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Diving for the Wreck of the Atlantic.
1 M. Maillefrrt and hit companions returned
Troin Long Point last evening, altera second
nd successful attempt to reach Ihn wreck
f Ihe Atlantic although from unavoidable cir
cumstance notliing Ims yet been accomplish
td towardi raising tho Express Company's
aafe, or commencing operation iiiun llie
Wreck. We hnvo been luiuitthed by Mr.
Joint (ircen, tho diver, willin very interest
big account of tliu descent. Nntwilhstiind
ing Ilia aomewhnt iihiiivorablu condition of
the weather and the roughness of llie water,
it not determined to attempt to reach the
wreck on Saturday morning, in order lo trot
theenpneity of llie new lump. Mr. (Jreeo,
llterelore, nrisyed himself in tint inniino ar
mor and started on din second trip In llie
bottom of l.nkd Eric. He )-i-fiti I. il Milli
on! airy difficulty, anil Iniitleil directly in the
Interior of llie steamer's smoke-pipe, lliu toi
nd aiilcs of which do li lt with Ins feet und
handa. lie wn then elevated again some
little distance, nuil alighted the second liinii
on the braces, follow in:; down until he gut
to the crose bract. Hit ilid hoi, however,
ucreed in making n fiim fooling on the
deck, owing lo the unsteadiness ul llie mull
teamer liied upon I hi) occasion, which com
municated too iiiucli inotiuu lo the hose and
There was much i isk of llie intreiid diver
citing etirnnglcd in thn ropes 41 ml wood
work no tin lo ho uiiuhlo lo exuicato hunscll
or to tear the dress, nnd, being again elv
rated, lie descended n third tiiuu alongside
and clear of the wreck. Ho now went ilnwu
fourteen feet Im-Iow the tii-pcr deck, and even
vilh the guards, liU hemi bring l.'g) left and
liia feet 144 feet below tlio fciiili.ee of Luke
This i tlio deepest dive ever mode, 1.0
feet being the greatest depth ever beliire
reached. The new hose wns liiund to bo
perfectly successful: the diver felt quite at
nie, and went down nnd up without the
lightest injury to di e, pipes or limn.
The ninriiio nrittor consists of n perfectly
air tight India rubber dress, topped by n cup
per hairnet, with a clear, thick plain of glass
in front. The pipes which supply nnd ex
haust the air lend from the tup of this helmet.
The pumping requires luurli labor; four,
and sometimes six men being employed
upon It at the sntno lime, and compelled to
Work hard nt thai. A great pressure uf air
U experienced by thu diver upon his lung,
rqualto seventy-five pounds to the inch, and
ery few iudiviilunls could bear it for any
length of time. When flint going into thu
dress, the sensation of oppression is very
overcoming, but passes away in n great
measure alter entering tlio water. When n
depth of ten feet is reached in the decent,
the dress becomes entirely emptied of air
and collapsed to tlio body, causing a pres
eure all over tbo diver equal to ten pounds
Weight, excepting as to thn head, which is
protected by the copper helmet. The tlilli
cully in breathing now becomes great, and a
painful aensation is experienced by the diver,
alio jnw becoming extended, and the head
eeminely splitting. This continues until
after descending another ten or twelve led,
when the pain is relieved, tlio diver feels
comfortable, and experiences no lurlhcr 111
convenience. When about sixty leet below
the surface, hundred ol the legitimate in
habitants of thn water surround the diver,
nibbling at their strange visitor, us though he
were Mlood lor llie Indies." Alter rending
eeventyfivo feet, ull is perfectly dark 11
black, impenetrable dtukiicss and an elec
tric flame plays around the inside of the hel
met, caused by thn friction of the pump.
At about one hundred and sixty feel, llie
water la very cold, being in the present
eeuson within four or five degrees of freez
ing. M. Maillefert has returned In order to ob
tain u larger steamer, and to wait fur settled
and calm weather, lie Hire making another at
tempt. He bus not the slightest doubt I lint
the noxt effort will bit crowed with success.
Mr. Green, tho diver, has proved himself
cnuiihlo of doing tho woik illcctunlly, and
must rank as one of the most useful ' under
water" men in the country. Two excellent
divers, beside Mr. Circeu, nro in company
with Mr. Maillefert. Wo shall look with
much interest lor tlio result of the next trial
but that it will ho u.:ccsslul we have
doubt. linjjalo Com. ,'ldv.
The exclamntion of Dick Swivem.i:h
when hu disecovered that the "Marchioness"
lind disposed ol bis clothes during his
ness, nnd that bo was It'll w ithout even 11
umbrella In case of a fire, is liimiliar to
readers. Not less nukwnrd wns tlio prcdic
anient in which Mr. Jones was placed,
morning alter bis marriage, when on his way
to Niagara with Ins bluouutig tunic. 1 hat gen
llemnn was exceedingly enulious.ever evince
inn tho crentcst dread both of fires tt robbers.
Having stopped lor the night ut onn of
principle hotels in Washington, he charged
ilia wife before aim retired, to " leave nothing
about," and cnreliilly deposited his own
the pockets uf w hich contained
liiai vniimblea,(iucluding the door key, which
he had prudently withdrawn), iu his
trunk with a patent lock. As he intended
to take tho early truin nt six o'clock,
awoke betimes, but to bis dismay discovered
that he hud neglected to icuiuve the
from bis pockets, and that they were wrriitM
the trunk, which closed n it It a spring.
was euflicieiitly provoking, but tu add to
iierplexity, Mrs. J; iu lur anxiety lo "obey"
literally tlio injmielious of her hnsleind,
ilnccd her own garments in her us n trunk,
and given him lliu Keys for salb keeping,
which he had seemed with bis own. Jl
lot until uller repealed knocks nt ihuiloor,
and when the cms Here liir 011 their
that Jones could summon rcsoluiinii to
tho cause o( his tardiness. The chain
imruioiil, with an cxtru key, relit veil
from hie imprisonment, hut lliu attendance
of a locksmith was necessary to procure
Mtlr preroiitahlii suits.
The recollection of that day's involuntary
detention never fuils lo elicit from Jo.mes
tiearty auuthuina ngainsta ull new f ingled
notions in thn way of trunk locks, which
classes with ntnn traps and oilier devices
the cucniy Journal of Commtrct.
4;Jf Tou can live, figo from want and
wherewith to do good, earo fir no more
awst la but vanity. ' ,
The Rescue of Jerry.
Mom comes In the East, and the world ls(waVe,
And the bright sunshine gladdens the valley
The silver dew glistens on hill side and tree;
Afar o'er the mountain! the rising mists flee ;
Now the yeomen go forth for the fruit of tho
And the artisans hasten sguin to their toil 1
Hut hark ! tho wild cry whioh comes forth on
Rprnks of sadness and sorrow.of woe and dispair,
How tho blood moves space, how the besting
As the low tolling bells echo out from thehills I
Husto ! haste I for the boaster hath set on his
And the Oppressor has leaped o'er Humanity's
I 1 tho w olves from their covert hart scented
their prey I
Their fetter is on him ! they bear him away 1
To his doom they will take him, O'er Cold and
And tho Tyrant's kcon lash will drink deep of
his blood 1
Up I up I to the rescue I O stalwart of limb I
From the salt-spring and cornfield, and work
shop so dim,
Tats on tho high summons and marshalled In
Como forth. O to poople. for Freedom and
Hark I tho uproar of voices t the tramping of
As they throng in their thousands the bridges
and street I
And their words like the voice of tho ocean
As they murmured defiance and wrath at their
" Suy bi others ! for this did tho Patriots toil?
l;ur this did their life-blood once redden our
And the hunters of men stood aghast at tho
And trembled with fear as the watchword went
"Como peaceful deliverance or bloody affray,
Tho Slave shall he.Jree, cro tho dawning of
It was ovening tho stars kept thoir watch in
When through the still Heaven rang glorious
The cry of tho TBorta " Ho ) dawn with tho
Iiring him out I bring him forth ! set him free
from his thrall 1
Hark tho crash 1 it was dono I with tho quick
ncss of thought
Mid the tire of tho foe, in tho path of the shot
And the bright throng of Haven bent down
ward to see,
When they brought forth the man, stdl in fet
tcrs, but I'iiee 1
And tho shout that wont up as proud Tyranny
Shook, with its deep thunder, tho ramparts of
Uenr him on by the altars, unscarrcd by the
Where tho Trumpet of Freedom no'cr echoed
Where the Tricst hath not taken the robber's
Or the man-tbicf onco drank of tho cup ol the
Whcro they ponder what Ood hath Incribod on
tho sky t
Mini is great and Immortal ! tho truth cannot
Whcro long hath been heard, though Faith's
Thedush of Time's waves on Eternity's shore.
Where was planted with tears 'mid the tempest
The germ of tho harvest this night gathered in.
And still by tho torch-light they bear him along,
With words of rejoicing, with shout and with
And the young city won In thst hour's mighty
An honor unfading green laurels for lifo 1
And pure hearted Woman, high beauty and
To cheer on the deed, and the doers, came forth
And to him whoso transgression would stain
They paid thirty pieces the old price of blood
And a Boaster's vain threat and a Slave's
Sido by sido have their place in a Nation's
ilo is gone with no brand of The Slave on
Aud tho thronoof a Monarch shall shelter
But Freemen, O keep ye, forever and aye,
In honored rcmembranco the deed and the day
And Life's coming host shall tell proudly
How the plottors woro baffled tho boasters
When the might of the Fnoi-La by Tyranny
Gave their threats to the wind and thcir"Law'
to tho dust I
Aud shall point whore forever on Time's record
Tho lofty deed beareth the signet of God I
Lynn, Sept. I8A. O. W. P.
" Depend upon It the law will be executed
in its spirit and to its letter. Urtat Apptuute)
' It will be executed in all tho great cities,
hers in Svrueuao in the midst of the next An
tt-Slavery Convention, If the occasion shall
arise, then we shall see what becomes of their
sacred honor, ("Jrtmemmdoui Cheering).
Report oj Hon. Danul H cotter fpteen (
ratiut, ioy iOik, Uil,
A persnn In the west of Scotland, who had
engimed in the manufacture of a certain de
scription of goods, then recently introduced
into that part of the country, found it lieecs-
anry, or conjectured it might be profitable, to
esinnusii a periiianeni cunueciuiii
respeciiinie inercnnuio nouse in inunni.
.... . e
IV ill. tltiH final,, it lin ItftPknil nil n mlMllllivol
goods, equipped himself for the journey, and
parted, lie travelled on lout to hid me
tropolis. I pon his arrival, ho made diligent
iiitpury as to those who were liKi ty to prove
his best customers : and. accordingly, pro
ceeded to cull up nun of the most opulent
flrniu.ra. witli whom he reso veil inesiiioiisu
I ' . .... , ...
regular correspondence, vvnen oaun-
tiers entered llie draper shnp, ho lounil it
crowded w ith piilehnsers, nnd tho eletks all
bustling busily nt tliu liacK O! tlio counter,
handing out their several wares to their re-
spectivo customers, Minuter w uiii ii nui
he thought n reusoniible length of lime, then
laid down his puck, his bonnet, and stall',
lipun the counter, and inquired, in his broad
Scotch dialect, tor "the head o' the boose."
Une of the cleiks asked what he wanted.
The Seotchnmn's answer was, as usual, n
... ... .1,1
question : " ant ye niiglit 1 my line, sir r
"No!" was the prompt reply of the person
interrogated, who nrcouipnnicd his munosyl-
Inhic neguiivu with n look of contempt tor
tho mean appearance of thu itinerant Scotch
merchant. "Willi vc 110 take a look o' the'
guiles sir !" was Similiter' next query. "No,
not nt ull: I have not tune," replied the cterK.
" J'uko theiii nway take them uttny !
"Ve'll aiblius perhaps find them hoi Hi your
while 1 nuil 1 iluulttnii Out ye 11 nuy, sam
Huumlers, at bo coolly proceeded lo initio
and iinslrip bis burden. "(Jo way go
nwoy !" wns reiterated bnlf-n-dozen limes
w ith great iinpalietico j hut the persevering
Scotchman still persisted, "tit t along, )uii
old Scotch tool!" cried the cleik, completely
out of temper, as he pushed the nlieu ly
eXiosed contents of thu pack oil the Conn
er ; "get along." Saunders looked up in
tho individual's I'nci) willin wide month and
alt enlarged pair of eyes, then looked down
to his estate, that lay scaltcrcu among ins
leet : looked up acain, titui excniioieu nun
wull yo 110 really buy nugh! ? Hut )e dintiii
ken ; ye haena seen the guiles jet ;" and so
saying, bit slowly gathered them up, und re-
placed Ihem on (lie counter, "isci oui 01 1110
shop sir!" was the peremptory mid ungry
Coininainl that lolluwed bis last appeal.
Saunders, w ith great gravity anil sell-possession,
said, "Art) ye in earliest, fiien r'' "Yes,
cerlaiuly," wns tho reply and that reply
was succeeded by an unequivocal proof
sincerity on tho part of tho person who
made il, w hen be picked tip Saunders's bon
net, mid whirled it out into thu slice!. Thu
cool Scotchman stalked deliberately ami
gravely in quest of his Stewaiton "head
gear." Alter giving it two or linen hearty
slaps iihjii the wall without tliu door, hu re
entered vciy composedly wringing thu uioist
uru out of tt, looked over to thu person who
had served iiioi so, w ith a genuine Scotch
smile: "Yon was hut an ill-Inured turn,
ye'll surely Ink 11 look o' the glides
1100." The master-draper bimsell, who was
standing all the while in the shop, nuiuuiug
the iiutieueo nnd nerseveraueu of tho old
man, ami feeling a iililo compmiciion lor thn
iincci iinoriious miuiner in which ho bad
been h eated, examined tho contents of the
puck, Ibiiud llieio lo hu articles ho stood
need of, purchased litem, ordered till uddi
tiouul regular supply, and thus laid the
Ibuiiiiatioti of uil opulent mercantile bouse,
that has now flourished lor some generations.
Chambeit't l'ockil Macdlany.
Barnum and Tom Thumb.
A letter writer from rtridgepoit, Conn.,
gives the following curious inliirtnution re
specting two ut thu iiolulilcsol thai place:
" Rariiuiu'e chief sources, of income
of Connecticut, are his Museum, said lo
very prohtahle, and his t, minus menagerie,
now in Michigan. P'X'v lliousatui Hollars
were Ihn profits of lh uiciiageriu the
year, ami among its incidental expenses
!2U0 n week, or VIO.IUO a year lor loin
Ihuinba lortune, lorliuie, and loin contrib
uted not 11 litilo to Itanium's. Tom is about
16) ears of age, Ihough passing lor more,
it is his money w hich huill lur his father
largest house iu liriilgcpm t. Tutu has mado
all his family rich, and when at home is
course the elephant of lliu town, lt.tr111.111
being then lint a simple lion, loin has
tnjou 01 a room in ins great house, Willi
rosewood bedstead, chairs, tables, and a
set, &e., nil made tu mutch his own diminu
tive proportions. 1 list quarters contain
Ihn presents be received in Europe,
pistols bowie-knives, j iek knives, &c.,
been among bis favorite playthings ; but
is amiable, intelligent, and very much estee
med. Itanium look him ns tin experiment,
nbntil ten yettrs ago. Ilis pay at the
was $: a week ; soon it w as raised to
then to $.')8. At this price Jiarnmn look
to I'.ngland, where his groat success ted
Mr. It. lo share thn receipts with him.
Now, tor showing himself merely, be
nil income, equiil lo the o llie in I salaries
Daniel Webster und John J, Crittenden
Christianity in Jerusalem.
Rayaru Tati.oii druws n sorry picture
Christians residing in Jerusalem, of whom
there 1110 nineteen sects. These sects tire
quarrelsome thai a 1 111 kish policeman is
stationed nt the Holy Sepulchre to
bloody disputes. Mr. Taylor
"Whatever pond the various missions
may accomplish, Jerusalem is the lust
iu tho world where nil intelligent heathen
would ho converted to Christianity.
I east here, ignorant of any religiun,
were I to comparu the lives und practices
Ihe ditlurent sects ns tho means of making
my choice iu short, lo judge of iiaeh
by the conduct of its professors 1 should
once choose Mahomchinism.
Needless Alarm. The "prices currents"
are full of tiittuiiciilM ul' "., aiIvi4iu.m" t,,
price of w ines and brandies ''within the
week or ten day s." Tho "grape crops
short, in 1 ranee, M ideria, Spain,
1 Mi i wo niiio ii nuy tv hiu eAioritm
next year." Wull ! whut of it ? The
manufacturers of imported "wines and
are not obliged to base their price
upon "short crops of grapes!"
BY REV. JOHN PIERPONT.
To bo sung at Syracuse, N. Y. Oct. 1, 1852 1
oh T)l8 j, ,re gono wnon looking back,
0.cf worn.ollt pt,un,(
, . . ... . , ,
T ..mild .m the nuntnr on mv truck. 1
- - ' "
m 1 r. . 1 r . . 1 t A .
un 1 11 kohi w im " " i ueiuu.
That blood-hound s noto I
Ull ! llie aay, 1 urenmru or, long ago,
Jliis come at last,
An(j tie bond-man's stripes, and tears, and woe,
Aim. Oh the Diyt art font, ko.
With whip and chains
No moro I hear,
No moro I fenr
Tho blood-hound's open throat
Oh I thero's nothing makes my blond run cold,
' Like his honrso notes t
tor ayo aro pat I
From links, that gall
My li:nbs and soul aro frcct
Oh 1 there's nothir.g in this world, so sweet
A Liberty I
Oh ! tho blessed d.-jy, that I can say
Fin frco I Fm frco 1
Oh I tho Lord be praised, that thcro are men,
And women brave,
Who havo rescued once, an J will again,
Tho hunted slave !
Tho smilo of Heaven,
Fron morn to even,
On all their souls shall shino;
And for them shall tho prayors of tho rescued
As now do mine.
Origin of the Rothschilds.
The lute Riirnn Rothsehild was tho son of
a Jew at franklin t, of the name of Joseph
Hi) was 111 hninlilo circuiiistiinecs, but very
luulily Ihoiight ut lor honesty and integrity
At lliu time thu French crossed thn Kliiuu
ami eiitercil (iei iuiuiv, inn 1 rinco 01 llcssn
Cassel caniit to I'laiikloi t, ami asked Joscitli
o lake charge of his money. Joseph did
1 nt much like llie undertaking, but thu prince
pressed it so much that at I ml he consented
mid thu treasures wcrti eiven him. Wneii
Ihn Krench enteri'd I'Vankforl, Joseph bur
led the I'rince's money und jewels in a chest
but did nut hide his own, thinking that
they liiuiul no money, Ihey would hu su'pi
, ciuiis, and search more earnestly. Thu
', eonseouence was in; lost ull his own money
When nll'iirs liecuiuo tiioru triiiiquil, mid
bo could nipiin enter into business, he look
some of the l'i ince's money and transuded
business with it, as hit tin uierly used to do
1 with his own, thinkina it a pity it should lie
1 quitu useless. Tho 1'iincn uf Cassel hail
! heard uf the French cruelty in plundering
: poor Joseph Rothschild, ami concluded nil
j ins money nuil jewels wern gone. When
called 011 nun unit
ha went to I'ranklort ha
j Well, Joseph, all my money lias been
: taken by the 1 leiich."
" Not a landing," Vul the honest man, "
have it all. I have used n litilo in business.
I will return il all to you, with iutorust on
what I havo used."
"No," said tho prince, "keep it. 1 will
not take the interest, nnd I will not take my
money from yon tor twenty years. Make
use of it fur that time, and I will only lake
two per cent, interest lor it.
The prince told tho Httuy to his frinnds.
Joseph wus in consequence employed by
most of tho German princes, lie mado uu
immense fortune, his sons became, barons
the (icrninn Fiiipiro, and 0110 of them settled
What Anient Spirit hat done in Ten Years
in tho United Stulet I
' 1. It has cost tho nation a direct cxponso
six hundred millions of dollars.
2. It has cost tho nation an indirect cxponso
of six hundred millions of dollars.
3. It has destroyed three hundred thousand
4. It has sent ono hundred thousand children
to tho poor house.
fi. Il has consigned at least one hundred and
llfiy thousand persons to tho juils aud penitoiv
0. It has mado at least ono thousand manl
7. It has instigated to tho commission of
thousand livo hundred murders.
8. It has caussd two thousand persons
0. It has burned, or otherwise destroyed pro
perty to tho amount of ton millions of dollars.
10. It mado two hundred thousand widows
and ono million of orphans. lion. EMcard I'.o-erM
A Single Idea.
Wm. Statk thus beautifully illustrates
power of a single idea. Ilo saysi
It como to Newton as ho lay undor a
and all tho stars in heaven aud tho Sun
yielded obedience It caino to Watt, as
thought of thosepcrato condenser, aud an
of cranks and wheels more numerous than
countless hosts thatsang psalms before tho
city, have this day sung his praises. It
to Fultou as ho thought of tho paddlo wheel,
and every river and sea is now blossoming
tho flower of hU genius. It camo to Franklin
ho thought of tho kilo, and tho very ligtnings
camo down from thoir thrones to do him honor.
It came to Uncoil as ho thought af the induc
tivo system, and tho whole mental world
into a now ' existence. Fhylosophy turned
from her beaten path and followed him as
dog would follow his mastor tho physical
world awoke. There camo a voico from
drop in the salt ocean, from every rock in
btoad land from every trembling star
us, and from every sleeping fossil beneath ;
lust rock, star and dow-drop, cloud, fish and
aro , all found voices aud tongues to proclaim
quors" (J5The water that flow from a spring,
does not congeal in the winter. Aud
aentiniont ol friendship which flow
the heart cunnot be ftoion in adveraii..
Agents for the Bugle.
and authorized to act as agents for the lluglo if
thoir ronpoetivo localities.
Clios. Dougl.iss.Dcrca, Cuyahogacounty.Ohio.
Timothy Wood worth, Lituhlleld.Mcdinsco., U.
Wm. Payne, Uichlield, Summit CO., Ohio.
Josse Suott, Suinmcrton, Uulmont Co.
Dukcr, Akron, Summit Co.
If. D. Smnllcy, Hindnlph, Portage Co.
Mrs. C. M. Latham, Troy,Ucauga, Co., O.
J. Southam, llrunswiek.
O. O. Drown, lJuinbridgo.
L. 9. Spcos, O ranger.
J. Ii. L'imbort, Bath,
Ifaao Hronks, Lincsville,
J. T. Hirst, Mercer,
Finlcy MoOrcw, 1'uinesvillc,
Thomas Wooton, Winchester, Indiana.
Harriet Pulsipher, Hissels, (j'eaogn CO., O.
O. O. Urown, Orange, Cuynhogn co., O.
MEIICII IV T TAII.OUl
X. Side Jai'11-.V., One Door Went of Salem Book'
score, Stlcm, Ohio,
Coats, VcHs, l'ants, &e., Mado to order and
ul united to Uive Hatisfartion.
The Tailoring llasii cis in uil its llratl.cn
carried on as heretofore.
ISAAC THl'.SOOTT. CLAUK TIlLstOTT.
1. TKESCOTT & l'o.
SALEM, OHIO, WhMcsalo and It .tail Deal,
ors in School, Classical and Miscelhtncnus
Jlook and .Stationery; Drugs and Mcdi
Chios; Shoes and UroLCiics.
Mirch 5, l'M.
Liri'ELL'S L1V1MJ AUE. -
Extract! of letlcrt from Judge Story, Chancello
Kent, and 1'ieaidmt Aduntt.
Camuhiduf., April U4,
I hnvo rend the prospectus ith great plea
sure, nnd entirely approve the .lait. 11 it
can only obtain Ihe public patioiiiigu long
enough, nuil largo enough, mid secureh
enough to attain its true ends, il will cutitri
hum in an eminent degree to give 11 health)
tone not only 10 our literature, but lo public
opinion. It will enable us to possess in 11
moderate compass 11 select liluury of Ihe best
productions ol the age. It ill do more ; il
will redeem our periodical literature liom
tint reproach of being devoted lo light nuil
superficial reading, to transitory speeulali ons,
to sickly unit ephemeral setilitiielilalities, nnd
falsi) und extravagant skelefi s of lilo nnd
ehuineler. JOSU'll S'lOltY.
New York, 7th May, lrill.
I approve very much of thu plan of ihe
Living Age;' and if il be conducted with
thn intelligence, spirit mid tastit that the
pinspectus indicates, (of which I havo no
reason to doubt,) it w ill bo one of the lunsl
inslruclivo und popular t'i lodicnls ut (he
day. JA.MF.S KENT.
Wasmikoton, alh Dee., IcM-l.
Of nil tho periodical journals dcvnlcd In
literature 11 ml science which abound 111 l.u
ruiio 11111I iu this country, this has appeared
to mo tho most Useful. Il contains indeed
tho exposition only of lliu current literature
of the English language, but this by its im-
ineiiso extent and comprehension, includes
a portraiture of the human mind in the ut
most expansion ol tbe present nge.
J. U. ADAMS
This work ia conducted in the spirit ol
I.UtcH's Museum of Foreign Literature,
(which was luvoriibly received by tho public
lor twutitv years,) hut ns it is twice as large,
nuil appears so often, we not only give spirit
nnd freshness tu il by ninny things which
were excluded by a month's dulay, but w hile
wo nro thus extending our scope und gather
ing a greater ami more attractive variety, lire
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