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The Pkt Uro of thy Gloer lne Jmae Loti nay. Ilia won t do nor think hut now Nyel Ikirt i a a a Prvul Lull cars from London. From tote new Vork Mirror. What the writer has seen of this world for Twenty four days�?77/e it Assn Gers of tic or it Canias the differ once Between american and English custom House officers the marking classes Here i Anale dress Hustles a writing against the physician s orders Etc. My l Kar Morris All i have seen of England for the last twelve a lays has been the four Walls of a bed room mid As All 1 saw of the world for the twelve Days previous in the Interior of a packet s state room 1 May fairly claim like the razor grinder to have a no Story to you shall have however what cob jobs i picked from the Cor ners. If the a a Brittannia a bad Burnt in thu it passage and it Pace amp in had Arisen from its ashes the Plim Nix would have i Een a Well compounded cosm polite for did you Ever see such variety of nations in uric a hip s company As this from England 1u Mexico 2 Scotland 0 Wusi Indio 8 Ireland to East indie to Wale 1 writ i a Guiana 1 Canada 8 go Almata 8 failed Staten 12 Denmark 1 France 4 Poland 1. Spain i Germany 8 of the germans 2 were from Liano Vor 2 from. 1 lamp Margh 1 from Duden 1 from Lubec 2 from Doromon and 1 from Ile Mault. Oncu was it gone of the Scotchman pud was the Only one on Board i fancy for whom lame had made any great outlay of trumpeting. Six clergy men ii served As our Protection against the icebergs. 1 doubt whether Tiu Atlantic had Ever before such a Broad Vuko of divinity drawn across it. Probably the True Fui tii was in some of their kit pings 1 1 Wisla to ask a per Soivil favor of All the Friend of who a inv w he arc in the offices of american custom houses Viz that they would retaliate upon englishmen in the most vexatious manner possible the silly and useless impediments thrown in the Way of passengers Landing at Liverpool. To propped Anchor with a custom 1 Louse Steamer alongside and our baggage Lay on deck two hours time enough to be examined twice Over before it was transferred to the government vessel. We and our baggage were then taken ashore and landed at n custom House. Put not to be examined there of no it must be put into carts and carried a mile and a half to another custom Jlou Sand there it would be delivered of us if to were there to see it examined we landed at ten of clock in tic morning and with my utmost exertions i did not get my baggage till three. The Cost to me of porterage fees Etc., was three dollars and a half besides the theft of t to or thre Esmul articles belonging to my child i was too ill to laugh and i therefore passed the matter Over to my resentments. I Trust my particular share wifi he remembered in the coming wars of Oregon. A during the four or five hours that 1 was playing the Hanger on to a vulgar and sauce custom House officer it Liverpool one or two con tras a or it in at my Dull Eves contrasts Between what i had left and what was Lic Foro me. The most striking was the utter Vanl of Hoyte. In the countenances of the working class a the look of dogged submission and animal endurance of their condition of life. They act like horses and cow. A showy equipage Goc by and they have not the curiosity to look up. Their gait is that of tired donkeys saving As much trouble at leg lifting us possible. Their Mouths and Eye Are Almly sensual expressing no capability of a Wunt above food. Their dress i without a thought of More Thau warmth and Cov orig drab covered with dirt. Their voices arc a Hill note above a Grunt. Indeed comparing their condition with the horse i would prefer being an English horse to being an English Workingman. And you will easily see the very Strong contrast there is Between plus picture and dial of the ambitious and Lively working men of our country. Auto lick contrast strikes probably All americans on first Landing that of female dress. The entire absence of the ornamental of any thing indeed except decent covering in Ali Classe below the wealthy is particularly English and particularly in american. I do not believe you would find ten female servants in new York without Pardon Rny naming it a yet 1 saw As Many As two Hundred women in the streets of Liverpool and hot one with a Bustle i 1 saw some ladies get out of carriages who wore them so that it is not because it is not the fashion but simply because the Pride of those whose stacks form but one line docs not outweigh the Price of the they wore thick shoes such As scarcely a Man would w ear with us no gloves of course and their whole appearance was that of females in whose mind never entered the thought of ornament on week Days. This trifling exponent of the condition in women in England has a Largo held of speculation within and aft Iund it and the result of philosophizing on it would to vastly in favor of our Side of the water. A Thi letter is written on my first Day of sitting up and directly against the doctors orders you will give my invalid brain the credit of coming cheerfully into harness. Yours faithfully n. P. W . Resolution resolve to perform what you ought perform without fail what Vou resolve

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