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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - November 20, 1844, Angelica, New York                                 PUBLISHED WEEKLY ^  by purdy & horton.  IlkRM« —per annmpVpayable within the year or $2,-jO at tlio expiration of the year, la paper discontinued «»til-all arrearages ar.j pjijj unless at the option of tlie publiijhers.  inserted at tlie usual rale?. All Letters addressed to the editors must com to Insiire nttention.,.,, .  JOB PRINTING ,  E<«cuted on short notice, and on reasonable Nrin'j.  TUE \VOIî!,îî IS -TOrr-l-rcïlD TOO m'CH.'  __________r: '  VOL, Vlîf.-^m AXGELÍÍA, ALLî/J'/iia' CO. V. Y." ^.^KDXESDAV, KOV. ùn, 1841.  thi: mviueiiirs o.r cukatiox.  1)V MISS A.Ur.MA WII.GU;».  How tlecp! ¡nscnilaMel i;Ti.penetr;a-ll)lc! arc tlioy ! None ih;iy coin pre Iienil (lieiiw- -Rsoson - ali-Cfrvpt-s hnvain to remove the mystic veil, vvhio!i [»hrouds the works of ihe OmnTpotcti't.— IneflfcGliml inusl be cvexy elfori of a iiniio jitid invesliir;v(e the secrct operations Jif N-iUire's miqiily Author, fur it iii-' femp's an entrance info hor ii.ner temijle  erts i\ÎB power, there (ìoC'i h» inánilcsl \vîiifîi God-rijicrilís !o tnari ihro'.u^ii ovfryi wisdi.n) and bcneíioen.ce —in.uv in;)y vol nniineiU of l.is exi.sti'iice ; ¡lü l While it ;  ......y. .  assured. S}>;)ce, immensiiy, inlinity, couniles'; «VJ^tfiiiS of worlds, Jtml iunume' ruble orders of bein;i; are theme-i, so cxnlt-ud; f;uTriy>ti:TTim-iVt'h-vt'llrcy"litl xlie son I; thoy pvixdaiin llic uasearehablcness of the C.rfa1<)r''s works.  J^et (he iTiind prooccd from the nnor-irnnized World—from in'scnl iout inaitfr (■> liio, where the Oinnipo((Mit in;iniies!s lairi-e!f with lt:ss of dazzling i^tibliiuily, hnl  ri  Tlirt oar (if liìtìe ridied on, ¡ind clouds.; ri'sc Í0 dim tliü lioriKi/n of Iiis uoi hÜyj tMiadulter.de4¡hU-is. T'íc «crpciit oí inoori.ilíon ciiiered'  ^ .i [WHOLE N'J.  rii!iii;ry—..r ^.Diiii? fynih- jii^j l.lf oin-iiiír lo vvolt^^!)!^)(V,!, who,>fr.)i;i> üi ihe ¡>»1  a star iti  i'y of her «ou', is î-trjviu^; tu b;  l.itk-r (îiuit l.ii!. C !h<M-(!!l)re ji oari'u /(¡il};', m.i'io.'l ùihs, ai  gtlhp vory-p!ir!:tls is thf ppivil nwodi\y¡i], ¡^ wisdom—a 'power arid nvy y | Unita ihroisi^h. ai; e-* d Qver|>ovverod —i' deeU t!vat .Ì)eityuid4u4-k>i.s pcrfrot^^^ ^^ in hi> ( 'l'ho iiinór.itìr w  ire—that ihejimpress of God's Uns 'arch' ìniore inngn.iiiccnl crealions. In u ¡nU (hai bleness is pliced in Ietterà of living-1 ¡iiiérnal po/.-er, that principle of life eoii-ight upon every ol'ject, |s¡^ts, whioli disliiiiui.-h.es th?. substance  We exist i:v a world of mystery. I-fi ; it actnntcs from all unorgani/ii'd iTs;i!!or, lie mind4oek back. lhroii:ííi the vi.stA of, man mny not know—unrt vealed . to him ast 3"es, anii \ie\v Ibis tcrrcslialsphcre,| jg the nature of even (hat whicli nctuiW-i ■l'-î^first It eineri^ed from cliaos—nu'thc simphst iiuwcr tint wtvkei to life  8!.i;-.]);:)rts puro, ' siinnb  Christiiiiity, it dfini.ì!ishes rvcry" othe|'i..-i;iti» llie lvlt?n-of h.ìs heart. Tiie pure and j iho kiiKjd.Mir of d,)Uii;  ■faiih ti' iHor« Sìiòi!uri», .ij^adV'i b.,!y iireliui;'! ihe ' ' ' " ...... "  sc.cnC-e—gave lo r.i.ih (he i'iciilluislijV ili« ¡.¡..¡lU-il in bis so\iJ, becaino politiied' by eo'.njii-i'hciision, ;;nd lA ule ol'! ¡,jn,.icncc id" llic Hiisc.dlt;d su(;i;d oup.  il" tnah'.s duly ; and liiiMcfoi ii wben bei-i Tlie w ann and i^onorons aspira'/tons (ìÌ vM-.ìi oliirr, tbo I ¡.¡s f.oul bi'Pitinc frt'Zcu an i onUou^edwilli-  af)u  ■ ili)\v many such íiavH 1 p!i.i!io\ whit;'! ih^ wo-Ì  enee and laiih eonir.uli^t  !ud made suiun^-e, andj <! (i.r.rí'ivc ; bul men ' : J ii.ivc doecived wiih  in birr,. Tin; to.irs u!" ihe wrcUd;  oí" the..aüiicícd,-found no ■■i!! ill'bla 1)l;íí,!!). .The pure 'iLUiL.vúliuáv:-cri;alduv.c ^ wiiiúii hi,"i iiea!?, | (hf:  ïi7) ríi : I  SI en vv.i-'.iiiu a  nutnoral>!(j l'a-pli.!! lox u'iuiOj has tak'ifi ti'j ni.io of, who, in ihcir (piii ictrca!.-: ri\.ay liHiti iho iioiso al'tin:* vvnrld, itod d n of ii.t w i i;;rnr!:;,i.and [)rodiijiji'y. ref-pen'-;e 1 h iv(î .hr<.¡i a bli-sving to thy cirr;;'; in'u1fii'!i ■y I ih..-y in--ivi:d ; ini?ui>r'a ii)g iht? oondil'On of 't-'Iv, rni'? IVin ¡i ftur wíiíits cif ïiu! 'IVHÌ.....  U a mcusui-e, concealed her I iînjbleljidj but, à» îhu gfuiiiil si-n of the ye^hyfi^ I Wauîorcr oecv U sseiv iiygfr-injrabont iho ypol—sini j yooilifuî ¡co¿í- ■ piuiioa or.fr end, tthrj l.as j;o' Pc-íiO^eí lior hr-a t -c- ncsqfher J/oulK  ()»cejt wiiMi hund,<>d.4 made lijeif sîl'ut pi!^(<. (!,;,{ g,-ve. But tin« jha« Ihiíu:. d liiofr r.:t Jî^, îuïcI .sonie.K)fîîtifÎ hfvcj ufJisu îh..-. lv>vcm.-of it-AJ^  jmoiho, iTi.th n iî '!h' li' 1 «,f ihe JovoJ, IO r.j.^i, nficf ¡!h> iuni'.oijs cxf jlilç»  WOlf! (iVtT.  b.yt il iü-í: on in Í gnodnéss do tbes» s!iV,p'<; inrid.-i.ls read u, die yoiiftg ladies ■d" nur eonn'.ry. Tha dtÍJ^ivK and ■edi(:;i;5 fo-md- of pbisiiro -nad .drei»/ Will-urli a íal tv;bld. hah;:  d-^tbcl .nd b =  (wiiirli  ni'i-;!  imorphoiis wnste—let it eonxempbite (be fperaliocs of Dcily in vinlucitV^ it to the ¿tate'of transcendant beauty and b.inno-iliV which now universally prevail«, and are ihev fr.uv^ht wMth mysteries, Iwhioh m^ust etu ie the research of man.— sliU we trace with thrilling rapture the  beneath ihe'sun's ireni d rày. I'^'irlb, air,  ndî uy ur.a liie ib1?ie I i¡Ht unce gu^btnl fi)j;J.Lîii ihe moanin:^s of . tràcbing n ola-.;.'? uj iho Sa!>!iaih siíIioíh,  is (rue, and îii.'rrîbrc !h,i! ubeiìPit c.vjtira-1 vy, an;!, proinplod Ine band'lo admiu dbjis.ieieiiee ihe l illcr iriu>t; be iaUe.— j istej-'únto tbcTiMjuffcihcBt's ofthe wi-e(ch-lUU the-i-norant only a iuiit or su¡)jj,u.e ed, séni forth no more td' iu pure and bjj-suc-h cohir-idiciioii ; t!:u en!i:;!iiened, iho „2,i.i-cal oilVlnj;?. Its waters had be-vei enti lie, ktiow lli.at: .fhey" no-ver . (.v»ó|rár vvji-h (be  dbt. an.I o|ien"-eorrober..le.,ea(.di ot "ivine- cstp, a lid 1110^ rank  Tb« i-nor.ini prei<;dt about ihe vanity, ihe Lveeds of intemperance had>pruifi;.tï^ and futility <;i human leariun^Mü eotnp.irison ,.lioked'(he source from whe.nee the fouu-  and water teern'wiih life, (he m1oroc?,)pf. | with ihc worduf Gud. Üií huinitii ic.uui-¡¡..¡.jj^jvvtd. The dark spirit of ¡lOvcrly  reveals myriads of bein-jj. perfect in bean- i m !y, complex in structure, di^j) o iinj; in i dI  (iieir (eiiipestnous ocean—a drop i)f water, j doeeivf.'d inlo :u ci']-)'i-iu^, \yonde;r/ul is the muscular arranííetnen( | )hc prelen>ion-' o,i'. lalsc of the insect class, tbou;ih minute in fortxi i men. . Tin; :.ireatcsl oii^l  done  Go l, ;ihd is not, hui/K.n i^qnorancc, ! Vurnini; hand of disease had  l.M' VU' h _wo!-d, and inleie.!ited le to ibc jiropa-V has bo'cti liu:  Jiaoiic niass. through its^radual pro^resSj(hcre u-nitcd in tbcin all the po.wers t.;' pure t dut i ins _  to perf>=etion, until wlit-n completed, i(s —in the wina;od spocies (oo, j i^!K)rance of i'.s j>rc;M !v-r.s. ivnôwin-.^  tirtb the bright host of morning an Imyfiery, fnun (heliny '--Tin-^A^diiri^ ol^^cii ivjo, aii 1 .sii;.,^ ^clenc!^'  tVioUtC'A farI'V—I'iie Ahniiih(y viewed i'.'ooav, that sports upon tbti ncek rd" tb.e | and revelalii.'n i;i conllitl, ibey h ive been  dri'. en to Ibc'u!'einative (d' den.yin;; .sci'-enliuc tnu.b, or <d' asscviin-s l!r,vi God c=-  cüinpliecnoy, nn.l prcnjunccd. ii 1 fuuitnin'^ bird, to the brit^lit plu!n;v^<^. of  itlie Condor. II.iw nn<;carc'!uil>lo is iu-ILi'.v mi.^l'dy! how mysfnrious is üí- ;:t|nrr —ihui Müe.rriti;-^ prioeiple, so p'ud'i ct •acîbli-(!îe one j^reit l.uv—Ihc control-.;:-,,„] ii i'iiut,¡o .j,, its í^ViIdanco—îîiat inar-di-erv,d)b; ill all, from" (lie ,'veüous power vv!ii'.;!¡ ju evadcs, and rei^u-l:!esev-erv ors.niii'icd vy>(e:n -nMM wiii itsbi-idtìii na-  (!ue kiiid al and an lili'T voifi  lho-<c i  principi  IhoWiii.; ihü mia iíi:-'t ci-y-(.d, to Etiipea loiis orbs (h it wan 1er unweariLM Ihroa:,':! :!ie iVioe abys^. Wiiat is i! lhal  Ira'.vs llie'-dew ilraj) (dIIic lîowcr, that íül.-ihc etiicre.d void willi a vital atin i-^idiei o. cau-ini^ itery pirliLles tu rise.^ ai'.d  Ihen di-i'illio^: tbcm upon ll,c bo-osn ui khe gratofol e-irib? llow are for nr l íhasepc;iríy cljuds (bat !l.):it lUl as if 1 .r-Inin- l!ic dr;iprry (d' ihe ^piii!'^ of tbr iir'V Wild' the insect win:^. ani  t¡npu-U I'J llie bi iuçbt jw-lal ds beauU-ou--? It ib i!.e .'-air.e, wbitdi in the l\and> hflhe (>.-e.il.)r, lirst l'>rmo.|and still iniin-iaiiis t!ic uoivcrse —we (erin it attrae-¡ií)',!, b i', uf i'.s n-.\(;irc we car., knew uolii-  And lii;i.', tmd beat—what are tliey >taUi-nrrt wonlcrs! bri'i^bt eiaîdems o! iheir kio^ ! di-pensiup; iiieïtiinable blcss-js.fr ?m world to world and fra»»» sy«-  (radictovv kin 1 o!  vjt.il-;  of in.tli in ibc n.i(ur-i,ii;.¡e¡-enl and even eon-  i  iMe;rì4it.ia. va-iu to reveal ' 11 r«'.  An 1 Man —die" im-^'er — îlu! e Uiticc! ¡ li,'d: 1 e;n lîi - b()W won.Ieri;  wor "£ w Í  k of D.d'v  I rari-ijcndcnt a to , sler'  v-'oill. T!U titset to ca r  poríe- íü;!! ci  rf a. (  l.c-i !  dir! iî.  l'I  v.  licic-ntíiy jjíst in llic ;  (jc irrijire^'cd ù'itìi awful rev-  rreiH-t- ( Xi 1 till), ir;;ai and i;iar.iieìlou:> im c (bv \\ (n k>i .Mioijbfx t .-'id—V. lio by .sc.ireb-tîia\ fn<l ilirí; i'' Muii is a t;ii't-ed b.einií--e-I,lowed wllb fuciib les, wboi-e-'v !io nr'.v in\Cf-'ii'^'.ile (lio ini^bíy u-mk-td' ibe li.llnitp—upon luiai;in d ion's v.-iü'.^ be tniy soar far' awTiy to distant rcL-ion-;, and li-u n lo (be ^ileiît nvi-dc (d'ibe rpluo es proclaimii-.ii ibeir glorious nvi ;in, !u> n;ay wander tbruui^b ibe ¡>ear!y to.nnbcrs o( (be sea. he may explore tJ\cjjji^!thÁ<..d eojiííict--~the jonr.er aj>pealin^ tn  i in  to syslem, their properlies and eiTvcls  li\\'A\ i'o (lie ni  . <;! ii'.oee, (raein.: f, M Î l.b I li, J, e V 0 (■ Ì ^ i '.,I '. o ' \\'¡-..iviUi 10 ilo; nul oud w,Ol l'i iiifet rio.; the iiilinile w i-d./iu wtre in..-lile (o co:ii¡)ro-^Vi u(i Oiiiii 1 (;on'ra-;í':!b;r.icÍ!.:í; in t'.e \ i-iblo iind ;rrfrci irn bcivrcen liur n"^^r;v^à.■ i, ilii u" lO'i.-'.iu IVoin I !;e siiim: VlU'i", and i:;ci;c'e in:'t; lin;; ihuL (iicv  w. i-,^ p-ii is oi' li..- r.they - -Vt-n' una!.'! .- !:> !;'.Mid h »w Iníinile P<uver  nro! \Vi-id<ir) oouid nv.l.'.e I wo ¡¡-u'tuf ibe pbin in coniîii;!. Aio! knouiii,.^ !i(-ib.'of ihe Lbble, and roiyip.'v, i'lr its coii-np':i tl.'j Ie- i i üei;iy ol !.cn;n an! j.ii ( a du I ibey (Tu'tc 1 -. i.-ncc, an true.- ilenee pre  ed !be bri.^b(ne-s of bis eye, and palsied lliC ekisliúity of bis frame.  T]j"u friends who baske 1 in the... sun-sliine (f his prosperity, lied when (lie wintry v.'inds uf adversity idew har^bly fuund hi Í dwellin:^.  identic reader, tío to ^,y(Uvlowly burial pbicf. and a^k ..f ibe rank grass tlm'spreads from lis pol-lu'ed soil, \\ be rests beneaih ils bjwly sur-la'ie, and ibe si;ib;;)!' winds will answer —-Tb;; mijnl.lorin:^ rqyiains ui'a unndi->ird.'......ThereJJes .liie reiiLaias. cibuJie- who  Olio.  àLSlûiï'-l 'ho t.»îteriiî£ sU'p'i u( il,.-; ;¡;í!í OV^M- Ih.í vil|;|go)ríeon, its li^piriij  tonque lo fraitio words uf 'piy.; or by lr,'7 solace, (ir.moo.ss and kindnos.s, lif i.ag e rf..íthiir'í •h?arí;fi'-<)nvil«if dus»,. spr?  row hr.d ab'sed. ¡1 ; "fTu;di¡ig thj^iliöffttg steps of « lu!lier from intempérance (o the p!edg', sui^^itig tin praise of God in di'ì cHurcb on ihe Sabaatii, nnd pcrfonn-itVg ill'.! eooai!et-s acts o(' kin bv;ss w!i;cb iho h-'T It -¡s'. fatr-;. How lovely are ibVs -xU hition-i ; h li pre-<erva(ive oÇ ilio nô ! b'e Icelin^s ot' thtí iio,-irt how eieva''cU jan.i soiiOM H- t')^ thii. pi'iivütdaí!; pîea^nfos I'lfeanli an 1 a libj of fr^vo'iU-, i:,u) wlii I aiioth'r < 1 ISS nf mi dons fall! 'l'i:'-world is niadíi better hy every act (.d'g'o .id-riess-.  TiUl^ fur two year-^ p-.ssed our p!ons-mil acvpiainlai;"'-. 'j'ím ruoinorv id'liiose tvv-i) year.^ç whi -li hi\i: loritr .s npa-i-Ji-ii aw.'iy, lin^ors r.'iont tnv h^^ar'," bko a ;n"asini;'ir.'aiE,- ia nitieli ih" pun.' iihov;  a ¡U  It  tb  t ivnUl..  iverilowiu'^ willi liuinan kindo.es^ ; t!ie days (d i)bi.iol were ballowed diy b.ii;b • l)iralion.-5--'(bc boms of who've i-.i-vly ir.-iv.diood v. eve un .îaincd by care a.nd ctirae---lbo set(iti;j; uvb ot wbi>sc des-iiuy was cuEÜ'foüdüI in a miU of ijiiserv ■ iM ! dc.Ted.ili .ii. lie savv ibe. smile ui j ly in the bri'ai o f (he wine cup.  1 ie n,)ii:d lO't tbu deinou of dcstriu'i ion. liii-bin./ at ibe botîeni of the iroblct.—  •1 f<f (ti" il ilr.i|-r'nVMTI TS j of filo Surd.  here Jliid over t!u  O'O'  n ilio nil vh  d-t-; oi; ¡!  •one of (Mil  u-  .' IS i!]ier bv!o,r exa'opNj to iho ni'ss; ; wo ii'^a of o ir tio.v.", sh" f dl '".rday,.as it .w.'fo, sh" ..was hor nVfjo.a.'ion-!, atid o v ,,  oroi! ("I'ij \i.ai, a.io;)!^ bfo wi--  [bii; liue of heal' li pia vrd on  t HiT as ao  s nM,1 .\ i> ie;;  ^iolc. ' Ye- -  •ea.T ig-'Ni i+i ÏÎ Iriv. b'.'iorf b.M- 1  liT ;  I su re  . _ TSU The do^T^d7c^iìu^Tm^Í0r"•  ^ i-.v taocji it ¡:i wronged .whcti Uo-i hind uro i'oiáncd, The qui= 'ill, f.irbfu' pnrfonnance of duty s îbo bi;.^lie5,a pleasure) ¡.u tl^e baioido and i( lirMiq—-how .It will à .a. ît-i iiv;>,a;l'c.vtati(i|)V rnay no", io appuiciii in life, bal let the «golden bu» tli'vlu-4.k-{^-'---î;fv.}--thc'iitt!t'«>sriùîiaifw7îr~ ihon b:.' I up-ui tlu ir w'orlb, which  the diibevt eanof.t tnisóiko. h i-^ín tesson  .vouid that ali ilio luaidon-j of olir gquìv.' fry W!;old ;rnrn, (Iru . iliu doepest, truc3¿1 p'citsar.; lies, n;>tKv ìlio f^iddy rov;nd of exhibí,'ìtiori, d,ess and show» bùi in. ih?  .sei.\cà tiro not, ' thtì' vasi .sei'  oftiine, Hishin,;; in fhAì'.s^ui. jor u rnome.t^ ■md ihea d sappèrirnnj ih llie'r native eJe»-uicn', hu' r.UlioR that ¡ii-.^y have (ho li^U privi'oj;;; ani p'oasuro boforo them, ■jf bi.on^.beij'.Tii and venera (ed for dioir viriues. _rio\v i-.ece.-sary is :t  liiai tlios i ' hi!.- iuipics&ed. oo-the-  inind .ofihal hn-.'íyca ís, ,he nuiclens ,oí our Iji! b Soai-; on e should ppeak lo dieiu. 1 have ventured without method  10 d 1 so. If ihoy nr.; blessed in llieir  11 idi 'alior wf I ive anil usofu!iJosSi ,ua th® l>ronii-;C is, • an J a-ll e.vanip'es provo, bow happy nn.)->l !;o iludr/lot. VVith such lir:,^!it u'^olv;"-, in ili Mr hearts and proni". i-;i.-s îK-lbre ibeni, iiuw soon Wl!i tbyy e^o  ;!ri! !b"ro.i.s..jeit .a wind iluii blows.....but-  ii.-ar . \v,!li It !-o;a-; 'r:ii:-.how, pr..omisc,* wliM'b will I e iii fibrd; and thus seeing rcj ) Hi I of a b-nüidlesii ha.ppiliess bcicailer, li I'lii dolylio doM«-,-thoug-b  ~ ,V(it a niiMt.r'iif iTira. li lt, fa ts iN in liie liclii of lif,«, ■  Aiul !ii!!vv4..u» !^itftiir.nri?, with .l-Uöif oay^«  ".Villi  dialic  iror  e t-j  aiid he nii^ed the pi)isotie> lips, and-'-he was not !  T H  i.'P'i-ed ih.ü il coiitra-dioi I'f o'c^i.-onbl nut be iii!.i and seiende were  ;v r  ('arlbVanTview (he s'ciAtn workii\;r«i of nature there, butdct hitn return to him-  fiitb, tlie latter to rer.svin and inalbcinaUeal j '.md eneirjciil deinonstfation.s—bence, the i Tcr.vr.o icd\"»uhnauily;\rad  can he comprehend took sbid^ In Deism, and tl.o preaober-  h!s commin^lcd nature-^—can he latiioin <rfjiieraUy denounced iv-artiin^^ aa vain and | (he depths of his own being? As he re-1 fii„5ory, and sti';ma(i'/.e I its v-j(aries as: ^ards bis physical frame so sirangely, so e^etnies to Ciiristiamly. .!  beautirully wrou-bt—as lie observes its conUiet bel ween seienre and the- j  eoinplex, and delicate arrangements., and | j lunni b-.ble to Chris-i  ;in may ¡iivesii«alev^"'- their naftirc will i?eU'-~let him - «ear-^sU iijl":,. 'nf- hK  yV yind wiieii 'mvii existence, and bo zephyr breathes—where sleep the ioriny winds ? In what chambers dp, Wy repose?- Every tone from the evcn-bg^s plaintive sigh, that scarcely lifts (he looping flower, to the wild whirlivind's jidnight cry, alike evinces the unseareh-ll)le power of God  - 1-'.11 jnany 'l'îio lí.u-!--. tiiilatîioiiii'.l l-^'tnl innTìv ív (li And V, »L  K .-V (;.!■; u f y o'i;- xii.  ! Mi!.;.,-; nia.o!'..s'.  cia cl piii«-.-t i^'V i^ereiip, \ l's of oci'uii lifai r i:-i liiH ti tf bl'i.di misccii, wcríaess ia liie air."  jdeliglits in its harmonious movements, e-I mo tions of admiration ami wonder come Queries in relation to matter—its ori-! swelling up in his sotil, but. unknown to 1—and the laws which govern it have;iii„j (]io ¿atibes of its muscular aelion i-cr liioil ihe wisdom of man, aiul diow L^.ineomprehen.sib.le is tb.a unipn of-spirit Ì ^s its lillleness, and the necessity of il-jnnd niatter--I)eath—se vers (he inysiic (i ' iniiiuaiiuu from a bigb.er source been c-!.;ii.,| niiiiog ihein, Ih'iCcd. We are compelled to regard mat-| vvin-'s afar its fii sr in its ])rcsent beaulij'ul, wonderiid | ¡.^¡Ijl^, j corru jnns, as !ui\ ing been created from iraughi i inhabitant of  the fat of the Almi.-bty —we may ex- ; ^y),,^ can sei'cli into the bdlo'v-  iau^tuponit all the energies of our fac-|e,l mysteries olbis soul? >Vhat is it iba.t ilut'S ill utlempling an investigation ¡rives er.jiression to his fea urcs —kindlcv fshuMeu principles, and yet of the real ^ ^luw (d' feeling, an !  jalureéí ils priiiiilive essence we musi j^^presses u]uin itu; c.auntonaoee ibe-i-r^-.^^ ., ^rant —we can examine it ■ iVdicalc ^b. id.o oi;,\hong!:t ? li i ; ti:e gbu-¡-yxi-'ts in our own s, h^ire^ which ; tlwi.imm-art-aî''iWfnk -•ï^rme-d-in-fh----d verve,-is a'i 'a drop l'o'üitó ocean iaiuge of.!« In^vab, il' -pu-taUx's of the na-,.iis a minute plane!, uf a sj s-i [.¡r^of it, Dix ine (-)rÌLrionì--il- is Ì!;de>-,i vasi ill iiself, yel foruiiiiLT an ¡"i'^eiiM-1 reiìect ion of the bri .tiil n-'-^s of ^epnnit in comparison widi tlio.^c count (bat eotbo'-, -and enncen'r  {ss spheres i!i..;( gein the midoi-b^t sky, u'ilbin itsel!:aU tb.c ai-ral spleiub.ir.. of i'ìa-  ■Ibiivrr-e- - a light wdiieli .-li di >!;.ir.e ri' \r-(Cr, all'i brij,'..ter, while í''.,i-'rn¡;y its eia.!lc,-s ! rol ¡a 1 piirMiL'.--.  tianily, was ('oe rChuU oí ignor\u¡  bolli sidics. JMir'y had studieil one  division only oi' ei;;a'ijn, the (hcologian-ihe inorai, ibe phil-i-opliers the natura! I wurld ; tha preae!;ei-s bad studied tlu; ' Script urei aud knew liitlc or noibinu; ¡d !, _and the frecd [ nature, and ibe phih-sophei-s had stodied  -h(. Rf; anisvi?ib!e. i(an 1 knew liille or notbiog oi' the  jptible! and inc-^-rupti-, ...r,,,i al lea-lii a few n:a-ter of enrth ! heir of iinm'..-- j ¡. cat.bo-r!y (.vei-lepned the bjiin-i  Uyv inisiaken aro uho'ii/—vnd th:\'r iiiiT very groa' —u h > Jhiuk honor  and e.-rdlation oiilv accompany wealth and parade ; who think iho bumble in life cannol \yi.n unprob.i'i.)u and h'onor, but uiu-l bo.conlent lo remain in that state nf io..siguiiioance wb cli the want of l'orlane ami the abil ity fo d.tvr/'p l1ie eyes of the [lave ¡-bieed ihiun. In ali tie conoanp'iuior.s o''moral b ,>auly which llii-% orb] alMrds, I know uf i,o moro Inveì v diati loatof tiiO liiuidon ia , buoiblc^ lil'c -truiri'liVflr aiiuin<! tio- advorso cireutrslan  ih-e pri j idi ioá I has til row a around her, Iier wav, ,s!o'a!v bat sure  a lhoUf;'ol Ses,-and win IO s re a!  pne«  daries of iheir rcipectiv;! [U'ovincts, i.itd ii.aiîe exploringbevpcdit on, iato the provinces of their oppon ,-tudied scier.cc', aa l ;  rver feíñaia i; It a lb  ■man i¡  1!.  .oaiaari  .1 1  ¡■C!?air i  la  .S ! I -  Taeab'LM. Oibers s'inlÌG': Me id' Ili c 01-  >, tliey ; ,',d e naad.rr.i-.dn-^. (.! rai'-d-^,  t¡:e ü'v  ;f 11  V'  Cl de noe and oaiaience. Ovir c-vuntrv s full Di' ì;.!c!i p.'eTsaat s:ghls. Th.iiik-!',> li:-:! geniiia ol our insMaliins, ilu-y cai eo'Jrag-; 111 .■ ¡uveiy and paro ho'ir'rd, ni'  • ......'■ lu .' j d; lji _\oad ihc pf-Ot\'  ( ' r- P-.J ■ ' ■ e 4 o f j b o. j:: o e J ücioj-, ..Si-) iii-i t t h o y. iOiV -' .i: idj ìind >la'!ons üf-.i¡ itior  a 1..;' ìo'o' of ..wlijch  ab S-: ìlu- a ìbr.j:j!?'i ub tì„.Mi' bvo-i.  li.? many lo-.i-!y e.\ìi;,;.iaiin-■.v;i eh !-;.avi; .<oen of l'oorde pur.'v aoi.!  i>oo-/.;r.ii, innoCL'ot . lati','l'ago.'')!" ili'-I soa! -dumo in bi'r s¡>f'alíiof; cye. 'l'o d\y, ■■.-bi-!i 's in ihe e.xir<anO v (dM.:'alh ! Wlia' a 's-.i u !Ìi;> dea ih of ibo yuoo^ r"a-s the I-.ar v ivo'■■. As y(ai view. lliom, -raía ii. i li.aillln'--: '.^ 'p'', yoa judfT", i!'ao V e^-  i ' i;.e ili'.' liti v'orsai-ravignr-fir Icitut vears iihoy woahb Ibil. as though lo tilusiraiu b. the ino-t e\!reu3:.'b:-ises. ihal 'ali ilIf a--iTras.'^:' . G irl suil" rs (heni ocrajroidy I'J fall by Ih:; haird of deatlu"^ "  .Th"n ìC.ic u^,). ib;,t placed upou ber worth. It was^as' tho' a great cabimdy was iihaut to bef'all the Vtbage. I bave seen tho ridi, the grea», tiie hnn'jroij, p i;s awav. T'v- muill a! d.'-um, ilio Uiins reversed, (!ie rnnurntui music, h uè .--p'jken a( tbfar so/uiblire.— Thi.s was 'paljlu; uio-J-ffrÌTr^. The grea' ìli-ari of l'ao pe i[dj was noi all'.'Cled.— Ì)Ut wlien ibis maiden tay stick, every ,:(junlt'n meo, belGnci-o-rr lo ibo v.diolo cir-c!e of ber acfpiabitfince, ludVeaied- a ca-hioiiiv whieh could not i;c wiiaoat dcf'p sòrrow.  , :i''roin''^ihat stjdd-.'C' i!!nes-.¿! ibo orphar. aever ro-ic. !>uta little timo intcrvened al'liT ibe liue of heallh had vanisl.e l from ber (dieoli, bet'uro the marble jiobsh of d-ilb crowatai buf brow ! Sii!-' obed l'Ai ;a-- e;.ri\' agi* of nna-teen si,e fe!l ia-•o ibe l .aig s'c.-,;.- ui llie iduiI) ! 'ibie drèa-mv reaiay ot" nraiiy y<'ars bas pass'.al ni_\ vi>i'ia saea-, bai, ibut day ^t•l!u^s n-it l'roa  a í-(¡»  te-s'; ■ -'{"be- tc" !ai;ouy of tir 1 la wlrcii lier wainb wa-; ¡veld, no'.v .1 :-ab.Kiaig. li lJ'av..d cai! l'r aa ila  .Ui \oaia, o;  as li;  aad fliroa dii^rv  :  . v .1 -  o I ^  d the i.t i 11 ^r c.a!.e,»:. jp ong ou. ¡r « e vvbieíi.tbc 'sciijie la ia„'s lo v iew. K adi is ua-Jiì>)!e..;iy a saa .lìdrdnf. 'villi uri''"rro\ved J;='re, We^iding over aa assead l.i'.'e iii 5iÌIU;g"rbs,.-vgtU!diag. Ibeui by- il iny--trions ¡rjwer—disjiea-ibir.■!,) ilieni M Ileal, und delcrniing tlildr .suece--^ive psati^ ; Ina,? Olir iine-^t insirutncnìs f.iil. M ur.o re-tri.-t (he creative 'Onaiip;)!.,.'H-ce to Ihe narrow l;ebl VvlTieb ina s feel le viVion may seaa ? Wh" ba.y l! at ia lliose illiinaUddo wibls vvu;bU Tej-bad'-hcd wilb JClio's hvi'aii'y, other Iii irai me niresj.'bai'l-  ili  i ti.fa-,  Atri. Gôd live mys'ery. ...Di-biVileiici: ; ibc Ciiea', l'irsi ('au:-e id'ail ma;ier--oí ali miud ! ibe cenile wd;aaicc i.il g(,'udae.--iadi,ííví. Iania(eriai--Oaiai¡)-.'(; III --Oa\-uiscient —u lai may c,ani,»re!i'ai 1 l!ie n i-'lure ef the Grea( Tukaowa P Tb oi-bS ere it soars so hii:;!! —'.ve >rit 'l — I dds ¡is '-siag, and sii.ks again .to Mirih, bal I'l immortal destiny ¡bawaits but (be \oae i l Jebov ,h to dAcli iu.bis t res.aiee—w lea.-  icve!..; tiool i'  plavn iiiV or  .1. ih lae i'liv-i [;-e.'.ja;:ai ly b-la yi-ia lb e al:-  I v on '  a;  -  lía:  pr.iv c  I .VtO  by  1 ^  i-a the Itindaa-rea' a! aad m a-al \\a.a' v,li:e ralioiiaiilv aeb.arid uftwa'd ib'rft-iii. limes : a I- i i -la ciaabi! V i ] ibe a,ila .i, a -r,-.'dìera co  ra-iy M b; fa ï  T,a-re cam la oui- (¡^ a Ol' ^a;.!<asKnlg lavta' be ev""-; nf a-i woro  v.'e;  ■t ta-.vh  a Ò  Ad  A  I b  l'ai  an il. al ol  wan la ■ r; v ,v-.  aa'l a q ari laUiri.'O w  iiiit ¡1-r [!■'  kal Iii" a t;  S'a eel -^vrï'; a piar ¿^i' 'a Iv. b:  an niy  Jt y (.'.-;-  a mai-■■rs.,'i;. — ,1. i^ae  ■ss as ::  aUl-aJ. 1 a a ;  lia:  Tb  ¡'•,.|ia  aearl«.  i.pall  .wîae.ii  oiie was arn v.aule, v.-iiii  '\<ahf",a- lia ï heavenU  as-' b  oo;  al an-.  i'I, 111 Ul'V bal raai in-wii-.-a coia-î -rai.-d l!;e' iSb'.' vv -i-^ a a  .11  d. b cal ! iella bio seii'p !-red,s caini 'i-'i I Vi-r ln.a' ;; ailfc.a'iii iv, n oal 'Or;-! '."ly nf. il ,wa- la 111 I !y ai aby paa; a s Ira a.a a- ,n iitv in l.ia- bi' ' bfab ia !;. i.f!:ia'e, d;" iia-î s u/ -iib v.al-l ;  .Ùcadi. CûU.ld noi.....di.-aai _  rijj'il ¡ealares, ly tria' 'or, a h-a v n'y spb I,— t !;iss lier ¡n'oid bajw — - »'Joomv cob'ri.  iaa:i!'".n, tbe love aab lliaî ( ve.ii, .-b.ra.,-i- l'bnaa'e a-^'ioa--.T ¡b"au liam'.i'e i,a; b lia ; woibTs .■ -db i<),b'L;. ; a cara-io .satiduo lili-I'll, 'i'íie ,univo l'an 1 li~av, to"" I ho vir-I •da!aiï'diroa;-(, wa-  .Tn;: Cae-r ov aati-; blAiiTiiTiie tì&l IlVi>'a:gaiiaa U-: atiparlai|í:,j that ;p[.er,e.cls ■...(jÍi, -jay;* a hca.ai'ilin wijtor, is (he thick-ir, oí" ilio ertisi of ibe oarlh on which we J\VL-,!. W'c have scon that this ought to bo a ajtiaually iricrea-s.ng slowneijn, and 'Fiero wíiñ a ¡inrr when it was so thin as to ',c ,n a sialo of i'usibn. We have stated li't ibe marease of lean per a turo nbaorvad IS abiiUluiie degree Fahrenheit for e.ve.ry fifaM'u yards of liest lait. Inali probiibil-ty, hrjwefcr, t!ii; lucr-.'aKQ jvUI  ois, la vesUgaikui-.is cxtendedl^ rn . which case the ¡iresenl crust will bo found lo bo much liMiinor tann wo haVo, calculated át lo bu* ;—and slpajld luis be found to h^ i-orn ct^ iho iivgenicus ihieory will hccomo I tìubjact oí mora imporbanco, ia a .geíll-ogie.il point of view, ihan we are at preS' ani d lo onsider it. Taking, as  :orrcc(„, ilia ¡iresf.au observed rales of in-ia'i'ase, liu toinperalure would be a'9. fol-  ioiv -i : .___________ :....... .....,  Wa'or wi nrafViT Iho dopth of 2,430 , If lis. Lead uiells ut (he depth of 8,400  yards.  'I'hero ic red heat at the depth of 7  nil'es.  Gold melts at 21 miles.  (Ja'-t I loi) at 74-  SaÙ Iron at D7 niilns. ,  And lit I fa; d'¡)!h of lOO miles (here is i It nij'eratura equa! lo (he greatest ûjtijfî-jial la .it \ el ob-,a-rved ; a (eniperature ca-iiabíc; (if fa.i.|unir ,p!a.lii)r, J^()i:ccdau]j,__ a,];'aP"iba .are ac-  di'.: il' Tíia--! lemp'erntures show ■ carNi i.s ibad at iho di'plh of one aJred roi'cs, aa.l a 1 ule more than th© Ma V. iiiob v.'o IS ill l';r the babi-on^of -orm-n-z-'d-n-insTs,  o. o »  pjaa;  N  -irv (ir  .'b parli  : laia and  Il,  mi:  H ever pr:  't'-^I\ e  v.i' d w  Hi^ly, hapjx-,- intelligences the pci fvc-|imsboi"-i!i.;.¡i- Oe-abir, an 1 wilb expres-jye biluare d-.-brale Ids pr-.d-e. '.The ibul bewildered in conleniidating the enven-^; garni,bed wilb such'beauly and ?bl¡iiiiíy,"frels ihelitnlU of iis Ciculiiev l^ii^s ibr tl;e pn'.ver of a serapb, (li'^t it  (cric's shall 'bc iitif il dn¿ bUbi-o ibc I.:  ! I-'iuiuba- I)-.-!  IS c I n \ c i: A X d  ^llai.^!•a. i.-.'.i, a.i.i.ra -  ,b. and  Tlir  1' I e  ' Ia^' ss 10-of u.ir Vi-- ^ WIS la l,> •  d'- 1 a  T d  loveiy  tv of  SI  i)V  ai; [):  m'  -arma (an  i M Tv-  avi  lea any  d' ¡:  tona a-i i  ?y ^ving ils rii;.;ht io thoijtt relions wji. .  hath not feot-n,' an.l eau only excl.-um, j »-'d " i'b naiand veienee, "'l î God is great. and we know him i ""egarding it as deluMvo, iit--gre:.t woibsdoili He vvhieh, we ct:in-^'¡"¡'""'^"'s. ' follovv  comprehend.' Though seieiice iha^ b" i a.-e^i-b r.ain,,. y aa b<da  .led its illutidnjng rays upon Cnineti,ithe | '( wo i/f-v.>/..■/■ SLaLaieos, far. e itac ^bbnne p^ienorneVuror h bleb le.ve everlia- i com [loMli',!'. s!ni la  pired i-uorant uiili fear, they still re- ! ".¡"'rat i(m (d' (Ù, ib,ii<ai i, vv^al I  ■'^^rnpped ina.vsierv. Wh-il unknown ,'"''¡'S. i:-! re!i.:i,ai, bi^-l uj-un p.e  régirais thcHe blaxin- o.bs, u idi aa-bprolea'o-ta  vapory trains vi-it wla a ibey p'''Vcrs in tn.ar. l, ,vo !.. Ms beyond Ibe limbs of morbd x ; ' = = i-nur,anl. Tbe v'di.;b  P"rpQ.=c9 0,nnip.,lenec ih- v .-u-e'^""'"^ "  ?^!Hir,lu,fuini,and uhat their physical ''i'^'kei ism, Ir-ia  Miltili>m. are queries, ubieb tfiotii^b |fy naturally arise in the mind, yet re- l:)" ^^ ¡¡"b'"'«  unans-.viTed—they surpass (lie f.ni(e b"\ver, an ! b !f.'vers arc Jwofb ol'h.iinan intellect to determine, '^'^^veiy or iasaaaty, a;a, -..r  ft ihaUhey subserve, purposes worlhy ''""^i'y '  the Eteraal^ an<i that wherever he ex-  (b"  il ,-1" li ii'ii i-bia, aa or.' .v.b d ib; .'it  a,b .,1 i  'aav b  a" 11  ac; ,r,„ a; s  ■< r  >1' ( I.-  ■I ai, II!..r ; ..n ^ laviM' (.i:i dra' il, t ■) <)id hor i I diMW t-> i: a- • . b. a-:- a ;. a I  a '01 t u- ¡.'a  la  • to  ^.t ,b) carili  r lat a V.'l  v! •!,':■  bd,V. Il  a fO'  a a  'U'.-U',- - H . V JJ.i  ' ru'  \<.-,i -tiw  ' > bi\.  I V  ^ri'd.  lit ¡<: i-o- riai ha Ííjíí-rívl nrrrrr n li:' wb'ai lb; ^.prrmv ¡"ai grtiii bi---,  aa-^. Tir  (aiANaiK.—The older a 'a fry to recr/rninond v;r-v.i'; ai'abe bab is and scenes, of .b'-^a,!^!" a- a-j-, dra;';!ng. exercising, .'/daku;g ; ba aa s iuo>; in" the'couh^. -vy, v,,,:aaii ' ; ia'ba; biwn í» to g'-) to. sea« : I il i;ii. v\ '.' Spa.:; of ihe aaeient med-;cal sa even we ill so far ûs (o advise, í'or the .s.-i/ío of char^gc, an occas onal CX-c sä. 'To iiiJalua) a iilb'e na'w and then, bi' -.aH-f«' ai tid tiri rk ing ninrtr pjoiilifufly tb' ifi ti at'.' .^/csf f.ersoijs will find their  a ai:] d.bbe .', a ii,,d-I iilo rru (itiug thojr  üNí.ib i-h'.-d a-iaa-; a Ions and habit» ; since - I d ) lb' V Will reiarn to (hen)with ro-(■r';sb>:d jD'a-ia-s and riannved susceptibili-•r d i)i".- a, niant, 'í'iio ìiw of. iTiutatîon IS s'acip.ad U|'.o.i, and soe-in ' necesíary to haraïaiy a:;,d p;;;f:Cliou of all the .v 'aks di croa-iaiu, uial-iis operation may .a '-r| adlv tu-f:'i/ul (o elicit and sustain a ■ Ir i..bfKu!_r;c!¡ m ')f uiii own body and i.eblbl 'boTi' fs. ■ J -.  It was .!' ih, ir !.li (11 IIIV  'ü'iVára'ihe rest oí; (baa  riia! ur  I'lOl I-  lliat  i 1'  a)Hl  I b  .(■r a-  e ,b) a  a- I a  bi'  I a- , •r I'  ( 1.1  til  I ■■■{  Natu.nd sciciicc l'i ibe  hcas e:i.  a W:-li r.'V •; '■•irta lii -v 'i i n ti),' n . -b naid , x aad Ilia ■ •oria^ dr^  avet-.^ vili.:  -, i-1 ■■ irc'.v  ill a il i; tiiiva, 1 u I -anft' i.ov.a-. nb  ' a  'jd w'la las  aba -and it inav ,'_;.ia i c rcb.' -in- ib-e  a n, an ! tir  aa tao i!i-ai "oi M'ì ílale-r w:is b^ ra-;re umv ' o ^c-a 'Ua (H'ec h>;'r (.-oiii;!.— ' d sbiai.-, ao l taiw-•r h .'ad.sloiies bava,  ( il).),-) Auvici;, — GirlSi beiv^re of Iran-iaoi vouia.,- riici) —never euiier ihe 'ad-I - •■„'s (b a .sirangar rccoliect one good 'lat;!-/ f ÍÍ ra--rbs bay or indii-'frioUS OIC-;h ii;ia- is worlh nior(? than, alb the floa-a!''b'i'.i lra.-.b ii the wqil I ; ih(3 oliurementa b'i a ,11 d r.ady j:i.;l< with" a gold chalo •' a, > a' a w a!!,mg slick iu his paw* 1 la n, .>• I lilor's ci>ai on id-b.-ick, aod .i-do----, tb.ia;.rb í'a.irí\v .-ka'l. cnnnev-li) ior ibo l-.ss of a kind father'« t; ovl in-:'boa's er)uusel, and the <(>,.- c'v of bi'itbers aii'l sfsler.s their 'af-.¡'ceti.,;» bi-bi wbi!o Uint of such a VOUng an 'i !-> I •' a i a ' ' a a of ihc honey moon, "bis t r a e. /- / '- f jicr.  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