Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
9 Jul 1862

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9 Jul 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 9, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJuly a a bittting �jo1 a rabbi or a>meaicaaa>oacs>s3> a _ a itally and Pron Velv executed at the a Deb Tieb office Lebanon Penn a Tsig a Stabli Finif it is now Nupp Hod or than extensive a a for Timmy of Job Type Winch wit be increased As the patronage Derry us. It can new turn out printing of every description in a neat and expeditions manner and on very Reaboun abut Cerny a. Such amps pamphlets chocks business cards a amp Adb ills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare invitations tickets ac., a. It amp do zits of Alt kinds. Ciamon and judgment Bonds. School Justice pm constables and other Biz Mes printed correctly and neatly on the bust paper constantly kept for Sale at office at proles a to suit the v subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year. Address we. A a Roblin Lebanon la a. A erg. L x hot an abolitionist. Inscribed to the author of the Linos a i am an Aioli to Louis a. In a not an abolitionist i i glory in the thought write not my name with theirs who have my country a ruin wrought my you utry Home of Light and Power the watchword of the free my dear dear Laud in every part is Ever dear to me. A not an abolitionist i 1 am Content to be just what the ancient patriarchs were and saints of High degree. To follow whore our bathers led to Kneel where they have Knelt and ask that Over All our land a Odd a blessings May to Felt. In a not an abolitionist i a of no a i Only claim with christians men of every Cree to write my Humble name with their who of the Golden Rule ail Monad Judy Brethren Call. Nor jul Flor nor taunt nor sneer nor hate tor evils great or Small. And i know the poor Black Man is loved far More by me than by these men of evil name Aud wasted Sanctity. They love thro1 hate i love through love. And history will show that they have brought him Only pain a heritage of to. In a not an abolitionist i North South Aud East and West Sta Chato their fights and Why should i claiming that i Linow Best. Decide for them f and fiercely swear that each shall choose my path or be forever victims of. My hatred Aud my Wrath i in a not a abolitionist eneu Moses could not steal the Ines of Israel from the King to whom they owed their Lead. Day after a by gods command with miracles of woe lie waited for their owners voice a a in in let your people Hen that voice comes out they must go to find their a a promised land a out from their Home of bondage out. By their gods command. Longing for Leeks and onions lost. Dying upon the Way Bat m the end dark Attica making a land of Day a Elm non vol. 14�?no. 3. Lebanon pa., wee keep the heart Young. Keep the heart Young though Ihu Sands ebb Low and the Silver Oord be parting through Tom wrinkles come and the roses go and the first Grey hairs Are starting. Smooth if you cart the narrowed Chi pfc and the brow where years Are written Dye. If you will those locks go sleek till your ago be us ugly hidden. A but he heart May be Young, Al 1 its inner life revealing and its pulses leap blood run cold like the Brook through the Dingle stealing. As the Pearl keeps fair in its sunken Shell Beach be wasting Ever. And the Springs still gush in the Shady Dell while the dying Day beams quiver. As the leaves fade not on the Ivy Green with the rest in autumn weather Xet Tho links keep brighten their Golden Light a Nat dbl amp dub All a Quot a afloat and ashore i two hours in the Waters of long1 Island sound ,. By. Stanley u. Chapter i. A boat ride and a storm. It was a Beautiful Day about the Middle of May 1861, that after dining i left the Pree nets of far famed Yale accompanied by j. Harley w., of Green mount pa., and t. Clark s., of Pittsburg pa., who were both my College mates. We proceeded to to. 174 Chapel st., new Haven the sent of this venerable institution where i was then Rooming to take a social smoke and whilst inhaling the luscious perfumes of our fragrant a Bannas for a time to Bury in Happy oblivion the. Dull routine of College exercises. Whilst smoking and having exhausted various topics previously or attention we concluded to take a sail. The Day was Calm just Breeze enough stirring to plough the Billows of the dark deep Blixie Waters of the Beautiful Island decked Spund. It was just such a Day As a those when in the wide expanse of the jul Ioc Pacific the Golden crested dolphins re represent led by in Ari n Erb As coming to the surface to display their . Nature which in the higher latitudes of new in. Land is obliged to struggle longer with Stern Winter before be gains the Victory than in the sunny realms of the South was just cot mencing to desk herself in her most Lovely charms. Having proceeded to the Harbor we hired from capt. Brooks the a Lennet a a , Swift sailing Schooner. Merrily we danced across the Waves hardly taking note of the time until the dim hazy outline of the now Cicely perceptible Connecticut Shore warned us that we bad accomplished a distance of about 20 Miles in an incredible Short space of time. We then directed our course to a Small Island to gather shells and spend a few hours in watching the Billows which were even now roiling faster and higher than when we departed from the Harbor burst upon the Sandy Beach. Our pleasure however was of Short duration. Searce by bad we landed upon the Island when the heavens grew Black and in a the Milky distance of the far West was Beard the sullen mutterings of the impending storm. Over both t Earth and sea was sad Deply stretched a As if the guardian spirit of storms was determined to make us respect the impunity with which we had dared to trifle with his dominions. We instantly proceeded to our anchored vessel took up the Anchor and unfurled the sails hoping that by giving All sail to the heightening Breeze we might still be so fortunate As to reach the a City of elms before the storm should burst in fury upon our Heads. Alas How delusive frequently Are the fondest expectations of Man. 1 was the Only person in the party who had any knowledge of sailing or managing a vessel the knowledge of which-1 obtained Early in my College career when being connected with a boat club termed the a Atlanta a consequently i was unanimously appointed to take charge of the Craft. This had been an easy task whilst All had been smooth sailing upon the Placid Waters o the sound but now conveyed with it a fearful responsibility i Felt conscious that upon my own unaided exertions depended our lives. Startled by the peril which had suddenly burst upon us i gave my orders with promptitude and soon our Schooner was under a full head sail for the spacious Harbor of the a Elm As we advanced the sky grew Darker and Darker whilst the storm a raged tempestuous by. The fierce Roll of the Thunder drum of heaven was heard whilst the lurid lightnings played before and around us with dazzling brilliancy a phenomenon which startled us the More on account of being so unusual at that season. Beneath the influence of the Gale which was now pressing upon ours Tili expanded sails the Lee and aft scuppers were pressed to the very Waters Edge whilst the heavy Strain of the blast upon the rigging and the creaking of the Cordage warned us that even our staunch vessel could not Long withstand so tremendous a Squali. By Mutual consent we now divested ourselves of our Coats and other superfluous garment hoping to preserve them from being soiled by the Billows of the foaming brine whip of i were now at almost every moment a dashing Over the sides of the Vess Fedj t and also for the purpose of allowing i our lung More Freedom should it become necessary to swim for our lives. Had i followed the dictates of prudence and of my own judgment would have instantly taken in the j sails and anchored our vessel or if pursuing our course at All have done so under Bare poles. I however allowed the dictates of my own better judgment to be overruled by the wishes of our Friend or. W., who. Was the most terrified of All on Board having never previously witnessed a storm at sea. Amidst the terrible flashing of the rain As it descended in torrents the wild heaving of the Billows and the still increasing darkness of the sky our Hopes of reaching the City in safety were momentarily decreasing. There seemed to be naught awaiting Lis but to be engulfed in a watery grave with no survivor to chronicle to the living our premature Fate. It appeared indeed As if old aeolus of mythic fable bad marked us As his victims and was pouring upon us his legions Stern and vast determined to overwhelm us. Even in that hour of uncertainty gloom and Sable darkness i was forcibly Bruek with the similarity of our position to that of the Noble Aeneas and Bis Brave band of Trojan followers so beautifully described by Virgil in the opening verses of the first Book of aeneid. I now Felt the following lines with far More Force than when at College. I first perused this grand Okle pie poem in the original under Trio instructions of prof. A in sequitur cla Morque Virum Stridor one rads tum Eri Piunt Suldo babes cola que did quo Yenc Norum sex a cup Ponto nox Ioe Obat a tra Inton nere poli of Crebs a Micat Ign bus aether Traaen Lemque Isris intendant Omnia having charge of both Helm and the rope attached to the Mainsail i found Ray duties More onerous than i could possibly perform. Wearied by my extraordinary labor i requested or. To take charge of the rope attached to the sail which had severely chafed my hand. Whilst i had charge of the rope 1 had Given it to the wind As i considered most prudent arid i had directed or. Upon taking the rope to the sail to in the same manner and also to Folio such other direct Iorine As i might from time to Timo confide to him. He was a Maiio Gigantic size and of great muscular Powers in fact Ofa perfect a colossus immediately upon taking com Mand of the main sail either actuated by fear or on account of not being Able Folly to comprehend my directions , amp �17 of to Man sad a Outing of Cabala Luce do. And Dalj Tbs cd body a notched tic soy from the a a of the Trajo no a a re Calm Aiu upon Thada. The Pale Biva a a , Fra Naai a int no Naff and a Utt Tutki Mir we pwn it Ddai in it rain. Twenty eight do Lars covering the entire Cost of repairing it a whilst Cilip Pringi from our watery berth up the Sid a of tie Steamer we ascertained to of i Chagrin that it was Cov ered with ladies a who were standing Gaz own a it a c hushed a i it. Mesday july 9, 1862. Gather in the a is Olpp wrecked vessel i and our Vess Las Tow All ready to be attached to the Teenier which proved to be the Quot Elm i a a so that no material damage noted upon the Schooner ing Damp in Over the Larboard bulwarks \ latest style of straight jacket. Thl sympathizing eith to Kir condition. Sidt it ring Quot a air condition divested of our were already i Neath the Savli rated by the que we had Beers a can easily belies he pulled Tho sail towards himself during our s a in the water we had with All his strength. The wind had a been Able Serai be us it May appear to i momentarily puffed and no perceptible result was produced by not noticing that he was acting in this manner i now devoted my attention entirely to the Helm. The next moment the Gate came Down with unusual Force As is usually the Case after a momentary Luff. Instead of giving the sail to the wind As i had directed him or. Or still endeavoured to keep it firm to i. Position. The consequence was that which any sea than would have been Able to foretell. In the twinge Irigon an Eye our vessel having first made a heavy plunge upon her Beani ends was capsized and we All went rolling out like a Bushel of potatoes. As we descended Down a Down into ten fathoms of water i breathed a hurried prayer and a last Farewell to my friends and my far off Home. C h How All the wild freaks of the past and All the glowing anticipations of future Fame happiness and renown alike in h moment flushed in vivid review before me. Soon these reflections were lost in a sort of a pleas j ing sensation unlike anything that i had Ever previously experienced. I can Only describe it a a soothing dream in which i was Only conscious that i existed but scarcely knew where i was and could not collect my mind sums Oieda try to think upon any subject a then i knew thatt was drowning. Chapter ii. The peril and the Rescue. How Long we remained in the water before we arose to the surface i am unable to state. At any rate it seemed to me like an age of the most awful intensity. Neither do i know who first reached the surface. No sooner however did or. Quot Peak his Phil a above the surface than his Long legs were Over the Side of the foundered vessel taking a Hunch a fling at dressing gowns my name is. Albert fling l am an _ Active business married Man that is a wedded to mrs. Fling and married to business. I had the misfortune some time since to break a leg and before it was mended Madame filing limping to soothe my hours of convalescence caused to to made for me a dressing gown which on duo reflection i believe was modelled after the con being to our hats boots,>&c., buried Jend being almost Buffo lines or Saltwater which Lexie d. To inspire you Gentie Reader that it was the River Sipf i peasant to hear the a a fair sex a the fewer clustered a Odrid thick Abov Dpi synch exclamations As a Apo per create to pow coid they must be a Wellm j recollect that immediately upon our Felong aboard the Steamer a lady to whoa amp or And i had the exquisite pleasure of Beiring introduced to a few evenings Jin Alousi ift the convivial Circle tithe. Joel of the wealthiest i Tzeh dilh., rushed up to or. S., and in her handkerchief and general assist apr. He being mortified by the crop Fdl round us exclaimed a shut up we Djit want any of your com Misera Tyciris f Quot but As Aiom but trite saying expresses it a Amis Formes never comes our adventure a my nest the ladies on Board Quot the pm Dity a were but the commencement or our difficulties. When we arrived attly Dwarf we found the land ing far from our rooms and without any respectable a spare. In truth a think we were As dilapidated a set of mariners As old Neptune has Ever sep fit to spare from his backed position with hair dishevelled he i a in. We Besought or. Who had was observed to cast his eyes up to the us Ere it than or. And i to take lowering sky which was now thick Over j cornpass9j-on Buie condition and bring cast with ebon Clouds a in such a Peniten-1 us no or r00iris some suitable clothing tial mood and with muscle drawn and i to staring of a Host of looked anxious look As if it were his last he cried on a w�?T4l5 whom we were a a what i to be done Wiere is my Hatly 1 quaint ,1ie Lre compelled to make and then we All set in a it Hhd Lorhn let help help Rescue us from the bosom reach our comfortable quarters of angry Neptune a under the genial influence of dry cloth truly All things appeared gloomy to in and a he Meerschaum our toils trials our Little shipwrecked band. We were and per la us adventure were soon forgot stil ten Miles from the shores of the Quot Elm ten or recollected Only with a feeling of City a consequently beyond the reach of gratitude that we had escaped. But it mortal Aid. No treble sound of ours was Long before we heard the last of our would be Able to reach the Shore and no adventure amongst the fair daughters of Eye Vas upon us but that a fall seeing Eye which never slumbers. Our condition was indeed forlorn and destitute of Hope. One of my first movements upon reaching the surface was to compel To take his Long legs off our of a in Der a bark which i observed was gradually sinking from Liis ponderous weight and like the rest of the party seek his safety in Sawitri ing or rather floating along with his hands new England. It was not occasionally that we were asked when we expected to take another boat ride on the sound or whether u e considered our toilet As we promenade up the City after leaving the Steamer in the height of elegance in our Friend a. Who was not gifted a with As great Savity of manners As we was not always will Jug to receive these jokes with As great a nonchalance As we were. Attached to the vessel. A whilstthu3 keep he sometimes came Vei y near consigning ing ourselves above the Billows the i�51 questioners to a mythical Sumter every moment dashing Over Ris a a or re flex i Fanean Region chiefly remarkable Lor its Lions were far from being of the most a Kes of sulphurous fire i have since fre pleasant character by it with that Instinc-1 Tuc Niy seen storms upon the sea but Tive love of life which is Ever found in Man we determined to cling on whilst one Ray of Hope remained. We were not Long also in ascertaining that our boots were a Burden to us hence we unanimously agreed to dispense with them and thus gave them to the lashing Waves of the mighty deep. Then the idea that our watches and Coats were put in the Cabin shortly before the capsize seized or. Tho. Clarke mind. His watch was of great value and a last present of one of his most intimate relatives. Hence he at once determined to Hazard his life for his watch. In vain did we implore him not to attempt so rash and inconsiderate Ari . All at never i Fie Rev Shiave i witnessed one of greater intensity or violence than that which i have Nijst described in a Brief manner. J a a a a a it is ple Sanjy when romantic adventures and half breadth escapes of this kind have passed to occasionally refer to them and reflect upon what Brittle threads hang our exis ence upon this mundane sphere. On class of adventures however i behave in it More pleasant to reflect than those Ugor the bosom of old Ocean. There is a by away. And a Sublimity of grandeur connect do with the. Ocean whether it lays piling in its Glassy smooth j Ness when gentle zephyrs Are dallying once he descended into the water sough with it it and its is Calm and sunny his Way into the Cabin miraculous As it As a babes first Sweet sleep of innocence was brought Forth not Only his own watch but in addition or. and my own amp a. For two hours we remained in this fearful Quot condition. Alternate Hope and despair would take Possession of our breasts. A but hark a what sudden noise is that in the offing a yes there can be no mistake a Steamer is coming up with fearful plunges directly in our track perhaps her passengers May see us and then we will be rescued of what a re animating Joy thrills each heart at this Prospect or perchance and at that thought each Cheek is blanched still paler with fear she May plough her Way right Over us in the midst of the storm and we be buried in the briny Bill rows never to Rise again. With feeble cries we Hail the vessels. A thank Grid we have been heard a life buoy is thrown to us we Are saved. A now when the danger of our situation was happily Over and rejoicing oven the Victory we gained Over Neptune in a Pite of All his might we for the first time began fully to. Realize the comic Side of the picture and to reflect Jow it would be possible in our present condition to make our do Byi into the else so grounds of new Haven. A a a or wheat it is ruffled by the storm blasts and the Billows Are rolling Mountain High that never wearied the wind in its contemplation. The Ocean contains within its hidden Depths and Coral Groves the unknown unread memories and records of bygone Agest How often As i gaze upon its Glassy smiling bosom As its surf Waves gently Roll upon the pebbled Beach do i think Hoy Many a Mariner and voyager has breathed his last within the treacherous embrace of its Seething Billows and the fondest emotions of Noy heart swell up in thankfulness As i reflect that i have As it were miraculously escaped a Foje which was so near a Fem my own. Lebanon pa., june 20,1862. A do a ath or general Scott a wife a telegraphic dispatch from West Point stated that go no ral Scott had received intelligence of the death of his wife at Rome on the 10th instant a formerly Mist Mayoo was attended in her isl he Nils by her daughter and a her age was seventy two years. Opt a the truth is before every butt Tell a lie which cannot be found Odt is to in vent a div Marks it to a a to a Dittri trip tfx -.i. A belief is confirmed by the. Fact that when i put it on i am at once Jpn fined to the House a get mad a and am soberly convinced that if any of my friends were to see me walking in the Street Clad in this apparel they would instantly entertain a Deas of insanity. In the hours of torture endured while wearing it i have appealed to my dear wife to truly Tell me where she first conceived the thought that there was a Grain of Comfort to be found in bearing it on my Back i she has candidly answered that she first Road about it in divers English novels and sundry american novels the latter Invar by a rehash of the in both of these varieties of the same species of books the hero is represented As being very comfortable the instant he dons this garment puts Bis feet in slippers picks up a paper and a goes to sleep. A Friend of mine who has discovered that Shakespere knew All about steam engines electric telegraphs not tongans the present rebellion and Gas lights assures me that dressing gowns Are distinctly alluded to in the tempest a a Brincolo 0 King Ste buro look Wrbata wardrobe bore is for three Caliban let it alone thou fool it id but trash a having thus proved its age let us next prove that it is in its dotage and is As much out of place in this nineteenth Century As a Monkey in a bed of tulips. We find in the egyptian temples paintings of a priests dressed an these gowns proved that they Are anti quely heathenism. And As we always associate a Man who wears one with or. Man Luini this proves that they Are foolish. Ergo As they Are old and foolish they Are in their dotage. I have three several times while wearing this gown been mistaken tor Maudain f Ling by the people coming to the House shave whole no. 66 a gome a said i a you shall behold the destroyer of your peace. You shall tear her to pieces or ill be do dashed if i done to. I am tired of the blasted i grasped her hand and led her to the Back chamber. A there against the a Jet is / said she. A it is a said i a my dressing gown i will never again put it on my Shloul Bers never. Here goes 1�?T Quot rip it went from the tails up to the Back up to the neck. Hold Albert i will Send it the wounded soldiers. A never they Are men bricks warriors. Such female Fri Pery As this shall never degrade them. Into the rag bag with it and Seii it for a pair of China sheep or a crockery Shepherd. Vim six the age for Draa ing gowns has passed Eway Rococo Shams Aro hastening Tuda Cay the Caye of Mac Pelah. We spoke some weeks ago of the visit of the Prince of Wales to this holy spot. Since that time we have Learned the particulars of his visit from a correspondent of the London times who is probably the Rev. Or. Stanley the chaplain of the expedition. It appears that the Sultan declined to give the Young traveler a Firman ordering his admission to the mosque. This illustrates the Peculiar relations in which Abdul Assiz stands to his people. It is a common but a grave error to imagine that the Sultan is an. Autocrat guided by his own Iii. He is simply the slave of the Book the servant of the Koran. He could no More enunciate an effective decree in opposition to the principles of a the religion As believed by the people than he could deprive the emperor of France of his own Crown by a Hatti Homayoun the intense bigotry of the Inabu Vitants of Hebron made it dangerous tor the Sultan to command the opening of the mosque to Christian intruders and be contended himself by sending a i Ziental letter to the resident governor at Jerusalem which recommended the matter to his attention. We Are not Litif bribed of the immediate Means which were to bring a adorable View of the proposition to the Nind of that intelligent functionary Althom from an acquaintance with the charter of men occupying ins position in Syria. And from a recollection of the successful result of a similar proposal the first time 1 was a with regard to the mosque of a i in my chamber i bounced a Aud the Means then used we 11 c 1 it re h used a is it�?owa%-6-fc a the idea that Gold she or at Iii ter. Pretor and civilized effected the matter. The Prince accompanied by his suite went Down to Hebron. They found that the approaches to the City and the City were already in Possession of the turkish military and a great display of More was made to suppress any riotous demonstrations. The party went directly to the mosque and were admitted by the Sheik of the mosque and conducted into the principal court where were the Rii ii mental Structure to which we have before alluded. The description of a these by or. Stanley furnishes very Little that is new. He in fact confirms the Brief account of Ali Bev heretofore made Public. The a a Tomb of Abraham is in a recessed room a in a. A a t cd isl anon county3>�conte a Riu if a. Ltd i year oat of this state a cts. Per Quarter or 26 Eta a year if the postage is zot paid in , rates Aro doomed knowledge and we shall lock for or Rosenus plans and account with great interest the party had no doubt of the primitive character of the Buichi ing itself and they also supposed the evidence Clear that it was a Christian Church in Early of Commerce. Personal. Rather late that i had gone Down town. She threw up her hands exclaiming a Good gracious Fanny do you shave v n. B. Fanny is my wife a first name. The second time i had brought the woo saw and horse from the cellar and was exercising myself sawing up my Winters Wood in the summer Kitchen according to or. Howls advice when the irishman from therm very entered bearing a my Back was to him and Only seeing the Gay and Flowry. Gown he exclaimed in an awfully audible whisper to the Cooke a sure yer mistress has the Power in her arms list a think of my wife my gentle Fanny having it shouted around the neighbourhood brute of a has band Rivade her saw All the Winters Wood yes and split it and pile it too and make All the fires and soon and Cetera and of 1 i am glad my husband Ilni to such a monster i turned on the irishman and when be saw my whiskers he quailed. It the third time i was blacking my boots according to or. Howl s advice a a expands the Dentici Museles is of Benefit to the Metal apis stretches the Larynx opens the Odioso pagers and facilitates expectoration a i had chosen what Fanny called her conservatory for my Field of operations the conservatory Lias two dried fish be Rani ins arid a dead dog Rose in it arid a bad smelling cat nip Bush when who should come running in but the identical miss who caught Erie shaving. A poor Fanny a said she before i could turn round a do you Bluck the boots of that odious brute v a a miss a said i turning to Ward her folding my arms Over my dressing Govan spite of having a Damp unpolished Boot on one Arm and a wet blacking Brush in the other hand for i wished to strike a position and Awe at the same time a miss x�?-,1 am Liat odious brute himself a. If you had observed her Wilt Droop stutter Fly my wife went to the sea Shore last summer i kept the Bouse open and staid Iri town cause business. When be returned miss Xita who lives opposite called to see her. In less than five minutes my wife was a sad moaning Desow ate injured do Sci Riso late afflicted a Teeter Wouri. own Corilda you a do ii �1-Lal Bert she ejaculated flooding every word amps it came out with tears. A do what.?�?T. Job won 1 of woe wooh a a a miss there thought proper to e.av0, casting from her e3�?Tes a email hardware a hop in the Way of daggers at me a Tiuch autos a a you Aro vicious and i hate cheese beat ical Jor hate you Fannet left to herself revealed fun to me miss a through Tho yet it ii tin i hods. Lead see ii a Gowri in my room late Atu ight. A it a a a a it is too True said i. A too too will Brake my a heart. I o could tear the do do Stroyer Oyer at my up place to pie to is r a a a a a a a i Oabed through Silver Gates while the Tomb of Sarah is opposite. Those of the e thei patriarchs and their wives Are scattered around All of the same general form of turkish tombs covered yith Rich shawls and carpets. The floor of the court being reached by Steps the writer of the account thinks that it is higher than the top of the Hill on the Side of nuo que is built and that the Cave is therefore actually under this floor. He is mistaken however As to the height of the Hill which ascends behind the mosque far above its highest wails. It appears however that the Royal party saw nothing of the Cave. They were shown a dark Hole about eight inches across in the Wall near the Tomb of Abraham 6aid to look into the Cave and they were told that it was Many Hundred years since anything More seen of it although there was no reason to doubt that the Cave remained Tipiere. But not even the Sultan himself a would be allowed to enter. The party were convinced that no other Entrance to the Cave exists. The tradition was told them that 2,500 years ago a King penetrated the Cave in some other Way and returned to Daylight Blind deaf withered and crippled. With entire respect to the Royal party we think they wore deceived and that an. Entrance to this portion of the mosque under the platform and possibly to the Cave in the rear is known and has been used quite lately. It seems to be the opinion of or. Rosen and or. Stanley and the other gentlemen accompanying the party that the tombs on the platform Are erected Over the spot where the Early Christian or jewish tradition placed the sepulchre of the reveral patriarchs and their wives. On this theory they a can int for the fact that Isaac Ami Rebecca have tombs in the Middle of floor contrary to turkish custom. There was an amusing Willii Straiton of the Fly entail customs in the fact that-1 hey were requested not to enter the enclosures Serra a Riding tie tombs a it the Foi rules. They Ltd la 1 d t 8h l if Oto Rea s f g 1c 1 k of u it f l 1 is o a j ale j i i i i mid in was dangerous to rate him. Abraham would Overlook an affront it they would not Trust Jsnine to Good nature. The result of the visit though far from being what bad hoped in to be taken As cold edit a a Aln fio our major general John Pope who Lias lately been complimented by is government is comparatively a Young Man yet having been born March 10, 1828, in Kentucky according to tao official Register though appointed a Cadet from Illinois. His father was United states District judge of Illinois for Many years the Eon graduated at West Point m 1842 As second lieutenant of topographical engineers. In August 1846, a joined general Taylor a army in Mexico during its Advance on Monterey and was Breve Ted first lieutenant a for Gallant and meritorious conduct in that Battle. As first lieutenant he marched with Bis companions through the Valarious regions of Central Mexico and was an Active participant in the severely fought and dearly bought Battle of Buena Vista where he was again Breve Ted Captain a for highly Gallant and meritorious for his gallantry in this engagement and other distinguished services during the War he was also presented with a Magn fluent sword by the state of Illinois. From 1849 to 1858, he was engaged in various engineering Aud exploring expeditions receiving the marked commendations of the War department and winning an honorable reputation at Home and abroad for in 1859 he married a daughter of Hon. Y. B. Horton of Otilio. _ at the breaking out of the e rebellion president Lincoln nominated him As brigadier general at the time of the Call for three years volunteers and he was stationed in Northern Missouri. Since Tsien his career has been Well known. His system of breaking up the guerrillas first showed his organizing capacity. His capture of nearly 2000 Renel recruits in Missouri demonstrated his rent Ark role celerity while Bis glorious Success at Island n. 10 revealed a combination of military qualities rarely equated. To this or an the army of Virginia is now assigned ail d the country will place implicit Reliance in his military i judgment vigilance skill and i Dom i liable Energy. I a. I g Rufus King who takes fre moot s command is a newspaper Man i but not general for he educated himself in hard study Andt i Good service at West Point to knew sir Neubig of the Trade be is now in. He entered the. Military Academy As a Cadet in the year 1829, and graduated Oil the 30th of june 1833, standing no. 4 in his class. On the 1st of july 1833, he was appointed a Brevet second lieutenant of the corps of engineers and resigned the service september 80, 1836. From 1836 to 1838, he Vas assist int. Engineer of the new York and Erie Railroad and from 1839 to 1843 occupied the position of adjutant Geti Gralof the state of new York. From 1841 to 1845 he was the associate editor of the Albany journal sifter which he became the editor of the Milwaukee when this administration came in it gave him the Mission to Rome but True to West Point be gave up Honor and ease in the Imperial City to serve his country of the Field. He to the son of Charles King of Columbia College and grandson of Rufus King once senator froth new York gen. A a Stonewall Jackson. This noted rebel chief is everywhere described As a a slow Many intellectually even Dull. Some say he was a tedious professor and agree tit he has a creeping look. And yet if you ask them now what they mean by that they say they do not know a fall they do know is that he is As obstinate As a mule and plucky As a Bull dog a which Means just nothing of a Man whose prime Quality is celerity Quick conclusions and startling execution who As a Soldier is As rapid As he is wary abounding in surprises Bravo almost to rashness arid inventive almost to Romance. As for his outer Man he looks at least seven years older than he is his age is 37 a his height about five feet ten inches his figure thick set Square shouldered and decidedly Clumsy his gait very awkward stooping and with Long strides. He of then walks with his head somewhat on one Side and his eyes fixed upon the ground imparting to his appearance that abstracted Quality which Young ladies describe As a lady who has known him Long and Well has told me that be never saw him on horseback without laughing Short Sti Mips k n yes Era med up heels stuck out behind and Chin on his breast a most Unm Ilita y phenomenon. In society he is quiet but cheerful not loquacious but intelligent and shrewd in religion the bluest kind Oft . And extremely strict in ins thur h Observance a 111 Winchester lie a n i a a. A Niru in it a it k. I i o j Raye Quot Clr i lost Lite among Toiva a Devenport Tow Entres. Riff Ltd in i Ltd j file it a t ii i i a the mortality uni nor the to i. A a Quot it reel s tint have i to a i e is Appow me 1 eem it filed a Nimg from a rep it . A or Civ 1c�?T l a 1, that it it of the seventeen re Mien s in n to Cedio the service but a tribe Over half the number i few remain Able to War ara0

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