Nathaniel P. Tallmadge. .1845 William R. King.

1847
Ambrose H. Sevier.

1849 Silas Wright. .1849 Arthur P. Bagby.

MICHIGAN.
NEW-JERSEY.

MISSISSIPPI.

Augustus S. Porter.. 1845 William L. Dayton.. .1445 John Henderson..

.1845 William Woodbridge.

.1847 Jacob W. Miller. .1897 Robert J. Wallier.

.1847
PENNSYLVANIA.

LOUISIANA.
Whigs, in Italics...

27 Daniel Sturgeon. .1845 Alexander Barrow.. .1847 Locos, in Roman..

.23 James Buchanan. .18491 Alorander Porter...

1849) Doubtful, Rives.. There is one vacancy to be filled, in Maryland, where a Whig is certain to be chosen. Messrs. Semple, of Illinois, and Atcheson, of Missouri, hold tempararily by appointment from the Governors of those States, but will be elected by the Legislatures of these States, or succeeded by Senators of like politics.

.1849

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