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   British Press (Newspaper) - November 1, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 55S7, i 1HIS EVENING, VvED:NgESDAY, Nnv. i. (lis Majesty's Servanls\ti(tV^rf6rm'^ Tia- J ..iO .;RC)JMe;Oi.AJyf:R,,J;UMEl^v.,:i.H,j r ;� Prince of Vfr ti�,^Mr^yii.ioz; Paiit, Mr._,Mortirter ; MrJCoooEiv^rromUiielrheAIre Rqvali'LiverpooVhi&jfmitiap^ After wliicV, tte favourite: Extri^'agunia called, v    . .GIOVANNI IN U)f i.i>iic __, .._.....____ Mt::Florentine FiitickinfMrEfe�knard;iMr. JJepnly.;E"(jlisfii Qiii'xotte, Miss I^orey;'1\Ji�.''Eoe1!sl�, Mrs.' Orcrr';' Sirs. Di-aiftem6ryfiMr9.'ft*flhwey:Sq(ialliilg' Faii^^ �> Tbe.inte�iDrvorj;the;(Thealre.ili8�.ilJeen completely-coibel-lisked and newfy (]'>ror�le  -iThe chief partof the Scenery lw"a been'Wpiihte'il,' afiil'i iiiJ^jatjAiteinttrar'iErfoy^eBii !desigii�a dud exccatid by "'"fl�^^feY|5!^^l^4|se^^^ lioii f&s^�o-f >t;e'^^��|teilfa.'�ai*mi&odto^^^ PorlifcoPKinH^ been,Kyct#Jfl,|Wyd^ i^' bS.'    .1 Places for the Boxes to be Ulten of IWr. Rodwcll, at the Trivale Boi EBtiah'rei trt?fe Wtslfelltsti'ett, until'tliei rtin. pletio�,of Ihe.^lico.!,;;. :       ^�/�\. '''-,.--"o^,' The Poor(ttfilll�e opened at Half-phst Six o Clock, and le feforhraiifces W each 'EVehiiiir corhni^iiie'aV'SWVeh. '' the rrrrorra'-iuuc* tm .....^    ......------- . . Bowisj 7s. ;i Sei;ond � 'PHCe,73?.:'!Sii.-T^Pi,t,,^B..*}.Second Price, ,2s.-Lower .Gallery, 2s. j.^Sccond Price, is.-Upper � Ti) morrowy-Towrt'iiiiJ C6Wirtry^'*ith Giov�nni in Loii-don.        ��rr!;' -.ij    :j-ii^-,U,,y,- '; . � rflHlfe-eventing; WEto'N BSD AY, Nov. i      ' ' W'iiibe^i'rlbrVncclMheiConiedy'Mf THE CLAIVBESTINE IWAHRUiGE. Lori^. eIe,hy,i4>TT.,H;,jFnrreii;i iSir Juhu Melville, Mr. Abr holt; Stprlinj,*''Mr. FanWtl; Lovpvrel!, Mr. C'. Kenihle; Br  ntr': 'Joo~e�V fStftfort,- Wi". 'F= ipor;t-;;,Mi39i .Stetlin|r, Mrs. Keinble ; Fapny, Miss Fuule. After which (fitiit''lihi>!-'af-tliiii Thealre), a foVbnrite Farce, ;   (-  �     inOMe,aM,ir-*il*'d'     , '.,   1 . 't'OE RENDEZVpt).'!. Bolilinir, Wr. T}ain's frnnVthe'Dpera How^^^ A, t?rivats,Bo3C .maxhe^iriA fiu;.^IheSeason, or>tiiglilly, of Sir. Brsniloiii.attlic 8 &^^iiib*rt oF-Mi-.'BrandonV^tthe Box-Oa;ce*,Har)TSti:eet,from,Jie,n|jiHiEoor.^ Boxps, 7a  Second Price, 3a. Cul.-P'it, 3�. 6'd.; Second Prie<-v*s*2^li^i^v:&.i^ s^ebrfa'^Price; Ttje/JJgoriwilfhp opened al Half-past Six olClock, �n|>�, and Mnhnrcs, �i-- explained-,aiiiVthe Application of Rones,,(iypsupi^-Linie!, .Chalk,^c.ilelecmined on Scientific IViiiciples, 53,      , A TRE'ATISE oil the CULTURE of PO PAtOE-S. lSi-6d; �'�^ TS^WO (ii^'atfjfido/; iVi-'�ite 1^      Ten iVIiinite,., 'J. �  .   WE!)i n�ol�,-.aint-T>roi Prizes of 19,0fl')/ Consols, Hd,dsd to Twij ofi2,000/. .MiMiey, making toepitier Conspls niif) i\foncy. ,., _____.........-.......... '^'^f TickelsaudSha^*" Sole ContraclorVi. "Cornhill.'aml 0, Charioij-er.isii, London; who Shareit an.rSord^iii iHe last tVottcry, 3jB455>f...�i*�2':;Oi;..>.:..i;iP,90P ' J(i�uit�=8 various outlier Capii:"!?, Y '   And'by fii�'Aiients in Ibe CcMiiilry. ^ � � *�*&HertM, with'fair l*articiilai-s,' may hi h-id�rahsii^^ "lifeS'tlFtttCE.'iQvmt'eili'by ihe late, iarob Hirmel, ; 'Dediist'tO'^the RoynrFaiDilyi'liave-bi-en provcd'.;by long ek-perieoceituiRitutly! excels both-in eleguoce ffjidi^eRirncy, .eT rifect!y ;' ^ijUtt;ibe^c|)rV;K. ry ; BaUami Mr. fe. Smith. Coniitess of Lovelaogh, Mrs. Lazenbj; ; Silvii-'Misli \VtmAiif.ViB&ll,-Rlis� Hoa'lfeyl" ; jr Afieil'WhirhWllhe pi-oihiiietJj 'for the 'fiifj fiiVie, ah'entirely i I>ie>v Meio-drain3|iCj,Ri>mauce,-with, rvsw,Jjcenery, Mai cliiilery, and Drrsses, c.-iUeil , � ' ^ -     GREY,'THE COLLIER; '7 '  ' -qThe,princt|iaj� Characters :'by' 'Mrj G. Smith; Airi 'Rd5rl hotham. Mis. >y. S Cliall^jrley^, and-Mrs. Lazenbv. �. ,1, , 'The D.>ors Vviil be oi'>cne'3' at Six q'Clock, hud 'the Peri formaircE  QUartef before Seven jlreci^ety; Haltprice at Half-past Eight,..,    1 a    'i I'li-.' q       ,,,;�jII,CrAi^Y/JP^gjlpTiPN^,: "'C^MiniiHon^sifjneil hy ihir &ri Lienfenani hf ihe'cfSunl^ - '1 ' ,': ir.- ,,.  .. � !� 0/^,Cambtiilge. r., Riclwinl Shepbprd, Esq. to be D> puly-Deutenant for the IsleofEly-^aiii^d'JAiieir?, 184a. Commission in the Lydd Troop of Yeomanry Cai'jiUy', si^ed .   .b!/ the Lord fVardenofJhe Cinque Ports. ,,14' David Deune, Esq. to be Captain-dated July 25, ^1820.   , Commhsion'tin''iHe 1st Reeimeiif of Royal Surrey Militia, siijpedhji the Lord Lieutenant of the Conn/i/of Sttrrey; Thomas Grimwood, Gent, to be Lieolenaiit-dated Oclt*. "  her 3, ISiiJ."   ' '     ' George Taylor, Gent. 10 lie Ensign-dited April 14,' 16I7. : BANKRUPTS. , '!! Richard Price, of Tenkesbu'V, GInuresler, corn-factpr, i to surrpndrr, NoVeinbtr 14,'at fiVc, 15, and December 12, at eleven j. at VVilliain Rickftts's, Tewjcesbury. 'Aiiiii'iieys, -Mr. GeprgB Edmunds, .Excheqner-Office, LiucolnVliiir, Liuulon ; and Sir. Thomas Brookes, Tewkesbury. ./Charles H'all, of Coventry, mercer, t ','2^"; aiia Dec vemljer, ,4^; 11, \ and rDefemliep 12, ,at tePj at Giiil.dball, London." , Attorneys, airi Blacklow,. Frilbsjreel, Stihh-sqohJe';' 'ina Jft.iHi'm'ilton,' 'I'avfsj'fok'-ifotVjifcoVcii-gardeiitf,, I,:;^ j  i^.m^t >.?'fi hm ttim'' T^iomas, Bh'i^hfotr attil Thomas gouffhty Painej p{ Jtafflf;. ten, and Decirmher Kjlat: twelve, at the IJouji liin, Cambridge. Ailorncys,^ftfr,|Peacoc|fp, Cambridge; and Messrs. Toiink and Co. LliVcoin'a inu,'iJ>ijilon. ' - / William Sladei oP' LeedsfYofk, coriimerchanti to siVrreri' der, November 14,15, ,ajid,Deoeml|er,l2, a,t elevpii,^nf. Ihe Court House, Leeds. Attnrneys, Messrs. Fisher and Sudlow, Thavies Inn, Lon'dfanV and Mi-. Hnrra^j', Leeds;     ' ' ' "" .: Johii Beadey, of iyootltm Uhderedge, Glouceslerj clotbier, (o,su'rreuder, November 13, .14, and.D,ecen\ber 12,^ al,i,yel�e^ at' the Commercial -Rooms, Bri'sloi; Attnrnej^s, Slpssi's. iRridsSsaud QiiitteivRed Linii>square, London ; ahd Messrs; Hare and Wiuwood,|Bristol. ' fifush Girenvcsi of Alauchester, merchant, to siirrender, November20, 21,and December 12, at two, at tbeSlar'tonJ Mauche^ler. Aitopi,eyB, iVIr. Hanipson, Manchester; an4 Air. Ellis, Chancerylaiie, London. i�Iicliiel Lyuchiiof Wiirlefriars, Lbndonj rarmafii, fo inr' render,,..Noyeinbor 4,,ll,:and December 12, &\ lwelve,,at hiiiltlhall.' Atttirney, Mr. Bafho, Castle-street,' Hounds-(JitrhvLiindoiii- ;      ' ' , Thomas B:iiker,.now or late of the Hop-ground Brewery, Stiatiord', Essex, brewer, to surrender, November 4, 14, and "Dfcemberl2,arieu-,al Giiildliall, London. Attorneys, Messrs'. Fisher and .Muuday,;Furnivars Inn, Holborn, London. ^ D1VIDEN,DS. i �Novemiier 30. B G.iodwio, �f Orford, Suffidk, grocer, at 'eleven, �1 the Crown Irtii,Hro<)dbrTdje, Suffolk.     '' November 24. .W.. Brice, of Bristol, mercliani, at eleven, at '  the rommereial Uiioms, Bristol. November 2J^. 'S. 'I'liomson,'�f Red Cross-strret, London, ,  ca4leuilerer, at ten, at Guildhall. November 21. J. Bunker, of Graflon-slreet, Snho, ready-'  fiiruisbin* ironmonffer,'at IavpIvp, rft Giiildhall, Loiidbii. Ji'ovemher 2.5. A. An v  Siin. Taverrt-fieWsij.MiifclleseXj-roiiC'maker.-.-G-. 'Liick-w^iod, iif;^ Wbilby,,,York^.wooUen.drai>er.-J,,L!�ni;tbr�l, of Milk.sii;cet, Cheapside,' London, whojesale-liaberdaslier.T-Ji Carnaliy, of-RIorpeili," Norillnmberland, �common-brewer, .7-r.Si C�wiie,i>f Batbi.ta.n,,Loifdon, pawnbroker--J. Hirsi, iif Tuwer-sirrei, Lond-oi, cotton-broker.-VV. IMills, of tjxfurd-sir'i rtj'MiddlespXv lineu-d'raper. n PARTNERSHIPS DIS.SOLVED. ' . G. Stcp|icn laod 't.,,,GHll.emo>;e, of Neiw London-streef, 'Crnlrhcdfiiar.s, Lbnchm,. ship-brokers, Ociober 9, ,1820.- 'l: .Strbhil �iid'.i:'Haiell,'(if Newbii/y, Berks; drulr.j^ists, Se|l-lember.lS, l;820..r-;H; \yariier>na:VV.CIiaiidl�r, ofBrislol, chenusts, September 29,1820.    ,^ ; .      , -^iJi-''    �     mA'liKWrSi- � ; Wtam the " London Slereantile Price Current," of Tuesday, i,, ."^      ^     �o|tofiirai,i82o'] ; ; .WEst W.dVa .AND-.SPAn'iSU M,AlN.mODUfiE,. CoiTFBe'.-Oii Wednesday' last the deniand for CiiHec re-, 'VlveiicUiJsfderafirv} aiidtHe'I>"blic sale* rtn! that day aildthe npa'dVanii of^s. to 2s 6d,' per cwl. .on.the prices ..fast ^Me^!iy''''�2SJ. �iis'"tliira R# 9t?D6iniftSo-6n WednesdaV,' ^^^^ T�Jpc� is bep.ucb4emand f9rl|ar,anah or Bra?i|, ex vaqn4lily. i 10i8S3|b9|r�p t)fIj^jD.itfsStSiS.fciier.^tuni i! .^i.?^^^^.'';T<^.�.h?,^te�'Vj�;*�.^il^J^Sl?9drl aud,,l.h.erf.parfet.s brought |o auction h/iyesojd mori^_tf^(lily lion' on !Tli�i-.saay,;'pi.rl-^vas -iS0l-W*�i84s.'lt'crfe5�-.' aSftU "fflrtW mavivtfritakeailB'af;94!;.i6dv;:lo  -A.fewdots loif Si.,Vijoceoi'fj,wiih cettilieale were,jjio.ld,ba; iFi;idayVM.,80^-t!> - � LIVERPOOL'R'EPOET,OcToaaR 99,^18^^^^ ' ' -...The demand fifttsGoxTON: stUJVjibntiuiies bothifrUin-lhe in some instances stiffer; the quantity sold ia 8,400. bjgs, ronsistioe of 120 Sea Island �t ]6|d.^Sld, SOMSfwupif at a IPfa,5,g3biOri�fsn9.^al.9d,a.l4jdi;fS60;Pernam� al.-lSfd. � I-. �D4:a;f�;w .very 6i)B,.al !3id.80 Miua Novas a( ..... lliil V^26 DemeraMs'at lld.a 14id/; 60 Barbadofes lit llSd.; SSO'-SiiVatj af T^d.^a 9d.; 650 Beut;alsat<6fd. a 9JL,]. osed of at 28s. and a feat cheslsordHiary to middltiig while Brazil at 32s. a 34s. About IOO,punclieous of Demerara Molasses have been taken at SSs; a 29s.''' We liave a fair inquiry for PUnlslion Coff'ee; but. littleTs.olTerin^i.and.ljij? s,,eas|4ii, f.>r shi|/metit drawing now to'a close, there,h'as'beeii biil trifling business done in any de^cri'plioh ; tlie.'only sales are a few casks bf ^ooti to iihemiddltng Demeraraat.l333.8d.a t34s.; good ordinary Jamaica,'I24s. Oil., aiid"pfood ofdiiiary Do-miugn'I20s;: ihe'rc arc abiyit 140 tonii'n^Si. Dnitiihgn Ad-verlisertfbl^ public sale on Friday next. 1.^0 Bags fair Brazil Cocoa have-I.een snld at'53s. 6d., and'IOI^ barr%rs:Middl|ng Plantation 968. a 98s Jperfcwt. Ther^'is'still ITltlciriqitiry fj>r,Ri.ce,, a ntl_on Ij a few cask" of Caroiiua -bave.been, taken at ISs. a 20s. A. P^tccl of Riinenlo has,tii;eii disposed of at 81d! ptr lb. In "(Jinger noiliing done.' "Rup is 'still very dull ; Jamaica 16 O. P. Iiat been sold �At'"2^. 2d. a 2s. 4d. ami commoirLeewards at-ls.-8d. per gallonrrThercis little demand for Dyewoods; Jamaica Logwood has sold at 6f. ipsi and'Cuba Fusfid at SJ. lOa.: per Ion.' In Ashles Bblhing rloinsr,iind-Bos1tc^'P6t!iand Peirtsutfered Ky auction Brci3e..w.ithdraB'uiorjvant,of,buyers. A.-parceUtf .prime Rio Hides, of good weightsiwas taken by the tratleat 9d. a 9jd. peril).   Tallow is very duR. �'       ' ' The principal feature in the Tobacco-iiiarket this week, has heajtihf sal,e of ,l,t>() Iflnls^gond or^iiiai^lvfiituclijr Leaf to a sppcniator, at 2Jd. per lb ; besides ihese, some small lots have been purchased for export at about the previous rat;s,i :';.��    �     :    I  �' Wc cojitiuuc to experience, a fair.demand for Wheat, and Ihes^fe'lt'r pWt of the"lale siippliesf^ni' lrelai(dtias been dis^iaseil'loE.at -fallyltlie.iprices u{ last'Wectc,:'and'for fine qii.^.it|e8.a sinpllndyance^^^ he'sfippriTof TOuWbVen MDsideHlil^ ------r. -..------------,�,�is:, newbiies have decHnediallfftttlltt ptiSBiiShel,-.'^;   '       t' J't. jj 1 tially^souv, hasbeib sold by iiittWii- atii4s. per bi'l. and 500 brls. ^ood-yire|ni9,,8weel,[at.;3ijj^d.,perbrl..,   ji, �, Querbitro'n hark has bera in, ^eqaest; about 50 casks of New York,' of good qftalityV havtj-Men iakcn^for shipinent' atlSs. 6d,tol6s..andsoroe)siH!ill{it9>�;or!faicPhiladfelpbia by the tradeal I63. 6d. to I7s.6d. perewt. . � A parcelof 500 bags of'tine'n'fei�''Sliihlj'Shtiinac; brought forward-byauction^on ^Wednesda^i^fwas'.lirUfadraivn for'wast of bidders, ^infe which about 200,. 6agsjiav.e been SQld at 233 ,'and 500 bags lb be taken frtnlrtlie'�feip's si3e at ^ls.9d. per cwt. ,     ;   . -   ;'-   .      '   - For Olive Oil there is a limitoi.demaad., Afaont 70 tons of PalmOil have beeo dispiised of at'SSt'lOs. per ton. Brimstone is dull of sale; a syiaH'-parcel ttf Tuscan, o'f middling quality, has becnrs.old i)t;24/.;per, ton. Fish Oils have been d'ull'of ssre'stiice our last, but prices havenot vai;ied..        .     '.v   : FnuiT.-There have been nnmei'pua arrivals of new Ma-Uiga Fi-ni't during the week, and'the importers appear wil-liugto-pffecl ailes, butprices are jvithout alteration, except of Lexia and Muscatel .l^aisins, which are ralber lower. ^ Rr'FiNED SutJAlts have not be'in in good deibahd, ahd purchases of tow: Inmpabave been made ata small reiibciion. ,SOUTH AMERICAN, PRODUCE. , Cotton.-Tliore has been n fair demand for Eist India Cottou'lhroiigh'oirt' the week, which wouId'h'Sve b^h taken freely at the corrrency of thsjiate.sales,: rllut there was little offering on these terms ^particularly in Snrals) the business was in conseqnence not eitlensive;'In'mosVcascs a small advalicehas been realizedj and -the buying was chiefly for home tiade,. ,tl|opg|i tjie irii^iry : fpr,export, is more general tliaii has ' been .experienced fiir some time; in other kiiids of Cottoii-ibere'is'veryMitlle dbiiigi Tht sales of ill 20 Demerara ahjd Berbice, fair to ^od ISiJ. a I3.L ; 50 Ja^ maica, middling lOd. fair to good 10|d. a.lld.; 700 Sural (in bond) ordinary ib 'iniilcIlinS'6||Vr. a7 er,twii :v:; The B...P, Sugar marki;t remains wUhuut,alteration. BttjiNTJT.-^Th'ere been a liVety demand'ftir this arti-clei.aaJ;aicansiJer�bldadvftoce paid.;:.-!nV> ir,   � i , , :'f r:'- V -ja-^':. --1 . .LastCasas, .the e|oq^eot^theiodtffrtii;al�je tlefen* der of liie Americans, Uy si.rttcliedr pa. his death-lied ill lilViiiiietielH'ytrar.   For a Iqiig-pe'ribd '(Wei cedine His tfernfi^*',' lill Tiii thnti^hts'-wfere diretttfd towards the  ha|)pjneM of ii = bHleV^;w�irld; aiiii -thoiiRh.iiow;�lwnt''to �iter tha^ w,Ofy,'. lieilrem^b^^^^ ..pu tlie,%jiik,of'.^5lrtaiij;:,; Cp^isdupi* jofvlhcptirt^y eucounterfd, .wiinonl  iayi the-aiijyy elaiice of .�l,-wi,'8 G^rfjeiSnd* hfc -"fHS 54wie4ife3J;i *'?f '','1 deai'fi-bt'd.'iiiiu'ifbserveil wli^li >orrow, I lie dtt;d.)','it" fiH'lfa'i^^.^'i^oiigli'Ke 'sfilf � en'deavpiireii "to roti.se I lie HH'p�s''6f''fi!VdVniil:''fi'iei)f! ; Ijiit tlie gr'iijit iho'iiglVi dp (^tet'iiity HllVd" (lit^"i.(Jul fit' [jin-'Casas; "lie bs-jiged tl!'d-�ltl''rir iii �to''ret'ii-'e; a\i(f I-eav'L^irrWin Wie plrsf^iicfe' of W's'iJildsire;' '"' ' �     � -  LnsieusiscdHect^d'liibiyeff; he rccalled'fhepast to hvs iTifiii'ory,"aiid cast a Vetrospeetrve g-laoce over hJswti/ilelitV; bbt to whntevei-point he fixefd bis atteiitibn,' hedi^rnvcml rtors and ftiUliK ; lie; saw them ih their full in.i!;iiitude, and llieir coijse-ijuetices lay e.xtetlded'bel'ore hiiii like a vast ocean, �tjis ,{jQo>l Bclioiis, -OH, the; (-^jn,!T)-};, .se.eineci poor, poyered wjiji blemishes,,iiiid,void ol'the;,fruits which he^ had expecteij theA; would ;prod;icej.ike a ft|eb|;e sireanilel Which li^ae.s itj^iJ^fanuds; tiie saud.s'of desert, ,aiid'wfiose,baiik8" are iidorned neither witb "On, Almighty FalHer of inanlcindj do iiot" coii-dehm me; let me find   ace in thy presenile !" This emotion overpowered his Streiii^th, and.he* sunk into a prbfoiiiid sleep. Suddenly he ihoiifjht that the stars of lieav ti>all tliatwas good in- h'ilii^'seeined to belong to God, and � oiily his "errors'and Sins appeared to beloiigpropeily to'hlriiself. � . .The angel cotnthenced the history off his life; he turned ;in search of the inconsiderate aberrafioiig of bts-ynutb, but. they were no- wheie tO' be found ; the first tear of repentance had obliterated ilietn. The tear alone was visible iii'-tlieir stead ; anil every serious resolution to d.o,wistl, every joyltil einotion onthe fuliilme.iit of a., duty, every sentiment of virtoe and huiuilitys'4i>d.every; triumph over terrestrial nature, which is ever rev�lting .against tltr^ren, was careftiUjf noted down.. Hope then began to kindle iii the heart of Las-Casas: for, though his ^rro^s were, more numerous than grains of sand wCtn?jfea-sbore, yet his lift abouiidedin^Wctsriof goodnes!; and the^e acts became the more fre-qiient, and his faiilts the^ aiore rare, in proportion as-hii rears increased, in proportion as.experience and reflection developed the energy of liis mind, and the habit of I'dlfilling hfs duty strengthened his-Sfesiteand his power of fulfilling it. Yet his most noble actions were not! perfect in the eye'of God, and the source of^all his virtue was still troubled and tarnished. At length the angel raisej his voice, and his words flowed eloi^nently : the youth had attained the age of maturity, and the new. world, formerly peaceful and happy, was a prey to carnage and de-Sjiair, when Las-Casas appeared like the hero of humanity. The angel described what he snfl'eved and what he achieved ; how all the.sorrows of innocence became his own, and fired his soul with that ardent zeal which even old age could n.ot exiin--*gujsh; how, .supported by the justice of his cause, he braved the vengeance of power, and pronounced a -loud anathema on the fanatics wlio smiled on murder, and the policy which neglected to punish them. The ungel enuinerated the instances in which he had risked his life on the waves of the sea, regardless of storms and shipwreck, to lay the complaints of the innocent at the foot of the throti?, or tu convey hope and consolation back to the afHicted. He mentioired how Las-Casas had ap-]ieared before the proud conqueror, the first who had ever ruled over two worlds, when, on hearing the voice which reproached liiui for his crimes, tl�e monarch imagined himself in the presence of the Judge of the universe, and ihat-his death-bed was enveloped in avenginj^ Barnes. The angel painted the sorrow of the virtuous man, when he wept over his blighted hopes-hi* conraae, when he reassembled his forces and dashed, into new etlterpr.ifes-r^ and how, when his hopes were iinall}- extiiiguisbed, he buried himself in retirement, renouncing'all pleasure and consolation, regarding his l?srrestrial sbofle as a dungeon, and devoting- his whdld soul to the thoughts of e'^rnity.- As theatigel'per-iised the book, his eyes became animated, his-irouiite-nance grew more and. more radiant,. ajid. beams of pare and gentle .light, expanded around-, him: f'H" ?t;al in.the canse of truth and jii^tice, though r�T duced Ip .silence, and testified, pyiy, by tears, of ineBtimaWe yiilue ill.the, eye ql beiivei^.. The oldtuan I'StPod "'ttl downcast eyiett, and melancholy, thoughts were ex4)ressjed in his couuter nance. A sad, recplleclip," oppressed ; hisi . heart, niitnely, the fatal CRnusel which herJiud puce g'lven, iit 8; frenzy of despair, to relieve one people by the opp;^esisiofl.;V,f �i'',ther.*... His ihpnabt* .wandered ,p,n,ihe'han,i^s,ibi',the Seii^gaj.a and to \ tjii^ iri'/^nor of tjiit quarts/.0 eler- inferior to liiifritf Mirage antl talent, Re re?i.ecied sequences than   cj-ime o^darRness^, nipre lerlile in ,* thprigh.ljje infrodiictipti of Ijiis in.c,ide;itjjppeajrs to \>e 'ill!?object'for**iich'tie'Visidii is'pr^ yt �=it14 veiV aonblfifl *bellier'taalCiisasf'aiif really teiom'aieud btbecoftivaMoi^.ttfilhe'-Aihnican cbloniea by (A^ricaanegroes. j thtfAbbeGrSfgo'riPji'n � Memo'ir ,wl�ich he bfcaented to the� .^'KsiftSfei'^'aml'Vtf'&ft'ii^VeW.'K^^^^^ }�DOtfo,i�n(ie4 00 truth, a .: � ii.,ill f; till- ()'.- j iiJlli'f]*?!' iilld fears t.fian the old in'ari f'"ii:.! li-^ve iin.- gilded fn lii< a;ost din orbed di-i-ROii'. Tiiut imioi-i sity Ofhoirfir,   b^Vdtld the p(). f (i'f l'(l|�llH't;e U; e^jl'r-i-: or i.ir.cy Ir; inctiire, sprearhijver '.-o:r 1 li."!     : e i, and islatids.- t he crini.?s  of^ hnh-iriij-. T':.-  It ur -iiinoci.'ii'ce, ibp'.stifled i-ltrif ks of ao-nrn . l'.'.- -^il iic  ofdespjir, ill! were iireseiit-all. werf .i.r.r. �. !      . tieliire Gori.    Lat-'C;lsBs stood  txsi.lijii''-iiiojt ppfrifierl with hor'ior.   At !'h;.< his thoughts were no.,ionj;;er 'occiiliii''    �fi protect: his he:irt, moveil iiy coi;);) i>iinin, ii-lt oi.iv tiie ihisery of so niany-i-iiinions of hi- -vi-'i:rni~ tares. The �ii;;-el l-cheld liini ti.r men'ed ii\ the serpents of remorse, aiul shed a tear i.l' (i'y. A voice then i.ssiipd from the S3..(..)ua!_v--a .niilcj and gentle voice, like th-.it of ;i furoiving lailae.., aiui the angel heard the words-'< Teitr the bvok J" . � H�' obeyed; and l!i piiip.>is 1 >hall vainly sigh lor repo-e."; " Mnital," replied tlie augcl, "does not happiness rxist within thyself? And where canst thou find it, imperfect cr^-iiture .'-thou who art tiot, like God, e.Keinpt from faults aiid errors!-iifh^Te canst: thou fii.d happine.ss, if not iii tliC; proof whi entance }"-" Bin this iuex-[iressible affliction, proloiigqd tJirpugh tjhe lap^e.of ' ages......."--f" It will be convetted.iiito. hap^' piness and, plenitude of joy, in fulfilment ofstbe" plan of Him wlio created'thee. Thou hast-acktjBw.:;^ Ifd^ed thy weakness; now acknowledge'fTjnn .iiMfi* grandeur." . .. "�."S.^''^: He motioned to the clouJs, which opent^ti'TW* the roaring of thunder, and. ibe-angef 
                            

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