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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 9, 1851, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania8. Interesting letter from colonel James Hoss in relation to the state debt. Democratic office Harrisburg 12, 1851. F col. James r. Snow ecu Demi Johnston and his friends lord Iku political capital out condition of the finances of tie stale. You Cru one of Whoso bold spirits in our who urged and carried through Llie great measures thit saved us from the disgrace of repudiation and after wards As slate treasurer you commenced the a vim it of the interest on our stale debt after years of suspension and consequent accumulation at the Rule of about a. Million and a half a Are endeavouring of the improved but i pare on to notice tha claim set up by or Johnston and his friends that he has re deemed and re established the credit of the Commonwealth and in order to see exactly what he does claim. I will insert Here an extract trom his speech the City of Alleg Heny on the 20th inst., As reported in a Whir paper the system of internal improvement left a debt hanging Over us of about when gov. Ritner closed ins administration the Public debt was rising when i came to office it had accumulated to forty millions and a half through the instrumentality of our opponents while in Power who had mis applied the Public funds. The time was approaching when you would be forced to repudiate your Public debt or Bear a Burden which would be intolerable unless some remedy was non a i. J 1845, the Large amount of All o which were receivable at the state Treasury of taxes and All other sources of Revenue it come with a very bad Grace from gov. Johnston t object to these notes As they owe their Date to to him. The fact is that when the interest was Hirly paid in 1845 and 1846, every Man in the Commonwealth believed that our financial Dis Honor and embarrassments were rest moved Ai her Faith and credit permanently restored reference to the newspapers of All parties at the Orion. Will Chnuer. Whole ao.686, 8how the truth of this remark. To to extract from my report to the legislature in Jan n legislature in january 1847 Commonwealth applied. The debt was increasing and would of Cates have swelled to such an amount As would have rendered its liquidation on utterly hopeless task. 1 looked upon it As important that ii e Commonwealth reached that Point when no new to pay interest would be taken and from that period to 1 february 1845, no interest was paid but Var. This Johnston u3 lip Uriati Inai something should be devised to relieve the people from the i occurred years before gov Burden which not Only effected the into Power and As you must be i but another class of the comm with the efforts of that dark and Bloomy vrho uni children to educate and period of our history As a slate i would he u late res de in a system of Public pm a re to your recollections of them in a Jettjr for publication. To Bear from you at Day i remain Jour Friend and Booder Linn servant Isaac g. M Kinley. Patti Dimo. August in i. R. Vhf Tolpy est have received your letter Ofa to Date which i will proceed to answer As urn Fly us i can consistently with the importance of your enquiry and or quiet. The finances of the Commonwealth attracted my careful attention As Early an my first session at a member of the the state was then nil majr from the bad Man Stirns it i tuner s admin Rolion. The act it the soil of March wind imposed a map tax of one Mill on the Dollar upon the Vilu Alion of certain properly Hud been Benefi civil. Not Only As a source of Revenue but As a Click to extravagant appropriations a a Pirha lure is w to make Largo appropriations when the i Ople Are taxed to pay the. In As mime i a paid by new Loans 1 to election of or. Kitner in was in of Tho div scion of Trie pm Crolic flirty which extending also to the legislative a majority of his friends Wero clip try to the of i . By Fri in schools Blo Reihan half a million of the Public debt has been pud since he who now addresses you has been in Public let u4 see How the facts will warrant these bold and reckless declarations. From the commencement of our improvement system up to August. 1842, it was the practice to equalize the receipts with the expenditures by Means Ofa loan. But our financial difficulties were such that although a loan was authorized to pay the interest in August 1842, there were no bidders for Tho loan and the interest in con sequence was not paid. The legislature of 1843 met but nothing was accomplished no taxation authorized or any sources of Revenue created. I know not what difficulties that legislature had to encounter not being a member that session. The legislature of 1844 met under circumstances of depression and gloom. The eyes of the world were upon we had not travelled the Story of our Dishonour Hon. We Bigler was speaker of the Senate i was speaker of Tho House of representatives. In con Junction with a few other democratic members we determined that nothing should be left in done that was honorable and proper in order j Viilo sufficient Revenue to meet All the Public engagements and gradually liquidate the state debt. Be which were put at five per cent. This rapid Mcrea a of the Dubi destroyed our credit produced the deepest alarm in every reflecting mind and if not timely arrested would hive inflicted on irreparable injury upon our Commonwealth and our citizens. To regain our position maintain our credit and fulfil our so Lemn obligations to those who had loaned us their Money there was but one course to be pursued and thit was Iti connection with retrenchment and Economy to rely upon taxes to Supply the deficiency in the Revenue. During the last two have been fully Ana prom Pill Loans have been Public liabilities have been promptly revenues have increased from nearly nil sources and the Public debt is diminishing. I make these observations principally to show that we should maintain generally the present enactments in relation to Revenue carefully either the Oriner system of Loans or any new experiments under that idea that Axa ten May be avoided by some financial Panacea we have passed the most difficult safety and to tand upon solid ground. Period in it is Best one would in be supposed thit Al would have of Al our sub a be Rumril Rel As the True financial Gilill cultic t i i lint no taxation wis that the Fnu cd states Bank would rail Nidus wherever p i Lleni cd with the whig the people were pr0posltion to sell tax Bill. So. Qty Ember As works pro democrats members in attack hmm the Public works to the an amendment being adopted to sub the Means to educate the children of the Commonwealth and Supply All deficiencies in the Revenue Pivot satisfied with having destroyed the True a nurses of Revenue or. Ritner in his last an Nual message dated 27lh december 1333, oven to desire to throw difficulties in the any of a return to jul it measures. of the changes which had occurred since Tho commencement of his administration to the state tax which then in exist without Hope of termination has Censed i he collected and nothing but the utmost pro fusion can make it again and yet in find in the same Mes ago these portentous Worrils thus Lias it come to pass that not withstanding a succession of the most fortunate and of receipts the most ample and Iri Jit unexpected the Commonwealth is left without Means to continue her own works and or dec her own Fanh. The her and the Public generally Are i fear a Lieut to Poi re to Pood causes of complaint that she has entered upon undertakings that she can not accomplish or As he Only alternative the o and Render productive the projects of private ppr curation which have already proved to burdensome to the Treasury and so tit Bibl in their demands must con thu to be without regard to Conse wonderful words to Como from a governor wlm commenced the Gettysburg rail rend to Benefit the owners of furnaces and the w if Ennis co feeder to enrich Coal speculators stride inconsistency to nay there must be no fixation now or hereafter when in the same he declares that the Commonwealth is left without moans to redeem her own Faith during the three years of or. Rimer s administration there was received from bunk bonuses i and surplus Revenue which he denominated with i Prat propriety fortunate and i make canals and j Init the question to a vote of Ema. Were wanted furnish a i Jority of the democratic members determined to support the Bill and on the 18th of april it it passed the House. In the Senate both pro visions of the Bill were opposed at first 6y a majority. The Bill was at length after being materially altered passed by that body. Owing to the differences Between the two houses the Bill was referred to a committee of conference. Or. Speaker Bigler appointed on the part of the Senate messes. Farrelly Hughes Spackman Black and Foulkrod. I appointed on the part of the House of representatives messes. Tustin and these committees were appointed towards the close of the session and were arranged by col. Bigler and myself in such manner As to insure a sufficient Revenue Bill. The report of the committees was adopted on the 26th, in the House of representatives on the 27lh in the Senate on the 29lh gov. Porter signed the Bill. And the same Day the legislature adjourned sine die. And thus the important act of the 29ih of april 1844, was passed an act which re deemed the credit of the opened a Way for the gradual payment of our state debt la every step of the Progress of tins Law col. Bigler was its firm Active and efficient Friend. Without his Aid it could never have passed during that session of the Legisla Ture and had the subject been postponed i do not know i hardly dare think what might have been the result. Already in some coun ties the dark spirit of repudiation was in Lancaster Lehigh and Cumberland and of course repudiation parties were organized. Let us examine some of the results of the act 393 22 00 to Advance slowly and steadily rather than by spelling a Shorter route to endanger our pre e it posh Ion and Popard the future which now brio tens before is. But it is said the it guv. Johnston Ina advanced the novel idea Ofa milking fund which has been by gov. Porter and Gen. Birkel. The Revenue yielded by the net of 29lh april 1844, in Coirini Doii with other Revenue then i Purpi did the and pro diminished the debt. I will show the it Inell there was a More Effric tic sinking fund Dunner gov. Shunk s and ministration thin since. It is no no str a to Ili Vort Moni y from the Jap neral fund and it in another fund but let is fee How far Llie debt of the Commonwealth h paid. The Follme mar i inv prepared from copies of official reports now in my posses Sion. It therefore May to relied on As accurate state 1, 181o, Jan. 1, 1s47, Jan. 1, 1848, dec. 1, 1849, 1 dec. 1, 1850, 44 debt paid. Gov., Snowdon treas. Banks Plumer , recapitulation. Debt paid in gov. Shunk s administration debt paid in gov. Johnston s admin i is ration 58 these Are remarkable figures in of gov. Johnston s arrogant pretentious. Compare these results with the extract from his Allegheny speech and you see the difference Between allegation and facts. The amount in the sinking fund on the 1st Day of december last the time to which my statement was 97 but it is not True that the state debt is diminished an equal amount of that sum. It Only shows the fact thai amount of the general Revenue has been appropriated to that fund. In my statement of the amount of debt at that period i have of course allowed a credit for the amount of the sinking fund. It would seem As if gov. Johnston has got the Bright idea that every Dollar that goes into the sinking fund diminishes the state debt whereas it is Only taking it one pocket and putting it into another. The Only Vony to ascertain How the debt stands is to look at All the receipts and expenditures going to the dogs. By t s Arthur. I received your Bill to Day or. Leonard said a customer As he entered the shop of a master Mechanic. We Are sending out our accounts at this season returned the i want to pay very Well or. Baker we re always glad to get 6 you must throw off something. Let me see the customer Drew out the Bill Twenty seven dollars and forty six cents f when Leonard ordered the goods the Mer chant declined Selling except for Cash. As you returned the Mechanic in a inherently and went elsewhere and made his purchases. It happened that or. Leonard had a very pretty and interesting daughter on whose Edu the Simoon. There receipt the Bill can t. Twenty live will do. And i la pay but or. Leonard Shook his head. I t deduct a cent from that Bill or. Baker. Every article is charged at Bur regular of yes you can. Just make it Twenty five even Money. Here it and Mir Buker counted out the cosh. I m sorry or. Biker but i cannot Afroh to deduct any thing. I you d Only owed me Twenty five dollars your Bill would have been just that mount. I would not have added a cent beyond that was due nor can i take anything a less than my own. Then you won t deduct the Odd Money v i cannot Vury the manner w the customer hanged. He was evidently offended. " the ill is too High by just the sum i asked to have trick can off. Bui no Mailer i can pay then you mean to said the me Hanic who was an Independent sort of a Man that i am cheating you out two dollars and 01 to six i did t say but it is Plain that you think or you Voul Dii t have asked an abatement. Of you con dered my charges just you would to dispute Lem of never mind never mind Well not Aste words about it. Here s your a u m Bolier and to added another five Ollar Bill to the sum he had Laid Down the the effects of the Simoon Are instant suffocation to every Wing creature that happens to be sphere of its activity and immediate of the carcasses of the dead. The cation the Mechanic had bestowed great pains discern its approach by an unusual redness and it also happened that Baker had a son who air and they say they feel and smell of in most things was a Chip of the old Block pulp Lar As la pusses. The Only Means by which particular was he like his father in his great any preserve himself from suffering love of Money and scarcely had he reached a v blasts is by throwing himself Jonty Ere he began to Loofe about him with a has upon the Earth nil this we girl careful Eye to a Good matrimonial arrangement w nil of poisonous exhalations has passed Over by which plenty Money would be secured. Whlcl1 moves at a certain height in the Adelaide Leonard on account of her Beauty i Virci get Najiy Anu occomplishments.1 was much caressed and mingled free in society. Young Baker had met her frequently and could not help being struck with her Beauty intelligence and Grace. There is a Charm said a Friend to him one evening. In miss Leonard 1" she s a charming replied life Youn Man. I wonder if her father is Worth any Ini j Hia pocket with a Pei Lent air Ami then turned and left the shop without another word. It s the last Bill he Ever has against muttered Baker to is he walked . If that s his manner of treating customers hell Sunn go to the diffs lie was downright insult ing and no gentleman will stand that from a vulgar Mechanic. Mean to insinuate Humph yes i did mean to insinuate. And or. Baker involuntarily quickened his Pace Holl soon go to the dogs. I be p lid him a great Deal of Money but it is the last Dollar of mine he Ever b Iker was As Good As his word. He with Drew his custom from the offending Mechanic and eave it to another. Customers lne same business to the me Nici some six or eight months afterwards. A i i a of 1844. It so happened that the legislature of i and balance the account. 1845 elected to state one of the friends and makers of this Law. I had thus the Opportunity of aiding in carrying it into effect. When i entered upon my official duties in Bink u. S. Surplus Revenue total 45 and yet. Notwithstanding this immense Sam thus fortunately and unexpectedly received he increased the indebtedness of the com men Cali to the amount of 9g the a Motel in which the slate was indebted when he left executive chair was 80. Gov. Porter in his first message says this slate debt with the exception of appropriated at Tho last session of the legislature to Tho Survey of a railway from Hornsburg to Pittsburg to Stock in the Frank Lin Railroad and to Stock in Tho and Ohio was contracted prior to the of i Lannery 1839, Tho Day of my inauguration it is True that Tho euro of was authorized to to borrowed since that period hut the whole of this Large amount with the above exception was appropriated to the payment of debts and liabilities due and falling due in the year for Tho payment of which no provi Sion had been made when i entered upon the duties of my office thus i think i have shown that the measures adopted during or. Rimer s were in the highest degree injurious to the lie credit and that the allegation which is Mude by Tho whig press and whig orators int the indebtedness of the Commonwealth was not increased during his official tenure is untrue though i admit Tho fact that no permanent loan we made during that period unexpected receipts the following earns Viz j addition to the funded debt and Relief notes 67 there was due the holders of our Stock for in 78 Terest due them the sum of 28, for which certificates bearing interest were issued. By addressing circulars to every officer or per son connected in any form with the by appealing not Only to the patriotism but to the interests of the people in giving a Liberal construction to that portion of the act which Al lows abatement of five per cent by compelling those in arrears to make above All being aided by the Public press and a Patrio tic were Able during the year of 1845, to pay the interest on the Public debt As it fell due and to meet All other liabilities of the state without borrowing a Dollar. Thus fur the first Lime in the history of Pennsylvania since the commencement of our Public improve ments were the receipts equal to the expenditures without making a loan in january 1846, i was re elected state treasurer. During1 that year the Treasury was in a condition to meet All demands upon it and in addition thereto there was paid on account of the Public debt besides the interest the turn of two Hundred and forty six thousand eight Hundred and sixteen dollars and Twenty two cents it May be said by some Cavaler that the in Terest was not All paid in Par funds. I answer that it was paid in the same funds that All other creditors of the Commonwealth received. A Small portion of it it is True was paid in Relief notes. This was unavoidable because there were in circulation of these notes in january 1, i Hora whole Namai Are in Ili Lici were f regret that i could not make this letter mor Brief. You Are aware How much this subject formerly occupied my time and attention and now i can Only say that out of the abundance of the heart tha Mouth i am dear Sif with great respect very truly your Friend James Ross snowmen. Mado inquiry of Iho proper Offish i by letter and am into mod Tyml Talmre has been no Clinge in Llie slate debt Worth noticing Sinco the dec. unrivalled Forte player. We find the following extraordinary state ment in the National count Orloff has just presented to the emperor of Russia an extraordinary musical phenomenon in the person of a Young Wallachia called Frederick Roltz. This Man has been born with four hands each having five fingers. He was brought up by a clergy Man who taught him to play on the Organ but the Young Man in the course of time made a piano Forte for himself of considerably greater Power than that of Ordinary instruments. He enjoys excellent health and with the exception of the hands presents nothing strange in his person it is Only from the Elbow that malformation commences. The Arm there divides into two limbs each ending in a hand with a double Supply of fingers. These additional arms Are regularly made and the Only remark Able Point observed by medical men is the immense development of the deltoid muscle at the Summit of the shoulder. The Clergyman who had brought up Roltz at his death left him his Small property and Man immediately purchased Diamond rings with which to loaded his Twenty fingers. It was with them so adorned that he performed be lore the emperor of Russia who expressed his Surprise at the musical Powers of the Young Roltz it is said is shortly to visit Leonard shrugged his shoulders. How came you to lose him t i la Lell you How you can keep Well How if your Bill amounts to thirty dollars make it thirty three and a few Odd cents by increasing some of its items. He will want the sur plus knocked off which affair Dodo then he will pay it and think you just the Man for him you lost him then because you would t Abate anything from a Irue i did1 thank you. But suppose my Bill should be Twenty six or seven or eight what then i could t Knock Oft thedd dollars for the purpose of making it v no. In that Case you must add until you get about and fill Back to Thill yes. It will to knocking off the Odd Dol Lars which he will think Clear that would hardly be hardly. But you must do it or lose his custom some Day or i shall have to accommodate him i suppose. If he will be cheated it can t be on the very first Bill that Baker paid to his new tradesman he obtained an abatement of one Dollar and ninety cents Odd Money but actually paid three dollars Mose than was justly still he was very satisfied imagining that he made a saving of one Dollar and ninety cents. The not Over scrupulous tradesman laughed in his sleeve and kept his customer. Having withdrawn his support from Leonard it was the candid opinion of or. Baker that he was going to the As he expressed it about As fast As a Man could go. He often passed the shop but rarely saw a customer. No he would say to himself. A Man like him can t expect and does t deserve in the eyes of Baker the very grass seemed to grow upon the pavements before the door of the declining tradesman. Dust settled thickly in his window and the old sign turned grayer and grayer in the bleaching air. Going to the and no j Baker would say to himself As he went by. He appeared to take a strange interest in watching the gradual decay of the Mechanic s fortunes one Day a mercantile Friend said do you know anything about Thia Leonard t Why asked Baker. Because he wants to make a pretty Large Bill with on time 1" yes on the usual credit of six Don t sell him. Aljy the Man is going to the dogs at Railroad yes i m looking everyday to see him close up. He might have done Well for he under stood his business. But he s so Una commode Ting and i must say insulting to his customers that he drives the beet ones away i used to make Large Bills with him but Havn t dealt at his shop now for some i a i aware of that. I am g Ltd i spoke to you for i should t like to lose six or seven Hundred six or seven Hundred is it possible thai he wants to buy so recklessly take my advice and Don t think of trusting i certainly shall people say they say the old fellow has i id up something quite handsome and As Adelaide is ins Only child she will of course get it i was not aware of it is nil so i after this Young Baker was exceedingly attentive to miss Leonard and made perceptible inroads upon her heart. He even went so far As to regularly at her House and was meditating an avowal of ins attachment when his father said to him one what Young lady was that i saw you with in the Street yesterday afternoon 1" her name is Leonard the daughter of old Leonard in Street 1" yes or. Biker looked grave Nyrl Shook his head. Do you know anything about her asked the son. Nothing about her atmosphere. Instinct even teaches the animal to incline their Heads to the ground on these occasions. The arabs of the desert Call these winds be Puin or Poison and the turks Shamy Etaw. Or winds Jit Syria from which is formed Samiel 1 heir heat is sometimes so excessive that it is difficult to form any idea 01 its violence without having experienced it but it May be compared to the heat of a Large oven at the moment of drawing out the bread. When the wind begins to blow the atmosphere assumes an alarming aspect. I he sky at other times so Clear in this climate becomes dark and heavy and the Sun loses splendor and becomes Ofa Violet color j be air is not Cloudy but Gray and thick is in fact filled with an extremely Subtle dus which penetrates everywhere. The wind Al ways rapids not at remarkably not but increases in heat in proportion As it con Ines. All animated bodies Toon discover it by the changes it produces m them. The jun4 which a too refined no longer expands a re contracted and become painful respiration is Short and , the skin parched Andily the uns mod by an internal if am is consume re to Large draughts of Wjt Crit Cun restore perspiration. In vain Isi sought for All bodies in it to find to deceive the hand that touches these mar be and water notwithstanding the Sun no Onger appears Are lot. The streets Ace deserted and the dead silence lot night reigns everywhere. Inhabitants of Bull know that i House. Nothing about her Bull know that i Kab Tyml shut themselves up in their father is going to the dogs As fast As Ever a Man i blouses of the desert in their tents or went m pits they diff where Thev War insupportable. To to the traveler Whon this wind Remote from shelter he must suffer All us dreadful consequences which some times Are mortal. The danger is most Immi nent when it blows in for the rapidity of the wind increases the heat to such a degree to sudden death. Tins is real suffocation the lungs being empty Are convulsed the circulation disordered and the whole mass of driven by the heat towards the head and i went a pc Cal la Umpig to his Tell of shut in or to hear of his being sold out by the sheriff every Day for these two years past miss Leonard is a very Lovely e ship a the daughter of a poor vulgar me chanic. If you see anything so very Lovely in that Henry you have a strange there is no gainsaying Adelaide s personal replied the son v but if her father 13 poor that sell Les the matter As far As she and i Are concerned. I am glad you have committed n when too late discovered my and a sad Eror it would have been in any future matter of this kind 1 Hope you will be perfectly t with to. I hive Inucci More accurate knowledge of lie condition a Iii standing of people than you can possible the son promised to do a his father wished., from that time the visits to miss of Ohurd were abated and his attentions to Hir when they met in became rally formal. The Sweet r Young Uirl whose i Elings had really been in an efficacious method likewise Terp eted Felt the change and was for a tune is Tom by camels who Bury their unhappy but in w few months she recovered n less tie Sand and keep them there till the and was again As Bright and Chee Fulas usual another Quality of this wind i extreme aridity time went steadily on sweeping Down one and setting up another and Sill old Leonard i concerned i am Giau you introduce a Ine subject for i might Hove committed myself and Thal Haemorrhage Al the no Send Mouth which happens after death. The wind is especially fatal to persons of a Plethoria Jiabin and those in whom fatigue has destroyed the Muscles and the ves Els. Tin remain a Long time warm swells turns Blue and is easily separated All of which Are of thit putrid lemme Dialion which take m the minimal bodies Wien the humor be comes stagnant. These accidents Are to be avoided by stopping the nose and Mouth with e such that water sprinkled on the in a few minutes. By this sex Jinn t go the dogs to the Surprise Withers and strips All the Baker who could not imagine the me i i no the Emana chanic kept his head above driven away his Best Cust since have done if All were Beer. But he was satisfied of one to i in at least and that was that the Mechanic must be miserably poor As he inflict deserved to be according to his idea of the matter. One Day about a year after his timely caution Toft Isson in regard to miss Leonard Baker happened to pass along a Street where he had not been for some months. Just oppo Ite a Large new and Beautiful House to which Llie painters were giving their last touches he met a Friend. They passed biker said thai s an elegant House. It has been built since i was in this yes it is a very Fine House and i suppose did t Cost less than fifteen thousand no i should think not. Who built it do you know it was built by by looked surprised. Impossible he s not Able to build a House like Leonard Cert Finly Why he s Worth at least seventy thousand you must be in no. His daughter a to be married next month to an excellent Young and this House has been built and is to be handsomely furnished As a marriage present " i thought he was going or had gone to the dogs Long i Leonard the Friend could help laughing aloud. He go the dogs. Of no there in t a Man in his Trade that does so Good a business As Little show As he makes. Good work Good prices and punctuality Are the car Dinal and make All substantial. How in the world could you take up such a notion i Don t know but such has been my impression for a Long replied Baker who Felt exceedingly Cut Down on account of the mistake he had made and particularly so in View As the elegant Howe and seventy thousand dollars which Mign fall have belonged to his son in tune if he Hadnot fallen into such an error about old Leonard. So the Jeorld moves on. People Are prone to that what they smile on lives., and what they frown on is blighted and must die. Sik is a kind of insanity. So far As it goes it makes Man an irrational it makes him a fool. The consummation of sin is and in every form the extreme of fully. And it is that most pitiable Folly which is puffed up with arrogance and self sufficiency. Be water alter having i frown bodies crisps the skin closes omers As ii Mut i and pauses feverish heat which vere treated a he had Lyle elect of suppressed perspire blk ski be tie dead that teaches men Takt doing Good always does and must promote their own interest. Let or repentance be a Lively will a firm Resolution. Complaints and mourning Over past errors Avail nothing. Thomas Babington Macualey. Or Reah the London correspondent of the Inverness courier says there is a common pedestrian of London i streets Well known to All was Are acquainted with their no abilities. He is a sturdy energetic Man. He has a big round face and Large staring and very Black eyes. His hair is Cut his hat Flung Back on the Crown of his head. His gait is firm and decided with a Little pomposity. He is Ever provided with an umbrella which he swings and flourishes and batters on the pavement with mighty thumps. He seems generally absorbed m exciting and impulsive thought the traces of which he take no pains his face works his lips move and Muster his eyes gleam and Flash. Squat As is his figure and not particularly Fine the features there is an unmistakable air of mental Power and Energy approaching to grandeur about the Man. He is evidently under the influence of the Strong excitement of fiery thought. People gaze curiously at him and stare when he his passed. But he heeds no one seems indeed to have utterly forgotten that he is not alone in his privacy and pushes on unwitting of the Many who stare and smile or of the few who step respectfully aside and lock Wanh and regard upon Thomas bib ton Macauley. Occasionally however the historian and the poet gives still Freer vent to the mental impulses which appear to be continually working within him a tru and of mine lately recognized him dining in he Coffee room of the Trafalgar hotel., at Grep Ziwich a Fash White bait Houe it appears he frequently patronize he was alone as1 he generally is and the attention of More than Ono of the company attracted by his Peculiar muttering and a and by the mate gestures with which to Over and anon Illust a Ted his mental dreaming. All at must have been towards the Climax of the prose or verse which to was working up in his mind or. Macauley seized a massive decanter held u suspended a moment in the air and then dashed it Down upon the table with such a Hearty Good will that the solid Crystal flew about in fragments while the numerous parties Dininio round instinctively started upwind stared at the curious iconoclast. Not a Whit put out How Ever or. Macauley who was known to the waiters called loudly for his to be made out at the bar and then pulling with a couple of jerks his hat and Umbra la from the stand clasped the one carelessly on his head and strode out flourishing the it is a lbs sin to be fair yet Auch Bleu in spa Peri Siew spa Peri

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