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Milwaukee Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 30, 1841, Milwaukee, Wisconsin PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY SOLOMON C. ENOS, AT TH NEW 1. NO 50] MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, 30, 1841. LEONARDP CHARY. Altemar and C'junMlior at Law and Solic tor in Rofer'a Block, Milwaukee, vViaconaui Territory. cd-y 1.. BLOSSOM, Ja. and CuunMltoT at Law and General Land VV. T. CH4KLE8 J, LYNDF. eat Cemaellor at Law and Solicitor in Hon. John Oxford. K- D. PUtVKK, UOARCHftK, Walworth Co., W. T. WALLACE W. GRAHAM, Attorney imtl-Caunaellorrat Law, FOINT, .MILWAUKEE. JOHN H. TWEEDY, Atl'y at Law, and Solicitor in Chanctry MILWAUKEE m lUgera' Building. one door north ferry. F. A. W1NGFIELD, at Law, anil -SWi'i in Chancery, MILWAUKEE. U P II A M dt W A L, W O II T E Attorneys and at Law, and Solicitors in B. A. 1. VfllXM. CLINTON WALWOHIH. Hon. Samuel Nelxm, Cnoperatoien, -V. Y John A. Du, Albany, A'. V. R. H. alworth, atoga, N. Y. WithamHall, tUltnifngtvn, Edward Hmclley Es.q, flaitimore. Henry D. Gii; in, Wm. Souls, City York. Hon. John M. Barbour, UiVAiynn.______ JT OII If II O R W E M t Attornty 'f (.'mmtrtlvr (it WILL prai ticeiii tlie SiijirPnif Cour of tlie Tcrritnry, am! rtgular v in the Circuit aid Distn.-t t'ouM- of tlif counties of Br >wn, Racine When [irac'icahle, he will also a tend cf lowaand tJrant counties. His resilience is at Green Bay, Wiscon- Terntory. Kfferenccs: f. f. Barbour, of Virginia, udgt of tht Surrtmt Court V. S. R. E Paiktr, Court afATftatt, Virginia frotutor WillidinE Horner, af Puttip Harrmon, fttrhmond, Virginia. John Biddle, Baq of Detroit. Mitfor Richard Orayham, S( Leuis, i Iqf Witconttn Territory. Prtridtnt Brown, of Canncnfburgh Coll'tft. Pa J. A. MESSI.N'GER, A Trcaturei of the Will act as njenl for the pavmcn- of Countv cr Town draw Deeds mnd aid atten-1 tlieir regiitry. Offtee in Btork, West Ward. H. M. MUKBAilD, I'K. HAVIAG u grne-al in i adjuininR counties, wilt prompt and itrn-t at rnnon to flip col lee 11 on ur st-c unrig of nl! demaiirN left him for the Office on ihe cortiei of Third and Clit-tnut cfif West Ward, Milwaukee, Oct. JOHN S. ROCKWELL, over the store of L Rockwell Co. MILWAI'KKE. JMO. IT. WAI.KER. Forward ng and Co nm.asion Mercliant rOIKI, W. T. Mar 15. 16JO 13 nod WuconMn-itreet, ciond door below tlie Koat Office, lukca. 13 Merchant Salt, Ve. MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. Catlm, ftuhisPutnair, UannlW.. Carter A Co. 1 D. Pack Co. Albany. A Co. O. P. Onlflth 1 n Co. Co. roliett A Brac.l.ya, Comatook Alartm, Coit, Kinitwrly Co. Ev Buffalo. Boil, Sandunkr Guy- ervi B. COTTTOIf CO From Companion. THE INCIDENT Of THE REVOLUTION, sr aosutr BAKU row. It was an autumnal ev for- bad begun to don tl eir mantlet of gorgeous The ahorn of their harvest treasures, hy like golden lakelets io the rich and Mow The noble fiaot Wnrriora clothed in theii panoply of rock and foli- age, threw their an lien shadows far out upon the bosom of the Hudson, who rolling on his path of b -auty, gleamed like a fallen raiubo >v iu ihe innumerable lints of accidental glory. 7ur in the dis- tance lowered the venerable Cro'nesi, be- girt with a diadem cf purp e aud gold The first star was twitiktirjtr on the brow of twilight, deep dark clou Is were encir- cling the zone of creation, lock and moun- and shrub, bill, (It valley and rivulet, all commingled in one hazy soft- ness, rendering it a scene c f indescribable loveliness, beautiful os in those days of primitive innocence, ere g n was known, or desolation and decay hud fallen upon the blossoms of our earthl veral peisons atlired ia tJ e military cos- tume of that period, who. v ith well-meat- u.ed pirokrs of their oarj, marie it dart over the waters like a ray of light. In the stern wos seated a man of about fifty years of atje, his head was uncovered and rev-ruled '.o view a md capacious features were m irked and mas ruline, hie month, which vos peculiarly characterised by n closem of the lips, gave to him a look of determination, yel which in no way impaired the mild and tnemttil expression wl if! reijjned over his general aspect the others in tlie boni, hp wore n dark b ue cowl, with burTfncinffs Hoselv iimoned to the throat, hi-Hvy buckskin small clothes, high miliisiv with ofsteel, brffencirrled his wmtl. in whirh wns fxed a straight cwoitl Sin-h WHJ the rest i mi' of the per- son who W4S destined to nd teve the 'iber- IV of bis country, andtobu jt the fellers of oppiessioti Reader, need who it uas? In "vour mind's does he not s'niid before vou Is not his nnme the wairh'.void of your indVpen lence, and his noiv rnshiined in the leart of every of freedom? It was Ueorge Wash- daiightn lion, but his lipa, receive miacreai t he mid, v countene daughter the hberijr of itiillio sake of b and nov swear 1 r Like a on the hi They sat mestics, i SCIOIISDel treason 1 It app- was tin e 10 ihu fa i of Rugsd era I, and ninur, itit which p w hours with his After crmtinuinc his pith for some dis- tonre, nlorte the rirer'f he sirtick off" into n narrow i wl, bordered thirklv brirchwood t with a thoiuanrl Washington, he said, "Come Gene- ral, pledge me to the success of our arms." The eye of Rugsdale, at that moment, en- countered the scrutinizing look of Wash- ington, and tunk to the ground his hand trembled violently, even to so great a de- PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE reversed, aod the horror of agreeable surprise oi pany. wham t barge, tiaod ington as her noblt io the pa Scatce 'ion, and around, v dieig wet rapidly ti wuiin a the Amei turn of t i-auje of 1 diate act; gree 10 partly spilt the of the THE above iajeta their friends aral, thattbsy will at all tmuit with a STBAM BOAT AND LIGHTERS, to aasiat in discharging freight aad pattaenfera without tha U H. COTTON CO. May, 1940. and stood fun back with surprise. It id Irs his sword--but the indian rnly fr" her knee, placed her finee-nn her and by a with her hand, forbade him to proreed -What seek you, my wild flower T aaid the General. She started to her feet, drew a tomahawk fro n her belt of wampum, and imitated the an of aralpinsr the a (rain at forbidding him to ahe darted into thebtithet. leaving him ott in amtie- ment "There oanfer." said to himself, after a abort panen and moverinff from hia Indhuit mMar be- With (iifficully he it to his then retiring to the window, waved hit hand, which action wit imme- diately responded to by a tbiirf discharge of tht' cannon, at the moment the En- glish anthem of Godstzvr tht Kinf. buist in full volume upon ihe ear, and a band of men. attired in B'ilish uniform, with their tlart-j faces hidden by masks, entered the apart- L'non j mem The American drew their Washinffton, cool and colleci- ai on folded upon his quietly them, "Be calm, gentlemen, it an we "lU not Then turning to dale, taid, "Speak, eir, what God; ha bat MWfrt deaeled at, "It meant." replied the traitor. his hand upon the shoulder of Washing- ton, 'that yon are my prisoner. In the naim of King George lariett you." exclaimed tha General. may be eat to pieces but aarrender wa will not Therefore, fire way." and ha wared aia tword to tha f nurd "who ataod wKh theti maaketa aa if wady ire, tbay to aatapa. la u bad tbotild treaaoa again after that of the W. "For my own leart rolltd down bit noble agony of the wife and my owti life, I heed not, but y native welfare lanehais the ity, I pity him, but my oath, the presence of Heaven, 1 ot forgive him." 'tHT bol: fell these words up- of the wife nnd into the arms of the do- when they recovered to con- igtdate had atoned Cor his sacrifice of his life. tbfit the Indian girl, who favorite, and domesticated had overheard the intention betray the American Gen- r valuable officers that eve- hands of the British, for they bad been invite I to Judaf" Hating, in her 'Rites of America, who had ibe from iheir native forests, (o frustrate their design, attd waylaid the steps ol Wash- have described, but failing in rpose, she had then recourse left in possession of the boat. d she imparted the informs- shadows of the night closed a company of Biitish sol- iscovered making their way rds the banks of the Hudson, rt distance of ihe spot where n party was wailing the re- Ir commander. Bold in ihe ty, and knowing lhat imme- uld alone preaerve hiiu. they rusted upon, and overpowered them, stripped t tern of their uniforms arid bound tht n hand and foot, placed them in their boat and under charge of two of their con painons, sent them to an Ameri- can camj at West Point Having dis truised tht mselves in the habiliments of the enemy, t ley proceeded to the bouse of Kugsdalt? whfie, at the appointed time and mad known to them by the Indian, they oppt rtuiiely arrived to the relief of Washing an, and the confusion of the trai- tor. 'I V' JUDOME: T i or THE DCKE OP OSSPNNA. The dike of Ossunna, viceroy at Na- ples for te king of Spain, to whom the Neapolitan territory wut then quired gi at celebrity far the tactuod wis- dom ofihc judgments he delivered. Tl'is to show i nobleman un visiting ihe cat ley one festi ever and val day fo the purpose of liberating a cap live, aucoiding io use and wont, found ail the loud in asserting their inno cence. C ne declared that his condemua ion was t e work of enemies; another as scrttd that he had been informally and un- ustly con -icted j a third declared he bad misii ken for another person, and so on. All If c lured themselves guiltless cradled bcbes At last the duke came lu v bo took a very different tone; I do not relieve, my noble said he, that ther is n greater rascal in all Naples ban myse f. They were too lenient rt was averice, chanced to lose an embroi g artietea. An old woman foun I the and brought it to the own. Fern melle, toon at aaw property, raid not withstand ibe tion ii try uy to avord the payrftent of part of the rew In cooatinjc the fifty pit totes, he d laid atide thirty, and said to finder. -I promiaed pit- te4at towl sever foaad tha porte, Thirlj rem takan
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