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ixi-whvh DrrAKT.vTEixT, GEORGIA.
Milledgeville, 17th May, 1833.
by an act of the General Assem-
* hly of this State, passed the 24th day De
cember, 1832, entitled “an Act to provide lor the
call of a Convention to reduce the number of the
General Assembly of the State of Georgia, ami for
otlmr purposes therein named,” it is provided
“ i hat it shall be the duty of His Excellency the
Governor to j>ive publicity to the alterations -nd
amendments made in the Constitution in reference
)o the redaction of the number of members com
dosing the General Assembly-arid the fust Mon
day ia October next, after the rising of said Con
vention, he shall fix on for (fie ratification, by the
people, ofsuch amendments, alterations or new arti
cles as they may make for the objects of reduction &
equalization of the General Assembly only: ami if
ratified by a majority of the voters who vote on the
question of ‘•Ratification” or “No Ratification”
—then, in that event, the alteration so by them
made and ratified, shall be binding upon the peo
ple oflhis State, and not otherwise.” And, where
iiß, the Delegates of the people of this State, as
sembled in Convention under the provisions of the
before recited net, have agreed to, and declared
the following to be alterations and amendments of
rhe Constiution of this State, touching the repre
sentation of the people in the General Asssembly
therfco, to wit:
“Whereas, the third section of the first article of
the Constitution of the State of Georgia is in the
following words, to wit: “The Senate shall be elect
ed annually on the first Monday in November, un
til such day of election be altered by law, and
shall be composed of one member from each comi
ty, to be chosen by the electors thereof.” And
whereas a part of the seventh section of the first |
article of the Constitution of the State of Georgia
is in the following words, to wit: V’l'he House of
Representatives shall be composed of members
Lorn all the counties which now are or hereafter
may be included within the State, according to
rheir respective numbers ol free white persons and
including three-fifths of all the people of colour:”
Ami in the same section, the following, to wit:
“each county containing three thousand persons
agreeably to the foregoing plan of enumeration,
shall btf'entitle.l to two members, seven thousand
to three member, and twelve thousand to four
members, but each county shall have at least one
and not more than four members.”
And whereas the aforesaid third section, and
the said parts of the seventh seclittn of the said
first article of the Constitution, touching the re
presentation of the Gener I Assembly of the State,
has been found, by experience, to be defrclive. on
account of the great numbers in Hie Legislature
and the enormous expense on account thereof—we
the Delegates ofthe people of the State of Geor
gia. in General Convention assembled, chosen and
authorised by them to revise, alter ami amend the
Haiti two section} and other partajl any, touching
the representation of the people of Georgia m (he
General Assembly, have, after mature reflection
and delibera'ion,. deeland the following to be
amendments in lieu of the aforesaid third section,
and parts of the seventh section, which,
when ratified by the people of the State, shall be
taken, held ami considered as i.arts of the Consti
tution of the State of Georgia in lieu of the afore
“The Senate shall be elected annually on the
first Monday in October, until such day of elec
tion shall be altered by law, and shall be composed
of one member from each senatorial district to be
chosen by (he electors thereof, which said senato
rial districts shall be formed by adding two conti
guous counties together throughout the State.
*.ri!;:'ut regard to population, as is hereinafter spe
ciliedand defined, the county of Murray excepted,
which shall constitute, together with such county
or counties as may be l erealier formed out of the
territory now composing sail comity of Murray,
one senatorial district, the whole number of dis
tricts shall be forty-five and no mure, ami in the
event of the formation ol any new county or coun
ties, the legislature, at the time ofsuch formation,
shall attach the same to some contiguous senato
Each senator shall be a resilient of the district
for which he iniiy be elected, as is required by the
present Constitution, of residence in the county.
The following shall be the senatorial districts:
The county of Murray shall constitute the first
district.* The second district shall he composed
of the counties of Gihncr and Union: The thirl
ol th« counties of Rabun am! Habersham: The
fourth, of the counties of Lutnpkin and Cheio
kee; 'The fifth, ol the counties of Cass and Flovd:
The sixth, of the counties of Jackson and 11, II:
The seventh, of the counties of Franklin and
Madison* The eighth, of the counties oi'Gwinmtt
and Forsyth; The ninth, of tho counties of
Paulding and Cobh; The tenth, of the counties
of Fayette and DeKalb: The eleventh, of the
counties of Campbell and Canell.’ ’I iie twelfth,
of the comities of Coweta and Merri wether;
The thirteenth, of the counties of Troup and
Heard; The fourteenth, of the counties of 11. nrv
and Newton: The fifteenth, of the counties of
Walton and Clark; The sixteenth, of the coon
ties of Oglethorpe and Elbert: The seventeenth,
of the counties ol'Girrno and Talliafi rro.- The
eighteenth, ol the counties of Wilkes a id Lincoln;
The nineteenth, of the counties ol Putman and
Morgan: The twentieth, of the counties of Bu’ts
nnd Jasper: The twenty lir-t, ul 'he counties of
Pike an i I’pson: The twenty-second, of the conn
ties of Harris and Talbot: The twenty-third, of
the counties of Ciawinrd and Monroe: The
twenty fj-rth, of the counties of Dibb an 1 Hous
Vol. I—No. 24.
ton; The twenty-fifth, of the counties of Jones
•and Baldwin: The twenty-sixth, of the counties
of Twiggs and Wilkinson; The twenty-seventh,
of the connlies of Warren and Hancock. The
twenty-eighth, of the counties of Columbia and
Richmond: The twenty-ninth, of the counties
of Burke and Scriven: The thirtieth, of the coun
ties cf Washington and Jefferson: The thirty
first, of the counties of Bullock and Emanuel:
The thirty-second, of the counties of Laurens and
Montgomery. The thirty-third, of the counties of
Dooly & Pulaski: The thirty-fourth, ofthe coun
i ties of Marion and Muscogee: The thii ty-fifth, of
the counties of Randolph and Early. The thirty
sixth, of the counties of Sumpter ami Stewart:
The thirty-seventh, of the counties of Baker and
Lee: The thirty-eighth, of the counties of Irwin
[and Telfair. The thirty-ninth, of the counties of
| Appling and Tattnall. The fortieth, of the coun
ties of Chatham and Effingham. The forty-first,
ol the counties of Bryan and Liberty. The forty
second, ofthe counties of MTntosh and Glynn.
The forty-third, of the counties of Wayne and
Camden. The forty-fourth, of the counties of
Ware and Lowndes. Ihe forty-fifth, of the coun
ties of Decatur and Thomas. The House of Re
presentatives shall be composed of members from
all the counties which now are, or may be, includ
ed within the State, according to their respective
numbers of free white persons.
The whole number of members in the House of
Representatives shall be one hundred and forty
four and no more, except in the case of a newly
created county or counties; such new county or
counties shall have one member for each county,
until the taking of the next census thereafter, and
the whole number shall be apportioned in the
following manner, viz; the fifteen counties having
the highest number of free white persons shall be
entitled to three members each, the twenty-five
counties having the next highest number of free
white persons shall have two members each, and
the remaining forty-nine counties shall have one
V henever, from the creation of a new county ot
counties, the whole number of members in the
House of Representatives shall exceed the num
ber of one and fojtv four, it shall be the
duty of the LegaiSatur?,' at its first session after
the taking of the 4mt census after the creation of
such new count) or cppntms. in apportioning the
members, to take one member from one of the
counties having three members, to supply such
newly created county, always beginning with the
county that- has the smallest number of free white
persons that may be entitled to three members.
The census shall be taken, as heretofore, once
in seven years, am) the Legislature shall, at its first
session after the taking ofea< h census, apportion
the members among the several counties of this
State, as is heretofore provided; provided each
county shall have one member.
JAMES M. WAYNE,
President of the. (J (invention.
May 15, 1833.
W ilkins Hunt, ) „ . .
ll, Wilton B. Gaither, J Secretaries.
I, therefore, it conformity with the p-ovisions of
the before recited act, do hereby give publicity to
the same, and enjoin the voters for members ofthe
General Assembly of this State, on the day there
in specified, to wit, on the FIRST MONDAY in
OCTOBER NEXT, to give their vote of “RA
TIFICATION” or “NO RATIFICATION.”
as provided in said act. and that the presiding offi
ces* certify the same to this Department accord
Given under my hand, and the seal of the Ex
ecutive Department, at Milledgeville, this the
day and year first above written.
By the Governor, WILSON LUMPKIN.
Rnono m A. Grf.ene, Seen tary. 16
University of (ieorgia.
Extract from the minutes ofthe Board of Trustees, at
their meeting in August. 1832.
motion <>t llovvcll C< bb. Esq. Besotted,
fS That nil Grtidil des ot this College on making '
application for the second, or master’s degree, shall
furnish (he Board with the certificate of some res
pectable or distinguished individual, of their good
moral character and respectability in the community
in which they reside
Resolved further, That all graduates of other Col
leges, applying for the second, degree, shall furnish
the Board with their diplomas, and acer ificate of
some distinguished or respectable individual, of their
good moral character and respectability in the com
munity in which they reside.
Resolved further, That the foregoing resolutions
ASBURY HULL, Sec’ry.
Formerly <>t .M’Donough. Henry county, has located
hiui«e!f in the Cherokee Territory
NEAR NIAV T.CIIOTA.
Where lie proposes to attend the Sheriff’s sales
in the adjoining counties, and superintend the
examining and having endorsed by Justices of the
Peace, all small t'.xecutions, that may • e diiected to
him. from other counties, for collection ; also, al!
large r.xecutioiis that may t>e submitted to his manage
ment : he promises nil his assiduity and care in this
business He w ill, strictly, pursue such directions ns
m*V be given him. Hiseharges will. in all nrrj. be
The Georgia Journal Federal Union, Savart’?!
Georgian \ugustn Constitutionalist and t’mirier, ’.ln
cm» Telegraph mid Columbus Enquirer, will give 'he
Above (wo insertions and send me (heir accmn.t« far
payment. W . IL
~ 110 WEL I. 'COBB~
ATTO’SXEV at t.axv.
Cherokee Court House, Georgia.
Is now prepared to attend to anv profe«s : cnnl I u
s'mess entrusted to him lb tenders his thanks tn
|t: .«•■> n.-rsons that have, so liberally patronised him in
-'ho Com t- where he has pr retired Cmnmuiiicatluii
I.' gtis . < attention, come post-paid
The Truth —The whole Truth.
Cherokee, [C. ll.] Saturday, July 27, 1833.
Os letters remaining in the Post Office at Cherokee
I Court House, on the thirtieth day of June 1833,
I which if not taken out in three months will be forwarded
to the General Post Office, as dead letters.
Noble P. Beall,
Gen. John Coffee, 2.
E- S. Candler,
Elijah Folsom, esq.
Benj. L. Goodman,
Edward Garlick, esq-
Sargt. Glenn, ;
George R. Glenn,
Z. B. Hargrove, esq.
J. J. Johnson,
Miss A. T. Jones,
George \\ . King,
William King- esq.
Gen. Allen Lawhon.
John Marfin, esq.
Martin R, Paxton,
H. G. Roynls,
Gallant Reynolds, esq.
James M. Towns,
John Tate, Jr.
A. A W inn,esq.
Win. W Walker,
Win. R. Williatnsan,
6—21 W 7 ILHAM GRISHAM P. M.
AU persons who have made their Tax Returns for
in originally Cherokee county, are hereby no
tified that the Books have been returned to me for
collection as the Collector for Cherokee county
Those who have by the late division of Cherokee
fallen into other counties cao havean opportunity of
paying, upon application to the subscriber by the
second Monday in August next, otherwise executions
will issue in terms ofthe law.
JOILN B. GARRISON, t. c.c. c.
j'dy fi—M -21
X O V \ (“E.
Whereas my wife, Eliza has left me without any
just cause or provocation and run off with John
Wear, I hereby forwarn all persons from trading with
her. on my account as I am determined not to pay
any debts of her contracting. Murry County Ga
May 27th 1833. JESSE E. BEAN,
june 29—m —23
Tolled before Felix H. Walker, a justice of the
peace, forsaid county, by James Wofford, of tbeß27tli
district, G. M. one dark BROWN MARE, about
fourteen or fifteen years old, four feet eight or nine
inches high her right hind foot white, branded with a
W. on the left shoulder, some saddle spots. trot«,
naturally. Appraised by Sylvanos Walker and Da
vid Wagoner, to twenty-fivo dollars, this Bth dav of
FELIX H. WXLKER, j. p.
Ertract from the original. July 1,1833
LEATH EM RANKIN, c. i. c.
Doctor M. Montgomery.
Having settled himself permanently in Floyd coun
ty Ga. respectfully tenders bis services to the public in
Ilie practice of
MEDICINE SUftGERY, &c.
He will attend to all calls, in any branch of inrd
j icine, and may, always, be found at the residence of
J une® Hemphill, esq. Vann’s Vully, until the county
cite be established.
STR WEI) or stolen from the subscriber about the
3d ot this inondi, a bright Sorrell mare, flax main
I and tail, about five years old, live feet high, w ith some
I saddle spots on ber back, consideiably wind-galled be
i low the Imcks of the hind legs, ami newly shod id)
| roun 1. Tho above Reward will be given forthe de
! livery ofthe mare and thief, or twenty dollars for the
i thief and sufficient evidence to convict him; or five
dollars for the m ire alone. If stolen the thief has
! made his way towards Tennessee. The supposed
thief is about thirty or thirty-five years old, sandy
iiair.bluc eyes, five f‘ r t, 6 or 8 inches high, recently
from McMinn county, Tenuessfe.
Auraiia, June 28.—m—22
FOR, AUG I ST.
' W l sL r ''l ’ c so 'd on the fust I ties lay in Angus! next,
I v T at the place ot holding court in said county,
i within the usual hours ci sale, lite following prop
i city, to-wit:
i Lol. Pts. Sec. property of to Satisfy
I 960 2 4 G. D Lester S.mmvl Hay
. 1200 3 3 A’f’red Brady If. IL Cone
; 12: .» 3 3 Alfred Brady H. IL Cone
1 I JOI 2 4 W. W. Law rence William Kibbe
1 223 1 4 M. M'Lood Watson &
! 633 2‘J 3 A. 11. Perkins Watson A
' 2'2 I 3 Wm Worsham JoeiD. Ili.ks
118 J 4 J IL Page E B. Smith
i 1231 2 3 A. Siveafbian J >!m Pittman
397 3 3 J. M Foster B. Ragland
9’o 3 3 Samuel Davis W. B. Marshall
’ls 18 3 Parti, t Whorton D-N. Pittman
499 1 4 S. W. Blount N. L 2. S.Stur-es
|• 'I 19 3 V. tn. Doyle R. Rutland
I ‘-92 2 3 11. Devm.e Stephen Corker
! : ‘”” 21 ” Henry M'Norri" Wade I.r.swn
!'1'! ! » 21 3 Samuel Tilley Joseph Perry
One ,\ir. i! and Vice l J. Keeton W. \Vn.!<-,v,’.| ih
JACOB I’ARLH R.
; ju’y 13—22 D 8!. ff.
Cherokee Sheriffs’ Sales.
be sold on the first Tuesday in August next,
. * » at the Court-house in Cherokee county, with
in the usual hours ofsale, the following property, to
Lot. Dis. Sec. As property of To salify.
4G3 3 2 John Rose Henry Rose
L 9 15 2 II W. Roberts L& J. Hooper
247 3 2 John S. Heas M. Stricklen
778 3 2 O. T. Dickerson J. M’Whorter
, 659 15 2 W. Parker E. Ormsby
B‘2l 2 2 Samuel Hurst Rorbert Carlisle
754 2 2 J. VV. Hamilton B. Whithurse
637 1 5 2 J. II Barton W. Racket
1033 2 2 J. Bradberry J. Wardlaw
897 15 2 Thomas Calley C. Meeker
754 15 2 Wiley S. Allison John R. Cargile
9) 3 2 Richard Cotton John R. Cargile
684 15 2 T. Cameron John A. White
333 2 2 B. Ginkins J Ainesworth
2 14 2 Wm VV. Wash J. R. Johnson
267 2 2 E. R Kellum Watson&Warren
733 15 2 RS. I‘ownel J. Cartlege
671 15 2 Joshua Mercer William Glover
273 3 2 J. D. Brewster J. H. Hammond
130 14 2 E. Hamilton M’Junkin
511 15 2 S. Pope M’Junkin ASmith
1049 15 2 Wade Perry J. P Winn
J. P. BROOKS.
July 13—22 Sh’ff
Lumpkin Sheriffs’ Sales.
FOR AUG ST.
Will be sold on the first Tuesday in August next,
at the Court-house in Auraria Lumpkin coun
ty, w ithin the lawful hours of sale the follow ing prop
Lot. Dis. Sec. A-property of To satisfy.
253 12 1 VV m. Leverett Wm. H. White
592 12 1 John Hunt John Morrison.
254 4 1 G. B. Reeves L. Dumphey.
1137 12 1 F. Richards E. Wood
194 12 1 Noah Boyd Thomas Davies
1093 11 1 John Gregory M. Nicholson
338 11 1 Fletcher &. Fitsimons Gaudry &
418 4 1 Isaac Russel M. Cunningham
39 13 1 F O. Mann M. Pendigrast,
55 12 1 F. Cullins M. Pendigrast
111 4 1 J. B. Robbinson M. Pendigrast
158 13 1 Jonathan Adams T. Townsend
120 13 I G. .V W. Jeffreys N. Fish
1071 4 1 Patrick Sawyers Baldwin &
1148 4 1 F. Smith J. R. Cargile
1063 4 1 W. P Glover Willis Green
222 13 1 W. Ridley J. Montgomery
1185 4 1 PR. Mays J. C Lot bridg’d
942 4 1 J. Newman J. A. Tippins
134 13 1 J. Brown S. Henderson
e -9 12 1 E. Roberts E. H. Burrett
I 1163 12 1 VV. Allen G. >B. Aiorris &
Robert B. Lott
977 4 1 II Mc’Lail J L Calhoon
llll»6 4 1 B. George S. Mc’Junkin
1030 12 I J. Choice Wm. Sims
856 12 1 C. Culberhouse VV. Green
J N. Wilson
279 12 1 A. Lambert J. Flanigan
591 4 1 J Whorton M’Juakin &
235 4 1 J. Stewart P. Lamar
90 6 1 M. McLeod Watson Ct.
527 12 1 S. M’Junkin Samuel Day
776 5 1 D. Wadsworth JT. Childers
222 13 1 Wm. Ridley R. L. Laine
455 12 1 David 11. Barnes F. Cullins &
951 5 1 James Wofford Jones& Sim ns
412 13 1 Basel Gi w ing P. J. Murray
588 12 1 T. W. Mills T. B. Leeper
675 4 1 Caraway Taylor T. G Hall
76 4 James Corbin VV. B. Shelton
740 4 1 E. E. Gather VV. 11 Kim-
brough Wiley Bryant
117 15 1 Jesse Dm rence Clem Powers
971 12 1 W illis Gilley Officers of Car-
roll Superior couit
318 12 1 John Mullius S. .M’Junkin
1693 12 1 J, Barron & others
733 12 1 J. Strayhorn I. N. Young
899 4 1 C. Crawford Wm. Ezzard
585 5 1 J. T Hardage J. W. Jones
11 13 I Isaac Know Is Butt L Cato
508 13 1 George Row John Choice
826 4 1 James Atwell W. C. Osborn
69 1 VV. Wil tarns &. J. Corbin
111 15 1 Philip 11. Alston M. &■ Hawks
1097 12 1 Samuel Jeter Peter 1 amar
428 15 I W illiam Jackson I. IL Raw lam
3’>7 12 1 Wm. O. Dabney S. Appleton
; 0-7 4 1 Jefferson Adams J. W illiams
j 177 13 1 Robert Gill S. Pridgeon
I 111 13 1 Philipl! Alston L. R. Beaman
11051 5 I James Watters, I‘. J Murray
' 45 13 1 J A. D. Lawrence Thomas Kilt-s
1 One unfinished frame I house. 30 by 16feet, being <>n
1 the lot selected fur the county scite ; levied on as the
; property of John Cochran to satisfy a ii fa in favor ol
i B. I'. Patton.
One high pressure engine, of six horse power, with
jail its appendages, as it now lies on lot no. 40. Ist dis
trict including amalgamators ccc; levied on as the
j property of John Loud to satisfy a ii fa in favor of J
| (hie Bay Horse, levied on as the property i f David j
i Mi l.vee, to satisfy a fi fain favor of John 11. Jones, i
: jmi. ' i
i SAMUEL JO?;r.S
’ july 13—22 Sheriff. !
i - |
Gihviev Shov;i‘kS* Sales.
■ id be su'd on t! •fr : 'l'm : dav in Augii. t next, ,
j VW at the Com’t-lLa;-.-in Gi’nur county, wi'frn
the usual hours of ;..'e the f-d;. v. lug property to wil : !
I Lot Dis. Src. pre; trhi i f tn SitHfy
2;5 24 2 I '.i-lm V-. i : s P. .I. Murray
I •'] 24 I J--‘.e M Mimi .I’ Cooper
1’ • I’2- 2 J t ’anliss '1 1’ Cnopr r
'I 9 2 }?. I .i.'ey H Cooper
1-1 2 ’>: ::•:<!';!• ! ./ i ,7 ;-iu’oi:s
I'i 2 V- ion Cti’-.p if.-we I C<-bh
i 12 2 W. VV lia’-’y J-rncs C Autry
8 2 'i I’icrce ./ tnvs'ia: II
-12 G 2 (?. Vugrr. dge J. h-. M. Wade
j 65 9 2 T. B. Sliarr Dutham.V
i , Leonard
< 1 3 2 VV Goodman E. Williams
65 9 2 T. B Shaw W. A. Carr
I C. W. Nixon A. L. Robinson
13t> 8 1 ./ Rin.l.rnu h J Rail
47 11 2 J’-hti fluff f fft p's of flip court
LEVI VV. ELFrSTUTL’ R.
• *i’y 13-12 jfh’tr
Whole No. 24.
The following GOLD and LAND LOTS are offered
for sale, viz :
Ao. Dis. Sec. No. Dis. Sec. No. Dis. Sec.
185 2 1 21 9 2 158 15 3
3*9 2 1 230 9 2 260 16 3
423 2 1 100 12 2 668 19 3
842 3 1 292 13 2 547 20 3
254 4 1 102 15 2 1162 21 3
152 6 1 431 16 2 35 23 3
105 8 1 712 16 2 98 23 3
195 8 I 309 17 2 94 27 3
346 12 1 423 17 2 197 27 3
1214 12 1 624 17 2 350 1 4
642 14 1 597 19 2 372 2 4
1267 14. 1 197 27 2 520 3 4
211 1 2 573 3 3 88 5 4
364 1 2 396 4 3 39 8 4
537 1 2 44 5 3 19 11 4
835 2 2 205 6 3 42 1 3 4
177 3 2 256 8 3 201 14 4
149 4 2 283 10 3 404 16 4
271 4 2 167 12 3
For particulars, apply to either of the subscribers,
. , W lILIAM
Fg VIE undersigned have entered into copartmeri
_H_ ship in the practice of Law, and hope by strict
attention to business confided to their care, and the
assistance of Judge Underwood, to merit a share of
They will practice in all the counties of the Chero-
I kee Circuit, and the adjoining comities ofthe West
ern and Chatahooche Circuits. Their Office is at tho
Court House, in Lumpkin County.
EZEKIEL VV. CULLINS.
GASTON M. UNDERWOOD,
I Lot number TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY
THREE in the fifteenth district of the third section.
For terms apply to my agent J. M. Allen, in Perry,
Houston comity, or to myself, seven miles west of
inay 25—ca—15 VVIIA IAM BALL.
Will attend the Superior Courts ofthe following
counties ofthe Cheroke Circuit, viz ;
Cherokee, Murray. Forsyth, Floyd, Cass,
Paulding, Cobb and Lumpkin.
june I—p—l 6
Achiiies 1). Shackleford,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
MAS permanently settled himself in Cass county
at the place selected for the county Site. Ro
w.h attend punctually to all business intrusted to hii
care in the Cherokee Circuit.
Communications may be addressed to Tivnl?,. n .
Post Office, Cass county KUn3
Strayed or Stolen,
ROM the Subscriber a small BLACK HORSE.
H. eight or nine years old, five feet high branded on
the left op as well as I now recollect with a perpen
dici.lar h ie, 'hree or (our inches long, drawn through
two ha’fcircles. A liberal reward will be paid for hid
delivery to inc, and all reasonable expenses paid.
. . „ NATHANIEL NUCKLES,
M lIIRIA GE LI CESS ES.
I’ur sale at this Gffiice.
A DUTCH SERMON.
The following admiiiiLle pioduc ion deliver
ed befote a company of volunteer soldiers du
i in? our revoliitionnry snuggle, upon the eve of
going “forth to glorious war,” was ca'cul .led to
nnpiess them with lit rculeaii stiength and cout
•fge . Mote f. .e!'d<, ven fust you come here,
}uu v, as poor, and now, fiiends, you is proiit
and yous go:ten on your unicotms, and dmn vils
}(,u like ,i dotig s upon an hog’s pack : now
mme L sends let inc tit,-il you dis, a nmn is a mail
if he’s no lugger as my dumb. Ven Tavid
vtnt out to flight mit Goliah, he took nothing
vid I,im put tme sling; now don’t mistake me,
mine friends : it was not a linn sling : no, nor
‘ g n sling : ro, nor a mint valor sling : no, it
w s a sling made vita biikcry stick. Now ven
Gt.iiuh seen T.ivid ct.n,ing, lie says, “You littlo
damp scoundrel, docs you come io vigfit me? I
wtl give yt;u to the pin’s of the fi. lt ;unl ||;e
peas!:-, ot the a;;. 2 avid says. “Gol;aIt, Goli-
ab, the ta: e is not always with the schwift, nor
IS the battle mit the s itmg : and a man is a man
if he’s no bigger as my di;tn!i.” So Tavid lie
• ixes a stbenc in his sling ami he draws it at
Go>;;'ii, ami knocks Itim tile tn the voreliead
am! den r I »vid fakes Goliah’s swurt and cuts
tit fits heat, and cen all 'he pretty goals comes
out, and stiewf'd flowers in Ins way, and sung,
“Saul is a great man, ver ho has kilt bis thou
s inds, put I’avid is greater a« be, vor lie lias kilt
Gohali.” Noiv r mitie fie i;ds, w l.en you roes
out to vigb.t mit the damp BiitLh, remember
u!i :t I deli yon, data man is a luau if Lt's uu
l-’gy’.’t ;ts my dua.b.”