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A be had at Ana published e vol. 51 the Beautiful. There is but a very minute portion creation that we can turn into clothes and gratification for the body but the whole Crea Tion May to made to minister to the sense of Beauty Cha Sixo the Beautiful the Beautiful where do we find u not7 it n an All pervading Grace and High tet every spot it sparkles on the Ocean wine it glitters m the Dew wooed it in the glorious sky and in the flow rela Hue on Mountain top in Valley deep we find its presence there the Beautiful the Beautiful eth Vilh every where t the glories of the Noontide the still and solemn the changing seasons All can Bruit their tribute of Delight Thore s Beauty in the child h first Sale m that ook of the Christian s lost on Earth before his Eye is closed in death and m the boings that we love to have our tend rest i the Beautiful the Beautiful tis Scott to Trace it there twos in the glance that god threw o or the Vount croat d Earth Heidi Hopr need it very go the Beautiful had birth of the and food 1 he re who shall say this world m Dull to sadness Giryn Isle yet there glows on every Mijoi the smile that Ami. From if so much Lovi lines is cent to Grace on Early Home h Beautiful How 13 Auli Ful the w ont a to i on Dun april 1813 the boy. It miss Hannah f Gol ill of Tell me the of the not i Altos Scisso gently the Cuiulo in hair it realities on my lip and fans my warm can a jives me no answer though Olton i speak i Lul it play o Ermo refreshing and kind. I can not touch i m Blind of i m Blind and music what is it and where Joes i dwell i sink and i mount with its cadence while touched to my heart with its a tips Strain Ujj tis pleasure till pleasure is turning to Jpn what brightness of Hue is with music came 1 will any one loll me i m Blind of in Blind the perfume of Powers thai Are Are they on what kind of in Bijj do Uliey Fly they not Sweet Angels that come to d Jig lit poor Little boy that knows nothing of i rhe Sun Moon and stars Are to be undefined of Tell me what Light is 1 m blinds old i m Blind i Miscellaneo night scene in a poor House. By Maky Howitt it was to the Middle of Winter on the night of the Wei by third of january when the weather was miserably cold it neither decidedly fro7ej nor Jim it thaw but Between the two u v is and Damp and penetrated to very Bone even of those Tho sat in carpeted rooms before org fires and warmly Clad. It was on this event the seven Little children of Davit the Weaver stood huddled tog their Small room beside a Ami g that Baird her in 11 fire the which was burning comfortless baby Lay in a wooden Cradle on the Cor Ner of the Hearth. The fire to lie sure gave some warmth because it Haa boiled an Iron pot full of potatoes but very Little Che Eriless to the room the Mother had portioned out the few potatoes to each now Sal. Down by the round Tabu ing the Farthing Candle and w As pre t gave i de Jub Good by an cause i Polati have to i pit my with with to at Pence of Moth get of in warm mint a if v we had a Good sigh the the second girl is said the Mother it is a a Why there s Dame Grunt her grandchild gone to bed be Hoy have no fire at All " Lould like some More Salt to my said a Little Betsy May i me More Ere is none she replied the in the pot dear1" cried out Little Joey it arc bid they get no Bel i beit them or Mother though bit Etc Moth till it maj to i hav "0 i lie c give a Ian i Ali Entla i shirt i it a with any by 3. P. R tiling " sighed the Mother i ail hid better shoes re s a Sud Joey briskly Immy Nixon s for fourteen Iii teen pence1 i created the it Avo old Lake a ion0 tune to i Tern Pence i Willis t pair of Nice replied Joev a Tjien in. Not the Mother can help it t me set the and Joty put one of his Frost Teet on his Mother s is ihee1 poor sad the in. Alt not go to work again s warmer interrupted Little hav e some rrore1" Eie is no said she but a w Hole loaf Jel dear of dear How cried Illren clapping then hands ind Oey the Bottom said one Seo of Lin poor feit1" d give me i big cried so Silmi out t Little fit Liana Molluro divided the 1 if dotting piece Foi Liei husband and pres he Lusbi id came. Phi a ind is Vir said he 11s be rejoined the Mother 1 be Taimei alter the ram d Baird Vvs a a tall thin Man i Unrast look not that he had Esh cause of uni mess his a vening ind she Light pros had not been lowered ins hours of labor had not been Mcie ased nor ha7is he q Areld with his master but the life life a f poor Man is an uneasy Eirc. Vav Kirmess and never end in relics Whit wonder then i re hive a joyous look1 t chill to i made room Lor their lathe by the inc Susin Ana no adj Placid Ihen psehes Between ins Knees and us wife Hii Elrd him the portion of is Iper which had been set aside Foi him m iry the Al jest girl was on a to feeding the Squirrel with the Brail which Hei Mother had Given her was Virv in ppm and kissed the Manj times Judith Vas sitting her and David held the cup1 out Ich the squid Rel drank his enquired after the said Thel Althei looking it replied Marj and i Hope j will Ley w ill not the Youn it isl hire month since Stu been of Vav t Squi Herr to i Nobo Ger we found e might sell it for half a father Mary looked frightened Leld the Squirrel to her bosom. Said and Jacv s fee1, Aie it. The prother remarked been Shiloh in a i a Ouer time a rejoin coils will Ernd that doctor s Bill has never said tie is and six a ctr More Money than we can get sighed the Mother go Lound by the passing the door and he asked Back Lane to said the Fath me for it three e will be it paid in the de the Mother hopefully but Are raised and bread they nay ise before the week is help exclaimed the Fath Ler Halljr Ary fetch the other the Mother As the Farthing can Ami Low in the Slick and went Here is not replied Mary we punt out the other last Lave you a Farthing asked Ife. Of replied he rather Hasti or have we one in the tie wife i paid All we had for lord help again signed David and two of the children b Gau cough ing those children s coughs Are no remarked the father some what impatiently and the baby woke so did Betsy who had fallen asleep on the floor unobserved cry ing i am so cold i am so cold1 go to bed with her said the j of were up betimes this morning up you clothes on the bed and keep her warm Mary went into the Little dark Chim bet to bed with her sister and her Mother tried to hush the in Fant i David was he was cold hungry a very and in gloom eight children whom he loved were about him and lie thought of them Only As born to poverty and Caio like himself Felt unhappy and Gieva almost angry As the baby continued to cry. Cheer up David honest Man is that coming even now coming within three streets length of which will raise the above want for even cheer up1 in Isles the last hour and shall want file the last hour you shall want Foi Candle Light thou Shilt keep thy Squirrel Marj Betsey thou shall have blankets to warm thec1 the doctor s Dill shall be pud nor Baird a Bali thou Ever again set ilk by Back ways to Woik to avoid an importunate creditor Joey thou shall Triin the wheel no Ftp Shilt get Well in Woolen stockings and warm shoes at five shillings a pair you shall no More want to sell potatoes Noi shall Susan go s Lort Agim of Hei supper but of Vitall this As Jet 3 of know nothing about the and such splendid Relief too that even now is Jour door Wail Little Bob and thou thy poor tingling feet Jota by the fire1 and Muse in sadness on Why poverty David band yet Foi a few moments longer it can do no harm for the Good news is even now the Corner of j Oor Street Knock Knock Knock David starts irom his reverie some one it the said to e wife and up inned Little divid if it is neighbor come to Bonow some meal Jou can get her a cup added the Mother As the Knock Wai i petted More Lull ill up Roie David bind and thinking of the doctor s Bill opened the door re Aie v of David asked the loiter Cimer who had knocked i am said Dav id 1 his then is for you and there Are twin la two Pei be to pay on said the Man holding Foith a Liege it is a summons1 cried the w Ife in dismal for what is Bird summoned " and she rushed to the door with the baby in her Aims is not for said David half Grid to escape his liability to pay the two and Twenty Pence. But a e you not David Baird the weiwei i said David continued the letter Canier pay me the Twenty two Pence and if it is not right they will return Job the Money at the Post office Twenty two repeated David ashamed to confess his poverty. One shilling ten said the Wile we have not so much Money by us Good Man a right a said the letter car Rier bursting into the House and Hunt up what j of have David Vas pushed to the extremity. Have said he we have no Money to but a bless said the letter ear Lier and gave David the Pence to Letch half a Pound of candles. David and his wife knew not what to think and the letter Man Shook the wet from his hat. In a few moments the candles came and the letter was put into David s hand. Open it can t said the letter Man. Is it Lor inquired David again. It replied the other impatiently what a fuss is Here about opening a what is the exclaimed David taking out a Bill for one Hundred pounds. The , if after All it not be for us but read the letter and David read it. Sir David Baird the Weaver of and son of the late Baird of Marden on Wear Lineal descendant of sir David Baird a Jonk shag Hon Castle county of York and sole heir to sir Peter Baird of Monk a Haughton aforesaid late deceased Are requested to meet or. Dennis solicitor at York As soon after the receipt of this As possible. In will be necessary for you to lit ing Jour family with you and to cover travelling expenses of will receive enclosed a Bill Lor one Hundred pounds payable at sight. "1 have the Honor to be sir you Humble servant j. Smith for or. Dennis Suie said David David bind of Mai Den on Wear Vas my father 0, of 0" chuckled out Little David As he hopped about behind the group a bundled pounds and a Tastle heaven be praised1 ejaculated the wife while she hugged the baby in her arms. Continued David the great sir David Baird was our ancestor but we never looked lot any thing from that Quarter 1 then the letter is for asked the Man. It is. Please heaven of make us thank Ful for said David seriously hesitated he you want that Money said the letter out i l Call for that to Mono a Bolt the door Artur the Man this Money requires Safe keeping. Mend the said the Mother and her son David put on the shovel full of coals and stirred up the ashes. Kiss me my exclaimed the father with Corot in kiss me and bless god for we shall never want bread is the House on fire3 screamed Mary at the top of the stairs for there is such a we Are burning a Mould said Judith and such a big come Here said the lather and Mary slipped Down stand wrapped in an old cloak. Fai Liei s a i Ich man1 we Are All Rich and shul live in a grand laughed out Young David. We Bill have Coats and blankets and stockings and cried Little jocj1, Alla Leil Jet still remember ing ins Frost bitten led. It shall have beef and plump pud ding1 said jus Aii have Rice pudding every Daj tied middy. David Brj to again distracted but How different were his feeling8, he could have done a thousand extravagant things he could have laughed Nied Sung leaped about naj rolled on the floor Foi Joy but he did none of to Lite he sat film and looked almost grave at length he said wife Send the children to bid and ictus talk Over this Good Foi tune Toge Liei you shall have Jour clothes on to said. The Happy to her As she sent them up stairs. To bed they went after a while laughed them elves to sleep. The Ither and another smiled and wept by turns but did not sleep that night. Paring to do some Little pieces of May i stir the asked the eldest boy. No replied the Mot Burns away too fast if n is practical joking wag in a country bar room where each Man was relating the wonderful tricks they had seen performed by Sig. Blitz and the rest of the con Jung family expressed his contempt for the whole tube. He. I can do any of them tricks especially the one where they Pound up a watch and re store it astonishment and doubt followed this announcement but the wag insisted and Scvell watches were produced for the Experiment. He selected the Best put it in a mortar and pounded there Iro the yes All exclaimed now let s see the watches he used mysterious words Silook up the fragments and at length threw Down the contents of the mortal with Well i thought i could do it but by George i can Noble author of the following sentiments is unknown he should receive a More enduring Monument than paper. A gain of Carmine will tinge a Gal Lon of water so that in every drop the color will be perceptible and a Grain of Musk will scent a room for Twenty years. Just so if a Man cheats the punter the stain will be forever Visi ble on the minutest atom of a minute soul and will have a scent of Rasca Lity about an individual Strong enough to make an honest Man curl up his nose in disgust and kick him out of his presence if he can t get and of him in any other Mode " v5 naval the Jear 1812. The car bean on the and that Organ was transmuted into loaf sugar of spice of spices Gat Den of delights scud me a lock of join Lair Send me any thing Jour i Finger Bath touched and i raving mad with Stacy one lot k Rio i Why Bright eyes would 1 nip in contingently into the third heaven your lips Are red roses Titi Send from Eden by the hand of Gabriel your words Are molten Pearl dropping from a Dur Mouth my heart blazes at the thought of thee my brain is at everlasting fire the blood Burns and scorches my and vitals Ash passes through them i of come most delightful of delights and breathe upon me with your Seraphic breath when you do come be sure and bring that two shillings which you have borrowed of me As i want to buy some tobacco. A. T.1 sleeping sound Well you re a Bright boy truly said the Captain of a merchantman to an Irish i la come on hours Nap. Sailor who had j Ter a do you manage to snooze at such an unmerciful rate Captain re plied Barney rubbing Bis Eye Whin Iver i do go to sleep t Hwy to spa pfc

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