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LAUGH VEIL f,
-"Polito pawns seldom venture !rut is smite."
A laugh, a wild, a merry laugh,
"though it may vidgar be I r, .
A clear., a loud, a cheerful notel
yhat is the laugh for me.
I saw it boy With sunny hair;
Hound lightly o'er die lawn, ,
With motion five as summer air,
' And timid as a fawn.
A silvery tone was borne along 1,
Upon the breezes mild; ,
It. was the sweet and joyous laugh s,
Of that gay hearted child.
I saw a maid, on whose soft cheek -
The rose and lit3r vied :
She hung upon her father's arm,,
Hid darling and his pride. ,
Why does her sire forgbt his years
Forget his spirifepain
He listens to that bright one's laugh,
And bayhood COMM again.
I saw a youth in manhood's dawn,
Within a merry ring :
Of fairy forms and brilliant eyes.
And all were listening.
The gay, the sportive tale he told ;
Bright face' brighter grew ;
Ltite music notes the sweet sounds rung
Of laughter loud and true.
Olt man may learn his brow to smooth,
And wear a ready smile;
The cold and polished world may scorn
A merry'Jaugh the while;
- - Give me the clear and minhful note
Poured from the heart of glee, -
' Ere earth has thught the soul to hide
This is the laugh for me I
THE DUCHESS OF KENT.
A widow with on only child,
The mother ol our retain ;
, , ,
A stranger in a foreign land,
' Thy lot has yarious
How many claims attend with 'heel , ,
Upon a nation's:sympathy 1,
How many anxious watching hours '
2'hy Mother's heart has known,
Eefore the blossom was flower--
The orphan on a thrOne I
Ali may a glorious future Wait :
' On thee thy childand England's fate
- LADY. flIESSINGTON.
Yet on tile haunted canvass dwells
The beauty of that face, ' -
Which art's departed rower hekl
H ill sweetest task to trace ;
NOne nee it but are prisoners held
In its sirong toil ol grace.
Nature, thy:fairy godmother,
Has lavished, for thy part,
A prodigality of gills'
To make thee what thou Rrt
The lovely face, thegified mind,
The kind and generous heart.
Til E SACRIFICE.
A TALE OF MOROCCO,
The Jews of the Empire of Morocco
are admitted on all hands to be among
the most degraded portion?. of the hu
man family. Politically slaves, as the
Jews ere in all Mahomedan countries
their condition here is the more abject,
that their tyrante are the most ignorant
and fanatical of the barbarians. Men
are made to be their own masters. The
great concerns of the active world are
iniehded:to be carried on by men I and
among bodies of men who have no agen
cyin them, human nature is not devel
oped. The burned, being le not com
flew. Ile does not fulfil his capabili.,1
ties. A man is intended by nature to
be, not only the lord or his own house
hold, but a part of the governing power
of society. Take from a man his coutp.
try,take from him all concern in the
conduct of pubhc affairs make him the
absolute slave to the will of another,
and subject to insult and oppression
whenever he goes abroadand you
strip him of all his virtues. The dig--
oity ot human -nature is losL Hence
political liberty is .the parent of all soci
allblessinge and -patriotism is 'the m0-
ther of all the manly virtues, ' -
The Oture otwonnan, on the contra
ry, perfectly developed within
the,domestio circle alone. Her cheat).
ter ittiot incomplete because ehe has
po tolco in public affairs. In times of
tranquility and enjoyment, the duties el
orivate life and tlik various eacelhmciet.
which are called. into play lot dispen.
sing happinese within the sociat,eirele,
abroad, afford , ample, scope foe every
amiable and elegant atcoinpliehmeut. 1
When the frown of fortune is upon us
convuleions and reverses that at.
tend the private history of Avery family,
poverty, sickness, denger and difficulty
give opportunity to those attributes of
fortitude, allergy, tenderness and moral
heroism, which elevate the character of
woman to that of a ministeriog angel.
Enough is left to her, therefore, even
where political liberty is unknown, for
the display of private excellence... Her
character will not have that high and
intellectual tone which distinguishes a
highly liberal state of society, (and es
pecially the English and American wo
men,) but it may possess all goodness
and gentleness. We find, accordingly,
admirable. examples of female - virtue
anti- honoismmaterials for romance,
where all nobleness and greatness is ex
tinguished among men, under the bar
barism of despotic governments. How
beautifully has Scott illustrated this in
that inimitable unique dramatic portrai.-
lure of Rebecca. Among' the Jeweel.
ses -of Barbary, equal characters are
perhaps not to be found, but similar for.
titude is not ,uncommon. ,'f'-
A young Jewish girl, a few Years ago,
suffered for her faith, and atoned for a
tempory error, with a fortitude and res
olution which has eVen. iti-Moroce' o
made het story memorable.--She was
a maiden of no ordinary beau7 end gen
tleness, and found herself eo pereecuted,
within her own family, that OXiSteriCe
was a burthen. At any time,libe lives
of the Jews are wretched enough, but
hers was rendered intolerable by the
blows and ill treatment of a vixen mo
ther, who, ,amongat ether cruelties,
wished to compel her into Marriage With
a worthless fellow, against her choice.
It would be tedious to go throngh the
detail of her misery. Her home was a
place of torthent, and she had do other
refuge:lor a maiden is never safe from
insult or violence, beyond the' protec,
tion of her own house and family. And
their domestic despotism is such that no
friend or relation would afford her au
Undel,..those circumstances, '' one
evenieg, when she had fied from blows
and injury within doore, and sat herself
down out side the door,in the desper
ation of her beart,she formed the sud
den resolution of escaping from theee
torments by turning Alooress. This
is not uncommon among the Jeweeses,
although know of no instance of a Jew
becoming Mussulman. I am not aware
any absolute impediment in the
Moorish religion ; but the Moore hold
fire Jews in such:sovereign contempt.
scarely applying to them the epithet
Iman, that it is doubtful whether the)
would be received. Besidee, the.Jews,
amidst all their degradation and tirnich.
ty, are tenacious of their religion to
miracle. In becoining renegade, a Jew.
ess of course!, exetnpted from the do
minion of her familý-she is placed within
the immediate protection of the Moore,
arid admitted to the privileges of the
rest of the WOrtien She ie taken care
of, and provided with a buehand.
The young girl we speak of went,
with this object, up to the Cattle, and
eat dowe at the door of Kaid MaLamed
Ben.Abou, one of the principal milita
ry chiefs of .the Empire. Kind Abou
is one of the most gentlemanly, as well
as the most enlightened,' of the Moors.
He endeavored to dissuade her from
her purposeto induce her to return
homeand even with gentle roughness.
repelled her--but in vain. She was
conveyed to the heehaw, but still adher
ed to her resolutionwhich the Moors
may not, according to their customs,
refuses They have, however, a very
amiable, and very reasonable custom in
such cases, in giving the proselyte three
days for refectionthus Affording time
for evaporation of passion, drunk en
nests or excitement. If, after that peri
od, the fatal words are pronounced, and
the ceremony of apostacy ie poet, the
renegade can at no future time return to
his religion, or ever attempt to leave the
country, without the assurance of cer
tain death, if detected. During the three
days of probation, the poor girl's ex
citement still continued suffieiently vi
olent to sustain ber resolution, in spite
of the remonstrances of her tribe.' She
became a M00111891 nnd was removed
from their power. But, alas 1 ' Time
and thought cooled the fever of pas
sion : the desolation of her new world
weighed upon her spirits ; remorse and
superstitoua terror thronged upon her
heart : the. Rabbis and bigotted of her
sect found means to convey to her the
reproach and contempt of ber tribe, and
to imitate into action that far more iota.
erabie self-contempt, which clings to a
violeted conscience.. The dreary wokld
offered no Norte to bcr, and she determ.
ined to atone foi her, or by her death,
to die in the religion which shelled in.
suited. She accordingly presented her.
self to the authoritioot end professed qutatruTa.iiii-o. no"):Ccive.tion Tommie. ICCelltly
CANA4 -DOVER, TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, (OHIO) OCTOBER, 3, 1
her rocantatsua. . The penalty ,witor well' , Condition of Women in Europs.--11
snown ; but as the case' was singular, ?rammer Stow, of Cincinnati, votes 1
the heehaw referred it to the Emperor. the following fact in a recent number of i
end awaited his .pleasure. Meanwhile the American Biblical Repository. ' I
the. girt wit confined in prison. The , " We have,- in the Cooed States, no 1
soldier who arrived from the Emperor ides of the' poverty. to :which the great
hid orders to conduct her to hie press maises of the people in,ethee countnes 11
(MC& ' She'itet Vet on her journey to are conderened.:: 'Millions il industri..
Morocco with the composure. Of .dop- ous end ,virtuous families in Europe 1,
pair. She knew it was the journey to" tan 'Word ,i0 . the severeot weather to i ,
her ' grave,' Diking its Continuance ' keep a Are Only en hour or two in the i ,
(and it, is long and fatiguing) ehe never merning. . Coarse black bread and we.),
lost her command. She has been guil- ter alone toristitutes , the usual food for ;
ty of one 'fatal weakness: it was to be i the laborinereople, and happy do they
hat last, ,. . . , consider. themeelvea if ',,iboy , can get
, When conducted to the judgment. , enough of this.1131e,,women bring the
seat, she looked around upon the thous preditce (rein the fielde and takett to the.
gand of fanatical and savage soldiery markets ..KrOong, baskets fastened to i
witheut wavering, and bowed herself,Ttheit ;shoolders; and in -none : of the!
betroth Emperor with meekness ons ; slave states whichl have visited hovel
dismayed. : , ' - . :. , I ever, soon a-negro womau drudging in
- The preseot Emperor (or Sultan as such toilsome out of door labor as falls
he is called,) is by no means a cruel or to the Iot of thelaboring women of Germ'
bloodethirsty man. pa the contrary,' marif'and' Emote. ' And all thie they :
in his private !habits, he is represented do for less than the necessaries of life..
as affable and good natured, and in his In one id the most fertile and wealthy
public or sovereign Character, almost provincee of gay, polite, surrey Erance.
uniformly temperate' and .wise. But, I have seen blooming girls of front 12
strange es it may seem, the Emperor is to 18 lugging mime into the vineyards
is much a'slave as.the meanest of his in baskets."...., , .,',' ,
,. , ,
subjects to those fanatical observances' , '-'--..t- , ....
and ancient customs, ,opon the Iona-. The Alustittn g or wild horse of Tezos.
cious and invielable support of which the This strioge.,.onimal is' 'eertainly the 11
very existence of the Moors, as a peo-; greatest curiosity to these unaccustom I
ple, depeeds. ' Even he could not, as ed to the sight, that we meet with upon
in the present ease, wrest an immerno. the prairies of 'roses. They. are seen
rial of the Empire, without great nett. in vast numbers atid oftentimes of ex
" Demand of her,". paid the Sultan, ceeding bealtyki--The spectator is corn
" if what has been reported respecting polled to stanfin Amazement, and cón
ber be truth:, ' .' .: ,,,- . - template. . this Otoble animal, as he
She mildly anewered in the ailirma- bounds oittriithef;hish with the con
five. scious pridat let :, freedom- We still
r, "Is she aware of' the penalty, of a meet with mertrio the low countriee;
present death I ".., , .,-,. - and during.: gemmer, hundreds were4
" Yee.", ' ' , seen in the iteighborhood of Houston
66 But inform her that it is net yet too darting over 4 plain,' and seeming to
late. She is' a fijol to throw away her dam the sportsman to a contest in the
life in Eder to he reckoned imong the chase. There. was ainong,those that
dogs of the Empire, who have deceived were ' eometithes eeen near the city,
her, She shad he proVided for, and re- one remarkeble. above the relit for hie
ceived among our OWn- women.. Let perfect symetry and great beauty.' Ma.
her look ttround and choose forherself ny an eye was,, fixed upon him, and so
a husband, among my .chiefe." ... long as I kneW anything of him,he had
"I desired inerely to die In the reli- not met hiseetial tor speed. . .
gion of My fathers." ' '' . .
, , 'Generally, speaking the 'American
, . . t
This was the last and only answer horse. especially such as have been
that could be. elicited; To spar. her -un- , raiees' 01 grain, will outwind the mute.
necessary pain,' as she ivmatt-set:4o 'Ist,t4,,rite pliese.and many are caught
ing, a soldieefrem.behind,,,At e .prtiale With.Vrit.)ezze lariat. - , , - - ... .' 4.,'
Signal kodi the' Emperor, struck .4e1 .., Tut:Vali of the Mexican in the use
blow which banished from her 0).strithe Of tine aql els. exceeds belief. He will
dream-like world around her. . Sit't,'(ell 414:40 e. falcon into the midst of a
to the ground--a martyr and allorittkw,,', tlróist et'emetangs, single out one - that
But, whit is most remarkable;-ever pit mesa het fancy, and at the dietence of
the grave of this Jewieh niti4m; 'A)! tholy votive throw the lariatwith unei
Moor s. themselves have erectstj'it Siiet- It otoldety. , ' - . -
honse, (as it is termed) ivhieffni;squel. '..,,,...:i,,....',,;14t ---- ' ' - '
ly reepected with theme of theit,',owr --7tNe' ritTRIO7 8 of the Revolutton.
Sainte. scattered throughout thc,'.-,1;tn- Theite 'mimes are fast leaving the land
pire,, ,There the criminal trey tike titertoushi to free., Every month that
4anctuarys-and thither the eiehil,ns ha- eutersos,leA10 theitnumbar lees, and in
fortunale, or the traveller, stertifierio 4,40.-yearviecthe last of that noble band
a perilous' jourtiey, resort, to. offer: Sp tvill tiny One ' to his, reward. It has
heir devotive supplications. Many' sin- been said, that ere the laot ehall sleep,
gular storie Ire current, of Wonderful our Morn"; will be lint., What a trai
cores effected,. mid remarkableinteri torous expresolen, and how little confi
tmeition of frovidence, iti. favor of pits donee does, it imply in that all-witte
pima to that Shrine. ' ' .'.' - .,': ' li Providence that directs the destinies of
The Enghsh. Peasant; y.-111no tot- .,.
i -! nations end amen. Did we possess
hair the patriotic' fervor that animated
lowing picture of the condition of the ,
tne oesoma of those aged patriots we
English rusticci is drawn in Bulwer's
Hist styles ----,...- - -- . would scorn the use of such idle ex
There irii semithing humbling to hue
- ''. . presaions, as 'we' would. the chains era
despotic enslaver. When the human
man pride in a rustic'e life. It grates
, mind may be fettered, Americins may
mains; the heart to' think of the tone in
which we unconciouely permit . our- I
cease to be free, and that day will be
ong after the laet patriot of our revo
selves. to addressbitn.
humanity in its simple state; it is-a Fed
"re lee in him lution has been laid in the grave.
In July last, a month hallowed by
ihought to feelthat. we despise it; that
all v e respect. in . our species is whht their deed to well as by the death of
many, seieral were 'eonsigned to the
has been created by art;the gaudy &Pee tomb. .
the glittering equipage, or.even the cul
tivated intellect; . the Mere and naked Died on the fourth, Timothy Conk.
ling, who was a lieutenant in the arrni'
material of Nature, we eye with indif
of Washington, he wee in his ninety
ference, or 'trample on with disdain. sixth year.
Poor child atm!! from the gray dawn ' On the seventh, Jeremiah. Harding,
to the Netting sun, one long tasityno idea one ofthe defenders of Fort Griswold.
alicited-no thougdt awakened, beyond On the twelfth, Smith Weed, a com
those that suffice to make him the ma- misioner in the army: , .
chin'e of others-the serf of the hard soil! They have gone to a better World,entl
And then, too' 'mark how we scowl ups
their deeds remain to show their coun
on bis scanty holydays, bow we hedge
trymen the road to glorv, and enlighten
in his mirth . by laws, and turn his his other nations to freedom.(B. Xonu
larityinto crtme I We matte the whole t ,
(Attie .gay world, wherein we walk and ,
take our pleasure, to him a place of ''''''-'. , -- - .
snares and perils. It he leaves his la- The craterof a burning mountain on
bor for an instant, in that instant how e . .
Hawaii one of the, Sandwich islands,is
many temptations spring up to him I i thus descrihed tn the North A. Review:
Anti vpit wa ha", nn m,, cn, kin pt,. I "Immediately before us yawned en
her recantatiun. The penalty woe weir
enown ; but as the ease was singular,
the heehaw referred it to the Emperor,
end awaited his pleasure. Meanwhile
the girt wit confined in prison, Inn
neither who arrived from the Emperor
hid orders ,to conduct her to his pres
(MC& She net Vet on het journey to
Morocco with the composure of dep
pairs She knew it was the journey 10'
honse-, (as it is termed). Web' riersi'Oel.
ly respected with thoee of tkehf..,owt,
Saint& scattered throughout the.A;sn
pire,, Thera the criminal trey take
sanctuary.-and thither the tnek..tns 'un
fortunate, or the traveller, stertitieritt
a perilous' jourtiey, resort, to. oiler' tip
'heir devotiye supplications. Many' sin
gular storie ire current, of Wonderful
cures effected,. and remarkableinteri
tveition of frovidence, iti. favor of pik
grime to that Shrine. - '
The Engh:14.., Peasant; y.--The fol
lowing picture of the condition of the
English rustic,:t is drawn in Bulwer's
wet style' .
"There ie. semithing humbling to hue
man pride io a' rustic's 'IA.!. It grates
against the heart to. think of the tone in
which we unconciously permit - our
selves. to addresshim. We see in him
humanity in its simple state; - it is it sad
thought to. feelthet. we despise it; that
all v e respect. in our species is what
has been created by ariphe gaudy drsos
the glittering aptipage, or.even the cul
tivated intellect; the Mere. and naked
material of Nature, we eye with indif
ference or..-trample on with disdain.
Poor citaild atm!! from the gray dawn
to the setting Sun, one long taalp4to idea
elicited-no thougdt awakened, beyond
those that suffice to make him the ma
chine of others-the serf of the hard soil!
And then, too' mark how we scowl op..
on bis scanty holydays, how we hedge
in his mirth by laws and turn his hi.
laritrinto ertme I Vie malts the whole
rifle .gay world, wherein we walk and
take our pleasure, to him a place of
snares and perils. It he leaves his la
bor for an instant, in that instant how
many temptations spring up to him I
And yet' we have no mercy for his et.
the get 1 IMMenee gull, in the lorm of a eres
Tors; the jailohe transport 'hip,
cent, upwards of two miles in length,
lowe,-,these are our vele lecture hooky
and our methods of expostulation I Ahtl about a mile acres and apparently
eight hundred feet deep. The bottom
rye on ' the disparities of the world.
Ile filled wilt lava, and the southwest
They , cripple the heart, they blind the
and northern parts of it were one vast
sense, they concentrate the Abousand
flood of liqui fire, in a state et terrific
liphe between man and man into the two
ebulliten,relli g le and fro ite fiery surge
basest ' of' eirthly4 ties...servility and
pridft Mithinks the nevi's laugh out and flaming L Howe. , . ,
whew tbey hear us tell the poor hind The sides f the gulf before ue, were
perpendicular for about four hundred
that his soul ,ie as glorious. and eternal
feet; when th e was a widei horizontal
es our own; nod yet, when in the grins,.
ledge ef solid black lava, of , Irregular
ding drudgery of his life, not a spark of
breadth but e ending completely toundi
that soul can be called - forth,-when it
Beneath this lack ledge, the sides eel
sleeps, walled around in its lumpish) clay
e centre, which was; , it.'
from the cradle to the grave, without a Ped toward!
neaey es we could Judger th'ree h -!,
dream to stir the deadness of its torpor.
, , , . 1 i tired or fon hundred feet low .in
was evident, that the'crater h(141-,
A fifteen gallon law la to be made a turning
this black ledge, and hatl,by some.sub
terranean canal, emptied itself into the
sea, or inundated ths low land on itis
shout. The gray and in tome places
apparently calcined, sidee of the crater
before us; the fissures, which intersec
ted the surface of filo plain on which se
were standing; the long banks, of sul
phur on the opposite aide; the numev
ous columns of vapor and smoke, that
rose at the south end of the plain, to
gether with the ridge of steep rocks by
which it was surrounded, rising prob
ably , in some placos four bundred feet,
was a scene calculated to fill thq,' rye,
with wonder, and the mind' with:leis!
Laws tiatoyers 'and , Leg:station.
Lawyers make -the law;lawyers expound
the law, and lawyers épply the law.
Of course, they make the, law so' that
none can understand the law.. None
understanding the law, they are called
to expound the law-r-ead since they a
lone can expound the law,it is of course
for them alone to apply the law.(Union.
The Newspaper Press.lt it lawyer
owns a' printing 'office, he can easily
sell out and reetime his own trade. '. If
be cannot live . at that, he is not fit to
be an - editor, -Let the merchant go
back to tapeeelling-let the physician go
back to - making pills-let the school
master go back to his schoolhouse-.
let the shoemaker stick to his lentand
then will tha Printdre, having an Open
field, exalt the -character of their profes
sion, and show themselves as they gen
erally ale; fWerthy followers of such
mnri Rh Fianklin and Buckingham, and
41,tihrro grid' the Braeforde. . .
, ,:::;',' .,. ,-,:....r.. .1,,, . . :
'2',,,Wilt P,-.The British' Parliament re--
'IWO to &ant 30,000 ' pound& 'titerlint
fat the eðutation of the poor,.and.glen
ted '70.000 pounds...for liaildt4 the
Queen's riding house le' them not 'a
reason why there should be Parousandeol
Chartiets in England , ',':,,,,... . ':41'.',
Patriclue seye the . sneiönt Dr I "',
used to' boirew money from blie peopir,
with a promise tò repay it le :another
world! We ehouldn,t wonder 'if Siointi i
of our subscriber belonged to this 'Airvl
rible order; for some of them-kohl boikl
in .thio world,ineort eonfoudedly-I treat.
Leer: An editor eown eael makes
the follosing sweeping assertion:
&What a man!! and never, loved!
Pshaw ! such a man must have a head
of ice; a gizzard of a goose; a sou! be
lifeless av a corncob, and a head as
'sappy ab a cocoa out! ,
A greet he Pays Crahbe, ie like a big
fishon dry land. It may fret and tiling
and make a frightful pother, but it cant
bite yeti. You base otily to let it he
still, nad it will die quietly of itself.
Polite Language.The editor of the
1 gt. Louie Gazette intimates to One Of
1 his correspondents that Who will give in
his real name, he will favor him with
a-kicking. To which the correspon
dent replies, that he can see no lt ,
in being kicked by a jackass. t . ,
It is a singular tact that Weshin -ti
Jefrormon, - Madison and Jac
had no sons, and ,' that each or''e,, 1
gentlemen were elected tó the 1;;.-
dency, for two terms. Jib; .
. .....,....,,mft-ett '' ,','
OrdWIA 4.11,' to. ,
From the Neat. .,1,:'t ,,
t,athAwatmtcould 00 3,11410,3:: ''''!.., L';',;1-
n be.ingkie.,..ited by......a jackass,. tk,11 ,1113itazimpitte,td vodloy etii'(bPaltorre,a10Plit: : Win 1,1,....7- t ,
It le a eingn1ar fact that Washin -t' ihg th t4141'''''. ;L,L: ''.
lefferson, ' Madison and Jac " :34!
Ilidelphall 1:rfillItlea.Yji, "sntlf.,,,, - : t
lad no sons, and ' ttiat each of'''' !"7----VII,Dri ,01 liht",.n.r 4.-111 1,-.. N' '''''''' '';'. '-'411'
le'l, ' ' ' z ur ,,,n el' ,,,,,p .4,01'.. , ,,;....."---'....,,
tentlemen were elected tó the ;,- -MATT 4:44'-
iency, for two terms. Jib; ,ik-141: dun borYee4x:,-,' -, di 0,, ,
wing itivelan . - i ''
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Post, aCkloropelier ut r'!"1:,1';" '' 1 - '.-1 he PlcaYuar. -04'40411ft ,ri
I2,h, esys : 1 v4rLi"gl' 'iðnigravtlrlilD driuest 1 ee1, dr
The returne ars a hl'ar
gtIZTP.4h. '' ".i '
shall briefly tell volrii ' At,ered ' ,... teaank- "IV - ;k:higc"II-d 'point:L-litted:4: ' ellhf.nel!alal laut,ir,''Y277..r, 1,:fl.' 1
M ounla in Boy- to,'..1',.1c1----,, ,.,1; lin-rivesoinF. 'ft.' ., , rfTinlioenisirtiewnigenZoon)liuntdb Enewttun; - 1 , ' :,,, iv,- : ..!!,. f ,
since last year.. ..,4 . l' .' I., Irt,,t,
Last years Jen ni.1 , alruldmiln9 co,zir, 1 p4 : ,,,. 1'4; Ili his' :Li , , J''.':.:1,0r ' i
thousand six hurl ;.,..c,It' 64-1tend tell 1,1 ' '1U.--nealiziut 1108'clik,ry; tbAett,..:.- ,1: -. '
Bradley, Dem., for 4,., "t"..,.Z,I,' chats in:tonti. co ,a twittli la ailett i ., , , 1
an or'TeiLdehaltsibectneyydeeedeastrri:111.Tlyievh:Deontuftti e,,,y,ïrin.:11.1...,;r0,14,4::Aoitiltrito;,,, Npotetexi!epytire.1!,,,:ish deist ti19,,,e04:03: r b..,siv:114;011 t 1 e tvaelry: Let::: Fi 'to, hovan..abi:18:: 2::.:,,, ,, i:4.,:ilr, '.,t,'
Ztasi 9 loses, but -J ,, , p. , , ,,, .i.AP
Dem. ...oats r s; he sgtk S'olleag'...11k! a.,OUTDO:;0' ineo,-,',,r,Y."..: .
omieTTL2reha3hooitittisit)aYyyneee880ar.inur'stuirris,1:1.:::::,.,.,:dttioa 'iper 4.10ca, .111(..:flr''.' .
, .km et ,d,
),..pit drild . t gre ;,..-,4.,. . F itz: ., N , -,
In 1119.41her -tr,'., k 1, .
OW0 ALI'left'irOla to ask ror same 4' ,., , y , .
or the Legislature, , 'Um- , 1- ;1,-.1.---..-i-yos uave settling - ..... -,..t. ,
..,,,,w3 the. , e iv . mall, 86 itittit-zhe ''4 L't.
(or the tliirtiier. e keeps -1h, ft ,f; : '- '
IVRI" illrl,rtelingw..,"ustaiiii,1 taking 'wins 0 al , g ,ej, '.
r ,Ilearbilai. . ,
' -.IT"' 'Irli lit, 01 '11t'1"lotad d'' aracture 4' tate - '' ,
:00;ahyeutInggaingithrowtoyt:rnao,!1;,iiiid elits,,,, , :,.pk,,
t bed Dactse Ince .. , , t ,,
,,:::'. 4r.zifommlit k!,3,0w1;400:,.:;11,:arritu::.? .,;,,, Loreiiptoe"puttysi embers ortth!nn.....twIPoli 04, cl, ,. ,;,),, i
1 Coo " "la -- 0 .-401-yalrill,Irgfi-k .-.' ,,, '
"eviçoint71:700'::ilinswr!'e''41orichbiu.jtsienicat.ud.l.b:. Lviorr'eY.C;tl'i i'. to d ' d. Li ' ' I ! 1 "P ' ' '' -.
titat t'l'e len - e..-.,fitora would bee ' ' ' t
L - -A t.
I Lin ........-----,..........,.-..1 . ,
tollowr '141i-'1111$ and alwa wrr--Ivver , 1- dy ' '' : ''
flf,, n1,,, .,, . , J 1,-'1-teountry
Thill,A, ' 4111frq
-and I tens'or'A, Cody. and OT hoe yea "0 e e n Of:' , !---..7. , , .:, . , I
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or l'olel,11 kihurn's u9-! ' ' ' i. - , olgbilter!owthillto!1:?;','''' .7 : ,''',,,.,': ''', .' ',-...,
-I , ,,.. k
I bays seen very f, liy afflicted 2.. on(I F.-!,4,,,lf,
. :' tthat he ice TI,i;;or. lor,11.,1,,,,,
(1 a -steelleattrieb V' ..sir'slefiil.' ' Dr..ro,' -,-,
e.,,, twtv,edirlt yr, stile V 1";:t.::,;.tel)res.,1 - '"--...-.."'4,3 1,tier to Dr.' Ako,, ' '
IN ..c0.1 , Temovrx .if . . 130CIETY.'' - ,, , ,
a, irvi P 'it Vri,,,,,t, to-., , laAst - ,. , 1,., ,., 'Isnot a c, 'a, of I
c,. xt -tahi a oemitwfh I"' Thgee "Oed, a Pen" I'll ''' a:erred wit'. -"'
' '''''qn l'''' ,rd IV Ot?.--TtPaY fitait. Air to rta11?:. ,, 6 drinkers ur .
.e.a,asettit:t,",:vi.huitncgu or:'41.00;T:7011:te,ig.n. .4.,,,,t :,,a, ar,drisoth. seet ohwuititii::.:cli,,,,,,, . , ...?,,
4 t ft 11.4 Ar.;.tht't. 9!" al.g Phn.rt''', l'Arts3".'''' - ' r'' f cr ' ' '
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'The correspon er.lit ok:00,,, V,
12,h, ssys : gtpo,...u.,01'151
The returns are 011. Phlars
shall briefly tell volr:v ,
Mountain BoYsNNA , oesis--.1
'. to non
since last year. '.,4 mtrio,
Last year, Jenlii,tt ,i,Itind in
thousand six bun r....,,,,tend
Bradley, Dein., forr1,71..,1,'
'This year,' Jenni ,5,..',111: ,,,,i:,
-.1- ---- '' --i ..r:rLg,1 Ivirriee9 4.
ast year, emir ,iliud ;
thousand six hurl 1,,..,.., 6Vend tell 0
Bradley, Dern., fur Ott.,,Ili;, ',i,,i,' ellafAl
'This year,- .47,i:: :,I4., fi:e Nstete07,1
not exceed twelve hi '4111111:;,;0Hiltry Prt .1
Last year, The Ifit,Y!" .4ii11,1 wipe,
dred ond sixty (of 0i1tn. -r,, shot,
of the Legislature '4 'Um at I'
This year, rzri."14 ,, 6
more than onale, 1 Itirctue ',;,,' ,,
of 230 ) liZttf..thiLiOtelirig
I .. ...- Mu, I ITATItétA401,11g Awl?
'i ; L. u."1,- i ait,a:;.ihat on .Or byreet, 3r. Q,k, , -,,
- s-)Pmzit Wird tqd take 1,,,,,,;;;44:',,dakk., W - , , ,
ht.,. Aft4 P , a 1 "vi, , ,
.in iix months 4' - ;At gnerto " , 1 ' .
that the crater ht.,-1t41.,::,
with liquid laq t'em 1 t' 11"Tjal af
, 0 '71 ,
04--"'4111) ' s ' -
. CENTENARY OF IIIETHODIS3E, , . .
t - On the 2.5th of next month will complete one ' , , ,
1 hundred yeare since' the foundation of the now ' ,, ;"
1 wide-spread and eminently respectable sect of 't. ,
, Christians denominated Methodists. : A day so .
interesting, !widely to the members of that nu- .
, meroue society, but to theFrotestant world in - ' ,
general, would not, of course, be permitted to
r pass by without due and solemn comrnemora4
i tion..1' Accordingly, we have peretived for Bonin
r tinae.past, that preparations are on fontin the ,
I numerous churches of the society, both in this ' .
P country and in England,for a general celebriel , ,
i lion of the day: The bccasiori has natturaill,y :. ' , .
given birth to many addressee', 'congratulatory
'' and laudatory, both in prose- and verse, in.thi '
I various papers devoted to the particular inter.
1 este of the souiety, 'some' of 'them distinguiehed
- for beauty of thought and diction': . From IWO ,
of them whIch have letely met our eie irt.th; ,,,,
1 Christian AdvO cats, we extract, for ths!stratifi,., , -
I patios of our numerous readexeil"'1. 1"th" '.----
dirt connectieisreit-e-ogIge8., vakich strike. '
s' ee-appioptiate, and as containing a fine and
just tribute to tbe pious and eminent roan Nen '..e,..----
' founded the society. , Both of the articles from
which the 'extracts are made appear tinder tlin '.
1 signature of W. R., and are, ,we presume, front ,
r tlitume pen. The first is from "An Irregular
, WO faillie Centenary."--N. Magenta. .,71
, ' oVet.b.ipy every thought , . - .. ...
,1,With koilt,,absectritgiriasge fraught-0 , ', ' o ,
I, V. WtsterÝ, i liebbld him now I - ., , '
I tris,u ' 4ibril,ýri';4.,is Via' n'oglitful brow, , -. :' '
r,r i 1,,,,;,..to,abd.3 vativii It''Ais Iti.eri nava beaming,
, I t.,,,,k4 ri,,,t 3..,wpiittii,i.Xdarknek gloaming;
the result of s day or too io antici,,,ttion .
of our city Rapers. ' N -
Elm Farnsworth, ,- 103 votei
' Kingoley S. Bingham, - 22
Thomas Fitzgerald, 15 '2',
: Whereupon resolutions were, without, ,-
a second hallotting, unanimously pas..
sed, declaring Chancellor Farnsworth.
dulv nominated. --,: : -
' is considered an auspicious tea ,
ult. high professional attainments,- ,
the Chancellor adds a character of un ,
bullied moral pnrity, unbounded popti-,
larity, and an onwavering prefereuce '
for the:great' leadib: measures of
yen, Buten'o:Administration. - ;".
, No doubt exists four ability In, elect -
him by a triumphant magority. : -
' ' - Yours Sze.
' splendors rise. ,'itritk 'a n,;'. 4, .21
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"The truth ham beam
The stainless banner,xist5'',441,n1.1':::,;;;:,,,Tilai,d ,...4,---' ''
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He lia-tens to ihat bright one. 'a laugh, of the Jews are wretched enough, hut present death I --, ',. -
, . , .. and during; !isomer, nundreds were' l':,,,;'sT , ; ',..'---i- '''''', . ' ' . l';:- ''''
seen in tha leighborhood of Houston 1r,-Ito et "1-.The British' Parliament reii
hers was rendered. intolerable by , the " Yee.", - , , , . , .
,,,.? t! And bayhood COONS again. -
blows and ill treatment of a vixen nio. " But inform her that it is net yet too darting over he plain,' and seeming re ROO to atplint 30,000 ' poundri'sterlint iteosutribt
,' . ",'.tft - I saw a youth in manheed'ir dawn,. '
... , . . Within a merry ring ', ' ther, who, ,amongat ether cruelties; late. She is' a feta to throw away her dans the sportsman to a contest in the fee the eðetation of the poor,andllen- ,
- wished to compel her into 'marriage's4h life in Eder to be reckoned ihnong the chess. , There was among.those that ted '70.000 poundtk'for "build14 the 'yule
a worthless fellow, against her choice. dogs of the Empire, who have deceived were bometinies seen near the city, Queen's riding homier la' there cot 'ta sign'
Aidt,Iner)edo:bithocoornelodowhenParevsandb Of 2
, .... : Of fairy fOrMS and brilliant eyes, . ,
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' And all were listening. .
The gay, the spottive tale he told; It would be tedious to go throngh the her. She shod be pro-vided for, and re- one remarkbble, above the relit for hie itnea:ishooievnieohyr tlisw
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detail of her misery. Her home was a ceived among our OWO- women. Let perfect symetry and great beauty.- Ma. Chartists in England i , ',1-,,,. . .4'
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. - - Bright faces; brighter grew; . '
- , . Like music notes the sweet sounds rung 1
A, ;. -4- ' Of laughter loud and true.,
p. lace of torthent, and she had do other her look ttround and choose for'herself ny an eye tvas,, fixed upon him, and so - ---.' ,...., -,,-a,' ., ';', ' '
tellige-:for a maiden is never safe from a husband, among my'chtete. -... long as I kneW anything of him,he had Patricius saye the ancient Dr 4 e', WI.I1
insult or violence, beyond the' protec, "I desired Merely to die In the reli- not met hisequal tor speed. . . used to' boirew moneý froint;h0 pecele, ''4
tion of her own house and family. And gion of My fathers." - , 'Generally, epeaking, the 'American with a promise te repay 'it le -another His'
Á L. i i',,t, 41,', - Oh L man may learn hie brow to smooth, : their domestic despotism is such that no This was the last and only answer horse. especially 'such as have been world! We ehouldn,t wonder 'if errint, 0.1;o
iii;4.-7,7 . , -
friend or relation would afford her au that could be. elicited; To spare her lin- , reiee? ig grain, will outwind the mute. of our subscriber belonged to this ler, f.,-;a4
And wear a ready smile i' ,. :
, ',.';,N,,,,,:''','!-::. I.'.., . :hive:n:0 aihned eptoeleirsheenddwmoittrlid:anyotescorn iegcneastleafrry0thpatihn,0' .aEtt inettpeerWo' raa, toTtriftu:kf. b1::telm ' 1,larr.lt41;ta:;:e.01 eel irtitshee, amn de xmi ea no ny ugsbei r:ible .orde. r.; .f.o.r, 1,some of thentl. ,e.Irt..:bo...élk. :IL' kiii
, ,,,).. - andU inn :tie ri;williteh8ien doe oi tr sc ,umanst danscaetsh' el r. sc en let binlgow1 a we:iciahlebt n-fin9iagnhe.btle fb ri on mdl' h: rt eli:iii Itill 4'47:: all'i olli esir48',:tsclaneli da st. b'e I. ii"e-f.' ' H' .' e w'''il I.
'''''.1:'''' . '. APoured l'rlom
OW ut side the doo i
;,,. . mien of her heart,she'formed the sod- to the ground--a martyr and a Itnrii47,' ilt&'4 tOtpustangs, single out one - that 'What a man!! and never, loved! Tint
This is the laugh for mei ,
- s '',4,;
merry. aug t le w i et
thhei heartholf glee d
' Ere earth has tkught the soul to hide
. THE DUCHESS OF KENT. , , '
Reevveinuimeg., when she had fied from blows sa
airne I hcea" . ,
foudedly-t treat in st
eae't makes s'Itivr
. n o r n the desper- dream-like world around her... kll'e (ell 414 t"4.10 P. falcon into the midst of a the folio sing toweeping assertion: ye,
den resolution of escaping from theee Bet, whit is most remarkable:-Ovur Orissa hitt fancy, and at the dionance of Pehaw l such a man must have a head Th,
torments by turning Alooress. Thib the grave of this Jewieh 'msi4,.to, tie , tranly potato throw the lariatwith unei- of ice; a gizzard of a goose; a soul as Tha
' A widow with on only child, .. ' ie not "COMM" among the Jeweeses, Moors. themselves have erecuilli S,Sitti--ilteillialty. ' ' " ' - ' lifeless ati a corncob, and a head . as .
The mother of our (mein ;
A stranger in a foreign kind, ' . ' ' ' ' although I know of no instance of a Jew honse, (as it is termed) Which' rifispels t-4,..,t'-:',,,.."--ot.14,t ' - toappy ab a cocoa nut I
becoming Muesulman. I am not aware ly reepected with theme of tkeir,',owe --7tNe' reaR107 8 of the Revolution. . ---- ' He 1
. 4 n' Thy lot hos ,various heen. ,..; . of may absolute impediment in the Sainte. scattered throughout tho.4lin. 'Metre 'mimes are fast leaving the land A greet he Pays Crabbe, ie like a big .
Dow many claims attend with 'heel , - Moorish religion ; but the Moore hold pire,, ,There the crinnoal trey take titerfoushi to free., Every month that fish on dry' land. It may fret and filing u',,I
t, ., ' the Jews in buch: sovereign centempt, .anctuary,--and thither the eiek,-,,netta- postotoA,leatio theitnumber less, rind in end-make a frightful poiher, hut it cant --r.
Upon a nation's sympathy L . : ... ,
1 . timely applying to them the epithet fortunale, or the :reveller, starting! tie s,,,few.-yearsrthe last of that noble band bite yorr. Yau have ohly to let it Ite
Ilow many anxious watching hours ' ' .. man, that it ia doubtful whether the) a perilous' journey, resort, to' offer' rip will inive !gene ' to his, reward. It hoe still, aad it will die quietly of itself.
: 2'hy Mother's heart has known,' ' would be received. Besidee, thtiavvo, their devotiye supplications. Many. sio- been said,' that ere the laat shall sleep, -
Vefore the blossom was á Bower ' ' amidst all their degradation and tirnidi gular stories' Ire current, et Wonderful our libertiee will be loot. What a trai- Polite Lanzmage-The editor of the
e ,. A
J i,, The orphan on a threne I ' ' ty, are tenacious of their religion to a cures effected,. sed remarkableinteri tenpin expreselen, and how little confi
-t 4- gr. Louie uazette intimates to one ot n
- It . Ali I may a glorioue future Wait : ' miracle. In becoining renegade, a Jew. imeition of Providence, iri. favor of pile donee does, it imply in that all-witre his correspondents that Who will give in
, ",-,,,1 , It di
i ..,, On thee -thlt childs-end England's fatal ess ie, or course, exempted from the do grime to that ehrine. ' ' ' - ',.... ' ''i Providence that directs the destinies of his real name, he will favor him with
11', ' . minion of her familý-she is placed within ''' tions end of men, Did we possess a-kicking. To which the correspon- Not
I.e. .- LADY. BLESINGTON. The Eng12:14 Peasantly.--The fol- na
,, the immediate protection of the Moore, halr the patriotic fervor that animated dent replies, that he can see no It .3
k. 4 . . ' Yet on the haunted CtiOVan dwells mid admitted to the privileges of the 'owing picture of the condition of the , . ,i
. i h
' , The beauty ,
of that face, rest of the women. She ie taken care Os rustiect is rawn in u wer's
test style" ---...,- -- .
En . h . ' d . B I the besoma of those aged patriots we
. would scorn the u e f uch id ex
a 0 8 . in .. in. beingkicked,by a jackass. ii . ,A4 wt
I . ,!
'' . . Which tirt's demist! master hekl of, and proVided with a buahand. -
' "There iS semithing hum i n
- presaions, as 'we' would. the china era
IiIi g to hup It is a singular tact that Washin o-i ihg tl
, :. , -; His evveetest task to trace; The young girl wo speak of went despotic enslaver. When the human Jefromon, ' Madison and Jac ''
, ' man pride ia a rustic'e life, It grates
i ' ,. None see it but are prisoners held
' ' ::;',
. In its sirong toil of grace.
Nature, thy:fairy godmother,
Has lavished, for thy part,
. A prealigRlity of gills' with this object, up to the Castle, and
' ant dowe at the door of Kaid MaLamed - t
Ben-Abou one of the principal milita- Resins the beart ta think of Hie' tone in
which we unconciously permit . our
oelvee to addresshim. We see in him
cease to be free, and that day will be
ft di lam atrint of our vo
ong a er e p
ry chiefs o'f .the Empire. Kind Abou hemeni, I lution has been laid in the grave.
is one of the moat gentlemanly, as well
as the most enlightened,' of the Moors. y in its temp e state; it is it mid
thought to feeLthat we despise it; that
ell v e respect in our species is whet mi ind may be fettered, Americans may h,d no Nowt, and ' that each or,' ,, , , :
lo July last, a month hallowed by
I ea eed se well as by the death of
h d gentlemen were elected 6) the -
- re dency, for two terms. ist
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From the NeitettpdtV21.Alz: .,"4: s '.41
VERMON "inte,k.'lle'd il,:k. tii Iv
t' ::. 1, To make thee what thou Rrt I He endeavored to dissuade her ft0n, many, several were eonsigned to the- ittP evolt t' ' ty ,1, ?
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The lovely face, thegified mind,
The kind and generous heart. her purposeto induce her to return
homeand even with gentle roughness. y env e gau y reek,
has been created b h d d
ihe glittering egitipage, or.even the cul- D
twitted intellect; the Mere and naked i
ted on the fourth, Timothy Conk.
. 'The correepondetro. 't, -0?"' hsp,1''
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Post, afMonmelier, ubjetr,iii01,' ' '3,-,,,ti,
. C. repelled herbut in vain. She woe ang, who was a lieutenant in the army 12'h, esYs : . gtin","It''.4t,- ' . fr .
,, material of Nature, we eye with hula.- The returna are Iti.lii,.. Pir,.,l'ars ; , : ilea:
i- !:'' THE SACRIFICE. conveyed to the heehaw, but still adher p e on wit to elm of Wfbaysehairngton, he wao in his ninety
fcrence or 'tram 1 ' h d. d shall bnefly tell vet 14,,, , ?tiered ..
t: '' A TALE OF MOROCCO, ed to her resolutionwhich the Moors Poor citaild atom!! from the gray dawn ell" I M cents in Boy- r,i,'1-..1.1118e.---, ,:i -11;e6i'oe -ft.' ,,I
-t, The Jews of the Empire of Morocco may not, according to their customs,
' On the seventh, Jeremiah. Harding,
a'f Q,.,t to the Netting Sun, one long tasksno idea trt con. , . i.
time last year. ..,4 ,,refin . - ' .
are admittod on all hands to be among refuses They have, however, a very , one of the defenders of Fort G
,i elicited-no thougdt awakened, beyond Last year, Jennitt , 4.raí I
's A the most degraded portion?. of the hu- amiable, and very reasonable custom in Smith Weed, a corn- ,iliod in couot, ..
4. those that suffice to make him the ma- ()I1 the twelfth' thousand six hud '..,..,. ,.,. 61atend tett ti- ' ,
misioner in the army. ,
. man family. Politically slaves, as the such cases, in giving the proselyte three - tZt vtv .' 't di IV :
' ', V ,;-.'N'tt chin'e of others-the serf of the hard soil! They have gone to a better world,ond Bradley, Dem., for ,.,..: ,,,p ,,", In't
: ... ', Jews are in all Mahomedan countries days for rejlectionthua Affording time And then, too' k h w wl
Met 0 We Se0 op. 'This year,- Jenni ir"".".1 ',,f r'P't 0
' '.,., trAr, their condition here is the more abject, for evaporation of passion, drunken- o bs scanty hot da s how w h d
,11, , . n 1 . y. y , e e ge their deeds remain to show their coun- ' makt - tr'' retTi ,:.
d enlighten not exceed twelve to ,i otettiv sow. ,
1 lv,.- ,r. that their tyrante are the most ignorant floss or excitement. If, after that pert- in his mirth , by laws and turn his hi. tryhme! thetiroad ttoo g,Inerey,oemn 3.
..11 tr. Dem. ,,,-ozes f e., he k S,''''''
,',' ...".4.,ts'' and fanatical of the barbarians. Men od, the fatal words are pronounced, and 'e make the whole of etr na one a d ( . on . 4, n ig rbe Jibe
larity,into crtme I W b 1,,nYin - ct t ex cows
Last year, T 0 , , , . .s,,,,i p
, ,"-,:.4,,e," are made to be their own muter& The the ceremony of apostacy is poet, the
. t .,..-Jor great concerns of the active world are renegade can at no future time return to film lay world, wherein we walk and Men tt
take our pleasure, to him a place of '-'- - .t, - , .
dred ond sixty (of ee .-Ar,,, sii0.4.,,,ii.
' orthe Legielature I ' .M. IV,n ' ,li
' 2' -,-, '',',1- iniehdedto be carried on by men I and I
As religion, or ever attempt to leave the snares and .1 It he leaves his ta
per' th The tratirof a burning mountain on - 3 ' stet -,,,,I
ill This year, s, .,-.1"1".. ,, ,,,, )e
among bodies of men who have no age!). country, without the assurance of cer- Hawaii, one of the. Sandwich islands,is
bor for an instant, in that instant how more than ou loly,,:., k,...1141'tea ti,,'''' . '
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many temptations spring up to him 11 thus described in the North A. Review: of 230 ) 1,,kwILI tbrOtelteg '' 'net
I --; cyin them, human nature is not drivel. tain death, if detected. During the three
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t, ; .. oped. The burned, being le not com
,, days of probation, the poor girl's ex
plete. Ile does not fulfil his capabili- citement still continued suffietently vi
,. a bties.n0A Tan is intended.. by nature to
1 o le tet et or esmu sotnaei tor abneere er eotre.1 uetti ct. nr ?. ei n. oil! ihtee And yet' we have no mercy for his er.1
Tors' the jail,the transport 'hip, the gall immense
lowit-ptheee are eur vole lecture bootie, a ,,
"Immediately before us yawned en , - rytA ,,,,,;.,,,,ft,.r,
ca.notu, usp.wma rid, ;;
gulf, in the torm of a crew. ,
1Icfrotswa,cs manittle. eipn laernegntth. , a.otat year, , A,
(or h i ..--, -- tr.' ry to ,h,ardioti,Loe
, n y the lord or his own house f h I h 1 lb b and our methods of expostulation I Ah I b I P IY oev000savd-tgli,,,,zhts
. , hold, but a part of the governing power became a Moores', :Ind was removed
of society. Take from a man hie couns twm their power. .Dut, alas! ' Time They cripple
- ,, - -: try,take from him all concern in the and thought cooled the fever of pas- fye on ' the disparities of the world.
the heart, tbey blind the
sense,' they concentrate' the thousand eight hundred feet deep. The bottom ,
Watt filled wilt lava, and the southwest I e t Harder . ,,, ,,heir own inic I '0,(1
This yea ins,. ',;s,;(ird to Wive"' - 'itti4
in v.,. ..-' ,41,,,:wr object. , . A:-
and they CWI'l, t-,,
tollowr '4Ir'llii "dal"? ' k untr MO'
and northern parts of it were one vast ,,,, folk, 'tit' : . tlotirrpi-.. .
, - -, . conduct of pubho affairs make him the sion : the desolation of her new world ,.
lips between man and man into the two flood. of liqui fire, in a shoe of terrific 1 uir , sio and, 0
or vote!! ,oSurn's tre,! -..- . 'At.'" I... - ?or the
4 absolute slave to the will of another, weighed upon her spirits ; remorse and basest ' or earthly4 ties...servility and ebulliton,rolli g to and fro de fiery surge r.Nr f- ,i,-.,', :Ätitin d 0,, , . t . -
i '4,, and flaming L Howe. , , - r iityvvenortigiri tt,htng '1 otkiles
and subject to insult and oppression superatitous terror thronged upon her pridft Methinks the devils laugh out
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' ', l., whenever he goes abroadand you heart : the Rabbis and bigotted of her whew tbey hear us tell the poor hind s-and I tens'et'A. Cody i'qtA.';,hich A
The sides f the gulf before us, were th h 14 I ' u, , (,, - I brit
.1 '.,- A strip him of all his virtues. The dig. sect found meals to convey to her the that his soul ie as glorious. and eternal perpendicular for about four hundred -
-r at a re, Aver. tor ,k,1,,,,,,, a sseell
. "'Mir!' cf, ithe v blr';5 - el' ' -
oily of humor, -nature is lost. Hence reproach and contempt of her tribe, and as out own; Rod yet, when in the grin. feet; when th e was a wide horizental She, - , emovcc, ,r - EC
,, , i f solid black lava of irre ular D .. ,'"e,2,1N. ð... mAli . ' :
, t , political liberty is the parent of all soci- to imitate into action that far more infra'. Ire w
ding drudgery of his life, not a spark of ledge n ' ' g titbil I an' 'Lower urge kea a pone
allbleesinge, and -patriotism is iha mo.. erabie self-contempt, which clings to a that emu' can be called -forth,-when it breadth but e ending completely round e, 1 - ,, ' tem., pay the fulle . ad
' 'y - ' -, '''''' " K1 ,rd wote i mt. AS te
44--,',q thor of an the manly virtues. ' - -- violated conscience., The dreary world sleeps, walled around in its lumpish clay Beneath this lack ledge, the sides, silo
-,-- a t ,,,,' d , , t..:i sett nig pan, . ,,,,
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A ..:' The Oture otwoman, on the contra.. efrered no Nome to bcr, and she determ-t
b. her death
ry, may:ihe perfectly developed within ined to &loiterer her, or y ,
the domestic circle alone. Her chive
ter ithet incomplete because she has
.. to die in the religion which shelled in.
suited. She accordingly presented her.
' --..4,, po tolco in public affairs. In times of self to the authorities, and professed
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question at the :text elcctiou iu Tennessee.
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the duties of' her recantatsua. The penalty wee well - Conditio of Women in Europe.--ithia black ledge, lied had,hy someiob- the result of a day or too in antici'mioa- . 1
is eacelh3neie 4nown ; but as the ease was singular, Professor Stow, of Cincinnati, tales terranean canal, emptied itself into the of our city Raper.. ' , . N - t'',.;, ' - ,-. :., - , ,! ,
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i sociat,eirele, end awaited his pleasure. Meanwhile the American Biblical Repository. shore, The gray aud in tome places ' Ringoley S. Bingham, - 22 ".,. , '.,, :.,,,- , ,.,
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