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Milwaukee Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 28, 1840, Milwaukee, Wisconsin f. V N v tJC'k >i PRINTED VND PUBLiaHgfr WEEKLY, BY SOLOMON C. KNOB, Al THRBtt PBR flffl NI5W 1. NO. 41.] MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER 28, 1840. J. A. MES6INGKK, XtcgUtMte, A TrtMurer of (he town of Milwaukee, Will act fur the i-ninum c.l County ur To Ha tnxet, Deeds and all en-I to llieir rejiislry. Oflice in Kugei'i .V'ard. H H- M AVING a yeijc ul acqi .tin lance in ihibaiiU i he a-Jj-nrmiK will Cite ptumptiuxl ".incl atli-iilti.ri to the col lection or of all tifiau.nl-> lel'l with him for ihe Office on ihe corner of Tliird tnd Che-i.nut HI reel, cl if Ward. IV iJwauli.ee, Oci. 15, Id 10. LEONARD P. CHART- aurl Cuiiiuijiliiral mil Suluitor in H..tf'1's I'lo, k, >li wautuw, Wufi'fltiii Tctfituiy- ed-V CMAUI-1> JT. LI 1 I'OUR >lloi IK I.aw and .Solicitor m Ki s-i.at- sci a. 5 :y, Oxford. IS. Y. 1! ii. Alburn llun .'olui I'rt t, At: rue) C'.n I'LOSSOM, in a' MILWM Mt.k: U 'I1 1H1, UK U. PfkV Jilt, .ft tor my at Late atft ftvllfllur I i t Aanrf Ht AH I- I l.h.. I 9tf iivmr! i To., W T THE PRINTER AMP be is an px'ftisire laod holder; bow
rosily niisjs, ihe d.dly pupeis. (Its-.iveiefJ (he (oilowiug A. U'lN'il- .in i 1 I I .M i> I v; f. ii1. iniriit fi rry. O.I "cr iht- ii- oi Hi" Mll.WACK l.U. VV. W Vf-KT kf.u'f ri' '.I, AI KCr Mrrrlinnl MmrHeand Tiro Company. uiii'i n: LIB whir h fi lei Jt-hip aiid leSpecl Dni laid nj.oti the tiltei oi iiei luiiy lund. Ha th'.y ntid g! i' Jtiiiy tjiM-d her heail, uaim tec is ot uiitl Hjned free fii.m hei hjZel eyes, dll'l Ifli upon her fair i !ieei( like dew drops f.-uin a lose leaf hat can I ued Wi'li.nn, 'to tf nuny the drapery vx 1.1 Ii s. i i, in ,ti c.. t dud h.Tj j 'f Hai: el's feennps weru too big t'.r uiteijint c; ihe could not vent htr thoughts in v. olds s- UHS ten.- tit o. I'iisuuii d by one t iiiiil lj nlicri njjllii1 j- ol her heai.. she ble lo speiik, saij read it ul ud to his 11 ife. "Mariied ,n this ci'y, tows, which k lied threft of tbern ant woundeii several The rest, seeing the hopelessness >f their case flew to (b8 fi-atn, which thi y threw opea, rushing- forward with a entered the castU, and disarottd garrison Redwald was instantly determined tu re list their pursuers to the last. The aged Redwald, somewhat ap- peased by the pi xestjiious ot his son, en couraged his to hold out ihe cas- tle against the Norm m suldieis, who were now arrived tieifate. They were head- if 'lesied the gtntlem.m and lady at the j ed by a knight 11 gigantic- statme, mount gate, and prepar.d the engines on the waits I His son, spnngirg forward, the gray upon his head; the next to him wits occupied by his wife; HI ti art nir ot affected dignity she looker! aids the dour, which at (hat motnt-nt s opened by the Cupt.iin who politely esied the and ladv at the he id of the to give up their seats to j ed a horse cr in size with .1. ri 11 r i' HJII i i t i 4 thi tion Williuui Malcolm and his lady 1 II voice from He.tven, in tones of tbim- d had spoken, they could not have been its rider, whose airtout of nzitre, on which wasembroidered a wolfs hexd.ernsed. now splashed with tlond, gave evident token editorial acticle respecting the she 1 ;itl jusl aim1 K the j.uipi'se of iuMt Off Hisii -strn li lOllicf. M C O II X S. II O U Attnntry I" iho Te-riti :ii.il the t: vruit aim l'i--ti n't cut'iuii I'rov n. Uiiu.u I, IIIUCL tii! 'n Co jrts ef ID -..111111.1 i-> Jolm It li'l, Mi ioi t f the i: n t.t l.tnr, lei.ie "siiilai'iV in .IN tL. A. Kanm it-" aitend -uuntir-. a, WNcon- i t 'it 'mill] hia. KLt. A', 'r'llliiiu J'i I v Prttithnt t'Vown, if annumt'tirjli I'allegt, 1'" U 1' H A M rt A I. O K T 11, Attorneys ami C'uuri-ellors it and Soli-itors in O. J. Vrilrt.M CUMOM 1'i'frrt'in f x Samuel John A. D x, Alittniy. .VI. 11. H. U'niwortli ttttiot i-jtt, .v. Willium Hall. Del. Kdwa-d Hinckley Itnltt Henry P. ls--q. "Win. li.irhour. Wi-'iit'iiH. .Iron, tf.nl. IVie Ctil letuiii it horn a visit lo hei huvi ijj j.aid her n visit lor iig hi-r to auend the which probt.- i-ilu- plan' in u feu days. She issh.ittlie inU'nie1. she bud with In. i am.', it was lolicw s: hen she had m dt- Lnown her errand hei Is it possible th it Hiirriet, the lespi ilSlt'lltly of mid bdiid to u nan without soliciting When I first becart e man of my choice, I my mollier, whohsj- my >idvict-.'' Hai uei replied, uh thi ndvirt> o n> (i tu be in imj.iiry shedisctnei n) 4 Co. A Co. j t-'o. A! Co J net J ,-Yvrk. IV> tn i'. Unfliili f U Uxokei A >Troy, N Y. k iu I U Hun K V, t( Hil.l.'k ft ill Mil, lil.lll' lij ins, Hill. Buital lit ikli, sa drAro.. uiuaky I'lty. Detruii, Mich. U. iJOTTOS A CO. ibove t- business, woi J in the "respectfully form their and the fiiblic in ifcn- inieiiv.' lo d is j i are your c on net lions niiir.ying a man ho picks up type for a lumv Yt'U :mit ht- foolish, und yoir miiihei must be mac in sanction youi y.u need not me, Miss, that I shrill soerjd to ininf e in tLe society of u e- rh'Hiie-s; yon luck 'oinmon sense or you ivonld not thus thr> w yourself away." H.irrietaijniii lied; WiMiarn is i -spectable, industrious, and economical tmi i, -md loves me It mukes me t ihik ot pearls ti'fore com imeil the old tinstocnt. nu a he.iuliIn I, viir lo Hie of n't----lion fait VOU SO iu.it. v 'in le s an extiact: Last evening, in conformity with a ps- lite i.ivi'.dt'.in we u.'tendt d a uedilmg pnr- ty every tLmg went off with great eclu ihe cake, coffee and wine, wcie exrellen >he b.idi- lonK-ed more like arijjel lhaii a human her hair UHSsmnoifi ai J MS n iv-'iiV winijs. li''i inoiitli hi rce of Etii.'1'.ind c.m be T No kinsmen of ih" sl.tiri Har- old yet live, ant wi.l avenge his forme, I Ji- L'ipiis irrniin 1 ins teeth with rage, and replied fii'iceiv well to i ihee, grey bcsid. tn vaunt thus; but knou. th.u ymir ciisllo be not rendered up erf moon i igf, thou thy THE REVENGE OFHUGOLINE. "Does no one appiotich, Kihelwtilph? Is ihere no spear or pennon tn A as mine old eyes ache with watching pi iy heaven the Norman not gamed th diy Thus spoke Redwald Saxon, as he s.i in one of the turrets of his castle, which si' on an almost inrircessibk- rock on the cc tst ol Sussex. The sun wjs fast sink- n i in the west, and poured a flood ot (fold- ei litrht on the waieis of the Channel j but th s-'ene had no chaims foi the aytd chief: h j four brave sons had joined H.irold king, and this was ihed.iy on which ir man's power would be tried. For tf ree boms had RedwaId sat m torturing si avvHitini; ihe issue of the comb it. 'I had spri-ad its ih.n veil over the si rioiindinsf country, when, as the chref cl si'ended '.n despiir fium Ihe turret, the cl itierint; of bones' hoofs was heard, and fc ir horsemen rode into the court-yard 'I heir steeds weie jaded, and their armor is hacked and splashed with blood. "Ah 1 Husjotme, my brave boy cried tl e aired Redtvald, as he received in his a ms ihe foremost horseman, who had dis- i) minted with all has'e. "Art tlioureturn- si-iithf less the Norman driven b ck, or slam, or----------" "Harold is down cried the youth wild- I- "and thi- blood of Gurth and Leot- cnmsnr. the turf! Father, we are Noimiin lion 0 my brethren are----------" "Ha cried Ri-dw-ild eagerly, "what T nuldst thou eriy thy t' neue d.iri's not utter that word. Thou 1 not tell me that, and stand here t. lha i med "F 11 her.'' replied ihe youth, "they art ii-.id. my kinsmen here saw them he Norman host has scattered all our f rce but there is time to s.ive ihee from t itir vencreance kinsmen shall tie consumed in it" He pointed iho horizon us bespoke, which was bej- tinin-> lo bnahlen, moon hurl not yet appeared A pale liuht trltrti Hi-it d on the Channel, whieh served lo distm fniuh ihe sails of ih Se fu- ritives who hait quitted their after escaping- fi om the disastrous con flint. The Normal, soldiers, in the mean time, kindled a fire, ft id lit several torches. Hu- go line watched them intently, and perceiv- ed lhat they were bringing forward a quantity of dry underwood from a borinjf copse. "'hey ad to the jjates, against which 'hey placed the wood, and appeared to be inly waiting for the siirnal from their leadt r. The moon rose above the boiizon, threw her red glare on the scene Lupus advnncerl, and in a threatening toi e demanded instant admit- tance. Htiirol ne replied by loosening his bow at the knirht, whose hauberk of proof proiected its w -arer: the arrow snapped, nnd fell to ihe griunH harmless L'ipus calmly seized a torch, threw it into the mirlstof the w Jitd, whieh bltzed fiprrelv, and the gates were instantly in flames, when tbe asreii Redwald. at the highest pitch of his vo "Hold. Nor mnl hold, for the blessed Away "with shrieked tbe old sake have mercv, and the place most of the Norman soldiers; but the test closing round him, be was struck to the ground nnd tecui ed. 'Away with turn to the neit sntd Hugh Lupus; when Redwatd threw self at the feet of the U night. 'Oh, Norman, he cried, 'thou hast not heart to do a deed so vile spare him, or let me suffer firs, but do not kill my on If boy I' At u ommt the eye of the old chief tested on a splendidly dressed. who stood by it e bf Lupus continued Red w Id, 'if thou would'st not have thai child ircei dreadful a death, spare Hugoline, whose only crime is that he has tait day fought for his king and replic I the knight, 'thy son hat sought hii own c bears be sword or lance, and know i not that att ua- tenab.f place is t) foifeit the Jires oftba Ij-ariisurif Hi- t ball die.' r M. britia me bacU thybroth- t si Where's Ken rick, and El- I coward, hast thou deserted them in i if hour of peril Hence with (ih that I could wield a weapon attain 1" "This is madness, mv replied 1 lusroliiH-; "I did all that mtn -fluid do for t lem the shaft that stetv Edwin grazed i iy fare. See you backed buckler T i oppotod a vaia resistance to the axe of a -Tor-nan knight, who, with bis followers, liiw Ktnriok tod Ella." (hall be triven spare my boy I "Fear not. air father" said Hugoliflf. "let us die in the flames which consume our hull, for trey are merciful than the Norman who has kindled the-n." "Oh for 01 r Lady's sake, take pity t" cried the aged chief, who heeded oat hu SOD'S rernonstr mercy and alt we have is "Then qttiie tly open thy gates, or tkoo and all thy household shall perish I" Lupus., ail he perceived the old y. Redwnld, 'say not i revoke your sen erice I Here at thy feel i entreat tbee to ipare him and he ed the kuevs oft le while the per- spiration stood ir on his aged brojk We countenance of Lupus lowered 'Old 'ye plead in vain, by my fathei's soul he s mil die I What 1 shall a Nornun knight )e bearded by a wretched Saxon slave like him Hence! or I may forget thy grey hairs and io thee rio- 'ence.' 'Then take th quittance fierce Nor- man cried the >1d chief. He started ou his feet, and qniilt as tbouf bl plucked a small dasher fro a his bosom, and struck ith all his force it the breast of the koigh'] but one of soldiers with a pole-axe struck Redwaid i blow on tbe faesa, which stretched him lif.'less a: the feel of bis con- queror. Hugoline beheld it; a groan of 8pony burst from his overcharged bosom, and the cords with whu-n he bound, snapped as though they tittd been In an in- stdiil he sprnng forward, and seized in his armsthe youth v ho stood by Lu> utja, and rushed up the stairs ot one of the toweis Severrl of the Norman soldiers followed him >ut he qnirklv rlosed an iron door upon liis pursuers, and tbe nexl rnoim tit appeand on the lop of the tower. A dozen bows vere bent, but he held be- fore him as a shield his rnnoceat which inirmidaud theM. he Or mtrer shrieked out, 'my rerettg) completu t Look on thy dirlingbuy heir thou no be continued, as he waUbed the speechless a ;ony of tbe knight, 'no en- treaty for the life of thy child 1' Oh, cried tbe my boy and Iho i shah not be Ah t' shoutec Hiigoline, -dost thou ofier now ive me back then my fals- er and my up that ataman whom your followers hare murdered restore him. and thy boy in Whatl dost thou at his victim. not, child, torture clutched the the boy as bespoke, and the Stirlingbreatl) aad convulsive struggle told that death fTM nigh, Shoot! shoot screawed Lupus; but at moment tbe body of his f bild. hurled from the fearful height, fell into the cot it-yard a naiilated while a dozen iihsttotramfUedlhe Bttiqo, who leaped from tbe tower, with a about o'triumph quivering oo.fcw Tbe araeh ot faw fell, echoed tbe fell of child. iJ a eriminal. demnnd.eould read a terae in op-nedata -wniare. he WM what was eallet r verae was
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