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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - December 12, 1877, Cincinnati, OhioVethe Cincinnati Weekity Enque reb. Wednesday morning. December 12. 1877. \ t. Sas i him of a a Slat i diet fax a tows Siat Par. A a a. Pics Turk 3fercnry the Droop Mettle in a a Mercury rein Tom m toe a in tent �4 to to Chat Tami car to ref tote City ton a vew Tett 4 a totus a tir the c to Ynese a re very Sand excited a i tny Nigier and Bare re it rte of to every Bumm Mart pour a prevent further Dot Vel Opma it a to i sprite the to teen clone meat. Net enly a it re the Board to of Faith nth Len 4m it be their Tvett to toa a a term. Tot tor a a 3t�a4y in Tete eted a ties tot inc Perfito la Remoto Hearty al who were tote ted to Otho a Una Vera it m Etee a sati Taori net that Adon to a a to the Ceier Tiai Brotherto. D toy a fowl at 4 m it to Street a a Day sunday the authorities knew a Chine to it thai a he to is worst us rce Doc Eatty am me the camera population Here is st pay a feet. Pm to May Tive it what name they pirates a Crotia or itch then a tut. A before stated it i to has leprosy. Oft tone my wok. Following a test week a str in the writer a in at no. 1 Baxter Street in the rear Efti ctr is exclusively we opted by chinamen eel their far wife. It was ascertained that the orientals a t been new it no aware to the Pooh Aeton of the article an i a Ere in a Sente to a real cons or a Ron. For a Timo they refused to say any thing in English tor a tied Throat it their Teeth and frequently approaches he reporter in a belligerent manner. Each had a Sfer Terrry. With her article marked nitty Tygh in aft prof Abii it. Not one of them Emild read it which they kept twi stantly exhibiting while they enjoyed Regner War Ranee All round. At last on of them spoke Yon bad. Bad Man a he Hiet through Bis Teeth while he foamed at the month a Yon write this me see Yon take name chinaman curse Yon and of Yon no go Kyilee i n. Or of Here another War dance was had. And the writer., seeing there was nothing left put of As defiant an air As Ped be. Quot now Yon go a again hissed oat the chinaman to his Almond Eye Kaiatt or a Blair. A no talked you no More. All rte Keenist gone a All gone you ene divil id car that they were determined to bold no further conversation and that they were a rowing More a id More belligerent a Retreat was beaten on to Baxter Street in the Hope of finding an officer when accidentally. A More peace Hie looking chinaman encountered. Who in response said a Job. Yes me a Penokee Little English. Roe want a a a your name quot replied the writer. A my name 1 of Yea. My tame a gee live in Here. You mete in a Mere a Well As possible it was explained to a one that his fellow Meu were excited and wanted to fight. He replied a you no tear. You a twee me. Come my House Chinana m no Hurt a a the Gooud Loor in rite rooms Ltd i the right hand Side As you enter resides a gee who a agree influence Over his countrymen and who of nearly a dozen harried Ioto t be close on the writer s keel still hissing and making any thing hut Friendly grimaces. Out name the newspapers and in a twinkling a gee was in Possession of All the facts and nearly a doze forefingers were Foi Ntxo at the newspaper Man. After a Parley of some minutes a gee said a i no cure i Tell you All i knew. What you want a a i a d to know if Yon know a Case of a rang Sha mee in this City a a nah Nang Sha mee sow Chir amen Call it Here. Yes. Yes. One chinaman die last satyr any we Bury him sunday officers no know. He die no. 47 Mott Street name to there from of town land re. Third Avenue 1 then he waste waste away you no know a a Vibat we it Hie re. Us a a see Lang. Or. Norton undertaker Tell ecu Alloh. Bag to. Bad Saug Sha mee too 1 no fear Tell you plenty chinamen got if too Many new York too no n one How use plenty Stek Nesa plenty dirt you goes .4" it a a menu the reporter then proceeded to no. 47 Mott Street. Who. It v a a it state let see Lang had died on saturday and was buried on sunday. Hem a at the Previn i a place the celestial were in a state of great exc in t arid out Lor the timely appearance of a number of a i fes around the door it might have fared badly with the reporter. All the information that ii us be gained however was simply that see Lang who worked in a laundry on third Avenue Tod been ailing for some tim was brought to 47 Mott Street on saturday where he shortly alter died and that he was buried on is Patlaf. No. Fttie Mott Street was next visited. Toe rooms on the left hand Side As you enter Are occupied by a my and two or three other chinamen White All through the Bouse up lairs they Are As thick As hops. A sing was up and moving. He said he recognized the Man who called on last saturday that the article in the Mercery had cared his that on sunday Anu i Fouda hundreds of White people were in Mott Anil Baxter streets All Day saying and Yelling a Chin Man must lease new a dirty chinaman not a Nasty a and pit in face. Bad. Bad and you wrote that. Yon no Friend chinaman you make much trouble like in san Francisco. Yon say me Sung Sha mee too. Yon see me up now no a Finias Here you see a a can i go upstairs a asked the writer. A no Yon go nowhere Here you get out i Street Yon Send officers Here Yon a a Many chinaman sick Tod disease. You go on Street we do not w i you Here no a you told me on saturday yourself Yon were sick and showed me year neck then. Now you have it covered up. What a the matter with it a things began to look Lively now. From the top to the Bottom of the h use were chinamen Yelling gambling and gesticulating like fury while a sings voice could be Haig above the rest. Half assisted Aud half of his own Accord the reporter reached the Street once More and Felt somewhat safer when once the Street was reached. On seeing our representative go in the direction of the undertaker s who attends to nearly nil the business of the chinamen in the City. A sing followed. What a undertaker said. On being questioned the undertaker admitted that see Lang died in Mott Street on saturday end was buried on sunday. Said he a in my mind he died . I know nothing about Sang Sha mee or whatever else they like to Call it. This Man see Lang pitied and wasted away. If leprosy has broken out among the chinese Here i know nothing about it. They Are denying it. And Are put about considerably since the article in the a one moment sir a said the writer. A would you know leprosy if you saw it a a i done to think i replied the undertaker would know diphtheria or scr Fula i a a very Well will Yon ask that Man a said the writer pointing to a Bing a to remove that handkerchief a alter a few soothing words from the undertaker he Drew aside his handkerchief and presented even a More ghastly sight than he did on saturday the 18th. As fully described in the Mercury. On finding that he was being closely scrutinised be soon replaced the handkerchief and got Back in a Corner. Quot now. Or. Undertaker a resumed the writer a what do you think of that that Many a neck in covered Over with disease is it not a a ooh i can to say that a was the reply quot chinamen Are like White men in Many ways i Daro say. They go round and contract diseases that no matter what you please to Call them Are loathsome dirty and contagious but As i said before if leprosy has broken ont among them i know not Niue of the Board of health officers in referring to the disease from which see King died give it a an insignificant disease. Do Yon know what that Tulaus sir a a no i do not but i suppose Siut they mean consumption. A did you Ever hear of any one dying of an a in agn scant disease a docs the expression not throw a doubt on the real cause of death a a it certainly docs and i Cun give to other explanation of it. Tho know their a now you say see Long died from consumption. 1 he officers of the Board of health give it Asan a insignificant this in itself looks strange. Which was it a a ooh. Well they must explain that l Ean not nor do 1 want to. The chinamen Tell me there is no new sick lies among them and i believe them. Furthermore i done to believe they know what leprosy at this Point a sing hurriedly approached the reporter Aud shaking his fist full in nis face sputtered out a me been see mayor City had. A bout you he say you oue thief come 36 Mott Street steal too and he Lelieth me Luck you out next time Yon come there you to Good he say you make much trouble for Cuin Amau of chinaman no like you you no say you from paper you Wintee All Dot ugh 1 to Way go Way. Come Back chinaman no More you see and Here Gaiu a Small withered up closed hand was placed in close proximity to the nose of the writer. What mayor Ely says. His Honor mayor Ely. When in substance informed of what a Bing mid laughed heartily and said a ooh. the in that a in relation to the article in the new York Mercury i Art week on leprosy or what do they Call it 01�, yes. Bang Sha mee. Now do you really think it is leprosy is there not a possibility of its being some other horrid disease a a Well or. Reporter you May say to your readers that i have not Hod the pleasure of a visit from any representative of the celestial Empire since elected mayos and As to ordering him to kick a member of the press out it is too funny for any thing. I fear the chinaman is hardly Strong enough in new York to do any thing of the Kina. But it s like every thing else. 1 have numbers of letters from people almost daily stating that or. Homebody said the mayor a Aid to would do this that or the other thing but about these chinese the fact is i have made up my mind that 1 shall personally investigate these people myself go right in among them and see How they Are situated and All about them. 1 can not fix a Day of course but visit them i shall but if leprosy really does exist among them it might he somewhat dangerous a id laughingly i done to know toil what the safest Way would be to bring some disinfectant in the shape of stimulants along no sir 1 have seen none of the celestial brotherhood lately and therefore could a to have flailed the members of the press by such unworthy names nor yet have advised their sum nary expulsion at Uio hands of a China or any other Man. A i have already eid. I Trust it is not Fop Roay. For of it in the beet known remedies for its suppression should to called into Uso irn Medl Ofoia. However of soon As i have time i shall see for myself and then be Able to form s better opinion of the see Rel habits ways and peculiarities of _ at sign people to whose to appear to Kivow st mile although it a or Nukk to Van a White bes Dom mix a a web in univ Moa who two tote to tor amp mrw to butter Creet pc v a ver fifty years but who dose Ato want he name Kwh Osbed nays a it he been yell known lev to past three weeks a so that the Pray a anode is Yow once Eoa we Rise chinese Tost Tho tato la. Wish Litto attest a pm a to them to t no eoe hardly cores Tost 9 what they jul the Din com in there Why a hive Seea them on tny Comers round Here and they a Weld make your a Termath room. We v. The hands to one to them Ore falling off White to sir seeks am a so maw al dirty ugly ulcer and Amoret. And i m fold their Joliett est Jum a Bud. Some to them Roseri of a mud Tufo my pure. Tost 1 have pot o Stop to my Severn it to tia Enatt already heft for Newark where they toss a o rest Law stoc Ewt Crl Bot Lear my or no top a a. 9�?o� have done i service to to for . And a us infect Ante sow a Days can he tout Lor a Wuriu saw Wesim Flatos Tine bowery and third Yovenne every cd there Ian Miry so visited ton a though the news had been . They were All item Aad where they a fot w any thing it was to a Ira Siewt a Haraste. And Evert in so be live Roei users spat at the writer. At fifty be Odom Street and third Avenue where me Lani what of la a laundry up to a few Davs before by died Lato Marion vim al a sought but without effect. The reporter being atm Fereri by s copious up pay to Oso Ghedi and dirty water. Text Way a its we atoms a Xhu of tort. The hid Wirig is a de a Notum to the to Elham dire Are. As Given by some to the asst teamed Sod exper Fonod Mem lev to the medical few Alt. A a Leteney a mrik Wiita n. A is Char a Tensed by Caty patches to different Sims but having always nearly a Etc Flor of term. In this country three a rte Tien of the trial est Are be it Ved and Are known m Lepta vulgaris Lepta Alp Ivoe and Lepta Nikii Curie. The latter w what Twy be looked for in thu country. A the Lepta Nigri Caris hse Peculiar patches the Tofor of which Are dark and a yid. The a Patrut a appear first on the Egv and Foter extending afterwards to the thighs Lotnick neck and hand. They Are somewhat smaller in size than the patches to tie Lent vulgaris. And not Only kit the Bonier Irbid or purplish but the livid Toor of the base likewise appears through the scaly encrustation which the set Doni very thick. The Scales Are easily detached and the Snofa a Rematos inn err excoriated discharging Lymph often Wita an inter mixture of blood till a new encrustation forms which in no str hard Brittle and irregular. The Tepra Nigri cans affects per is whose occupations Are attended with much fatigue and exposes them to cold or Damp and to a precarious or improper Mode of diet. Women Are liable to it who Are habituated to excesses followed by poor and scanty Vert Little a sow by the health Board about i wet. The members to the Board of health who have expressed their opinions through in afternoon paper say that the records of the Burean of vital stalls tic show that Only two chinamen have died in this City during the past month on from Ordinary consumption and the other from an a in the toff Enof Toense that there had been no extraordinary mortality among the Chinee during the entire year and re Tamly no record of any dying inn contagious i ease. And that none could be buried without the permit of the department and the Sarge on a must state the age. Color and nativity to Tulve of so Ltd per it a and i be disease of which he or she May have died and finally that no such disease in Porky Coo id exist among the chinese without becoming known to the Board. The i Filax u Black. Ate Apps lies fil several Honra. Ltd i Ute Chiff Onier and Ore Hearth in an Twat i and in foe a Hewri int it tvs non of Tab of of of a were to drink at the water and then sit and sing to the Edge to file table and allow on to go gait neat in t it without ceasing its warble. On or to favorite l haunts was the Wool Basket and it a d1i often sit of Feltri a Flats in Law. Ai Varese terror r Ettaray a Salatto a Striet. New on sas and sin on the Edge to it on Febrow by 12th, the of the past three Weka the Peete living it than a tare Notghi to the ear Nirel we had a Nam brr three blocks to the intersection to Siu sput Aud to Friend in our Onku. Sal the Lula mow a Toupee. Street have been Terrll Edat right by an Snag roust vigorously reach to their which Hope tire Anu the thorough fare sad was not to the least do turbid pies wars Are suddenly aware to a an earthly by in in tet eng. A the even tog Monte presence their hair Rise nut used by the baud would tote Ras shut the to a a and under the of let a fold their whole being la Pote Esset to ter done and Fofo foe Crisfor Aud Adjo Louig Rijk. There secres to he soar ething / Soper and then return to its own Hearth. After Amoa natural about this terror. Person who Bare tut ver ilk it for Newry a month to of appeared. And Tori of foe dread object la re. When ten Frond we sos Pec that it was caught in a trap set in one by it a Specto ared Hite sat deadly sic tel Fht font of the Roeu beyond. In m., was Small Tuia tear which creep Over a Nasa Whoie being Aud had very targe ear shirt it a tuned about Aud Reod is hire and innate. Little much White singing. The Anco was not a Dike coi Dreo. A Ceklic in the nigh boy Traxl when ask quot i that to the ornery to Many to its trill Sod it an lays Ihil k tray by try. Idre Psi a. . It amp c incur Nung foe a the name by which this Cioe is known tre Tubac and their a flows Blanch. A Story u told by there which would Harrow rite soul to those Many years their senior rider be Opit those whose minds Are mature 1, Aud who we in know How to draw foe line Between simple super tit Lon and foe truly Supon Reural. Give a meow urn Moca connected Ami pm unit Iota Felt re them a glean a or information. It Appa Urs that scout fore weeks ago people who Vorece Otoi ged to to ont Kite at night Beran to meet at a it it it Iha fot erection to these two Street a strange object a woman�, with a face pinched and Haggard her eyes having a Dull Etta the Lite a Aram her Bead Bora to say covering Aud her person draped to Buck . One More Bob than the others after re Curg her for three successive night Emryed to a Peak. The object Hiopp i. Slowly turned and Breed directly it. Foe Eye to the audacious individual. That a me look was enough. A it see Reed to he ays a los though a blinding Light met my Eye. My bait a Tood on Endl 1 to told Foto my very , vibe of i recovered Rey sight i looked in every direction tor the woman but die was a few bks he afterwards about 1 a my a two Yong Raen connected with a livery establish meet on Rampart Street were going to their Homes. They Vve re Wiki ii no the Ben it Troette and were bilking earned try. They had not proceeded far when they were Cox Oxted by this apr vb1tiox. Of Prev try sons tether rights Heman a the is 1 ted mates. Troy times in Maine a married woman May become pm a end of real or personal property by tel oct. Demise gift or a Arenas. In her own name and As her own or a cry. Alter foe still retains the custody of the property owned by her before marriage and the same is exempt from lability for the debt of her Hua Bandl she May sue in her own name to recover Heck her Sang quite a beautifully a any Canary Bat it bad More variety Aud some of its were much lower like those of the Bullfinch. great peculiarity a us a sort of do nut song we had and Fien an air with an accompaniment the air a loud and of nil. The note Clug Low. And the accompaniment to Dkl Monte King. To rest another Frimis Scerre of the Fard a Harp is owls Mil. A to Ravetz Corresta anoint of the Leavenworth times writing fam Dalge City narrate the fol Loatus Anteo Lite to the late a att Snoda bid a on the ear s Hurt distance out from Kansas City. I fell in with a detective Era a loved upon one to the Ivester railroads and White envoy red in the Endea Rog to pump Hiiri of any thing which might possibly prove of inter t. He for voted Roe with an anecdote of the late a a cauda the Garnons three card Monte Man who died a Short time aet the conversation Era general at first and while discoursing Apon Varia of subjects the detective said �?o1 see by the paper that Ganada Bill a dead. Wei i knew Hita pretty Well met him often. He is is gentle As a woman and As cunning a a Fox he could Best any Man at his own game and ther Wasny to but one instance to my knowledge where be got left. You know rim Rey killed out near Stockton to Rooks county or it walked up to then directly passing Between somewhere near there about two years or so ago. Them each involuntarily stepping aside and con Bill did no to Tike Ramsey at All hated him Worsen what in an by Lect How they Are matter tote disadvantages of using them. New York times the War now raging in the East has assumed so ranch the character of a War of extermination that any question a to the kind and Quality of the missiles employed inks into comparative ind wifi Ranee nevertheless from time to Trine each combatant has complained that the other has used explosive Nilet. These missiles seem to be peculiarly objectionable to the military authorities and it is Worth while to inquire what an explosive bal Iet really is for though the Terra has been free a used the ideas connected with it Are pro Abiy somewhat vague. The Bullet in question Baleen used by sportsmen for Many years and their effects on animals have been thoroughly tested. They a re of course made of Lead and Are East in a Mold of such a form that the ballets instead of being solid throughout have a cylindrical hollow extending from ther Apex nearly to the base. The hollow is filled with Gunpowder which is capped with an explosive mixture consisting of chlorate of Potash oxide of Antimony and Sulphur. A plug of Wax fills up the orifice and forms the Apex of the Bullet and a Little spirit varnish Over the Wax make the a a Shell Corapi Eie. This Bullet is tolerably Safe to handle though a blow on the Apex will As a matter of course produce an explosion. When projected from a Rifle and meeting with a resisting substance the Nilet explodes and forms an Irre in tardy shaped More or less jagged piece of Lead from which portions May Fly off. If it strikes the soft parts say of a limb it May pen trate on Inch or two before it bursts and in Case the aperture of Entrance differs in no respect from that of by Ordinary Bullet the aperture of exit however will form a Large irregular wound perhaps As Large As a Crown piece. Such a outlet striking the Thorax or Abdomen is Likely to Lodge and produce very speedily fatal results owing to the Shock and Haemorrhage which it cause in sporting parlance such a Bullet has great a a lipping qualities Bat in a military Point of View it has certain dts advantages. It will not Ricochet for it bursts on striking the ground it would very rarely in arc More than one Man. As its Onward movement is checked by the explosion it is not suitable for Long rage its flight not being so steady As that of a Bullet of uniform composition and lastly its us involves a certain amount of danger. Why it should be objected to on grounds of humanity is somewhat difficult to conceive. The wounds inflicted by Tram cuts of shells fired from guns of larger Caliper Are often much More extensive and horrible than any thate onid possibly be caused by explosive Rifle bullets if a line must be drawn somewhere it surely would be More logical and humane to exclude the greater missiles for the smaller one has disadvantages of ifa own. Such As Are Likely to prevent it from Ever being brought into common use in warfare. A tinned on toward the Beery. The two Young men watched her Progress they saw her peas on toward the stable and of she came immediately in front turn and go in. Running Back to the stable the Young men closed the Gate. They had now an Opportunity to investigate and discover whether tin a it is a human or wraith. There was to possible Ance for the supposed ghost to escape except by disjoint for. The Young men obtained their lanterns. Lighted them and proceeded to search for this producer of trepidation and weak Knees. The barn was carefully examined in every Nook and Comer. The Young men even went so far As to thrust pitchforks into the Loose Hay hoping thereby to induce concealed a Cir vis. If any. To make known tit air presence. The search was fruitless however. The a woman in Blacks could not be found. She had vanished utterly and completely yet he to Een distinctly to enter this stable Aud there was no Way possible for her to have deported in human form. Of Anothy occasion one Young Mart attempted to enter his own Gate when he was confronted by this weird subject. He tried to induce the lady to move from her Post lira and let him pass but it was not possible. He requested her to step aside. The Black thing Only move its head negatively. Lie advanced Eloer intending to gently push her tire sols Gonci tree. Site of the Strung plauts of to needs Listh. Though the tropical scrubs of Queensland Are very luxuriant and Beautiful they Are not without their dangerous drawbacks for there is one Plant growing in them that is really deadly in in effects a that is to say deadly in the same Way that one would apply the term to fire us. If a certain proportion of any ones body is Burnt by the stinging tree death will be the result. It would be As afe to pass through fire As to fall into one of these tree. They Are found growing from two to three inches High to ten and fifteen feet in the old ones the Stem is whitish and red berries usually grow on the top. It omit a Peculiar and disagreeable smell but is Best known by its Leaf which is nearly round and having a Point at the top. Is jagged All around the Edge like the nettle. All the leaves Are Large some larger than a Saucer. says a traveler a while shooting Turkey in the scrubs 1 have entirely forgotten the stinging tree till warned of its close proximity by its smell and have then found myself in a Little Forest of them. 1 was Only once stung and that very slightly. Its effects Are curious it leave no Mark but the pain is maddening and for Mouths alter Ward the part when touched is tender in Rainy weather or when it gets wet in a amp slug amp a i have seen a Man who treats Ordinary pain lightly Roll on the ground in agony after being stung and i have known a horse so completely mad alter getting into a Grove of the tree that he rushed open mouthed at every one who approached him and bad to be shot in the scrub. Dogs when stung will Rush about whining piteously biting pieces from the affected part the Small stinging Trees a Lew inches High Are As dangerous As any being to hard to see. Aud seriously Imp riling ones Ankles tens Shrub is usually found growing among Palm Eugenie s Lucky Star. Macmillan s speaking of Luck i remember Thiers saving on Day that be accounted for the favor Tho pm press Eugenie enjoyed abroad by the belief which her Riso in the world induced in a Lucky Star. Young women having no Fortune but pretty face were encouraged to be of Good cheer by her dazzling Success. For some years after her marriage suicides among shop girls Aud seamstresses underwent a remarkable Ai munition. The Hope that Louis Napoleons of ome kind would present themselves dissipated suicidal despot Deuce. Crock Ford who trept the celebrated 8t. James hell in Loudon Thieu bore i name died about 1840, Wor h 3.600,000. Apprehensions a to the result of his Fate in the coming Derby we e supposed to have hastened i end. He began life As a fish Monger near Temple bar about 1802 began to bet at Newmarket and in 1827 built his gambling House which was called a club. Wellington Talleyrand Esterhazy and count do orsay were among its members and Tho Mode of procedure was for the members to play against the proprietor who kept a Small some member merely joined Lor the company and the cookery presided Over first by Ude who was succeeded by Fra Cutelli. Crock Fordfd has undergone a great number of changes since its original owner gave it up. Ill Luck a attended every subsequent proprietor. It is now tenanted by what is known As the Devonshire club. A conference was had saturday night with closed doors in the Senate end of the c Pitol by senators representatives and popular Leaden favourable to the Greenback movement. A permanent National Greenback league was formed with an executive committee of one senator or representative from each state to la number of Twenty five. It was arranged to have a permanent room at the Capitol 3 a new Dolly Yardon pattern is coming into style for morning Rupa. Away. He raied Bis band and was the being to on Side when Bis Arm drop bad . The feeling he a. Was not unlike the Shock Given by a galvanic Battery when strongly and suddenly applied. He naturally a wilted a a in so far a a human being is capable of that action and left the Gate in the undisputed Possession of her satanic majesty. His manner of leaving was the double Quick. His Speed had become so accelerated that on meeting two friends of Bis he collided with them i heir inquiries led him to state the circumstances. The three repel red to the Gate but it was unguarded. The ghost had disappeared. On aii Hallow even which every one knows is devoted exclusively to the to Roe of Pelis for foretelling ones future matrimonial by a inti otherwise Aud at which time the supernatural is in the ascendant this ghostly i Nant made things very Lively Lor the residents of the Section in question. Three gentlemen of that evening were returning to their Homes when at the Corner of Melpomene and Rampart streets this a woman in Blacks was espied. The gentlemen bad been visiting friends and were greatly this naturally had the effect of making them All courage is. The subject of the Specter bad been their theme and each had vowed Bis perfect willingness to sift the affair thoroughly and if possible find the real truth of the matter. They had now an excellent Chance to put their valor to the the t. , Nowise dismayed they did so. The woman was standing on the Banquette at the Corner directly within the rays of the Gas Light Aud al of in the path of the gentlemen. They advanced to within a foot of her and the Leader despite her spectral and now truly horrible asked her the question. A who Are you a she waved her Arm in a repellent Way and slowly stepped backward. They could see now plainly me dres Loi waving them backward the Long dishevelled hair the eyes which seemed to them to Flash fire. Ail was plainly visible and will remain stamped forever on their minds. Every step backward brought her nearer to the Gutter. They were spellbound. Their courage had oozed and they were Iuca Pihle of motion. The furies of their bacchanalian visit had by this time departed from the brain of each and they saw the being in their right mind. At last the final step was taken which i plunged her into the Gutter. There was very Little water there it the time yet the gentlemen saw a great splash and heard distinctly four Peep distressing groans. They rushed to the spot. Every feeling of humanity within them was aroused and they were Bent upon giving Aid to the poor creature. They stooped and looked where she bad fallen. Then each at the same time raised his head and loosed at his companions in amazement and terror and Well might they do so. For the woman was nowhere to be seen. In the Lull Light of the Gas Jet she had vanished. Four gentlemen occupied the same room that night. The same night a Friend of the writer was awakened by a tremendous ring from his door Beil. He quickly proceeded to the door and there saw what at fir to caused him to laugh heartily a Friend living three door away Clau in Bis a shivering truly laughable object. A let me in. Quick for heavens Sake a was the Appeal lie was admitted and in a lighted room before i brightly blazing Coal fire be told his experience. A sleeping Saya he. A i to suddenly awakened by a coid touch upon my face was by no Means frightened then i Only thought it the result of imagination. I Ley quietly but soon Felt that some one beside my Eit was in the room. You have no doubt experienced the same feeling. At time you Are aware that some one i near you. And turn finding yourself not mistaken this you Wili audit is a Well know n a ecological fact. I was positive that some one was in my room. I began to feel terrified a vague feeling of Awe name Over me. And not without cause for something was just then dragged across my face it Fel t like cloth like a heavy shawl. I was now fully aroused but terribly frightened. My fright was increased much More by the appearance of two seeming balls of fire in one Corner of Tho room was desperate. I sprang for the matches and struck one. It was oue of the so called a parlor and burned up immediately. 1 saw in the Corner what now made me fairly quake the woman in Black a crouching and staring. She Rose up came toward me. I Felt myself coming under her influence. I Felt that if that happened i was oue. 1 made a wild dash for the door Ope cd it fairly jumped the stairs out of the front door and Here i am. I am sure that that was no human being. It was a spirit and a Devilish oue. 1 Here was no Opportunity for one in the flesh to enter m room unknown to me. I had securely bolted am locked my door before going to such was i version of the occur reduce Aud it seemed almost Neoe sary to believe bin. He is a Young Man. Highly respectable truthful Aud strictly temperate. No less than eight disciples of the Batou have deeded to serve longer on that beat. They can not endure the cold sweats and trepidation brought of by this Block mantled spirit. Ono or. At the Best two eur counters with tins specimen of a Crayon ology suffices Lor them. Their overcoats Are a Froin thick enough to exclude the Shivers. They allege a their reason for refusing to serve their inability to Cope with Tho Powers of darkness. The Corporal do not care now to see whether their patrolmen Are doing their duty in tit haunted neighbourhood. The reverberating sound of that Baton is heard on the Banquette but several Square from the ghostly Quarter. Alas for the courage of would be promoters of the Public peace ail the a experience except in the cae of the three a a exhilarated gentlemen were had by those who were in no Way under the influence of the ardent but in their natural sober senses. There is no Opportunity Here to charge these persons with excited imaginations brought of by alcohol a has been done in former cases it seems Stamige tint the experiences of these different people should so Accord a to the real cause. Can the a woman in Blacks be one of the Maeb ethian witches seeking her two Sisters Poi on a cause rare eve had treated him rough at a East Bill though it was rough and put him of of a Union Pacific train once for robbing�. One Day bid was operating of the train be a out on the p. To. Then and was getting i nest feathered pretty snugly when he ran Aero a Young Feller Siung in a seat by himself. Bill saw he was Green so he slaps him on the shoulder in a careless sort of Way. A id ask him Bis name. The lad thought he had Staniek a Friend so he told him he was a Nephew of Alex. Ramsey. Sheriff of Ellis county and was going out to Hay. Bit did no to want any belter Chance than a i to get even with . So a be sit Down Aud in a few minutes he had tin Young fellow s Money watch arid every thing. After he had fleeced him he turned to the boy and says a y a a go Home now and tel Ramsey that Canada Bill got Oil your Money. D not forget now Tell him that Lanada Bill got your Money for old acquaintance Sake. To a him you had to go without your super a cause i had your Money and that i Haven to gotten the time when he put me off that Union Pacific train and made me a when the boy got to Hays and told Ramsey about it you can bet is was mad. So he goes no on the read either with Jack Bridges or met Jck there. I done Bremem / quot _ i a cd Iulo a a a a a v in x u Rel % 4luia i about to place Ber which and they got on the same Tram with Canada Bill. Brit was Iri the smoking car. Flourishing around when Jack and Ramsey came in. Jack at Down in the Corner and Ramsey. Pulling his Bat Over his eyes goes to the seat where Canada iii was playing and bets on the game. Of course he lost but did no to say any thing to until about few was put up. When Ramsey pulled two big six Hooters Down on Bill and rays. A Tarn Down card. You know me. Hand that Money Over us a Quick a Bill was t scared at All he was too Cool for that but simply passed the Cash Over with the remark a of course the Money a your you won it. Yon hold the winning cards in your it broke Bill that play of ram eyes did. But he knew it want to Worth fooling with Ramsey. Bill was Good hearted but be liked to in the conservation with 91. Theirs 1818. I n. in fortnightly review the Queen the Duchess of Orieus the Duchesse of Nemours and Moat easier. Their children and Dames d Conneur and the Princess Clementine were All there and also Guizot and Broglie. Whenever during this Long night and morning the King went into that room he a ame Back irresolute. The door closed but we could hear weeping and robbing and ion voices. The be was a scene in Fanti it lasted perhaps ten minutes. Then the King entered bringing with him All this female into ump. A he sat Down the Duchess of Orleans threw herself before him with the children exclaiming. A a a ire n a it in ouch a my. In. A Turonne Esi crop Lourde pour won tons sea. Ponces la the Queen Bent Over him und embraced him. Crie of quot a Albu Arioul atm fat were now heard from the Ante room. The Queen s read Outtie quot the even re feature toe a a Rief Mied a Ganger. A Yuu do not gang. Bony Arm Over which Hung a Black Mantle. A revue Peu Aux eur tortious Jorie. I could not stay any longer. Abdication at this instant May Nave been prudent but i could not Bear to see it imposed on toe King by a crowd. I am Nat Rully absolute it is with difficulty that i can tolerate the opposition of my colleague but of All things that which i can least support is the dictation of a mob. I went Back to the Conr Des Tuil eries where i might find vent for my rage and anguish in the of which it seemed Likely to be the scene. I was walking up and Down with Bugeaud listening to toe approach of the firing and of the cries and from time to time to a bail breaking the Glass of some window above us when De Corcey ran to me from the chateau crying quot come Bak come Back we want your advice for toe i went Back but could not penetrate much further than toe door. Through a Vista of Heads i could see the King at his table slowly writing his abdication. He gave it to those near him who posed it on to Lara Orciere. I went Back to Tell Bugeaud. A we should have been he said a we should have been eur Reni. Maio a Moin a a auras tue que ques Millers de Ces Coa quins la he used a much Courser word it Cost i qui immediately afterwards we saw the crowd pouring from the Royal apartments under the Pavilion de la Horlboge toward the Garden. A passerine the Duchess of Orleans secretory came to and told us that Orden had been sent to toe stables in toe louvre for the carriages to meet the Royal family in the place de la concorde at the Gate of the subterranean passage which runs from the Tuil eries under the Terrace do Boru de la eau. Bugeaud and i followed the crowd through the gardens to the place de la concorde. In the Hope of meeting toe King at this Gate. Before we arrived toe Royal family were already there waiting for the carriages. To bring them had been a matter of difficulty Aud danger. One Coachman was shot on his Box and Only tyo Brougham not bearing any arms and mistaken for Cidad tact reached the place. The necessity of the precaution suggested by me an hour before of occupying Tho place de la concorde by a sufficient Force now appeared. The furious mob. Some of whom had now burst into the he menu. And others were trying to Rush into toe place would have spared to oue who appeared to form part of the court. But while some troop3 of the line assisted by the heroic defense of the chateau d eau kept Good the entrances into the place from toe Rue de Rivoli and toe Rue Faubourg st. Honor a regiment of Cui Rassier received in a Square the Royal family protected them while Thev were thrown into toe two carriages and went off with them at a Gallop along toe Quay below Passy. A we have nothing More to said Bugeaud. A i shall go Home. No one Wili touch me in this marshals dress but you had belter like an escort your Black coat will not be quot an escort quot i said quot would be of Little use against 100.000 insurgents. I shall find my Way a 1 can. And so we patted. In a few minutes i was recognized a id pressed of. If i had fallen or if i had resisted my life was gone. Nothing is More Good natured More kind than a parisian mob unless its destructive passion Are roused but the slightest Accident will Rouse them. They put to in mind of a couple of Grey hounds which a Friend of mine bred no with a Luke. Am three were the Best friends pos Cable. Once in sport the Hare ran from the dogs they pursued her the dormant instinct was roused and they killed her. A battalion of the National guard saved me and Ca ried me across the Bridge to toe palais hour Bou. 1 went info the Sale de Pas Perdus which served As an anteroom to toe chamber and found it full of deputies. They urged me to go into the chamber. A no a 1 said. Quot i will have nothing More to do with you. Your venality your subservience your selfishness your opposition to Reform Sotir determination to monopolize for yourselves and for your Laud jul of electors ail the. Honor and profits of the government have dethroned the Monarch and perhaps destroyed tue Constitution. I will never enter again that Den of infamy and and i left them in order to get Back As Well a i could by the Quai de palsy and the Boulevard ext Rieur to my own a Oak. A North Carolina paper says there is in Watauga county in that state a flourishing Oak tree of vigorous growth the leave of which when they lint burst Forth in the Spring Are of a Bright Golden color and retain this oof or during their whole growth and maturity. In the autumn when the coming Frost dyes the other Forest leaves in the Wavy Brilliant hues which five such Wolf Kerful Beauty to the Mountain sides the leaves on thir remarkable tree begin at length to Tom Green adopting As their own the fresh tint that is just departing irom the other a Man at Vewburg lost a 1300 Diamond pin in a vat of boiling soap but he has soap of recovering it. Tux subject of singing mice is receiving considerable attention among the subscribers to nature and letters describing the my Sica habit of these interesting Little creatures Are contributed by various observers. One writing from Menotti. France says a Flat Winter we occupied the rooms we now do at Menton Early to february we heard As we thought the Ong of a Canary and fancied it was outside our Balcony however to our discovered that the Singer was in our Salon and that the song Ier was a mouse. At that time the weather was rather cold and we had a Little Are and the mouse spent most of the Flay under the fender whore we kept it supplied with bit of biscuit. In a few Days it became quite tame and would Ute event of her death without a will her property real and personal descend to her heirs. Sita has foil Power to make a will which requires three wet Nesea. In new Hampshire a a rid woman can hold property la her of n name May make contract sue and be sued and Coa dispose of her property by will. And. In Case of her Draco without a will her husband u excluded from any Khare in her estate. A will requires three Witowic in Vermont a married woman is entitled to the lame right of property a in new . Will require Toree subscribing wit Croe. In Massachusetts a married woman May Boll property separate from her he nand without intervention of a us tee. A need conveying Bud to a married woman must by recorded within ninety Days of it delivery or tire Load will be Hable for the husband s Fleola. Any married woman Over Twenty one Yean of age May i pose of her property by Wal. Provided her Hub to do a consent hoi Oreed on the will in writing. Ii toe devise is to her husband his Content is not Nec Eara by. Wilis Mutt be sinned in the presence of three subscribing witnesses. In Rhode Island a married woman i entitled to Ber separate estate which is not liable for her husband s debts nor e control the use of it. She May dispose of it by will in the presence of three subscribing wines a. In Connecticut the wife is anti ted to her separate estate which sue owned before tar froze. The proceeds of any property granted to her after is held by the husband As trustee for her and her children and his executors must account for the same. With the consent of her husband he May i pose of her property by wih which must the signed in the presence of three wines a. In new York a married woman a absolute control of her separate estate and is entitled to demand a conveyance of any pro erty held in Trust for her. Provided sue has a fee simple estate in the same. She has a right to Deposit m it Uey in a Bank in her own Quacie and draw out the same by Check. A will requires but two attesting witnesses. In new Jersey the separate property of toe wife is not liable for toe debts of the husband. Wilts must be signed in presence of two subscribing witnesses. In Pennsylvania the separate property of a amp tried woman owned by her before marriage or which she a become the owner of after marriage is free from any liability except for her own debts Aud then not until toe creditor fads to obtain toe amount of debt from the husbands estate. If. However judgment is obtained against the husband for the wrongful act of toe wife toe creditor Mutt Firat exhaust toe wife a separate property before he eau Levy on the husbands. Wilts must be in writing and signed by Ibe testator. Or by some one at his request and must be proved by two competent witnesses. In Delaware the wife a property is liable for the debts of the husband unites certain Legal proceedings Are taken to prevent such liability. D ills must be in writing signed either by the testator or some one at his request and Mutt be proven by two subscribing witnesses. In Maryland toe wife a Date enactment. Is protected from Levy and Sale for debts of her husband by he m y make a will with the consent of her husband subscribed to it. Hills must be in w riling and signed by the testator. Or some one at ins request and shall be subscribed in the presence of the testator by at least Toree witnesses. the Law of Virginia a married woman a property is subject to the debts of her he band. the Law of West Virginia the separate estate of the wife is not responsible for any but her own debts wills in both state must be written and signed by the testator in the presence of two competent witnesses who must subscribe the same. In North Carolina a woman separate estate is not liable for the debts of her husband. Wilts must be written signed by him or seme person in his presence at his request Aud Shal be subscribed by two witnesses present. In South Carolina married women have no right of property unless eom erred upon them by ant nuptial settlements. Wills must be in writing signed by the testator or by some one for him in the presence of three subscribing witnesses ail of whom must be of full age. In Georgia the lands and personal property of toe wife become the property of the husband so that he has Complete control Over them. A will must be in writing and signed by the testator or by some one in his presence at his request and inst be subscribed by three competent witnesses. toe Laws of Texas ail property real or personal belonging to a woman before marriage continues after marriage to be a separate estate and not liable for her husbands debt. Will must be in writing signed by the testator or some one for him at his request and must be witnessed by two persons of Legal age in his presence. In Florida married women Are entitled to All the property owned by them previous to marriage and All that they May become possessed of after marriage. A will must be in writing signed by the testator or by some one in his presence and must be attested by three competent witnesses who must subscribe the same in the presence of the testator. The Law in Alabama As to married women a separate estate is the same As that of Texas. It is not liable for her Hub to do a debts. Wills must be in writing signed by the testator or by some one in his presence in the presence of three subscribing witness. In Mississippi married women have the a ame rights As to their separate property As is Given by toe Law of Tex Wiit must be in writing signed by the testator in the presence of three subscribing witnesses. In Arkansas the separate property of the wife is not liable for the debts of her husband. Wills must be signed by the testator or by Tome one at his request and must be witnessed by two witnesses who must subscribe their names of toe will. the Louisan Laws a married woman i entitled to her separate property which is not liable under any circumstances tor her husbands debts. Wills inst be signed by the testator in the presence of three witnesses and in presence of a notary. It May be signed by the testator enclosed in an envelope. And then handed to a notary and acknowledged by the the Tator to be Lii will in presence of the notary and seven witnesses who must All endorse their names on the envelope. In Tennessee the separate estate of any married woman can not be made liable tor her husbands debts. Wills must be in writing Sisr sed by the testator or some one in his presence at his request Aud subscribed to by two witnesses. In Kentucky the right of the married woman to her separate estate is the same As in Tennessee. Wills must be executed the same As in Tennessee. In Ohio Indiana and Michigan the separate property of the wife is free irom liability for the debt of the husband. And wills must be signed by the testator or by some one at his request in the presence of two or More subscribing witnesses. In Illinois the wife a separate property is protected from her husbands creditors by statute. The married women of Illinois acquired by the Law of 1874 the right to do almost every thing. They can blessed privilege Sno their own particular tyrants. When a husband deserts i wife the latter has the custody of the children. If the husband stays out of the state a year Aud does nothing to support his wife during that time or if he is imprisoned in the Penitentiary the wife can. Upon obtaining a order from a court of record manage his property absolutely. The wife is not at All liable for the husbands debts incurred before marriage. And Only to exceptional circumstances for those incurred afterwards. She can manage any business independently except in ease of a partnership which Sho can not enter without her husbands consent. A wife a earnings eau not be touched by her. Husband or his creditor. A married woman can aeon ire. Possess and sell real and personal pro it erty a freely As a married Man can. This list of abilities is expected to be largely increased the present year so As to include suffrage and other incidentals. Wills must be executed in the same manner As in Ohio. In Iowa Missouri and Wisconsin the separate property of the wife can not be affected by the husbands debt wilis must be signed and sealed by the testator in the presence of two or More subscribing witnesses who shall subscribe the same at the request of the testator by the Law of California Kansas Minnesota Nebraska and Oregon the separate estate of married women eau not be interfered with by their husbands. Under no circumstances can they be made liable for their husbands 1 its. All wills must be signed by the testator or by some person in his presence in the pc ence of two or More subscribing witnesses. In the wave is managed Ber and a Ante. As. I regaling a he of vat with a fire Aoh. Ai Ltd it shich permitted of a great Deal of fab Flint i sound on the part of the spectators she retired and appeared again in Ugat the vision was to a . Ard the Boot Blacks and near boffo fairly brought the he Gnu a Down in their enthusiasm. I after several other numbers the stage was cleared for the Dag a tax Ere presenter or. Bobby he Are Colfo judge for Williams Vic Barney Mcgee judge for Puckert. And or. Deven referee. Come and too seats on the a sri. The principals then made to Speare a w dam woo tip toad a id sat flatten in for tue first dance. He is quite a Yonng Man i quot and was neatly got up. After he had concluded dancing John quot of a mama. A America s a a Menothe front Aud from the sepia a while he was 1 dancing it was evident that quot a in Encao a own had friends in front s piece of diplomacy that bad a reaped she mention of a the Laona snare w iils us Frau hed or. Derm the referee r a rate to the front and to Tarod unit Julian is had Ute Maten. Tiv genl of says a american women dress Lika bar Republic come to in end by luxurious habits Monarch of by poverty. A hark Shook a lady go fora husband to a gentlemen s furnishing store of course. Rot Skau he who is the most slow in making a Promise is the most wait Oil la toe trance of it. A lout Tana Man has been married five times within a year and exchanged tot last wife fora Shotgun. One lady in Maine boasts of hair eight feet and Ora Foci in length and that she a refused a offer of 8 000 for in Bruy Ere As Riche and favor forsake a Man. We discover Lii in to by Fuji but nobody could find it out in i Prosperity. Tire editor who so a lady m King for the Only empty ses in a ear found him Elf a crowded out to i axe re Tom for More interesting the pc pm experiences temporary Relief especially in toe morning bus every attempt he make to assume a sitting posture or dates a collapse. There is More gum chewed in Maine than in any other state in the ton Post. That san error. Mass Chews Ike Belfast journal. But Down in Maue the misses Chew al a my dear a asked mrs. J. Of her husband on coming h Ine from Church the other Day. A what was the a wettest thing Yon a in bonnets a quot the ladies face a was the Bland reply. A Massachusetts girl swallowed a hair pin about six weeks ago and married three Days a fur a amp re. New then girls its risky but you cuu to get any thing Good without some . A Young lady of Clinton Iowa sent Twenty five cents and a postage Tea up in reply to an advertisement of a How to make an impression a and received for a answer a bit Down of a pan of country residents for a distance of ten Milf a or so around Richmond Are complaining that they can to sleep a Wink to fore oue o clock at night now to the continuous Cia Tiet of tire Bell punch a. A Corros Mill is to be built at Niagara Falls next Spring and io.noo.ooe.08� horse Power will be . New old nag. Will loom no big Ger a Ever. The a three a tigers a will of course turn factory gals. One California Fanner claims to have killed six thousand wild gee a this year hut Tony wont make any difference w the cd Aldornia hotel Beds. They wiil still be made up of buttons and Detroit free press. A Young Man in Macon was running for an office the other night. The Osiier candidate was the Yar dog of his prospective father in Law. The do finally withdrew from the Cauvins Aud the Young Man succeeded in electing a in Elf. A what is a Dollar a asks the graphic. It s just the same As gratitude something of which we two More than we . Or like a clocked moot me on a Muddy crossing we would like to see More of it the crossing of times. A eth said the clerk to a. Veneering who was in acting the pictures a is an example of von sticking Hemud a rising Gorra n quot of a said mrs. Veneering turning up her critical nose a an example is it so he Hasni to got through with his lessons yet a there is a russian proverb which says that misfortune is next door to stupidity Aud it Wili generally be found mat men who Are constantly lamenting their a Biuzek Are Only reaping tire sons a inc news or their own neglect mismanagement i Providence or want of smiles. An eng till woman writes a i have just made the acquaintance of an american lady who married a Frenchman a Man of title who has made away with her Money and run off with her lady a maid. She is very Lovely Aud fascinating and in now supporting herself by managing a Large i when you see a 1 by on the Street Stop and and a Denim kick and reach backward and downward done to be alarmed its not a brickbats she is after. As soon As she shakes out the old Oyster carts entangled in her Trail that same Sweet smile will return and everywhere Tho Street contractor hails the woman with a Trail As a Blessing. A horse expresses his characteristics through Biz feet and his neck. If he feels his Oats he dances gingerly and curves his neck. If he feels proud he makes a Circle with All the precision of an Engineer. If he is impatient or playful he makes specific and probably readable stampings with his fore Teeth if you tease him tie takes your photograph with i Hind legs. On a railway line recently a passenger stooped the conductor and asked a Why does not the train run fatter a a it goes fast enough to suit us. If you done to like the rate of Speed get off and walk a was the rejoinder. A i would a replied the passenger settling Back in his sent quot but my friends would a t come for me until the Tram comes in. And i done to want to be waiting around the station two or three a Young Nimrod wants to know if he will have to nay More than fifty dollars for a Good thoroughbred Well trained setter. We done to know it depends on the Man of whom ii buys. If we owned All the dogs this Side of the dark flowing styx he could have the lot f. O. B., buyer the month for nine dollars and a half and the Back taxes. And then wed always be ashamed to look Nim in the face whenever we thought of toe nine Hawkeye. Of two of the children of a Pennsylvania Blacksmith it is said a one is a girl of six years that weighs eleven pounds and can neither walk nor speak. She was born without eyes of eyelids the skin being drawn tightly Over the sockets. The other is a Gil l almost Lour years old and is also very Small but a trifle heavier than her sister. She is similarly deformed the principal difference being that she has the partial sight of one Eye. Their hearing is Good. They Are in perfect health and eat As heartily As any of the family and Taka great Delight in by Piug All women play car is alike. Watch a woman at a game of whist and you la get a pretty Correct idea of How All women play whist a la me Henry. Is it my play let me see second hand lows that s the first time around of that suite ainu to it Well. Ill play no i hardly think i will now Yon Stop looking at my hand did you see any things of course in a going to play but i must have time to think what a Trumps a Spades i thought a Turas clubs Well. In Llu not yes Well there a then she will clap an Ace on her partners King and insist upon keeping the trick for fear Sho will to cheated out of it in the final county Oshkosh Christian add Vocate. Dan ring Hatch. New York Herald the London variety the iter was packed to suffocation yesterday afternoon As the match Between Willis Piekert a the Lancashire lad a and John Williams. A America s 0�vn.�?T�?T hot a created quite a sensation on the East Side. The spectators were appreciative and applauded their favourites. The blog dance was set Down for 4 p. M., but for two hours before that the spectators wore regaled with a variety performance in which the Quantity probably made no for the Quality. One gentleman in spangles and tights balanced about a dozed chairs on the end of his Chin and reaped considerable applause. But Bis reception could not compare Puth that awarded to the Stout lady Singer who followed. She exhibited great Talent old time defense of paper Honey. A number of the Worcester Magazine of the year 1786, contains several articles of permanent interest among which is one with the heading a paper Money raised from the dead by Eek Eto for Ilse that reads As follows quot gentleman of Saul a character Why Hast Thon raised me ? i should have thought i had friends enough in America to have risen up and vindicated my character but alas though in almost every newspaper my character is run Down As though i was one of the worst of villains and i had been the greatest enemy of America i can not find that i have any Friend that dares to stand up and boldly speak a word in my behalf. But i Trust the Cotti Tinnent will lend an ear while i speak briefly in my own defense. Who a few years ago would have thought that americans Conid so soon have had their eyes Din sign cd by the beams of yellow dust and so soon been handled on the knee of foreign manufactures when they had so solemnly exclaimed against them Aud so soon be rocked asleep in the arms of luxury. But if there is any Foo awake or can possibly he awakened lot them remember fib reek from whence they were hen and the Hole of the pit from whence they were digged. Of a More Ica in a few years How Art Thon fallen by thy wicked conduct by thy ingratitude thou Lnig a raised thy old Friend even from the dead quot poor proud prodigal America do remember thy Low estate when Britain thirsted for thy blood and treasure thou wast then so exhausted quot by this Long Trade with England that thou Hadst no medium to stand a contest with England for i thine own natural rights. Had it not been j for me thou must Nave been crushed be i Neath thy foe. And forever swallowed a. But j pitied thy miserable condition�?1 appeared Early j for toy Relief by to your armies were raised Tothea victuals a und paid i delivered Many ont of distress and difficulty i raised Many from that Dunghill who now despise me. And exalted them to great renown in this 1 never deserted Vona arm�., As Many of your pretended friends did. But kept with you under All your difficulties though Britain and All tie tories did me so Many injuries. You had All my health and strength when i was itt my youth Ami prims of life. �?o1 spent my life Fortune and character for America a id though i died in their defense and to their great advantage like a Good genera1 left Victory in tight to cheer surviving americans. But i can laugh disdain to the face if Arnone of Thelva rage and Miil co. I died for their Deli chm from foreign foes and will Riso again to deliver them from their do Mosul ones rather than America should be forever of saved by toe lovers of Thoyl a Low dust a

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