Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana
2 Dec 1840

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2 Dec 1840

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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - December 2, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana The Wabash enquirer. My in i Virv with the a Koedom of a Man himself free to an audience of freemen. By 6e0r<?e a. Chapmo a. Volume haute Vigo county in dial a december 2, 1840. I number 6. In and tix iiu�.lu�-, Iii i v our tier cd to ill la a to lie a a15 a s h 1 n i i k Kun h a Moltu n in or by h i la ,i h ii ads ii mul ohm str i is. D i r it it to it a Fly coi irl in it Iii. Two dui 1m r an m a Vanci. Une Ilu i in Oil by Eccl i cd la to cd Nib in l air . Kive l . A ii Iii the or Abr Elliree it re a r a Mio it a or. A new a Civit. A sub crib no a paper a to ii Ili Are Iii la Cne uddrc�-.-, t Urivi Hiick of to. La a Al or c Ltd a for l j cd ies fur Voll fur 4&Quot cd pics and m tint aun l it r a irs but l ii Cath aug ukr lube ii Mioc. Ai ve�it1si Mats matted Tiro. One doll in a flu ire Luif Lubo Chi inn Raie it of Quot a Quot it cents p t Ltd Lri a weekly. I of insertions b Skirke. Ii tic Riis ii Ink a 1. Volt i banded in. In w i i b r Natii sued lil Ord Rcd Utai in chaired a. Mini ugly. Advert a Quot Neil it it a Quot a by Quot vie of nor or. Or a ii or Viil be liar cd i a fur f-,.\ in ii tii it. A it re to \ it a r. Mercy 1 it i j j a the Vetr a lilt rid. In Quot a Oil it <1 it y Al a r t a t i be s. Jiko a t a a Lis of a ii Lii Lin advert a for a ii and. -1 a c in a a ill in b 1 in r it a t t in ill talk. In l u o of in Ltd liar to i \ it r a y l u 1 v i f 1.--h a l i a it in. It Lilit it i nil Al be with her infant and with those Annc Dutey old Lux sides two feel half Pri Jeelin from the Fri Ianc and Ini Iii i Lic following precious Morceau was recalled to Vasile Al Iligir Pul. Mind by Reading in tie last Republican an anecdote near the Chimney always holding relative to the capture of the Guerriere. I give it la r Lull in Iier knee Dunlin using to address to it As i heard it in the circles of Virginia and believe it catch song words while her eyes has not before appeared in print a a cd nut the Lerable . I he infant cried a Short time a revious. To her capture by the con. D by keep. 15ut Llie Cradle was near the Slit lion the cd err More had fallen in with and to ainu a near the i to menacing feet. Tiow should Ken French prize. Amongst the passengers Trana Ili j dare a Proa it la liver great god Ferrad to the deck of the Guerriere was a Frencis i to \. Ung Mullier Iii Ken within herself a Viu enl Jjon Lucman charged with to the american Etc it. Come in child let us go said she government who on presenting Lii itself to the Slie with i or Sun in her arms. Hardly sus British commander was dispossessed of his books i Lar bending limbs she moves to and Pai ers and peremptorily ordered to go below w Alcus. Isee her there almost in Contact overwhelmed Willii this of Udden and unexpected a the like Fiel of the Rubyt r she Lacos her infant Termi nation of his Mission tie gentleman passed i the Cradle always care sing in Wilh her maternal Tver Al Days in Groat distress and agony of mind lire of Vav Iii ii a lie weeks to conceal the tremulous which was not a Lille heightened by the haughty lie-.-, Quot he Herrell to Rock in by the accents bearing and insolence of his Victor. Once or twice it a Quot ii Winch she is wont to repeal almost every addressing Hini w ill his Blandes manner and Best -�?�.��kg. And a the Lime she is that Sott i or Isle to Saidi a 1 w . Winch Ier i is Artic ulale by the Force Quot Captain Dacre i thank Yoti sure for my gov. A Ilic it ii Els Ilia a Dagger is Uherc which Ern ment Desi atch and my jaw can w without us cur w ii out Defiance. To below you Frog eating shallow faced Flat a her infant is Aleci. Madame Aubry re Wret Cli Quot was the Only reply of the proud briton turns to Cicat Here Ancar the Chimney. Silo will Krc lung however a sail was described on the Lizul depart i Rutn Ibal chamber trial wiil be to excite Edge of the Distant Tori zone her gradually increase the to a c uns of the to bar and of Itie servant Hia in gave Token that Slie approached and As she a .um.,, perhaps. And besides Madame wished neared to Vioa the tapering spars and Graceful trim to a Wiiri n near her Cirild. It w As nut on such a of the \ Yankee were seen. V Liat uie rubber was Likely to tall Iii idols Captain Dacre who w Ith Glass in hand had no matter ll0 Kiew not Tiow to resolve on served her from a Quot Mere speck As soon As he was in i g ii. Satisfied that she was an american gave vent to the i lie Cluck 111 irked As yet but seven. An hour wildest of Joy. Lie paced the deck with i 1. A Ute ii Muiir. Tui he arrival of Monsieur ubry he would Quot take ship in fifteen r t yes of the y Xiii Wynan Are glued by a sure of minutes and to Crown his anticipated Triumph or c Upun the i to t it w Kiich cons Lillea per dered a ? of molasses to be hoisted on deck to u k v o 1 a k u 15 i. In c Liiri. Ii Iii ii Jav. A i l in a l u k v o 1 a k u 15 i. In c Liiri. Ii Iii ii Jav. A i l in a l i erbium it 1, us Quot ,1. 1 a ill Lynli. 1i i k a a. T a a t a. 1 ii g in .11 <1 . Him i it i a 1 Viiu to i Iii ii Quot Thi in to a v . Llila a w a it 1 in. 1 it y r. I Irne in i e i 1, Iii a .11 Mili a my a a to re. It t 11 n. A be Ces v it . Fli in a a e i in r. A lir to. R re tue �1 is a of or a 1. 1-. It Ine n is a. 1 in i a a my or. A -1. ii .1., Al tar a t i in Iii Ai Irv a in 1 1. I u .1a m. L. W n t Quot a a a .1. A v to Rei a. It r Iii 1 i i., a ,. A Erv c n by i a n v do Quot h 1 lit Vil degree i h u we it Csc the a air t 111, Ait. v do Quot h 1 lit Vil degree i h u we it Csc the a air t 111, a k my tue e g to r Iamb t it of putt no Ber m a Art Uttah mansion Eleva Uili 1 Ira trip first get Ltd by a Iov Werk Liili 1 no Ca ii e i i i y Ira deep Alt be i ii 1 \ e / a w 11� it Iii fall Luil i n a 1 s p 1 a tie Iii to Iii. I i Abr thu. To. L a v ii Liuell Iii an 111 rave viag�.��. Ave i t ter it . E. A i the of w a it i . It Ccu Iii d m a Irie line Rea tary a b i i Iii a j tie i car c ii Acci like a Riib r e the lint air Lulli �111.cl. A j. L i air Iii Itell a . A Irei Euri . S of Corii ers Caleb i g by la wed to be of. I a wooden Involute. Wire other Days. The night w As of autumn w ii it Down violently. I under the Efluri i the Louse w lib the . A in in Linus and Tun non Gleri no human suited no \ u. of Nec Hilty could Pru ii get an and Madame Iii in a at d Uii a it Urner of Rire place lire Quot a tie l Ghl of a lamp �..-d Tiu in a King in Ful i Eitan u la �?�.-, and learn .-i.ade, inside All ro-ejib.0 a ii i Una a Wii Iii w a Hok Iii Uii i 111 to. a Fiir ii till a Tigreat Edaili. Prut Jund silence reigns tie cilia inner. I Lic inf Uil sleeps pie try. Its i a her hands Cru de on her Knees tier lips half ii cd her by it. Li.\ed, her heart Oji Prev sed is Immo i a Lamo r Kike if n i a place an Aniaz in could be t. I id ugh it gently intrepid to engage Wilh tie brigand. M i line Aubry had no arms. Besides she ii i .11 ii d i Rie on car like Valur. Her courage All .a>.-.ve, being wholly that of Rene Clun. It i. I tie Nore . R i ii Lime to Mike a Muse is heard below in Trio Irti. Trial noise was to Madame ubry a Ray waa her was deliver-,1,. I5 it i i. Iii Hinig is deceived. To mind la Iii tiie wind the rain the Trees to I it. Inc Wall. In seems As if the unhappy. 111 tiie w a rid us deep and so sad the 1,11. W in 11 a n age a each m i Nute 1. Aven i Iel Vul girl 1 to Ilia tie Man is Munung ins re to. I a in a. Bul a sii by Niu vement Wil Hunt. U it Iii Ulivi i by. To free Iiams Elffa disagreeable two pc l Irive resumed their Imine to 1 a Bell us Trio Cluck resounds. But a second nut Ibe Lisl. Even hours and a Liaf a re still til Cluck pues on u Wii at Anil us a wiil Ardnt prayers Send up la i. I thu. My intents if Deanii he wait Iii mail line Aubry takes from the mantelpiece a Bull i r. 1 a. Us . Slides Givsto read. \ Ain a Roll every Etil Lier eyes it Uit the me. Tie t Vular a Sofes studied u ill nails Are they not t re. Tii re always under the Bici it ill Quot t Luu lil go inces ilk Quot p Uii led St cd Alii Vart tie. Iii ii of the Jour Quinan build Lier ii i arrive Al All i the weather is bad. He Hus parents in Ibe town Lus business has called Hin. I Erli aps they will engage he not log t uni Sui ii a ii lil with j property of such value a Bra will be Ubl cd la yield As had ii Appe i., n a similar Case to a a Ressing , to a Iri idly a Iunce at which his wife Tiad Liu reas Uii a . Ireat Gud should he a l a Cairn Al Allt is Evenin 1 Al Iii buiir.-, tuck. Super Sam the sup ten of Iii ii we speak As unies Iii the mind of l line ubry a or at Lity in ire and More ter a . hours torture the unhappy a Jitian died Tiit Herto by the Hope of apr a in re to us cur Beis that her courage and her fun e Are . A he dares no longer me Turc her tin. To treat the Yankees our Frenchman who was meanwhile a silent though not an observer of what was passing before him again put on his most winning smile and remarked quota Uptain Dacre Sare void you permission i stay upon deck and see de tight., Quot go la the Devil Quot responded the vain and self conceit d Brasler now busied in preparations for a buld and Bra giant achievement. Our Heru was Suun surly ensconced amongst the rigging and the two vessel continued gradually and silently to approach each other. The Konsti Juliun halving i us gut Vii bin reach of the enemy s lung guns tin scene that full wed is Ihus described by Lliel by Little i Frenchman Quot attain Dacre he sail Dis Way and Den he sail Dat Way and Den Lugo Boom de Yankee , he say Fullil Ngy but he still keep coniing. Quot a Nii Captain Dacre sail Dis Way and Den he sail dal Quotin i ii he go Houin Quot de \ Yankee Man he say nothing a but he still k. Up Coli Wiig. Quot Airai capitain Dacre ail is A and Dat Way and a Iii he i us Huuton a a Fin de Vauken Man g it Pup in i p Quot a pop of 1 say to Apia in Dacre. Iii is i i a l to Lus a Lis Loo h he went below and the action Conti Nisei Ting in the capture of the a derriere. A Hen the tiring had ceased our Little Frenchman e King up the Hatchway espied Quot one officer like Man and Quot Tain Dacre handing him his i he Iri Iii to shed Union him in an instant. He rushed upon deck and finding himself again at Liberty he catered ainu ii like one Quot possessed finally. Advancing to the now mule and failed Dacre he said with an air that defies our Humble pen. Quot Vou Tell me sure you Lake Dis ship in fifteen minutes by Vot Quot Quot not sane added with a Low Bow and bitter eniplnsi.-. "1 thank you for my government despatch and my Law books Quot Moody on the death of a Bank. By Philemon philippic. Not a sound was heard save the cashier s Wail As the last Doubloon was counted not a clerk discharged his tailor s Bill when he from Iii desk dismounted. The Teller he told his tale of woe and the payer refused to pay the attorney he turned his Back to go and the runner he ran away. And Short were the oaths of tie president As he fumbled amid the dross and filling his Pouch us he always meant. He Clareed it to profit and loss. Not a single qualm disturbing his breast on account of the slight default he swept the Board of All that was left and locked up the empty vault. Rethought As he heaped the shining pile. And rolled up the Greasy notes he had saved enough to last him awhile and Puri base a be w More votes. Yet Little he rocked that his Rotten suit would find but a few espouses and less he thought that his Cloven foot stuck out from beneath his Trowers. Tis said that at night a parting Wail re echoes from Wall to Wall. And a troubled ghost of aspect Pale disports in the banking Hall. At times it will Perch on the Marble dome. Or hide in the discount closet and Oft and again in a solemn tone Claunt Over the word Quot Dej 0sit. Dim is the Light in the Cornice room. Where directors often sat. And Nau tit enlivens the mid Day gloom. But the s Orts of tie owl and Bat. The ample throne with its tinsely of the fallen would be King is the scene of the spider s tyranny and the Home of the creeping thing. Yet who can gaze on the Hydra s form when tie Quick Ning spark has fled and feel that the spirit of the storm is slumbering with the dead. The angry Glare and defying scowl lived to the latest breath. And avarice sped in the parting bowl. Of the monster Strong in death. A Good finder. One Day when Dumont a tradesman of the Rue St. Denis was walking in the Boulevard St. Autoine with a Friend he offered to Lay a Wager with the latter that if he were to hide a six Livre piece in the dust his dog would discover and bring it to Hini. The Wager was accepted and the piece of Money secreted after being carefully marked. When the two had proceeded some distance from handsome Good mannered Lively without Beikof to Gay or impertinent of a fair Wilh a Mai and subdued but not a languish if idol and ringlets of Fine dark Brown ,�?0�ich a am Short As would be highly admired j l of Young men Between which the fair ital Wii the spot 31. Dumont called to his dog that he had have to pass when they go to the theat Reol Lascala los Someth no and ordered him to seek it. Canicle at Milan. On a visit she was paying to i in inn i Tel v tii Nied Haft Lilc a Tinct of. 1 i i. _. A a from count Kechid s in kid. The betrothed. Miss a was a Young lady of Nineteen fall. Immediately turned Back and his master and pursued their walk to the Rue St. Denis. Meanwhile a traveler who happened to be just then resuming in a Small chaise from Vincennes As the gentle Ian was not Wen advanced to hrs perceived the piece of Money which his horses had session a that of a barrister it was Ai Reed to defer. Family of her acquaintance she captivated a Yoon Man of the family. He asked her marriage and obtained the consent of the Young lady and her relations Bat kicked from its hiding place he alighted took it up and drove to his inn in the Rue pontaut Choux. Caliche had just reached the spot in search of the greed the ceremony for two years. In the meantime Tbs betrothed husband came every now and then to Visil his affianced wife waa a welcomed by All the family lost piece when the stranger picked it up he Fol with a More than Friendly warmth and let med Aport Lowed the chaise went into the inn and stuck close to the traveller. Having scented out the Coin which he had been ordered to bring Back in the pocket of Ibe latter be leaped up incessantly at and about him. The traveller supposing him to be some dog that had been lost or left behind by his master regarded his dire rent movements As Marks of fondness and As the animal was Lian some he determined to pc Chi him. And treated by her friends As the future Harband of the Young lady. Thus the two betrothed instead of going to the altar Blindfold had an Opportunity ind an enviable patience to study each other s character to accustom themselves to Mutual respect in the presence of others and to Correct whatever blemish they May find they had. To draw still closer the Bonds of acquaintance and Friendship be to gave him a Good supper tween the two families a sister of the husband staid and on retiring to bed took him with him to his chamber. No sooner had he pulled off his breeches. For several months at the House of his intended wife rather As a relation than a Friend thus in std of than they were seized by the dog the owner con i having one Day a censorious sister in Law the Bride ceiling that he wanted to play with them took was acquiring for herself a Friend in her new family. Them away again. The animal began Toba Ratthe j door which the traveller opened under the idea i that the dog wanted to go out. Caliche snatched 1 up the breeches and away he flew. The traveller posted Afier him with his night Cap on and literally a bridesmaid for her nuptials and from the gratitude that a Friendly hospitality produces a supporter and defender on every occasion. This Young lady who was known to me before the contract of marriage did not alter in the least j naked. Anxiety for the Fate of a purse full of Gold j her manner of behaviour towards me. She was of i Napoleons of forty francs each which was in one ten before hand in inviting me to take a walk with j of the pockets gave double velocity to his Steps i her As a guest and i had sometimes the Honor a it of i caliche ran full Speed to ins master s House where giving her my Arm. Our walk was always a be the stranger arrived a moment afterwards breath \ tray Cheque one on solitary Banks a amid deserted less and enraged. He accused the dog of robbing i Fields As the English taste will have it. Two of him. Quot sir Quot said the master Quot my dog is a very i faithful creature and if he has run away with your i breeches it is because you have in them Money sister of hers. Elliree times she came to pay a visit at my own Home accompanied however by a dear Lively Little pop pop Quot Iri wid Hyrc pop pop your per Rosul her tear i never can Forgit. Fill the pm boys our ship s on her Way. Like n sea Bird she o or the deep to the forecastle lads and be Gay i la away to the Mai top and weep. There i la think of the lov d one away and fancy her sigh of regret As i kiss d the soft Spray from her fair Cheeks away ,. Her tear i can never forget. Tivas Dove s off ring at nature s own shrine twas holy and ure in its source. And it fell from that Angel of mine a heart drop i Check d in its course should i Neer see my own sea Girt Isle. Nor again View the spot where we met though no More her Sweet smile my fond heart shall beguile. Her tear i shall never forget. Us a a Ini i of i tie 1. At Iii a to i a it --.iiiccrt. A w liar tie Las 11 wis a Cus strange Asil May apr year this order was actually obeyed. And is us the first shot from the con struck the Hogshead ils con cols spreading Uver the deck conducted ii doubt to the Guerriere s dec Al. Fit is Poupor to stale that after the first broadside the action on the part of like was Cuil tinted by one gun Al a time a but in such rapid Success a that a in Laplain of tiie Guerriere be heed Iier tube in fire and in consequence order a in tin Ellary us ens in Fope Rilious wit at a Pinch. A country girl one morning vent to Market with a pig the Little curl tail not Content. Squealed out a merry Jig. A Dandy who was Riding by Wiio wished to pass a joke my dear How comes your child to cry when rapped up in your cloak the country girl quite Quick replies so bad a Breeding had he Liat Ever and anon he cries when e r he sees his daddy. I which does not belong to the traveller be she entered gaily chattered Good redly and came still Mure exasperated. Quot compose yourself i soon unfolded the object of her visit generally a j sir Quot rejoin cd the other smiling Quot without doubt j polite invitation to dinner or Tea such visits Are in i there is in your purse a six Livre piece with such this country neither an irregularity nor a phenom and such Marks which you have picked up in the 1 non. Only be a Bachelor and Young but not Lieen Boulevard St. Antoine and which i threw Down Lions at least openly and if you full ill you will there with the firm conviction that my dog would i have the visits of All the married and Marriageable i bring it Back again. This is the cause of the rub a Adies of your acquaintance. I Bery which he has committed upon the More than All this a she knew that my Linen was i stranger s rage now yielded to astonishment he neglected being that of an orphan Desti Tofte of delivered the six Livre piece to the owner and could j country and wandering Over the face of the Earth i not forbear caressing the dog which had Given him j and she offered and with gentle violence took upon i so much uneasiness and such an unpleasant Chase herself to set every thing at rights then with the a same care and attention which a tender wife or child beginning to read be Lovesick Damsel would show in latitude 44, Sho comes delighted with a news Ajmer because he reads mended up my handkerchiefs and shirts. If in of names and things Wlinich Are very familiar and he latitude 44, a Young woman had Only knitted a purse will make Progress accordingly. A newspaper in for me my Blind vanity would have made me be one year says or. Weeks is Shvorth a Quarter s Heve that purse contained Hor heart. Bui the heart schooling to a child and every father must of miss k was Given to another and she would or that substantial inform i Loii is connected with have died a thousand deaths rather than be guilty of this advancement. The Mother of a family being an indiscretion of that sort. The sacred Promise one of its Heads and having a More immediate she had Given did not however forbid her from be charge of the children ought to be intelligent of ing according to the laudable custom of the nation mind i ure in Lan Guage and always cheerful and kind and courteous to me and others. She bad a circumspect. As the instructor of her children she j Way of always making appropriate and tasteful pre a would herself be instructed. J sents. When i set out for Greece she or Sei led 1 a mind occupied becomes fortified against the me Wilh a handsome edition of lord Byron s Quot Childe ills of life and is braced for any emergency. Chil Harold Quot and when i returned it having transpired Ydren amused by Reading and study arc of course Lii Al in my new lodging i had neither paper nor an i considerate and More easily governed. In stand she stole upon my study when i was from j How Many Thuu gutless Young men have spent Home with a Cousin who was her accomplice in i their evenings in a tavern or Gro shop which ought the magic Freak and set upon my table an elegant to have been devoted to profitable Reading How a portfolio an Ink Lahd and some very Fine writing Many parents who never spent Twenty dollars for paper afterwards to conceal her generous gift she books for their families would gladly have Given pretended that it must have been conferred upon Nie thousand to reclaim a son or daughter who had in by two of those fairies who for Many Ages had Liv nor Antly and thoughtlessly fallen into temptation de in England and danced in the Woods and on the weekly newspapers can be had from one to three Green Sward. I and any body born under a by Riv dollars per year being from two to five cents per week. I Ach paper Cost the Printer before it is ing Sun who in Italy or in France should have conceived the Hope of a culpable love from any single Oil i r Al l in u. J Lull la 111 pie a strict i ices 111 i mis.li.in-. K 1 is l Iii child us cup d her Ina Lerna servant alone Fine . F Lii a ii in Ier a. is of her Nils press Madame Aubry was Llie Lill it her son. She Cael her i y. Ibe Cradle or the Jiu Pusc us assuring b. Is of if it but bully pie pared our lieu recep Liun i in Anil Iliad already . A that n. Ment lie tire acre Active a lire a vivid lib by Puii Llie a Cuic. All Al Nee Mau line Aubry gave a Start. 1 Lui re Al Ltd Al Paci re the butt uni Ltd like curia n turns her eyes in u i Eil i Lulu d a tii a. U Lii Large . 1 Lii an in Tan a Wund of a gals to bran of la. Y. Ing lady. Her ensure alien a m uis Iselt to Nind Walh Clearnes i As it by Iii iral i n. I bal Man Curc it Ai d in n robber in l is ii i p Syible to Liu Ubl it �1 Brj has n. Such re in jes fur no Imine Diale Prolfi-1 r. Quot Quot ii dues i be Telor husband Tetory eight and it is yet bul Bau Ijas so. On whal Schall she decide Wii Al shall she do Undy had not uttered a cry sii had not quilted bar Teal. The servant very probably would in i have preserved this same Impact ability. The Robb Riccord no to All inti sided to Luiere la Cuine furl a it jut mid Ghl and possess him Leo the brought Back by Muns. Aubry. Bui silk uld be perceive Lylial be was , and that he had la do Only with skin ii. He would nut fail Luqu i ii mediately Iii , and Purchase their Olence a Vii if Weir death. Beside a who know if uie servant herself be not the accomplice of that Man. reasons fur distrusting her which Madame a brr had until then disregarded retracted Heui Pelver at that instant upon her mind with Gnu us vigor. All to tics refit Lions demand less time than we h Ivy occupied in writing Vliem. Her Resolution is immediately taken. Under some pretext or other she causes Llie servant let it leave the room. I you know Fra Iii the to her without the least alteration of her voice Yon know that dish which i my husband prefers lie will be very glad 1 think thai h ask a a Clergyman in the North very a ome one hah thought of ii to Day fur his Cui per. 1 Meiy m his address chose for his text a passage had forgotten to Tell you of it. Go occupy yourself a Palms Quot i said in my haste All men Are thereon go immediately and Betlow your utmost i, Quot a Quot premised his reverence by Way of care upon it. Introduction Quot be said it in your haste David did but replies the servant has not Madame need of Tyg i tji Yeha d been Here be might Hae said it at me Here As usual ? your Leisure Lair Logan. No no 1 will do All myself. Go. Monsieur will be dissatisfied i am sure if. On his return from a Long it gentleman Riding Over Salis journey in such bad weather he find not his a Bury Plain when it rained very hard set up a Gal to his taste. Lop and met with a traveller whose horse was stand after to me delays which redouble in Madame a a a a Hom what surprised at tho sight he ask Awbry an anxiety which she is obliged to co Krcal la re Wui of it. A a zounds Quot Bays the outlier the ser tent Aniis the chamber. The noise of her in a Devil but a fool would ride in All this Steps loses itself in the do accent. Madame Aubry by in curious epitaph. Here lies Encomb d old Roger Norton whose sudden death was oddly brought on trying ene Day his wheat to mow off he accidentally Cut his toe off. The toe or rather what it grew to an inflammation quickly flew to the parts then took to mortifying. And Ioor old Roger took to dying. A Sud ii noise is heard under that in Indus. Madiar ubry in id her ear. She fars la Trust her Al to a h Rii air Ady so often deceived. But no Lii is 1� Siul an error. I lie door a Quot the House r ill. Units Hiniges and Falls Back heavily a step Ai.at a Plain of one of our a is n is on the staircase the chamber Down Easl schooners found himself one Day becalmed a is ,1 in i Earos a my Large and vigorous. In i a fug off Ibe is i of Shoals near Portsmouth n. Is 111 in is in a Itiat moment had Monsieur h. The vessel Lay Wilh a slight motion when the Aubry been Ibe least Graceful of husbands he would Captain with the Juick car of a Seaman discovered Irive in lae eyes of his wife every Beauty by the or aking Tuii Iid of Cordage that there was All iia pern Lions. To Only gave himself another vessel close upon him which might run a Lombardi a celebrated Sculp thine to Jay As de his i souls and doll Quot his cloak a jul in Saburi order. He had neither gun nor Trump tor of the emperor Charles v., was a great coxcomb in a n. Happy to see again Liat which he it la Bis neighbor warning of to their close a he got punished one Day by a Young lady at Bolog Nisi dear in the world he extends his arms to Proal Quot and the Best thing he could think of was to a to whom he took it into his head to make love ills wife w by flings herself into them conclusively set his men drumming on some empty casks but to in a foppish manner. She was his partner at a Hall by. Refaai Iii ill calmness without speaking a no p ,.use, As the sound increased and the vessel in the midst of which he turned to her and head Evurd site places be r a in Erun his lips and with the was n. Aring turn. As a last Effort of ingenuity he ing a profound sigh said Asho looked in her face Ulyier Naiad site Points unt to her husband the two a h my Spike and Ai plying it to the car of an with what he thought ineffable softness in his eyes feel Iii ii hunk i inst lives invisible. Old Grunler that Hajj opened to be on Board gave it and we suppose some fantastic writhing gesture a Muns Ienir ubry h id Nui merited to be the Hus several turns none of the easiest which brought a if tis not love i feel Pray what is it band of Sacii a win in bad he lacked decision and Forth a squeal almost As loud As the pig whistle of i perhaps said the Young lady something bites coolness. By a , he made her understand our locomotive engines. This signal was effectual you this Story got abroad and Alfonzo b care knew what to do. A and jut before coming in sight of his neighbor Craft the jest of the City a Dun Ine i said he my Good Friend my port bows on a be heard her Captain exclaim to the Man a a bib i Irive loll below i go to seek it and at the Helm in a voice of Thunder starboard your 1 return. Helm d Tae absence of Monsieur Aubry lasted not two dose us Burc Puii a hog Yard i Inin Les. He re enters holding a a Lisull. He exit lies Ibe i rain no he Ai i Roaches the bed he bends Black i noticed the other Day an an printed about one cent. He therefore obtains kind glance that a girl might let fall upon me from one to four cents for his editorial duties and for have never had the slightest unbecoming thought of printing distributing composition amp a. This is that Young lady on the word of a Man of honour extremely Low. It is the Price paid for advertise no far different is the effect of Confidence placed in ments which must keep newspapers alive. A the Man and of the consciousness of virtue in the thus the readers of newspapers get the Caco. Lady. Promises of marriage Long before their cell esl of All possible Reading. Bration Are Here of frequent occurrence in the mid Aristolle observing a proud and self conceited die classes and if Ever the Young Man Breaks his but empty youth strutting along with an elected j word the relations of the Young woman bring him gait and lofty looks stepped up to him and Whis i before the tribunals and unless he can justify his Perez their a cutting and heart humbling words info change of mind he is condemned to pay a Fine pro his oar a Quot Friend such As thou thinnest thyself to i it optioned to his circumstances some of them As be i wish i were but to he As thou Art i wish on High As five and even ten thousand pounds Sterling by to mine j it is True that this system May favor the perfidious i snares Ofa Lovelace but How few Lovelaces Are to How to eat Hasty pudding As the season of be feared when the satisfaction of a Caprice Shusi Loami in and is now in the ascendant i Cost so much time so Many plots so Many false the Way to win a woman s ii your eyes starboard your Helm we re let your hair hang in superfluous ringlets Over your neck and shoulders never suffer a razor to touch your face squeeze yourself into a coat of Mulberry cloth put on a Vest striped with Green yellow and red pants checked with Blue Crimson and purple j shove your feet into a pair of boots with the heels Day and win the heart of any simple you meet Star. Iii Selt Down then with this left hand he seizes one client French Law by which men could pay their of Ibe two feet the Finger of his right remaining on debts by wearing Green bonnets in the Street but the Detent of his piece. Still More curious Legal enactment exists even to East ree inches High Dangle a Little Black a Vuu arc dead if y jul resist cries he in a voice this Day in Scotland. There some fifty years ago Cne tipped with brass a huge brass ring upon of bunder. The it rain somebody to whom the i Man could pay his debts by appearing daily for six your Little Finger and you will a the lion of the i cel belonged did nol care to Hazard the trial. Soon successive weeks Iii the High Street of Edinburg is seen thus dragged by his legs into the midst of wearing on me leg h White and on the other a Black the apartment individual Ofa very bad Mien tic aug. In those Days men wore Short breeches flattening himself before the pistol aimed at his head so that bulb stockings showed conspicuously hence the instant there is found on him a the term 6/aca Fig of. The Law has now become of flu guard carefully sharpened. He confesses his in Solete in consequence of the changing fashions of Ders Landing Wilh the servant who had w arned him times. Knee Breed idea Are out of Date and Panta thai that very night a Rich Booty a ailed him. Loons cover the leg Down to the shoe but any Man i Only remained to deliver Iceni bulb Uji to Justice desperate enough to rare the ridicule and contempt a Madame ubry demanded their Pardon of her Hus Wii ii which the thing is regarded May assume the band. Bul the Public interest spoke louder than old costume put on the stockings walk the High duty. I Street get rid of his debts and Ever after be known during All that time the infant in its Cradle had As a Black . Nol More than half awake. Taciturn Ity conversation Dante was taciturn or satirical Butler was silent or caustic Gray and Alfieri Seldom joked or smiled Descartes whose avocations formed him for meditation and Solitude was silent Rousseau was remarkably trite in conversation not a word of fancy or eloquence warmed him. Milton was unsocial and even irritable when much pressed by the talk of others. Addision and Moliere were Only observers in society and Dryden very honestly told us "3iy conversation is Dull and slow my humor saturnine and reserved in Short i am none of those who Endeavor to break jests in company or make repartee. When Monsier Aubry had heard the recital of following anecdote is Given in what had passed a Paris paper As received from a country correspond i did not know that you had to much courage Dent Eaid he to his w lie embracing her. About Twenty years ago a Young Man violently but despite her bravery Madame Aubry seized in love with a Young provi Cisle not being Able to j blames a Rich Man for going with Bis elbows out. That very evening with a Vic Dent nervous agitation was for several Days sick from her heroism. Was taken prisoner by tote russians and sent into How a Rich Man May Ames a Rich Man for going w obtain the consent of her family to the Union in j because every one knows that he has get Money listed As a Soldier. In the Campaign of 1812, be enough to get him a new coat but it is a Pardon siberian whence he escaped and joined a horde of tartars then at War with China. He was a second time made prisoner but More fortunate than in his first Captivity to insinuated himself into the Good graces of his conquerors and gradually Rose to the dignity of mandarin. His affections however did nut change with his Good Fortune he despatched a vessel to Europe to convey the object of his first love to China. This vessel has just arrived at Marseilles and Wilt return As soon As the object of its Russion shall have been accomplished. Vessel Long since a Small Craft going from Ca peachy to Laguna sunk at a with 10, Kkt in Specic on lard. Able in a poor Man to go ragged because every one knows that it is out of his Power to do otherwise. Bot Lou . Tub Adan Tab or a gentleman in the South of Ireland received a visit lately from a party of Rockies w1io were armed with Sticks. He had just Lime to seize a pistol which be cocked and presented towards the party. To off said he you set of Villius or i shoot one of Yuu at All events. I have my Eye upon him at this moment. I Iok ily for himself he was blessed with that Happer trial obliquity of vision which caused each Jaouni Lar Ruffian to fancy himself to Bot if Laried Man and they withdrew without obtaining spoil they had come for. We shall Confer a favor by giving count Rumford s useful hints about eating a dish of this sort. He lays Down the rules with a True military precision. We begin by making gradual advances we then circumvent the cutwork and lastly storm the parapet. To extract his own words As we find them in his philosophical essays vol. I p. 251, Quot the Hasty pudding being spread out equally on a plate while hot an excavation is made in the Middle of it with a spoon into which excavation a piece of butter As Large As a Nutmeg is put and upon it a spoonful of Brown sugar amp Etc. The butter being soon heated by the heat of the pudding mixes with the sugar and forms a sauce which being confined in the excavation occupies the Middle of the plate Quot a thus far for the array a now for the Battle. Quot dip each spoon Ful in the sauce before it is carried to the Mouth care being had in taking it up to begin on the outside and near the brim of the plate and to approach the Centre by gradual advances in order not to demolish too soon the excavation which forms the Reservoir of the sauce Quot this gentle Reader is the philos play of eating Hasty pudding. We have but one word to idd the count has so ably delivered be careful about burning your Mouth a Urt Hampton rep. True possessor of the philosopher s Stone is the Miner whose Iron Copper and tin Are always convertible into the most precious metals. Agriculture is the noblest of All Al Climmy for in turns Earth and even manure into Gold con Fering upon its cultivator the additional Reward of health. Most appropriate was the rebuke of Pope Leo x., who when a visionary pretended to have discover the philosopher s Stone and deaf led a Reico Spenso gave him an empty . The n. A express says a Young Roan born 30 years ago at Westbury Longisland 24 Miles from this City round enough to do round the farm Quot to keep i in to from that time Tih yesterday when having finished up every thing he concluded and actually did leave the hoi Steid and come to see York for the first time in All Hli life. Hoods and dangers i believe most men would rather make the tour of the world on foot than go through All the trouble of Richardson s libertine Here to obtain a Clarissa by treachery. Besides he who betrays a Young female in England is visited with the Public Abhorrence to such a degree that Mai Wakefield who endeavoured to deceive miss to Arneri was Mure detested on All the hands than if he had assassinated George in. Dreadful instance of Johh had demanded the eldest son of a Villuan de Brose lord of Bramber in Sussex As a Pige to wait on Queen Isabella meaning him in reality As �1 Ito St age for his father s allegiance. Whon the King s message was delivered at Bramber by a cd Ruhr who bore in the ominous name of Malve the import Dent lady de Brao a declared in his hearing tha Talib would not surrender her children to a King who had murdered his own Nephew. The lady de Brose re it rented her rashness when it was too late and strove in vain to propitiate Ciu Een Isabella by Rich gift. Among other oif Oring she sent the Waeen a prese it of a Herd of four Hundred cows and one Emiti Ful Bull. This Peerless Herd was while All but the ears which were red. This strange present to Imp Bella did not Avert the deadly Wrath of Kif a Lohn fur he seized the unfortunate family meath. He Ireland whither they had fled for safety. The lord of Bramber. His wife and children were Davey Clio the old Castlo of Windsor and enclosed in it a Mif room where Altey were deliberate la a tit veil tto death father Mother and five inno Cuenl Hattte omit who suffered in our country the Tate of count Lino and his family an atrocity compared with Wheeli the dark stain of Arthur s murder fade tothe Beof a venal Strick Luigi m Lim of que Ems. A logo longest rope Ever made in one to spliced piece has just been Finiel Ted in Sunderland. It is upwards of 4000 Yards Long seven inches in circumference and twelve tons weight and will Cost about 4 n /. It in for the use of the London and Birmingham Hailway. Car mob in High Woodstock it 5th instant. Or Washington a Wood Sawyer aged about to mrs Sarth Job a Prince Park s wife s Mother aged 65. Lord Brougham in a recent work adva Lees a opinion which will probably induce tie payer proprietors to cd steer him quite a in table Miili a says i he advantages of advertising Are not appreciated by Young men who have just a Nierow fms business for themselves. If they Are anti Oak come known receive patronage and a Goiri a Wpm erty they must advertise freely in some paper the Hae a Large circulation. I know of no boiler a a urn than the daily sheets Abr they Are talc Tolmei to place them in the hands of All. It is the Only proper Mode to to pursued and is a sure guardian m Success. A a not so Yoang Udy by big frightened at a Bull that had Brol Teft raw Ture called to some men who were m to Ujj pc boyhood to drive away the gents Emma com

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