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Scant Ness of Bis than Biak from the moisture at too it be said that hit head have widened fro Bair which waa i tin us thought. 1 naturally Small ii Between the too o the forget t the drama of speh tha heart in net al a had Taw i a la Sise to give an to the machinery a to a Nufi a let Isastia. I t l al a excuse. Justice sbe4d i sock cams even when Aba Coadene. Mvi Louiee never ived Napoleon. Hew men. His Soldier s Hurt was old and a Sibli to Rotati nations of a mind every thought of which Vul an Emilie. The Aap of be world scr Usk Safe i at 13 m us spirit of Eale Alstion which u6 greatness. That of the fair Gerau or we � fuss est fresh of Fli Ohi a Kadi in a a a fir bk1th the Steps of ass a i ale by Edu m Ufa Eufola 4m tar r v 4 . Eds a a As do amt al w and Theaoa pm Mai Ekwo to Flat m my a 2 27t of web amok tru. Us via ism Ivawn a to Tikas Asui at hav pm 10 to. A trn or Chril a i in is Bank pm up a Utai a4vmj ask Fortt v 1who to Rama in to. B huh Jpn Mifoo wit a . We. 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And All Tea world go free t no there s Aero for every one and Henrt a erase for shed not a Taar o or your Friend s Early Biet when i am one when i am gone " of sing to me of heaven when 1 am called to die " this world a til a fleeting show for Man a illusion " affliction though they seem severe in mercy of t Are sent t they Stop d the prodigal s career and forced him to " strop poor sinner Stop and think before Yuu farther go a Nta Ruht a Kaats Soloni the English edit Iofi of Lamartine a latest work he been issued in London. The examiner re Marks of it that what m. De Lamartine himself said of i Giro dins a True of his re Atomon. The title of history is give to it for want of a better re Cal to Ili Gumse a putative. The a Tok has none of the . It is rather a picturesque Siudy of Tiya characters of certain groups of men than a settled and orderly arrange ment of the Aethra events and passions Wych constitute history. It Isia study not a Complete work. But it contains striking passages reveal an Independence of judgment which wat hardly to be expected from the immediate antecedents of the writer will instruct some Reader and certainly will entertain All. We help ourselves to a few extracts which we find in the foreign papers Napolson a policy judged. He at length capitulated or rather France capitulated without him and a travelled alone across his conquered country and his ravaged provinces the route to i first exile Bis Only cortege the re Entrieri s and the murmurs of his country. What remains behind Bim of Nia loot reign for this is the criterion by which god and men judge the political Genius of founders. All truth is fruitful All falsehood Barren. In policy whatever does not create has no existence. Life is judged by what survives it. He Ifft Freedom chained Equality compromised by posthumous institutions feudalism parodied without Power to exist human conscience resold philosophy proscribed prejudice encouraged the human mind diminished instruction materialized and concentrated in the alone schools convex to degraded by censorship National representation shed the arts Naiu credit annihilated Navy tonal hatred revived role in Tho army pa1, ambition of an unequalled Soldier but covering with the great name of France Iba contradictions of the age the miseries and degradation of tie country. This is the founder this a the mail a Man instead of a revolution a min instead of an epoch a nun instead of a country a Man instead of a nation nothing after him no thing around Hin but Bis Shadow making sterile the eighteenth Camwy absorbed Aad concentrated in himself alone a tonal glory will he always spoken of i characterising the age of Napp Leoe but it will never Merit the Praise bestowed upon that of augustas of Charlemagne and of Louir Xiv. There a no age there is Only a name and this name signifies nothing to humanity but himself. False in for be retrograde false in policy for he debased false in morals for he corrupted false in civilisation for he oppressed false in diplomacy for he isolated he was Only True in War for he Abed torrents of human blood. But what can we then allow him his individual Genius was great but it want Bosenius of map Hie intelligence was vast and Clear but i the intelligence of calculation. He count weighed he measured j but be Felt not loved not he sympathised with none he wee a statue rather than Aman therein Lay his inferiority to Alexander and to Chesir he resembled More the Hannibal of he aristocracy few men have thus been moulded and moulded cold. All was solid Forth in that Miod no thing was moved. His metallic nature was left bag Hie arms like Frederick ii an at made and cast use which be appeared to affect. Unable any longer to seduce his courtiers find Bio soldiers by Rise Charm of youth it was evident he i Slid to fascinate them by the rough pensive and disdain fal character of himself of his Model in us latter Ahe moulded himself As it pm into the. Statue of reflection before Hie troops who gave the nickname of " father thoughtful. " he pm of destiny. Something Rowh go in his movements Mapalad his Nealar origin. The Man of the med broke out Goat aptly through the fre Nehama his nature too great and too Power All for the part be bad to play overflowed on All Norm Lite. He bomb no resemblance to pity of the men around him. Superior and altogether differ ent be waa an of prior of the Sun of the sea and of the Battle Field out of Bis element even in Bis own Palace and a stranger even in Bis own Empire. Such was at this period the profile the bust and the external physiognomy of Napoleon. The narrative of Napoleon s almost superhuman exertions against the Allied armies when they fairly met and grappled on the French soil a very ably done. The anecdote at the close of the sub joined extract we do not remember to Bav seen before. Napoleon a Battle. At the first Rumor of the emperor s return to. Champagne the austrian army As if seized with panic at a single name bad retreated by every Road from the Walls of Paris As Fer As troyes and Dijon. The emperor of Austria fearful of being sur rounded even in rile midst of Hie troops took Refuge at Dijon. Alexander and the King of Pri Paia bad get beyond troyes. These sovereigns magnifying the danger by the memory of so Many former de feats and fearful of a snare in the very heart of France which had fallen with such apparent Facil Ity into Ihler bands greed to Send to their respective plenipotentiaries at the Congress of Cuba Talon the Moat pressing instructions to effect a peace. Had tha emperor bad timely notice of these errors he could have signed a peace on a european basis at the moment that his own Empire waa fading beneath Bis feet Bat he was ignorant of these terrors. Alarmed on Bis own part at. The masses crowding Down upon him he retreated towards Arcis sur Aube where he unexpectedly came in Contact with the army of Schwa Rivenburg. A Saa Guinty Baute ensued unexpectedly to Bath generals Between he French and austrians. Napoleon fought at Hazard without any other plan than the necessity of fighting and the Resolution to conquer or die. He renewed in his action the minces of bravery and song Froid of Lodl and i Voli and his youngest soldiers blushed at the idea of deserting a chief who hazarded his own life with such invincible courage. He was repeatedly seen spurring Bis hone to n Gallop against the ene my s Conan and reappearing As if inaccessible to death after the smoke bad evaporated. A live Shell having fallen in f ont of one of his Young Bam Lions which recoiled and wavered in expectation of the explosion Napoleon to re assure them spurred Bis Charger towards the instrument of destruction made him smell tie burning match waited unshaken for the explosion Aad was blown up. Rolling in the dust with his mutilated Steed and rising without a wound amidst the plaudits of his soldiers he calmly demanded another horse and Curtin used to Brave the grape shot and to Fly into the thickest of the Battle. His guard at length arrived and restored the Fortune of the Day. But what will probably interest the greatest num Ber of leaders in this volume Are its references to the private and Domestic life of Napoleon. La Martine is the first writer of Mark and authority who has fairly put Lance in Reet for the Good name Aad Fame of Marie Louise. We bring together the principal passages urged in Ber justification. Marie Lou lit defended. Marie Louise was Little known to the parisians and but Little beloved in France. Borne away from Vienna As a trophy of Victory conquered More than courted succeeding in the hero s Couch the still living Empress Josephine whose Creole graces apparent goodness and Light hearted Dispo act Lyl Kaaa Ereat throne had the area of arme Waadt fights Ander foot. Hoary 11 taught her to eos us i god the Attila of modern the opera door of Gar Ouay the Mart Feir of Erik Ces the Ravager of Nali Oao the incendiary of Leaai Tais a word the enemy against-1- i i Ere had Boon raised t. Heaven from the passe of or aae estors. She regarded herself a a be tag. Conceded throng or after the ungrateful Aad tolerate Renu Diatian of a wife who bad been the very instr aunt of his i Feu the y of that she bad been sold As Tea Nasi Las Dors of a Imperial throne Ware so her a the Low. Given. She looked non herself som of her father Aad her you at. Signed to her Fate As a Immi Alioa. Was Comet Cidy Diere Speet Section lie wounded it or decking a victim for ear few. Cast Ahmad without a Friend into oort composed of Pat Venu soldiers revolutionary courtiers and. Bantering women whose names manners and language were Oak Nowa to her her youth was Aona Umed m Sil by etiquette. Even her husband s first addresses Ware not calculated to inspire conf Desoe. There. In Toul and even when a sought m his very love waa rough and imperious terror inter omd Between him and die heart c his Young wife and even the it of an ardently de sired Ion could it unite such opposite Nat Rea. Mane Louise Felt the of Napoleon she Ana Only a medium of poet Eritt not a wife and a Mother but merely the Root of an hereditary by Nasiy. This master of the world could Aat boat even the in Herent Virtues of love Faith a a constancy to the one woman his attachment were transient and numerous he respected not the jealousies natural to the bowl of a wife and though be did not openly proclaim Hie amours like Louis Xiv Nei ther did hoi eat Somsat. I Aad of foreign court were not to us objects of inv knt of Inaa Natiku s j. By base new election Abol rce destroyed t n a appressed. In or taxes the even in Bis style. How writer of human events since Superior to Csisar in the account of the greatest Navel. Much i t his Campaign Iii style is not tie written Eupr Vallah alone it is the action. Every Nemence in his parfait so to speak the counterpart and counter imposes Stop of the fact. There is neither a letter a sound a a color wasted Between he fact and the word and the word n himself. His phrases concise struck off with ornament recall those tin and Charlemagne not knowing air names at the Bottom of their Imperial ipod their hands in Ink or blood and Apos with All their articulations impressed i the Parchment. It Vas not the signature i the hand itself of tha hero thus Tod Eter l before the ayes j and such were the pages of Phim them. Upon t pm it waa a daily e a Ere _ a campaigns dictated by Napoleon the very soul vement of a tinn and of combat. Fame which constituted is morality his and his principle he merited by Hia Hia talents from War Aad from glory covered with it tha name of Fiance Liged to accept the odium of his Tyran Rev crimes should also accept Bis glory with a gratitude. She cannot separate her name his without lessening it for it is equally a stat it a Ness a with Bis fault. She wished for renown and he Haa Given it to her Bat Whu she principally owes to him i the celebrity thadias gained in the world. We go be go Back a lit be for a portrait of Hap Olaon on the a of Hia Campaign of 1814, not the least a " life vivid and tre a � All the moot . M 1814. Him old behind time. 1 Pride the delights of a voluptuous Couch sit Ion made by even with these very defect a More popular with so Light Aad superficial a a Rel a stranger in the midst of franc speaking Gnage with timidity studying its moaners with pm t. Marie Louisolo lived in seclusion like a captive Ai Ajust the official Circle with which the emperor surrounded tier. The court of Beautiful women newly titled anxious to repress every at traction except that of Elwir own rank Aad Gigli favor allowed nothing m be known of the new Empress except the simplicity and the awkward Noa natural to Ope who was almost a child and which was calculated to Render air unpopular in bar own court. That court was the haughty Slan Derer of the Young. Empress. Marie Louiso took Refuge in court ceremony in Solitude and in silence against he malevolence that acted As a spy other every word and action. Intimidated by the Fame by the grandeur and by the impetuous tenderness Orthe ravished whom Ahe dared not to Pun template As is unknown Ali either her Tiari Dity Pekal Ted her to love him Kwh unrestrained auction. Napoleon loved her with feel Ings of superiority and Pride. She tas the a reason of his affiliation with she was the Mother of his son and the of his ambition. But though he exalted no favourites Lern from virtue than constitutional disdain a was known to have had passing predilections fur some of the Beautiful women by whom he waa sur rounded. Jealousy therefore though she dared of accuse Ber rivals might Hava chilled la. Heart Louise. The Public were unjust to Ditth require from her the most passionate and devoted love when her nature could Only inspire her with duty and respect for a Soldier who had merely re a � hostage for Germany and a pledge obscured her natural charms clouded or features intimidated her mind and depressed her heart. She was Only regarded As a foreign ornament attached to the columns of the throne. Even history written in ignorance of the truth and influenced by the resentment of Napo Leon a courtiers has slandered this Princess. Those who have known her will award her not the Stoi Cal and theatrical glory which people required of " is. She was a harm Wilh Blue eyes and fair in daughter of Ole _ hair. Her comp lotion varied with the whiteness i Waif the Rosea of its valleys her al welding and Lani of Ita figure id her but her natural qualities. Tyrol i. A Ofiu in get and Graceful its attitude is Lse those German Maidens who seem to look for the support of some Maple heart net dreamy glee. Full of internal visions was failed by the Silken fringes of her eyes. Her lips were some what Pou Luig her bosom a of igbo and fruit til affection her is were of due length fair and admirably moulded and fell with grateful languor on her Rob As if weary of the Burden of hot Des tiny. Her Aeok habitually inclined towards her shoulder. She appeared of Northera melancholy transplanted into the tumult of gallic Camp. The pretended insipid Ity of silence concealed thou Gate delicately Fem Alae Aad the mysteries of sentiment which wafted her a imagination far a that court the her Bat rude piece moment she returned to her private apart or to the Solitude of or gardens. She again a essentially German. She cultivated the poetry painting and music. A thee a pleasing Aad ail eat but full . possess that Monarch s Courtesy and the most noted beauties of Hiis own _ to l Hily u of passionate love but of irresistible transient de sire thus even mingling his contempt with his love. Napoleon s Long and frequent absences his severe and minute orders so strictly observed by a household of spice instead of friends chosen rather to control than to execute the will of the Empress his Pettis Ness of temper on his frequent abrupt re turns morose and melancholy after experiencing reverses her Only recreation being of mutations tiresome and frivolous ceremonies nothing of such a life of such a character of such a Man was calculated to inspire Marie Louise with love. Her heart and her imagination expatriated in France and remained beyond the Khio. The splendours " the Empire might have consoled another but Marie Louise was better formed for the tender at taches no of private life and the simple pleasures of a German Home. A still More private passage of Napoleon s Lifs is touched upon in the next quotation which Mast be our last the Toone countess Waleski. But while Victory and indifference thus removed from him the wife which policy had Given him but which Empire could not attach to Tum Adver pity brought Back to him at Fontainebleau a Young and Beautiful foreigner whose love neither defeat nor exile could extinguish. Among Tho numerous and fugitive objects of his capricious and illegitimate attachments Napoleon had Load once with a tender and durable passion. At the Summit of his Success and glory al a fete at Warsaw the Beauty of a Young polish lady intoxicated with enthusiasm for his name had made a Lively Ira pression on him. She was die Young wife of a Able sarmatian already advanced in years. 8he Nith pompe of a court._-. J that pole then did not Genius Victory and the fallacious hops of the Independence of her comry. Her countenance beamed with the adoration she internally fell. Napoleon saw her understood her loved her. Long resistance violent struggles Between passion and Doty and tsars fanned Ibe flame into passion. The emperor Carriedo Fifthe Comess Waleski from Ber bus shone for the first time she adored in in Mion u e v u in Laband from Ber country. He conveyed her to his Camps h to Iris conquered capitals. A son was bom the re this attachment. A handsome residence at Paris often visited night by Napoleon conceal of tto Elsa v both Over impassioned Mother adversity rendered her fault almost sacred and his love Psi dear to her. She wished by Devot ing herself to the exile to alone for her weakness Tor the conqueror of Europe. She White to Napo Leon to ask for a interview and to ask a Bim wherever misfortune might i. Consented to the interview and the last night be which preceded the departure of Thellma from Fontainebleau the Young wife was Paoyu to Ltd thai. He b h f 4�e _ Perot i rom Nea h m introduced by a Back staircase info a roots adjoining Tho bed room of her Lover. The confidential Vale t cod 10 but one r r his master the arrival of her whom be had consented to. Re live. Napoleon As plunged m that kind of Dummy stupor which had overcome him since Bis fall. He ans Road thai he would shortly Call on her who an his account had braved modesty and adversity. The Young by � lean wailed a vain tha Gremer parts e night. Heo alled her not. She Kiberd him Iver Balass walking a his roam. The site Adsit gain reminded his master of his visitor. Waii Little longer said the pm purer. At length the us Paas a Sway and Day beginning to re was Soma Dangerud the secret inter View being revealed when the Yong Oasan re pulsed dejected and offended was a conduct to in team to Bor Carriage by the confidential wit Ness of her last Adieu. Whether it was that Napo Leon had lost All sense of fooling in Tho agitation of Bis mind 0 that he was ashamed to appear As the cast Down captive before her who had loved him As the Victor and Sovereign of Europe to rident by had no compassion for her Devotion. When the confidential servant entered the chamber in the morning and described the Hopes the fears and shame of the counters Waleski a said beit is humiliating for her As Well As myself but the hours passed without my being aware of them had something Here he added touching his forehead with i. Finger. Despair which softens tie titter i of other men rendered his Bard and frigid. Runaway Many slaves in Hampshire county vs., Are making the present a season of a " grand Rush towards Pennsylvania. The cum land unionist says i "4. I f0. Number have absconded from Tui Vicinity it that the fast week some of whom have been arrested but the Larf look out As mis is us time or the Sara Suall chosen by agr sea Fer de camping because the a Veatter is pleasant the fruit and Gro a Cornia a Good state for feed Aad the matured foliage Well adapted to give them shelter and afford conceal a Natu captive a Golden Eagle was captured by a woman a few Nules from Trio Plano Oao Day last week. Thi King of Birds descended upon an �sscsr1� us Saave. His i Wing w it kiss legs 1 feathered t the my i when i Are two achoo a r lathe Possession of or. Simm Swo Samara wat cos if it nth it swipe. Osmus and Ora Guu a Ruwich Imad and Kioa Summ m to few lib us with to pcs Montt at p. A Arr Keaau Orat Mui Ponape Pat main Advage. Am Moi a Cpd .l6e. 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