Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana 4 Mar 1840
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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - March 4, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana
M a Pim a Irivin Pipii jul 05the -0- published every wednesday iii i e by obo Rob a. Chat Oak to Tafte haute Jig county Lic Daiva Harch 4, is Lithe Wabash enquirer a up blinked a ery acc on at be item fab Ink and Ohio a Irett directly eat of Ike court Houte. dollars per annul. To to Douma and fifty cell will be received if paid wit bid Eigil no Doha from the Lime of pubs cubing to it a Toto Douay if paid in Advance or Wilhm four Toonis. No paper disown Tibold till All arrearage Are paid unless at the option of the proprietor. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the end of the year will be considered a new engagement. 0 after tip Emez a in this paper will not be al Lowed to average More than four columns. Advertisements inserted three times a one Dollar a Square 9 line to be co minued at the rate of 25 cent per Square weekly. Unless the number of insertions be marked on the manuscript when handed in it will be continued till ordered out and charged accordingly. Advertisements Publ Abed by the Quarter or longer will be charged $3 a Square $6 for six months or $10 a a druggist and others advertising by the year will be charged for two squares 15,5 a for three squares 2 it for Quarter of a of Loim Ems $25 Hilf a $50 three fourths j of a . $63 for a $75 a year. Eller and won from the Dusty Cit As be Joa eyed by it an involuntary wish that he might withdraw himself from the turmoil of the Metropolis and Bury himself in the tranquil izing obscurity of Rural retirement. I have frequently marked Bow utterly vain it is fur even the most graphic pen to give an adequate delineation of the beauties of nature. The commonest scenes the Hills the slopes the verdant Meads and the thick rustling foliage every where to be met with beyond the Din and Bustle of our Large cities have charms which cannot be transferred to language. The poet and the novelist cannot paint in the color ing of words Quot in the land Krape of a Lay Quot a the gorgeous Clouds of Sunset the Clear warm heaven at Tuou the Limpid Stream As it gurgles and Ripples Over in Pebby Channel in a thousand Gay meanders singing and frolicking along As if it were endued with Cuscio Asness and was sporting away the sunny hours like u Happy child. A single Rustle of the Green Trees As they spread their Cool Shade Over the weary traveller and quiver with the passing Breeze like a Young Maiden at the whisper of her Lover has music in its Small tinkling sound which poetry with All la High reaching cannot describe. As i have said there was nothing particularly Beautiful in the abode of William Woodville yet 1 have no Hope to convey to the Reader an accurate idea of its traits of loveliness. The House was a Small modest mansion situated on the very Summit a , Quot a gentle acclivity which Rose gradually from the by statute must be paid exterior or at least such paits of it As tur in Advance. coining from abroad must be a ii a pained Willi the Cash unless ordered for Pauli by a Brollier publisher. Pm solaire must be paid. The squatter. A talk or Illinois. Chapter in. U in portion and along , which Lead directly to taif door of Teilh jul give you you May have in Quot a oui in. In re Lalin it i Lii a Story i Irive so Lar complied with the of the h. Ration i have plunk a to i Mlo like Ruddle of affairs and j>erhap8 the Reader will now be willing to something of the previous history of him whom we left in such fearful . In doing this i Mist necessarily be tree v. Hob tensile branches drooped Over the Glassy Brief for my narration has already extended to a i surface of the water As if like the fabled youth of in iii greater length than was anticipated. Oid enamoured with their own reflection. Beyond it was in a Beautiful Village not far from the town i at some distance the Billows of the hound danced where As i have told my readers i am at present and sparkled in the sunbeams while the steam engaged in the honorable and useful profession of boats and the while sails of the sloops and other peeped through the Honey buckles and other running vines which at some seasons of the year almost covered it were As White As Quot the Snow Flike Ere it leaves the at one end of the edifice a Grove of gnarled and Over arching Oaks Quot spread wide their everlasting arms while at the other the Eminence descent ing with More abrupt Declivity and thickly covered All the Way with a Young growth of Pine Trees was Laved at Bottom by a brawling Stream which dashed Over the obstructions that impeded its Progress with the noisy Wrath of an impetuous conqueror. Hut its velocity after it had passed the roughness of this Ravine soon subsided and by the time it had reached the Lowland on the opposite Side of the Road it spread i Seif out into a Broad Sheet As silent and Uio lioness As must be the most torrent like conqueror at last. Around the Borders of the title Lake thus formed was Here and there a Willow teacher that William Woodville was born and educated. I Balher died Wilile he was yet in infancy and hib Mother shortly after followed her partner to the grave. The orphan boy was taken into the family of his paternal Uncle by whom he was educated with sed Ulous care and whose fatherly solicitude his Jiening faculties promised richly to repay. His Uncle had a Pon of nearly the same age with William but a widely different vessels which forever gliding along its surface gave much additional loveliness to the Prospect. It was al the Twilight hour of a Lovely Day that poor John Thornton was seen walking along with an unsteady gait towards William s secluded residence. Since Otis return from sea he bad several times of traded himself in the society of Eleanor previous to her marriage and had borne himself with such unbecoming behaviour that at length her Ltd none. When i data covered that us wre died Man bad breathed Bis last i Rose and looked intently a round on the Moonlight Prospect Bot All nature a Jept in Tranquility As motion Lem As the body before me. Not a moving obit we to be seen. While i was thus gazing and listening the rustling of a footstep in the Wos Drew my attention and in mediately plunging in in the direction of the sound i thought to discover the miscreant. Bat it proved to be David like myself attracted to the spot by the report of the gun. He was terrified when 1 told him the murder that had been committed and proposed that we should instantly leave the spot Leet we should be seen there and suspicion should Light on us. Although i fear not such an event for i Trust my character is above suspicion yet the Vei y natural suggestion of his timid mind had the Ellie to induce me to return to the body and repossess myself of my neck cloth lest being found there stained with the victim s blood it should Lead to in pleasant surmises and inquiries. Here Eleanor pot it out of sight the Blo upon it makes me ski. But an hour since that blood was flowing warmly through the veins of a relative to sat Here in this very chair and fur a Drunken License his Tongue i thrust him out of my door i precipitated him on what is that Eleanor v continued William Afler a pause As Bis eyes fell on something that glistened on the carpet. She stooped to pick it up. Quot As i live Quot resumed be seizing it from her hand Quot tis Thornton s pocket Book. How came it Here Quot it must have fallen from him during your struggle Quot said Eleanor who perceived that her husband s mind was strongly agitated by the occurrences of the evening. Quot yes yes said he again Quot put it away. We will give it in the earliest Opportunity to his Legal and after so speaking he fell into a reverie from which he was not aroused before the Silver voice of Eleanor had twice summoned him to bed. The one was All openness and sincerity the other. Parent was obliged to exclude him from Bis Bouse was cunning artful and morose the one was Natur i this circumstance had occasioned Mitch talk in the ally intelligent and applied himself with a remitted Little Village As indeed in a country town what attention to his studies to repay As far As he Milit j circumstance of a private nature does not ? and some the aloof it paternal care which he received while of those parasites Ever where to be found who the other was slow of comprehension and inverter lately Idle in his habits. The Clergyman of the Village in which they resided poor Man i remember him Well and often have we had our game of Back Gammon together had one Only daughter the fair Eleanor. 1 will not pause now to Tell the Reader any minute particulars concerning a Lii be Lull Ful girl nor relate any of the ill Ere to log anecdotes with which my ii Limary with her father led me to be acquainted. Let it suffice to Kay that the was As much Superior to the rest of the courted the company of John because he had plenty of Money instigated him to revenge the insult. At last incited by the loud haunting so his associates who were free to say what they would have done by the Way i have always noticed that those who Are first to boast Bow they would fave acted in the situation of some other aggrieved person Are by no Means the readiest to avenge their own injuries by these i say and inflamed with that deplorable cause of incalculable evil drink John took a solemn oath that if Cousin William married elea vill Ige Maidens in mental endowments As in per nor he would make him deeply regret his Success in in conic Linets a and in the latter respect no one Ful rivalry. The marriage As the Reader Haa been pretended to vie with her. Yet possessed in an informed did take place however and the threat of abundant degree of All qualities which Render i John after having been talked of a few Days had Fen Alee Fuch objects of admiration and love she almost passed away from memory As the vain Blus acid it he alone appeared to be perfectly unconscious jeering of an intoxicated bully of her charms. Such Meek unaffected loveliness Fuch intelligence much vivacity innocent vivacity Cuch readiness of wit harmless wit never exerted to wound the feelings of any one and such continued Good humor As poor Eleanor possessed Seldom inf leed fall to the lot of a single individual. It would William who previous to his marriage had received some intimation of his Cousin s hostile intentions now resolved As he saw him approaching to receive him with such kindness As might serve to disarm his Wrath and bring Back the softening recollection of their school boy Days and Early com teem As if in her composition As in the Hodian is Panio ship into his mind. But the Moros eness and Maner piece of mimic Art. Every admirable Quality j intractable invest Tracy of his relative frustrated this thai we meet with singly in other persons have been design. Haf ily mingled by nature with a Liberal hand. J j will not d vell on the particulars of this inter from being her schoolmates and John View As they afterwards came to Light during the As they grew up became the suitors of Eleanor and j minute investigations of a Legal tribunal. Let it of it drily avowed their attachment though i have al j suffice to say that the conduct of John was of the ways thought that the latter was Asj Nuch incited i most abusive and irritating nature until he finally chinks Silks and , a texture so ancient and Peculiar to China still affords the dress which above All others is considered Rich and valuable. It is the prescribed attire of All the High officers of government and is worn by every one who makes any pretensions to opulence. Even soldiers Are not considered in full uniform or fit for Parade unless in silk. Fine Robes of the same material Are the chief presents made by the emperor to foreign princes ambassadors or subjects whom he wishes to Honor. Yet this manufacture like most of those in Asia is carried on without capital without division of labor by single individuals each of whom spins weaves Aud dyes his own web. The fabrics produced Are notwithstanding extremely Rich and in Many cases painted and embroidered with uncommon splendor. Silk twist cords and tassels Are also made of great Beauty. The last Are wrought in a Peculiar manner upon frames placed perpendicularly and in diminishing upwards like a Cone. Velvets and gauges have not been carried the same perfection As in Europe. Cotton cloth is now a still More extensive Branch being used by the people who Thois go generally poor Are More substantially clothed than the other nations of tropical Asia. Such being its destination Little pains Are taken to Render it Fine As Muslin and Calico have no attraction for the grandees of the Empire. Yet Nankin produces the elegant article which bears its name. The color is the natural one of the cot ton which when pure has always More or less of a yellow tint. Only a limited Quantity is fabricated chiefly for exportation while the chinese import largely the inferior Cotton of India to be employed for Home Cabinet Library. By a spirit of rivalry a by any real affection. The preference of Eleanor for , was Manifest enough to those who understand the operations of Ibe human heart though of i urse she meant not that it should be shown but love will Peep out and went so far As to cast an insult upon Eleanor which the patience of Man could not Brook. At this unhappy Climax of his Cousin s Folly Williams color mounted to his very temples and springing towards tie delinquent he seized him by the neck and or betray the secret of the breast w Here he his taken up dered him to leave his Louse. A struggle ensued his abode Eitnier in a plance of the Eye or a smile but William s form was athletic by nature and in on the lip or in a soft and modulated sigh. At curated by exercise and he easily succeeded in thrust length when Uit Ibie declarations had been made no his antagonist to he door. The latter under the Blu Hong girl acknowledged her attachment to j Cei Ved had taken a knife irom his. Pocket and just the one Cousin and in the kindest and Mol delicate i As William by a great Effort of strength raised him manner dismissed the suit of the other. William from the floor and was in the act of throwing him was delighted and John was Erasi iterated and Here i beyond the hires hold he received from the infuriate As the la beginning of trouble. The latter soon found j de Man a Stab in his Side. But he accomplished his of Cushion to fasten a quarrel on his Foster brother and the Foll a boys were Only prevented by the inter object and his feelings were too highly wrought for him to be immediately sensible of his Fermi ice of parental authority from settling their Dif ashamed of having suffered himself to be so excited Ference Quot in an honorable manner Quot As the sprigs of j by the desperado he now left the apartment by Ling. The Uncle s of another. Fashionable life misnamed Duell factions from this time grew lukewarm towards William and John found Good Means to Widen the breach. Partly from the circumstances of his rejected suit partly from the abundant pecuniary resources which his dealing parents who was very Rich supplied him Wilh and More than either i suspect from the prompting of his natural disposition John so it in got to be a imitated took a share in Many disreputable affairs and finally went to sea. When he at length returned to ins native Village Bis father had been sometime dead and he now became the sole inheritor of his Large property. But the stillness and Tranquility of a country life Sines his wandering propensities bad been St imputed by an excursion to foreign parts was less than Ever edited to his taste and quickly disposing of All Bis property he resolved to invest the proceeds in some moneyed Naii tuition where without Sny care of his own it Miglini yield him a regular income. It was on the even ii of the Day when the land special Stop who had purchased the estate for less than half in Worth had paid Huiai the sum agreed non that John considerably inebriated was seen entering the Bouse of William Woodville. William in consequence of the hostility Whiteb his Uncle during the latter part of his life entertained towards him bad been left by Bim without any resources but an excellent education the beet of All resources a Bleb be bad received yet nut dispirited by this circumstance but on Ibe Eon Fery imly invigorated be get out with ardor in the profession of the Law for which Bis previous Eta Dies bad prepared at Ibe time to which i have now brought Ray narrative be had been United Louie Lovely Eleanor fur about a Tobej were enjoying in Ibe Little and Roia attic looking cottage a Rhib they had chosen fur their abode the full Fraimon of Hymen al Blixie. There Wae no iii Reom Rhaue in the scenery where the Cooee was Lee led Ead numb of particularly Bem Tiehl in the neat Little do Eliof itself yet it in Varity attracted the Atte flt in of the pwt trav polish Day while the dictator chop Liki was reviewing the National guard a villager desired to be presented to him. The whole corps perceiving with emotion an old peasant followed by his three sons already like himself wearing Tho National uniform. The virtuous old Man had sold his oxen that the state might not be put to the expense of their clothing. Thus he gave to his country his Fortune his children and his life. Garelyn ski formerly a staff officer nearly sixty years old re entered the ranks of the army and fou to by the Side of his son at the Battle of Kurow. They were surrounded by a number of Twenty russian dragoons. In vain did they Endeavor to Ward off their blows. The Young Man received a deep wound Bis old father seeing Ali it fought with so desperate a bravery that our troops bad time to come to their Succour and save them. A courier sent by marshal Diebitsch to the emperor having been taken by a Lancer offered him 40�o ducats for his deliverance. Though you were to give me 4, my replied the honest Soldier am a pole and shall not suffer you to pass immediately took his prisoner to the head quarters presented him to the general in chief but without speaking of the action he had performed with As much simplicity As nobleness. It was the courier himself who still More moved with admiration related to the general All that had happened exclaiming in All the armies of the emperor you would not and one individual resembling this Man a jew monthly Magazine. . Another door with the intention at least it was so stated on the trial which ensued of calming his agitation during a solitary walk. He had not been Long gone when the report of a Musket broke the by illness of the night and its loud reverberations were repeated Fram Rock to Rock till at length the sound died away like the far off mutterings Thunder. The report Start d Eleanor the ruffled state of whose mind rendered her easily susceptible of fear. An indefinite presentiment of some dreadful evil passed like a Cloud Over her soul and caused her to tremble in every limb. She had started from her chair and just reached the door by which her husband Lea the apartment when it was thrown suddenly open and the subject of Ber anxiety smeared with blood and Pale As a statue stood before her. Quot he is murdered Quot cried he As he Sank into a chair and covered his face with his Crimson hands. Quot murdered Quot ejaculated Eleanor her throbbing heart telling Ber at once who Wae the victim and Ber Eye with an apprehensive glance seeking that of her husband. Quot yes Eleanor. I was walking with a rapid step through the Grove in the path which we have so often trodden together when the report of a Musket aroused me from my unpleasant Roedi Batione. The unusual occurrence and at such an on Neuse time impressed Roe with strange forebodings. I rushed to the spot whence the found proceeded and there stretched out in the Broad Light of the mourn and in the last agonies of dissolution i beheld the unhappy Thornton. He recognized me As i approached Bim and in a voice which yet sounds in my ear faintly cried Woodville i forgive ooh it i have deserved this at your hands i Tore my neck cloth from my Throat and endeavoured to Eun Noh Hie blood but while i waa yet Busy in this Elbrt be breathed a Eca reely audio leap to a i Eti Fly a Ning out he few me with his eyes fixed on mine left me Bead iof then Over an one Necious Quot Wae there no Trade by which the perpetrator of the horrid deed May be discovered asked Eue Oor. I. I in the Musi amp Oren dvrs. Or o. W. Boumis there m three Waye in which men Uke okie e Mon from Hie Puree. And very hard it in to Tell which of the three is worst Bot All of them Are bad enough to make a body Moree. You re Riding out some pleasant Day. And counting up your gains a fellow jumps from out a Bush and Takee your horse s reins. Another hints rame words about a Bullet in your brains. It s hard to meet Ench preening friends in such a lonely spot it e very hard to lose your Cash but harder to be shot and so you Uke your Wallet out though you would rather you re going out to Dine a some filthy creature Bege you la hear about the Cannon Ball that carried off his pegs. And says it is a dreadful thing for men to lose Timeir legs. He tells you of his starving wife. His children to be fed. Poor Little Lovely innocents All clamorous for bread a and so you kindly help to put a Bachelor to bed. You re sitting on your window seat beneath a cloudless Moon you hear a sound that seems to Wear the semblance of a tune. As if a broken Fife should strive to drown a cracked Bassoon. And nearer nearer still the tide of music seems to come. There s some thing like a human voice and Someth Sig like a drum you sit in speechless agony until your ear is numb. Poor Quot Home Sweet Home Quot should seem to be a very dismal place your Auld acquaintance Quot All at once is altered in the face their discords sting through Burns and Moore like hedgehogs dressed in lace. You think they Are crusaders sent from some infernal clime. To Pluck the eyes of sentiment and Dock the Tail of rhyme to crack the voice of Melody and break the legs of time but hark the air again is still. The music All is ground. And silence like a poultice comes to heal the blows of sound it cannot be a it is a it is a a hat is going round no pay the dentist when he leaves a fracture in your jaw. And pay the owner of the Bear. That stunned you with his Paw and boy the Lobmier that has had your Knuckles in his claw but if you Are a portly Roan pot on your fiercest frown and talk about a Constable to turn them out of town then close your sentence with an oath and shut the window Down Aud if you Are a slender Man not big enough fur that or if you cannot make a speech because you Are a Flat. Go very quietly and drop a Button in the Bat extraordinary Stu Isaace of the non fatality of Pru in few Days ago a favorite dog be longing to or. John Ruthven of Edinburgh having been for two years in a declining state of lie Alth owing it is believed to Poison having been by some malicious person wickedly administered to Bim it was found necessary to terminate his existence by giving Bim a dose of prussic acid. Accordingly an extra Largo dose nearly a teaspoonful the fourth part of which was sufficient to have killed a horse was carefully pot Down his Throat about half a minute elapsed before it had any effect when he dropped Down giving several yells and then went into Strong convulsions writhing and tumbling about from Side to Side and exhibiting Many other symptoms of speedy dissolution at last he Lay quiet almost without signs of life excepting now and then hard breathing. He continued in this state nearly half an hour when strange to relate he gave evident indication of returning animation but seemed quite unconscious of any thing about Bim. In a abort time he raised himself to a sitting posture when be was seized with a violent vomiting after which be gradually became better and gave signs of a torn ing consciousness by whining and moaning and then Shook bime Elf violently without interim Eaton for about ten minutes. La the course of two hours he was As Well As Ever and apparently in much better spirits than before. Since then he Haa continued in Good health and is evidently getting better of Hia former . in a gentleman it Chris Church who Keepe a pet Oyster of Tom largest and of Tenet Breed it is fed a Oatmeal for which it regularly opens to Shell and in treated with a dip in in native a Teoma Bat the Mote extraordinary trait in this Lamphi Hisae pet in that it has proved items an excellent mouser bathing a lady killed five Mike by Erbing the Bode of Evoh be tempted by the Odorifero Meni Hud the team Riter in iat mde their Noelee within Hie him Steier ehme Hee twice have two of there Little Owre Adem Mab Ian to it Geiger. 8e/m�ifr r Jennil. What in that which the a a loaf me eel to need by pm Bat to of Eam. My a ratio at tip ii a car Pero Dwion need of �0 year a Waunee Etc our to show Bow Little Concord prevailed in Congress at the time of the revolution the following an Eldou has been related on the eighth of May seventeen Hundred and seventy six while Congress was in session at Phi Ladelphia the sound of heavy artillery was heard Down the Delaware. It was soon known to proceed from the gun boat that had been sent to protect the River from the British cruisers. Hitherto no sound of actual War had reached thie portion of the province whose inhabitants were rather More Pacific in their tone than was suited to the ardor and exasperation of new England. As the sound of the first gun burst upon the ear of Congress old Samuel Adams sprang upon his feet and cried out with sex Elution to the infinite dismay of some timid members who sat near him Quot thank god the game s begun none can Stop it Quot i wish that Man was in heaven Quot was the ejaculation of Ono of his neighbors. Quot no not in heaven Quot said another member with a countenance of unutterable disgust Quot not in heaven for 1 Hope to get there myself some re Tom in Turkey and Eoy Ftp who in this part of the world at least could have imagined such an event As a constitutional Charier for the people of these old despotic empires yet it has occur red. Quot the charter by which the Sultan has secured the lives and liberties and Honor of his subject from the rapacity Aud tyranny of the Pachas has been officially made known to All the european court. The Porte expresses a Hope Tubac the Friendly Powers will appreciate the Good which must result from this institution both in the interest of humanity and that of the ottoman Empire and will perceive in the charter an additional motive for strengthening the Atu Cement which binds them to the Porte the represent Ives have in their supplies unanimously congratulated the Porte for having devised so in por unt a we need ask no More. Can any Good come out of Nazareth was Motoh b person of Lawless habits and reckless Char cur had frequently entered upon Tho grounds near mount Vernon and shot ducks and other gome. It Wae Hii custom to Crose the Potomac in a Canoe and descend the Vreeke to some obscure place where he could he concealed from observation. One Day bearing the die Baige of n Musket Washington mounted his horse and Rode in the direction of Ibe Soui. The intruder discovered his approach and had just time to gain the Deooe and push it from the Shore when a Abington emerged from the Busbee at the distance a for Yards. The Man raised his gun cocked it pointed it at him and took deliberate aim Bot without a my amt Hea ution he Rode into the War seized the prow of the Canso Drew it on tend disarmed Hia Aat agonist and inflicted on him a Chastia meat which he never again Cooee to no Masaid of . Noble ship Caceese few striving with the Eek tag guide feet. To a Rehert Reeed from hollow to Hulet my al Tatad to the dammit of the artery too Ataik Iio a Lieut Engo phed a the deep Heil to fowl or Tow aim t yet mfr emerging re to my a Oolitic Fowhl Rop Pera at Deer Aotoa with Ichieh he in ii Faig the malice of wok �9 we Fluty end a Mufti it Miami thir Oast St Banka w a Fow Yrda Tom tha Hoa Piea itself a Tny i the Chenal Hooke a Lew ��09 miming Only be to in oftener of Mia age a clod we Orion. Hera repose end Haw rep Aeed for Cemo Rioe the bodies of nil those who have Anat their feta Oathie Mountain from front or Accident. goes on of Cooney to mtg Eflowly Uleie and of Keogh the boor of thie aperto Mot a oe�ete�4i�aomedaptbwtch confused booze the Bodiee which Seitu Auad Agni St the Walls or lie reclined in great number a Bre in n Suu of wonderful preservation the flesh still remaining Nipoa the Boma Haa the Elled Parchment and not Ith Sundog the Ai Ceet Sevee of Maesing would detect nothing offensive. But the is the Organ that in of traded in entering thie deed Hooee the Teeth and hair and even eyes still remain upon All that Hare not actually fallen to pieces and the expression of the countenance yet More horrible than death Iee Tiu there a bib it had the moment of Dipeolu Liob. The More general expression is that of grinning the effect of the extreme cold upon the Jane Hultbe Ratmir i Jame face among them nor Tow 6mf a Iid w1ir a i give horrible evidence of the acute at a uttering. Then is one a Orpet in particular a woman enfolding in her arme her infant child she is in a kneeling attitude and the expression in the face of the dead betrays the most extreme menial anguish that could be conceived. Even in death the child a folded to the Bielat with a Mother s last grasp and it never was attempted to loosen it. In the Centre of the room open a shelf Little elevated Liee the last victim of death in his winding Sheet. The body at present there a that of a servant who died some years ago there being no other burial place even for the Domoe tics of the hospice. The Rosonke them elves Are of course buried in the vault of their Chapel. The fraternity consists of fifteen persons including a principal their ranks Are supplied in Case of death from the Priesthood of the Canton below and though it would seem to be a change for the worse yet it is looked upon As promotion to become a brother their invent. The Brethren Are oui ged to go Down at intervals to recruit themselves in the Gamey either at St. Pierre or Martigny tor otherwise it Haa been found that the human Frame is incapable of sunding such a continued siege of Frost. Cervin by the existence of each an institution As Thia and the fact that men can be found to live under it Speaks for humanity for in fact what higher Effort of philanthropy can be carried 1 the monks seem to spend the Grester part of their Day in prayer and service appeared to be consent by going Forward in their Chapel. Their profession of Faith is Catholic but be their Creed what it May these ecclesiastics seem to Compty Hend the True spirit the beet part of religion Lere towards one for the eur Uincent of their guest no charge whatever is made by these Hospi Hie men from the poorer or larger class no re it Mun ration of any kind a expected there a indeed fixed up in the Vestibule of the Chapel a Box having in its lid a Small a Are for the Bene flt of the unfortunate Quot and it is usual for the Richer visitors to testify their gratitude in Thia Way but even if the proceeds of this collection were a red towards supporting the expenses of the Faubli absent they would apply a very inadequate fond indeed. Provisions and even fire Wood Are forwarded from Martigny of course with great labor and at considerable expense and for Ucb Purpo Aea the Inola and Servan of the society Are under the need laity of descending the Moonia every Day. There a always an average to enter in for even if the weather be too Una awoke for travellers to make the pass then the persons already there Are a noised up and must of course be fed and catered for during their stay the to Nib in such an is Ublish ment is not and never could be maintained by the Chance contributions of any passing Stran Gers a tax is Laid in the first place upon the in Hab lung of the Valais perhaps in the a Hape of provisions i Aud secondly it is supported by bequest and the Liberal donations of patriotic individuals. a petrified Law of com impregnated with Silver Copper Aud other metals have been found on Heights where they do not grow. The trunk of a petrified Troe Baa been found upon mount Stella in the country of the Grisons at 4i 00 feet above the height where the shrubs grow. In Spain near the Tower of Munda at an Elevation of 1500 feet above the sea there exist entire Beds of petrified Wood. The impressions of plants found in Europe generally Are those belonging to the tropical climates of India and America. The strata in the environs of paria have furnished sixty Genera of Foa Sil animals. At Botewick in Sweden 3u00 feet above the sea entire Beds of Fossil shells Are found also upon the Summit of mount Perdu 10,576 feet High and the Tope of the Andee 13,200 feet High Are covered with petrified Oyster shells. Such Are some of the facts showing that our Globe Haa under gone great revolutions. The oldest Oil painting in eng Laho is the portrait of Chaucer who died in 140�, and which was probably painted in the Low countries about Twenty years before his death. It was discovered in a lumber Garret in the Bouse in which Cromwell waa bom at Huntingdon by sir. Richard Phillips in 1603, and has since been in Bis Pola Leaion. The celebrated collector. Count tech Alae conceived that it was first painted in water Colora and oiled afterwards for preservation and he certified that the name Chaucer in the Back ground waa Laid on with the painting. The next portrait in Point of Antiquity a that of Henry in who began Hia reign in 14ai0 it a the property of the Earl of Oxford and kept in Hampton court in Herefordshire. M Lief to tip there a Jodi eth or it in us Fotz of whet and meal Sasi bourbons m Leet thaa Irik am if of the Jim aim Ito theae de Bern a a Aart Iiah Witk x. Ai Rise m. Morrie Etc pod m. De la dear la the Ali ale of Fidek mad Eow afe. Ofte were Given to arrant thaw at a a thav top Refuge in Acha Teaa in the High Holm. Tha us surrounded Ead a air hed ii a a in a aia. My single human Betag Wae Teba Foaad in it. Sethna however that the of of their a Earth Wera a a id ally within the prac acte of the Cha Teaa the the Gate aet their watch and allowed no one to enter except a peasant a Tiffey fms de to anew . Tula kept three Days till Wear Ajr , of the parties and the bellowing of tie cattle Ali i Weca Codi fined with fitter and on abort on the Point of quitting tin spot when of off Leera however thong but Prev Iowa to doing Aii Weald in Over the chateau once More the pea3 followed Cloee to Hie heels. Suddenly the of a a i turned towards Bim give me a Pinch of coif fiend sad he. A j Bare none replied to hts met a a to not take it a then who is there in Thia Chattia that does r a no one that i know of. The wifi a one in the chateau a you see a then whte a a Cernes the in not i see Beret said the officer Poidl ing with Hia foot to Home that War scattered a around. The Man turned Pale and made no re he officer lodged Nind again examined the enem More Cloteel jumped with Hia foot and at last thought he fek a Rob ration a if the ground Het waa hollow. He dec latinized every Inch and it length Law something like a Loose Board. He i end it up and then alas he beheld catiline an in Fht of Hia three companion with his pianola in Hia Lii ild ready to fire. The officer had not a Mon tent to deliberate he fired Cath Llis fell bad and his companion weft Aei Ted. To tit Tofy was did to a by the keeper of the Manee and afterwards conf firmed an officer who was Dnn of the Ifert weeks on the Loire. Paas Betatron by Makai. a meeting of the Asiatic society a human hand and a Piaf a of beef preserved by Means of a preparation of rag Euble or found on the Borders u the red seat rate Vicinity of mocha and a specs Glen of ill w was preen to a by Lieut. Col. Bagnold. In an letter go. Bagnold observed Quot daring my Midence As political agent on the Rod sea a convere Tien with some bedouin arabs in tic a Finity of mocha led me to suspect that the ingredient used by the ancient Gyp Tina in Thor Itati Ltd of mummies was nothing Moro thaa the vegetable tar of those count Flea celled by the Araba Katran. My first trials were on Fowla and my of Mutton and which though in the month of Saljr and the thermometer ranging 94 in the Shade Iota needed so much to my satisfaction thai Lebn hired some to England and have now the plea rare to at a a for the society s information and inspection a a Man band prepared Ibar years since Aly Mil fit of Capi. Thomaa Bagnold. The Best informed a a a of the native Araba i a pfc that Large Naan Titian of calf poor Morrii aloes and frankincense we used these epee mean Wilt however thit web Wera by mgt i Eaas area Abaiy Asahe a wow in App to alone penetrate and Diego a the Bone. 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