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a , THE FATIIER !
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'4 'Ibis was too much to be Tiled, re
., ,,,,. ' eeivedo Springing forward, I gave him
i' .,,. ,,. a blow whioh would have annihilated
' ' him, if my strengthwoulð have been
', equal to my rage. I stood over him
t t gazing at his apparently lifeless form.
i ,,- . All that my parents had suffered, all
II. -,4-1 that myl beautiful and friendless sister
t ,. , Ì 3 might offer, rose up before me, and my
'J ,,,-,ti, purpose; was fixed. I resolved to leave
1 Philadflphia, aud never return without
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',, -,':, A ill fortitne,which would enable me .to
,,,7:4;., place her above these who looked with
1 ,,i- , contempt on her bumble situation. Se
,. ,,, curing a small eum of money, I left
. t the house. The next day I was in New
g ,.'1 York. I wrote a letter to Alvirs, in.
Nt'l forming her of my determination, and
"4 before night embarked for Jameeis. I
-4,4, ,r - sigheitoot as we left the shore of Amer
.' ''',4f ice; for," unlike others, no tendir tie
'...1).. bound me to the home of mv childhood.
"", '4 There was but one whom i lovedbut
'' one who loved me; end I felt that tor
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---ta of tho ocean, or the scorn and onpoei.. ' 'Pearson,' be paid, 'you have killed
0-4 tion Nilo world. We landed in King.- me ; but you was right.1- Heaven will
1:,. It' , ton, and there I obtained a eituation as justify the dee& You ask for your
, ,t, a clerk in a large mercantile house. I wife. "You may seek but you will not
, '"-1 wrote to my sieter,dirocting her to leave find her. ' Ail that remains of her beau
!' '"i' the servile condition in which she .was, iy, reposes beneath the Atlantic.' '
1 1, end to place , herself at a boarding 'Ile plopped.' and laying his hand on
schoql ; and PO soon as my salary be. hie aide, whispered faintly1 feel that
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came due, 1 sent her money to defray my life iir ebbineast.' L,'" '
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- . her expeneea. I pontinued in that sit.. '' 'She was dead I ', Withered like a
nation four years. By persevering in- bright Rower in her youth and 'beauty,
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) , ltlustryil won the confidence of my em. and her destroyer was before ins, in the
If ,' p,oyel,and nt the expiratien of that time, agony' of expiring nature l'.Death al..
. he received me se a partner. Fortune ways Bonen' the heart, which is nOt sc.
"" ". smiled upon 'un.1 Every enterprise in cusiomed to its ' Wrong Mihe ., wee
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, which we engaged was succerteful, sad oubdued. sod aorrow and pity aucceed..,
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ii,,'' .1,, ' ovary-vessel which anchored in our her- ed my anger.' ',. - 8
' ''''' i borlidded to our weafth. The golden 'Aasisted lai my servant, We convey.
If stream 'lowed tepidly, and at the age ed the wretched man 'into a eottage b.y
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' - of twenty-three I had acquired a for. the way side." 1 stopped the blood Wilk
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tune of a hundred thousand dollars. my handkerdhief,' 7, sent tora.sur.
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-, 'There wee a beautiful being, whose geon. ,.. He revived, , d looked at tile,
. smiles hed long been the sunshine of said, '' "" ' - , , ,,
' ' my existence.. While 1 was poor, , 1 " 46 ir b aie injured you' deeply." My
a s dared not think of her. . 1 Jolted her crime'wes if the blackest dye,and it hal
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r deeply, devotedly, au ever ,wornan was recoiled beck upon my head with I bit
. ' , loved, but 1 wished not that she should ter' and' bodying retribution: ' You rev
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, ''' lame my uncerátain fortune with me. 1 'owed me al 'a friend, but.1 was à ter-'
. ' mad have gryen her up forever. rear vent in the bosom. of your family. 1
. er itian have exposed her tO the evils of loved your beautiful' wife." Who could
, rosily, , BA as soon as 'found myself see,' end rioeleve kört ' My paisione
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. T . able to place her in a, situation suited imaged to goiernment, were encontroll
to her character. I offered her my hand, able, and' they hurried'mei on to consu
' , and learned with rapture thar'my love mete my guilt tad misery.'" Artfully' 1
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. . , .',' bad bef I reciprocate We were mar. won 1 bolo confidence,- and '. then.' with
P , , vita, & I v 'on after made a Visirto' Phil. booming friandship; '1 toid bet a 'Algae
to
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. del?' I. )1 will not describe the meet. tale of your inconstancy,. ' She .wept
. 4 , .p.4. v. .4 itly Otter, aor the ones! oft leng and billorly I. and t saw that re
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lopeWA burbearts. I believed
illatour sainted parent looked dowa
oe es. and participated in onr happittess;
Alvira had changed pine our last interl
' view, ante more thaal had tintielpieted:
ilia- was less , beauti rola, beauty.- coo:
sista in.:brassily. of eempleitioout
oymmetriell featured, but the chormikat
childhood bad- given place tesths,diti
velopement of a mind which: embodied
poetry itself t titer Immo of every refio
ed and lolly sentiment.,KFrom the geld
of mune, and from' :the beauty ;and
sublimity at aatureodis ladigathered
high and ;holy; associations,land her
thought tient up Ilk :incomes from, an
eller, towards-the coureeaf purity sod
love.,f, I pielleitted;,mr beautiful bride
and, accomplished eister taanrelto
had known as a friondleas orphans.
The , insignificient fellow, whom 1,- left
senseless in his father's countiog room,
,and many others,, ,who sought to. mak?
me fool alt the humiliation of being de
pendant,' now prolTered their ,fickle
friendship., Alvira wiled , with cook
tempt" as she :marked the attention, of
those sycophants ot, wealth I :who, ,hut
for the glittering of goldtl would. have
passed tur unnoticed. Sbereturned with
us tolamacia, and for , two years time
flevi:by on wings radient with rainbow
colors, reflected from the eau of prop;
perity.. I looked back from that bright
spot in the wilderness-,-that oasis in the
desert' of the pastwith a , feeling ',of
joy. 1 But my happiness was too perfect
to last, and in an hourof apparent se
curityi a tornado parsed over my proir4
peels,' leaving nothing but the scattered
fragments, -and thr-ruins al jerk's
hopeir. " - -: '
'The -Count de Norris was introduced
toaty family. He was young and hand.
some.' I never' saw a finer form; or a
countenance apparently more indicative
of Intellect' and ' truth.. His Manners
Were preptissessing,' and he well knew
bow to effect the semblance :of virtue,
and to assume a gentle'or lofty bearing, ,
tot beet suited his purpose.' His visits
wore frequent,-and 1 rnarked big eon.'
stint and winningattentions to my wife.
-!',1 had been absent from home three'
dayri.','When returned my Aster met
me at the door. Weeping, she threw
her iirm around iny' neck,. and told me
that my wife bad tart my househad
left her. chil&-and bad fled with that
detestable Frenchmen. '' I feit my brain
whir1-1 knew hot what folleived.' Fo.r
many dais I riged in wild delirium.
When reason returned, Oh Heaven l'
I would forget the sterm ,, Which raged
in' iny bosomthe fierce, emotione of
love hatred end revenge,-Whichi like a
whirlwind, destroyed iny; hitter feeling.
I resolied to follow, the wrotch who had
robbed me, end never to rest till feund
him. Accordingly, ':,1enibarked for
Breat, the port to which the -veinal
was bound in which be sailed. 'Moan).
ed that he lisd been there, end bad, de-,
parted for Paris. 1 followed, him but
in Paris 7 could learn 'nothing of 'him.
One day I rode out or the city. Near
a opiendid villa, towards which I was
proceeding, I sew a man, and instantly
recognized Om, figure of de Norris,.
rode rapidly up to him, and wheeling
auddenir,f, preeented my pistol to his
breast.
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" 'Itaseal,'. I esclaiMed,','where is
my wife 7 '
''Gazing at a.:e NO if spell hound, be
murmured, 'Mon dieu I est ce possible!'
66 Where is my wife? 'a I yepeated.
'Fpesk quick, if you would live. ,
." 'Shoot me, he answered cooly. ,
fear you not.' ,
firod and he , Springing from
my horse I stood over .him..:
''Poarson,'Ite Paid, 'you have killed
me ; but you : was right.1- Heaven will
justify the dee& You ask' for your
wife. "Yeti' may seek but you Will not
find her. " All thatiemalfis of her beau
ty, reposes beneath the Atlantic.' .
'Ile mopped.' and laying his hand on
his aide, whispered faintly1 'feel that
my life iti ebbing;fast.' :
f"'She was dead I a2f Withered Mil a
bright flower in her youth and 'beauty,
and her destroyer was before ine, in the
agony' of aspiring nature V.Death
ways Bonin' the heart, whieh is not sc.
austomed to Its ' horrors.' Mihe. wee
rubdued. led oorrow end pity tucceeds,
ed my anger.', -' : 8
banded iervent.. ire control,
ed the-wretched man 'into eottage li,r'
the way side. ! I stopped the blood OM
my handkerdhief,' 7, sent tor' ,
geon., He revived, d looked itt tne,
eti4 "" ' " ' I
46 hare' injured you' deeply,''' My
erimUwas if the blackest dye,and it has
reeoiled back upon my head.with I bit
ter' and' andyingratribution: '11.cni re..
'efived the sire friend, but 'or
igin, in the bosom of your family.'''
loved Your beautiful' wife. " Who entild
lee; end tioelovi Mrpaisione
soused to goiernment, were tmedritroll7
able, and they hurried'mci on'to eons's
mots my' rnisery.'.Y Aitfally'' 1
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sentiment weet,,Iiierited in ' her beam Opivit weilld not let , be I killed, be the
Aro II may ,3tOtt!'etrreor.4elrian who ini corecion soldier', but Sent' to Ca, lobo;
iorid you ierep. may you fellow hit, sesto bit killefl,; wanted oo grave .rior
elKeeogesece ;-;Iiiit, !field, ,you kno14' boaertki' Ile let every seimal come and
what limit! tiefferad, irotil detSelation eat 141004 tie be merle everyred man
would bermu;glekteith pity.,-1.teld het love serf veil k, white man ' fear him
of m' y love and siviZeingliiprotesit ber, Shaw400..eit expatiated long upon bts
besought' It'or tO fly With mit.' She e011; merie.,,sind believed,' if hi , had Wed
ointar inditurriad ,liar'liti ....Med C Cot., 3,)1:,setri,,0 sl th:e dle,; the
vessel, ready to sail, ;Whom the-fin,r l'oire ,, ,.,' ,1. e oontiTJ n(1 t- ,ni 1)ft:0-4:-
excitement of begot rimier; sway, bet voy:or 04 t'a i'divf.ouri tiver,; as-they
feelinge atriti 'rife eil Tattier returned? itY4 are, - . ' - ," - A 'o' ':: ,.-' '
--ln vain I eanzht to aoolite her,te :4--:.,:r;';,' - -'-' 77;---..--...-,, - ,, ,,. v-:-
vain 1 deocribild ...a -beauties-of tny 4,rt; ENT, ,': A , , ;,.A ,.:', ; IN GTON ti ;;;;I'
home, apdi the ,tatiott end pleasures; o guod hi.y.--Tila Nerrio:o Do lif,r,,v.,1
which awaited 'Pi' there. ' Cho grev. ito tepoutv; 14 :',,io',:c;Oy4(.7, prpv;,, , .
got.: ortstoldis, 1.-77e,, wore po'lred te itiekpaeitrn !,. i' 1;,tri;p0 hi 1;14 il,i1cfi
out for you, anger nii.tit19 Ptnd for me 17ill',: to r.v hie nor; ,og reflecti I) Abe I :
too ; fgt., with in ingel'a pity, shit for!'01)ihee ef.,,Wer,hiegtoelri- -..: - :i .,,i,,, ,
gave me. I "eviler lotely form 'Com-41. Condeeted by one et her grandam's
milted to the silent caritas of the ocean...lid had approichedthe bowie,' when' the
Ohl who Sin tell the holielasit sgony efloting gentleman obterved,"There sir 4
ihimbo sees the idol switched sway to1is my grandmother."' : Lafayette beheld ,
which jte haireaétified his eternal hap.t,working in tbs garden, clad in domestic
pipets-4er which heilad blickened hiq sande clothetand her grey bead, covered 1
soul with indelible guilt Pearson, yen, by .a plain straw heti Me, mother (Whig
-are revenge& . You: haw the miseryliherol'.,:Tbe lady -saluted him kindly I
of loosing the object which. you. lovedi! observing...Alt! Marquis. you, see an
bet you are not scorched by the light.' old-, womanbut come,-1 can make you -
ening of vemorse ;. yet; ere not haunt-l welcome to my poor dwellingc; without I
ed by spectres summoned up around Me parade of changing my drese .,,-
youby.. the jrnaginatiett;of .it guilty .--, Much as Lafayette beard and seen
heart 11- ,i, i r - --, , - ,,,.. pi,. i ' ,!.:. ,'; ., of the matron before,st this interesting
,,,..rbe ourgeon intim!, ;02amined the interview be was charmed end "truck
wound, and pronounced:it nollatar., 1 with wonder. When be considered ber
left the ',guilty wretch.,-I could 091.wilth great age, and the transeendant clove
hiM more,miscrable.than),Intwas.',1 tion of her son, who, surpassing-all rift
returned home.,,:.My,,feelingswere ez- vale in the race of glory.- Noire the
billeted by their WO intensity, and sp. palm alone," and at the same time die.
passim!. covered no change in her plain, yet dig
athy , succeeded the storm of
My , nature, was changed, ,,,Dietrest nified lifeand manners,be became se.
and misanthropy took pOSSOIPSOn 1$1. my sued that ' the ., Roman , matron could
heart, and I ,have returned with cold- fiourieb in modern days... s, :. ,, : ,..
nese and contemp.t for proffered friend. 4' ,Tbe Marquis spoke of the happy ef
ehip; and sespicsoo for, seeming eon. feels of the Revolution,' and the goodly
fidence and sincerity. ,,,'But my site prospect which opened upon :indepen.
Welted . my daughterthey were a dant Americo, rotated his speedy: dem.
'treasure to me. ,, I foll that there hive lure for his motive land, and paid the
was, sineere.; I labored for gold, and tribute (Ohio heart, hie love and, admi.
I boarded it up like a misernot :that I ration flier illustrious sort-. To the en
prized it.myself.. but that. I, might see comiems. which he bad, lavished upon
them. surrounded by Its, 'pioneer. b Al- his hero and paternal chief, the matron
vire wished to JilitItO to Amearica, and replied ifi these worde:I am not stir.
-this beautiful spot, selected :by her, be. prised at what Georgette done, for he
eame our home... But, Oast. , She did was always s, very good. bey.Ladies
not long bleseit with her ereeence- She Magazine. ,, - , ,;',, - , ',', ,! 1 - ,,
was too 'pure for a ..world like (hie, and . ,-, ..::,,,.; l',' t, yonlmoona ' . i . , ..: .
that God whom elle had loved and sere- SELF1SHNESS-.-Within his hointe
ed, removed- her to a akora emelt in great arto eh berorp Ole fire sat
sphiro. 7. 77,-- 73.::::.-..t,---7,t.'.:1.,,l''." ett old Oaf'. headed -mito !ripeter the
.oSince-thit time,,the unriivided free. grave. 'Twee wintir, ,and ' the cold
done of my 'heart have been bestowed wind whistled among the leafless bran
eq,my beautiful child, and berwitehing ches front the !reap, and the enow and
tenderness , has often made , me forger sleet rattled against the windows. The
that I-bad been unhappy. I have beton. old man chuckled, for he was ovIrm and
ad 40 the ,musie of her voice, and gee. Aornfortable, Bud the biting-blast touch
ed on her lovely face.luined to mine in ed himnot,,f He said '1 have enough
the oonEdence ',,of. maternal love', till ant richso illOW ye winds and OM
those Jealinge eirerit. awakened In my. ye enowsI am pare.", A servant aro
heatt," which 'oncer, reepooded to. the tered and said, :Sir a woman is at the
voice of joy.- But Jibe too'bee gone i, door trembling with cold, has no where
The (loot of the tomb :ie closed on all in sleep, Do home to go to; she bege
that I loved, and I am shut out iti a world for a corner sif your kitchen to pass the
now utterly ; desolate to me.- --The oak eight , ie." ,,,,e6A way, I 've no . room for
which has bnwed 'to the blast, tidy thieving beggartethere is a tavern. close
again1becorroi erect-..be,auty and vertigo, ,byto,11 her to go there." ,: ShO, ear
may return- to-the country which the she has no money, and begs, you to give
earthquake has desolated ;-..bitt joy ean her 'enough to bpy a meal and lodging.'
never yieit that heart whose affectione, Iligone, drive her off, whet I've got
like mine,' ere. retrained...whose hopes is !sly own, end I'll, keep' it too..., Pee
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life so entirely destroyed." '' none to lquuder on worthless mendi
,. .- -- ', ' i:' '' t- ,-, Ar. G.. M. canto. .-.4' t, ' - 1 , , 1: : '::
:: ' ii .!; ' ....... . 41 ' i ' Tha tiext: morning the lames else
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-4 ' ' , ,Frorifthe Chinago Dem' ' ped oat into the porch. and thers,,upon
. ':: DEATH OF TECtiMSE11.' one tif the beriches sat the poor beggar
-Shaweben-ekra Poawatamie chief, wOmen. ,,,His rage wee kindled. ; -, -.,,,
whO was' at lhit battle of tha Thome. ',Did 1 not..tell . you 1 bays eothing
lately gave iti the U. S. Hotel in lid, for vou,impudence ! Come, come,tremp.'
city, through an interpeter, a fulrec- Leiter; my house, I itay,d'ye bear ?".. She
count of the Death of thiS great warrior.. lieari him not I She Wag., deed I ,The
'-"Tecumseh was a braes and cautious eld,Man emote" his Itreast . and entered
Man; ' tie had. however been woon,te'd his hiuse. , Ile never left it.egain, ler
in the 'deck; end became deoperate.'s He hes alp' died, and died mieerable,thpugh
thought his wound WatO morta!,-tind told -140,, ., :. , , -i ,, : , ., , , ,.,,,,-;
his Warrior", -that, he he must die; there '" ,, .. ; ,....., . - , ,,, . ,, , .. ! ,, ;,
could bit' no risk inlis rushing thrtvard , , , ,. , ,
:,,woncteepu cscapc,The St. Angus..
to kilt Ool:Johnion. . Ha 'did on:.
tine Herald' otates that one of the labor.
Shati4ereoth ' Saw him when'he ;tint!!
ith eili Mlle Dallam'e employ bee arriv6d
His objet Was tri etrike the cso!triel oa
at Tampa,: with.' the following 4itory,
his Tomettawk, b,ellirti he' tivryint,' 'and
tthich'iteeddition to his being e man of
ti moment mote of inattention , and:the
imedibility, its corrohorated by the mortis
' colonCi's 'heat wOotti have been siinde'l,
or ligatures-, 'on his,:a'iiiiii, and or burnt.
ed. ' He wee ehot jest as his arid bed
on big Ilege,lt, When the Indian", rnado
reached the full height to stritil the fa.
tal blitiv:J" He: ilericribed the, colonel', 'while...It:keel 'alivon'' Ca:ditlieldtrirt4'. tel:wmianin
helve 'verf;minutelt:.'; HI " .'ver1 laathet6thongle.-The Indians. having
large 'rid white, with nenasionally,aje;
black 'Wt.' AnotherTedign io company, tempieted, their' work,. retired; to ca..
whom 'Shailiiiii.iiii'ssidivas bet a boy "1"1"E'allg".11, ,. anc,,-. and &Iv old;squaw
brought ti tratitilyrof,,weotl, placed tit
at the tin Of theliattle;litirropted him - . . .,... . -, ., .
-around tit prisonert eet me to it.:ano
Ito say that hie main and tail Were biack. ,. ,1 , . . . , , .. .. .
1 coming todeadened the fire, ahrist the
:The nail slay le with than! litherel'atid "'""1. "7 Att iff.i46111"1" Pr"idellt""1"
thie boy ;went upod 'the 'Galt Orbattiö,
and sawTecomsehre tinily .tkarill;1 'kid osetiobeleiðimiet,iteeotead, ,the leather,- which
a , with tremenduous
by the:t 'ids of it anothar -body wheat) "111'
exertion ' to loose one arm f' tio' all -1.10
skin bad boort -taken' iiffi'Ilti said': be '
, . . - .....; minagitt....-thoo wotohino Moil nnnnri.
11111111 DIM uou n salaams mu. aau 11S1M , U.
hid heard' of Olio skin having been' ex'. untie hrmailf-.then watching hie oppor.
hinds . and
Whited ; lie that t'of 'frecoMseh:', l'hsý lullitVikik "OPe'd 0:111'; hie
kneee,:i16611 to the beach,where find.
might Ihink se.-1-but it was tot I; Ve.
comical's-bed net been touched. 'a 'Here ing a cano4 o not eft . After reaching
whit be.,,to ldered a safe distance,
:some' one' asked hint ,wherill , and' bier
porch '
they buried ! hinus'' ante aimed' liaa he landed on a. rtio here he sub.
thief front , his Seat,' 'and be 'wee 'Allo silted su; Imola ow ;oil ' be got on
quoit in the eitreme68 None Nit 'bray 1?P!'lli, ,,,I9411i.tellt size of "aslOrk
walliore ilie 011 the field Of battl0 flitch 1 -;'' '';' nt k''' 4: ';'41A lc' Nediton ."- 1.
ifraid Of nothihothen alive, dont tare 'rrifif piettfi Nth wilt itior ' f, old
. for ' dege;t welvee,,f settee: 'and' -prows.' '064 LethLridgeli:, . aseree.ent,oni
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when deidtTheý went the prairie' lio might upon itirrereðs be filled f - 11101t, ,
. lio-uport;':1 So-Tetunreeh, 1 ilia' brivbst hoe, and iike i Oral" 'which tuarnan-o'll
'man that ever was, whom the Great tween the ter's Ittalion f th
t , , , . - , - - 7. ' '' le .. , , (1 -0 pilb.tt
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sintteft After reaching
vdered a safe distance,
rtio here he subö
pia ow :oil be got on
;vellt size,' of "a81!1.nt
itro Medium
pieto welch' will 1,4 C, old
One
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C E El. 8. ' hall not govern ; hitt the f.to,
z ccauirrtoo..or..cue it Ouch persons, ever set
-celebrated teacher, Rabbi life;daii thoderuonratte party, it ia for 601ne
ir;ibe,wholfg of ens Sabbpl. svey ail the se"0,11 pivot:ma. end they iv eontiouo
school. the. Reelle,,,,Dutios absence fr,orn sce with 'the' party so long ntlly oi
tho begornit twoa3sat. diertT both -4 them ot:...thitt '
tineOmmottbeenry,, Ohl till!rhtmneti it itt, , - 1 , v.-4 t:'' .4 "
bor,1 Cox) to Lar 1-4i.1 flambe; ' -i
rot Ow mart"'. 'Tt.!th--1 ,
"'er thoir t'N't i:Ig t4
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BOOKS.It chiefly through book that we
enjoy intercourse with .iuoe. rior ;. minds, and
these invaluable meant of commuaination are.in
tbe reach of all. .;, In the best hooks, great men
talk to us,gives us their moat precious thoughts,
and-pour their souls tato ours.,- -God be thanked
roi book& They are the voices of the distant!
and dead. end makeup heirs of the spiritual life
of past ages. Books' are the truti leveller&
fhey give to all, avlu; Flithfully use thetrt,
the society,the spiritual relent of the best aid
greatast four nice. ' NG matter Ito poor arm
Nomatter,' though the Prosperoos 'of tooWn:
titne will nOtenter my obscuM dwellitig;i: If the
iecred Writers 'will enter' and:fake tip:their a
'mdt; undei my rOofir lifiltritt eroia my
hreahcild to sing to ine of Peradisti, 'gild Shake
'sate 16 open to me th6 ;4'4141(1i:4 lenegihatiOn,
and .11M, viorkings of.the hutium:heart," and
Franklin tO enrich Me avith hia. prantiCat
"hall .not pine ,,for want, of. tatellectual
oompentonship, and 11, max hocfmat'e,cultivit'ed
plant , though excloded frent,wh,t it callad the
best society in the place. where' live.
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floe to the will '011,the etijotit4, Soc)i
pereones tnityvancV oomotiozecdo,. gairm
theig object. -, Uut aro they' Ateitootote 1
Wow !can they be IN whin irtyloidoi
action,'Terbope bath,- , thof oRpthe
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''' '''' Where 'are my Wons,-thet th4 Ice mei drink . natl. beforebarid,, in) th it our united of.: ' ::
be put forth at. tha election..., ' -., -,
'''11-ilbershoycliP:iftbniotes.beitiitartKo'n;:.;;4:ha'''iaidan'''id':,10.,,".17yrtIttlirCeforivioution systetnevery deni- ,,, ,, ....,
eed food before Inn; that he might eat.-'''''''.- -' tient( ;Mil bawl his vie represented .; : ,
in the convention, In seme)teete, it is' , : ,
! Ile wu in's gladden's and genial nteed; 'and
iahin oa bad amid gr" -after ðre ,I;aest,a,beihila true,.. ennventions afford only a partial-, -,
addressed' 61616'. .::14,',':., .i.,",',,: ,.;
. ,,,, ,, .2,,,, , 'representation',.- But whose fault is it 'I '. -,- ,i;
i'ltabbi' .th thy' permisolon, If ;vouid. rain - ' - -- - ' ' '
: , wt , , q,,,,, ; t ,,,,,, those who, tent them'. 3 Th41' namber ': .--,- a
- Thli dabtate 'represent it majority ct ; -
propose to thee one rpiestirni.", ,, '' -'.. ,.: I must be a 'majority' of 'Vie township ir .'-- ,
f, Ask,it, then, totter' 1 ',' he replied,. 7 i'. , i
A 'few days ago,, a person entree: tedsemeow; all tittendectZ fr any railed to ittenti the .'"; '5 '!
tewuebip' meeting surely' they have no ' - '. ,:-','-
els to my custody, and now -he demands them 'reason' tortiomplain of not being tepro-''-'1I- '-',-,, ..
Main ; ibottld ! give:them Pr '' ,! :' t'' t;,' ,, i ! I iented.:They. mud ' blame' only-thou-fro', ','.'-' ',i,
,i'llis is a question,',',ettid Itabbi Moir, which selves, the :negligence 'or in differtnee '1. ..;::: :
sty wife ihould not have thought it neecessere , thit-kept them aWay 'front the township:. , - :
to salt.,-, What Wouldst thou hesitate or Ino 104 meeting:',As every ; flee democrat 4e. ', '
hided to tutors to every (mooing ewer, d.;: rtiielt kbe ,IlleCebO . of his' party and' ace' : -! '
. 'INlo' the seplied,Aret yet I thought it beetuot knowledge' that'll' majority offthat parr ,. ,
to teeters theta wtihout acquainting thee them 'IY, Ought hi Mired', it is payer that the . '
with. - t e! '-',,t,,,I, oi:'. ...., - yce F!..:.,-;, 1 wishes ' of',tbei Majority. should he- ay- ,.
.- the 'thee led him to the chamber, end ittepd, 'pressed berate 'the election no itome way, ,,,,
ping to, the bed, toak'the White covinirttiom .10 Oat ill moi.toNOt to ilOePro !beast ccd la ' ' '
the dead bodt,,,.- ,2,, ---.i -.:: ,, i:i . ,-A ;Lin ne ethei 'way cin"they be expressed ,. ,
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'Isothl thy sons,.my -soul' thus loudly !imams Y a c cv
" haul ' ci cation- or delekates from V ,, ,
ed the &then' 'my IOnit the light of mine 'eyes the whole county ar districL.7 'Whin ;,,, ft
any expreeatoa has bead rip made bythe I; - , 1.-
and the light 'ormy undrestattditigt..-'4,was your
convention:it iethe 4oty of every dein.: , :f :
Minor, but ye Were my teecheni in titill;w.11 ' '
emit to bid!, by.:it For the 'coulee-,
-; The Mother-turned awayand wept bitierly.;-
said. , ., . lion hominatión is a choice et the roa- ' .
At-length she took her hesband by &Aland aid
- ,,,. . ..., - ., , ,, . itirity'or the delegates. r'The delegatry, '
- ',' , ' ,, ,,-: .,,,,e', .' 4 were the' choice of a -Majority of thoec
..y,Itabbi, didot thou not teach me, th,,at wo, must present at the' township mestinivTbeit , ,
not he reluctant to restore aim which w. as en-. choiciii Prisumior to be the choice 13
!rooted to our keepingt. See, the Lord gave, the a' majority or the 'party in the townehip v
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Laid has taken away.end blessed,bethe erne
ef the tordl!-' .,,, ,, , .,,, ,, , ,, .,: -, As all might etterid;.,117 any 'had- so dill; ,
ferent'elloitie; they tehould hire bee' '
; 'Blessed be the name of the' Loral!. echoed thero to exureee'it;-,..; t t7'',i:ti.,0 .,:lor, ( ' t' -,' ''
ttahk , Muir,' ,'and blessed be hit name fo'r 'thY By' ' negligence ;lid' indifferinee 'onlY, ' :-,:-,4' ,
saki too, for well it is written, Those hath cart it ever halipen -that that wishes ef ak,: 0, ,' ,
found ' a virtuous wife, Oath a greater treasure majority of the townebtp.,': it itot'rnpral,j1,,;:,'& '4
than costly prier , she openeth her mouth, with ,entiad.' 'And,. suppesintr sti-ett , c000l'o '..,,,,- ,
wisdom -and 40..hse.tatiughis thelawer lint& haepsoolAtriffweinVelattritl-foc-initorir74'1'' '
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neon.' ,. - " ' ,,, -, i ,,,:, , . --,- ,,,,,; : , ,, have expreesed 'theirs cheim-- .11, tzi.T, ,
,,. .. , . .,...--- 4:- , , . ,,' i ..; am nne of the msjorityb'r, have a els.4Y ' ; '
' BWIC S.....It hi chikiv through hocks that we ent choice, which labt for' our ewe 4..f. ,4, ,,
enjoy . intercourse with 'sone' riot ;- minds. ,, and glect would bare Wee eapreseed.i-Now, ' ' ''
these invaluable meant of commutication are,in att a Matter or duty; ouight not. i; ilk v, aro, ' ' -
the mach or ell. ,;. In the best books, great men es those whet' agree 'with mei to bear thril.,'!'
talk to us,gives us their moat precious thoughui, consequencel'of '. our neglect: tor- tlif ri:, ',,
tint-pour their souls tete ours-- -God be thanked MOstio4'and. be mare;ittlive end cartAt ,,;,- ,,,),'1. -
roi book., , They are the voices of the distant' Or 'the future 1:0011iught 114 oppoae tho,,,i4i,',..
vad dead. god make-us heirs of the spiritual life liontingliON"and '' lime bring into, . (Lig- ,ii.- r '3,
. levellers. red it ''. and' ) render'. toeless. 6C-en If , - , y,,i
Gf past ' ages. Books' are -the . ant
fhey give tG all, tylui, erin purtifulty use theo; meimi or &knitting it' fait' ,eapreesion r: ',, ', ' '1 ,--
the society,the spiritual relent of the best sad soolini.iltlit'' rot' thir reccOcel bOro , ,' ;' ' ''i ,
greatest orour rece..;,- NG matter hote 'poor f am. stilted. !. a Ldetencrat'. wilt antiwar Ilitis-,..! . , ,
No matter,' though the prosperons 'of inic4in ". Ir'' Wig 4 itupport.lhe? nom ins t ion',. i, ' ; , ' -''
tints will net enter my obscure dwelling.'i,! Irate '111,tnigli:11,421,,Y 1),'''',,A '.!1"t),,itd 1 ird eVat'' ''','; ',' .
iacred Writere Will enter' end iike tip:their a- "'Y .'c'P'111P"'-ve ."11t'-t" .11 "J'"IY, :''' 0 '',- ' ''
'ndt; ender my' recir,2-:ir 1511iitc;ri Will troeW my ougnt to tare exproseeti it at our tov -, ,',:t::';',
thy me'etitiya.'' ,We will do what se - ;.,o -,;, 1, '
' kreahold to sleg to ine of Paredise, 'gild Shake.
rights now and take better -cater for !, ,,- 2 t ; ,
,'eare ti; open' to me tbe'Wrirldent itnaiinatkii,
... . - .. ,- - ,, ...,. - - ... . ,,, , ,luture.', 't, "'",'l "! '1'-:'-,;;;.--::',.-:-,k-, ' ' ..- ,
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Franklin to enrich ma with hie, practical wia- , I ,, - ., si T Ems ..- , , 3 ðr.; r ,.: ..,
ðom Il ahall not pine for want of inteliecioil - '' ''. ' ' ' ''' ''
oompamonship, and 11 mix hooma'a,coltivit'osl , A Genteue in .Boston , hoe tove. - i , ; 's i 4,1
meat , though excluded trom.what it tailed 'the gt...R11, that when rubbed :Upon t' a I ,, t - ' .4' 7,4',,, i
beat,,auciaty ,ht the plaCe; when!: ll li;rel.:'f) accolding to directions will,. prod u ', ,,, ::, ' IV 1
Channing' ;;;,.... ..., ,' . ,, tl..., : 11' i'',,,,,,,,,,' l;;t,,,,,,,' . . bo..00:414,:if;h,nly71,:hm;saidn,e9Bdf.,ithlhaaeiirdoitofitnal7r11:0.12:ie.rjt1:11, ::1":::::.,::1::!:t;..,;,;::
-1''..' "Prom the' Cadiz &shod. ''''" ' 7 - l , '': ; it-i;t:.41'
''INtir81-10. 1.1,6 I 'SUPPORT DEMO. tittle Tenon. who i, mit compant ,ir y ,A G I, s, r-:-Ai, ,,
CRATIC 'CONVENTION"NOMINA.. -, .i
I PrIONS0. ,,, ,,,,I, N, ,4;.. ..,,,,1 , ,1,., ,,,,,., . half dozen' buge men, ti petrol I 4,,5t, .,.,, 'i01,.,
; ;This question ought to be soled biol.; not ses yen, before.' Till likelt,,!4...-- f,, Vo,,,:f.,,i
.pilxieped nth,: siiinto:ogg;nixtlepme:.1.1,',Iii;4reliifre?t,,,,,14:;;., fj,1,., ,
self by. every demetrato And-who to
asketh himself the queetion andgivethw
moment's', reflection. ,with -they eincere PtttePi '''''Ii tut tewth tll,t5 whtsle Ot: '',,i ,,Cl i. ''''', 't0' '
deeire of knowing the truth aril acting ,,,A youriigirl 'will not hiSitioll.; ''' .4? 'A: q, 1 .''' :
iCeordiugly, must 'alike er,,," It is my you her age. But, you don't 04' ft r:0)--'i, ,:
fluty as a disciple of Ai-odious a lover of 'un doint that thing...--:',:.-;,':,.';' 4 , 1:',kr, ,i a''', t: -9.
politicill- liberty, es R true soldiiit.in the .. ; ;The rim tine -in , dee'Cribin' 1,7' ,4i,4:,1., !' I- ',,,''',
CaUSO of , equal. righis,to support the moth 'Degree, diet. iells Rao .4, , li,;,;?'''' .':'
nominations of the .Deitioeirairr. Qin- birti,-eayettwe'littiii Km, on 1 ti kJ .i,,',,; , '-
notion!' : Ile will reason thee It 0.1'.,0 ' OfNoabta Aticwoud hive opai,;."1 itt-14:.''' , 4 ..
,- . Officers 'should be regarded iv pub,o weighs (we guess) nine hundre'igtO 0.1,'';', lit'.,' '
lie servants.- '-:., Tbe majority of ail peo- and, :when she sits down, her 4,4; -'44':' '7 I ''
ple Should have: thei.ohooeing of such about lk,i ka it , send' alide ' ' Jo 14,41 t' ,'
'servants. As a man,'I 'May think my iwoulOake About five ',gas a'ti; t,,
neighbor better rqualified to 'discharge light Act. all up of a dark nigh 4! 11
to .J detiewof, , a ,-particular., office,' ind . libii;ice of mind:-A intiOg O''':(,5,:'-'
trim that and other Amuses, better enti 'otree..t, cameablarbe Alm a 44,4;i-040'
, tied try the emolurrient of office (if, any
Ithers be) than some-othet viindidate for evfehninft!' Ihn . LI- -1-'---)21.11r5?0C1 ''It':' '
1 the as .. . ,;. , ms, neii;,,,,o,, lb o or er is ,utiN wi ill Atel,
inf. Pin" , 1" the tit4tJle ur,d ; tahirm th tI10.4
forev',11 ceitres 503t, ourPttrt- l'' - "Li place in the &tall.' t'lleiid' '''''',3 I '
MY :ane 44:.' the' 'PeePt- ' A 'et er tl-e r,- Ike I:1 the os''' -'- -..." '
nUmber than My wolf and C.. Olo ' ". - t. - ,. , " , ', '"' '),
''.)ru her own., Las. Á 4,... .
thiuk 'with:- me, . are of opl'1, , -t it,'
.da. main1,010'.' ynoouth'ekrooinw 'LI; Abelliti: ,--3,ç' 'It',,: ; ,
would be batter for that 6,1tor ci, .,to - ().
td fill the ofn-e. Ai a democrat, . weft welt.15, , Whitt does rt,i ',
.inglbat a majority shook' rule, it, ifr ny
duty to, yield. z-, Who! ever is govi.., 3d ,gn6D, 41thi he ewe Ene tW ',, 1,04:
by , ?pesos abd sensi. of Aright, , 'WI a" l?",6":!" hill it.,i,;11;) '"N,..1, ,
yield ; but 'on the 'ether - band; those wPat ue u'lee', '''''''''. -'1 z,: .'''''. ''',
who itre mastered by passion or preju- "Dliddb' I reckon 5 1 t'00 A tt", .
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dine, will see themselverrop la upposi.. i,courtint now.-,' ,5!,)' t., ton, 1 T,
tioil to the will 'of the, reijoritÿl-, Bucja' tio4 'WO. Jr) 40tiot g! t ':11ternt!';'
potions' milvancV bometimecdo,. gain gat next fitindera,'115 5 ,10 MY a''' '
, theig object. Uut are they...denier:tete 1 itt ta ei.'.-.iÇ,1 7-1-: , ; :' -' ; - -",777.71---t--
(pow 1,can they be so, whin id.weid'or ,'-'iNV.ill'youtet I 'said '1' .4' fo Joe
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