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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - February 13, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaVol. 48. Maun Jaun Jiuu i Auw american Volunteer. A published every thursday morn info by John b. Bratton. Teems. A a Dollar and fifty cents paid in Advance two dollars if paid within a a a Quot it and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the year these terms will to rigidly adhered to in every ins Taneo. No subscription disco of tho All arrearage Aro paid unless at Texo p. Adveuti9ehents�?aocomp10� not exceeding Ono Square will do in a Timos for Ono Dollar and Twenty lbs Coli in additional insertion. Those of a greater length in proportion. To Jon print Inge such As hand Hills posting Hills pamphlets Blanks labels to. O., Exoo Tod i accuracy and at tho shortest notice. A cortical Teet a a. Has a neighbor injured you a a a a a Don t fret. A you will yet come off tho bests / he s tho most to answer for a hover mind it rest. A a done to fret. A a. Has a horrid Lio been told ?. A /. 7. Do not for ctr. It will Ruu itself to death. A if you will lot it quite alone a it will Dio for want of breath a. T Don t fret. Are your enemies at work ?. A. A Don t Freta they can to injure you a Whit. If they find you Hoed them net. A they will soon to glad to quit Don t fret is adversity your lot ? a a a a done to wheels Koop turning round spoke will reach the top a a which like Yogi is going to fret. Tiie Volunteer Sbur Lal. By Pailk . A it tis co Ono brightly beaming Star Shinos from tho Eastern Scavon afar to Light tho footsteps of tho Tavo. Slow a arching to a Comrado a Gravo. The Northern winds have sunk to Sloop. Tho Sweet South breathes As Low and deep tho martial Olang is heard tho Troad. those who hear tho silent Doad. A and Whoso tho form All Stark and cold a. Thus ready for the Hros Onod Mould and stretched upon so Rudo a Bior 7 Thino Soldier Thino tho Volute or. Poor Volu Toor tho shot tho blow a a of Swift i Soast hath Laid him Low and few his Early loss deploy Row a his Battle of Pkt his journey o or. Ahtu to no fond wife a arms or Trosso his Hook no Condor Mother pressed a. No pitying soul1 was by his Side,1 1. As lonely in his tent to died. Who Diode the Volant Norvat noon at evening Camo tho Small platoon that soon Wilt Lacavo him to his rest with sods upon his Manly breast. Hark to their fire his Only Knoll Moro solemn than tho passing Bell Porah it tolls a. Spirit flown in Shulvon to tho dark unknown. A ills deeds and Fato shall fado away. Forgotten Sinoto his dying Day a and Nevor on tho Roll of Fama a shall to inscribed his Humble name. Aln Suliko him How Man More. A Lio cold upon Potomac ssh it 31 How Many Green Uuno Tod Graves a Aro bordered by those Placid Waves. Sloop Soldier Sloop rom free and sin and strife a tis Woll with Thoo. 7tis Well though not a single tear earn outs tho buried to Luntoo _3ffilteellanfcu0. G one. Edgar Allan poo thought tho most touching of All words nevermore which in America fashion Tornado Ono word. America writers do the Liko with forever i Lii he with bad effect. Ellesmere in that most Beautiful Story of a Gretchen a tells of a Sermon he Hoard in Germany in which a that pathetic word Verlores lost occurred Many everyone knows what or. Johnson wrote about the last. It is of Correo a question of individual associations and How it May Striko different minds but i stand up for the unrivalled reach and pathos of the Short word gone. There is not very much difference Yon see Between the three words. A Are on the suburbs of the Sanio idea. All convey the idea of a state of matters which existed for a Timo and which is now Over. All suggest that the inmost longing of most human hearts is less for a future untried happiness than for a return a resurrection beautified and unalloyed with care of what has already been. Somehow to Are ready to feel As if to were safest and surest with that it is curious that the Saddest and most touching of human thoughts when to run it up to its simplest form is of so homely a thing As a material object existing in a certain space and then removing from that apace to another. That is the essential idea of gone. Yet in the commonest Way there is something touching in that something touching in the sight of vacant space once filled by almost anything. You feel a blankness in the landscape when a tree is Gono that you have known All your life. You of a vague sense of something lacking when even a Post is pulled up that you remember always m the Centre of a certain Field. You feel this yet More when some familiar piece of furniture is taken away from a room which you know Well. Here that Clumsy easy Ohair used to stand and it is gone. You feel yourself an interloper standing in the space where it stood so Long. It touches you still More to look at the empty Aljair which you remember so often filled by one who will Nevor fill it More. You stand in a Large railway station you have come to see a train depart. There is a great Bustle on the platform and there is a Groat Quantity of human life and of the interests and Oares of human life in those twelve or fourteen carriages and filling that Little space Between the rails. You stand by and watch the warm interiors of tho carriages looking so Large and full and As if they had so much in them. Thore Aro people of every kind of aspect Hildron and old folks multitudes of railway rugs of carpet lags of portmanteau of parcel of newspapers of books of magazines. At length you Bear tho last Boll thou comes that silent steady pull which is always striking it la Alai to la How Blank to 0101 Ore tho you a an i madly think that there was so much of life and of the interests of life m so Little room you feel the Power upon the average human being of the simple commonplace fast that something has been Here and is then i go away in thought to ascertain pier a Pior of wooden piles running two Hundred Yards into the sea at a quiet spot on a Lovely coast whore various steam vessels Call of a summer Day. You stand at the Seaward Ond of the pier where it Broadens into a considerable platform and you look Down on the deck of a Steamer lying alongside. What a Hustle what a hive of human beings and. To Weir children and their baggage their Hopes fears and schemes fills that space upon the water of a Hundred and fifty feet Long and Twenty five wide 1 and what a Dea teming noise too of escaping st am Uii a the air 1 men with baggage dash up against you woman Voci Ferate above the Roar of the steam it is it for Agni ent of tho vitality and hurry of the great City carried for a Little to the quiet country place. A but the inst rope is thrown off tho paddles turn the Steamer moves it is Gotico. There is the Blank water churned now , but in a few minutes transparent Green showing tho wooden piles encrusted with shells and with weeds that wave about below the surface. There , and look vaguely and think vaguely. It is a curious feeling. A it is a feeling you do not understand except bar experience. And to n thoughtful person a thing does not become commonplace because. It is repeated hundreds of thousands of times. There is something strange and something touching about Evetie a a Steamboat going away from a pier at which a dozen Call every Day. But upon the pier you saunter opon the each you read the newspapers you enjoy the sense of rest. The Day wears away and in the evening the Steamboat comes Back again. It has travelled scores of Miles and carried Many persons through Many leones while you were resting and idling through these hours and the Quot feeling you had when it wits gone is effaced by its return. Tho going away is neutralized by tho coming Back. And to understand the full Force of gone in such a Case you must see a ship go and see its vacant space when it. Is Gono who a it goes away for a Long time and takes some with it who go for Ever. Perhaps you know by. Experience what a choking sensation the re is Iii looking at an Emigrant vessel Clearing out even though you have no personal interest in any Ono on Board. I have seen such a ship depart on her Long voyage. I remember the confusion and hurry that attended her departure the crowded deck thronged with old and Young Gray headed men bidding Farewell to to Weir native land. Hud Little Chivaro who would carry but dim remembrances of Britian to the Distant australian and who that Lias witnessed such a. Scene can forget How when the Canvas was spread at length and the. Last rope castoffs lie outburst of sobs and weeping that arose As the great ship solemnly in Sod away ? you could see that Many who parted there had not understood what parting menus till they a Cir in the act of going you could Soo that the old parents who Wero willing they thought to part from their Bay because they thought his chances in life were so much better in the new country had not quite parting from Hini was till he was gone. Have you Ever been Ono of Large Gay party who have made an excursion to Sonto Beautiful scene and had. A picnic festival Mot. That such festivals Are much to he approved at least to spots of very Noble scenery. Teh Noble scenery is vulgar Zed by them. There is an inconsistency in ought the Awe Striko. M Erly to make it a theatre for eating and drinking for stupid joking and laughter. No let smalltalk be manufactured somewhere else. And tho influence of the lonely place is lost its spirit is unfelt unless Yogi to alone or go with very few and these not boisterously merry. But lot us accept the picnic As a Quot fact. It has been and the part has been very Large and vory. but go Back to the place after tho party is gone go Back a minute after for something forgotten go Back a month or a year after what a Little spot it is that you occupied and flow Blank it looks the place remains but the people Are Gono and to solemn to our kind that tho Placo alone occupies hut a Ory Little part in our room Fleetion of any Pas a. Ltd Amir i n tir limn f Limm or Iea Sago in our history in which Thero were both scenery and human life. go Back after scleral years to tho House where you and your Brothers and Sisters were children together and you will wonder to find How Small and How Blank it will look it. Will touch you and perhaps deeply but still you will discern that not places but persons Are the True objects of human affection and you will think what a Small space of material ground May be the scene of what Are to you great human events and interests. It is so with matters on a grander scale. Ii Oil Little a space was ancient Greece How Little a space the holy land strip those of their history and their associations and they Are insignificant. And history and associations Are invisible and at the first glimpse of the Placo without them the place looks poor. Let the Little child die that was the Light and a Hope of a great dwelling and you will understand the truth of the poets reflection on the loss of his. A twas Strango Tomt such a Little thing should Loi ivo a Blank so Largo Thero is no place perhaps where you Havo Sulci a feeling of blankness Whon life has gone from it As in a Church. It is less so if the Church be a very grand Ono which compels you to Attoh to itself a Good Deal even while tho congregation is assembled. But if the Church be simple Ono and tho congregation a vory Largo one crowding the simple Church you hardly know it again Whon the congregation is gone. You could not believe that such a vast number of human beings could Havo Beon gathered in it. The place is unchanged Yot it is quite different. It is a curious feeling to look at the empty pulpit where a very great preacher Oneo . It is especially soffit he thirty years Sinoto he used to proach Thero More so if it to Many centuries. I have often looked at the pulpit who Noe Chalmers pro ached in the Zenith of his Frame you can no More bring up again the excited throng that surrounded it and the Rush of the great orators eloquent of than when standing under a Groat Oak in december you can Call up plainly what it looked in june. And far less standing under the dome of st. Sophia,.could Ono recall As a Presont reality or As anything but n dreamy fancy tho a sport and the of Chrysostom Ages since Gono. Tho feeling of blankness which is the essential thing contained in the idea suggested by tho word gone is Ono that touches us vory nearly. It seems to get closer to us than oven positive evil or suffering Presont with is. That fixes our attention it arouses Lis and unless we be vory weak indeed awakens something of resistance. But in the other Case tho mind is not stimulated itis recep Tiv not Active and we Muse and feel vacantly in the thought of something gone. You Are let us suppose a country Parson you take your wife and children Over to your railway station and you see them away to thes Easido whither not to fellow for a fortnight then you come Back from Trio railway station and you reach Home. The House a is quite changed. Tiow Start singly quiet it is you go to the Nursery usually a noisy place you feel the silence. Thore Are the pictures on the Walls there the Little chairs Thore is some Flowers still quite Frosli lying upon a table Laid Down by Little hands. Gon othere so nothing sad in it even with the certainty of soon meeting again that is so far As Thore is certainty in this world. You can imagine distantly what it would be if the Little things , riot to return. That is the gone cons�mate., All who Havo heard it know the Quot =Uridutl�Uioo�Ditcl-0f-htl3-- or Witolt i of a tia Highland Emigrant leaving his native Hills. You would not laugh at the bagpipes if you heard their wild wailing tones bending with broken voices joining in that a a Mae rim monks lament a Elioso perpetual refrain is just the statement of that cons mate Gono. I shall not write the gaelic words because you could not pronounce them but tho refrain is this a two return we return no More a yes gone for Ever and All to make l Ozni for Deer Thero was a Man Whoso Little Hoy died. The father bore up wonderfully. But on the funeral Day alter the Little child was Laid Down to his Long rest the father went out to walk in the Garden. There in a Corner was tho Small a wheelbarrow with its wooden Spade Aud the footprints in the Earth left by the Little feet that were gone you do riot think the less of the Strong Man that at the sight lie wept aloud wept As some Ohio else had wept before him. L Oti May remember that Little poem of Long Ello is in which Llo tells of a Mau still Young who Onee had a wife and child but wife and child were dead there is no pathos like that of. Homely fact which May witness every Day. They were gone and after those years in their company he was left alone. He walked about the. World with no one to Caro for Hull now As they had cared. A the life with Thorn would a dream even if it had lasted for years. And All tho Sadr that so much of life might yet have to i do not mind about ail ,.iu his solitary room. I think of the kind hearted Man sitting in the evening in his chair by to fireside Osiee when he sat Down there Little pattering feet were about him and their Little owners climbed upon his knee now to May sit Long enough and no one will interrupt him. He May read his newspaper in i disturbed. Lie May write Liis Sermon and no sly Knock come to the door no Little dog walk in with Mutoli harking quite unlike1 that of Toni Ripon dog-1, and a in la for a .lh-.nny. 1301161 t remember orig ago Reading a Poon called the a a scottish widow s lament a written by some nameless i lie widow had a. Husband and two Little children but one Bleak Widitor they All went together. I a talc i philos to spin a. Bat wee Vico pattering Feefe a 1 coins running out and in a and Licu a a just a Nauru Gre it i. A a. I Kon its ii icy a. Ltd and faster flows to tear a a. That my a divined a.wa�?T, a. Sin thou fax of tho year. A a. You have said Good Bye to a dear Friend who has stayed a few Days with you arid whom you will not see again for Long and you have for a while Felt tho House very Blank without him. Did you Ever think How the House would Serin without yourself have you fancied yourself Gono and the place Blank of that figure you know when i am gone let us not Bay these words unless seriously they express what is to each of us the most serious of All facts. Tho a May Queen has few lines which touch me More than these for lying Broad awake i Thuu Glit of you and Effie dear. A i saw you sitting in tho House and i 110 longer Here. Lord Macaulay a few years before to died had something presented to him at a Groat Public meeting in Scotland something which pleased him Micieli. A a i shall treasure it who said a a As Long As i live and alter i am a there the great Many a Vico , and the sent Neo remained unfinished. Yet the thought at which Macaulay Broko Down May touch Many a lesser Man Muro. For whoa we Are gone my friends we May leave behind us those who cannot Well spare us. It is not for ones own Sake that thoth Home life of a woman. Quot a woman s work is never done a said mrs. Brown As Sho brought a chair from the rank file against the Wall Rind offered it to her neighbor birr. Jones. Iii performing this hospitable notion mrs. Brawn called the ghost of a smile to her face arid in the care worn features could be seen signs of Beauty and sweetness that time and trouble were Sto Alrig from her. She resumed her beat and Whilo rocking the Cradle we re by proceeded to pare Quarter and Core the apples in tho pan beside her while Sho discoursed in this Wise to the Strong lion try looking Armor who sat opposite. A no John Isnit in or. Jones. Lie s gone to tho Village to hear about secession something or other. I Oano to jeep track of it in in so hurried and tired. with Fortune arid wearied with disaster a As my Mother used to v. A a you Nisan to say you it my to any patriotism done Tearo rascally fire eaters do anyhow i suppose Little Odds to you whether major Anderson holds out or or. ==i3icid=5aia ii air Uttz i Hrej Cymru atm xxx Way burial and burial place of Prince Albert. We take the following interesting details from Lato English papers relating to the burial of Prince Alberto a remains in st. Georges Chapel a Windsor a a the opening sentences of tho burial service having been Sung by the choir and Martin Luther a hymn having also been Sung with great effect tho Corpse was lowered into the Royal vault and the very Rev. Tho Dean read the remainder of the service. Garter King of arms having proclaimed the style of his late. Royal highness the procession moved out of the Chapel or. Elvy who presided at the Organ playing �?~1 the dead March a in a a the Globe . A the service was Ery grand and impressive. Lord Palmerston and the Duke of Cambridge were not present. The Prince of Wales bore the ceremony with great fortitude whilst Princo Arthur cried and sobbed bitterly. The Prince of Prussia was also much t at five minutes to one the coffin was lowered into the vault amid tho deep and 6ilont correspond onco of tho correspondence Camp pierpon�.�?T-ya., Fob. 10,1862. It company ii. 1st Reg p. E. A corps. Friend Bratton being at Leisure i thought i would pen a few lines for your paper which i receive once a week. I assure you it is an Ever a Alcomo visitor. I propose to give you a Brief sketch of Trio duties and life of a Soldier in this so called a a sacred soil a of Virginia. I for my part think it not worthy the title of a a sacred soil a As it is tho most Godforsaken country Over mortal Man cast an Eye upon. To have nothing hut rain Snow and mud tho roads have become almost impassible and no Prospect of a change soon. To have not been Able to Drill any for some time on a count of tho mud hut guard and picket duties must be performed without regard to weather. It became our lot to go on picket on tho 30th ult., and it was almost an impose lckctjiiie3,Las Trio Gono so linked with ones own name touches so much. To have had enough of this world before very Long and As Uncle Tom expressed it a a heaven is hotter than but we can think of some for Whoso Sake we May wish to put off our going As Long As May to. A your minister a said a scotch rustic. A a Aye preaches about go Iii to lieu Veu hut lies la never go to heaven As Long As lie Cun get Stop Pius at drumsleokio.�?�. No doubt that. Fit of Toothache May be Gono or that unwelcome guest who stayed with Yuu three weeks whether Yuu would or not As Woll As the thing or the Friend you most value. And there is the auctioneers going going As Well As this july Sun going Down in glory. But i defy you to Vul Arize the word. The water which makes the Atlantic will always to a Sublime sight though you May Havo a Little of it in a dirty puddle. And though the stupid who comes when you Are Buby and wastes your time May Tell you when you happily get rid of him that he will often come Hack again to see you ignorant. That you instantly direct your servant never to admit him More oven that cannot detract from tho Beauty of or. Tennyson s Linos in which tho dying girl is Sho is going tolls her Mother that after she is Gono Sho will if it May be often Como Back a if i can ill Como again Mother from out my rest Ting Ali you la not Soo Roo Mother i Shull look Una a your Faco though Miqu Pijot spout a word 1 shall Hoard in what you say Aud to often often with you when you think i m a far away. A Harp fever and a Tough emphatic Friend of ours in describing an attack of fever said the cold stage was so violent As to Shako off tho plastering of the room a the hot stage so intense that the laths took fire and he should certainly have perished in the flames bad not tho profuse perspiration which followed extinguished tho Tiro and saved himself Aud the Hoube from entire destruction. A Oyla Dios who Havo a disposition to punish their husbands should recollect that a Little warm suns Iino will Molt an Iemole much sooner than a regular North easter. Now look Here i Nighbor a and into sirs. Browne Spalo Cheek a feint Crimson crept and wavered uncertainly then a stationed itself in the accustomed place. A look Here neighbor you know that Hon of our a that speckled one that a so famous for a raising chickens a you know How she worries about pm find clubs arid scratches and watches for Mem and gets poor and fretted Liko nothing at lust but a bundle of Bones arid feathers but the chickens conto through All rights fat arid plump and Bright eyed. Quot. Yon know old fuss a that so he name John gave Here Nevor minds what Slio cats or Liow heavy the rain posts Down upon her and Isnit afraid of any thing for the chickens Sake. Well somehow i think i am like the Pori Vold hen.�?�. Mrs. Brown dropped the knife and Bent Over the Cradle a moment Farmer Jones did no to notice the Tara that fell upon the baby Scheek. A. A you 1 to neighbor a in it woman went on a when Iny heart and hand wore full of thoughts and work for John aril the children a of How i can Imago to Suvo Here and gei hiring without this and Mike that inst beyond All reason i done to have much time loft to think about these polities or anything beyond this room we live in. But i used to have thoughts outside of ibis about the countries away Over the sen a and tho woman eyes had a far off Rigour Rio al look in a in geography i remember How i liked to learn about pm and thou i thought. May to id see All those Beautiful tilings some Day you know girls Havo then fancies. But i to Given All that up. A easy to go a word gathering a when i see Bubs toes coming out of his stockings arid Johns Mittons needing a Patch. In a afraid you men done tomake hardly allowance enough for us. not so Strong As you Anil then our work is different. You Are j 11 and . In i is red do Quot a a a have Miheli change. By i. Go to Market and haul Wood and Straw and meet your neighbors a pleasant word , Hilt Ive Soo the same thing Day after Day and got lonesome sometimes and wonder Why to were put into Sueh kind of lives is a then its trying to nerves the kind of wort she has to to. Liko blowing Anil sowing arid driving horses. That a heavy work to he sure but upon you re Strong to do l. But we have particular care Ful work. Now there is bread making you done to know How much worry Thero is about it. You must take so much into tho recount Trio kind of flour the kind of Wood you have to make your fire the yeast Rill these Are changing and you must make allowances for this. You must lot tho bread Rise just so fix the dumpers just right arid handle it so careful a try or. 1 a a told me that its like managing chemicals Anil to men that told to work with chemicals were the most pervious kind because they were always so. Full of thoughts and care. Then there a preserves and pickles ail cities and Coffee. You done to know anything about the care and trouble it i i to get them up so Nice Whon you sit Down to eat the Light Crisp pastry and drink the Coffee creamed to the color that suits you. You done to know How tiresome it is to feel so much care always on you nor How much Pari Eneo and watching it takes before a Turkey to roast is a Dorio to a or. Jones looked steadily at his neighbor Whilo she talked. She paused a Momont to replenish tho Firo. Lie sat in a kind of Lri Rize without off Orang her any assistance. Finding he did not speak she continued _ a and so you Soe with nil these things i done to think much about what a Goins on outside that you talk about though i often wish . And 1 think somehow. In a like our old Lien i spoke of for i done to mind much about myself. I Soo that in a getting to stoop More every year and Thero lire Gray hairs on my temples though in a not thirty yet. Tho wrinkles Are so Plain ton on my forehead. In a sorry John thought i was Protty years ago. I to Moulier How straight and slim i used to he had Nice Brown hair and red Cheeks. Dear me 1 there Inion a to been a bit of color in them for years. John is always Good and kind but to done to know How worried i get most Overy Lav and when i speak Short and fretful sometimes lie looks surprised and says a Aylma Mary is it you speaking in such a voice As that a a or Jones looked up in a wondering sort of Way. A Why i never thought of this before a lie said. A i thought woman work Wasny to much any Way. Buti see you re right according to your strength you have the hardest time. Lve work lined then As you say won re stronger and have More variety then at evening to Rost. In a glad you spoke so mrs. Brown. Ill 1 3 More Eon Sideratos toward the woman. Id advisor you to keep a hired girl Only they re such Cross vexing a no a done to think so a mrs. Brown replied. Hired girls Are abused too. They have tho Samo troubles that i Havo almost. No wonder they complain sometimes who have cause always we ought to to sorry for them and remember their troubles. And then John can to afford to Koop a girl i let him. No there a no Way for me but to Koop working Anil worrying till i can to do any More and then Lay me away where it is quiet and i shall Rost. But and her eyes grew Bright a my children Gill grow up tall and Strong and if life goes to nourish Thoirs i suppose it Ball the same. And Yot i sometimes wish my life had Beon a brighter j a a rough hand fell on tho woman s head but its touch was gentle As her Mother s might have been a firm Manly voice said a your life shall be a Bright one Mary. God help to make it Sho turned quickly exclaiming in her sad Swoot voice a John John in Assy in what Over Simpo Ovil comes to Aro with Hamlet a a take any shape but that 1�?� la Lud Llull u1 ail Jiniv Ovidiu d. Fired during tho whole of the ceremony which concluded at ten minutes after one. Tho following is from the express a a the chief Mourner tho Prince of Wales and Prince Arthur the sons tho Princo of Prussia the son in Law of the deceased Prinzo were tho objects of sym Pithy to All. They wont through thou trying scene with As Muco composure and Resolution As was possible Rin. Der Trio circumstances i hut neither rank a or pomp gives any exemption from tho sorrows that attend upon tho bursting asunder of the sweetest and tenderest of human ties and this feeling was quite Manifest As the remains of tho late Princo were lowered into the Royal the Duke of Saxe John re Lias left for of in inc. His feelings of grief during the ceremony were most intense and tho Prince of Ilessa Way also deeply affected. Tho Prince if Whites remains at Windsor. Trio Duchesse of Sutherland Bocc Lucli and a Ellington the March orc �?~8 of Ely and countess Desart witnessed the . From one of the galleries. The most remarks ble features of tho proceedings Wero their sex Tocmo simplicity and the entire absence of pomp or display within the Chiapel. A with scarcely an exception tho mourners were dressed in Black and White cravats. The procession was picturesque. Only two or three Hundred privileged persons were admitted within the Castle Walls scarcely one thousands persons assembled outside. Prince Arthur was dressed in Highland costume a and his. Tears and sobs excited the mud was from ten to Twenty inches deep and still raining. So there is no telling what depth it May attain. Our men Aro All Well and in tho Host of spirits and Only waiting for the Ordor to Advance. A we All place the utmost in Gen. Mccule Ixon. If thai few rampant abolitionists in Congress were sunk to the Bottom of the Potoniak i think it would be a god Send to our country As their whole Thomo appears to lie the a a everlasting to did not Volunteer to Fig lit for or against slavery but for the Constitution Trio stars and stripes. We Lind quite an exciting Timo it. Few Days since. It Liras caused by it sword presentation to our worthy col., r. Bible. Ouei is by the non commissioned officers and privates of our regiment. Col. Roberts gave us quite a treat by the Way of a speech which lie is always Able and willing to do and is highly esteemed by Bis Rog Mont. A a yours amp a. Human men Seldom think of the great of vent of Loath until tho full across their own path hiding forever from their Oyes the traces of loved ones smiles Quot were the sunlight of their oxi str ence. Death is the great font agonist of life and the cold thought of the Tomb is tho Skol we do not want the go greatest sympathy., a when All was Over and the inst of 110 Long lingering train of mourners had departed the attendants descended the Entrance to tho. Grave with lights and moved the Bier l a coffin along the narrow passage which la d. To the Entrance to tho Royal vault. At to Roth Tom of their nip Dolfl. Which the Bier was lowered is a Stone passage about six loot Broad and or nine feet High the right in a Little Niche stands the very simple machinery used fur lowering the Biers and a Little beyond this in another Niche a Row of very tall Black gaunt looking two named wooden candelabra employed for torches who ii tie Royal vault itself is opened. Lor some. Twelve or fifteen feet beyond this tho passage continues descend in and turning a Little to the loft till further ingress is Cut Oft a by two Plain Rusty wide barred Iron Gates. Liis is the Entrance to tho Royal vault. It is difficult without Strong lights to. Pis Reo the intense gloom which always envelopes this Hist resting place of Royalty and even when its sombre contents , Thero is after All hut Little see a. It id. A very Plain wide lofty Stone vault with a groomed roof springing from Stone columns. either Side supported by these columns Are four tiers of Marble shelves in the Centre Aro three very wide and massive slabs of Marble raised feet from the Gro ind. Iho Side shelves Are destined for tho members of the Royal family the Centre Marble Biers for the coffins of Inona chs Only. # # a As Trio Light slow 7 penetrates this dismal chamber two purple coffins looking almost Black in the gloom can to distinctly seen at the farthest end brightly reflecting Back the rays of Light As the beams fall upon their richly gilded ornaments which Shine As though affixed but yesterday. Those Aro the coffins of George Iii. And Jyneen Charlotte. Above , but out shining warmly with a Bright Crimson glow Are tho coffins of three of their children who died Young. At their feet but som distance apart and Quito Lono lies the gorgeous coffin of George in. the Centre slab and nearest to the Gates Yio. Coffins of William in and Queen Adelaide rest Side by Side the Queen being 011 tho left. The Light distinctly shows these coffins and the velvet is As soft and Rich and the gilded plates and Handlos As Bright As on the Day Ivhon they wore first Laid there Many years ago. Not even dust seems to Havo soiled their funeral grandeur and except a few stray hits of gravel on and around the Centro plates where tho Earth was thrown at that Suloman passage which commits tho body to the ground and tells How to Are All alike before tho sight of god Thoro is nothing to show that All the not been carefully watched and bonded since tho Day of their into Mont it # there arc no coffins on the right Side of the vault but on tho left Are those of tho Duke of York the Duke of Gloucester the Duke of Cut and the Duke of Cambridge. Strangely enough the coffin nearest to the Gate is that of the Princess of Walcot it it is a Crimson coffin close in View and like tho Vest As Bright As that which alas has been so lately Laid Thoro along tho passage to have described tho Bier of tho late Prince was wheeled till the foot of tho coffin was at the Gates of the Royal vault. There it remains though it was not loft to tho gloom of its dark and narrow Home till some dear memorials of love and fond regret from tie bereaved Queen and children whom to 1ms so untimely left wore deposited by Kindred hands upon to coffin. monday a Queens brought from Asborno to Windsor three Hittle wreaths and a Boquet. Hiey�11 Quot a simple olm plets of Moss and Voots n the a White Jamel in in the Centre was sent by tho Oton of Rill feasts through the dark Valley although its passage May Lead to paradiso and with Charles Lamb to do riot want to lie Down in the Liuddy a grave Evon with Kings arid or noes for our i Bod Follo cd. Bat tho fit of nature is in Xor Able. There is no Appeal from tho great Law which dooms us to dust. We flourish and we fade As the loaves of and the flow. Ers Ilia Bloom and withal in a Day Linvs not a frailer Hope upon life than the mightiest Monarch that Ever Shook the Earth with his footsteps. Generations of men appear and vanish us tho grass and the countless Nult tudo which fills the world to Day will to Morrow disappear As the footsteps on tho a not gentleman whose House was repairing went Ono Day. To see How the Job was getting on and observing a or Anibor of nails lying about said to thai Carpenter Eric played on the work a Why done to you take care of these nails ? of certainly to a a no a replied tho Carpenter a a you la find them in the a a i done to miss my Church is much As you May suppose a said a lady to her minister who called on Hor during her illness a a for i a make Betsy sit at the window As soon is the Bells begin to chime and she tells Ino who Are going to Church and whether they love got anything new 011.�?�. A 0an Odd sort of a i Genius having stepped into a Mill was looking with apparent astonishment at the move onto tho Fla Shine when the Miller thinking to quiz him asked if he had Hoard tho news. A a notes i know on what is it a a Why a replied the Miller Quot they say the Devil is dead.�?�. A a by says Jonathan is to i to tends tho Mill to a pair of stockings sent by the ladles con Mittoo for tho use of some Gallant Volunteer was accompanied by following verse Drevo Senh a 011 your holy Lieut May Lliso. Blu blacking warm your foot. A nil when from War Aud Eai ups you part May some fair Knitter warm your heart. Cd As i was going said an irishman a Over the Bridges tho other Day i met Pat Lewings says i a Tiow Are you a a pretty Well i thank you Dolly says lie says 1, a that a not my name a Faith no Moro is mine Lewings a says Hof so to looked at each other Rind Faith it turned out to to neither of us 1 a from �o10 . Post gifts to the government from Siam and a ,. Washington january 26. 1852, a upon the occasion of tie ratification of the a late treaty with the King of Siam his maj to forwarded to the government of the United states the following presenta which arrived lust week 5 a Genuino Damn Bous bladed sword mounted in solid Gold and Exquio Stively wrought with Trio order of the Tower arid the elephant the siamese coat of arms. The scabbard is a also of Gold is Are thebe Oklys and fastenings a rarely and curiously chased. Two enormous elephant tusks. Two letters upon guilt Pipor enclosed in band Lwood boxes on looped in Golden brocade brigs expressing Royal Good will is truly Oriental style to Trio president and people of tho United states. With tho foregoing present came a shabby Daguerreotype of Siam seated with All the trappings of Barbaric Royalty in the Way of Gold and jewels and holding his m ,. Fnnt�?T�?T8on and heir apparent in his Lap. The. Princo wears m. Look of sulky discontent Inq afr upon he of Turiy n Eria a tip Capri Hoamg Crown the Emblem of his future Power taken All in All the picture is a most interest. Ing specimen of Trio slow Progress of Art in a Trio East and ought to be. Engraved to Proi Berye its unique characteristics a japanese presents five wagons loads of japanese pros Crit reached tie White House a Fow Days before the gifts trom Siam. Among the collect in is a punch bowl three inches thick of Fine a enamelled Blue porcelain covered with White storks in Relief and also ornamented with branches of snowy Almond flow firs to following gifts wore also sent. I to Gigantic glue and Whito vases for holding. Orange Trees four Oblong of the Samo color and enormous proportions for flow Ririe plants two great candlesticks of. Lilit Blu porcelain some five feet High with. Golden sockets denier Italy Niche squad in flowing figures two Pagoda open worked vases of porcelain surmounted by Caps of lacquer Anil porcelain most curiously wrought for perfume and Flowers one lacquer howl of great size adorned with peacocks in gut a Complete tji nor set of porcelain Coy ored with figures and scrolls writ. Tori Trio proverbs of the Wise spiritual emperors of Japan w l0 have Roig nod in cent nos past j. Two delicate antique bowls of porcelain with lacquer stands covered with a coat of arms of reigning princes. Tw0 Bronze vases sculptured with tho Tortoise and the dragon in bold Relief and gorgeously gilded Ogeth or with blocks of the finest Crystal from the sacred Mountain fun Alyamma. A Complete suit of Armor worthy ii Knight Days of Richard goer de lion with scores of pieces of brocade. Silk and drapery of every variety of texture and pattern make up this truly Imperial present from tho tycoon. A letter sent in a yellow silk bag contains Alist of the articles and assurances of tie continued re Gard of that exalted official. It is hoped that the people will soon have an Opportunity of viewing Ali sri splendid Artillas at the Patent office whore the valuable a Washington relics lately discovered at Arlington House Havo keen admirably arranged by Caleb Lyon and daily attracts hundreds of visitors. If to except the Autographic me More Ais of Washington these household trea sures from tho most Complete and Ipi Pressia collection extant. They Are very properly exposed in a separate Case placed Iii u Pron in Noria position Noar to tho pan arid Rivord of Washington. Act. A of a if you Purchase friends by. Gifts you will lose them when you cease to give. A ut7�?� or. Franklin used to say that Rich widows Are the Only piece of second hand goods that sell it prime Cost. Dc7 Wordsworth cautions a studious Friend against a growing double a but think it is tho Host thing a Nice Young own can do. A figy Trio first of nil virtue is innocence tho second is modesty arid Departo without being quickly followed by tho other of there Are Groat men enough to incite us to aim at True greatness but not enough to Mako us fancy that god could not execute his purposes without them by married life often begins with Zoei Wood Nuil ends with Pine think of that my dear before you furnish your Parlours. A ils Ruml s mercies Are like a Large Chain Overy link leads to another present in erics assure you of future ones. A fsr a what is tho difference Between John Ileona and a Man with a cold in his head ? Beoni Iso the Ono blows his nose and the other knows his blows. Widowed Queen. these last tributes from his widow and orphan daughters Wero Laid upon the coffin and tho what a Western editor it this office a bulldog of any color of opt pumpkin and milk of respectable size snub Noso cropped cars Ahro voted continuation and had disposition a who can come Whon called with a raw be Onstenk and will bite Trio Man who spits Tob Neco Juneo on tho stove and steals Trio ooh anger. £7 my dear lady your daughter is love Lye a Poroo Little a and Pray sir what am i a a ooh you Are the Mother of Pearl a Esylit is related of the great artist of Oussie. That being shown a picture by a person of rank he remarked a a you Only want a Little poverty sir to make Yon a Good a cry a pleasant cheerful Wile is a Rainbow set in the sky when her husbands ii jul is tossed wit i storms Anil tempests. Tho old adage a a that you should not count your Chickos before they Aro hatched has been rendered by a professor of etiquette Quot tho producers of poultry should postpone tie census of to Weir juvenile fowl until the period of incubation is fully accomplished. Nay Xii Spain nerds do not pay hyperbolic al compliments but one of their writers speaking of a lady s Black Oyes says a a Uliey Woro in Lou Rug for tie i murders Thoy bad committed or it up those Only deserve a Ilion finont Whoso Virtues and Norfo deeds Havo been so in incr Shably engraved upon tie to Muriel of Theip fellow men is not to require one Cha clergy Man consoling a Young widow on the Doft tii of her husband remarked that Sho could not find his equal. A a ill bet i will a to worked the sobbing fair one. when some people Moke a great Deal of you you May he sure they mean to make a Deal out of you. A proof have to that Noah Ravi gated an american River ? because he tie Ark in draw Arkansas Fig Quot if All our i Mats or Little tricks our pretty to zoning our in poop moods with truth Anil Justice could lie sent upon us in Trio blankets All embodied inflows How Many of us with Viliy skins would got up spotted Scarlet. 1 1 0cf nothing is nobler than the aristocracy instituted by god few things Aro poorer than that set up by men. A a the Monument of the greatest should he Hutanu stand Nannie. I tho name ? Cicutto illustrate the bust lot both polish. A kind hearted wife once on a physician to request him to proscribe for her Inis bands a eyes which woo sore a a let him Wash them every morning with Brandy a said tho doctor. A Fow weeks after the doctor chanced to moot tho wife. A Well has your husband followed Iny advice a a the Hrie Dono everything in his Power to , doctor hut to never could got to Brandy higher than his mouth.�?�. Oct an Irish Nan at work on a Stone Wall caught a spotted animal which to Touk to be Somo Leigh born a Kitten hut dropping Hor almost instantly he a lapped both his hands to his nose and exclaimed a slowly Mother 1 what has Sho been waiting a Tor and is Thoro much water in tho Cistern Biddy a inquired a gentleman of his servant girl As she Camo up from the Kitchen. A it is full on the Bottom sir hut Thorou a none at All on tho top a was tho reply. Tiff a or. Glenn has started a now paper in Iowa. He says to Hopes by hard scratching to Mako a living for Liim Solf and his Little chickens. Quot Jay a a Mother the Rind of the world is coming a a a Flint Makos you think so child Quot a cos them Tro sors what you said us never Wear out has a to ring big Hole in by a Man May Tuff or without sinning but a Man cannot sin without buffering. J a Thoro is Moro evil in a drop of Corr up a in Tymn Thoro is in a son of affliction a

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