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A Girl that would be Married.
A SHORT, GOOD, AND TRUE STORY.
Mr. Wntt had, hy industry Ami economy,
accumulated n largo n ii'ti v. 1 1 a was n
mnn ol' rather superior mind nml nctniiro
Incuts, hut unfortunately became addicted
to habit of intemperance. Naturally fond
nf company mid possessing superior conver
sational powers, his company was much
ought, nml lit) became eventually a drunken
ol. Hi was n Ibehlo woman, wilhnul
much decision of character; lint mi only
child w the reverse, illustrating nun of
those Inw of nature, llmt females oflcncst
Ink after the (iilher in ihnroricr nml per
sonal peculiarities, nml tliu males nfler llm
Mnry wns well nw.ire of the consequences
llmt would inevitably billow her lather's
course, nml Imil used every exertion of per
suasion nml reason in her power, In induce
him to idler hi habits, lint without nvntl ;
hi resolution nml promise rnulil nut with
Uniul temptation nml liu pursued Inn down
ward rourso, till the poor gill, despairing of
rciorni, nml previously realized whnt the
mil must result in.
Jnlin Dunn iv a yoiinjr man from the
Flint, pni .ii'Hxril of II good education, lis nil
ftcw r.nglaiul bins nro
dotniiabln bullish) uiiil
tiinl had Ihi'ir in
wn working on llm farm of a neighbor liy
Mmy, on poll i on mum: errand to tho next
house, met liiiu on tin; riviit wiili the usuul
salutation, "O'oiiil morning. Mr. 1)111111."
"Oiood morning, Miss Wut:. Mow
your lii'nlili 't "
" Wi ll I ilinnk yon, luit to till tlio truth
sick nt heart."
"Piny, whet i tlm trouble ? rj, Join,.
inn von t n cliot-rlul lucly girl liki)
jon, possessing everything to uiulto you
"On llm contrary," replied Mary, "every-
'"K i "uspirc in uiiiki) iiiu iiiiIi:i py. J mil
weary ol lilt', lint it I n suhjcft J ciiunot
explain to you, mul yet I liuvu sometime
thought I might."
"Anything llmt I run tin for you Mis
Walls, you may freely couiuiiiinl."
"That in promising mure limn you niny bo
nblu to perlin in. Jlut to break the ice at onro,
do yon want n wife?"
"Anile? Well, I don't know. Do you
want n husband ? "
"Indeed I do l lie worst wny. I don't know
lint you niny tliink mu li:ild nml ilulicicnt in
that inaiilcnly uindi'sty lirroniiiif; n ynun
Hoinnn; hut if you knew my riluiitinu nml
thn nllliction miller which 1 iilh':r, 1 think it
would Ihs hoiiio exciiMi fur my course."
" llavj you thoiiiihtof the coiiHcipienrrn ?"
raid John; " my nit nation I nui poor you
nro rich I nm n xtriinnr mid "
" I huvu until I mu iilmoHt i-niy. l.i't mo
cxphiin. Vou nml every one elru known the
iinlorliimite Hitiialiou of my Cither. Ilia liuli
its arc liuyond nuiendiiieiit, mid hii properly
is wasliiij; nway liko the dew heliiru the Mini.
A set of InirpifB are ih inkiii hinvery henrl'M
Mood, mid ruin nml uiicry tire Mui iiiK tin in
Iho liiee. Wo lire iihuiMt nlriingein it it true ;
wo have nu t in company ImiI I liaveolinerved
you clo.n ly. our h.ihiiH, jour industry, tlio
enre nml prudence iili which you m iiiiiki)
your einjiloyei B liiiaiucsri havu all interentod
" And yet, my rieiir young ladv, w hat rnn
you know of im in wmraiit you in hiking
inich nil iuiportmit step ? "
" It is enough with mo that I mil satislled
with your charncter mid haliiis, your person
nml manners. I am a woman ami have i yes.
We are ahout tlio mime age ; ho, if you know
mo, mid like me, well enough to take toe,
there' my hand."
" And my dear Mary, Ihcro is mine, with
nil my heart in it. Now, when do you desire
it to lie settled ?"
" Now, this minute; give mc your nrm nml
wo will go in Sipiiru Hrnlon's and have the
Imiyiiiii liiiiglicii at once. 1 don't want In
enter our home of distress npiin until I linvo
onu on whom t can rely, to control mid direct
the affair of my disconsolate home, mid to
btippnrt mu in my ilelcriniuaiion lo turn over
ii new leaf in my ilomeMie all'.irs."
" lint not in iliis old hat, and iu my ehirt
" Vcm mid in my old Kuivlionm t nml dirty
npnin. It' you me coni. nl h i it lm done at
once, I lioiiu you will nut think 1 am no
hard pushed an that comen to, hut I want
to novo n master. 1 mu uillni'' to lm iiiih-
Ires, but, to he n miisler in more than I nin
eiiial tu. 1 will take you hmno mid ielro
dure you ns my own dear himluiul signed,
venleil, unit dehvereil."
".So lie it permit n:c to tny tlmt I luivn
nlwnys admiied you lioiu tliu lirsl iniiiuto 1
raw you, for your heiiuty, nml energy, uud
liuliiHti ions, iiiunilile ileporliiK'Ht.
" So John, if that is sincere, this U the
liappieot mnuieiit of inv Iili-, und 1 liusl our
onion w ill ho loni; mid hnppv. I mu the on
ly one my poor liither hears to, hut nla ! hi
iCMJUiiiiiiiti lire all like roprsol mind. J can
mati.ige him on nil other mily cls ; you must
taku cinii'L'o of Iiiu liusinebs, mid have tlio
hole control ; there w ill do no dillii ulty ; 1
nm comment ol 1 1 in result. '
Tin y were married, mid n nioro happy
tunteh was never roiiKiimated. Kvery lliinu
priispcred ; Iioiisch and harim Aero rupaiied,
tclici s mul yateii were reculateil, ami the ex
tensive fo lds Hiniled and lloui ished like mi
I'deu. Tliu uufortuiiatu liither in a lew yean
rauK into a iJi uuknril yraie. Alary mul
John raised a laige liunily, mul they mill
live, revpecied nml wealthy all from tin en
iTKetie gill' rcMjIulion, loiethoueht uud
AVaiu op tiik iriri:n States. There were
COIund hnttles of tlio Hevolution foii'dit be
tuecn I7li and liSi; 10 warsttitli the In
(limit joujrlit between ITJO and o
lion, in i loidii, villi the Heininolo Indian.,
taught, between 1815 mid 1812, 3a battles with
the Briiiih forces fought hetween July ISlti
1512, and January Hili,l81j, and 82 battles
villi the Mexiiani from the battle of 1'nlo
Alio, fought on the 8th May, 13 Hi, to the cap
ture and occupation of the city of Mexico in
My, U17. Kx. l'opcr.
Coi.l.O(rT OS A Fl RKT UoAT ' BkI.OW
Niagara Falls. Miss. Ma ! mul whul
svhile aluir i llmt oil the water?
Ma. Soap ami, my dear j the Whigs ami
E'enioi-rula are washing their pliiil'oruis.
Alias. Thoy must lo owful dirty to lako
o niuch sonji. '
Free Americans—A New Song.
BY W. MILNE.
Tune' 'Scoll tchat hac'
Free Americans I how long,
Cnlndr, will you sufTcr wrong
Bee the feeble by tho strong
Ittld in chains and slavery t
Yt to whom a freeman's lot
Is so Uer, hare you forgot
How your sablo brother fought,
Uy your side, for liberty ?
Kvery moment lieremnini.
Held by you In servile chains,
Deeper, dnikcr tnnkes the stains
Of your guilt and knavery.
Rise! and w ith a giant might,
Freedom's moral battles fight
I.est the sword of Justice smito
Down your Englc suddenly I
Snb'c cheeks nro wet with tears,
And a wailing tills His cars,
Who in mercy ever hear
The faintest cry of misery.
Tfenvy btihlens haste undo,
I.est in wrath ho visit you,
And the vengeance justly due,
lie requited feudally.
ir.'lplcss infancy invokes,
Hoary age with snowy locks,
Womnn, too, for justice knocks
At your doors beseechingly.
Shall their tears to pity move,
Tears observed by Uod above,
Ood .whose justice, truth and love,
Never sides with tyranny ?
Ulush, American! for abator
There's a blot upon your famo
Wipe it out, nnd get a nauio
For justice, truth and equity.
Then tlio Union, all around,
Songs of Jubilee shall sound,
And a slate no more bo found,
Stained with human shivery.
The Women of Maine.
Mre. Slowc show a herself an nsroenhlo
Idler writer aa well us h liisciiiating hedon
ist, ftho has lately been travelling over
what she teruiv the " glorious mountains " of
Maine, ami give us, through tho National
l.i a, mi account ol licr loiirni'MniiM. break
ing of the habits and custom of the Miiinu
women, nho tuyn:
You co into n plain farm house, whcio
thn liiinilino mid all the uppiirtomince re
tain tho most primitive Kiuiplicily hut ho
not sin prised if you see Latin, Uieck ami
(crmau hooks lying tin tliu table. You look
iniuiriugly, ami uru told perhaps of o cer
tain Mary Ann or Mane, who is keeping
Bciiooi up nt Liiiiiagog, or some other im
possible out-ol-lhu-way place, whoso hook
these are. She ha lung done using them
shu jrot ihem when hti lirst begun ; now she
ban lelt theui lor Cynthia or L.ouisii, or some
other lair successor iu the liimily line, who
i eipudly hiinly and energetic m her attack
upon tliu tree of know ledge. Ten loom-,
you get a glunpso ol uid Cy iitlua, who
prove a ulcuilor, blue eyed mi l, Iruniy dres
sed, Willi u pair of Very pretty cai'-img ill
her ears, mid mi air of quiet composure, and
ivmrluut which show you that alio i a
piiucess of the blond ill her own regions. -
Vou talk with her, nml find she has a mind
us sharp and bl ight and keen a onu of the
piariz crystal among her own mountains.
ho has lici n tn tho academy in the nciiMi-
billing town. Hie ha u liuicy for (hawing,
and may bo she kIiow you a crayon head or
lauilscape, which you liul not expee.l to see
ist thou hhu wishes she could get some
where where ahe could learn more ii limit it
shu ha a cousin who painl in oil she
Hunks perhaps, alter shu has taught u quarter
or two, she will aavo enough to gut lo 1 ort-
liuid, and take lessons ol u master.
One is struck w ith the iutellectuul activity
of Iho Maine women, wherever ho travel
among Ihem. A ti iend of mine told mo tho
other ilny that in ouu ot Hie town where
be wa visiting, m the clergyman lamily,
bo wa surprised to luid the walls decurutod
wilh oil paintings which he thought it quite
in yoinl the means ol In Iriciitl to have pur- 1
" Where did you get these paiiitiiuisr" he .
"Oh, these! my wife painted them !" was
The same gentleman relates that at another
time, when bospiltibly entertained in mi ob
scure settlement, lar out in tho woods of
Maine, being struck with the domestic talents
uud agreeable manners of hi hostess, he
entered hiio sumo conversation with her.
Knowing that ho was couniiccted wilh the
cullcgiato institution in Jlnmswick, alio in-
piued wiili grout lulurest alter u yoiuiif
gentleman there, milling u mi apology tor
tier inipiisiliveness, " J leei interested ill llmt
young mall, lor 1 titled him lur college."
My Inuiid ol course, thought ahu alluded
lo some such lilting u. knitting hi stockings,
making hi thins and tnudu a leuiiuk lo
that i Heel.
" Oh no," suid tho lady, composedly, " I
mean that I laught him Creek and Latin,
ami so on, mul of course 1 should wish tu
hear that lie was doing well." It seemed tu
he quite mi of course ulliiir to her, nothing
lo w hat she could do. 1 can assure you, by
l lie bye, lhat these women are yeoman house
keepers, mul thai you will never tuste the
L iiiu or Greek in sour bread or bud butter,
or ace the drawing mul painting looking out
of hole in dresses.
Tho fact is, that a atciilo soil nnd a harsh
cliiuato, though nut good lor growing any
thing else, are first rale lor raining mtn and
women; und nun and women, in the full,
emphatic sense, of the word, are the staple
products of Maine. The long chccrles
winters hero are powerlul educators, bold
physically und morally physically in the
amount of oxygen mid vitality which they
Ibrce into the system, intellectually iu the
leisure which they force on one for intellec
lual pursuit. Apropos of the winter, 1
will relate un nntJcdolu which 1 heard in my
village under Iho mountains, which might
give some of our Southern friends a new
iden of what a winter hero ia like.
Haiti one of our friend, whoso house liea
directly under the mountains " Last w inter
the anow was hanked up quite to the ridge-
pole of tho house."
it possible ?" ! cxcluiinftl. "Why,
what dill you all do?"
"Tunnelled through it!" said my friend,
composedly we hail a tunnel some iniecii
Icet long to the road.
"And pray how long did it Insl?" said I.
" ell, ahout six months, said lie,
" It Hindi the house very warm, indeed,"
addetl hi wife, "almost oppressive."
That was ono view of a anow hank thnt
had never auggested itself to me. Itnt I
must ndd to what 1 said about the Maino
women mul girls, one drawback one is im
pressed with il even iu the most mountainous
districts the want of an appearance of ro
bust health. The young girls nro fiir spark
ling, intellectual-looking hut they nre want
ing iu Iho physique. They look like forest
ilowera very fair, hut ns if a breath might
wither Ihem. The mind soenis altogether
to have got tho atart of Iho body. The long
winters may have something to tin w ith this.
For more than hnlf the yenr tho liimiile aex
iu this climate nre very much confined in
doors, iu stove heated looms, generally ve-y
partially ventilated, as room iu cold weath
er always are. Here they read, nnd sluilv,
nnd sew and go nut, nt most, only in pleas
ant weather olien only in sleighs, wilh
lathers or brothers to drive them, and the
sleigh is a vehicle that gives nn sort of exer
cise. Can we not acu iu this lacl the reason
for that predisposition to disease of the lungs
which is constantly the terror ol every pa
rent in New I'.nghuul, rind which seals every
year hundreds of the fairest fur tho grave ?
Think of the commit between tho stove-
healed room, w hero one is kept almost nt
the point of perspiration, mid Iho lungs
constantly inhaling warm air, and the sharp,
Keen, culling air that is inhaled w ithout.
There is no remedy for this, hut a harder
habit of hie. A young cirl iu New Fnglaml
is never secure against consumption but by
keeping her physical vigor up lo the highest
point. Hie should go out regularly every
day, in all weathers, nml familial izo her
lungs with tho out door atmosphere. Hho
should fortify her skin wilh daily cold bath
ing, wear short walking dresses, prefer walk
ing to the sleigh, practice skating nml out
door amusements, a Her the example of F.u
ropeau ladies in n similar climate mid then
the long winter will hu to her, as it i to the
other sex, n disciplincr mid invigorntor tu tho
system, mid not a constant enemy
My letter is running to n great length.
lllll fail tlw. l,i-u,il hub
Adieu liir tho present,
From the Commonwealth.
Horace Mann. BY GEORGE W. BUNGAY.
When Slavery led her champions forth,
To chuin and scourge and crush tho North,
Then tinder ban,
There stood on Frcad im's hallowed sod
One of tho noblest works of Uod
An honest man!
Tlio haughty andjusiilting South
Could lind no gig to fit his month,
lie scorned its jibel
To-day our hero proudly stands
Vpon tho chains forged for his hands,
And spurns all bribe!
He swept its parties rank hy rank
Ho toro their platform plank from plank ;
Ho dug their grave!
Ho leashed nnd led from Northern grounds
Thnt yelping pack of human hounds,'
That hunt tho slave!
Yokes wero shivered, chain wore broken
By bravo words su nobly spoken
F.ach word a blow!
Pmallcr gods, looked up with wonder.
When they found that Jovo could thunder,
And lighten, too 1
Michael Sontag vs. State of Missouri.
Lawyers' brief are not always willy or
amusing, but there is an exception iu tlio
last volume of Reports of the Decisions of
tho .Supremo Court of Missouri, page 417,
in n case iho title of which is given nbove.
Iho willy lawyer wa unfortunate only
I... : i i.: ..i -
Iho lime, ol making thn plea of misnomer,
mid thn caso went against him.
the hiiuf, a get lorlh iu tliu hook
"Michael Sunday, in proper person. Tho
appellant hail from (Icriuuny, where he
cnirio Into tho world, bearing the nnccstial
mime ol'Sontag, which, translated from tin)
Teutonic inlii Augln-iSaxou, means Sunday.
By (he Inner nmno ho has been impleaded iu
the Criminal Court, that tribunal claiming
the right to rehaptise hiin iu F.uglish. Of
the legality of such n proceeding ho is du
bious. A Dutch wood-chopper bus a Celiic
pride iu his patronymic, and insist that tho
power which would seek to divest him of it
is of n piece with that which would despoil
a Highlander of hi breeches. At the un
precedented liberty thus taken with his name
ho was indignant. Ho gave vent to his in
dignation in the form of a pica of a misnomer,
asseverating that he Was not Sunday hut
Honing. Thai If Sunday hud lieen guilty
of any illegal acting and doings, Soiling had
neither uct nor part in them, nor was ho
willing in hi stead lo become u denizen of
. "llisplen, tints plain and impregnable
wna not even treated with the decent cere
inonyof a replication, but wa aumiiiiuily
craced ; against which hu entered his solemn
protestation, uud now reiterate the same
before (hi court, where he trusts the laws of
( tinman nomenclature are held in mnro rev-
ereiice. niul liiii pnitmluint :,u i
luck. Iho appellant is advised of n lel
liriiieiiiht pnlh.,1 i.im .......! ...I.I..I. . . .
u man that has a name, and thinks it worth
keeping. If this he ao, Sunday no more
aoiiutl like Soiling than it aoniul like Hah-
hath, or lird' Day, or Uiti Dominkui; all
these may indeed be itiu, tnijianu, hut if
hey are t,c;n fonmu hi ear deceive him so
badly thnt ho givea up all pretension to know1
the dillurence between sounds, and could not
tell a cough from a enevzo. . I null who may
set any vuluo on a name, this inew idea of
idem tgnxftcan$ t alarming. II, hy virtuo ef
it, boning may be mode Sunday, thore is no
similar desecration for which it may not fur-
nish a pretext. Not to go far for illustrations,
Lackland might be held rectus in curia, ns
Huron Vide I'oche, nml Colt as Nobuclmd-
nezznr or Grasa-entor.
I " Tho nppellnnt submits, thnt linvlnR ten
Ms dcred an issue in his plnn, he la entitled to
hnve it tried, iu which he ia ready to vorify
that by ono liauin ho has had his being,niovcd
nnu uven, nuu uy u uopes to me.
From the Ohio Star.
Song of the Agitators.
" Cease to agitntc I " we will,
When tho slave whip's sound is still
When no more or. guiltless limb,
Fetters print thoir circlet grim ?
When no hound nthirst f r blood,
Seours the thorny Georgian wood
When no mother's pleading prayer,
On tho sultry Southern air,
(1'iivcreth out In accenfs w ild
"M ister, give mo bnek my child j"
In the day w hen men shall bo
Brethren, equal born, and free
Day for which wo work and wait,
W c w ill " cease to agitato " !
When our Statnto bonks ptoclnim
To tho world no moro our shame,
And a freeman's rights shall hold
Denrer than the Judas gold (
When the Tohir Star shall givo
Light to last the fugitive,
When our lander Lakes shall rise
On the last lone bondman's eyes,
And thoir waves for him no tnoro
Hittc to clasp tho Northern shore;
In tho day when men shall bo
Brethren, equal born, and free,
I) ly f r w hich wo work and waitj
vo will "conic to agitutc"
One of the old French histories, in allud
ing lo the tremendous infni:n.,i of iho ..
giiiinn ol the seventh century, aavs that thorn
has been referred to il the f'lniiliar usage of
Mo ling fcuuil WM1ICS II UlOSO Wild SIICCZO.
It is said, he says, lhat iu tho days of Grego
ly VII., those who had the m'isloi tiiun tu
snet ze immediately died. This gavo neon
sion lo the rehgimiH (miuifl' to order for the
;,ji, eertain pravers aeemnp.mird bv L'ood
! I ... .. . '
Wishes to turn away those daiu-erous etlbets
from Iho corruption of the air.
This is n fable, adds tho author; fiir wo
are assured that the custom is older in all
part of the known world. It is well known
10 mythological student (hat tho first sinn ol
Iili-, which the man made hy rromelbeiis
gave, was a Biieczi-. I'loinetlieua had stolen
11 part of the rnys of the sun, and fill.! I wilh
Ihem a vessel made expressly for the purpose,
which he sealed bermetiealiy. He then re
turned at nnco lo his lavuiii iio statute, and
presented in it Ins Imlile opened. It may he
im iiiiucd 'h it the odour of bottled sunbeams
proved somew hat pungent ; tho ray hail
Inst sunn; of their aclivily j they insinuated
themselves into the pores of the statute, ami
in nlo il sneeze.
Prometheus, chnrmetl with hi success,
made n prayer, ami offered vows fair tho urea.
ervation ol lliis singular being. Hi pupil
beard bun ; he remembered him, nnd took
great caro on similar occasions to make the
application of lliosc vow to hi descendant.
" no, ironi i nner lo on, buvo preserved Iho
memory of them IViiiii geucrnlinn to genera
tion. And at this day the custom hold in
all countries in the world.
'The Kabhins, speaking of this usage, do
not give to it llm same amiquiiy. They snv
that nlier the creation, ;,d made n law th i'l
every living man should only sneeze once,
and thnt nt the samo insta..t ho should sur
render his soul to (iod, without nny previous
sickness. Jaeob, w ho was lissaiis!it-d wilh
Ibis brusque way of going nut of the world,
and w ished an opportunity to act his nllairs
in order before ho died, bowed himself ho
line llm Lord, wrestled wilh him again, and
heg"ed lhat he might he excused from
Ibis i nin. Hi. prayer w as granted ; ho sneez
ed, anil ho did not die. All the princes nf
win Id, being informed of this flier, ordered
that, Ibr the future, iiei..iiig should he uc
cmnpaiiieil with prayer and vow for the
preservalion ami prolongation of life.
1 he tradition wa very ancient iu thn lime
!'f Ari,l,"l,,5 wl'" ''"I not know thn origin of
it, mid sought to explain it in hi Problems
no pretend that iho lust men ponceiveil
very elevated ideas ahout thn head, which is
the principal seat of tin, mind, ami thnt tb-y
fan ietl their reverence even In respect fnV
the sneeze, which i one of tho most
manifi st and sensible operation of the head.
The liu iiiiilas of blessing used hy tho Un.
man and dYei ks, on occasion of tuieczc,
wen;! "May Jupiter preserve you ;" or aim
ply " Health," or May you bo Well."
llTOn tho ni;jhtof tho 10th ult 810 falling
stars wero reckoned from tho Ohservutory at
Bcrno. The samo night 28 woro seen nt Brus
sels during tlio first hour, and 7d each success
ivo one. They all appeared to issuo regularly
from a point between Tcrscu and Cassiopo.
This phenomenon appears to bo very similar to
the great shower of falling stars w idth occurred
in November 1837, mid which, to a greater or
less degree, does so annually obout this timo of
tho your. Owing to sorno peculiarity of tho
weather, on wdiich such phonomona depend , it
has however, occurred inuoh earlier this year.
Tho Lynn Xawi states that tho number of
thocsmudoin that city lat year, is 4,471,400
pairs or 14,000 pairs per day or 1,200 pairs
per hour, or 20 pairs por minuto-or ono pair
every three seconds.
""""S e''ivates us so much ns tho pres.
e"cu ol "I1'"1 il"ilur, yet superior lo our
. On Tuesday night last eight alnvo. (live
men, a woman and two children), heloi.einir
to sundry citzens of Mason county. Kv
made, their escape.und have not been reeoy!
cred. There is strong groud of suspicion
thnt n portion, if not nil of the fugitive.
fled in concert, and thnt they wore aided by
while confederates in crossing the river.
Agents for the Bugle.
The following named persona are requested
and authorised to act as agents for the Bugle in
hoir respective localities.
Chas. Douglass, Borcn, Cuyahogacounty, Ohio.
Timothy Wood worth, Litchfield, Medinaco., O.
Win. I'ayno, llichficld, Summit co., Ohio.
Jesso Scott, Summcrton, Belmont Co.
Z. llakcr, Akron, Summit Co.
II. D. Smnlley, Randolph, Tortage Co.
Mrs. C. M. Latham, Troy.Oonuga, Co., O.
J. S nullum, Brunswick.
O. O.Ilrown, Bsinhridgc.
L. 8. Specs, Ornngcr.
J. B. Lambert, Bath,
Isa.io brooks, LincsviUc,
J. T. Hirst, Morccr,
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carried on as heretofore.
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ers in School, Classical and Miscellaneous
Books and Stationery j Drug and Medi
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March . lM5i.
Ll HELL'S LIV ING AGE.
r.xlrtxclt of lettert from Judge Story, Chaneclla
Kent, and I'resiilcnt Ailttins.
Ca m BRinoF., April 34, 1841.
I hnvo rend the prospectus w ith great plea
sure, nml entirely approve the idnii. If it
can only obtain the public patronage long
enough, and largo enough, nut) secure!)
enough uttiiin it true ends, it w ill cnnli i
hulo in nn eminent degreo to give a healthy
lout; not only to our literature, hut to public
opinion. It will enable us in possess in a
moderate compass a select library nf the hesl
production ol the age. It will do more; il
will redeem our periodical literature from
the reproach of being devoted to light nml
superficial rending, to transitory speculations,
lo sickly and ephemeral seiilimeiitaliiies, and
false anil extravagant sketches ol life ami
ihunieler. JOLl'U STOKY.
Nr.w York, ih May, It'll.
I approve vert much of iho nlaii ol the
' Living Age nml if it he conducted with
the intelligence, spirit ami laste that the
ptospeetns indicates, (of which have no
reason tn tliiubl,) it will be one of the most
iiiKlriiulive and popular periodicals nf the
lay. JA.MLrf Kl'.NT.
Wasiii.noton, 27iIi Dee., If 44.
Of nil tho periodical journal tlcinteil to
literature and science which abound iu Mu
rope und in this cnunti'V, this bus iiiienrcil
In mo tho most uselul. It contain imlei d
the exposition only nf the current literature
of tliu Luglmh language, but this by its im
mense extent ami comprehension, mc hides
a portraiture of tho hiiinnn mind in die ut
most expansion ot the pit scul nge.
J. U. ADAMS.
Thia work i conducted ill the apirit ol
Littell's Museum of IVrciiin Literature.
(which was favorably received by the public
nn- iwemy your,, nut a it i twice na large,
nml appear no otlcu, we not only give spirit
and freshness to ii by many things which
wero excluded by a month's delay, lint while
wo nro thus extending our scope ami gather
ing a prettier nnd more attractive variety, arc
able so to increase the solid and substantial
part of our literary, historical, nnd political
harvest, a fully to salisly the wants of the
The elaborate am! stately I'ssays of the
I'diiihurgh Uuarlerly, and other Reviews
und Blackwood' nolde criticisms nn I'oelry,
hi keen political Cominentnries, highly
wroiifht Tale nml vivid descriptions of ru
ral and mountain Scenery ; mul dm conn j
buiiou to Literature, History, nml Common
Life, hy the sagacious Spcctnlor, the spark
ling Ixamiucr, tho judicious Alheiieuni, the
bus" nut industrious (iaclte. tho sensil.le
and comprehensive 111 itannia, the Fobcr and
respectable Christian Observer; these nre
iuloi mixed w ith the Military mid Naval remi
niscence ol tho Lulled Service, mul with
tho best articles of the Dublin Lniversily,
New Monthly, Frazer', Tail's, Ainaworth',
Hood's, unit Sporting Maga.ineN, and of
Chamber's nilmiriiblo Journal. Wo t(( not
consider il henenlh our dignity lo burrow
wit mul wisdom lioni Punch ; ami, when we
think it good enough, to make use of tbe
thunder of Tho Time. We shall increase
our variety of importation from the conti
nent of Kuropo, nml from the new growth
of Iho British Colonies.
Wo hope that, hy winnowing the when
from tho rliufl',' by providing abundantly for
the iin munition, and by a large collection ol
Biography, Voyagoa, Travel, History, and
more solid matter, we tuny produce u work
which shall be iopuhir, while ut the name
limn it will uapiru to ruiso tho atuiidnrd of
The Livimq Aon i published every Su
turday, hy K. Lit tell & Co., corner of Tre
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equivalent to tlio cost of the postage; thus
virtually currying out tho plan of sending
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placing our distant subscribers on tho Same
footing a those neuter to us ; and making
the whole country our neighborhood.
We bopo for audi future change in the
lutv, or iu the interpretation thereof, as will
euuhle na to make this offer to subscribers
at any distance.
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THE subscriber would respectfully announce
that this institution will commence ita next
term with still grcntor advantages than tret be
fore offered on Monday the 18th of Octobar
The design is as heretofore, to render th
course of study useful, attractive, interesting
and practical ; to this crd ho will endeavor to
illustrate and as far as possible demonstrate
Students desirous of availing themselves of a
thorough course of instruction, will here find
tho requisites f .r Sp?cdily acquiring a knowl
edge ot the sciences in all its branches.
Among the means at command fnrdemonstra
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'AIM.i:r OP CASTS,
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not In the Country, to bo found In possession of
nny private I'hysician or Institution. Alto
getber affording an opportunity pf no ordinary
character tor Gentlemen and Ladies for acqui
ring a thorough Practical knowledgo of Anato
my and I'hysiology or tho Science of Medicine.
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attractive, has just effected an arrangement
with Mr. Auntn HoLiutnox, whoso teaching
talent is nf tho highest ortler, lo teach the ele
ments of Philosophy andC'iiKMtsTiir, by which
the class may have accc.-s to his extensive and
splendid apparatus, one of tbe best in the State.
In all tlic above course important assistance
w ill bo afforded and a general oversight of tha
Ladies department rendered by Mrs. K. L.
No applicant will be received on any other
terms than by tho best Medical Schools, in point
of attainments and moral character.
Tl.RMS of studies with daily recitation, for
full course is three years, including two cour
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gy and Hygien, six months, prepniutnry tn lec
turing. Students to tho luttcr lurr.uhing their
own text bonks.
Tuition one hundred dolinrs for the first.
Thirty dolinrs for the latter course.
Uootl nnd convenient boarding may be pro
cured nt $1,12 to l.aOpcrwcik. Thus Is com
bined cheapness w ith rare nml extensive oppcr
ttinities for knowledge, making this a plnro
doubly desirable rs it at once places it within
tbe means of almost all.
pun In r information and satisfactory referen
ces given by addressing the subscriber.
K. O. THOMAS, M. D.
Marlboro', September, 18.52.
"."J mini enn find vowhert so pood a Snvinpt
linnk . liy emiltuip: hit fitirse info hit hind,
hnoiilei.''c it the btxt tiifiilnl he. run jxmsiss ; it
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uLore par. In. Fkakli.'v.
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enabled to Adtl, Subtract, Multiply, or Di
vide, in any nun no matter of how mnny
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There nre nlso rmhrnrrtl in the wo k,
RU.LS FOR Tim CALCULATION OK
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