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BR ATTLEBORO, Vt. WEDNESD.AY, FEBRUARY 18, 1852,
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for the M'inJIwm County iicmocrat.
Scene in the Boston Museum.
For the DcMocrtttt
nai-tlra of every dcsciiiitioti ? And with tlioso who
Ditrins my late visit to Uoston, 1 spent one evening ,mvc 1Qt ncccf.s ,0 ot(u,r COiMpaiiionslili, the pen is
nt the Museum, nnti was particularly interested with nn(Je ,ho lllcansol- comiiHinicntion.
the wax statuary, which occupied the entire length I1(jw ultc.y ;tnpossil)lu is it for a heart filled with
'of u largo hull on ono side, the figures arranged in joy t(j cosu itCf ngajns, it3 follows! shut up its
were made to represent,
cd a number of convicts in tho tetato's rrison. une . . , .,.,., bl.riicll ,0 itsef,
How bualilifiil tlie sentiniclit so gracefully express
ctl in these lines by Mary llowittt
Away with the ptcasure tliat Is not partaken 1
Tlrcro Is no enjoyment by one only U'eli !
t lnvc. hi my mirth, to teo Rhdncs nwakeii
Uu lips, nnu in eyes, mai reueci ii nguui.
Who will not
npTo hnt nil llin iv.irhl In dirt, rfilirn t IK! sail O 11C- i t.i I ... I
" .'vr. w ... , - , w.lllltl .IL'l'HIU II liuesiiuil.
ccssity fur companionshii in hours of mirth, by tho 0f his noble guests. It was generally believed tkjit
fondness for visiting, fumily gatherings, nnd social , he would not daro to deny w hat Kussia hacked ny
Massachusetts and Kossuth.
from tlio assaults nnd abominations of foreign sol
"No sooner was it known that Kossuth nnd his! .. 1'1'e following are tho speeches, in full, of Erastus
companions had thrown themselves upon tho com-J Hopkins, the rvprcsctitutivo of tho Massachusetts
passion of tho Turkish government, than every ex- Legislature, and Kossuth, at rittsburg, SCtli ult:
CniOIl WOS inline liy insula huh itussui m fci;i uiv
fugitives sefit back iigaiti, and delivered into tliu
hands of their victorious enemies. Threes nnd
ot Su.,cribe jo. H, with nil the hear,? P-nUns wereboth --n t-Mj
tho wWld, In fact, cfmec tho same lie- woll), tL.t.i(lu t.ueMioll) wlljc, involved the
While tho matter was in nrga-
to Mn. IIot'Kt.NS to Kossuth.
fiau. I'ofsutli : J mn directed by bis Excellency.
jv. of Massachusetts, to present to oil the uc-
'5 Jmyili? llcsolwi oflhe Legislature, inviting joli
Lt their Capital during the present lesion.
mutesolvo is, in fuel, no less than its terms, "in the
Va name and bilmlj'nflhc Pcoplcofthc Commonwealth."
Having with tins announcement delivered tnjnu
nn nnp Kiilo imp licurcs iimincd l l . , .. ip . rn...i ..i..,. n ones oi i u cuiiiiiue iuhu, l-uuui tiiiuiuiiuu nnu ......v.i.ij, ......
on one joy to close itself against its followsl-shut up MCUre he )rotcclin of the State, by abjuring bis , slant concurrence of he
3, according to tlio characters tl.cj ,inp)1,css wit,i,, i,scf, aM yet continue to enjoy as ,intiolm ruitH, mid professing tho religion of Hahom- newed applause 1 will i
cprcsent. The first group represent-1 tmc(j jo a plant deprived of light, it sickens and ct. This subterfuge- was now offered to thcllunga- brj oml the record mil)
' convicts in tho State's Prison. One . . , i,...,..., ,llriL.M i0 itself. ! lians. A time was fixed upon for them to give their i e nnot fail to bo consoiiii
of them, nn old innn, with silvery locks, apparently
'too feeble to luhor, wns occupied in reading n news
Ipilper. Another, who seemed stout and healthy,
was working at the forge; a third was shoe-making,
tiation, however, ti benevolent, but ilishonoilhlc the documents intrusted to my charge, I must bo
scheme was started by certain Turkish officers to 1 considered us having cxhntistcd my official functions
save the fugitives. Thcro was an old law, that an 1 Vet, Sir, having had tho honor of introducing the
ulien, fleeing from justice, nnd entering the the ter- llesolvo to tho Jcgislnturcol Massachusetts, Cheers
lilories of tlio Sublime Porte, could challenge and and witnessing with pleasure the unanimous and in
secure the protection of the State, by abjuring his slant concurrence of her 400 nepruscntalives, Ke-
vciiiurc to auii n lew worus
ly such words, however, as
fixed unon for them to eivc their c; iinot tail to bo consonant with the sentiments and
nnd a fourth, n poor little imy, sat mutely in a corner, (nn tQ myo
... .t.otenf In tl.n i,,-t,ncitinh lit tlirt mnnlitvllln lutt lii'fit'la nTllOr IlPnTllP. if!linnr.l
"Away will, the pleasure that is not partaken . (o j,,;,,,,,,,,,,,-,,. KosslIl sruthR cu. , Tho )cn)u f Massach.ifeits would have you ac-
say I. Why! even the babe in us cradle adds to our , ei,ratci utCr l0 ij0n 1'nbntMston, in which ho dc- cipt this act of her constitutional authorities, s no
!nv. hv rriiinuiur srn'il,. for smile. and miss in the I nrrilipti his rriiirnl caiuliiioii : nnd. ns n dviiii man. u'wutnint: compliment. Never in her history, us an
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corner, mirrinc back her satisfaction, is far belter , cnircuts 1110 jLiigusn immsier 10 suoy companion 10 nium.. .. ...... . hcuhk "ui' , l l":u1:"",1,l"1.r""' , ,v "l""'
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resolutions which 1 am now happy and proud to
hold in my hands. 1 thank you for the travels you
have, undertaken in bringing over to mc this solace;
and I thank you for the manner in which you bnvo
been pleated to deliver it to me. Applause. Jty
your words I have already foretastpd the soubinspir
im:. the heart elevating ilood' of that glorious well
which you pointed out in your eloquent speech, ami
out of which, before 1 leilvb the United States of
Amerirafil'will enrry hmno that Inspiration which Is
WiTiitcd to meet adversities and danger, and lo hope
success such as that was which accompanied in such
n glorious manner those struggles, the cradle ol
which is your City State. Sir, 1 will coino to Mas
sachusetts. I entreat your kindness to be pleased to
charge yourself w ith a written answer to those reso
lutions, which 1 feel it is my duty, with gratitude and
with reverence, to give.
Jlimgariamin loica.A correspondent oftho Uos-
ton Advertiser relates the nnnexed paragraph con
cerning tho Hungarian exiles, settled at Now Ihula,
in Iowa :
"In tho months of June and Jnlv, I surveyed a por
tion of tho public lauds in tho counties of Decatur
and Ringgold, in the South-west of Iowa; 1 thereby
r,...lninnt of nur ov. Ill deen cr of ",s ""); '"" ". "u, .,.,. ., . --r ""'r";" " .A V.r i " " , ."r.V a"V .y:,. " " . ' V, "B".
.1 1 f ",i ,.Pio,l tnnkini' sn unil and mle . V ' .... . few davs, be sealed. Allow me to rnaKo an nunlilo 01 respecr. in any oinui nnwi iu uiu iuiui jihi;jimi.hi. ( nvo sons, as aiso wnu mo rest 01 1110 liimgarians in
niiuiiBiiij"'-i" - - . mo lust impulse 01 most niinu sieaus 10 coiiceuimcni i pU,s01, rcqiicst. I am n man, my lord, preitncd or these United Slates. And even in tins present , that settlement.
I could not help thinking the heart must bo hard in- )ot sQ wim . l((J ,eart l)0unjs for pympotliy, ' to face the woist: and I can die with n freo lotk nt instance, much as she admires vour patriotism, your i J was treated with the most rordial hospitality by
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Jlut 1 alii also, my low, n , eloquence, yuiiriiiiiii iugiiuvuiuiiiiuBauuu z.uui,uL'uPiy mc uovcrnor nnu lamiiy, uuu icmauicu wnu ineiii
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.IhimI ilmt would not forgive- the young repentant I ... ., (U.i... .!... r ,...i r...!i. Iiphitm. ns I Imvn lived. 11
.rriminnl 1 felt that ho oucht not lo be there, and 1 1 r , . . ... ,, r :,: :, ivi,, 1 husband and a father. My poor, true-heaitcd fife, 'as she is moved by your plaintive appeals & suppli- some time; and had therefore nn opportunity ofgain
began mentally to make some plea in Ins Denaii. wko dlgpol,gatio of Providence! Were each heart
l'crhaps, thoilgl.t J, lie was homeless am. ir.e.i ness , i coiMi, f)W ,(( a lrcary worh,
that ho had no father to counsel him, no mother to wcru tjg i
uiv children, nnd my noble old mother, arc winder
ing uhont in Hungary. They will probably sooivfull
into the hands of those Austrians, w bo deliglii in
cations iu hehulfof jour native nnd oppressed land :
greatly as she is amazed at tho irrepressible elas
ticity with winch you rise irom unucr tue ncei oi
. , A IVove Tour.
A Corrcspoiideiit oftho Traveller gives the follow
ing account of his exploration of a salt nilno lit
t Just back froin the villagu of Hallein, mid lllieft
quarters of nrf hour's w.ilk to the top, is n hill called
nurrenberg, 1200 feet in height, which is almost ft
hill of salt. Hero aW eaft mines which have been
worked at hast 000 jtnrs, nnd the miners would
have us belieVo, wore even known nnd worked br
the lvomnn.s aoOO J enrs.ngo. Uy that as it (nay, ihrr
tiro galleries and exenvations to sneb an extent thtit
it would take two weeks to explore thorn. TUti
nunc is very inuch visited on account of the novelty
and easo ol'.desccnt, and because; tisittnti uio mJ-
uiiiiguu iu uatcuu again 10 mo open air, tho fiui(et
being at tlio foot of the mountain. We first obtain
ed a permit of the superintendent, and then climbed
up to the miner's house on tho sum.uiit. The work"
men had just been taking their nooning, and ua wo
were sitting in the office, they nil came iu and Mood
up around tlio room to answer to the roll-mil, and
then to take part hi n long prayer, principally to tho
Virgin Mary, which the oflicer repeated.
There was something solemn iu lluso exercises.
Hero were ult the miners engaged in devotional ex
ercises, previous to returning to thoit; ufieniooii In
bors, thus keeping fresh in mind the cotitut danger
of their employment.' They never know but that at
any moment the galleries might full in and thus take
them suddenly liom life. The services qver, vvtf
vvero provided with a inining-cliess, a pair of over
hauls, n coat, u stout cap, nnd' a buckskin glove for
tho right hand, and a lamp for the led, including a
thick leather apron, fastened on behind; Ladies ns-t
Tin. niPi-i-v Imiuli nnd o.iv innps that now 1 torturing leehle nge, nnd with whom, tho mnoeilicc oppression, wnu loiiiuiuu iin-n-iisou unuui-siiiicruigK, no socmen m nave no semsii leciiug oi regrci,
i...i. :..i .. c,i,,,c il.r. 1, .rnnflciiiil. ' . . I nf rliilill.onil ia no nrotection airainst iierseciitiins. ' and with assurance growing stronKer ns the (larUncss I for tho nccuiiiarv losses ho had sustained in the Hun
uw ,.r - .v. ... . mp(lo.ltolln..lieC0,d constitute our cl.iet happiness (l.ecauso vvo are nap- , eonjlll. .,. Rucllcy i the name of the A(ost ' grows deeper, cheecrs, still it is not one or all of i ,,,,-ian struggle ; hut onlyaspi.it of indignation nt
iliess unit nttcciiou,nutimusuiniLii uui iqiun i 1. t .() j)r0j,orton ns wo M0 otlc,.s happy) would be jl( t0 pt a lop t0 t,csc cruellies, by your paw- these qualities combined that can lead her to swerve 1 what he considered the triumph or despotism. His
charily of the world, it was not strange that ho had , ,n ear, ijU svm.,.,tCtjc iL.ar would no longer , erhil mediation, nnd especially toaflbrd my wife ,iud , from her dignity us a fieo and independent Slate, lo whole aim seemed to be to establiah his family and
ifullcn into temptation. Necessity, perhaps, first in- , . n Iovull ... ,a -i.,., ror coud wo ask I children nn nsylum on the soil of the generous Rn- the mere woislnp ot man. Applause. INo. Hut it fnends in that sctlleinont ; nnd he appeared to feel
... .. i.n .1 i. 1 o uu uiu . , , ,. , 11i , : .P,1Sn slii! viuivs von us ll l u udvocute and nrovi- 1 liiniKiilf nml Irinil In innko nil ihii rpst that !t was
dential reprctcutnt'ne of certain great principles I the very best location they could have made.
ivhich constitute her own vitality ns a Slate, be-, Ho was-untirjnj: jnjt.is industry to open a farm,
injr an intimate knowledge of their manners und hub-
its. The Governor, then perhaps 05 years old, was '
ns active, industrious and hopeful ns many men of biiuio tho sumo costume, and cut the most comical
duccd him to commit some petty theft, and then he EV.tnnnl,,v OMP .. of ,lloso :M ,vhom ., cnu.i ' glish people."
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jiasscd on to gremer crimes, uu uCu Ui .u, UQt collfiJa our happiness?
ifound a huiuo m lirison, where ho will doubtless
'learn other lessons in vice from his seniors in crime,
"with whom he will bo compelled to associate. If j
womc plan could be devised by which ull poor young
children should be educated, and then engaged iu
some useful employment, they might become bles
sings to themselves and the world, and there would
bo fewer convicts in penitentiaries and prisons. In
deed, 1 believe it would cost each Mate in tho Uniou
far less in the end.
The next group represented a family in the first
Mage of intemperance. A 'gentleman and lady .in
r.hc prime of life were sitting by a smull table dis
cussing the merits of a glass of wine. They had
two beautiful little children, a son and daughter, and
were evidently people of fashion, who moved iu the
high circles of sociotj
The next group represented the same characters,
yet they had fallen sadly from their high station
The husband's countenance bore stron
clad, pale and cure-worn, as if they were obliged to
toil incessantly for a scanty subsistence, mid tho son,
with a sad countenance, appeared to have just re
turned from uu unsuccessful attempt to gam a few ,
pennies by selling matches. The third und last was '
u heart-rending tragedy. The husband bad returned
"Tho day at length arrived. Tho Hungarians
I were brought out hy n Hukisli oilicer, wheio tin,
All ! no. Joy, gratitude, rove, friendship, ml all could ..lam! in each'othci's presciu'e.'and where sU vimvs jon n the leptscnt.ttiyo of human j and to get siiirlciei.t of it culUvntad for the support
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UAII1IIDIU U UIIU IIUIUUI Ull lllll HI IltlVU I H II llllUlli;!! ." ... .. . i . . . . . . ... ....
their sister blessings, would bo unknown : cold con
vciitionalisin would take the place of free social in
tercourse ; family ties becomo frail, and even irk
some, and our life would it not becomo weary ?
Would not death, annihilation, anything that could
rclcnso us from such an existence, be welcome? Oh!
then let us prize the blessings of sympathy, and free
ly give even as we would receive. 11. C. C.
Hungary and Kossuth.
A TIiniLL.l.Nl SKETCH.
The following extracts from " Hungary and Kos
suth," by 11. T. Tart, D. D., will bo read with pecu
liar interest at this present moment:
" Having made all his arrangements with the Rus
sians, and with a sufficient number of his own min
ions. Arthur Gorgev, as Dictator of the Hungarian
nation: on tho lilth of August, 181!), nt the village of
marks of, Uoros Jeuo, near Vilagos, surrendered his person,
the wife nnd daughter were poorly his army, and the liberty and independence ol lus
coillliry nnu im; ii.uiu.-i wi inusv ,..., .... ,1... ....-
tired years had been bent on accomplishing its de
struction. "The scene oftho surrender beggars all descrip
tion. An eye witness, in giving somo account of it
to the Allgcmeinc Zeitung, the great German paper,
exhausts the exubciiiut vocabulary of his language
in tlio irmtiess euori; "Aiicr i wouiiii uiy vrsy
othu cause of freedom she is not iusonsible, nnil field, und 1 witnessed them day after day hocina com,
upon the company. iU.iny ol the poor ugitives, it 1 is uccauso miu viua j. r- - ,,., ,
,. list be conned loved life to well to stand against , Covcrnor of a people whoso past I1.st.-17 and whoso and accomplished ladies w ho show ed uni h
powerful temptation. The great Hen. himself' who I recent deeds show her to ho worthy o some better by their intelligence n.id the elega. e.
was a soldier 'siuq.lv, .enounced the need of his fa- ' futuiu than that oflius.iau tyranny and Austrian op- e.-s, that they had received ho very 1 es cduca . n,
thers, and became a follower of the Prophet. Kos-1 1-ression, that she seeks to welcome you to her hor- and that they had bee ve e
sutli was called on lust. His renlv mav well go down ucrn ; that she .eeks to attest to a gazing world that highest rank of a refined society, woike da y , tl
to posterity as 11 sublime response : " My answer,"
said tho christian patriot, " does not admit of hesita
tion, llctwccn death und shame the choice can
neither be dubious or difficult. Governor of Hun
gary, and elected to that high place by the confidence
of fifteen millions of my countyineu, 1 know well
what 1 owe to my country, even in exile. Even as
a private individual, I have an honourable path to
pursue. Though once the Governor of a generous
people, I leave no inheritance to my children. They
shall, at least, bear an unsullied name. God's will
bo done. 1 am prepared to dio !" '
nit to tho oppression of tyrants she is not indiffer
ent. IGrcnt uppiutiscj
It is well, sir, that your feet have not yet pressed
ittie soil of Massachusetts. It is well that you landed
dsewhere that you have suiveyeu uiu most pros
'icrous portions oftho Atlantic coast; that you have
ftirniounted tho formidnblo Alleghanies, and planted
our feet in the confines of Ibis great valley. It is
'.lell that you should comprehend its vast extent ;
hat von should tloat down tnc&o miguiy streams,
On remonstrating with theni nn the unsuitahlcncss
of such labor, they candidly replied that they had
nothing clsu to depend on but their industry, and
that they wore willing to exert it. That amiable wo
man tho Governor's wife, died since, nnd no doubt
this bereavement lias cast a deep gloom on the pros
pects of that family.
Every Hungarian in that settlement manifested
the same industry, nnd seemed to look for, or expect
no lavors, save uiosu nuicu iu mi iu wj
.aid survey these mighty valleys that when your .j settler and citizen who labors to make a homo on tho
uiil lias become expanuuu uy uictu eluih, mm puuiiu ihjuiuiu
.honjilin fit nf intoxication some alternation had
ensued, blows had succeeded words', arid the bleed
ving, lifeless form of the wife was lying on the floor
'by the side or the broken bottle. Her poor old fu
thor was bending over her in speechless agony, the
children seemed frnn.tic with despair, and a police
man, with a stern look and a firm grasp, had laid his
hands on the brutal husband, ready to bear him away
to prison. Said the friend who was with mc, "1 wish
J. could sec that !" A far more cll'ective lesson would
it be to tho intemperate than the most eloquent ser
mon or lecture
What Kossullt Does. 'ratified bv tho Irce institutions wiucn uuorn ami
.,, ,. ... . , , , ! ,lcss them then, and not till then, should you turn
b.nce Kossuth-s arrival m tins country 1.0 has done ymr foogt0J
on a holy pilgrimage lo tho spot where
a most unitizing amount of work at speech-inakiug "111cricn11 liberty had its birth. Anplaiise. Its
and' receiving visitors. Vet this is hy no means all embyro slumbered in the souls of those illustrious
ho has dune. A NewYo.k Correspondent of tho nnd highly accomplished. Puritan exiles when with
... 1 . 1, . . 1 c , religion for their handmaid, they set foot on tho rock
Woonsocket Patriot, speaking oi him, says : r fMvillonth, and encountered the stern rigors of a
"People out of New York, and n great many in ' osv England Winter. Applause. Their first born
New Yoik, know nothing nbout his indefatigable la-1 ci,jMi was popular Education. Applause.l Their
bors, the comprehensiveness of his plans, anil thu 1 ,,'Cp0m was popular Freedom. Great applause.
thoroughness with which they are carried out to the 1 j., ,,i,t words can tho history of any Commonwealth
imnlltpst iIkIm'iIm. tin kp.RIIK 1 1 154 fpllnil' nvibj fnn. T . .t n...K1nnnnil nn tti tlmui. tlirpi. ivnr.la.
nlomr." say thu. writer, "with 11 great deal, of iron, . jf-,-i -r-V -rJ - . p 't VZt T- -ft-v-r r, T-t'm .
uic, 1 reactifc.1 a ou.-u 1 Jr "- i served hi all their intercourse. Each tnuii hflA bis 1 ,;aUoii Freedom ? Applause.! Herd, sir, is u tri-
llin 111 1110 place. nuuu 11s 1 uiiiuiiu, 1 o.... ...v. imiy lieiaiicu to nun, uuu uvci j msm uu uiusi 11,11111
Russian Communder-in-chief and Gorgej, who for , w ritten report to Kossuth of his labors during
forty-eight hours had been Dictator 01 Hungary, no tiu day
was dressed iu his simple but romantic costume, ii'Pho illustrious Magyar entertains the most un-
Inlor for tho world. TAnplausc.l
Such, pre-eminently such, is tho recortl of Massa-
I chusetts. One word only need be added to bring
which differed much from that of the general staff, bounded icspect and admiration for the' people oftho I
who stood around him. in a ugni nrowii mouse, jjnited States lor their iinliring, irrepressible cner-
Tho question is often asked of what material tho
beautiful fancy articles, which have been recently
imported and" sold under the liamo of Parian nro
composed. Iu a late letter by Michael Chevalier,
published in tho Courrie.r uos wans unis, no tie
scribes this and some other kinds of porcelain. Wo
quote the following from his letter:
"For Porcelain, properly so called, tho hard white
pottery with transparent glazing, composed princi
pally of Kaolin, with a ghVmg of Feldspar, France
basthe advantage over England and 11U Europe.-
the county of Wales mako but Ilftle of this ware. ;
The porcelain manufactories of Limoges produce it
at a very low price, and their cheap articles are not
wanting in good taste. The house of Jouhupucniid,
of Vulois, und some others engaged in tins manufac
ture, export great quantities of it into the few coun
ties where it is not subject to ad excessive duty.
The United Stains at this time receive masses oftho
Limoges porcelain. Hut for the h'110 pottery, of
which the pipe clay, formerly so highly esteemed, is
figure, lllooiucrifos are not rcrpiired to make any
change, as the lastonmg on ol the leather apron com
pletes their costume. All arrangements being com
pleted, wo started upon the exploration. Wo walked
at first 3000 feet through a gallery .which was walled
up a great part of the distance; then camo to our
find inclined plane, which was ab.out U10 feet long.
Two" smooth poles, inclining at an auglo of -15 de
grees, arc pjaccd flido hy side, nbout a foot apnrt. 1
You sit down on your h-lither npron will your foot,
tln. j-arvfftU. GUUII ., WUtt nt III1 llllVlliph
serves us u balustrade, ami by slackcnmg.yoiir hold,
so as to allow it to slip through your gloved hntidt
awity j'ou go; (iko a shot, or slow as you choose, until
you fetch up at the bottom. ThcjMiisation of findi
ing yourself descending into a dark uhj', without
being able to see its bottom, and by this novel modp
nf lot-ninntion. mav lie set down ua decidetllV Decdr
iiar. Wo walked through n scco'litl gallery !)6'0 feet,
and then camo to another slido; anil thus it alterna
ted u. long walk and, a slide. Fur ilown into thu,
bowels ol the mountain is an artificial lake, which
we crossed in a ferry boat, and which was illumina
ted on all sides for our benefit. These artificial lakes
arc filled with fresh water, and the rock' wilt and
earth is dissolved in them until the water contains ti
sufficiency of salt when it is conducted off 111 oga
to thu vallej-, and evaporated. At tho bottom of all
the descents vvo were to make, wo camo to.an adit
level about a mile in length, and perfectly straight.
Here, a wooden horso with two men fofo and aft tq
propel it, stands ready for us to mount. We went
nt first n litllo slow, until we reached a point from
which vvo could see the opening. Tho first appear
ance of light at this great distance is precisely Ijko n
brilliant star. And now the runners attached to out1
horse put on extra speed) und nway vvo fairly flew
ilimiiwh thd narrow naasugC This fearful speed
tluongl.l a spano barely large, enough to ntluilt Of your
passing vvilh'put tbuc'liing top oi- sides, vvas ciougli
to occasion very decided feelings of all-overishness in
a novitiate. It did not last long ; tho milo was run
in n remarkably short space oi;tiftie,nud wc sliotout
r-iiivwitvrtrlnw itio tln7.rll!ij lijbt, opening Mid
slilithng Ollr ojes like fco ulaliy ows, and tonkifig;
mora laughable thnu ever in our singular costume;
Wo explored iu all only about 18,000 feet of thrj
Scf.ke at an Executiox. At Chalons iu Franco
a few mouths biuee, Joseph Moiitcliarliiolmt, convic
ted of double (iiijrdcr, was bbhieutlcd',Ji tio great
market-place, in tho presence of a great contoured
of people, but not without thifbh difficulty; Wheii
her history to tho present hour, ami that is but a
corrollarv of the former 1 mean prosperity. As
il,n ..,.., ..I nioiv fitii-i-pvK lini Iini'dors. numbers hpr
with a golden couar, l ining uuuw, it-uumug 1.11 uuu.u f.y)tiieiriJOimuiessrcsources,uieiriuc.uausiiiiie leriu- people, counts their wealth, ho nuns a new lact
the knees, a round black bat, surrounded with a vva-, jiyc.f invention, and their superior skill iu useful arts. u(i.ic(i t0 il0 nroofof ages "Never have 1 seen tho
I ving white feather, he was joking with a heautilul i01. ,ocs , permit his admiration to rest m mglo- ,.ic,tUous forsaken, nor his seed begging their bread."
I young girl, into whose car he was whispering flat-1 r:0U3 passiveness. Ho has endeavored to possess! ' ,avo said, sir, that Massachusetts is the birth
j tering nonsense. The general staff' floated nround ,imsct; ns fur as possible, ofour inventions and im-1 pace 0f American liberty. When, then, you havo
him, their splendor and magnificence recalling tho provemenls. His aids havo been constantly employ- sco ,IC fu 6tnturo with which she fills these vast
I times of Hunnyadi and Zrioi. Every one was dies-, ,,,( ;,, gaining ull possible inforination from our ship- valleys anil stretches herself over these mighty nioiin-
ri. Cn,.,n liwlinn irnitndips. but I did not ' sed in his most elegant unilorm, as 11 or a icsuva . hudders. machinists, engineers, and manulacturers. , ,i,ls. Coino to our little nursery, so reined from the
iiisiu b.,.v - - d .... 1 1. r.. 1 . 1.:.. !:..,... t ,nit .... . ... ? r. , 1 :.. ' .. . . .1 .7. m 1 iu.jj 1
las, with heavy gold trimmings, hats with waving riCS aj take notes and make drawings of every- wj y0u tho cradle where she was rocked. fa,iy of Wedgwood, those of Mr Minion, and others put mlo a cart. Arriving al
feathers on their heads, moulded on fiery horses, ,mI, Importance, which are carefully put uwuy Applause. Come, sir, and we will show you the , Staffordshire, and some others near Worcester. ! ,',ltu; , ss' , "ttL,"l
galloping to nnd fro, formed a group ns warlike as for future use. holy spot w here the first baptismal blood of the Itevo- 'Mr Wedgwood follows pcrhups too faithfully tho Montcliaiinouiit then turiie
the luncj' 01 n paiuiei- tuuui mmuui..
In ihii midst of this, a general commotion soon
l ... ' . .. .. ... . . . . . - 1
the lowest round of the ladder, England lakes, the ' c','cu "l' ",0 o"lin. wno to. mm no must
. , di.. ; ! c.i.!.. i.;...i -nrchnro to die ill a few hours, l!o tittered dreadlul
leau. IOI1U LUI 1 ICS uu 11 iiiuuiiiui;iLii u ui una iiiuu, uiu . r- . . . , - , ,
. . ...... ... ... n.-.r. A- t.,iiirnint imiib nml fclvnrn flint Im iifi-pr ivnnlit
roiniiositioii ol which is much varied, lis materia s r". ...........
l.inU v..,rio..Hlv comnouiulLMl. This manufaeture is dragged to the scatlold. W lien the nmcers ol jus-
noticc them in particular. A group of pretty girls
jit work in a milliner's shop, were life-like and natu
ral. The most interesting scenes represented chur--actcrs
in Sacred History. There was Joseph nnd
Mary, where they found the young child Jesus, dis
.imfim. ivil Ii the learned doctors in the temple. "All
J a - -
tho Father" beamed in tho manly countenance or
Joseph. Mary was very beautiful, with a sweet mat
ronly face, and both were gazing with surprise and
.admiration at tho young Immaliuel, as he stood calm
I being variously compounded.
wo . lisbmcnls. among which
l.uiiiwutniiii.ti. xi. to iiiuuiui.iii,i. la . 1 1 I ll ll
concentrated iu a moderate number of gigantic cstab-; -'ce arnvcu, ins ....or was oui.uu.ieu, miu i.e. cum:..
ng which I vvilll mention those of the i" fu"e.i..u.. Bi.Kfi. ? ,.,u..t-u
ill I iv 111 ut fin; cwuiiini 1, 1 uu o11"' iia
ritctl to inuKo him mount.
turned upon them and fallowed
1 "One example will show how Kossuth attends to lltiol,was sprinkled upon her consecrated head, the traditions Tof his father, 11 man of great skill, who fiS'' He was repulsed, and ob iged I., f y to the tod
theto matters. You have ol course heard ol WicK- .... ...pround where Washington first unsheathed bis 1 in mnt ndvanccs in the art. and whoso name is 91 11,0 ' "u j"u "
took nlace. Gorgev had thrown Inuisell on Ins horse, crsham's lion Hailing works, where wrought iron
He was followed by his glittering suite. It vvas the 1 ,.0js one-fourth of 1111 inch or less in thickneis, arc
last act in the drama of the Magyar war. Onty n , worc u,t0 elegant patterns of railing nnd grating;
soldier's heart can comprehend the feeling with which can bu furnished us cheaply as thouglrmrfile
which a warrior is parted lrom lus urms. iviany 0fHOod. This railing is used to enclose public unit
seemed torn in helpless ugonj'.
limited 11 parting kiss on the
Others wept us they
cold steel. A great
lv di'DUting with the gravo doctors, his sunny locks number shrieked with rngo to be led ngaiust the
J 1 0 . . ... I .1 .l.n.. l.n c..il.it.,f tn ,1iib ill-.n'.-iPi. I
llowiii" n graceful cur s around us youthlul mow, ' enemy rniuc. ...... . 7 " ,"
jioiviii0 in f,iin--iui j . officers and men throw themselves into
nnd his countenance beaming with tho radiance ol umlS)Iuul soj,i,in? bid each other along
heaven. j farewell. Others raved aguinst their ollieers, und
Another sccno was tho last supper. Jesus was accused them of selfishness. No pen can describe
sitting at the table with his disciples around him, and , the wo the despa r, vv. ue ei. u
private grounds, or lor winnow guarus, imicoiues,
verandas, hanislers, and everything of tho kind.
Kossuth, it appears, heard of these works ; und wish
ing to know whether iron could bo thus woven like
ftvvo d in her defense, applause, und the Ibriifica- Uown in the two hemispheres, for his ware spreads , '' guards and execnt.oners lor severa hours 110
iions which he first erected for her ei.trenehmetit. ! p.-ofusoly to the great satisfaction of fh'o public every- hen called upon the crowd to rose, o !....., but they
From the windows ami balconies of the LcgWativo ' where, with the exception of France, where a law heeded h.m not. S ones were hurled at Inn., somo
Hall, whence this invitation has emanated, these j lmle i the time of war, that of Itrumaro V., which 1 f V iicli Wounded bun badly, but ho retained his
spots can bo seen. Applause. -ltS slil j full rigor 0.1 this point, forbids its entrance, ' position, cov ered with blood. I iiially. In oxecu-
1 . . . . , ..J 1 11 , ' B ... ttnnprti p.'inttlilntpil nnd nnrppil III Inlcu linn Iiaek 1.-
Uome, llicn, ami sianu nmiii uieso iiaiiowru scenes UVcii us a pattern. At this tune nt tlio potteries 01 , ' . 0 : : " .. . r. "
.1. itu,.. ... .1...!,. ctim.t ,.i, . 11. nr.i ...1 .1 -..1 1.... ,..... .,.r gain. lo ucsceniieu, was put 11110 1110 .can, unu re-
till it Meuls through every fibre and breaks up every , uhmil ufo sumo models as those used hy his father. , convcjtd to prison, where agau.at 1,.3 owl, s ispi
fouu.ain of your soul, Drink will, .is of these first , This paste is a mixture of plastic clay und feldspar. , c-ous, he was suddenly bo u . d, a id ,ga l ake to
yarn, and som nt prices so cueap as uimosi 10 surpass , well-springs ot Ainerican liberty, an. 1 you wm nnu AirMintoii ulso inanulactiires lauey articles, which t , 1 --- - - j r . 1 " V 'h
belief, ho sent half-a-dozen of his men to examine 1 lcm 'stiH gushing and pure ! Applause. Ah, sir, advantageously take the place of our biscuit. They I t,,,ic- ,.Ilc w"s Jram?! "I' 1 l0. bXsiVy "lu '.irold;
Mr. Wiekersham's establishment, ml it proved of , is 110t fitting that your last pilgrimage iu this land , i,avo ti, yellowish tone of ivory, and its soft appear- struggling nil the while, und in it lew minutes hi
sufficient importance to muku detailed druwiugyMJjiouhi t,0 10 such a place that us you emhaik for 1 unCe. Thcso nro the articles so highly iu favor i.ow bead vvas severed Horn lus uouj, aim 1110 iuv. tiuui-
tho maclimery. llio Hungarians cnueuui ine iitcio- . ,u qk World, your parting uct should Ue to drniK under, the naino ol "P.uian Paste." It is pure lelds- tu"-"- ,
klintilicir horses: and they, who would rv l.iki Wpiliipsilnv. nnd executed their work ill such nt il. ,nn.i linllnvvpil riniiiininM nf ihn IVpiv ? rni-r?nt
have lost a' limb without a groan, sobbed like clnl- u thorough manner, that Kossuth will be able, if bo applause. Sir, Massachusetts will welcome you.
drum Gorgoy rodo round, proud, and immovable as pcngeS) to start a similar establishment in Hungary, J glc ;s the descendant of illustrious exiles, who, llee
a marble statue of Mara ; and it was only now and a-lt.r IU bmu ,.tvo disposed of Austria and Russia. from opprcKsiou in the Old World, sought free
then that his ringing, metallic voice was heard, ex- These Hungarians are splendid draughtsmen, and in the New. Her past history, her fillial piety,
honing tho soldiers to make haste." , they work with astonishing rapidity. They readily 1 ,ids you vveleomo as an exile. Applause. Herself
Alas! alas! that the onagratn of Frederick, and comprehend machinery, and iu fact almost every- the first in legal resistance to illegal ucts, in consti
tbc long fostered purpose of tho despotic house ol They could no't comprehend, however, how tulioual resistunco to unconstitutional oppression,
ilm llnnsburnhs. should be at last fulfilled ibruugh iii, Wickersham can sell iron fence five feet high at! hmv ran kIio do oiharwisc than vveleomo those who
CiinisruN Statesmvn. Dr. Cbanniiig has the treachery of a Hungarian soldier! Hut, from the ollo dollar a rod; they were lourteous, but begged to f0ow in her footsteps! Cheers. Prospered al-
iustant of the treason, the cnrscs ol the world aro uo allowed to disbelieve that. ! most without u parallel, as she has hcen under the
lie louowmg porirau 01 u iu.u ..luitpmu... ,lnnn ,i, trniior. I lie curses 01 111a uwn i unstn
John, the beloved, was leaning on his bosom. At
the farther end of tho hall, in a shadowy recess, was
the scene of tho crucifiction. Wo left the place with
u feeling of regret that wo could give but n glance
ut the scenes which most interested our feelings.
par. uo ulso inanuiueiurcs 1110 lenuor porcelain, uu Caution to Patients. Wo have just witnessed
articlo which bus the precious advantage of receiving t)l0 lI(,am r c,j(1 :1( onr neighborhood by ccnvul
painting better, but is subject to tho inconvetiipnco ; s;0nS caSed by eating raisins. This is no unfroni-
ol having the iigures less duruhle. J lus manuiac-' nlnn ccurrence. Dr. Dewees. ui his work on tho
left us the followin
upon the trniior. The curses ot Ins own conscience
1 All .1 I...I!.,!,...!. toilli llin ilid.
..... v . 1 .r .. ...... : ... nn ilm nrn iinnil Mill. All tlieSU UU
llio ur uniy o, u --- ' " r " n Hirl.teous God.nre now upon tho ...an
m?ni " .i T. !. : .: "? . r,,S um r,, himself .. .on his rind, sold his
imfiili-iit i-iiii rcnair: nor should unv snlendor of ser
vices, or any momentary success, avert from hun
tlio infuniy which he has earned. Let public, men
think more reverently of their functions. Let them
feel that they are touching more vital interests than
n.nertv. Let them fear nothing so much as to sap
country to ils oppressors; when, ny one spienuiu
action," by one patriotic effort, by one crowning vic
tory, such as the one hundred thousand soldiers at
Szegcdin were panting for, he could have annihila
ted the armies of tlie invasion, bid defiance to the
"Thus it will be seen that Kossuth is determined 1 M,iies ofn kind Providence, she can give but a poor
to entry away as much useful information us possi- account of her stewardship unless her institutions of
ble. such a mail deserves success, uuu uiu cuuu.rjr Kehgion, 01 education, 01 riiiiumiuopy, 01 rieeooiii,
that can grow such men deserves to bo free. j can afford most valuable instruction to all who seek
I to found new States, or, like yourself, to regenerate
Gorgev and the Uecoareii Soldiers of Hun- n)u revjvo thoso that are old. Applause.
oaiiy, I give one instance, iu an occurrence which , j seak of her institutions ot Freedoifl. I mean
. I ... .1 t.. !.. I.-l I. . ... IP..... Ilr... . . . .. . ...I . !
ua nnciieu 1.1 uiu s u ing, in iviuui.-ii.iiii. -.""""- 1, er distinct municuulities. mere is 110 ccmraiiza-
tine, which has been systematically abandoned at 1 nilvAji.ni nmi mental treatment of children, (a book
Sevres for a long lime, is about to bo resinned mere, .vllic, pnrcut& should own) mentions the death of
to satisfy the public wish.' j ,ja,0 children from the samu cause, and remarks that
Hemarkauix CASE.-T., blowing cxtraordina-' ,Z ofom1"! t
ry occurrence is ..u.aucu 11. u iu.u uuuiuui ui xvuia- j
ton (Ky.) Kepubhcaii :
collect some tune since me ileum, ot 11 cmiii 111 con
vulsions, caused by eating bits of hark and shreds bf
On tho 28th ult., n negro woman belonging to Mr. wool which it had picked up 111 creeping around tho
J. Ilarpending, of this county, got lost in tho wood3. room on 1110 carpet, u ncu n un, unrit, corn, or woui
Mr. H. thinking sho had been stolen, offered a re- lrom tue carpet or uiaiiKei, ur any 111. iges.imu suu
ward for her. He heard nothing oriieruntil tho 11th stance, in small quantities, causes much suffering
inst., when some boys who were hunting found her, 1 und in considerable quantities' is almost cerium by
apparently dead. They returned and informed somo ' obstructing the passago o the bowels, to product!
gentlemeii of the fact. Mr. 11. W. Ilarpending, E. ' convulsions and death. lloslon lravelhr.
veils, common soldiers, were returning from thu reg-, ,ion ,cro Distributed into iiH cities and town- orga, and one or two others, went 111 sciucii i u T)io lfaRc .n men n)J ,omcll scclls ,0 10 njtu
. uu. mill luuiiu iiti u.,..wo. ... Snnl 1 net nnw. '1 III I.'iiVRttCVI u I IN.
Austrian despot, and given permanent liberty nnd jmi!Ht in Italy iu which they had been drafted, to Bil)S ;t -ls , ,ic6e ,y lcl- literully tlemocraiic ns-
!l:n.. rtP l.lu nnnl.v,nn !.l...tl .... P.. ..)...... ' PI. I ... .1 1 ........... n.. n. ...It .. . .. . ..I .1..
T . . . . i . ' :i:.., fidoo.. n, nns nf
unejorai coiiviu., v.. o u. , -j ,i,ivat0 j,, ! Or, if instead of achieving such a triumph, Ho was IO bu ablo to reach Klagcnlurt, ami they were utter- 01 o Central
Ulsiu.iuil rf it uiiibii iuini. - i .i.: (l ,, h,., nt im
(themselves tho spirit of reli
...rli'iiiitriiiRit tn tlin riiniiiuiiitv
.. !..,.,. n.l,,,. ilw.m in ilm infi-nptlnn of nnv moral
'"-i - - ! tliey at last rcsoiveu to neg. uno said lie cot'iu 1101 1 :, .., i,,vCS.
. i V ntinar-nt destined to fall on the field of battle, and to close bis y nt n loss what to
gioii. ioi no 1 1 - subjugated country, ho could at least have everything, and wit
iSton Kv Srui done this, atd died the death ofn Leonidas or a Thugh X sorely c
....... 'ri... r... ii.. n n i
millions of liis coiinlrymen. ! tleir homes on furlough. They had just pay enough gcttibhigcs, that her Government is chiefly carried supposing ol courso that slic i was ueau, ono o i l 0)Scrve,. ,netions an auction sale iu Edgecomb Qn.,
a triumph, Ho vvas IO bu ablo to reach Klagcnfurt, ami they were utter- 0, No Central Government established and pat- Pu"y sln"c" 10 K"-1 l,MU ""..,' ut which "negro men sold at fmin ?1,000 to 91,500,
to do iua strange town, stripped ot ,.0uiZc8 our -1000 public hchonls. No Central Go- ? " ". " ' V none at less than SI.OOp, and wbnici. at from 000
itliout any means 01 raising nmiioy. vorliment levies our taxes to fill her coffers anil teed 'B ,u , " -.... " " " ""r to ?S00." According to the same authority iuj pie-
offended their lliiiigarian pride, nm4:,PS. p.,,, mwn nroviilns for itself-levies c1 l,ul w"'' '".s wl.lc" ?- "slnl ,!," Lllt b" rn r ,1,5. .cclinr' kind of properly were dispoed
l.i 1 . 1 1 -.. 1 11 t ' - . . . . ,. . 1 o ii u mrvnx lioi ltniiil. A ilm MIHllV I II if 11IO IJSIlIll " . .... . ' i . 1. nl
..0f .-. " ", ...wrii, ftr Itiirrnczv. icy ni iusi rcsoiveu w uug, who smu mc cot-iu uui , :a ow, taxcs uustmns its own sc too s, cs at) is ics ' D,,,"J r -w " .-, 6r ut Unit so u. J no AiiUfiH lua.) uiimiuihumuhju
Haw. Let the... put fail . . "T" ML bv u m Immediately upon the perpetration of this deed begin, and the other offered to commence by trying ' ' uicipal r. g.da.ions ; and iu each and nil remedies she recovered suff.c.cn )y "y 81 , '.'"that notwithstanding the .iglltness or tlio mon-
uations. "" d ,Mny it iu a coffee-house nearby. Tho ve;y first gentle- - 1CS0 ncls jj independent of every other. The the.m Sho stated that she Im. not eaten ordrauk cmrket, ,!l0 price of negroes in eorg a, as else
W ,11 success in . pr ght exer fp' Kvo Zt 1 of the men nnrl eeveral of the officers, ended their man whom bo usked, gave bin. several silver zwan- c iu"e 0r lS.lticti and or freedom is thus reposed unytliinff .bu snow since she eft ho , a d li d ' So.ul.. continues to rule high. At tho
her that, vyh.lo hey an, J he .1 cotom po a .es , I,; 0 but , o 1 ,e ""J e jng p1-l0, l0 their foreheads. 2jge. Surprised ut such overflowing generosity, , ,l0 ,inn(,3 alld ,,carls 0f,hc people. Ueposed, did a " '' ",Cfl-'.' ' , wlo ut Louisville, (Gn.) on Tuesday, of the negroes
for a day, he State is to ho for i.gcs ; and itatJMiu,, , 0'"VXnon their iwonl'. r I'fcrecil their hearts be went out and showed UU gains to his comrade, X'? N, sir ; it is because of those hearts and When she left homo she was ery fle. iy,bn vv he 1 w utQ fjCuniuj-lia,,,, En., ono hun.lre.l
11....; ! with the Magyar Btillelto. 1 endre. , wUocom- , to d Mm to go m i.nd try, lor . he, bad M.uiids that Freedom and Education Imvono.reposo . . ; P f -and thir.ytvvo in number, they broug it in cad
! .."inil..Vi.0wero nnd philanthropy, panics, rather than fall into 11.0 11a. m. u, .ne.r ...ur- ICK, ,,c.r uegguig wo.., ..u m ... i .uHirr-, nro pglled to the most active aim vigorous -
fpr s he r clVuni und reiHta y fb ovvs tl eft ' cilcss oppressors, burst through the e.ncampment, went .... and came out soon joyfully w ill. his zwnn- .vauce...ent 1 . p I 1 nEt.ANP.-Tho Dublin Evening Mail contains the
S S flvingto tho high hills, and deep gorges orthcjinoun- z,BCrB i,ey vycru countiiig then- gains, vyl.cn a 'tIio aggregaio .ccei.ts and disbursements of our following: "An edict similar to that which has cans-
monitions, amidst g-neral dis.ojt.lt, -nd corruption. , i t tcrm;,lt0 ,heil. sorrows by starvation. Kos-. Kelluer, hapieni..g to step out, asked them if they ,it0 Democratic organizations are some four or five 1 ' ,Scli domestic and social unhappiness iu llel-
AlmtP nil it U ever to keen ininind tbnt. iof bii ' suth, the spotless patriot, but now a private citizen , Knevv wno 11 was who mm neon u Ke. u.mis iu ..... ... times ,urgc. ,,, tlOSo 01 our state i reus ry. ir WB8 promulgateil yesterday Sunday iu niaiiy
AUovc nii.ii is ever 10 hotp ... .' '!". ir...i. a.o nn 1 nmtnr nnd Mniosniim Kossuth. 1 Nn.' thev said, 'wo do not.' I lint is Gorgev, tho ,r ,u..rPf,. ilmt wo have no cenirahzation. r.. ...i .1 un... p,i,nlip hI.-ipps nf wnrbin. n-
" " " , " "'""I MV .- -- .. . . II iUl till tllU IIUIIiuil wMWfw I''""- ( i --
general.- liotn tue soiiuers rose up, wnu- T,roul! , 1 ,e system I havo described, tho people .,;, ,iVp.l innri-m-M.s. imcrd ct 112 hence orward
power, nn men and their ac-, Kossuth, tho great orator and Matosn.an-Koss i.th. 1 .No,' they sa.
noiseless is thought ! No roll- the friend & benefactor ol lus people, Bee.ng that all Hungatiau g.
p of squadrons, o? immeusura- was lost, mid loaded with tho grief oft ha whole ,. out saying n
' 1 il: . itnn fin, in fpn ra tn tvnr.l the southc ti borders of t bo das bed lie
wagons mien. is 1
111 WIIIU OUSC.ru uuu Buinn-oii.il., 1 i.
I I I.. .ll....:.... i.,l.l..l 1 .i.ir. ilnt; 1
no a t m, Sn e a nurtmr y ! for kings and 1 now fallen Haynau, the butcher, nt once creeled noised ahou
Tm erors will be among lis ministering servants; it his scaffolds for the execution ol tho friends ot Mag. mlo up to,
K r l it in ull beads-and with iIiom ynr freedom. Scores of the nob est of the land tbeysalelyi
word, strode into
material but by moral
tions governed. How
1V.0 money on tho table before Gorgey,
1 kingdom to beg a temporary hiding place in a bar-' -Scoundrel! we'd rather die of hunger than take
111 mint uuoi.nu ...... .w... ..j ,".. 1 .,r....l!., ..onnli-v llunirnrv waa l.-rniiivpr frnm vnii ' '1 he nl air. bowover.
r. inv in nn prnwnpn . unitiu. utit u i,niv,ik j- - o--- t ... - ...... j .
t;iut:it:u noiseu UIK.ul lliu liuiui, uut. u iiuiiiisuiiiu
i tor thu two beggared soldiers,
"I ..,:.i. ,i..r. vor rri'pdoin. Hemes ot tlio iiomesi oi tue lami thev saluiv rcacticu Hungary, wnero iney
uuu .inn ihuj J ' . . , . irji.i " i. i ii i . .1
tvprn ii'iioininiousiv lllllig tor Having .leieii.ieu uiu currenrc. 11 iiotvu wen mini uveii uio
.. "..!! r. i. i..,i i:. r!.i., i,,.i. ii ....
V.IIUI Ot.Ult.O 11(11 IIIU u- I IUIIkU. 1U. lUUIS. 4JI I..C 0 4.l'tll W,
iohliers rose up, with- Through the system I havo described, tho people -mst mixed lrmrrjage8, interdictin
the cotTee-honso, and arc tlu Goveriiuieut, nnd tho Government is the JJ0 intermarriage of Romanists will
average Cf b'ver u hundred and sixty dollars. Thev
vvero all ages, from inlaiits in the urms to very Old
(jyTho Principal of tho American Asylum al
Hartford, for tlm Deaf and Dumb, has given infor
mation ut tlieollico ot uie oecrctary oi taio, uiui
i "tllO TUIRD WED.NESUATf OK SEt'TEHBEil is fixed ft
arc the Government, and tho ijovornineiii is uiu ,,Q i,uermarrioge of Kotiianists with heretics, it is , , . f aimiumg pupils 6 that iustitbtibn ; ami
people. Mho "scatot goyoiiiineiu is it nciioii in , n(.COmpatiicd by a strict injunction to tlioso uoninn , . .g jntelM,.j l0 boa permanent arrangement."
ami with magic tor
so tary COIlllllllilUUIls ui iiicho, uu.. ..i... ..."t, " r .i .,,..,
. . . ... ... ...hi riM.n n.. . lilipi-tipR nl llinlr COUIltrV.
vvhen NlmohT1.. n, df , Ube'b'e I Xowi, vor Vbovyn ..,em of barring their foreheads to the ri
forTiavv" Si0 his' ballles, and the victory at Wa- to. Week ufter week tlie , ood , - I"" - f ran
.o.l,. Ii .nnmontnill llinl. 1 1 II' OI1CII III L' Ol IIIU 1 1.VIIIVU.. ..w..... ...... ........... o
""U f.u.w ..." - . . . amolltno
a Massachusetts, savo us it signifies the hearts of tho r-ntbollcs who uro now so united, to employ every i .,...,, ,W nflieiiefieiarios from Massaclnw
, was soon ,)coe, nasililn means to L-iiin over their partners to tlio , .., ! . ,n ,,. p u.iinm will Ikhvo in tliu snrini!.
purse was have tlius detailed somewhat of the history and ' .... ri,lincvor to intermit thu most strenuous ex-1 ' J ...
with which 0f ,,o preScnt condition of tho Stato that seeks to cr,:0ns for that purpose and on no nccoiint to agree, , To male Sandicichcf .Wi one tai .io spooniui o
told tho oc- ...i,.mlll. vnu lis her L'uest. Come, llicn. to her bor- i.i.i.. i... ..., ,.r,..tniia pninrnrt. liiiuliiiL' them to mustard flour into halt a lb. ol sweet laitler; Spread
poorest ..,.-. w..is ,ho truth nf all and of more than I ... -.'i.. L .,;,.,. nf nnv mm of their chil- this mixture upon thin slices of bread ; from a boiled
,i i ..i. ..ii i-:...i t. ..,,..,... i l... ,. ; i-ui.oi.iit tw tliu u.. .! r I .'.. rn.:. i , ,.,,i,r. iiiin slirus. mid lilaco a slice of bam
IIQVU llltuieij, US VUll PlIUII Jllill ll uuooilh ... wm. Hrpn out Ol tllQ 111110 Ol 1110 IIUIIIUI. tlllliUII. 1113 iiikii, w,tt ..
first Mechanics' Inatitute.
! einglu .lay, soon lifter the surrender, thirteen of tho
n-7Tl, ..! Nui Vnrlf A irripnluirnl f-tate FiiIj nblnst Generals of the war were murdered 111 cold
is uf. be lield ut (Jjicu. blood, becuue they had fought to save their liouics
T, ,, r t i o. nc ..p stilutious, by the plenitude oTour hospitality, and bj' . coinniuiid being accompanied with dcntiuciatious Of, btvveeh
, Fat and DELictouS.Mr. Leonard Stearns, of acc,BinS0IHI 'of 0e million souls. Loud and 1 f IS UL ho disobedient, will lay tl.O CM the
uonway, lias sc. t to liosiou . ""0."v'" continued applause. r"mln ion ofinueh domestic misery, and Ica.l to the Some cho
ll one weigll.ng mj-i, ami uio uiucr .uu po.iu.is, V , ... " ... ..... " .,: : r ....iI.Ipiip., .,n,l .mnrn between nv them
they were dressed, Uno has been purchased Hy Mr. v....i.., ........ .m-.m ' , 1 ,." i," " f -..d mid .d this land lialli ITli5s is n
. t .ii p.i... n.,.i.if.t. ii i iirt.j.... ... iiim sir I ilinnk vnu fur t in benefit which vou havo many whom the law ol t.od and ol uuu lami iiatii i t ins is n
Miist.iiui ,i.u v.mi,0 . .... - - , ...i.. ::...r in.,.ii,.r for niiitiia Biiiiiiort and le lance. . infcnts.
other goes to the- spring Hotel, Wutcrlowii. 1 uesiowcu upon my vuuuuy a uuw, iiiu,.u.fa mt, r",vu ",s",u
slices ol the lircau prepared ns unovo;
Eidwicbcs in a convenient form and iertc!.
p Ilia trimmings o the nam very nno aim
between tho t-licus of tho prepared brad.
good dish for lunch or evening entertain-