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H. H1CKFELD I CO.
ITE JT7 EiYUYE fKE
L I M B E K !
LUMBER, LUMBER,
The Yard aad on the Wharf!
IVMMUSIXW
HKAN AN: FriTH GOODS w Kfsi tfetfft Tinbfri
BB " m FLANK BOARDS,
l ail iunaris ( riult, all stile.
Battens,
Flooring,
Laths.
Pickets. Ac.
Mi Cecteea. BreetaeA. Vtti Ut CM.
A. K. aaa.
Brew aaa Baa Ccaa PrC Inn Casta.
lac Twhiaa; Tar? Bail Cettaa.
.OU- Bad ewoiane.
Baaa. Nrfflai ttot Mebaaia,
Fat Fraeaek Bare.,.. Baa. BarA.laa.
aaaaa aaa Ottawa Sm( Taraai.
I lam Ml w,aA.
of Mug
I Sliest AssvWt
Faa? r sua.
a 'in i ae Oiadk
lata Maria VaAeeokaria.
Sana, bbbb,
Caaua SkAi aaa StwataBC.
Sk Laaa aaa Ceaaee B.a B ml i ifi.
na. M r.Waat.
law Saaacaaf
iaaa. to.-.. aa4 WM!act. S2 Ma
ia, . ii Beat hw '- M la .
Fast? Saaat aaa Saw wL
. .a . .-ciw.ri
laa-.r .'aaraorF,
I win, lie..
(au. Oraaau.
a ai rt u aarrt.T ar
GEIIH. ENGLISH 110 FREICH A PUULOA SALT, ETC.. ETC
Groceries!
Faaaa Waa. 5.. 4. I aaa .
i'iii ( Ira Faw- I aa4 I tasi.
aaa baa. 1 1. I aaa U , AV.
WILDER & CO.,
3a C-rvr F:rt iia'i L?een Str?t.
Caraacraa. Ttaawa feati. ASM.
Faaaak Catfaea.
VrtaFaar aa Prat car, Paaar,
fUa aaa aaai taw. flit Lead. Ac
Ceaaoe 5ia aaa PA 04.
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
i aaa- Owe a: aar 0C. aad
ntMIB BUST SMITHS' COAL.
aaa Be' 8 a-.w at S:eaa CaaL
Ear Irwa, la Hurt1 tixea.
LIME JTTICE CORDIALS
la 1 .. caaaa vi:' the eetearattd maaafaetxr tff
joe snjws a c.. siaag-jw.
AaM a feb or
Smith A Wellstood's
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Bifal. ree-iainec ltd b. ii j wig iavt tried
, atB aa aaa i. and wi". s iiif ?tii
H. BACSFELD & CO.,
have The Following Machinery,
JUST RECEIVED One Sugar Mill, Complete
FXi THE 5
EiWAIIAS BARS E. C, WTUL WESTON'S CEHTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
ms
STE1H (LARIFIEK?. 440 aid 500 Calls.
FROM LONDON.
THE FOLLOWING GOODS !
. - ma m si
Paul Oil.
g rataatf
KJT Baaa. K
Lai. Taiaaa Odm.
Ma C. C. r Plaar Saaat Laaa,
Faaa. Taa AccLaa Saaat laaa.
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
L.IQXORS.
Cuaa Bcaiaa c ' Caaaipafaa.
Caaaa Aiauctai Brasi Cbajcpaxa.
Cm Haaaaaaa ' I. ! ul Z tmt BracaT,
Cam A 5.-. Fvuia Eraaa,,
baa. Waa IW PattUaa Caaaat. - .v:
' aaf, Bar'af Ea,. Caaaa Eaat H .Qui Kb,
, Bas.au isc-: u a K; jaja.
nl! "tZjta BEST AMEBIC AN WHISKIES .'
i.-:. i..aati;arax.t:: AaUUWl 114 . W.aaJ.1
DEMIJOHNS ALCOHOL,
Caaaa Baa: ?u faarrj.
Caaaa Bart 014 Part.
Janar Caaka Haasanx'a Pala Bnaar,
(Manar Caaaj ?t . STiarr-r.
' Caaaa Inaa WataaaT,
' CaaJu Jiaain lam.
a at Caaaa.
5araraaiAla.
Caraaaaa.
A CV. , laai ai Caaka,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
GERMAN BARK CEDER! au soets. sizes & OESCBirnoKS
A WELL SELECTED CARGO BUILDING MATERIALS !
DEY0TK11 TO HAWAIIAN rttK.KISS.
SCANTLING, TIMBER,
Plaak. Boards,
Battens, Flooring:,
Moulding. Pickets,
Laths. Posts.
Tair;.sco fting.
&c &c. ice.
White Cesar and BsCMood Shingles.
White Fine Boards,
Doors, R. P. luio., 2nio., & Sash
SASH AKD BLlIfDS.
NAILS AND GLASS.
Wall Paper and Border.
ak LaVaf VaU-JT.
PIIMTS. OILS. TURPEITIRE. VARRISH.
Paiat ud Hkilra a4i Uru.Ur..
Locks. Hiare$.
i.i Weight Line
mm KLMaa n to free of charsl
OLD
a" At an J I"r la
Aaaaala Kaaic laaa A tataaiHi Oaakf
A fmi Ami fir a la a Qa. TTTajr 'DcUtSCllland. I'
a.
awaa Baax. is at. aaa pea.
faaa; agaa liiaa irt A Cc. aaa fta.
Caafaoa. TWaaa. 4a aaa tu
Kaaaa TM. Cam.
am.ia (rata xxa.
i
A... Aa-. Aa. AM 2
McZwans India Pale Ale,
A. W. PEIRC E & CO.
E : v SaAWaaaaaaaAiUAal ;-j si ;a.
laaa A Mi laaaa Eaaa Aia. pati aaa! mmM, ,
Offer for Sale
SUP CHANDLERY "SSLS.!?
NITS Ufl BOAT STOO.
GROCERIES,
Ja2 Bread '
Lime and Cement,
California Hay,
A3B
Crea Sai rraacasc,
Ml all I I. la a aaaa. caaaa : StaXKKT Wia
tm S aaaau aaaaa. aa aaaaaaaaar aaalitjr-
Mai F. T. LEMEHAN A CO.
Potatoes, Onions, dtc.
ii LAama,
8aitWrk
FOR SALE.
Pilot Bread
r grr a w
Damaged Bread,
OaaAaarOMataaraaA. AaCc
Uaato Salt, per Bag er Tot.
THEWOOD. of the Best Quality
Cat aa riaajptaA
Cur In Stones.
J AS. I.
An Appalling Disaster.
STEAMSHIP " PAOrnr LOST AT sea.
rtvai ttta A w i-atblMaai NaT. Ha.'
Aboat aa!f paal two n'dock on .U.oJaT aftar
- rta. pataala JeaamcAjaa aaca rvoatayJ.
aoartt aUw hafilo. of ViHiaIt.
NaAaoa X iVkia Slaaoukip U. a aMt
S - ftrar! Ibv MarvAaoVa Kifiiaa rv
CriaU Ik l.'.Ioaina; IrhfTaai :
t CT Towxssm). NotwaUr Svk Tb. kip
MhaAyaAWt, ajn.aJ irvci Saa Frawuvo. rvfMria
lb. tttai I oi tk atvaaatr IV-iSc IjcSt tailaj
aok ! Cap VkUerr, oe tk Atk mat. Tb
Maavor nrcuJ oo. pae:.
Taia tWapatck aaa at oc. pvvrtrJ oa tka bu'Ia
ti kvani tka Kjitkuo.. ami al lb. ceaapaj t
5os. It oa ot :kf thsaatar sprvoJ rapMlj.
aaai '.b-oaa iu:etvatU at mcf cuaAi to tka ua
evt;rr. U obtain all pcaAtbaa ukMVtatiao. A
bur. n.oitwr ot to tka offio of tioodali. Ne!-
3 Jt k'tr'i :t a.r;a.u mrticaiara. The
acvota koajrw. coa'd t ooll. farther thn
knl ai.-c lawa naKMTfJ al lb. klarvbatu'a
KKhaa,:.
Taaf.rjiiai aar. racwred ual eeoic. coo tain-
icj; a br.f aU'.atB.at of lb. rvicd
H I J-.. kv :t that tka alaaaier I'atvfic
krft Victoria at 9 a. .w the at A. Tko saaaa
riarnhfa; a kaa fcatheast ga! aaa aocvantercd
fortj di m aOA'.k of i'p biattarr. aad about ?
r a. tb a5i foil JvJ H fjt luio a bvat
aitk Aasr tftbara. tMt it aaa vj-iu-k'y aiijvl
H ailaraadl MMMlM in pfHin; on lb. pilot
aaaaaa. or a piac ibervvt. oc abick k 3oalad till
i v. a. suttnruaT, tao dart after the arvek. aheo
te aaj t P b.r tk S:p Meavoer A
lvtio-pawBer was aitk kiaoa the pilot bo.e.
bat dteJ inr:st tb oorbt troai eaptwurv. Jell J
4 to eskaaattii asd acafc that nolkiaj fartaver
car be gut f'wa bia at arvavat.
Hear; JetlT. tie aurriw. at Victoria. SBtler
lb care of a aargeoc of the Arat. lie fa baiil.
vfa-aeJ aoi aisck exkaiwleJ. rjiort kave baau
mi to gt trtxa ktsi a detailed account of the
o.aatar. aat. aancar to a cvaluaa. ha ku do:
beeo able to jpr tbe (acta aa fulir ai aaa to be
aWararf. Latst .teeing. hoetr. ka aai M
ecora U aak a aaora lUieanak, ia tb pre?
aooeoftbe AaericJ Cocaa.' asj o'.uera. II
aara tba) ixAi&c aa aWaauof aisiua; ul A Strong
aoatkeaat gale at ma. o'clock oo TbsnhUr ereti
faaa lo?t vjf tie paijecjar kaai rei:rwi. Ha
aaa ia ka tf tfc. aral bearvi a '.reoeiklotta int
itmpmg p, aihi ra.kioa; oo cevk as OvO t
Maaabie. h. aaa tci that the steadier bad txaa
atrtaJc forvani Oj anoiuer eaaet. tt fore of
tb coacaiai a araa so grval that lk PaciSc
jeemeJ to. b spiit ia tao.
The t'aciAc reawiaej ai at about an boor af
ter tbe coi.-aioa. Btoe i'rb'.s were mi otf. but
it cow. cot appear that aaa help can a. Alt tbe
boa la were cot out. bat the cv! ui.G resael eema
to baae pulsed liiem. recJarutg co laaiitaticv.
Near! aU th. woaMra ( iboat twenty were put
ia a, ot tba boata. bat theaasoke atack IU apou
it. swaoipit it. nl (browing ai! the occapanu
. j:j tka water. Jelly think, ail baaJj ougkt to
tat beeo aaveJ. with proper asnaeoect. aa th.
aea wis not be&T. it bwiog a clear ovgat.withonlf
B'Wera'.e breeze bluaiuc.
A euopir'. raaoifeat ot the cargo has not jet
been received, the U known to hare had ou
board. Lope. oats, bides, bolt a;a.es and other
merehaedtaa. Ai aba was lb. regalar iteuoier
oa which shippers truis Victoria sent Urge
amount of traaaare it rs Hppoaed tb. bad on
board upward of &x) t)00 is tlBAAmit cusaigned to
the Riflk ot Britiak Cotaaabia and WeiU, Fargo
A Co.
The aewel was rained at ipward ot $100000,
bat was oo'y injured for $47 500.
Froaa exneriecced Cap:aiDa ou tb. Nortkern
Coaat aa Ai-t reporter learned thar. even if the
boats were lawnckeii. tbe probabtiuiee are that
they were swamped m tbe keary sea. and all ia
ibeai were lost.
This m the third steamer lost or th. Northern
QmA Tbe loan of i.f on the Northener and
th. B.-j:her Joo ca'.hao was very heay ; but not
to great as thit by tbe foaodefiog of tke Pacific.
Tbe steamship Tadac frst arrired at this port
oa J-iy 2d. Ual, in charge of Captain Baiiey.
aaW eoatiMfl fanninr to Sac Juan del rtax ntil
lioT at which time she wis pUced oa ibe north
ers ccaa routes, running at times to Columbia
Hirer acd Victoria ; aabeeqaentiy on ibe south
ern coast route. Ia ISc'j w find her ia HoiU
da; A Brecham liisv. ruaains to FortUad : in
I?T'j :z psession cf the Pacific Mail Company.
oq the coast routes, ia whose possession she re
mained antil Ust February, when she was pur
chased by Uoodafl Nelsoa i Perkins, and coc
tinaed ia their poasessioo erer since. She was
i ha sat ukaitt by ibeai after tbe purchase, about
$40 000 beiaj expended oa her: and a sbott
use smce was ta c..fc, where she was aX
aiiaal and found to be soand and stain eb
aa a saw beat. Sk was wail proud
ed itk boats and life preserfer. she wis
built ia New York ia leol. by Wulum H.
Brown : wis a side-wbeel boat, and ha always
been cxr.siicfed a safe acj comfortable passenger
boat, she was VQ feet locg. 3L feat beam. IT
feet uVptk. aad ST 6 loos register.
Capuin Jeff. Uowell. her eoaunacder. has been
arkt or nute years oa this Coast, first as Third
0 in the Pacific Viil Company : then in
Hoilikiay A Breakaa's emptor, makic; tertrii
t.-ps to ii. j. md then f.r a timeia the Pe
to t-' jreti. He made a trip or so
oc tb. S: others route, and was appointed a lew
r..:: i :- :: -':e : : r.-izi vt'tie Pic ic lie
was a popoJar commander, so ejperieceed sea
us. and oc fatty capable tor his position. He
was thirty fire years age, a gridnte of the
Nira! Academy it AncapoUe. and s nephew of
Jeff. Datis. of tie southern Confederacy.
Tbe mite, Mctoooagh. was tormeriy Mister
of tke iteoaer Montaoi. netting to Mexico, And
ttsce Mate cf tbe Eaatport.
degrve. C ,VV tv-trrs ; and if it be raiaaa lo an
aagW of 70 dwfTwaa, A p: ojrt.nl. Bred froAA it will
paaalrate to a dpib of three SMtraa. aka Calliuf
Oa a skip's dank.
Tk. Kwmmttihmti adds that Ik. compeiinon
kick has axislad bwlwaea tk. KagUak aad litr
wan runs HOC 1S65 mar o w b rvrardl SA
defioit.fr closi ia firvr iftk. ktHer. Tk. Kag
M guss bar been dn'.o t by ti.p IroAl tb.
Cociiaautal ajai kata. and I her is now not a sin- j
gW state akick wttt aae Kogtisk fa as fo its our '
or tb. defeoc of it coasts, Ooly lk. olbar diV
a trial took place in Japan of th. hagHtsb keary
Woolwick guas aad Ik lirne breeoh-loaaVrs.
to wkirb Ik. fonaer prvred decidedly inferior, and
lk. Koglisk ganmsktra bar tkus lost ihir last
cuatooiar, .icept Bm-.l Pm! Jtl livusti.
tfu.-cai Mart, k Unwa.
r au--.- TS-XMJOS.
Tb admirers of it poet Laureate. kr. ia
this. hi. latest produ.lion. another proof of bia
j till to tk position wbick he has now receirad
by all bat anirerul ronseut. 1 he Ursmstist
Fero.-.v are nearly all bistoricat pereooaire. at
i iv. j Miry : her kasbaoJ. ttoa. bard, ic cold
Pkilip j ker lifter. Kimbetb ; t'ardioal Pol.
Archbishop Oraowwc. lliahop tvouoer and tiar
duier. French and Spasiah ambassador.
Tbe strength and aeaktiess of Queen Mary are
powerfully sat torth. and the post has so truthful
ly sketched Philip, that it is impossible lo regard
kiss witb other !":. u.;t than coataaapi. Mary
is a' foal or despite her iwrtogeftt isperttiuon
- Woman, she said, when I an dead.
Opeu my heart, and there you wi:l fiud written
lae ciuies. Pfcikp aad Calais; opeu bit.
So thai k. bar. aae
Yoa will fiad Pkilip ooly policy, policy.
Ah, worse than that ou one hour true to ma I
Foal tuagvvls crawling in a festered rice
Adulterous to lb. rery heart ot belL"
Tbe ecclesiastics. Moaner aad t!irdiar. repre
sented as lime servers ready lo rob and murder
io the oame rwligioo. This caa pier of tuiglish
history has beea well rendered by Froude and it
is interesting to obserro that lb greatest I:riog
poet has foraaeu th sam. opiaioos of its chiel
caaracters. Our readers will thank as (or the
following extracts'' in which Teonysou desenbes
the bearir. of Creamer duriusT bia trial and glo
rious ourlyrdoui :
Scene : St. Mary's. Oxford. Fstber CtJe in
tbe pulpit. Lord Williams, presiding Lord
Howard sod other. Cranmer is set upon s
scaffold before the people.
Cofe
And now. test anyone among you doubt
The man's conversion and remorse of heart,
Voursel.es ahalt bear him apeak. Speak,
Master Cranmer.
Fulfil your promise made ms. proclaim
Your line andoubled failk. that ail may hsar.
( Yuw user
And th.it I m9L 0 God. Father of hear.u !
ti j.siftloo. Redeemer of the world .'
0 Holy tabost ! proceeding fiom them both,
Three persons id one tiod. hare mercy on ms,
Most oiiseraM sinner, wretched man.
1 have offended SfTainsl heaven an J earth
More gnerousty (ban any tongue caa tell,
Then whither should 1 fiee for any help .'
I am ashamed to till my ye to heaveu.
And I can fiud co refuge a poo earth.
Shall I despair ibeo ? Hod forbid ; 0 God,
For Thou art merciful refusing none
That come lo thee for succor. I n o Thee.
Therefore 1 come ; humble myself lo Thee
Sayiar, O Lord God. although my sins be great.
For Thy great mercy, have mercy '. 0 God tbe
Son.
Not for slight faults alone, when Thoa be-
caaiest
Man ia the Sesh. was the great mystery wrought.
0 God th. Father, not for little sins
Ii Jst Thou yield up Tby Son to human death,
But for tb greatest sin that can be sinned :
Yea. even sack as mine, incalculable.
Unpardonable sin arainst the light
The AlatllHt (skip.
,rtoui lk. ItaJuaasra'a ilaaatta, 04. la.)
A number of persona risttsjd lk. intersection
of Houn.taiy aad Madiaoo vu to'. Prof.
Shcrosdw's Mertbl airvihip. with wkick k. pro
posa. to rhut different portioas of ika Unilad
Stat, aad the old world, sod ha explained ta all
lb vinous sections aad workinfs of the ma
chine. Th fadnM sssaisd lo be particularly in.
Wrested aad told tka peoieaeor - 1 hey would aa
lor lo tak a trip b.yad the cloud ia hi air
ahip," H. said to them thai he never ioritad
toy oo. to soak au ssceuaion. lor la reason lhal
when lby made oo inp thy alaars wiahed lo
go again.
A number of spplicstioos bar. been rsceired
to lake paaaaar. in lb air ship, aad among Iketu
th. application of Prol. Wise, lb aeronaut, who
ilk Prolvsaur Schroedvr. is saaguia oi U suc
cess ol the tolerpna aod a safe voyage srroas
lb Atlantic Sobroeder says b. has Apadd
var of (lady aad large sums of money upon th.
mtootioa and Us final completion, aod thai many
prominent acieuUata, aad apecially thosa of
Karpe, believe that all thai is expected of th
ship will b. realised.
. la MSI Sckrooder ttatas thst he made n as-
reusioa with similar wacbine. similarly con
structed frvat Kraiil-
Kecentlr aa exhibition was riven of the ship
portion of the balloon, the propeller, Ac. It M
constructed of wire about tbrav-aixlhs of an inch
io diameter, is So feet in length. t feet high, and
S feat wide. 1; lifliug capacity will b. for 10
tons.
The balloon portion of the sir ship, which has
not yl beeo adjusted, will be po loot hib. So
feel in circumfereoc. and bo leel m diameier. It
it cooslruclvd vt l.M0 yards (3osas)of cambric,
from which 1.590 rope will depend, and bold
th. ship. Tiie poshing and palling propellers lo
be attached lo the bow and stern of the ship, ai
10 feet long and feet in height. These pro
palters will be covered with cauras. aa aleo lb.
aid and top of tbe ship.
The ship with lha balloon portion and stealing
apparatus will be completed about lha lsl of No
vember, when Prof. Schroeder will under
take daily ascensions from Ibe hippodrom. lot.
Th thip ia to be worked by a crew of eight men.
and Scbroeder says he can readily steer it
throogb th. changing rurrants of the air as wll
as a mariner doe his Teasel upon the ocean.
About lb Sib of November he expect lo
start npon his a--t Inp. which will be from Hai
ti more lo New York, a distance of 200 miles,
which h. thinks he will make iu three hours.
Me has. b. says made 74 mites an hour in a bat
loon. I lie air ship will be exhibited ID New
York. WasbingtuO, and other citi in lb. I'm
oo, and lb venture across lb Atlantic will not
be Blade antil the Spring ol lsT6. The ship
was christened a few .emug aioo al a mealing
of the ttockholders. ibe - City ol Haltimore."
Horrible Cruelly.
The truth ot Uod, which I had proven and i and the danger os the second was related to kirn
Known.
Tby mercy mast be greater than all tin.
Bat that thy name by man be glcrifi-d.
And Tby most blessed Soo's, who died (or
man.
Great Varna and Iron hip.
The military contributor of th. Cciyjw Cu
rette, ret mag to lk. iris Is which hare taker,
place this sassier oc Herr k"rn'i shooting !
ground at Vrafcecfc. sear Duitua. obaerrea that
it has cow h proved that erta iron -dads of
tke class of tke Devastation woald be powerless
to tore, in es trance into a karbor gwaroed by
tke new heavy runs worked by tbe German nary.
- Tbe eooditaoo," be proceeds. ta which the tar
get, aa irca plate ii iseke thick, waa laft after
eierea shots from tke 26 cecumetrc coil gaa sod
tea from tke )'., cent: metre gan. shows that aaj
farther stresartker.inr cf tke iron plates of ar
mored skips "would be fruitless. It appears from
tk, pkougraplis taken of tbe target after eaca
saot laai area when ike firtag was only bail ever
Ike target was a mere wreck, so that a paste of 1 i
or 20 lcchas wowid be eqaaJIy incapable of resist
ing tke eew ran at tat oat to which the expen
se t was made.
These tnaU bar stao proved that there is no
EtiisaAitr f.tr iacreasic tbe site of their gaa. at
of electricity were applied to the gaa oa oar iroe-
cieat to pecetnte tbe ttroagest pi tie known.
How Car the results of tbe trials will haw as io-
aa Bars! cocstraetioa retsaicj to be teen,
i aVrklsas Ml tAwae aajBrtatw a brnavlade (ra
ti firrng iu gwaw ajawtlni eoasly at oo point
Bscat tauaUiLe a much sere powerful effect tbaa a
tarret skip wkick can ccly in two goo at
tiate. is bey oral a doabt. The huter. kowerer. in
scres mere sccarate aim at distant otfectar. aad
it is therefore prTjaaMe that a certarn amber of
tarret ihtps will ccatiaae to be aaaaj ia aar iroe
caad leet."
The BirtauxiDpig tavi that tke lets Btittut i
Krapp, wok a dtarre of 3S kaiawraatawrs aad
projectile of ITS bkayransaaaas. is nowrearded by
tke Geraaa Adauraiiy a the best ship gaa. aad
that Ike larger calibre of 28 aed 30 k ceotiae
tne trig ostly be aaad for eaaat dafinea As ta
the ship, with 2 Hack ptetea. aack at the new
Eofiatk turret ship Iaffexibae, Han Erapp aaa
BBBBBwy bid before tke Gerasaa Adaaralt plan
far the taaMBXii af gwae with t.kaara tf 35 J
the kattar st a iiWitil f 2j0wO paces, swMtiaar
thstsgk i24-new ptata aad iu teak baekiaf
AsKatAer aawiiUdro waach i to he aaad both
co kaaVal fa aad fat awja der.f ft Hd
tiaBBfll pi aar, aad Hi pax
pit an Iu raage at aa
s .-. r tm ctr kVa it U
I do beliere io God. Father of all ;
Ia ererj article of Ike Catholic faith.
And every syllable taught us by our Lord,
His prophets, apostles, in th fesumeats.
Both old and cew.
Chw Be plainer. Master Cranmer.
CniKfltfi
And now I come to the great caase that weighs
Upon my conscience more than anytbicg,
Or said, or docs, fa ali my fife by me ;
For there be writings I've set abroad
Against the troth I kaew wilbio my heart,
Wriltea for fear of death to save my lite.
If that might be. the papers by my hand
Signed since my degradation r y this hand.
(BJding out lis rijkt htttul)
Written and signed 1 here renounce them alt ;
And. since my band offended, having written
Against my heart, my band shall first be burnt.
So that I may come to the fire.
L I H"i... ru
Yoa know lhat yoa recanted all yoa said
Touching tbe sacrament ia that same book,
Tea wrote against my Lard of Winchester;
Dissemble cot j play tbe plain Christian man.
trimmer
Alas 1 my Lord.
I oare beea a mas loved plainness all my life
I did dissemble, but the hoar bus come
For alter troth and plainness wberetar. I say.
I bold by all I wrote withia tbat boot.
Moreorer,
As tor the Pope, I count him Ami-Christ,
With all bis devil's doctrine and refuse,
Reject him, and abhor turn. I hare said.
(Cries oa all sides, - Pull him down, away
with him.")
Ciis-
Ay. stop tbe heretic's month ; bale him away.
Williams
Harm him cot, harm him tot. hare him to tbe ,
fire.
We hare Dot space for the spirited dialogue
between Tib and Joaa, two old women. Tib I
eads ber remark.
A-bnrnia', and a-bnrnin', and a-mikin' o'rolk
madder and madder ; but tek thoa my word
ror't. Joan and I bear, t wrong not twice in tea
year tbe be rein o' the oetd archbishop 111 burn
the Pwoap oat o this 'ere land ear iter and irar.
Peters - an honest Catholic, one that woald
neither misreport nor lie, not to gain paradise ;
no, Dor if the Pope charged him to do it " des
cxibe Cranmer s martrydom as follows :
Toa saw him. how tie past smoog tb crowd ;
And ever as he walked lha Spanish friars
Still plied him with entreaty and reproach ;
Bat Cranmer. as the helmsman al the bela
steers, ever looking to ike happy hear en
W here he shall rest at night, moved to his death ;
And I could see thai masytrent ban-is
Cam from tka crowd acd net bis own aod
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When we bad come where Ridley burnt with
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He. with a cheerful tmiie. as ooe who
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They had atBekad ki aaaary with, an
whit.
His lee white beard, which he ha
ibarea
Since H wary sdasli, down sweeping lo his chin.
Wherewith tAej bcand kim to Ike slake, fca
stood.
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Pbed bias, hot Oraaaaar only shook his head.
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-Make short: make short r aad a tkey lit
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Two priests ia a mooaalry not far from Rer
bir. which is a I'urkish lortreaa opposite Alt Ura
diska. in Austria, were convicted by tti Turks
of (kUlicipatinK in lb insurrection. A forcu aa
lent to lb uonulry, and o. ul lha priests was
captured. The other succeeded in escaping to tbe
mountains. The priest who was taken had kis
bands and feet cut off while be waa alive, aad
after being allowed lo sufler lti horrible tortures
consequent on mutilation for sum lini.. he aaa
impaled on a sharp auk and left aa a warning to
' all others. A troop was sent to tbe hillside forest
in pursuit of the second priest, but he was not
'found until a diy or two after, wbeu hunger
forced him lo stray into neighboring tillage.
I Tnetw he was recognised, denounced by some
Bosnian Mussulmans, and at once arrested. A
guard was seal for, and the unfortunate priest
wis brought into Berbir half deed from wounds,
and with a huge iron color truund bis neck. He
. was thrown into a filthy dungt-oa. and was not
even giveo food. He seemed likely to starve be-
1 fore bis tormentors should dcide to kill him.
At this juoctar th Austrian Consul at Ber
bir beard ol the priest's horrible treatment. Now
lb Austrian Consul there is a man. and his blood
, boiled t be saw the ignorant and degraded l urks
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