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Mt Vernon Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - December 3, 1852, Mt Vernon, Illinois S. BOG 2. A FRIDAY UY J. S. She m. s If not witbin or w 2 00 t 00 1\vt'v<' and Iter for u wili a of uil i Ii TIU otid of u was to ca entire Mb lo I tlic while licr of peril of ill a mkI lie liv ' ihc hunt of her a nml The Was mndo wA il c time by r I es of ruble place 5 lis to 1 tho in pi more upon fcr an To t ill le ii V. drowsy of these ' Il is not tlie cry of the tlic St. ' nor yd the yell of the panther and arc in The wild now opening from the highlands and tlic valley where the stood lull the a of for iho of the DuMfer hung wan r now upon 5 for ihoy Etoile llung buck her would ' j her car towards the quarter e. At of thirty on the next Trench there will until all I nrc pt option of ttf TUriMS OF nPr - of AM - St. iu lor wi houl lo To yearly - I m i i i r i i 20 CO of Icr L at wao informed I y htr the Ave or per y M her of the a venerable priest he had depravity and of that living been witnessed in respect neatly at lore upon She betrayed no seemed ' at tins ' i r i r i i the silver of and m the wishes of her prayer and which in the holy of to avoid at hazard a fate to of this holy man who do not express I or beneath more 1,1.^. to arc livo lines or ' i i ni a f - R 00 tl the z the r - 1 50, J nation to ' cAMi in I h ' from irreligion or until trol by a the J of that whose living wali not been witnessed in bv the Indians wl and neatly and that Wu upon their no seemed to The Lrw of mo Pv the promise of a Rreat 1.., lo order to solicit his service 2-If subscribers order the iho a Indian to bind to of i ice of their the publisher works of the bhe him to determination to ay to send them until a I ' and worlds in by to the Fre Franco It to solicit his services in after seek the q If or to chain of they en- I ee and to a. Brrow which .be had the and oti the ihoy arc held re- of the A prepared will in lull evening reached the of the priest nv. arc p u their ihei a. the sound and a fixed look ol truly told the * It is tho bay of at length she are forever lost 1 My father's blood hound is and when this cry is on the In death I tfm Neither of man not of the shall sever us 1 The which we and happier home At thf same instant she of the sun from the and With a single blow of her in then y The * raised the mound in and it with the lovely trees of ilie He planted the oak which has been and it the the a simple of Christian faith and mortal or have fhe 8'itisfaclioii to announce the herself may now abandon i the Hon. With but strength to utter these the sunk the arms of licr HV They proved too The of of succeed the Hon. deceased and that Mr. Everett lias signified his occf oi the is in a most they held 5-Ti I unison had imbibed other sentiments than the rising of the on the night of lae the good man urged proposed to despatch a runner for the dog of the He was of an illustrious but unfavorably known in the cruel history of the early emigrants of for staunchness and indomitable for great vigor of I inci edible powers of and of ' lor were i nis pronounced decided a who neglects and deep and ardent cation being firmly fixed lothe arrow was was by At the ngo of grace given lo the who the stately form of St. formed The missile was lo perform his duty of as required by the of the for t a and they ofthe had unfolded ihe up in the morning by ont the depths of the Tlie moon i nr of and Minister lo each of. which of y he has his vvith unsurpassed and with a purity and patriotism beyond He had the lumor of being recommended by Daniel for the position next in rank and assimilation of duly to that which matchless endurance in the His called to smd of * endorsed for tint position by Henry upon tins occasion had not 1 ' v J t i Pits and academical as too highly and his which never was hailed by the Natchez with a shout of savage St. convinced that flight or resistance would prove equally desperate and submitted in silence with un- one of the rojc seeming by the but his disconsolate the THE FOREST o ' T HE INDIAN loved beyond all tlic made of what was called At this point of our the It circulated among the st. well versed in the habits of the of the French had which became intolerable mci lent was M. and On A OT TUE of the ho lo in in of t arne cn by a spirit i y he roamed far and a d y after day until all ceased intricate and On and every circumstance Pierre it presented no mystery he si the would plunge proved that alone was and joyfully prepared to obey the the water and follow Us a i wanting to brieg ive The eventful moment at their trace might be on ibe Intercourse had appeared calm and In the practice look Am yed in the of these similar they they tume in ct by the On the the I er own e never looked of a 1 nuire ii 11! ov seemed m ro - ' sounded the gush c morning tl ihe forest hope held Sr. thus arid she was for the and over those vast prairies which spread of ici in ominous in Icn o the of her inclin to re act under these the centre of our and western limits are only fixed ly 1. 1 m k 1 i n ' nod to burst With iHu cd lite summits of the Rocky - ' destine li at no The ha iPe vivifying beauties ed with wish the Presidency of has also acquired him an extensive nnd enduring fcr the first The country is indeed truly In of the of its foreign and in the Department of State lay were thus made by ant The prisoners were to the the good who knew well the fate prepared for St. saw the party on their and accompanied in order to afford to the condemned OF 8ILVEB The same scarcity of silver coin that has so long prevailed in the United throughout the European as will by the following paragraph from the those consolations which Christianity There never for many years ways confers in mortal so a scarcity of silver solemn council of the nation the at in consequence of the very liate Frenchman was condemned to the of silver that amidst the lamentation of women taken to Poit the cries of to j and other ports all of whom he was endeared by a of Australian colonies for the The stern uio bad 1 na s iPe vivifying beauties of ad ol whom he was endeared by a 01 Australian colonies lor me eir eon whose jond Exhausted lender The of the adventurers at the gold that day to be 1 in the nich required to such an execution are too well Nut a vessel leaves the ports of dart into blue ciMu 0! the mast lovely maiden sun had passed the zenith and as they yet the in her upon an which 1 cr tie wearied awoke from 1-1 11 1,1s in m-i v awoke I er vast tributary to bad her as one of hi at jbe to home and kindness and suavity p 1 im a He in truce Willi bis wir at and to sob with to home and far ierre that and ly n ul an 1'lie murri and among the litis and sunny of slumbering by and he most fair which seemed to and joined their be u tl c In- Towards ihe close of ibo day z were if unto and del her Mil J ami entf in bis us which I hope was of the cl in the w of their artless Kojl ' \U 1 1'ot lie trees grape and the .i the inexorable in there until opportunity should the ro now we c. was and they renewed Ii nu be knew tie absence of the intended bride thus was not us soon be j their The anxious 1 Pierre had an as if in known to require they ure but such at least as humanity shrinks from out a of both j gold and silver by Thc hour and the are proceeding to the above and was bound to the purpose of making large Over bis head hung a gorgeous of of gold from the emigrants as if the then to be at the or would prove acceptable to that di- and bullion dealers lo their It might have been affixed there in the holy faith cf the ' specific It is r circles of great the bankers in the city and the were disposed the currency to destined to terminate this amount either at the Bauk of England or at the Royal to 1 a their correspondents in different parts the the there ir- I the king lorn with silver At lo and she viewed the the calm and steady eye of an i .i other commercial Nut a tear dimmed the vi h imp them to reach u whence they which ibey cd eloquence every by ich I.e embark for wild flowers for their and Aa a a scene Thoy for them the most beautiful feathers l Natchez and a he were on reaching the to from the spotless mediation the find there undiscovered and mere of and hinted at new and The challenge of the the hum of he aimed a I be he docile people so far us We have sworn by ar hark Again It is the the roll of the g nmg he a lo the branch and again descending and pressed his car to the fears are said ' it is Jut the moaning of the forest 1, were unheard and the solitude of the de- deer has passed his they cime within his in those old man pointing whose broken the shriek roused by the scent of domestic arts most calculated to j beams seemed to bis while of the fell heavily upon their ' ' as if to sworn ly They reached what had once been the en- And now at briefer intervals there came our and the is ol tlin where a low and but not But when confessed ering heap of and the like the closing ring To the elder he taught and the manual adapted to to the the literature of his land and to all he held in their grandeur and the which influenced his own actions and exulted his the pupils of St. Pierre was the of a in whose family he the most the nature of their the glance tacle of mangled and c met the hk of too surely the of too plainly the high red So secret had been the plan displeasure of her He upbraided of the and so fatal as unworthy of her and under the disguise of a could consent to blood with ing was intended against the the enemies of her If spurned that they fell upon them at sunset and of a or the wail of 1 i i 1 1 V 1 and Lul the for She was m her bridal J i bullion and specie for sed wuh tnc regard to and I tt n i rt i l nhl b ana the I arc also very in consequence of this immense taste at her almost folds of the hung a small pressed to her she hove a silver presented by her husband in it appears that the at the mint intend sum days of peace and m ' coined into and likewise gold the top was drilled an m was inserted a strong and sharp either of fish or regard was paid to in the engrossing an Eolian now for a moment which attracted all eyes to the now as if in doubt and and | up into wild and fearful bursting forth in the of tri- suddenly sprang forward Into the ' line of which repelled the near approach of the ' I my she * I The strain came booming the deep notes swelled out to their fullest scope and pealed suddenly among the rency of half sovereigns for the convenience of the who are placed ia great from tho want of a small medium in their The in who looked out of arid is a it is now generally have been spoken
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