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THE SPILT FBARLS.
UY a. C. TURNeul.
ie courtiers of the Caliph crave
"Oh, say how this may be,
hat of thy slaves, tils Ethiop slave
I .sbet beloved by hee?
For he is hideous as the night:
Yet when has ever chose
A- nightingale for its delight
A hueless, scentless rose?
The Caliph then-,"No features fair
No comely mein are his:
Love is the beauty he doth wear,
And love and glory is.
"Once when a Camel of my train
There tell in narrow street,
From broken casket rolled amain
Rich pearls before my feet.
-I nodding to iny slaves, that. I
Would freely give them these,
At once upon the spoil they fly,
The costly boon to seize.
'-Oue only at my side remained.
Beside this Ethiop, none;
lie, moveless as the steed lie reined,
Behind me sat alone.
'-What, will thy gain, good fellow, be,
Tb.3 'g-ring -it my 'dc !
-My King, that. I ihall faithfully
Have guarded thee,' lie cried.'
",True servants' title he may wear,
lie only, who has not,
For his lord's gifts, how rich soe'er,
[lis lord himself forgot ?"
So thon ialone dost walk before
Thy God with perfect aim,
From him desiring nothing more
Beside himself to claim.
For if thou not to him aspire,.
But to his gifts alone,
Not love, but covetous desire,
lias brought. thee to his throne.
While buch thy prayer, it climbs above
In vain-the golden key ' -
Of God's rich treasure-house if love
Thine own will never be.
A Romantic Love Story,
The Count do St. Croix,. belonging
to one of the noblebt and wealthiest
families in France, became engaged, af
ter a long and assiduous courtship, to a
lady, his equl in position and fortune,
and famous for her beatity. Shortly
after the day was appointed which was
to render two loving hearts ono. the
Count was ordered immediately to the
siege of' Sebastopol; so ie girded on
his sabre, and at the head of his regi.
ment marched to the battle fiold. UDi.
ring the Count's absence it happened
that his beautiful fiance had the small
pox ; after hovering between life and
death for many days, she recovere-I her
iealth, but found her beauty hopelessly
The disease had assumed in her case
the most virulent, character, and left her
not only disfigured bit1seamed and scarr.
ed to such a friglainl extent, that s,e
became hideous to herself, and resolved
to pass the remainder of her days in the
strictest seclusion. A year passed away,
when, one day, the Count, immediately
upon his return from France, accompa.
nied by his valet, presented himself at
the residence of his betrothed, and soli.
cited an interview. This was refused.
Ie, however, with the po-ztstence of a
lover, pressed his suit, and finally the
lady made her appearance closely i,uffled
in a doubled veil. At the sound of' her
voice the Count rushed forwvard to em
brace her, buit, stepping aside she trem
blingly told him- the story of her sor
rows and burst into tears.
A heavenly smile broke over the
Count's handsome fea.ures, as raising
hisi hands above lie exclaimed, "It is
God's work ; I anm blintd.". It was even
so. When gallantly leading his regi
ment to the attack, a cannon-ball passed
so closely to his eyes that, whaile it left
their expressions untchainged and his
countenaiice unmasked, it robbed him
forever of eight. It is almost unneces
sary i.O add that their miarriaige was
shortly after solemnized. It is always
said that at this day, may often be seen
at the Emperor's receptions tin officer
loaning upon the arm of a lady closely
veiled ; and they seem to be attracted to
spot, by their love of music.
.Mike and Pat were mowittg. rat was
blind of one eye, and m'iwing, he knock
ed up a bumble-bee's nest, and was m
stantly mounted by the swarm. Pat ran,
and Mike, who was behind, kept out of
harmr's way. While Pat was whisking
thorn off with a wisp, of grass, one of
them lit on the blind ide of his face, and
Mike perceiving it called out,
"Pat, have ye him ltere 1"
"Yes," says Pat, "ye may be *sture of
"VQe.ll," says Mike, "kape him there,
and God bless ye I"
Louis XIV. asked Count Mahoney If
ho understood Italian ? "Yes, please
your Majesty," said the Count, "it it is
spoken in Irish.
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