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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - July 15, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana
The Wabash enquirer. Put la Silaj Evev Wndy Sedav "8peaki.ng with the Freedom of a Man himself fuse to an audience of by George a. Chapman. Volume haute Vigo county Lidia a 15, 1840. Number 40�1 i i b a a 5 a s11 e n u l11u 11 is a a a los cml it cry if Dpi so Injo Ofia athon Tictin h Uhasik and o la s Nils it rally �2-1x1 of it court House. per annul. Two dollars a id i Fiji ants will be received if Iii i a till ii Xii 111 inuit trim the time of a bum ruin or two a liars if cd a in Advance or our Nio Nuis. No paper disco retinue he All arrearage Are , utile sat tie opt,1111 of the i to Prieor. A failure to notify a disco Tui dance at the end of the year will be Cuil Iii red a new in in remont. Foj in this Pali r will not be allowed to avenge Ai re Tolian four Colu Iaus. Adv Cirrisi i n inserted Oliree tune. one Dollar a Square a Quot hues to to continued a it the rate of i a tits a it or Sij Are we. Kly. I less the nuni Ber of insertions he marked on the in Anui erupt. Wii ii handed i it will be continued till ordered out and Chart cd Accord ugly. Advertisements a had by the a meter or 1 Nger will be a Iii. D a p Jayare Jtj for six months or j i Quot a your. Merch ints. Dij rits and others by the year w in be Chir of fur to Bride so i i r f Ems j j ii in a c of a i Dii a i f l i to a c \ Ivo -. Al its no i to. For i a i&Quot.-. \ i. A to ii a to Ini i i t Bee in 111 in i i a a i re it ii Ali Ili i i t a two my Ines y r j t it of a c Mii Ihui of us i. J to it to ree foil ribs Olu Iii it i year. A i d by Gallite null n n Road Riu to is Irilan d for toners. Hince that time Uliey i ave followed Jesus neck and strangles him. Supper is Only condemn from the Svetc Orleans Picayune. Liat worked heretic who Lias taught them magic cd to Load his hands Vith a certain Quantity of Lead a sheep s eyes the fellow understands necromancy and is the great to hinder him from putting too Many dishes on to reduced to vulgar est magician alive As far As Korne itself ble a lie is also bound Over not to approach dinner comprehension i aint Jolt attacked by the satellites of Domitian too Nar and to be placed at the distance of six Amon Quot St w Hom the author has placed Longinus and hours walking under pain of death. Supper Felici patroclus gives regular answers to their insulting tates himself on his escape and swears to observe Interr calories. Some of these i shall trans Critie with scrupulous exactness the mitigated sentence j but i ave to the Reader s conjectures the replies of the moralities were allegorical dramas whose the Saint which Are not difficult to anticipate. Tediousness seems to have delighted a barbarous peo Aii Mia j pie not yet accustomed to perceive that what was ii Pajuf ii. La. A a a a. A to obvious might be omitted to Ereat advantage like \ of Tell us strange things to say there is but one Jod 111 three persons. Unexercised imagination cannot Supply i Voitk and the Muir. I is it any where said Liat we must believe your licentiousness is extreme hut prophets with whom your memory Over plan Santov and their Humour Are not Contemp birr died to be More perfect than our ,�.1 the Village lawyer which is never exp l ati o to i it. Habited on our stage without producing the broadest you must be very cunning to maintain Imossi a a Irish originates among these inc int droll eries. I abilities. Now listen to me is it possible that a Vir file humorous incident of the she Herd who hav Gill can bring Forth a child without ceasing to be a a a a a stolen his master s Sheef is advised a y his Law Virgin yer Only to reply to his judge by mimicking the Domitian. Bleating of a sheep and when the lawyer in return will you not change these foolish sentiments claims Iii fee pays him by Noj Ither Coin is disco would you Pervert us ? self lords Vou Perc in obstinate fellow this is therefore let him be edit from him. J strict to and put into a great caldron of boiling Oil. Tivey had another of drama still broader let him die at the latin Date. Than farce and More strongly featured by the Gross Ness the severity and personality of satire a these the great Devil of fetch me if i Don t latinis a Ere called of which the following one i find i him Well. Never shall Thev hear at the latin Gate the Duke de la \ Allier s Bibliog the que de Oliea i Mese Ioui Imi. M. Liim Vrej ii a Iti will you not Couvert your ered in these ancient farces. Bruyes got up the an Eive now very clearly what client Furce of the a Patel in in 1702, and we borrow if you should Ever travel George which you re Wery like to do seen you vant to see the world and the world vants to see you As far the most convenient Vay t f course you la go by steam which brings me to the subject of this Ere important theme. Veil Ven you gets on Board the boat a Val Kin Here and there you la maybe meet a pretty face and a bewitch in air you la free it Vonce or twice and then you la say Quot she s Wery pretty Quot and then per hupa you la Valk Avay. And maybe hum a ditty. Veil Tsien perhaps at dinner time a glance or two May Vander towards the table s upper end Valiere she s a Zittin yonder you la find a something bout her Mouth and the Vay she lifts her Fork and cuts her meat and moves her jaw and her other table Vork trios tils is i i i i 1 Hgt a Mil a1\mi i it it a Iii in. Mysti Kils. Moua Litius i Racks am so trips. The origin of the Llie Agrical representations of the Huei Enis a it been traced Back to a a Rezian Stroili a in a Carl sin Rizig to the Honor t f Lac Chris. Our l a rope an Hexhi latitious. Put Hap it As rude in their Royit Iii no Ernest were like i get for a Ion to pious Piir to is. Iii ii r the titles Olmo Al ill. It of lie get primeval of tie Ira Iii of inn. In Europe 1 have Coll feud some Ane Wilotis and nine it a i Nicks. It appears that Pil rims introduced Liesel it it out space tacit s. To Lone w to returned from the holy land or other Monserrati d places Cut jump it sed Cantib s of their travels and amused their Reli it ious Fane s by Iii twi a Ini scenes of which a i i get the pos Les. And oth t of Devotion served As the informs us that ten a Lin its lied in troop. Iii St it hid in the Public it tre it is be �1/1 \ Ler led their Jio Ems Vilh their Shaft Quot in Hile their Eha dels and cloaks i overed w Lih s and Pinaire of various c it it or it Torii cd a Pic it pie Eli Iliili ill which at Leilith i the Jhuty tre Francoi the actors came on the stage with their fools j Caps each wanting the right ear and begin with stringing satirical Juo verbs till after drinking freely they discover that their fools Calis want the right ear. They Call on their old grandmother Hottie or p Olav who advises them to take up some Trade. She introduces this progeny of her fools to the ii Ira. Of orld who takes them into his service. The Jeorld i Promise him if he has the gout or the itch he tries their skill and is much displeased with their will soon get rid Ltd them work. The i Orr fool in. Lies his feet by making St. John Dies a perfect Martyr resigned to the the shoes too Small the 7 Yor fool hangs his Coats boil Iii Oil and Gross jests of patroclus and Longinus. Too Loose or too tight about him the priest Foo one i it astonished in the Jire sent times at the excess says his masses either too Short or too tedious. They that the world i oct not know what he wants termite i tie Meives Ami Ami must be sick and prevail on him to get Somelia is if re extra Linary were permitted by an advice from a physician. The ror obligingly sends audience consisting of a whyde town. A extract what is required to an i Rine doctor who instantly from the mystery of Saint i Enni it is in the Duke Juno winces that the of world is As mad As a March any one sing so Well As he shall sing. Torn Al. A i dare venture to say he won t complain of being fro in. I Atrill s. Frita run Quick bring Wood and coals and make the caldron read. One i it astonished m the Jire sent times at the excess says ins mass a tint Quot devoted and indeed blasphemy which the Fri All agree that i myst. I k s and to is of these moralities i permitted themselves and and must be ii a i Thevil tra e w her Lia Ihl so. Ii. Tur of the Citi ens to it it a Sla a Tei i a Poi of a re Iii i l. Tin be Spe Clai left it or i d a tie and in tru it on of the Pelt i de. So at Artive were the a loss a Hil Ilion it in the it i irk a Quot s. That they formed one of the principal Oma Rise its of the reception Wlinich was Given to princes we ii the y entered towns. When the mysteries were performed at a More Ini proved period the actors were distinguished hear heirs and Frei gently consisted of the ecclesiastics of the neighbouring villager who incorporated themselves under the Tille of conf tres i la passion. Their productions were divided not into , but into Dit it Keiit Days of performance and they Ert ter fined in the open a Ilain. Liis was at Hast con Forn aide to the a recept of Quot that mad Knight who a opinion is notice l by Pope. It Appi Ai it b a is in the Llarch Ian Library quoted by w Arlon. That Thev Ere thought to contribute so much to the Iii for nation and instruction of the people that Oik of the p pet granted a Pardon of one the f \ t a i i son who reported pea Ceaf performed in the Whitsun week at Chester be in Ning with the creation and ending w Ith the ral judgment were per forint d Al Ali ten get of the a Lif Terent c or oration the Reader May Smidu Tisins. De la \ Allier s Ijichi Iotla que do theatre Francois Depuis Sou Origine. Or cml if ithe emperor Don Titian irritated against the christians prosecutes them and thus addresses one of his couriers Seigneurs Romains j Ai roman lords i under anti Ndini stand que d in Crucifix d in that of the crucified Pend hanged Titan on fait in Dieu Par notre they make a god in our eni it in kingdom sans Cebu on be Nous without oven designing Daigne Din to ask our permission. He to <11 orders an officer to seize on Dennis in i Rance. When this Olicer arrives at Paris the inhabitants acid Saint him a Quot the rapid and Groves pie prowl Ress of this future Saint a sire in Prechac Uii Dieu a sir he preaches a god at Hare he coins to visit his patient and jets a great Many questions on his unhappy state. Tie h orld replies that what most troubles his head is the idea of a new deluge by fire which must one consume him to Jowder on which the physician gives this answer get the troubles to pour Cela ? Monde tune to troubles Pas Devoir be Carrons Altra a ars Vendee it ache ter bin Chi and you really trouble yourself about this ? of world you to not trouble yourself about seeing those impudent rascals Selling and buying Liv Ings children in the arms of their nurses made abbots Bishops and priors in and d it Ltd the to Lav Ieie a Al the a of that it it. And at these Ludie Rons co Iii it Ina l ans ii fait Tous Les Moisiu of Les Vauls. Ilva a Cheval a ans Che Vauls. In fait it do fait tout ensemble. In \ it Ismeurt in sue in tremble 11 Pleura in Vit in Veille it Dort. 11 est Jeune it v Vieux Foi Bleet fort. 11 fait d in Coq Une Poulette. In Jeue Des arts de Roulette. On Jene scans que be put Len 1 who lims in nah to Iorii it Tui ii and Valley. He goes a horseback without horses he does and undoes at once. He lines he Dies he sweats he trembles. He weeps he laughs he wakes and sleeps. He is of ung and old weak and Strong. He turns a cock into a Hen. He knows How to conjure with cup bail or i do not know who this can be. The ovation Vas performed i the drapers the deluge by the dyers Abraham. Melchizedek Ami lot by the Barbers the Buritica Tiomi by the blacksmiths the last snip it or by the Baker the resurrection by the skinners and them ii Ioir by the tailors. In these piece it tin actors repress it it d the Fierson of the almighty without being sensible of the impiety. So might Kil Iii were they in this i Ifancy of the Art that very s Riou it Couise Juines were produced by their Riili Culous blunders Ami ill managed machinery. In the history of the French theatre vol. Ii p. Re the following singular anecdotes Are air served. Concerning a mystery which took up several Days in the performance. In the Vear 14 i7. When Conard Baver Bishop of ment/., caused the mystery of Quot the Page Sion Quot to be represented pm the Plaisi of vex Mel near that City go l w As an of i p Rutlt Man named or. Nichols Nesif Chatel of Touraine curate of Saint n Victory of met and who was very m Are tirin2 on the Cross had in net la Een timely As isted. He wins so enfeebled that it a Recd another priest should be placed on the Cros the next da., to finish the representation Ltd the p son crucified and Lii Ltd was done of the same i be the or. Nicholas undertook to perform i ii resurrection Vav Hijii being a in its Dittli Chilt to. He did it ail Iraldy it ii Zanoth r Jiries who name was or. A Ltd de Nicey curate of Quot met Tranie Persona Ted Judas and he hid like to have Bei i stifle d w Hile he buns Fin the tree for his neck slipped Illis let eing at length luckily perceived lie a Quin Klov Cut Down and recovered. Jolt to Piehet in his Annales d adj Mitaine n work which Roi stains Many curious Cireno dances of the times w Ritten with Ali it agreeable simplicity which characterises the old w Riters informs is that in 148<, he Siw played Ami exhibited in mask Ries another of these admirers says evidently Allu Dili to the right of baptism a sir hear what this mad priest does he takes water out of a ladle. Sire Oyez Jue fait be Fol Prestrem ii premi de l Yatie in Une . Leet Gete Aux Gens sur la cer Eie. Id lit pie Parlanti sont san a a this Pii be then proceeds to entertain the spectators Veitii the tortures of Saint Dennis and at length when More than dead they mercifully in dead him the Saint after Bis decapitation very quietly takes his head under his Arm and walks Olf the stage in All the dignity of martyrdom. It it justly observed by Bayle on these wretched re in sent Anions that while they the Xieo ple from meditating on the sacred history in the Book whip h contains it in All its purity and Trulli they a a omitted them to see it on the theatre sullied a with a thousand Gross inventions which were express 1 in the most vulgar manner and Iii a farcical style. Arton with his usual a leg Aiice observes a to those whore accustomed to contemplate the in at picture of human follies which the unpolished Ages of i Mirope hold up to our View it will not a Wiear surprising that the Pelt ple who a Ere forbidden to read the events of the sacred history in the Bible in which they Are faithfully and beautifully related should at the Sime time be permitted to see them r presented on the stage disgraced with the grossest a corrupt a d w Ith inventions and additions of the most ridiculous kind sullied with impurities and expressed in the Lang Kige and Gesti Cula los effans in bras Des Nourice Estre Abbes eve pies Prieur Che Vaucher ires Bien Les intriguing with girls Den somirs Tny i Les i in pour Ichiro killing people Foi their Plaisir pleasures Jour be Leur i Altrui Sai minding their own inter sir ests and seizing on what belongs to another Donner Aux i Batteurs a lending their ears to Flat Zience terbers Faire la Guerre a Toute making War cd terminal out Rance ing War. Pour Mirien entre Les for a Bubble among Chr Stiens christians the world takes leave of his physician but retains his advice and to cure his fits of melancholy gives himself up entirely to of his fools. In a word the h urls dress himself in the coat and Cap of Folli and he becomes As Gay and As ridiculous As the rest of the fools. This Sollie Vas represented in the year 1524. Such was the rage for mysteries that Rene d a Jou. King of Naples and Sicily and count of Provence had them represented with All a possible magnificence and made them a very serious occupation. And throwing it at peo living in province and having received letters from pie s Heads his son the Prince of Calabria who Sketl him for he says that when they a in mediate Aid of men he replied that he had a depart they Are saved very different matter in hand for he was fully pm a Ilov etl in setting the order Ofa mystery a in Honor of god. Or. Sir ult in his manners and customs of the English has Given a description of the stage in England when Niv series were the Only theatrical. Vol. Iii. P. In the Early Dawn of literature and when the sacred mysteries were the Only theatrical performances slut is now Cal de the Stagi did then consist j of three several platforms or stages raised one above i another. On the uppermost set the Pater Ca testis Spirro imbed w Ith his Angels on the Secoll appeared the holy saints and glorified to and the last and occupied by Mere men who had not yet pass d from this transitory life to the regions of eternity. Oil one Side of lowest platform was the resemblance of a dark pitchy Cavern a Quot rom whence issued appearance of fire and Llames Arjil when it was you meets her then upon the Quot guard Quot there Vith her Friend she s Val Kin. Her Arm round her Corn Janion s vast As girls do Ven they re Talkin you notes the sweetest kind of foot that nameless girlish Grace and thai Ere smile Vich makes you glow to see on a girl s face veil this goes on perhaps two Days you keeps a Val Kin round. And finds yourself Ven near her Wery silent and profound at last lord Vot a thing it is it runs you thro and thro a you raise your eyes and catch her Lukin Stdio Caius Jeorge at you veil George she Drovis her eyes at Vonce and looks upon the Hoory and you May Vatch her by the hour but vont catch her any More yet somehow she Don t move Avay. In which a Comfort bos and tho you cannot see pm George you kind a feel her eyes veil then Perli aps von of the doors is lined with Lookin Glass in which perhaps you sees her face As longingly you pass you takes a Peep you Valks Avayu and then Valks Back again then sits and looks As tho her face you d draw right out the a Lane you re trying All the time to look As unconcerned As every you runs your fingers thro your hair per Hajis to hum Endeavor but still you re peeping at her face and time dont pass so Dull yen tied Denly a peeping George Vou meets her eyes a a fall of Thunder Stop it George you re gone you feels yourself blushing. And Vonder Why so old a hand should feel his blood a Rushin a but still you sits and so does she and at Voncel without instructor you finds a pane of Lookin Glass a Wery Good conductor veil so it goes next Mornin p r aps you Hows to her Al breakfast and then you Tiddles Villi your Fork Stead of Swal Lerin your Steak fast. Veil she has no great appetite. And Vot she eats she minces and sits uneasy on her chair As if worried Vith Llie Chint Zes perhaps you venture on the Quot guard Quot to say something bout Quot the Mornin Quot and the says Quot yes sir Quot Vith a smile and Blush her Cheek Adermin and then you can t say any More and she can t look up either and you almost vant to get Avayu and you dont vant to neither veil now you re in the proper state for a Quot Urther operation and Here the process should begin Jeorge of Quot manipulation Quot just touch her fingers i if she stands and dont lift up her head. The thing is out As Crocket says Quot you re rights and go ahead i Quot Mississippi River. Straws. Land cruise of an old Salt. Laughable account of a Shipwreck on Terra eccentricities and whimsical ties of old Salt water captains from the Days of Commodore Trunnion Down to the present Are Well known and hundreds of amusing anecdotes have been told upon the subject but As we have never seen the of Loving in print and in the total absence of news a foreign Coastwise or otherwise we have been induced to devote a column to its recital. The hero of our Story Vas an old hero of both the revolutionary and last War one who had Laboured hard suffered much and often received the thanks of his country. Years and exposure having finally rendered him unseat worthy he brought his water tacks ashore and settled Down in a pleasant part of the country to spend the remainder of his Days. After so Long a residence upon the water it is not to be supposed that the old gentleman found every thing Quot ship a Hope Quot on land but with tho assistance Ofa couple of old sailors one of Quot them an irishman whom he Lead brought ashore with him he in a Short time made out to introduce Man of War fashions so far As practicable upon his premises. Among his other eccentricities he had a Carriage built upon a plan entirely new purely original and we doubt if even among the thousands of useful ornamental and nonsensical articles in the Patent office at Washington its fellow can be found. It was nothing More nor less than a regular Man of War on a Small scale completely rigged with sails haulers anchors acc. This he had set upon Springs the whole confined upon four common Carriage wheels. Mike his Irish Sailor was soon let into american sculptors in the following interesting intelligence in regard to american sculpture in Italy we Are indebted to a private let ter from an american gentleman now travelling Iii Europe whose opinion in works of Art and taste we highly estimate from a personal knowledge of its . Y. Courier. Quot our Friend Greenough will have his great work the statue of Washington finished by 6umm�r. It is an immense work eight times larger than few the Block of Marble originally weighed 1000 pounds and the statue when completed will weigh some Twenty five or thirty tons. Greenough is do ing Many pretty things for his countrymen. A head of Clay for his son in Law 3ir. Irwin is Nearl finished the likeness of it perfect and the Sculp turf Superb. One of Toliese he has made before. A Venus that he is executing for or. Lowell of Boston is exquisite and two pieces of great Beauty he is engaged upon for a lady in new Haven. Greenough now deservedly ranks among the first if not at the very head of modern sculptors who in my opinion in Beauty of execution Al least equal if they do not surpass the ancients. Quot Powers from Cincinnati has Aston shed All Italy with his Heads and italians of the bet to and most Practised taste have declared to a Friend of mine that they never seen any equal them. He a has Heads finished or finishing of several of our distinguished men Baldwin the Engineer Mcduffie Calhoun Webster and others the likeness True to the smallest wrinkles and beautifully sculptured. Indeed this Powers has aroused All the sculptors of Italy or is a distinguished Friend of mine remarked the secret of driving four in hand and two or Throe a the other waked them up to put Forth All their Little jaunts were made in the neighbourhood with might and skill to keep within calling distance of Complete Success. I him. This strife for perfection in this Noble Art is one Fine morning in summer the old Commodore j producing the happiest invited several ladies to take a cruise with him in his vessel to some Springs situated about Twenty Miles of. Fearing that Fine Accident might occur they politely refused. He set Forth in glowing terms the pleasures of such a cruise said it was a conveyance decidedly safer than any that could be procured and used every argument to induce the ladies to take passage but All to no purpose. Some gentle substitute for embalm knt a when m Gaii Nal made his process Public he was not aware himself perhaps of the use to which it could be applied. Several weeks ago the body Ofa boy murdered under very mysterious circumstances was brought to the morgue the place where All persons found drowned or murdered and who Are not immediate a men finally agreed to accompany him and taking by recognized Are exposed and the veins were in Mike along to sit on the Bowsprit and drive and the 1 ejected according to the plan Laid Down by m. Gau necessary the audience were treated with hideous Yelling and noises As imitative of the Liow Lings and i cries of Quot the Var etched souls tormented by the relent less Defi Loiis. From this yawning Cnoc the devils i hems Ives constantly ascended to Delight and to in struck the Spectator a to Delight because they were Iii daily the greatest jesters and Liui Tootie Tomt alien Lions d the lowest farce elsewhere he Philosophi &Quot"1 up a Quot struck for that they treated the eally observes that however Thev had their use Nior tals who Vivere Denvered to them with v a a not Only in t. A hmm the great truths of scripture to a waning thereby All men careful Fernung of v ital 1 not uncommon cause men who could not read the Bible but in abolishing a to avoid the a Allig into the clutches of such har of is o vital Powers is the Young sleeping with the a remorseless spirits an anecdote relat aged. I he fact however explained has been Long devils. There Are Many devils that walk in this world devils Large and devils Small devils so meagre devils so Stout devils with horns and devils without sly devils that go with their tails unfurled bold devils that carry them quite unfurled Meek devils and devils that Brawl serious devils and laughing devils imps for churches and imps for revels devils uncouth and devils polite devils Black and devils a Hite devils foolish and devils Wise but a laughing woman with two Bright eyes. Is the a Portt Devil of All. Don t your grandmother trans by a or a on of Poitiers the nativity. A Sion and resurrection of Christ in great Triumph &Quot&Quot<1 to a English Mysky presents a curious specs Long i reviled As the sole species of popular amuse of the manners of our country Winch then Dor there were Assern lds d ii this occasion the ladies and gentlemen of the neighbouring counties. We will now examine the mysteries their is Ives. I prefer this a Niepow Jcj give a so Cir Neil from the French which Are livelier than our own. It is necessary to premise to the Reader Liat my v it Sions being in prow will probably Low much of that quaint Exi ression and vulgar Nair of which prevail through the originals written in oct syllable verses. One of these mysteries has for its subject the election of in apostle to sup ily the place of the traitor Judas. A dignity so awful is conferred in the meanest Nini intr it is possible to conceive it is done by drawing two straws of which he who jets the Louif est la comes the apostle. Louis Clio Quet was a the barbarous att chm evil to military games and the Quot tid could admit of such a representation the simplicity the Sottini a were More farcical than farce in i i re favorite composer of these religious performances licentiousness of Pasqui Nades. I they softened the manners of the people by divert Liberti ism of the age Vas great. A a play ing the Public attention to a Ecta cles in which the As acted in one of the principal cities of England mind was concerned and by creating a regard for Quot Al Quot do Quot Section of the trading companies of that other arts than those of bodily strength and Savage 1 a before a numerous Assembly of both sexes d b j i Prein Mam and eve appeared on the stage in mysteries Are to be distinguished from a a a Ely naked performed their whole part in the rep and Farris and hotties. Mor Juies Are dialogues presentation of e. In to the Serpent s temptation to the where the interlocutors represented feigned or ally i fruit the perceiving of and Orical . Farces were More exactly what conversing about their Nak Edne and to the Supply to Cir title indicates obscene , and dissolute Quot a of Fig leaves to cover it. Warton observes they presentations where both he actions and words a in a the authority of scripture for such a represent Are alike reprehensible. Matters just As they found them i the third chapter of genesis. Raising a laugh. In the following dialogue Anne an caiaphas Are introduced conversing about Saint Peter and Saint John a remark Ali Man named Samuel Ker a who is a Weaver in Clayton has during the of diet for present year trained a a Tarling to repeat Trio follow the Benefit of the human body. Quot get roses and it can articulate the words so very when he attempts tie pathetic he has constantly re j a Ken Ioil re to is a Weaver in Clayton a during the Coli re to devils but As these characters Are Sims i my Moray is Emilu ii i tie a Onu Emna it. Trained with Little propriety his pathos succeeds in Quot org urging form the present subject. That any stranger May understand them Viz towards the close is a trial Between feasting and Whittic a bit. Walk in ladies and gentle supper. They Are summoned before experience Tlle lord chief Justice feasting and supper area in p. I Rem Elk a them once very honest people. They a accused of having murdered four persons by Force Bave often brought their fish to my House to sell. I of gorging them. Exper Unet condemns feasting to Alai Gallows and his executioner is j9i�/. Feasting is this True ? asks for a father confessor and makes a Public con Anne. Session of so Many crimes such numerous Consul by god it is True my servant Remmel it or them Sions pop lexis head aches stomach qualms amp a. Very Well. To live More at their Rase they have left which he has occasioned that Bis executioner diet or business or perba>8 they were in want of Cus in a rage Stow his Mutli puts the Cord about Bis men take your places take your places a pot of Beer Jacob and look Quick How do you like it a pretty Well 1�?whr.t will you have to your breakfast Tea and cake for Susy and a posset for Jacob is the name which the Bird answers to. It can aug whistle very distinctly Quot Over the Waters to Charley Quot and when it has done whistling that tune it generally says Quot Good night ladies and gentlemen Good we understand that the Bird will probably be exhibited at the Halifax exhibition. Remarked and it is Well known to every unprejudiced observer. But it has been most unaccountably overlooked in Medicine. I have on several occasions met Voith the counterpart of the following Case i was a few years since consulted about a Pale sickly and thin boy of about five or six years of age. He appeared to have no specific ailment but there was a blow and a remarkable decline of flesh and strength and of the Energy of All the functions what his Mother very aptly termed a gradual blight. After inquiring into the history of the , it came out that he had been a robust and Plethoria child up to his third year when his grandmother a very aged person took him to sleep with her and that he soon afterwards lost his Good looks and he had continued to decline Ever since notwithstanding medical treatment. I directed him to sleep apart from the aged Parent and prescribed tonics change of air Etc. Tho recovery was rapid. It is not with children Only that debility is induced by this Mode of abstracting vital Power. Those in Good health should never sleep with sickly persons. Agriculture As a profession strengthens tho mind and contributes to tho health and Energy of the human Constitution and when attended to As a science it is a boundless source of rational amusement wealth and happiness her Sailor to hand sails amp of. The parly got under Way and set sail for the Springs. A Quot to Road for the first ten Miles of the journey was level or slightly ascending and this part was got Over smoothly and i Ghoul Accident. Occasionally As the Road turned to the right or left the old Commodore would sing out to Mike to haul in or Slacken his Larboard or starboard braces and As so far it had been perfectly Quot Plain sailing Quot every thing worked to a Charm. They had now arrived at a Point of the voyage where the Road began to descend. The horses dashed offal a More rapid Rale and the whole party were Xiii Larate As they flew past rocks Trees and fences. The farther they advanced the faster went the horses and from a brisk Trot they Al length got into a Canter. Quot haul taught the fore braces Quot said the Commodore alluding to the lines which were attached to the leaders. Quot Aye Aye Tir Quot responded Mike who was now holding them with All his might. Quot Slacken the Larboard fore Brace there hurry Quot continued the Commodore As the leaders were approaching too near the Brink of a precipice which stared at to lieu from the left. Quot Aye Aye sir Quot said alike. Quot How fast Are we going now Quot said the Commodore to the other tar. Quot about sixteen knots sir Quot continued Jack who was holding fast to the Little Forem is to prevent being pitched out As the wheels would occasionally hit a slump or Root. The Pace had now become absolutely terrific. Single Trees and double Trees were rattling traces were swinging about hold Back straps a Ere strained All but to breaking and still the mad steeds kept on Down the Declivity. To Llie left was a Steep and gloomy precipice at some Points a Hundred fuel High and to run of Here to meet with a Shipwreck Al such a Point would involve the certain destruction of passengers and horses officers and Crew Rise Jia sengers were alarmed and even the Brave old coi Tiodore although he showed no fear and appeared perfectly Cool and collected began to think it Lime to Quot haul in Quot How docs she head now 1&Quot shouted the old fellow to Mike. Quot inight on to that Howlin precipice there. Be me sowl it would it be our mothers that us know us if she sinks in that ugly spot Quot was the answer. Quot let go the Mainsail Quot Sung out the Commodore who was All the time working Al a Sham rudder aft imagining he was keeping his Craft from going Over the sleep. Quot Aye Aye sir Quot and Down came the sail rattling and filter aug with the current of air raided but the Speed Al which they were going. The noise frightened the horses still More and Down they went at a Pace faster than Ever. Quot let go the to sails. Jack Quot was the next order and they were soon fluttering and flapping about. A keep her steady there Quot thai s list what i m of Thor doing sir but the divil himself could it keep a Craft steady in such a rough time As Quot Jib there let go and haul the Jib Quot Sung out the Commodore. In less time than it takes us to Tell it the Jib came Down upon the wheel horses who receiving an additional fright started off Quot More furiously than Ever. Things now looked alarmingly serious and the gentlemen passengers were trembling with fright. The Commodore had one More Experiment to try and As Shipwreck now appeared inevitable he Sung out. Quot let go the Anchor be Quick Quot no sooner said than done for before tho words were fairly out of the Coin Indore s Mouth Jack had pushed a Small Anchor from the bows of the Craft. About fifteen fathoms of rope spun out with great velocity when the Anchor aug it in a tree by the Road Side and brought them All up. It did not bring them up All standing however but All tumbling for the sudden a re sent the leaders Over the precipice dragging the other horses and the novel crafts passengers baggage and ally a distance of about thirty feet after them. Three of the horses were killed Mike had his shoulder put out the old Commodore was severely and his friends slightly injured and even the Guerriere at or having been battered All to pieces by the Constitution did not present such a melancholy looking wreck As the old Conini Dure a Man of War pleasure Wagon after the Accident. Thus ends our Story of the Quot land cruise of an old . Nal. The Corpse of this poor boy has remained several weeks in As fresh a state As when it was found a few hours after the murder. It has not yet be ii recognized but one cannot but Admire the facility thus of Quot ered for recognition. But for this discovery the utmost time that the body could have remained at the morgue would have been five or six Days. M. Faunal s process is exceedingly simple and attended with very Little expense. He makes a solution composed of sulphate of Alumina and hot water and injects by tho right carotid artery in summer three quarts of this liquid and in Winter loss to cording to the . A Bio fish Atta Kapas Republican says Tley have been furnished through the politeness of a Friend with a list Offish caught in a Seine on saturday last from Lake Chita Maches. The following is the number and names of the finny gentlemen picked up on the memorable occasion above alluded to Ore Alligator six feet Long 2 Sharks 6ve it fee it Long Alligator Gars four feet Long 2sheephead8 5 Bull Alo or Carp 1.5 mullets 8 Catfish 20 Perch or Garfish 32 sardines 2 flounders 1 Stingerie 1 a Jet hell Turtle 1 hard do. 25 lbs. 6 soft Shell crabs 5 hard do. 18 Sunfish and a number of shrimps and other Small Fry too tedious to mention. Reading taste of the give some idea of the dil Terence in the sales of different kinds of books the Massachusetts Board of education state in their last annual report that of some of Bulwer s and Marayati s novels from ten to fifteen thousand copies have been sold in this country while of that valuable and instructive work Sparks s american biography less than two thousand copies on an average have been sold and of Prescott s Ferdinandi and Isabella Only about thirty six Hundred. The latter is considered a remarkable Large Sale and is owing in a considerable degree to the Superior manner in which that interesting history was written. Royal Cost mkt Queen Victoria held a drawing room on the 13lh. The following is the description of her dress on the occasion Quot dress of White tulle Over White Satin tho body and sleeves richly ornamented with diamonds Ana blonde the skirt elegantly trimmed with a deep Blond flounce Pale roses and diamonds train o Pink Irish poplin richly brocaded in Silver trimmed with Blond and Silver and lined with White Satin. Head dress feathers and diamonds necklaces and ear rings in suite. Consi s or census of Boston just taken shows that there Are 84,000 inhabitants in that City which gives it 35 representatives in the legislature. The important be of vaccination and is extremely subject to epidemic diseases and during the last few years to Small pox. From the various observations which he has made during these epidemic attacks professor Otto concludcb�?1. That the vaccine virus has lost nothing of its original Force. 2. That a child cannot be vaccinated too soon after its birth. 3. That the protective influence of the vaccine virus gradually diminishes with time in some perhaps in the greater part of those vaccinated it is lost after a certain number of years. 4. The nature of Cicatrix does not enable us to determine How far the disease will be modified. 5. Small pox when it occurs in the vaccinated is always modified and the More so the younger the person is. 6. Regular variola Sre Sll pox the age of fourteen. 7. Out of ten vaccinated persons who died none passed the age of Twenty Throe. 8. Not a single Case of Small pox had occur old English following is a dinner of the reign of Charles the first a soup of snails a powdered Goose a Joll of Salmon and a dish of Green fish buttered. Then came a Lombard pie a cow s udder roasted a hedgehog pudding a Rabbit stuffed with oysters Polonia Sausa res. To these succeeded As enl remits a spin age tart a carbonated Hen a pie of aloes eggs in Moonshine m Crystal Jelly jumbo los quid Dary Braggio and Psi nut Suc kete. Cock ale surfeit water Canary sack and Gascony wines served to moisten this i Tero generous repast. Down easier recently came to Ner York and took lodgings for the night at one of what a night be called the High houses. Telling the waiter in the wished to be called in the morning for the Quot boat both of them proceeded on Quot their winding Way Quot upwards till having arrived at the top of Tim eighth flight of stairs Jonathan caught the Arm of his guide and accosted him thus Quot look Here stranger if you intend to Call me at six o clock in the Morni you might As Well do it now As it will be that Lime Afore i can get Down again t we give , of the Boston Post majr have that old razor. We give it up freely Aflak Reading the following or. Hitchcock pulls Teeth so easily that a taxi the other begged him to Quot finish the Row Quot Afler he had removed a decayed one be said be enjoyed we had scarcely finished Reading the above when we noticed the following in the Boston Traher script. I Bot a Boston wags Are ahead yet. A pass Good is said that Trout Are so plenty in Granville in this state that when one Aiau a fishing fur them anutber4a obliged to stand by to Hook with a club to prevent More than one from Khz ing at a . The United states steam Brett r Tifful ship which is lying near the presided a 111% Trafalgar Dock is in a state of great Forward in All the heavier portions of her machinery Beikof lit ready on Board. A number of workmen Are in Board fixing the engines and fitting up he Cabins. I be accommodations will be of the flies class neither pains nor expense Benj pared to i Der the whole in accordance with pm a a pm a combination of the comm odious and this ship is greatly admired both for her workmanship and the taste displayed a uie i of her head and i Loti them. In a been Mary s time a procht Matioli in a Anat prohibiting the wearing of shoes More tin it Idu red As yet in the re a mag atone is situate at the toes
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