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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - February 26, 1852, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaYol. 38. Toet Tcath. A v by mrs. Nicholas. Who lived All the number of the years Tad they Torero three a Core and ten1�?T.a old Man iat by the the Spring wat drawing near. And the Coree of the dead old Winter ,. Lad gone to the Tomb of the year i twin sunlight soft end unclouded i streamed in Over the Oaken floor ,. And fretted with sold tie dark panne is quaintly carved in the ancient door. The hand of the Oldman trembled i Hie Beard a amp a frosted and thin and chill As the heart or december was the heart that waa tolling within like embers hair quenched and dying a a on a desolate Hearth at night a burned the ashes of life in his bosom a 1 a a be sat in the Spring s Clear Light. Lie looked in the Young buds swelling. And a tear Over his wrinkles strayed a lie thought of the wife or Hie bosom who slept in the Valley s Green shale he thought How Hie Steps had tailored. Midway on the Lourney of life a. And How on death s bosom he rested when weary and worn with strife. The of tons of his innocent children a Bhe nightly had folded in Proyor and Laid on the soft Lap of slumber. A with tender and Mot Lyerly Core. Rose up in Tho old Many a vision he saw that one tired and slept a like a Lamb Hatlie Side of its Mother. Whore a Willow leaned Over and wept a a one son had wandered from virtue. The father in spirit had yearned to Grant him forgiveness and the prodigal never returned another had wedded with mammon. And worshipped the Prince of this world a and one Catli the Cross Hail enlisted. And fought whore its Banner unfurled. A daughter the fairest and Dearest. In loveliness walked by ills Side nor envied the lot of her Sisters. in Beauty Anil Pride. Her Volvo was his hearts Sweet not music when from the Blest volume she read a that brightens the Valley of Shadow. And smooths Down the path to the dead. For All his sorrow for All his misgivings Anil grief for the night of his doubting and darkness he found in us pages reliefs. His Litt had been Check ered with sadness and As it Drew near to its close he longed for that Homo of Hie worry the land of immortal Reposo i the old Man sat by the window As the Sun dropped Low in the sky ills spirit with silent rejoicing. A went up to its mansions on Green Hillock in summer a received the Rapi sin of Dew. And Down in the dust of the Valley he reste by Tho tender and True. A a Oes upon Ali Ionthe solution waa founded Scro not der an insight sufficiently Strong a to constitute evidence the prisoner did not fire Tho shot and was at the Fuir of to when Iho assassination took place. There is Little or no reason to doubt that he got Hia brother from Tho London morning chronicle. To Bianca in Bali Lippi the Lato Basil Montagu q. C., whose death. At to commit the deed Asho know from circumstances. Of ship two is Havo he himself. Would be .u.peoted. Hie .1-. A resembled him end to make the he a a c0 no ibo a incr in Beer ploy and we. Of greater they changed clothe., the wearing. Practitioner in Auch for Many he Ordinary Garm Opla of he other with he appear. Hoarded a a a a a in Orao a a 0f the bankrupt Anco of which or. Muel have been Homo what it. Go a to a icon Hoard of a 0r late Yonata that Many of Hia quondam Fronde Laboured under the a a -.�?11- a a a a Jpn Regalon that to had Long ago discharged the debt Molony a poured Hie own safety by. Very marked of p Al ire u a Al not jn0, that ii i die Alibi the Keg care that the it should be Ofa a cd Lawyor w0, ltl0 Courtl Eon or John fourth that Claro and Cli Arvelor who could not be of unpeeled Sindvic b Mia Margaret Roay u Cele or collusion. In foot an act m once More ouello and a rated Beauly of Day. The melancholy fete of Eye Gulnare could not to comm ipod. ? d the Deo poet Public into eat at Hie with the Moat deadly hate and Cool m Tho whole affair Haa bean dually aty cd one Ness. Tie authorities were morally conv snood of this being Tho Case yet they would not with Tho dying declaration of Tho murdered Man As to the a den Lily of the prisoner who was acquitted Lako any effectual Steps to vindicate Justice. But heaven s Justice vindicated itself in an awful Way. The actual Assassin quilted Tho country but his instigator and brother remained blood marked How yer in Tho belief of Tho people. Iio however appeared to be in no. Woys oppressed with a secret consciousness of Liis guilt. He wont about his Busi Ness As usual and so matters wont on until the fair of to Camo round once Moron the anniversary of Tysl when or. Was. Shot. Malony attended this As others but did not return to his House until to night was far advanced and then in such in awful Stato that his family Wero terrified at his appear Anoe. His Faco was lived and swollen and he seamed in a raging fever. In answer to Ali or first questions he declared Ullh hideous fright in every feature that lie had been met by or. A Tho murdered Man drawn to the spot by Tho Road where Tho Trees Woro thickest and there beaten by Tho angry spirit until a was Alt bul insensible lie was placed in Liis bed High state of fever his body swelled and to continued delirious raving about or. Cos. Ghost until death from further suffering. Cool men attributed the phenomenon to of Over settling on a guilty mind end possibly that to might have been met while in liquor by Somo one on his was Home and that Hia own Fra a invested Tho assailant with Tho form of a Man Whoso death he had of Tho most romantic and extraordinary Lovo tales Ever recorded so much so that it has often struck us with astonishment that in those novel manufacturing and ready Reading Days none of Tho novelists who Cater so strangely at limes for the Public Tasto have a not sized upon Tho amnio materials this Caso affords As Tho ground work for a Book of lasting and i Tonso interest. Miss a Sugarol Roay the Mother of lilo late or. Basil Montagu waa the daughter of a stay maker in Convent Garden and served her apprenticeship to a Mantua maker in Georgos court st. Juhno a Lane clo Kronwell. Having during her apprenticeship Al tractor the Atto lion of lord Sandwich lie took her under Hia Protection and treated her from that period until her melancholy assassination with the greatest tenderness and affection which was sincerely returned by miss Roay until her introduction by Liis lordship Toa Young Ensign of Tho g8lh regiment then in command of a recruiting party at Huntingdon in Tho neighbourhood of Hinchin Brook Tho splendid mansion of the Noble House of Montagu. Or. James Hackman the wretched but highly gifted hero of this sad narrative fell desperately in Lovo with the mistress of his Nobilo Host and impassion increased with the daily opportunities afforded him by Tojo invitations to recon cd to Liis lordship s Tabic. With Tho object of continuing his assiduous attentions o this hey and the Hopo of ultimately engaging her affections to quite Tho army and inking holy orders obtained the living of win Carton in Norfolk Only a Fow months prior to . Tho commission of that crime which brought him to i 11.�. th.1 i. Roy had Given on. Encompassed. My loot they or. . Urner. Non incur i court Gomel to Iii. Hoy , cannot to denied heed., however end old heaven Hadla. ,1 la by for of Ioir Zorro Indence clearly prove it Humen Law. Failed of vindicating eternal , a Crati Udo tow.rd8 the Eer a and prod Emial to. Tho Mailer however waa never lives welfare of her children induced my narrative from a party in the neighbourhood who knew the facts As i Havo stated and to related them to me. Barbarous and diabolical ceremonies of la it Anim. A Craft in Ireland. A very singular circumstance. The following singular statement was made to the narrator when in Ireland not Long since by Ope upon whose authority to can place Tho utmost Reliance. He does not pretend to account for it. 1 a circumstances arc however at far As related strictly Irmo. Some three or four years ago the Reader May recoiled seeing in the papers an account or Hie Asama sin Alion of a or. Car a magi Stralo of Clare and a Man of Large Fortune. It was m summer that or. A waa returning on an Oul aide Jau Oling car from the sessions at a place Eal cd Tulla end was within a bout two mile of the town of Ennis Whon a Man raised himself Over the Wall of a gentleman s Demente and fired with a double barrelled gun on or. C., As he drove by wounding him in Tho Arm. Or. turned found recognized the Man who to make a ure levelled Tho gun again and fired on him a second time mortally wounding him in Tho Boydjr. The Driver polled the Bone up and or. Wont into the House and informed Tho owner that to was shot Imd that a Mati named Malony a tenant of Ilia or. O a hot him. The police end, with surgeons were soon on Tho spot. Tho medical men pronounced the ease hopeless. Or. Knew it was to and met his fete with singular fortitude. So quickly however did Tho authorities act that itt a Lew hours after the event and before or. Died Tho police entered the parlor on Tho sofa of which to was lying having in their Cua Lody the alleged aaa Assin. The wounded Gen Loman raised himself by an Effort and deliberately and distinctly identified him. A that a Tho Man said he. A a it was you Malony who shot a god forgive you or. a said Tho Man firmly. Quot Thea is not the final Timo you have tried to injury me. It waa not i who allot Quot on the word and. Faith of a dying Man it was emphatically repeated . Ills depositions Wero therefore taken and Malony was committed for trial. The clearness of to identification teamed to corroboration but there were circumstance that Fri other confirmed it. Malony believed himself badly treated by or. C., in Tome fund and hid Boon to . Ii a. Known to boat follow or Little truth and or. It. Not for much indulgence. Tho then doomed a Low. A a a when it it. Tried .1 i. Tho Ovido Noo for Tho Proee Button and Tho of Tho a plug to a when the. . Witnov. To Provo a a a a a of .11 the Moet Mode of a Ved Rig join Lon employed by Tho Oitim i. Tho mo.1 frequently Rico Rcd to lilo . A Quot Hod to prove it being their own Friend. In thin , however Tho court woo Oler Llyd by he Orang Tho a "o0 of two of Iho moot Migio Liolio of Tho country called. A. Jim a ascended the table and took Bla seat on the chair which in Iho Irish courts is usually placed for Trio witness earn this conspicuous place. A or. Mashed the prisoner s counsel Quot do you know Tho prisoner at Tho bar 1�?�. a a do you recollect seeing him on the first Day 01. The sessions of a this was the Day of which or. Was shot _ a a Yuho Oom. To Moott two. Eight Milf from Tho Plooy where the occur. And and Opolko to a at whet Limo woo that i Quot a a at Holf Pool till. To. Of neatly to poo a ibo Tho Hoot Whon the fool Olio to. Bred. A a How do Yon know it to. Elliot hour Quot he asked me what look it was. I told him. Heap passed to forget returned in about a a Louie to ached Hia hit Aud asked me Egan and i took out my Walsh and told him. A do you know the prisoners Bro Liori. It a a you of old not Bave mistaken Bis brother for him a a no i am quo Cloar on that Point. I would not be mistaken for i spoke to Tho pro Toner about the a Tho Oon Nool for Tho Crown of oked sumo nuo Tolono hot the Wlton on Tho Point would not to or. M woo a Cloar headed Clover mom a Ina Giorato or High could Hava no object in awol Loring tha pro Honor. Or. D., another Maglo Trato waa neat of ?11 h waa nearly the a Amo a that of his brother Ina la. Troto a few Nln too. It moot Hoy. Boon Ollor Iho pro Toner loft or. My who Pokolo him iter a it Quot do liked him what of look 11 , no Tho Noo. Moking Oono . In Tho for. To remit waa the Alil waa completely proved end in the Ftp. Of the Ofloinn dying ofor. Tho or Leonor woo Ocque Llod. Ill loll tha Dock for Freedom when Avor body a would Homo Art it for the Gollotto. Soon Eft or Molony o Roll for Lor Tho country 1 but Molony he Woolf Romo nod the Tho following is an extract from m. Hub s Quot triv. Els in tartary Tibet and China a lately published in Paris it is painfully interesting s Oil Tho gift conch Day of Tho new Moon we Camo upon numerous caravans following Liko our solves the direction from cast to West. The Rood was filled with men women and children Riding on can ids or Oxon. They were All repairing they said to. Tic Lam Asery of race Schurin. When they hat asked whether our journey had object they were surprised at receiving an answer in Tho Elioso numerous pilgrims Tho astonishment they showed upon hearing that to were not going to Iho Lam Asery of Rachic Schurin excited our curio Aily. At the turn of a defile to overtook an old Lama who Laden cd with Aho avy pack seemed to Mako his Way with great labor and pain. Brother said we you Are old your Black hairs Aro not to numerous As Tho Grey. Doubtless your fatigue must to extreme. Place your Burden upon Ono of our camels that will relieve you a upon hearing these words Tho old Man Prosl rated hint Olf before us in Ordor to express his grail Ludo. To made a Camel 8am dad Chleba added to our baggage that of Tho Lama so soon a Tho Pilgrim was relieved from the. Woight which had oppressed him his walk Mccamo More Clastic and an expression of satisfaction was diffused Over his county Nanco. Quot Brol Hor Quot said we Quot we Aro from Tho West and Iho affairs of your country not being wot known to us to arc astonished at finding so Many pilgrims Here in Tho Quot to Aro All going to Rancho Schurin a replied to in accents full of emotion. Quot doubtless a said we Quot sumo grand solemnity Calls you together Quot Quot yes to Morrow will to a great Day a Lama Boole will Manifest his Power kill himself yet not to at onco understood what solemnity it was thus attracted Tho Cortous tartars. A Lamn was to Cut trims Ciropol take out his entrails and place them Bosforo him and then resume Hia previous condition this spectacle so cruel and disgusting is very Oom Mon in the Lamanec Rosof tartary the Bostc who is to Manifest his Power a Tho mongols phrase a i prepares. Himself fur lilo form Diablo operation by Many Days Faai ing and prayer pending which to Muat abstain from Ull communication whatever with Mankind and observe Tho most absolute when Tho appointed Day is Como Tho Multi undo of pilgrims assemble in Tho Groat court of Tho Lam Asery where an Aliar is raised in front of Iho Templo Gate. At length Tho Bostc appears. To advances gravely amid la a acclamations of the crowd soaps himself upon Iho altar and Takos from his Girdle a Large knife which to place upon his Knoos. At ills feet numerous lamas ranged in a Circle common co the terrible invocations of ibis frightful ceremony. As Iho Rocita Lon of the Pra Vcra proceeds you Seo the Bostc trembling in every limb and gradually work ing himself up into fire Rollo convulsions. The lamas themselves become excited their voices Are raised their song observes no order and at last boy comes a Mere confusion of Yelling and outcry. Then the Boole suddenly throws Asido he Scarf which envelops him unfasten his Girdle and seizing Iho sacred knife Lila open Liis stomach in one Long out. Whilo lilo blood Hows in Evory dire Elinn Tho mull Ludo pro Trato the solves before the Lorr lilo Spectra. Cle and Tho enthusiast is interrogated about All sorts of hidden things As to future events Aslo Tho destiny of certain personages. The replies of the Burklo to ail these questions Aro regarded by Over body As oracles. Whon Tho devout curiosity of Tho numerous pilgrims is satisfied the Limos resume but now calmly and gravely the Mccu Patlon of their prayers. Tho Boito takes in his right Bond blood from Bis wound raises it to Hia Mouth breathe thrice upon it and then throws it into Tho air with loud cries. Iio next passes his hand rapidly Over Hia wound closes it and everything after a Whilo resumes its Pristine Condi lion he Trace Romaine no of the diabolical operation except of tremor prostration. The Bostc once Moro Rolls his Soarf round him acc lob in a Low Volvo a Short Prayor then All is Over and Tho null Ludo Dia. Perez with Tho exception of a few of the especially devout who remain to Eon Tomp a e and Adoro Tho blood stained altar Whiteh the Saint had quilted. Tocao horrible ceremonies Are of frequent occur. Ronce in Tho Groat Lam series ofter try and Talbit and to do not Beli ovo that there it any Trilok or do caption about them for from All a Havo been and heard among idolatrous nations we Are persuaded that lilo a pvt has a great Donl to do with the Maltar and Moro Over our Imp Roslon that Thoro is no tried in the operation a is fortified by the opinion of the most intelligent and most upright a buddhists whom we have Mot in the Numo rout Lam series we visited. It if not every Lams that can perform miraculous operations. Those who Havo the fearful Power to Cut themselves open for example Are never found in the higher Ronka of the Lanai Hera thy. They Aro generally Lay lamas of India Lorenl Char Aeter and Hulo Eale mod by their comrades. Tho regular lamas generally make no Toru Plo to avow their horror of Tho spell Solo. In their Mes All these a looked end data Botlol. Good lamas they soy Are Ino Apato of performing auth acts and about not even Dealvro to attain the i Ploua Talent. There Are no lose than Ono Hundred and seventy her afterwards to Refuto Tho offer of Tho reverend gentleman s hand and to into Malo Tho necessity which existed for discontinuing his visits for their Mutual interests and their place of mind. Stung to Tho Quick by this sudden and unexpected termination of his Long cherished and most ardent passion no doubt can exist in Tho minds or those who have carefully perused Tho highly interesting correspondence bal won Tho parties publish cd Many years ago by m. Hubert Anft in a volume entitled Quot Lovo and madness Quot that my Hackman s mind Mccamo unsettled and without meditation a crime which property speaking could scarcely be fairly classed to Tho category of murder to Micro is no doubt that he became weary of his own life and finally though without distinct premeditation that she whom be loved so passionately should share his Falo. A Attis Limo Tho Rev. Or. Hackman was lodging in Duke s court st. Murtain s Lane and on the fatal Day the 7lh april 1779, was occupied All Tho morning in Reading blur s sermons but in lilo evening Asho was walking towards the admirably to saw mass Ray pass in her coach accompanied by Signora Galli. To followed and discovered that she alighted at Convent Garden theatre Walthor she wont to witness Iho per Furmanck of Lovo in a Vil Lago. Or. Inti Kirian returned to Liis lodgings and arming himself with a Braco of pistols went Buck to the theatre and Whon Tho perform once was Over As miss Rosy was stepping into her coach to took a a pistol in Aach hand Ono of which to discharged at her and killing her on the spot and Tho Olhorn at himself which did not How Over Lako effect. He then beat himself Aboul the head with the butt Ond of Tho pistol in order to destroy himself but was eventually after a dreadful struggle secured and carried before John Fieldings who committed him to Tothill Fields bridewell and afterwards to now Gato where to was narrowly watched to proven ills committing suicide. He was shortly. After tried at the old Britey before the Colo Bratch Jih Tico Black Bono author of Tho commentaries found guilty and Sinton cd to to hanged at Tyburn on the 19th of Tho month whore to suffered Tho last penalty of Tho Law with the firmness becoming a gentleman nod a Christian who Felt that lie had committed an irreparable injury and that his life was justly forfeited to Tho outraged Laws of his country although he Prosl sted to Tho lost that Tho idea of murdering the woman to so fondly loved originated in Tho pm Rozzy of Tho moment and never was nor could Havo been premeditated. One circumstance in this slight Nar Alvo which rebounds so highly to the Honor of the parly most aggrieved in this sad affair must not to omitted. Lord Sandwich with a no to mindedness Ricly exemplified in such extreme cases of injury to Tho Pride and sensibility of Man wrote to , Man of Dauth was passed upon him. "7lh april 1779. Quot if the murderer of miss a wishes to live an american Privateer. During the last War with England and while stationed on the Barbary Cost to were surprised one Day while exploring Tho ruins of Carthage to see a Sharp Clipper built Soho once under full sail with an american Flag floating to a brisk Breeze doubling Capo Bon and making direct for Tho Bay. We Rode Down to to fortress of Goletta to ordered a. Launch to be made ready and found ourselves along aide the Shooner just a she had cast Anchor. A where Are you from a from Boston replied the Captain a smart dashing looking Young fellow. In what passage Twenty three Daye sir to began to have our misgivings. Twenty Throe Days from Boston to suspected she had been fitted ont at Marseilles to cruise in Tho Mediterranean. It was the. Abele no Captain. Wyer of six guns and seventy five men a magnificent utello Craft. We went Down in the trunk Cabin. Now sir said the Captain i convince you trial we Are from Boston and will show you Boston notions or every kind from pumpkins Rand Arokod Herrings Down to wooden Nutmeg Iio soon filled Tho table with All sorts of Good cheer and sound comforts with which the bowl onions know so Well How to furnish a ship and Here said to is the Boston cd Tinel major Russel s paper All doubts Wero now at an end and while we had been partaking of fare to which we had Long been aeons Tomedy homely fare but Mora Welcome of that account the Captain said a if you Aro surprised Al our Short passage so far up Tho Mediterranean what will you say when i Tell you it is just sixty Days since Tho keel of this vessel was Laid in Boston but Here we Aro \ Nay that s not All sir a Continuo a Captain Wyer. 0n my Way Here off Cagliari i captured two Large British ships filled with valuable cargoes and ordered them for this port. They will to hero to Morrow what in a Neutral port in which the British exercise unlimited influence they will Nover por it Mil us to sell the cargoes.�?T, Well sir to can Only try. Sure on Nugh next morning Early Tho Ancion City of Tunis honoured onco by. Tho presence of Scipio africans Hannibal and other distinguished personages known to history was thrown into the greatest commotion on seeing two Largo and deeply Laden ships on ering Iho port Tho stars and stripes floating Over the Union Jack. It startled Tho British Consul and All Tho corps Dipio Maique. And we soon saw the i whole Bevy on horseback making for the Palace. _ i smell Sulphur said the Captain. Thero s a storm brewing and we shall have it soon in an hour a message arrived by a mameluke that we Wero wanted at the Palace. After making our toilet Sidi Ambrosio our Chancellor end Mustapha the Dragoman were soon mounted and off at a moderate Rato for Bardo. Tho consular corps were All pro act when we entered the Sahr. The Bey reclining won usual on his Large Crimson cushions As busily engaged combing his Long Beard with a Tortoise Shell Cotna Studd Iod with brilliants and looking unusually grave. To it what does All this mean consult two British prizes entering our port and for what purpose i a to sell Thorn your highness a a a what against our treaty with England a certainly not if there is such a prohibition in the treaty a. ,. Tho British Consul a most of Cellone Man unrolled the Parchment to which a Seal of Wax was appended nearly As Largo As Ono of our Western cheese and commenced Reading As follows a a it is further stipulated and agreed upon that no european Power at War with England shall be permitted to fit out privateers or Otylior armed vessels to cruise against the co Morco of great Brillan from or bring prizes into Tho tunisian Porta Well sir said lilo boy what have you to say to that v is it not full and exclusive ? entirely so Bra it does not apply to us to Aro not a european Power Ltd that sir said Tho British Consul a is a Mere evasion of lilo spirit of this Leolion of our treaty. It was intended to apply and Doos apply to All Christ inn Powers a a very probably sir but to Oro not a Christian Power Tho whole court looked Ain ated. The Bey raised himself up from i cushions look s Hearty Pinch of in Milf from a spot did Diamond Box and gave us on anxious and inquiring look. A How will you. Mako that appear sir a said Tho British Consul. Done to bet. Amasa May was cured of betting keep quiet and i la Tell you. Not a thousand Miles from Jamaica Plain wed Lem Seaver Bob Emmons and Amasa was fond of Shuo Ting could shoot Well and was rather proud of it. on a Bright october Day that he had been Hunting the cover on the Newton Side of the Pond and came out by the old barn where Bob Emmons was at after a Little talk Lem left his gun and fixings standing outside and went into the barn to look at the Eattle and finally passed through to the cider Mill which stood just beyond fora half Day s tramp in the Woods makes a Man dry you d better beige to. While he was gone Bob who was always at the Bottom of All the Develry done in the Vicinity dropped an extra charge of shot into each barrel of the gun and stood by waiting for presently Amasa came up the Road with anew hat on the half formed plan that floated in the brain of Bob was instantly completed and put into action a follows. Hailing Amasa Quot come Quick says he Quot let s have some fun . We i draw out his shot a and bet he can t hit your Quot capital Good idea a replied Amasa. Quot Lem thinks he can shoot Well open his eyes hey a Fob carefully Drew out All the shot he had just put in and put the gun Back where he found just then Lem came Bank having fucked cider enough to make himself comfortable and prepared to go. A 1quot hallo Lem a Saya Amasa Quot what Are you toting that shooting Iron about for a Quot of it s a Way i have a replied Lem 1 some times get a Chance to shoot and then i most always hit.�?�. Quot bet you Oano to hit my hat six rods a exclaimed Amasa Quot bet an Oyster supper for Tho boys to night a Quot done a says Lem Quot set it up a Amasa put his hat on a Post and measured the six rods almost bursting with suppressed laughter at the imaginary idea of Lom s looks when he should find that he could t lilt a hat at six rods Bob also chuckling at the Prospect of the Success of his plan and Lem pleased with the idea of winning the bet. He brought the gun up to his face i to fire. I Quot double your bet and give u. Both barrels said Amasa. \ Aye Aye a replied Lem and he let drive right and left in Quick succession. Before the smoke rolled away Amasa jumped Forward with a shout and a laugh to show Lem that to could t hit a hat in Broad Daylight. But where was it ? bits of fur Here and there lion Tho Man he has most injured will Uso All his interests to Procuro his Tho prisoner replied Tho same Day. Quot condom cd Coll in now Gato. Quot Tho murderer of her whom to preferred far proof Rod to life suspects Tho hand from which he no Thor desires nor deserves. His wishes no for death not Tor life. Ono wish to has could Hobo Pardun a in this world by to Man to. Has most in Jureda of my lord Whon i meat her in another world Nablo me to loll her if departed spirits Are not ignorant of earthly things that you forgive us both that you will to a father to her dear infants a it is almost needless to observe that the Noble Earl did faithfully comply with thou dying wishes of Tho wretched Man and was a Good and generous father to All the children of this connection of whom Tho Learned gentleman just deceased was one. R Tho new and is indeed a fall worthy of remark and Ono that seems Nevor to Havo been noticed that throughout Tho whole animal creation in every country and clime of the Earth Tho most useful animals Cost nature Tho least waste to sustain them with food. For to Spanoo Uil animals that work Hoo on voc Leblo food and no animal that Oats Flash works. The All powerful olo Plant and the patient untiring Zamol in the torrid zone Tho horse the of or Tho Donkey in Tho Laporale and Tho to indoor in the frigid Zuno obtain All their muscular Power for enduring labor from nature s simplest productions the vegetable kingdom. But All Tho Flash of along animals keep Tho rest of Iho animal of creation in constant Road of them. They Seldom oat vegetable food unless Somo other animal has oaten it first and Mado it into flesh. Their Only use seems to be to destroy life Ihor own flesh is unfit for Olhorn oat having Boon itself made out of fish and is most foul and often Salvo. Groat strength Leo less of foot Uso. Ful Poss Olean Lanobs and docility Aro Thon always characteristic of vegetable eating animals while All Tho world dread Flash gators a health and wealth by Joseph Bentley. A. A heartless Baso wretch in the form of a inane was a Fow weeks since Intro Dodd to a Lovely and confiding girl of Sirleon. Here said her hand and Bald in a thrilling tons that he thought Quot Tho ree enl Sleigh ing had rend Rod the. Ladles More ively than Sho Blu Ahod and said her parents considered the matter As settled but he basely deserted Tho Young lady after addressing this pointed language to her and has never Kallod at her Home Sinco. Vory easily sir we then read Tho following see a from our treaty with Tripoli. As lilo United Stales is. To no Mannor a Christian government and entertains no hos Lilily towards any denomination it is hereby understood that no Dos Lur Binco shall aria Between the two Powers on any religious question it was useless to Orguso the Point further. To did not in any Aliapo co Tao within Tho Purview of that Trosky to permission was Given to land the Bode and the ships and cargo Etc consisting of every variety of merchandise Woro sold in a Tingle Day. Tho Consul sont fora British blockading Squadron from malls but Iho Privateer slipped out or Tho Bay ran up tile Arcill Polcyn destroyed nearly two millions of British property and chased round Tho Mediterranean by two ships o the line and two frigate escaped through the Gulf of Gibraltar and arrived Homo safely. A mrs. Canille n Bloomer mrs. Caudle appears to to determined to War 1 1 Bloomer and poor Caudle has had to give up Hoar what Tho says upon this important subject. Now cuddle just keep awake awhile i want to Tell you about my wearing Tho Bloomer Drees. Sick of hearing about it sick of seeing great Green girls galloping round Tho streets with notes Liko an Els pm Tel docs turned in and great soup pan hat pitched Over their ugly faces. A what has that to do with to hey Caudle a Don l pretend that you Ore sleepy now because i know you aint and what s More i Don l intend you shall to. Now you so Caudle dear it takes a portly woman to Wear that dress. Think it will suit to then of course h will. What Are you laughing about let to Soo it will Lako twelve Yards of silk for Tho dress and tvo for Tho trousers. Don t think it will be anything now for me to War Thorn. 1 Don t know what you mean by such an insinuation if 1 did Distiso you for it. Wish i would not keep digging my Elbow into yoursido7 Woll keep awake Caro of a eurond of Tho Soho on. Or and i will Taka care of Mino. As i was saving it will Lake Juat twelve Yards for Tho drops and five for Iho Broom trousers laugh away Hugh away a Caudle i done to Caro what you Call pm if i Only get pm on. If i do Wear of you la put on petticoats will you ? Well All 1 Havo to aay to that is that you then appear in Yoiiro True color and not such a walking be As you Aro now. But there s no help for it As i know any Way that s Noll Hor hero nor there. Shall 1 Havo Tho Bloomer dross or not ? Hereupon or. Caudle groan out a faint yes uttering As Lio turns Over. I wish 1 had never been born to which his wife devoutly responds Amon and a miserable dilapidated wreck of a hat that looked As if All the Wood chucks in Norfolk county had Bills through it was the sight to Greet h�9 eyes. The sudden and instantaneous change of Liis countenance told Bob who had lost Tho Wager. A. And that was the Way Amasa was cured of Boston carpet hag. Curious habits of tattooing tattooing is called by these kooks Gar a Unge Hoy Wear slips of leather round their necks hands and also frequently round their hips and rings of Ivory and Iron varying in number round the Arm. If we ask them whence the Iron corals they answer Quot from the Mountain a and Point to the South. The Iron rings Are of various forms furnished at the joints with Small Bells that is with a Small Hole in which grains Are placed to make a rattling noise or even with email spikes in order not to be seized so easily by the enemy. The Points were covered with Little wooden Heads to prevent injury to the wearer. The bracelets were quite simple As those on the upper Parton the Arm some narrow and others Broad. They open in Iho same place so As to pass Over the hand but Are so As to pa8aover the hand but Are As exactly joined together that the opening is scarcely to be perceived this proving the elasticity of Iron in Good workmanship. Some wore a Shoemakers or Saddler s apron serving to Ward off darts rather than As a covering for they Alt in other respects go naked. The women have u similar apron around the Tower part of their body As i also saw in the Village of Agnau and excepting this Leathern apron they have no other attire. The lower Parton the Back was generally tattooed in Many rows by vehicle incisions. Tho Dinka have a particular dexterity and perseverance in this kind of Basso relieve for we see Lite female slaves in Khartum having their whole Thorax covered with such incisions and even in the form of festoons of leaves a kind kind of toilet that might not to very pleasant to the tender skin of the Coq Uelish ladies we saw also some earrings of red Copper and there was always a Hole from these in the oar of ton also holes if the rim of Tho bar for future trinkets a Small stick being placed in them to prevent them closing. Those negroes Cross and throw their legs under them in All Dir options so that compared with Thorn orientals and tailors Are Only bungles. They have generally a flexibility in their limbs which would Otbo supposed manner in which they tread the ground. A song for the xad1bs the glorious Day la dawning girls when women shall be Freo. A when guns and bonnets capes and shawl a a to longer to shall see j a v miss Webber bless her heart Sweet girl 1. Has Pat to scheme on fool she leads Tho Trump of male att arc and we must follow suit. ,4 Well dress in real Quot bifurcate Quot girls ,. With Glossy Beaver bats it. A. And Don the most bewitch log coat a -. _. And Bram Muied cravats v it. To. We a Wear Superb Gilt but too Giri a upon our vests of Buff 1 a. Bright Oxtra Rich plaice treble gift a. Flat surface in that a enough of t won t we lock bewail Cong Gorki. A a / a a when we re so grimly rest 1 a y a a it no mortal Man can Brave a Gurcharn Riff. Though to May strive his Beata i be whiskered folks my envy girls a / a. Our Many garbs and airs a a a but let them fret until they lire poor Fellows no ode cares. It 4 perhaps a few my veal As guru. A = and Ley us on the shelves -.v. But what of that won la Crook out Arm _. And act the beaux ourselves. And if they wont aay marry Gyrli will Call them no Gallenta come what will float Elk or swim it a Well Noier yield oter parts. A a by re a a. A a to Wona be a amp a customs of tha Island of celebes women Are eligible to the highest offices Ortho slate so that at the present moment four out. Of six of the hereditary Rajah Are females amenf., the Fig is some men dress like women and some. Women like men for their whole lives devoting the in. To fcb to Trio occupations of their adopted sex. A Noble lord asked a Clergyman before whom n Goore waa placed at dinner Vohy the Goose Wae Al ways placed next Tho Paramo really earn he i Cap give no reason for it but your question is so Odd that i shall never Seo a Goose for the future without thinking of your lordship a a a a Joun did you Ever bet on a horse reef a Quot and but in be seen my sister Bel on an old Matey. A Quot flatter is the Bellows that Blowe Fri persuade a girl that she is an Angel and Voo Oan persuade her to become anything you wish after that. Good of the old German Fame roof Pennsylvania Quot once upon a time Quot Gate the follow., ing Good advice Lohia son who was about to Tnsko a Start in Tho world himself a Quot Moke the land a Rich As possible keep out of debt Tud Tole the democratic ticket Quot. Y miss Fant Adlino Saye if Eho ainu to deed the has. Lest her vital Quot spark a the Man what uie to set up with her. Poor girl we Frei for her ,. we notice among the Faw things India rub Tav bed ticks filled with wind instead of feathers Good we d rather sleep on wind than Lito on it a Homo of our subscribers evidently think we Ean it / ? i we like fat be Opton Good Jolly laughing brqid1 i sags Fot people. To love Fet women fat boy fat babies fat purses a fat list of Sabicer Lief a i jobs a Ful everything. Fall Etc if or big sign of big health. Fat men Aro Flat of to Fetcher Joube fat women Are not Sharp longed anal Boye Are not mischievous fat babies Are always good�?i�1 Fine fat people Are the kindest end therefore but Moat popular. Commend a to fat people. T i Thoro is indeed a Providence which rules end oven crime becomes subservient to Liberty. Tai la Bil try measures of Louis Asp Oleo will Feacy in French people Many useful lessons and prepare Fei minds for the reception of and a Ira a Tern of rational Liberty. Ai a a go ahead is Ono Good motto and look Shird it another. A a 03ther� is no glory to be Esi fled on the Side of despots. In advocating the rights of the people i the Chiel duly of every enlightened statesman r singular effects or food on Tuk system in a Man informs us that for Many weeks past to has Boen a filleted with drowsiness and a desire to Sloop even Bosforo Iho god of Day has gone Down. For a Long Tima lie waa unable to discover Lio Causo but he did boat hat satisfactorily. Iio says that for several months to bad Boen n the habit of taking with Hie Broa fasl liens Egge served up in various forms Fried boiled and raw until he a convinced that they Hugo to entered his system that it becomes is. Cois sry for him to retire when the hem go to Root if it also has Tho effect to arouse him in Tho morning at he hour the Hysni Are abroad to think the result will to Bone Violal in the end. a Marble statute to Washington we see by the proceedings of Tho City Cou Noua of Washington is to be placed in Tho Hall of that oily. A committee to Procuro Ono has Boon appointed. An eccentric following Paro graph appears in Tho French Paterson a Well dressed body discovered this morning hanging from a tree on Tho Road from Versailla to Seaux the following loiter was who shall discover my body swaying itself at Tho impulse of Tho winds As did Hose formerly soap ended to the Gibbet at Monist upon will no doubt feel terror struck or moved with pity. Behold they will exclaim another victim of wretchedness or they will be mistaken. 1 Havo always Boen perfectly Happy. 1 feel that with old age will come infirmities and it is to avoid the slightest pain the most Petty annoyance that 1 have determined to put an end to my life. This May appear absurd but 1 of of opinion that when Ono has lived comfortable for More than sixty years Ono ought to have had enough of life f sin alone in the world. 1 was not an inhabitant of Faris i therefore think it will to impossible to know who i am. Besides. I Havo taken every pro Maullon for insuring this and if the last wish of a dying Man commands any respect 1 entreat that no inquiries May be made on the subject. .1 loft my Home after Selling overt Hong and giving out that i was Starling for a foreign country. My property a All realized and the Bank notes which it has produced will have yesterday a Dahood the hands of an honest father of a family whom it will Render Happy 1 have so managed that he should to ignorant of their source. Having no further business in this world Lam going. Good Bye a signed a an mrs. Boggs says that she observes the people in the legislature have put her poor neighbor or. Brown on a standing committee which will be a dreadful trial to him As he was very weak in the legs and Nevor would keep his feel Long at a limb Douglas Jerrold says Quot the women Are All alike. When they Are inside they re mild As milk onco make them wives and they lean their books against their marriage certificates end defy Quot poor old general debility a exclaimed mrs. Partington Quot it is surprising now Long he lives and what sympathy he excite a the a of Roc Bodlos for i paper Are Fuli did you Ever hear of the Yankees who boasting of a visit to Georgo Iii., and ills Stltt Thoro said his majesty would have asked Dine had it not been washing Day. A it la considered the height of Good Breeding to by Able to encounter he Moil sudden Accident will loot being startled from decorous propriety. Quot did Yoti Hoar that miss c. Had sprained her ankle badly by Ella pig in the Street a no bless the poor thing did she fall gracefully a a. A Yankee historian says that or. Webster when a boy first read Ilia u. Sites Constitution printed Oft t Cotton handkerchief to which a 8o�l�ternt Row plies that if or. Webster acquired the Constitution from the Cotton in Early life he sacrificed it to Thorn in after life. tee to Many Fine looking females dying. Old such an immense Poquott a for glorious country to to seeded Down Wilh Boyes the girls end civilization. Patriotism if not love should Mako Ell men Hun Bachelor ism As they Wotila sea son or crime. I a boots so exc extent for seating when ejected too rapidly and too near the Region bounded by a Gen la Oman a coat tall act upon men a Salt a try upon gun barrels making the Cal go off., a the pro Cero to feet Iii la the words Quot lbs Rio Eglite Fraternito Quot from the Boblo buildings in Pari hse been going Forward the Redan have a Luied the Selvea by chalking in i Hill phor a a substitute Quot infant Erie Cavalerie ? a fellow seven feet High pissed i Wroligh Charlee ton on Hie Way to Cal Libonia. On being asked Why. He ventured upon so hazardous a journey he replied that they did t want him any longer Down in Maine Horace Greely in me eos lately delivered compared a stubborn to a horse on Board a ferry Boal Tho horse my Back Butth by a i and the animal with it . I few eights Are More put unto than Rtin Grest a intellect and Industry go Nillon end . Ness who Are Amsell in Botines and Bonk to. Galanfi in Tho lowest Field of action they Are Dwarf in to highest and of Milne beads so Hhd and Tough m a Walnut beam with Heitt a Rotten is any potato discovered in the Emerald Liley a a Liberty 1b Tho Bliss of Hetvin and the it Odom of Earth and it will yet be the Dea Tioy of Roan. Want Are fowls Tho most economical thing#1 Farmers keep because Fot a very Grain of Orn obey give a Peck. Time and these Egnots walled Furno body now nobody Welt for. Them. Top How Frh outstrips the one while the Iron horse enables who dispense with Iho other. There Are certain delinquencies which Are aggravated by reproaches but which if rebuked Obi Aljy i Lonco of oreo of themselves. Thus n ate Gott oct by being undisturbed. A a i a there a a Chap Down East so mean that tie a will not look at a Lutolf in a Mirror for tsar familiarity May Breed contempt and this Servo a Omo other people. Politeness does much in business an clerk Oan do Moro injury in a store iban Ita owners Nageot to advertise his goods. A coquette is a Rosebush from Wohleb Paob a Joung Man plucks a Flower and Tho left for,.th� husband a a a it a

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