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WEDNESDAY KYKNIMJ, MAY jlU, IS-JS.
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or Me fault!.
II T II. I.Alh STEMTa.
Aero tbc ocean' briny ware
'i'herc e-itneii a miltr Tuire
That voice nw-akcn il.o ii.uig slnvc
And bull lit hiirt rejier.
That voir pMolaiiu a jieopic IVec,
'I'm tatto tlie wi-its nf libirt ;
'J !x tyrant'ii gitlnl throne ir low,
'I'll" tyrant eek a Inn ign land,
A iicifile elnthed in carb nf wn.
l'linuT ufl ibeir ri-d and gaily stand,
Arnuntl thrtr Jcaileri, lirave nl IrU'j,
W'Un ltd tbfin the fierce eotitlict thrmigh,
And innuy-heartj to fenr a jirey,
No lnnter (ear for future ill,
OpptTii'tis niiniotis fiei' away,
V'-r mighty in a penple'st will
Ami onward toward thvu'aol ailvmtec,
(l Liberty! the tiK uf l'mnee.
1 1 freedom ! pei rleno trenure iivcn
Uy Nature to the heart of. man,
nrrly thou ranii't from yon bright heaven
To elieer lit. s littli- ipan !
And hat ii lile liun thou nrt puna?
It Jrnf:i without ulie ph-asure on.
The Indian Chief.
The foliating beiiuuful story is-lilcrally
true. and was firllii!din n lee. utu deliver' d
by Win Tracy, V,i , ol I'ticn, unthcotr
ly InMorv of C'ticid.i county
Dnool the first se'tlers in Western New
York , wasJudo W , w ho establish.
d himself at Whitcsiovt n about four inili s
'from I'tica I le bro'ihl Ins family with
Jnm, among tvhom was n widowed duuh
li r with nn nn'y child n fine h' y about 1
years old. You will recoiled, the country
uroiind tras an unbroken forest, nnd this
was (he dornnin of the s.tvage tribes.
Julgo W saw thu necessity of
keeping on jrood lerins with the Indian;, for
ni h Aa nrirly alone, he w .is roinpli li ly
at tl.eu mercy. Acoidinly he tool; evi
ly opjununiiy lo assure them of his kindly
lei lings, and to i c jre tin ir good w ill in re
turn. Several uf the ch efs cume In ire linn
uud ull nppiMiid pacific. ISut tin i c w ns
mho tinny tli.it troubled him ; an aged chief
uf the O ou'u lube, and nnoof great influ
ence, who muled nl a distancu of a don-n
rrnlea, bad not yet hern to see him, nor
i-ould he nsceriain the i.mii and feelings of
tin. mcliein in respect to Ins setilftncnl in
that ri'guii. At last he f ut him a inctioge
.uij the answer was that thu cnief wouid
is ii hint on the morrow.
Truo to In. appoiutmrnt. the sachem
came, Judge trctind linn with
marks of nspcci, nnd mtriKliieed his uile,
Ins daughter and little boy. The inlerviow
tint followed woi iniertstmg. Upon us re
Hill the Judge a convinced Ins security
might depend, and he wni therefore e.ceeil.
tncly anxious to make n fivorablo impres-
tion on the dutmgui'hed chief I le oxpres
ed his tlesire to tetlle in the country tu live
on tenni of amity and good fellowship with
. L n..,l t.n ,,.r.l l. lkm 1,1 III
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IIOUUIlll UlllUU IIIUIII IIIC all! Ul 111114.4
The chief heard bim ou t, and ihen laid
'H rot her, you ask much and yon prom
im much. Vhai plidge can you giro of
your fault? The white man'i word may
be good to the whim man, yet it is wind
hen spoken to the Indian."
'I havo put my life in your hands," said
(he Judge, "it not that nn evidence of mv
good iiiti-nti n ? I have placed good confi
lenco in the Indian and ill not believe
that he w ill Abuse, or beliay tbc trust that is
(bui iepoid "
'So roueU ii will," rcpliid the chief,
-the Indian will r(vy coubJenee, with con
fideiiee, ii vou will tiun, he wilt turn
lttbiiby go with me to tny wigwam
--1 h ill bring him back in three days w ith
my uivcr "
If an arrow bad pierced the boaom of the
mother, tho could not bare bit a di-cprr
pxt than went to her hen H, the Indian
nude thi proposal She p;ng forwaid,
and running lo the boy, m ho mood at th
nlc of tho Mchcm. looking into h s fitc
with pleaud woodcr and odnmaiioo, rn
roc i r tied bim in her atmt, and, prrMin
h'tn lo her Uiom, was ab-jul to fly fro-n the
room. A gloomy and ominous Iron n came
orer the Mcbem'i bto-, but he diJ not
Hut oo'. m uh Judge W . He
knew (hit the iuccmi if thnr mtrrprue.
the liroe of hw family, depetadad on deci
lon ef moment.
'Kiav. iuv, my dauahtar," he Hid --
1 Hrms back the boy. I bccch ton .
it not more to you wan to
not r.k a bur oi hit bead.
'. t.od stiail
he mutt so vrith ihe chief, t.od snail
watch orer him I
We mil be ei a!e in ibe
, at bcttxath our ono
u, : '
i' , t i
I shnll nnt attempt to dcicribe the agon)'
f ilit mother Ijr ihc coming days Slit
wai agnated by contending hope: and fenii
In thf night j tip awoke from hep, item
ing to hear the icriams of the child calling
-mi tu mother fur hlp. Hul the tunc woto'
slowly nw-nj nnil the third day cam' .
How Mowly d, the lion r j pan. I he
morning waned, noon arrived, vitlhe ss-
1 a ' e-hem came not. TIito nai i gloom ortr
jur, ithe whole household. The mother wbs
3"'ple tod ulenl Judge, W walked
ihr floor to and fro. rine ftm lew nun-
utri to f he dour, n nil luoj, mg ihrouph the
I opening in the fgrrx tonntdi (he inc'iem'
At last ho rav ol the t tunc sun wore .
thrown ukiii thn tops of trees hiound, the
eagle feulhors of ihc chief were frn dinc
mg nbovc the huslii in the di'tnnce ! lie
ndtnnc'-d rapidly, and the little boy, was
nl his M'lr lie ivns gaily nllim! as a yuting
elm I his leit bi in" drcssiil in moccasins
la fine turner skin was on Ins slioutderi,
and tuple feathers wire stuck in his hair.
, He hoi in i-Kcrllenf a pi r it , and io proud
ai he of his hnuori that lit) sei med two
I inches tn Her limn hr was hi hire He wni
' soon in Ins mother's nrins, and tn that hrn f
1 minim.' she seemid to twin from deiiih tn
It was n happy meelinp loo huppy
forme to describe. "The w bite man has
coiKjiiered I s ud tho sachem, "hereafter
Ul us h0 fnends. You have trusted mi in- ,
uian, no win repay you Willi conlielcnce ,
anil friendship "
He was ns cnod as his word : nnd Judt'O
W lived formally years m peace
with tho Indian iribis, and succeeili-d in
Lying thu fntindation of a flourishing nnd
pro-pi i otis coinumniiy
Anecdote of the King of Sweden.
(.ustarti, HI King of bived-n, passing,
one morning on horseback thiougl. a wl-,
, lage in the neighborhood of his c.p.l.il, oh
, servid a young peasant g.,1, of iti.erest.ng
u.,u i.e., .,g 'im-uuinnwnuj
thu wny-side. He wtnt up to her and as
kill her for n draught. WithoultleUy, she
.lifted up her pitcher, nnd with nitltss' sun
plicity put it to the hps of the monarch.
Hating satisfied his thirst, and courteously
thnnked Ins benefactress, lie said, ".My yirl
if ynu would accompany me to Stockholm,
I would en leavor to fix you in a more a
"A h, sir," replied tho girl, "I cannot ac- '
rept your proposal. I am not ntuious to
rise above the state of lifu in w Inch the prov. '
idcnce of Clod has placed mi; ; bu1, .1 if
I were, 1 could not fur nn instant heiiute.
"And why?" rejoined the knit', sonic
' lk-cause," answered the girl coloring, -"my
mother is poor mid sickly, and has no
one but mc to ussiit or comfort In-r under
many afflictions ; and no e irthly bribe co ild
induce me to hare her, or ueglict the del
tas w Inch allection requires from mti "
"Where is your mother V asked the
In that little, cabin," fcplinltlie giil,1
poiuling to n wretched hovel beside licr.
Tho king, whose fei ling were nilurcsied
in favor of hit companion, went in and be
held stretched on u betL'.ead, whose, only
covering was a little straw, nn nged female,
w(.,Klie( (0wn with yenrs, nnd, sinkin
tile ii er iniirmiiies. novcu ni inu
I r I .. i
monarch addressed In r ; "I nrn sorry, my
Kor woman, to find you in so dc it-t.- anl
afflicted a condition."
Alas, nr," answered the venerable suf
ferer, ' 1 should indeid need to b pilietl,
had I not that kind and attentive cul, who
i hbols l0 s()p,mrt me, and omits nothing she
fcj fan nf;)r,j 1U. rut,f M,y erilt.j.
ous L;o,j rom(.,,f,r ,0 cr fur j,00lj " slt
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aU led, wiping away a lear.
I Never, perhaps, wasGuitavus more sin
'sible than at that moment, of thu pleasure of
occupying nn rtaltrd nation. The grati
ficntion nusitig from the consciousness, of
ItiMng it in hi power to aisnl n ft II iw
' crenliirr nlninst nvrronweriMl him : nnd nut-
lung n purse into the hand of tho young
' villnges, he could only say, "Continue lo
take care or your mother ; I shall soon en
-. X- ..i i
atiie you to Uo ro more eit'Ctnaiiv. vmou
Kv. int iinii.lJi. mil vnn mat- i enend on
the promise of your wing
' On Ins return lo Stockholm, Ciuatavti
s tiled a pen on for life on the mother, wiih
the ret rsion to her daughter at her death
y j t nr. wLi.y.
General Schuy It was one of those men
nho hunor our race. Rich and prosper
out at the outlet of the Revolution, lie cheer
ful y embarked his fortune and his life in
tbedoubtlnl snuggle on which we entered.
A life ol cat was surrendered for the toil-
hie aid to
of Mild rather than brilliant qualitiri, he
ami better fiutd to thine in the cabinet than
in the field Not that he wai deficient at a
command-r, but that the lore ol im ;v
jlory. and adrenturoui deeds and the dead,
ly eonfl ct, were not o much tuiusl to bu
luinaiitii! more neaecful aUicnian et
' hi. i iw.it lahilam lo in maud .-f the N -r'.ti-
efa jrp,rtm(rnt tcre tnraluible nothing
ra..nMi hia atteiuion. anJ be cfTtcied at
much by the pri n nun; a by conquering
,l(ffiultie The Indian, whom be held
.a t cooBao.
l,er, fdt that he u tbe Mronet encmr
in such constant (hock on our aeotcrn Iron
had ta eneoi.au.ef. 1 hev made tw o
' e of .he emir, and amid rtnbjrrnn V . -.r . ... ' i C- I !'" ' neior.unc, some twenty
l- .'lugaL Tvciguing Sl.i caiaa. i n- iiiiru ihouajnd dullns wni d .!v r,,.,',?.
I n.ni. -.nd diilim hirs we c.iiiiuii now annrc 'i. 9 , , ... ,. .. . mouaJiiu uoiuif, waa u i) rea.i.'
1 , 7 i i it an orKniaiuianioni, noujiii ny e .iinarino i.. . , , . p . , , i. . . ... j i ,i,
,e, he bori up ,, I, , ort.tud- and u.er. f R u furX,,.0fW,.d an an- I , P, return 1 to b. lom uoo
; er w-o.thy .be f.icrid of a-bm .ton r ull J ft, Qw Thc fflr( jt tbc ,.j , or ru. ' mcrrv a a enckei
ol aucrffv and industry, of great kno.v l co .. ' , , , , , ,, ,,, . , . r. tnurcii rawitt , out merry a n cricket,
...V'rl i;J K,Jr.. .neitlcoh- tf-ul tn uiioml, bought b) t he Duke of Or- rt,.,kedi.wayJ2a,n for bis daily bread.
' 1 . urn fur LllMI UOO. now in the crown ol r...,t.. ..,,. "i .T.-.i. . j .' ii:
inc caoie ui nuwuin i tit.".
men, nn lnlfan Mil a err, lv m unt'iiih
U'rTil f r n3 r hti homo, to thoot ht.it us h--p'o.l
Ai Schuyltr npproached on hoie
lack,thry tok deliberate aim, and his death
seemed met liable; but at this critical mo
mint thr I ndinn knocked up hi nsaociaii'j
gun. synig, ' 1 cannot htli kttn, I knee rii-1
irn An brtaa too alien 1 hut ntncclcu,
evrn by bis enemies, for the nobleness, of
his character he pisir-d through hit trying
cnn - cr ivithout n spot on Im name
There was not n mean trait tnScliuylei'i
character, an! though of a quick ifititii-r
he nai one of ihoie ma jnoiinnoiu, high
snulril men, tunc Virtue can be inucfud
iicillirr by rmnt Ji nor ilujruer. Hitcnn
due, when f uneiiiilid by ti i'.i i, w a one of
the noblist iriumnl s of patriotism nnd Mr.
tue oti r envy, j'-aiouiv, and the conscious
nrss of btinc ivmricrij 1 1 u douieftic nnJ
iockiI qunlitirs were, of the highlit older
f and ei.dear.il l.iiu to his family and nmdu
, h.m beloved by n wide c.clc o! friend.
whom his large, hospitality never u cm ted
(Jnofthe Ins! nets w a! to tmniimit nil
his slave, lennnif i nch of tliem sullieient
properly to re lieu-the in from wiiut.
A truer sword was never drawn in dt fence .
human liberty, nnd n mor untarnished
blade mver returned to its scrtbburd
u)C conflict was over.
. nctriirdiniT Dhimomla.
The diamond is the chief of stones, the ,
hardcit .mil the niokt luiniii nia. even pho-
phi, rie in the dark. Aiuoiifr the am icnts the
perfect crystals were nlonu Milued. They
were not aware of thnt property which enn-
blcs modem (litiinotnl workeis to produce
imicIi hnllinticy, tit .- tlie in-e ul its own pow
dor as tho tutting agent ; many stoin t.,
ii'ltir.li it-illi mi r al'ill rn nf itiinrtiiiin
,aVi. ,,rn rpjer,o(ll,v then, -
Thii h yM , ,,,, . ,n ,)p H0 -,Bn, M ,
ni tU t
L k t)u (lircc(km (). ((f o
. . .. r,,.,.,,,.. ri.,,,;i,. -',U i;.v
n used m thu tint stage ol
It wan in the year 1-170 that Louis dc I'er
e'liem, of liruge-.t, first ilivovi red th prop- '
erty of powdcied diam iti,land tho mode o
application Itoi-cs and table ilinu.uuL
wuro tho only kind he produced. Tho most
perfect hhapo fur relle-etion or
li 'lit is that which is called the
being two trtinc.ttetl pyramids united at
their bases, tho upper heiring to tho loucr
in height above the girdle or line of injue
tion the proportion of five to leu, lent iug
the plane of tniiieatioii, ov the otilut of the-
lliu lower pyrauiui, ouu iiiiu ine mi purueex
.t i . . i i. i . . i . . . . i
of tho tipper or ai lor diatineti -ult is lernie-il
n..ii.. 'i-i. ...:.i.. ,r , i. i
kllu luie. I lie niiii. ui iiiv iij'jm:i i,iiiiiii ,
aro covored with triangular laee-l" ; those-1
t hich have their b.i-" en the bse of tho
pyramid are called skill-f.ieets ; those rndi-
ating from the table, me enlled htarl'acets.
Thcsu in a well-rut jdotic meet half way I
down thn .sides The lower pyramid is .situ -1
ilnrly treated tha kul-lnees being the eu
lot faces as three lo two in length. This is
tho best form for bringing out the brilliancy
of the diamond ; it the hides are perpendic
ular, the l.gh'. is radisled from the eye of the
.pectntor; if too hoii.oiital, n thitiices ol
lus-ro ari.ies, fur the light pas'c.s more easi
ly through the trt:il in the direction ol its
poles than trankvcrsely through ihe lima-nan-
; it is thcruforc in a thin luilliiiit less
relh-cted. Kxncricncc has found that Ihe iiiv
coM-ry m iarKer ...a... mi. ov. a i.iu '.o-
portion ito .hat of ain.il cr, ro that tho pi ice
is regulated, accoi dun; ly theiuU ol eal-
cuhvion being that a the tquare of the
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.mi-l.ts so must be the mIuo.
Ho iealous arc the Iinliatn of tho mi
their ilininoiithi, thnt when they work tin-in
thev make the- faeels fi llinv the form in
which the dt'Mie is fuund, be it ti perfect nr
imperfect crytdal; but rather thnn thit
Mimll loss, they frequently aro content with
them unwrought. Htoue of extraordinary
eue are claimed as the property nl tin- l'rince
and trnn-inllteil as Heir-looms, through gen -
cratumii, a smnll dot being made in eoinc
' part of the ktoue by each possess-, r. The
finest coU'ition of gems in the world is in
.......... ,.rii,.. ,.r i'..;..
" w...... .
UlUed liV tlie liluilder nl I'
lln about tw
centuries ago. I ardinal .laxarin, in the
rt-iirt "t Louis XIV., was the first who wore
a brilliant Thi.s truly m-u-utifie nrraiiL'c
nieiit is therefore of modern invention. L'x
traui dinar) value it attached lo some dia
mond. The largest diamond in the world
is in the potsesaiou of the Ureal Mogul, in
form and kite equal to half a hcu'a egg,
weighing about TtX) carats; supposing it to
iic Hume-.. ..im ..i, i-i-v
ot one carat stone and apt-lying the rule of
gcmuetrie-a progrewton the reault i enor-
mour. The next in ure it tbc Uraatltan
. 1 l , V - .1 I -.
France. To those of merely material eon-
oetiltoni aucb alue may bo indication of
folly; but totlue who regard gem a
y tub'.!, of ideas, a without d -ubt they
have been, an l nm a-w an UIJ. m -nuy
jms but a Kvr parallel. The nipp'.iet ol
Europe urv ct.'.eHy 4ru fr.-iu Ciaiil The
min.s of (i. WmU are no lon. r storked,
atel but a liiuiu-d quantity, in vulue about
tei i a t nr it ;uii kiii irom rtiiaiiai)-
id in Hii dooatAU The great influx of dia
mmd wliiH followtsj tbe r dbeotery in
America alarm 4 tbc bidden about t'
.yw 1735, leal dwwond. .U.-uld U".m u
. Thev tVI? ,
plentiful a iebllc ilone. Tbcy fell r'
ly in value, I'Ut bvc mec rejjaiii'
iurtb. ' ' '" ywr roaintalueJ .
Tlio fonow ing it mil mi uf the imtly times
w ben vniiitn wire Killing to git married
Mid not suhutned to own it, 11 n letter ae-
compa lying h shipment ufinarmgmble In-
j i( mRe7rotn l'.ngland to tha colony in
',r..uiia. It is dated
"London, August 21, 1021.
"Woicnd you n shipment; one widow
and rlevm maid", fu m of the people
of Virginia; there hath bi-en eipecml care
hnJ in the choice of them, for there hath
not one of litem been ticiivcil but upon
In case th' y cmnni e prcoii'ly mnrried
we di'iri that they may bo but w ith seiernl
house-holders that Imvu wins, until they
can be pro idi-d uiili huibuiids. There
are nearly fifty more that are shortly to
come, and are sent by our Hon. Lord and
c,,(la)n lV(;, ,,;memnll( who, taking into
COnidr'a!,0n that the plantation can never
the Mail nf Southampton, and
flout ish till fa-niliej be p'anted, nnd the res
prcl of wives nnd chiHrin for their people
on the soil, therefore having given tins fair
beginning, n imhuriing of w hose charges
it is orili-ml t lint every mm that innrrie?
them, give one hundred and twenty pouttJi
of best lenf lobieco for ench of them.
fe tlrir( lli.it iho ni.irrinfrn li frmv nr
'coiding tn nature, and we woul 1 not h we
' those nmds d ceivnl nnd marry to servants,
. but only to such freemen or tenants us have
menus to mnintniii them. We liray you.
' therefore, In be father of them in this liusi
m if, lint enforcing ihcm to uurrv against
Influence of PicturoB.
M iy we exhort s-ich ufour renders as
havo no pictures hanging in tlx ir rooms in
put nne up immeduuly? We menu in
their principal silting room in nil their
r iniiis, if possible but at all evenli in that
one. No matter how- cotly.rr the revers ,
providid they sco sonielliiug in it, nnd it
gives them n profitable or pleasant thought.
Some may allege lliul lliry hnvo nntiisle
for picturt-s for irees, for lnndscnpi s, for
human beauty, for scenes of life; or if not
for nil these, yt-t surely lor some of ilium--l
ml it is highly usiTul for the hiimnii mind
to give itself help1 Inwards taking tin intr-
. . ' est in things apait from its iinini dintc cares
rerrneti..iioflorli.1ri,j; .,'.,1Py SCMC (0 r(,rrL,!h 11S fl)r
Ihc brilliant, i I .,..... i... . . ..
iiie-ii ui;u''i Lijoiou.ii ui i nun i n oei 10 ito
dcr sorrow unselfish lo remind us that we,
ourselves, nrnur own personal wishes, ure
not the only ol jecls in the woi I I lo iuttrucl
.in I elovale u nnd nuFtis in n fairer way of
ri niimg tli" gooj opinion' winch w-o would
- .i. r ,.,; nrICi-c
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.'Ir. Il.ilitt Ins s-tnl, mmowherp, of n
poitrait ofn beautiful female witli n noble
I countenjnce, ilia! it seems as if an unhand
some nctton would be impossible in its pret
ence. The companionship of ntiything gienler
, or hitter thin nursclvts, mint dn us good,
J unhsi. we are destitute of nil modi sty or pn
jtiruco. Andn picture is n companion, nnd
Mhc neil thing to the presence uf what it
repreben's. We may li u ihe thick of it
city, (or irmnnce, and can seldom go oul,
and "feed'' ourselvi s
j Hut we can put up n picture of the field"
before us and n; we get mod lo it, we shall
, find it the next thing to seeing tha fields u
a distance l-'ur every picture is a kind nf
, w indow, w Inch supplies us w nil n fine sight
nnd many n lhe-k, unpierced wall thus Ills
1JB ,,0 imd.ef ofthe grenlest mtl), Rlld
(notl beautiful scenes of uoture. i
,, , . , , ,
, - 'IM"1' im pictures wo-linrn to rcd'l
' "'T'" ,rP " lo '"Bri . nooK " corner o.
n land-cane nnd i very feature of the mind.
and it is impossible, to ho in the hnbit of
thisc peim.ils, or cvrn of 'bring vaguely
conscious of the pn since of the good anil
beautiful, and considering tlx in at belong
ing to us, or forming ti put ufuur common
places, nuliout being a' the very least, lei
subject lo the disadvantages iirit-ing from
nvm.. ,l0 su.-h thought nt nil.
, xow ,0 happens that the chenrv-it rn-
graungs though they cannot come up to
the tin r ii s of the original, often contain no
mcjn portion or shadow of thorn and when
we spiak of putting up piclurn in a r mm,
we use the word "pictures" in the child't
ainsc, meaning any kind of gruphic reprc
sentnlion, oil, walereolor, coppfr plate draw
ing or wood cut L' igh Ilout.
A Ilartl Case.
A poor but jjlly wmver, in this city,
not many yeaisngn, had a fortune left him
by a d slant sn l wcilthy nl.itive, who uml
"ofTihc handle" in Lu"lantl, rather uncx-
iiiv, when the uem came to the
po0r A-'Iotv, at he s..t clicket-te clacket ol
n u0n1i hc ,!npprd, .tock till, and uid
..u-. H. I ,ii.nQi.. I muai ..n,l it.. m,.n...
d and du
hife bu loriun liteJ Il.a fi , end. call. d
him green, but he liuhed at their gibe,
and norkd ihc harder. In a tweii e month'
i.mc, cfr pnpp.-d ancthrr rich relative, and
,,,. nenti (10M a!l. came 'n ibe j illy wa-
vrfi -hat lC , ts,l ih possessor of a
hnd nn fortune Stopping hi h.om and
lo,, ,tl,,.( ,jy ,t tbcl-tier ,e de pe'-
,lfi1y ai.l"low prornkinj' u it pot b'e
mml m thrju.rk all Ih.t ota n.
- U - - B
n a I f renin? a
i . V i v :
Ilom.A Hi'iKi.ow is thu autlut of tin
follnning, which we find in the Anti SLe
ry Standard. II uca calls his prtiluction ,
TIIH l'lOl'S KDITOU'S CKLKK.
I d- liolieve in l'reeilnin's cause
A furawar as Paris is;
1 love to see iter stick her claws
In thrin infernal I'harryv-es ;
It's well enough npin a King
To ilror ronho anil triggers
Hut libUtv'a a kind o' thing
That iloii't agree with niggers.
I do lielieyo the people wnnt
A tux on tens nnd coflces,
Thnt nuthin' nint cxtrnvyguiit,
l'lirvided I'm in olhon ;
l'or I've lnved my country sonco
My oyeteeth filleil their sockets,
And Uncle .Sain 1 reveronee,
I'articklerly his Kcket.
I do bi Here in uny plan
I If levy in the Iri.tP",
As long, n- like a liimbermnn,
I giljist what I nses;
I go Irec trade thro' thick tin thin,
Hpeaiihe it kind o' roue
The folks to vote--an' keeps us in
Our (juiet Cti-tom Houses.
I do boliovu it s wiu and good
To Kpnd out lurriii mission.
That is, on certain understood
And orthydock.s conditiotis ;
1 mean nine thousand dull, per ami.
Nino iheuiaiid morn for outfit,
And me, to recommend a. man,
The place would just about fit.
I do believe in sneslial waya
Of prayiu' anil noiivnrtin' ;
The bread enmos liael; in many days.
And buttered, loo, fur nartiti'.
I mean in preyin' till one busts
On what the pnrty chooses,
And in coiivnrtin' public trusts
To very pryvit uses.
1 do believe hard coin tho istiifT.
Ir 'leetioneer to shmitH out on;
Tho peoplu's oilers .soil enough
Tu mark hard money nut un ;
Hear I 'iiele Sam pervitin, for his
And gied a good sife-d junk to all
I do'nt care how hard money is,
As lung us mine's paid pttuclooal.
I do believe with nil my oul
In the great 1'reis's Freedom,
To pint the people to the giol
And in the traces lead 'em
Palr-icd the arinth.it forges yoke)
At my fat contracts .siuiutin',
Ami withered ho the iiono that pokes
Inter the guu-rninciit priirin !
do believe that 1 bhould givo
Whatevei's hi tn Cn-nsr,
For it's by him I move and lire,
From him my hrad nnd cheese are;
I do helievo that nil of ine
Doth benr his i,-mipert.oriptinn,
Will, eonshiitice, honor, hmiei-ty,
Ami tilings of thnt descriitiuti.
I do lulicM- in prayer nnd pini'o
To him that h.-is tin- granting'
Of j ibs, in everylhin' that pays.
Hut timet of all in Cam in';
This dooth my cup with meic'ia fill,
This lays nil thought of sin tu reM,--I
d in't bi-li-vu in principle-,
Jlut oh, I do in interest.
I do heliuvo whate-wr trash
Will keep the people in blindness,
That wo the .MmicutH can thrash
Kight inter brotherly kindm-is ;
1 do believe that powder'u ball
Are good-will' is ftronget niagntle,
That (icaee to uinkii it slick nt all,
Mull be drttv in with basnets
III short I fil inly tin belie-vo
lu htiinhiig ge-uoinlly,
l-ur it's n thing lhat 1 peicuivo
To have a solid vally ;
This hath my faithful shepherd 1k-ou,
In pastures sweet hnth led ute,
And this will keep the people green
To lecd as they have fed inc.
' "' "
Tho Roaton Atla gives the following
among others as one of the incidents con-
liecUd with tho progrca of nfT.iiri in l'nrii.:
,. , ,. , ,
Aletcander Dumas made wvcral Mump
Roches a a cantlidate at St dermains, nt
one- of which he read n letter fiom Lamar-
tine co.npliint-.UinK him in the bigheat term..
" I he pplo know you, wrote the poet ;
ou have exe.ted, luKruetid and e baret-i
then, by your n..iiai...s and your drama
1 our gotnus hs alreadjr shown itnelr to
them patriotic, always untraiumelabkf. I
think it then unnece.sary n.rmc to inter-
i uieween too anuine n, in a eaM- w.,e
(your nan.- will suffice, w hen toM.-ad of tl
arplau-e thev have ao olt"n hvi'ii d iii u
you, y-u uk t'-itirvotes f. aid in t-uu Ji.iv
with your clexiui-nce, that republic wliicb
your lather in heroic tin.i , '. tuliantly dt
fendeil with tbe aword." Ifeforc the Mxioch
itl which thia Utter vraa read thus bail been
lennsmii, a iouiik -ttttvaa iwra'jnu I IUC
Liberty. .Not rclUhing Ug diacouraes, she
bdjourncl Ui Duma' chateau with
Minaa chateau withnmc
, and tabtn he rcluniwl he
found them rather tntoikat-d, firinir pit
t-'U at aoiae Urge picture in hMilratting
r tu of the late royal family. Why did
kmc .uct iwi-nj-i ni ie.- -i u,n
-.f . .. vo ,i ii
not dsrc rein them, ruut,' anwed the
matrU if hutel, ' lt it w. denuuded by
MadawiiiwUe Liberty, tbe young lady witli
the red woolen oap. " "Oh, Liberty, aaid
Duma, ' what erron are cotouitud in thy
Tin: imHfiouK ov iAvr.uv-A
Ht LSI. AT WASHINGTON
Hon John Slir,ceilnd. the inemher of
ttntigiesi (mm the AH-trij illsttlrt. lditir t
r s If Iter In ei!iliir nf Ihe Alhsny V.e JmJt
ml, ,iied i In nc ion Apnl !f,(rom which
IaIp the lullniMnt;.
List etemni;. In pstilnp the Itjllioad Pa
hi,I nan iuiii) Urge uuinkri ol colored pc i
suns, gathrmig around one of Ilie cars, and
Imm inimleatatinns of gtiel aninng umo nf
litem, I wat Induced to draw neat lli.t asccr
tain thn cause I found in the carlo" aim
which thev weie n cngrrll gating, hi. col
oied piutulit some ol Itirln Wrie neatly as
white 4 im seif. A Inige ni)uuiy ol thn
nuinbei w i ic Unite ti Im attempted to K'lu
iheir libeiiy Lit week in lln- nhuoner I'ear,
Ahnut hall ol lliBm i-ln lenwlea, a fan ul
whom had but a alight tliignajfT Afiu.ni
blood in then veins, thev were hnoly fount I
ami hcaulltul. Tha men wcio Ironed to
gtlhcr and tha whole gnmp looked tad and
Jcjected. At nun end ol tlie car stood the
nnluriom able dealer ul Dallimore. who la n
member nf the Metlmdial i liuirli He had
pun listed lllu men mil ttomen around him,
slid taken his dcinrturc for (JenrpU. Wlilln
uhtervuiK Mils old ciet -Iniailed denier in the
bodies and emits nt men, the Chaplain of ll.ii
bcli.it.' enteied iIih rar, nnd look linn h
the liaml, t lulled Willi him a hint limit and
seemed tn Haw the henrl-tending acunn
i round liiru tilth at hltln rt merii nt Im
would lonk upon calllr' I know not whether
I lie came lo .inetlf Ihe art, or pronounce the
I parting blushing , but this I do know, that lie
justifies sUtury. A 1'ietbytnitJii minister
who owned one uf tho fugitives, was thn nun
of Ihe firat to atllltr a bargain with the nlavn
dealer, and make mi'icli.tnulD of (!od' im
age. Home of ll cnlored pnopln ntittldr, as
wall an tome in tho rai weic weeping.
1 lenneii that miuy lainllles mm-to bo ep
araled. Wives were tsking lentc ol their hut
bauds, and hutb.inda ol the.i wivnt; Chil
dren ol their parents, and psienls uf their
rliildien Fi inniL jiarnug w illi filrimlt, nnd
tho tenderest mis of hum nitty severed at n
tingle bill nf the inhum.in alave broker be
fore htm. A husband, In the meriditu ul
life begged to son the paiunr nl hli bonntn.--llo
protested that alio wns flee thai elm
had free paper ami - .it lorn mil) frumhliii
an I shut up in the jail He clambcied up In
one nf the windows of the car to acr his wife,
4ii I aim was reaching forward her baud to
' him, the bhek heirted slue Hniler nidered
bun down lie did not ebev. The husband
and wife besouehl hint tu let them apeak to
o.ieh nthnr. Ilut no In-was knneked down
and mdured away ! The b)tt.iudi-rs ro'ild
baldly rnalrain Iheu-.telves from laing mo
! lent hinds upon the brutn. This is but a
! fnnt description of I'm srenc which tnuk
place williln 'a few roilt nf llin Capitnl, nnd
1 under enactments renngnieo.l by (Jnugrt-ss..
Oh, what a revolting scene to a feeling hnall,
an I whit a retribution wills the ncluta. -,
W ill not Ilia wailing ol anguish ruteh tho
i-ju ul the m 'st lilh' " VengMlieu Is mill'-,
! 1 will repay sailh tbc Lord.
j (Ini.riM.s Tiiufuil rs I never vol found
pride in n noble nature, nor humility in nn
1 unworthy mind Of all trees, I nbsertn
that (!oil 1ms chosen the ino a low plant
that creep upon tin.- helpful wall ; of rill
i beasts tho null and patient limb; of nil
,fowUtliu mild ninl guileless ilovo. When
d'od appeared unto Musua il wns not in n
!"ty cellar, nnr in the spreading polm , but
, n bush, nn humble, hlcmler, abject hiikli.
' Ah if ho could by tln-i-u selections i-liuc-V tl.o
jeoncnteil ntrognneu nl mall. Notbing jirn
'iliieolh love like humility ; nothing liatu likx
1 Ar.T or M ir, im. Mi.s 1 1 ii-i-t. Them
is an nrt of making a m.iu hnppy whieli very
few unik-rslaml. It is not nlwayn by put
ting the hand in the poek'-t that we leinuvo
( iifllictiuns ; there must be sound long more
I There must be advice, uml labor, nnd aetiv.
, ity ; we mils' hustir ourselves, h.-tive our
armchairs throw off nnr (dipper, and g-
abruad if we would effetunlly f.erve nnr lei
low eri-nturca. When to this active nil 1
' cfTectu.il h'enevoli-nce the innre prompt cnV
' cnoy nf iitnney is lidded, how great ami h' w
Insting may not lhogioilhe7 Few. how
ever porncsi this iunlity of pHlnntbrepy
fur it costs lets tn give n guinea than t"
give an hour.
Tiik I'iiitv -i ii : Wnai.n IltTis. It n
not ttuo that thf world ha fes piety. Tho
modest anil iinoblriiaivo piety which fill tho
heart with nil humnn charities, anil mikes n
I"1" K',,,ln "'' verc to hiiiiasir,
Is nu objecA nf tiniioreil love and venent-
li(in. !llt iallti1Jtf ,8, ,10 , f )WJWrr
' jt lg v, u1(,,,r lt. u )f
liate eanli B(, i,M,cri.. ' ,,,,
utxrtunn a,i lmc in piety ! they do
,,( rJ.-lW. (,, jnhulleil ; tl.ey lot e to tear
f,h niM, llllmjemc froln JnhAr oU
,uW imiy l)L, a MIM!loir flir ,h wreuhud
' ,)t.f, mrruLI An oW lH,,,.
n,ri 1U e,,llly , lU
,I1C, ,or,h ,vs, ltktnKU 8(d t,(, fQf n
Uoit-rtn pnttribo for him, whoofdiretl
bun t i take nn nuneo of brandy per day..
The 1 11 chap riveihnuhd Im onthiiietir
and found in thn labia of Apolbi-catie'
weight, "eight drarm inakn nne OHner."
Mm- V Mid ihe Hutrbnian. M Ml It
il, iMiiwriar. t,.,u f.., .... I .J.J
. Uke but u dram b.luic. now- I mu riwit
The eon.eqnence wni, ibat hi. complaint
rfJi 0(T maA touk- him ul, u
Poetry ii the flour of literature, pttw. u
thn eiirn. notafoea aiut niai ... , . .. il..
qutr.(rii , m it i the tnice and nenn
btten are tho honey and lugar h
taming reroi.iancii er the aw'
mji -.(Ex. paper
' A Freneh child el to s p
r ir it, mr twiner, irisi w
fn our daily bread, tnr -
'our brd for ami wcik, o. .
, i .nate him, illvtatrauof f
., power am) their na
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gi'. friei,' ti'. i
t'.ing the loan
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