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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 2, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                toe toe V MAKCM miratod I engine pulling away at a flno 13 PUBLISHED EVKIIY AT ALTON BY BAILIIACHE oo one Square or DO For cncn liberal deduction niailc to yearly cornetof TMrd and Philadelphia and at his dlllbrenl olllces In Notf Baltimore nnd lo receive intended forliiBcitlon in this iiiiierjaiiJ also o ncl as our general Agent any milter connected wilh our by This worli ii edited by lo MB liio rrejuhl can lonileil with Ilio and publishI aBlciillnrnl wcallh of nd 1 couic the p ocafclCiSI7irKle icn gical 131 New York In five years I expect to see il II1 her own DU will Imvo a idea of Iho uiliid if Fanny Delightfully paiiH the With Fanny during he absuncttpr her mother or iihe aang One Dnllar per Another Issued by tho 77ia Water Cure Herald of likewise linols will put forth aud Spring nnd Carltnvillo and all il flow nnd those who will aid in this work and when this great road ii and ready In commence the miserable Who Iho it Is very neatly lines may RB well tlicir How mid much talent and re and then pemuns can pcl from INTEUESTINO Tho following letter intelligent ftiul ImltntnmiH colored who went from Now Yotk to Liberia a few months be rend Who feel any interest in tho success of the in llshmentof on the rlcan In which tho race may enjoy unmolested all Ihe rights and privile ges which are now denied them in tho Uni ted This letter originally appeared In the New York and is to the daughter of Its writer in that Wo commend It to the attention of unch of oiif colored as desire to obtain reliable in for mat Ion about or have it In qon templatlon to emigrate to that Cape Palmaat Dear Daughter I have arrived info in Cape and am much pleased with the also the manner in which I was I wish o say that I was treated very kindly by tho and all on board of Iho and bavo been treated well since I have been I have received a great deal of kindness from the I have my provisions found me for afx cooking and every thing necessary that can bo I have a washwo man and I am employed to cook for six months and after if the good Lord should spare my I ahull move In my own which will ho built fur You will bring out every thing you can possibly Bring your and all of furniture you ponibly Bring out some of that cheap fourpenny also as much leaf tobacco nt you possibly Bring out ladys la dys nilk pocket dip inij Hewing cultoti of all cnlton U uorili sewing silk of different figured and prinled Every Ihing there tliat ia cheap ai can is very dear here and there is nothing for ifcle but what will sell Every liltlo tiling you ran pack away in your pack it to you will not hnve tn pay Tell my sister la tell nil of my nnd her if they want lu bo a to come out M ho place for to live in altogether iliflTBifmt friim what U unlcl of the Colonization It belter we can nr could Bring me out smna fruih garden ceiiN uf nM and much as you possibly c and particularly RatsBfras nml I forgot to tell you to biing out rib Cape Palmas is a very prelty nnd If you can come do nol bo peinuailed If nlop at fur he people will try hard to stop you The people here that have gone through the oeem to is doyoted to he philosophy of curing and prevenllng Dis embracing the true pHnciplen of Health and and conducted by The price is also One Dollar per To Iho attention of the pnbilnhefi of that cellent tho Scientific Amer we aro jndebjcd adpagei cnUMed The American Patent MS enacted U nlainaoff tho nnd every other In necessary to enable any one to ake his own application for a t the assistance of any other person what ever and thus o secure tho preservafioi good people enjoy very sincerely look as well an any other In the if they are not as prospermr In wealth as other Your ever dear ami fliTecinnatn ELIZA To Amelia cure of Lou iia 16 Marlon Now York Itlackwoods Edinburgh Magazine fo has juM made its appearance o our and posseisrs uncommon inter contenls are entitled as follow Year nf Revolutions Fienc CotKpierora and Caxton pait While and i SpainTho Dodo and tin KindtedTl Sword of Honor a Tale of Thl work hai reached the 31st year tcnco and in universally admitted to be Hi best of clam ismed in Iho British dotnit It is reprinted in New imrne diately after its appearance in Edinburg in precisely the same but nt less tha onethird of Iho by Leona Sooll 79 Fulton corner Three dollars per The February number of that excelle Holders Dollar reac ed us a few It is embollUhe by aundry neat and appropriate engraving ilhiitratiro of the literary which very well and contains much ns nil Information on varions Tf proporllonally o Iho amount roading It and KB tnlrimic valu is much tho cheapest issued In tho Unil and It daily growing in Ihe publ It and published 1 Chatles lOf Now York City One Dollar p We havo received tho February numb hat valuablo and interesting publicatii 11 Woodworks Youths It is t of the fourth volume and contains variety of excellent admirably ct nutated to charm and improve its jnven Ihe perusal of which paren guardlatn may safely recommend youth tinder their The Ca net U conducted by the Francis Woodworlh and published by Clinton 135 NAMB New York One Dollai Jhe American Phrenological Jjurna for has found its way M It well filled with a tier of ablywritten which one on the IMiyitiolo Rlcal Oignnizalioii of the late Amtrei i own The price Twelve d a hnlf Cents or twelve copies T One Dtillarf sent by mail tn any part of Unlied Munn New York Some friend at Louis has also favorr us with a copy of an interesting little orkjust published by 77ie itide to It embellished by very neat map of the different Routes from Joseph and the mouth of the Kansas to Franclscbj and gives all the informa in which may bo needed by those whom id to visit r the above Jo ph Ware is Iho author of the Guide accuracy of which is vouched for by njor the celebrated Moun We regret to from the last number The Chicago that Its prlnci I Richard who s conducted it with much ability nud sue ss fnrnomp years hoi been compell illhealth to vacate the He is ccocded by Charles whohaa heretofore awisled in the ittorial nnd who will doubt siMtain the high reputation of the pa The first number of The Sparta weekly just comniriiCediii e town of whirii it bpars he ade nppenmnce In our It i eutral ImBmiifea renpeclable and s edited and published by Doliich ami Shannon e fomier of whom has heretofore been nucclrd with he political press of Illi Sunday morning and a ie cloudy aud par cularly lo one who has been wailing t iv to pet a conveyance I retired to rest In good const ng myself with Iho reflection lhat in the I should Unit at leant on my waj I slept sweetly and dreamed tha he mud in the been changed in o a broad beautiful and on the boxon f that Ktream a score or more of steamers Rtne gliding along puffing and sending Ihei hchargeft of high up toward th and forming Blrangu and beaulifu hapes and I thought too thai I look pan nge on nne nf these floaling an after a few landed in and there I erected many olif dreniii instead of caliiatiin of I woke thin mnrninu t hut inynelf no better provided fortlian On Ihe Iwasinfon perhaps probably n imid wauon wotil ie ttiHeit oui ilus nmriiiiiKj and if a ma chine of ibftt kind should be started or QOHI 1 might he taken and after Few days be landed at Imaciiie if you can my dUnppointmeni my produced by a delightful vi and by a painful I how and CHIIIO down and found e ery bndy enjoying a fine breakfast ai with greater haute than had characterize my I souCM and found a seal at tl and for a few mouienls banUhcd eve ty unpleasant and enj iyed a ci or two of excellent a light bicui and a choice bit of D it even Ih happiness was of duralion fur aft firnMiine my I entered tho sitlii and there I fmind a crowd of gent men chatting and enj tying the fl of n choice Very well o In I procured a regalia ai scaled myself in the grnup llmt the and again I felt Thus parsed another half hour and Ihe end of that linie tho Billing mom w but the appearance of those pre cut was somewhat In every reclion I saw gentlemen in full Sunday Commencing wilh Ihe I saw fine glossy narrow bi I turned Mate on erect snowy white a bountifully starched a neck tio of peculi benul a waMcoat of sinning beautifully figured coat nnd pnnta of s petb black and hood and si iiing wilh an application of somebodys perlor oil In a crowd thus I fell like a r In a ftlrnnge I had been from hoi long eunuch lo soil what clothes I had w My Slocums were mti dv my collar would fall down and ail my shut il il had ever known I upholding power of twas before la My shott coal bought f use in California nol in faliiim a in I was unliUo any and every b Ion to Carlinyillo in something loss than ree nnd nil the Ills which now per ex me will be So mote it DOWi Macoupln county j WUITTRN ON TUB riv A aunicntDEn ON tun prcnt MlsrtfsRippil nonn equal lo Thou Hows I through n land Itotti foil lie and free NofmontrichcbnimlB IrWaVon thy Thy wnlera ore free for the rich and the Many ogcs have paucd since Ihou floivdst IhrotHi tliii land Which a proved by thy and Brml beili of Band So Minisoiiifii whereer iremt thoe riiu 101110 may say check nnd turn then more Roll mighty river thy ffranJeur Ttof we who now view must inon tiass awan Tliyiuslleas boW surges Bliall ilash on Till tlic mighty Archangel shouli Time is no niorct1 om composcil of seven My is a My la My composes a partofn Wy is a failing of My jg uticil in n My is very ami My whole sometimes puzzles the most AKT AND BY HARRIET QETC 11 EH Ellis Griy to her here ia a George So ami he to be down hero next week I give jou fair Funny looking up om her you mean by mumma Now just said the el r laughing yundear lillle you never can understand any tiling liesII h slated as definitely as the multl icnlion But we need nn vrarninp in case of cou n Im said to be you hear ie little inuoceiiij said secnm I you never heart ml he had been visiting al the Courts o seeing all Ihe fine nnd ate lo be 11 amateur nnd connoisseui liilionor h i having received a furlunc of o id E dare nay now you thought he waH coming home imilte dandelion chtiins and playwill niton as you used tu do when he wa Fanny will never take the world as il aid I do believe slitwill be i hild as lung ns slio Grey ax if she were sighing over some riiili al defect in the mind of her daughter am ie delicate cheek of Fanny showed a tin omenhat deeper ai ohe and 8h vent on with her embroidery in Grey had been by the smldei ealh of her aole guardian uf h uree girls whose names have appeared o Site tvai an ambi long woman one of the unrl for whom no liing is ever fitiisheil enough or perfect e otigh without n few and dnshes nd emeudalions and nsiuch people nlwnj nnke n miahty of educati Mr Giey had made it n lifes lootde and the character of In aughtora and when we une the wordcha as Grey understood we mea t to include and aecoin ns well those more tin in mind and Grey had determined that her dnugh I Oom vUiici sociably I over the gho was a grout ran the over the woodswith her little cot go bourn mid btiltl her own tMles h the without any body to help ill them downy we think about the ippicM her But nlTdirs vvoieMVcry hen re rued from Enropefftx follqf foreign tastes id notions df artificial ctcrand generally do Poor Fanny was jlgiigcd with ft torrent of ew Sbe lieinl of styles of appear and styles of of nd styles of and that ml iho other and fifty ivaysof producing an seemrd to her lhat people might to be ol to have so many lingt to think nnd about Iho how and by of every word And wholmdtio manner ofdnnbt f her own abilily to make nil eilnuk the pnint with Fanny as nyflemali ally as one would underlake to malto over n old Poor who had an nu onquerablo averiion to Irfing on dressen points in went through ith most exemplary meekness nn entire for ma lion as Nail cxiernaU but when Grey net henelf to work her and and the mntler ccame nomewhat mure Rerioun Tor Ihe unyRiit feeling and fanciful elementii of her harncter were Incapnble of beiiicarian ed according to uparkling wa erdrops are of being strung Into nd or the gay clouds of beiuc nndo Into artificial Some warm natural desire or iaste of her wn was forever inlerferhig wilh her mo hors regime somoobstinate littleFanny would always put up head in defi nco of received as her mother palholically do what nn would with always come nit after After tryinc laboriously to conform t the inthTii which daily net before ame ut to lite cmiclnnion that some iirnl inferiority foievtr prevent her spiling lo accomplish any thing in thai If I cant be xvhntmy mother II t bo Naid nil a one day o her for if I try In I shall neiihe be nor any body and on Ihe her niolher and came to the lame Ami on Iho he nolhor nnd found it R very convpn thing to have one in the family wh not dludying or aspiring lo air him in very ttgteenble lo Grey I imve a daughter to oil with her when sh hail the nick head while lliu ollie wore euierniining cmtipnny hi th room Il was very conve itent to her slttiern lo hnve some one took sn little limithai sinhad a lnnd nnd n pair of hamU ai llirji in case of any toilette Then she was loving nnd en tirely tn be out tallied and out shone on every and thai was another ad As to and Iho sensation Inionof hia own and thv consequence un nhen tired of the eiTurl of f really longed lonttd somebody lo talk to nd In heone evening ulrulled ilo the leaving a gay parly in the raw ing room to Miss Fanny was there quite tntehtupon book of aelccUoiii from the old English Miis said you are very sparing of the favor of your ompany to this I presume my company Is not much said Fanny with a You have a poor opinion of our said replied orgctUtho person you art1 talking to It ii not t all necessary for you to compliment obody ever so you may fool relieved f Nobody over Fannypray ow is that Because Im uot tbo sort of person to say uoh things pray nhnt port of a person pughl ho to order to liavo such things cplied like ulster or like oil I am a of any iino witstes thuii fine words on 1 ever know what to ntaUo of And pray what mun uno say to you said quite what they really think and really and I am puzzled by any thing Accordingly about half an on might have seen Ihe much admired oncn more IrRiitfurnied In Ihe cousin and enjogad in a cry hitcresling tele atele about UIULH md every struck out Into extemporary which filled the bosom of every man prctenu 1 must coiifcis I uevor heard a belter or oiic so well Episoupalian as he Cooper lilnxclf never prayed with fuel such such correctness and and in language so elegant and for Am eft Tor Congreis for tho Province of the chusclls especially the town of It had excellent effect upon everybody I must beg of you lo read the Pen mi If there any faith In the series Vfrgltianro or Homeric or especially the cartes it wnutd have been thought ft scene worthy of tho pnintcii was In Carpenters In Phila a building which still Uiu devoted Individuals met lo whom his Washington was Hen and and and and Jay and by their side there bow cdln Purilan pattlots of at tltiii moment bad reason believe that nn arnud soldiery was wauling their humble It was believed that Boston had been bombarded and They piayed ferviiilly for Amer for the for the Piovince of MaosaeliiKctid nnd for lie town of and who can realize tlio enuiiions with which they turned Imploring ly 1o luavcn for divinp and aid was says to melt a heart of I saw he ears autli into Hie eyes of the pacific Qna kcrrt of IP the and was banished to Ono of hln daughters nnd wanhed his linen while the who had been betrothed to Ihc Czir Peter the YmdcriooU Iho of his kiloheiu Ah nnccdolo is related of anlEngliib clo after long drinking Uatli ak It Into his head to try IhoBriilol hot He procured from hii physician to n brother staling his t after ho had proceeded ou His joilroeyc induced htmito pry thi ntcnts ofthp when Iho following ords presented tlicniselvci to hliaitobiflh7 vtilohi bearer is a Iltihlre the most of is needless to add IhaMiii cure was at co nnd ho instantly turned hU rsc toward sadder add awUot V A UOMAN pnoriiEcv OF WASH i KOTO one of1 the following inarkaulo acrbis DIFFERENCE IlKTWEKN TlIK SKXESi Whal lawyer hasmii observed this dUTer yon mny skip ncrom a fortnight from his look in at Ihu same nld the selling aim 11at its wcxtern you fanny ailllng hack a little lu the with one slrucgling ray of Hi111 illiiminat ng her pure chlldlxh and she look ng up nt Somers ait il In some ndden perplexity nnd dear if we arc our young genlleman ia blush cousin Bays tho what do you tnennV I lintight I spoke plainly Fan replied cousin iii n lone that nicht IIHVP made ho matter plain o be Fanny laughed aud he gentle nnu limkcd terribly nowdoni be paid hs 10 turned away tvjth a vexed and innrtified lit indeed I cant help it to me soudd what will they all think of 10 consequence to what they cnee between tio A man H indicted for an nainiily if a wo ulio attends her in the awful Jusilce lo con sole and cheer her braving the stare the gaping the humilialion nf Mich com panioiivhlp nud such a connection A mo ther or a How seldom a a or a a man is placer in the who is he most solicitous for him It is always his aged his bro kjn henittd or ilanah All that they made tn noclely xvas sulllcri have Gratified n dozen ordinary thnl they and was infant nnd precedent nnd yuung alUlarch nnd twirled their laced pocket and de on Iheir lliey knew nol which wit MtaIsabella it an iiirreed between them nut n heart in Ihe gay woild remninrd in owners pnsjsescicnB thing which miglil have a noun loiind to did imt know the chnincler of articles often the triflluc item in the inventory nf worldly A nd all this nil ihnl the inorit llie neiriiH and Hint in your i or the brinlil ufi heart fimneh at I with nl ois mould bo sonipthing allnaHher out of wari something in this lie roinmoii way and accordingly she had wny I believe there is another Is cundiicied the iraiulnir of lie ulilil there nol1 vilh zeal nnd cflVcl Ihal every ttnceof there is a quiet little blue eyed bo an oriuinal eharacier was eilncated out of who never hiw a word to nay for herself All of their ijuile and instead of gushing naturally j it was note fact lhat Miss Fanny from heir according to tho never had a word to nay fur If ono nost approved diligently compa hail seen her on a al nny one of ihc red and the was houses along Ihe Ultlo green street of her an showy of some consider native they might have learned hat iiblo and had been assiduously her tongue could go fast trained to make a senaallou na a woman But in lighted drawing and among ability and Her mind had been bulling and surrounded by people filled with Information on all sorts of snbiwho were a ways saying because much faster than she had power lo dijsurh things were proper to be Fanny Kent or employ il and the standard which and and unren her mother had net her being dv and for fear lliat would rather above the range of her Iheie thing that she sbonld the en imthing at all neveithtleris hough xhe said olio made very good tito of her and found a veiy animcinent in looking nn to see how oilier pcnple conduc ed George Somers ia actually ar rived nt Gieyn cmuilry am Ihcre ho wuli in tho of Ihal where the whin rosei are peeping in so To be Inoiighl Fanny lo as cjnielly suiveed dim tlio hiulc of a pair of inannilicnit heard him iiassinii Ihe of pliuiHiil back and with lie a ed end practiced nirin Ihe world Mobosure I wns a child in imagining thai I should tee couijn George Im sure thin nificcnt young full uf all utter ance and ia not bo coinln that I unrd lo feel eaiy Fanny gave a half ami then went out into UIH garden to warier her For come days Somern ceemed to feel put upon reputation lo sustain tho char acter of uhich every ono who ho tour of he contiiienl U exfierled lo bring home ivllh them as Q innller if fir Iheie xel dom a nung genlleman why knowt that lie has in 11m who can retinl you Its of n I if you hail the heart 1 gave you credit yon seen my before do sil my deal snld draw ing him Into a chair qiul lell me how could poor little Fttnuy Nobntly how could I have thmmlit nny Mich with Mich I hnvtV I did think tliat you liked me Ihal you kiuw more of my real feelinm than mamma and but that you hat you nver I nm that you iliil not full in Inve ivjth That would have met your then Kaid George and looking as if he would have looked through her soul and she turning away her head added youll lose nil yiuir Credit for good title ell mr hat do jou like me fm lean give you the beet of rcinons I like you for being n natural for being nitnple in your and simptc in yom ml nol reputation or en all very reasonable lo of nurse said but it will be so much jtcfk to poor I daro Hay your mother never could tin lerittand aeelng Iho very aornenf cnl In have rrally natle my eyex and long fur somclhhig simple as green or pure uater to rest them 1 cunu down hero tn find it among my and I foil nil In your DIN ers only such women I hnd wonder ed nnd all over till I WHS tired of mother achieved what nhe aimed perfectly I know of no circle that cmttd produce high er Unlit is all triumphant after all nnd I havo so strong a cunent nalurnl feeling running through my that I never cnuld bo happy except with a impulsive constant sensation of etToil in her keeping up lo In hearing her you were constantly reminded I ant a woman of intellect lam entirely above the ordina ry level of and on all she was HO anxiously and laboriously well and ciicumstaulially that it e noughtu make ones head ache to hear her lite second pnr ex a o Cleo paira looking wlutte rich daz zling and superb might have bid defiance to art to furnish an extra charm each grace had beet as hide fallgably drilled and maneuvered as he members uf an artillery all had their and every motion of her sculptured eve ry intonation of her silvery had been considered aud till even her fastidious mother could discern nothing hat was Then wete added all the Braces of belles leMrcs nil Ihe approved rules of being delighted with paint and and last nf all rame the tour of the iraveline being gcno rally considered a sort of pumice for rubbing down the and giving Ihe very touch to puliiii the time that till this going on Miss we now declare our he had been up In Ihe of her mothers country and growing said that a man U out up as girls are apt very much ater than her Hi eWorld if he It not in but really moiher She wan a lender wilh a purity and nimpllclty of appear if il be nol in ilxelf had all Ihe bent effect of intcrtot I felt as If I a about Ihu nud evo ry body eyeing or rather my All Ibis was brought on ny Ihe of those uncertain the Dul a belter day I look fur want to the time when a Knilroud uill cMnblMiFil fro if I rtniain here I now 1 will be on chnf eltnipnt the I r KKC lo sre a lUihond in me in I expect ti nee the whir llic p int of pt Ih Shu looked not 1 beautiful as loveali Her character in precMe compori Alton lo SpriiiRfiflI nud deuce with her iind 1 d lothirt mill fiullnci ai HIM and for In his Like yon are cni e to said Ill admit tlnl con nil arc foigoltcn in he sttength of n How seldom in a maiin If ho and look1 IbwaiiU the prisoner a he though hh nearest oflcn dark nnd scowling n HCIISO of Iho ilimne hat attaches lo himself weighing on him at the very crlsi of tho prisoners A look that of compulsion and She thinks not of her own or of the opinion of the crowd around as If che gtanccH at it IH onl when some part of the makes fo or against or the or Ihe lawye speaks upon some strong hat she mny discern their opinions nf his Sh watches his every If she L neai che his every hands him ihc aUss of water to quencl the fever lhat anxiety has by hlieldo from the cnurlto the pris nnd the prinoii to iho si 10 near in him in the court pnaiiule Mic wonlil tit In iho bar with woulc ihey allow waits hours to ex chmige one look with him thiough Iho gra Ud taken end nil ca n make him deceit at his hat hit penrance mny produce a favorable irnprej If he lawful verdict is against bin ihc him though all the worl have for sake n In tho lost extremity tine is by his aide with a love like D no ble pressure She atlem him to the very foot of Iho Ig bin Illtrenlinenl if arc nr thought wail wan that whiel nhenthd fatal drop pierced every en and every heart with the conviction tlia thcrovwaj pane keener eve ilian he dying ennvlciV Twm An die wilt hl4 nnd Cltupine decent ly Ihe liotorhd and buryhimwit The he in lining known ni the mntdererf th points to with and where porslitinn snys no grass will ever n hallowed spot to whcr will even plant the flower nnd nurlin tho induce Iho belief if jicrfdiiinn is tlia ilceper ti innocei What the poet makes her nay is I luinw I ask if guilts in Ihal hcaifj I but know thnt t love wliutcvcr Ihou other day I wns hoi Ing n man by n hnnd an firm in Us oui esliire an leather nnd his sunburnt fnc vns as inflexible ns parchment he w louring forth a lirade of contempt on tho w ho complain Unit they cnn find nothing lo an an excuse fur becomjim idle and loa Said I what do you worlt nt Y oolt dearly nnd happy when you nru wmU said I bought mo axe three years lhat me two il you are It wuiihl be a lhat you should nut have one at Frnni Uiu Miiiniu THE FIKST PRAYER This tttllie liile of a veiy handsome en gra ving with uhich havo been The ngcnt is t i tho and we lenipUIIoii of i what he can s and ro Accordingly he dimmed traue and ancient and modem with MIGS Eunnaj and with MU Inabel lonelied herdrawirmi and exhibited sporled lie nuM choice aud rrclierrlio style of al cvcty nrul in flattered lluil he t Ihe in a manner o itl lo Ihal of fwir Mi Ka Kiiinn iy v Smii rn ion ai nue n aoul accompanied with a ling locomoiirci on Hie aud ibe enough to kein ihem all in and bimuf real aiidrcal o i for G ULli nu exrifilinily flue liii uuiit1 n iiilitratiiti nf nlioul i call upon most of ntir It furninbed at ho low price of five The following from lie venuiaule John firt tho ulin o Ihe and will give n more cnrrecl ami general iilen of lie enijra viug Ihnnany thing wn cnn Mny Ihu COIIMMX Cushinc inndi a milioii llml il xhnnld le with It by if N South because we wore to divided In religious Quakers some some ami somo hnt we could join in theiamu act of Sam neI nroie and lliat he wai no nod could hear n prayer from any genlleman of piety ntid who was ni the same lime a fiiend tn xvas a sirauser in Fliiladelplija but heard ihnt Ducho Duchay hey pro iiotinced it deserved lhat and ihtrefurp he moved thnl an R might dcOred ti read prayers in t lo morrow morn The inoiinn wan nitd in our waited on and received for that If bin henlth would hejcertainly next morn ins he appeared wilh hix and in bin and read several priyprs in Die eitablixlud and Ihcn rend lie tNnliur venth iliy of wliich Sih You unil riinrnibtr lliat all ihc money I I we to cliiippint wotil by the I have dn nnd havt mined more th havo ilraitk nn paid no ilnptt nnd have bought miR little farm in Ihe lit ier and shall be man led next up to n gill who lint earned keep s axo I s e if wo may credit and after ail extensive id rich country will be and In will n who by his counsel and deliver liis country from the sto ry by which she was all ho do under favor a tile nuspicfls and I how muoh more admirableivvill he bo an our Dfiitns and Camlllunl ctionswcre known to our and llishcd wiihdie ornament of an any one doubt the allusion here o out nutty and our WASUIHQTOK CONDUCT or A exchange pa11 ir given n remakablo itistanco pfsngaelly nl feeling in a It om an cu thus us tic must e reckoned nmong the most striking of thei any facts in illuntrallonof thcieacnnlngfa lilies of Tiiilie Summer of MO my nt thai time 13 years was Visiting Ihe occasion to crbss L Held of a lad wns pursued y a dug aud ai ho looked nek over Ills shoulder to see if the dug was nining upon ho and fell own H Itdee of mcks and broke IP lay of in n iimment In full ready to HI nee upon 1 to understand thnt hhpL ened to the boy and nfler locking at him to learn the precise state of his he set otT towards the ns beyong the reach ofthe Hut the dog wont only within s if fearful of leavlnglhe anil r bailud for some lime without lift Failing in his purpose ho unt and by bin incessant nd runiilng In the direction from which ho ho uncceeded nt ome of family lo follow him In the spot vhcre the stiiTeriiig child was still Sow the point of special Interert In theia ii l hi iho unusually pur led Ihe boy 0 nn trespassing on in asters but the moment when e saw nnd tilt foricliy was turned to and wilh far noreof Christian principles most rnii ho resolved to do him He oucht to save Ihe life which he seemed 0 Instances nro numerous of dogi isplaylng great Rapacity for he aid of those ear lo them but Ibis Is I tie only that ms come to my knowledge a briito bowed mercy oii one whom he regarded as 1 Tho best of may learn a lesion foin who had more heart and tend than any dog of whom I ever heard or j GOLDSMITHS poor Goldsmith had clu Hed and lieaiingof hii great human fiolicitid him hi a to send her leilimg for hfr who had toil nnd was reduced to a melan choly The good ed on her and after some iv il hliis found him ninking in and Tho doctor told them hnt they should hear from him in en when he would semi1 thorn some pills which ie believed would prove lie immediately put Ion Into a chin with Ihe following label must bo used as necoisltles require be patient and of good lie gent bit servant with this prescription to the comfort less who found it contained a medy superior to anything Galen or hit tribe could tho and buy me a new one tu cut my wood After I left I Ihmight o Hint and An Act to amend chapter thirtysix of Rcviiod culillftl b f tmiclctlt Tliat exccplloni taken lo opinions or decisions of tlio Circuit over ruling inolUuia Tor new trial ami to set oaiile ilcfjrjlUi iimlrr llie thiilicll ami Diiiiytirsl Bddioni of the ocl to wliti Ii Oils is nn sliall bo rcrordod hy Ui cuid nml liio jmity may assign Tor lu Iho nny or dicl sianj 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shall be received m ny legal evidence that He v ai afterwards created Sfimloraml lie ceni and became rich in that he cniiM travel from Rigi in lo Der on Ihu frouliem of and sleep evety niijlit on an estate belonging lo him IIU coiiUied of one hunilrecfl aixl fifty chiefi niiiiisler to Peter the tn Catharine the st mid lo Pitcr the and wananys maybe Intindnccd by cithor paityniiid if ujion Iri olol iho iad IISUQU shall bo f mud lliat the initt or wilting upon which aid nich Ii iv ai not given for ninney I hen Ihe aid court shall rrmlor Judgment for he principal sum In Ihe pro percent in irted his niithorily and in inn mul Di if tliii t cf sunk AIYMJ tcrctt o anirml the net entitled tnil Kevifed c That hmnfteron Ihu trial of in HID cvideiireoti Ihe putt ufeilh llor may lie givrn orally under Iho Ics and as ividcnco ill catei of that doiiosllloni su in rn nny Mill read in   

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