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   Hagerstown Mail, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1839, Hagers-Town, Maryland                               THE HACERSTOWN HAGER8-TOWN, MD. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1839. VII. No. Tiom Wrlttta PitstMeM. of aiikl MOM law MN8. of ASMrieaa UJy DMT mt botf Of (by Md tajr bilk wbwb ia Of Haafi tl IMI. Thou Ml le of tat, By which the world ctkiot With Iky tyriut norm aid cslw Ikon Ikjr fercttr! ThoB art for Ikaxklow lo toil, Tkou art left fur lo ditdaiv; Afcd of Iky and w.allk of tay toil, Bkall WMtad ia rain! Tfcf riekM wiik IMIU iball Thy valor witb eoMicaa Afed of Millioas tbm mik sad fer- Not (ball lUid forlk ia Iky aid. 'Mid aatiovi tbr palace it If ft an loci the lit" uf rcalMi by tha tod atroycd. May M for eastern sage was right who preferred] that riches should come drop by drop, rattier than llie golden stream should be quick and violent. Theie are men a- bout meet then daily ia tbe have beta and aow are poor, in purse, in mind, in charac- ter. An unexpectedly fortunate turn to a speculation, a bequest of poverty from the dead, or pet chance a lucky venture in a lottery, has wade them wealthy be- yood their former and al- most bcy  it the original gbl meal of mush und milk, but befure with a cloth, unti llie family had taken their seats at the 13 restored. table, some one spied Franky's rival To make cement for glass or earth- riding up. Immediately change enware, lake unslacked lime, the came o'er the substance of the I fresher and finer the Letter, pulveiizu As if by magic, the table WHS cleared it in a mortar, and sift it through a fine of its load, nnd nought remained tojjeive, cr coarse muslin. Mix this tell the tale, but the clean white cloth. thoroughly and rapidly with the FINANCIAL STATE OF EUROPE. The aggregate of debts contracted in the principal states of Europe, it up- wards of 36 billions of francs (1 billion 440 million pounds sterling.) Great Britain. Holland and Belgium. Spain (foreign and do- mestic debt bearing ia- terest.) Spain (debt withcat inter- est. but in circulation io all parts of France. Russia (foreign debt cir- culating in England and Holland.) Prussia. Austria. Denmark. Wur- tcmburg, Baden, Swe- den. Nor way, Piedmont and the Papal States. under a case, and will forever perpelu-1 my be treated with when free, att the heroism of the soldier's bride at but wnen a pritCDcr, never.'1 Waterloo. The hsughty Pacha locked upon him for a moment with surprise; then turn- ing to his soldiers, be ordered them to sever his head from his body. The chief stood calm and collected, while the drawn sabre gleamed aloft in the air. At this moment the noise of a horse galloping in the paved court-yard of the palace attracted the attention of the Pacha. At every bound he struck the fire from the stcnes, and seemed to be striving to out strip the wind. In a moment the rider vaulted from his horse, and almost in the ssms breath stocd in the preset.ce of the Pacha. It was the chief of the Anixees. "1 am said he, ''to strike eff the chains from my enemy. Had he been taken in open conflict, I should not have interposed, but as he has been taken by treachery, though mine enemy, yet will I be first to strike cff his chains. There are 2uV 000 lances under my command glancing yonder in yonr defence; but if you re- lease not immediately mine enemy, ev- ery one of them shall be directed against you M a foe." The Turk was forced to yield, and the two chiefs retired togeth- er. The chief of the Anixees conduct- ed his brother chief, though his deadli- est enemy, to his own tribe, and saki, "We are BOW agate enemiest we have only acted aa Arabs should act to- wards each other; but yon are now safe and with your own tribe, and our an- cient hostility is renewed." With this they parted, and the chief of the Ani- xees rtttirr.ed to the defence of the Pa- Lettmnt. 500.000.000 750.000.00C Total. The metalic currency of the princi- pal nations of Europe, is calculated to be about 7 billions, 400 millions of francs. vizi- France, Great Britain, Spain. Holland and Belgiuf Austria. Italy. Prastia, 350.000.000 wf her u her Mr. Grant Germany and SwitMrlaad, Portugal. Total. fellows, aa4 aa4 to histttif. J rtahifotahuurr. Me katwtd wovMj and Mm thty tr "weary. sV-t r______ Itta H with a tkar eonsefenee term stole worth "bnut. 1fcr guilty way be skk wf H-fot remind them of thnr had Twe weary suited with all asid way affect to regard tht smmmmltt Midi ffWdlf fW4 ftOfw for them. But the Chris- He felt that tears would Wr. "I was at his said he, -a moment before he He had takes) a small pocket Bible from his had preseed U to his covered her face with her baada. I fall. Grant, give this my he I laoflud at his fvtcbnliftg s. -You will I said. tell her of the events of day. we were Before he A "few axiwatts alter a shot struck him. of tears, awd for srwe swmwtcs costiiawd at Iragth her resolution was la- came Use (Irani waa lying, and togged hkw, It is necessary to deduct 1 to 600 mil- lions. tbe amount of sams exported from Enelaad between 1816 and 1835. aad absorbed bv the bwna af Mexico. Co- lambia, Chili. Porats, Pen, Aettralia, Guatemala and Gaadancara. aad 4 to 500 millions exported of late years to Rassia, Spam, and the United Tbe grow amount af the meUlic car- reacy af Europe is thetefore 6 billioaa, 500 francs. (360 millron. of pouwis.) With this it to necessary to aa of bUlioas of puhUe debt, and 30 biltwus of bank shares and canal, railway aad as well as all the bills of ex- MfT. PETTICOAT of is at present sa the bands ol a Madame Oamarra is a female Bonaparte; and tbough her Ml. She received the in A lew mfovtrs after anehad liM and phiUothraptt; tin Mawwm, t a worth Hiimkisc for, Butwtarsjwaw will rkked m the lafo whsth referred, Vy? wraith EL art Mt wtslth u less _ _ m stilt-u as the small yard, aad stond alowc the where had last her husbawd. Helm was m vests a SMtt chid; aad there had htvft a time thr sfcuddrrrd u retMal of ww rats thirugh which wow mmed with a step, dawated weait; hot what will ami fovt ia woaaaa tjwdcttakt? has as much hasbmd is the head uf the republic, she is tbe real It was owing to her energf that be rote froai the ranks of tbe a common soldier, to bH present rank. It is sani that she never permits any sntyret, per- Uwriwg to tbe xwvernmvnt, to be dis- catped in tbe privy with- out her pi esrnrc; and she cMnpawks tbe PrrsMeat on Ih essmially made to foreign made a Or AH IMKBTCD BC KOLA It Messrs. Sparks, Homaa and Mays, have made wr.hio the last few days a most important arrest, the details of which show a concert of actian between the London and New York Police, which cannot hat he applauded. Some time in February. MSI, the boot of a stage was broken opea between Ne wbv ryport and Boston, and a small trunk stolen therefnm containing S6000t that had bees seat by the Newbary and Po wow Batiks a bank in Boston. A cnraied hoase breaker by the name of Rtchard Collard. was ed as the thief, but before he could be traced out he had takra his passage ia the ship Westminster, and sailed for London whh bis booty. Information of this rnbvery. together with many others, in whkh Ccllard had heea engaged, was sent to the London Police, together with a description of bis person. Tbe next that was beard of Collard was by the late arrival vi tbe Great Western power to pratfft swt site thcwght. visit, awt towg since, to our Kcmmpawied uy the different miners M the distaat wtr ear, of depnrtmcMs. Madame Gamarra cf OMted her for a awuwtn In paww, course with him. After the cutfcfesry crowded twnwght uf a salutes, they rmerrd the cwmmajoreH had to Kve far? readered fcer! eaum, wfcere r  keep its rank and tie together with the Iwpes of any availabk The days of are, however, numbered; Us diwIoiHit if near at hand. Ha clamor aVxit tx- Cses, ptoscripiinn and the evidence of sinking enrrgies. stimulated mtaa temporary exciumtM, prrrurwr of its end. When Virginia have H the nnal Mow. it may then tw CMne mr melancholy cwke e its Ihiring its few klii of a contented man, 1 beg you will re- j lire, if you were quite one of our exchange i _ i..___________ a L. __ pnpors ue find the following siir.plu process described of rce you would not wmnl my houtc! Antcdott of the Fvliih Revolution, from from When the people were storming the arsenal, a regiment of Polish soldiers, under the command of a Russian colonel, a man who happened to be universally liked, even by the Poles arrived upon the ground. is noting A strict sense of military duty indue-' To Possibly it may not be generally known, that many of farmers in the eastern states their grain from the garlic by a ed the colonel immediately lo slraw up his men and urder them to up- on the people. The soldiers paused than by censuocting a box in the form of a hoppci, at an elevation of 4 or 5 feet from ihe barn fioor, into which the grain is emptied, when it for their heaita were in the cause of i again passes out through en Kptrturu the compatriots. During this critical' al bottom of rot more than moment a voice issued from the crowd cr Ino in diameter; and falling which wat heard even amidst llie din j the floor, the greater gravity of of musquetry and the clash of swcrds, j jjjc grain precipitates it, leaving "Colonel, you arc known and you j garlic upon the surface, whirii respected; we do not wish u> js ltniovcd a hoy whh s ccsrso you, but you must desist from your j very diflicuJiy. If oidcrs lo ihc soldiers; if not, your grain is not rendered perfectly blood be upon your own 'J hi j Ui5s prcccsf, it is nearly sc. ili-fatcd hut gallant officer couJd ucl l listen lo this turning; the obnux; order was again repealed, aiaJ the soldiers still wavered between their habitual respect for their coinHwwk'r. and their repugnance to fire upon ahrir (riendf; there was a ntnmcni's pawsc, but it was onJy far a ftwrneiiil; titty its idle It l it let it vituperate. iriJmnsI it Ptnitriple pre TruJfc iss triwwj h avoided, j listen to this warning; the obnoxious j tJ'i PirJicns, of JiJddTcliorfiMgh, was ornJcircjl cw SsJwrdjiy by the i-J-ales Court, filling a: jwy aRd lor obsirtjciinj >hc trant- of die mail. It iras proved ilnvirg a loaded ox learn j from Bed- v-Lcn the mail ird nslicd Ijim 10 not (Jo, jlic xnd he would keep M rfl mil hold him djhcr goi ihc stage by and his joined intlicir boybMtttHswcrfjstd to recover of li. of C1.3- ua scenw Jo rnJt'Maiin firclly iTnur'i ifcr same of JYw 5he Great IwrM. Sani 1w liMil but iwo in his tlisl U was his of ihetn in lo a- A pclntcW, re rrscarrc s ol locrat has an edict naf and even   

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