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CANAL DOVER, TUSCARAWA$ COUNTY, (01-110)-OCTODER;17, 1839
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de remember me,
Of two old Elm Trees' "hide,
With moues sprinkled at their feet,
Where my youngchildhood play'd;
While the rocks above their head
Rose up, so stern and gray,
And the little crystal streamlet near
Went leaping on its 'way.
There side by side, they fiourish'd,
With intertwining crown,
And thro' their broad embracing arms
The prying tnoon look'd down. ,
And I doom'd, as there I linger'd
A musing child alone,
She soann'd my bosom's inmost thought
From bor far silver throne.
I de remember me,
Ofall their wealth of team,
When summer, hi her radiant, loom,
, The burning solstice weaves
And how, in naked majesty,
They bravtd an adverse sky,
Like Belisarius, doom'd to meet
, His country's wintry eye. , ,
I've roam'd through varied regions
Where stranger streamlets run,
And where the proud magnolia flaunts
Beneath a southern sun i
And where the sparse and stinted pine
PlitsTorth its somLre form
A vassal to the northern clou'
And to the tyrant storm.
And where the pure unruffled lakes
In placid Trivalent roll,
Oe whim the dread Niagara shakes
- - wonder stricken tout
I've sought the temple' soulptur'd pile,
The pencil'e glorious art
Yet still those old green trees I wore
Depicturid on my heart.
Years fledtmy native vale sought,
Where still those tall Elm Trees wave,
- But many a column in ite dust
Lay broken in the grave.
The lenient end A. white hair'd men,
Whose wisdom was its stay,
Tor them 1 isk'd and echn,s voice,
Made answer'where are they I
I fought the thrifty matron,
Whose busy wheei was heard,
When the early beams of morning
AWoke the chirping bird:
'Strange faces from her window look'dt
Strange voices fill'd her cot,
Aud teeth the very vine she trailed,
Her memory was forgot.
I left a youthful mother,
Her children round her knee,
Those balms hail risen into men,
s And coldly looked on met
)3ut she, with all her bloom and grace,
') Did in the church yard lie,
(While still those changeless Elms upbore
Their kingly canopy.
no we, who 'with their lollyscreen
Pursued our citildidb pisy,,
New show amid otir ecatter'd locks
The sprinkled tints ef gray,
And A o1 the village of our love
Must many a change betide,
Long may those sacred Elm trees stand
In all their strength and pride.
, FM1874,814. .sppeal, and beheld the beauty of the s warrior, as if taking his repose. He tance with
Mv hula fairy chronicle, youthful pair, his heart was touched lay in his armor, with his helmet on hie ,dge of th
,L. The prettied of my tasks, farewell I with tendernese and courtesy. 'God head, and his sword in his hand, as lite princil
Ere other eyes shall meet thin line, forbid,' said he, 'that i should disturb one who had never been conquered, one itnowledgt
Far other records will be mine, such happy nuptuals. My prisoners in around the bier were the escutcheons in intimat
flow many miles of trackless sea troth shall ye be, for fifteen days, in). of the house of Ifinojoss. inatomy a
. Will roll between my land and met mured within mv castle, where I claim, A number of Moorish cavaliers at. 'he numet
as conquerer, the right of celebrating tended the bier,with emblems of mourn. ind for
1 - i said thine elfin almanec
. your espousals.' ing, and with dejected countenances ; with our
. Should call ail pleasant home back; So saying, he 800n despatched one of and their leader Mt himself at the reei ind relati
, Amid those pleasant hours will none his horsemen in advance to notify Don- of Donna Maria, and hid his race in his treat hum
Think kindly on what i have done? na Maria Niacin of the coming of this hands. ' She beheld in him the gtillant our Creel
Then, fairy page, I leave with thee bridal party ; while he and his huntsman Abadil, whom she had once welcomed more dee;
t, 4,1lume memory of longs and me, escorted the cavalcade not es captors, with his bride to her Icastle, but who And fic
' '. 11,is I ,
, but as a guard or henor., As they drew now came. with the body of her lord, Rive know
, Prom Me Philadelphia Courier. near the castle, thri banners were hung whom he,had unknowingly slain in bat. acquired;
LBGBND OF DON MUNIO SAN- out, and the trumpets snunded from the Ile! course wi
,, ' 1 CII0 DE HINOJOSA.
. battlements ; and on nearer approach, up in a oh
the draw bridge was lowered, and Don. The sepulchre erected in the cloisters are, or hy
' ay WASHINGTON IRVING. -
na Maria came forth to meet them, at- of the convent of San Domingo, was aginat.
In the elohnutee or the ancient Ben. tended by her ladies and knights, her achieved at the expenee of the Moor Until w
&cline eonvent of San Domingo, at
e pages and ber mins. trete. She took her Abadil, Itil .a feeble testimony of his the only 1
Silos, in Castile, are the mouldering, young bride, Allifra in her arms, kissed grief rot the death of the good knight Geology,
yet magnificent monuments of the once her with her tenderness or a sister, and Don Menlo, and hie reverence fOr his tore of II
preen! and chivalroue family of Hin- conducted her into the castle. In the memory. The tender and faithful Don. ror variot
Noss. Among these, technes the mar- mean this Don Munio sent forth mis- na Maria soon followed bet lord to the enter into
, ble figure of s keight,in complete armor. sives in ovary direction. end bad viands tomb. On one of the stones of a small what it wi
4 with the halide, dressed together, as if of all kinds collected from the country arch, beside his sepulchre, is the fol- is to exam
''''' in prayer. 00 the aide or 1;4, tomb is round I and the weddiog or the Moor- lowing simple inscription. 'Hic jacit result is 8
5e sculptured in relief a band of Christian ish lowers woe calobreled with all pos- Maria Palacio, nor Alunonis Sancti a vast arm
i f, Cavaliers,capturing it cavalcade amide eibla state and festivity For fifteen De Fitfojosa ; 'thire lies Maria Pal ous end li
' , and female Moore ; on the other side, day the ebollo Wall giverl.io ro joy and acin wife of Munio Sancho de Hine- the farm
11 the same eaVeliers are represented kneel
revelry.There were tiltingPs end jousts jose: taming to
, 4, ing before an alter. The tomb, like at the ring, and bull-fights, and ban. The legend of Don Munio Sancho if an il
most of the neighboring monuments, is quote, and Anon to the sound of mina does not conclude with his death, On tem lyV
. Imost n ruing, and the sculpture is
A istrelliy; , When theliteen days. were the same day on which the battle took useful .,
nearly t- )inteMgible, exeepting to the:at end, be made the bride and bride- place on, the plain er Salmanars, a chap. le to be!,,,
keen 0y0-4k:the antiquary.' The 'tort groom oragaificent, present'', and coo. lain Ott liolvTemple at Jekusalem, and 'WA
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connected with the 'sculpture, however. ducted them and their atiendatitit'safai
is still preserved bi- the old Spanish, 'wend the borders Such in old time,.
chronicles,. and is to the following 'purr- were the courtesy and generosity of a
In olden times, several hundrea Years Several years; after Lthili event, the
ego, there was a noble esstillian cave King of Castile summoned his nobles
tier, named Don Menlo Sancho ds Hilt., to assist hink in a campaign against the,
ojoes, tord of a border castle, which Moors. Don Min Saneho was tinlOtig
had stood the brunt of many a Moorish the first to an,twer the coil, wittilieven;
foray. He had seventy horsemen as! ty horsemen, all staunch and.weit-iried
his household troope, all of the ancient t warriors. His v ife,, ILIUM Mara
Castillian proof; stark warriore, hard hung abquthis neck. !Alas, my lord
riders, and men of tron with these be exclaimed sh-e, .hOw Pen wilt thou
scoured the Moorish lands and made tempi thy tile,- and when will thy thirst
his name terrible througliout the bor. for eloiv be appeased? ' ,
dere. Its eaetle hall pas covered with 'One bn'tile more,), repti-ed Don Ma'
banners, and scymetars, and Moslein nil).- gone battle more, for the honor of
helrne, the trophies of his proweiqr. old Castile, end i here make a vow,
Don Munio was, moreover, a keen that when this is over, I will les by my
huntsman ; and rejoiced in bounds of sword, and repair with my cavaliers in
all kinds, steeds for the chase, and pilgrimage to the sepulchre of our Lord
hawks for towering sports of falcon at Jetuselem.' The cavaliers sit joined
When not engaged in warfare, his des with him in the vow, and Donna Maria
light was te beat up the neighboring felt in some dcgree soothed in spirit ;
forests and scarcely ever clidhe ride still, she paw with heavy heart the de
forth, withut bound and horn, or bears parture of her buitband, and watched his
spear in his hand, or a hawk upon hie banner with wishful eyes, until it disap.
fist, and an attendant train of huntsmen peered emong the trees of the forest.
His wife, Donna Maria Palacin, was The King led his army to the plains
of a gentle and timid nature, little fitted of Salmanara, where they encountered
to be tbe spouse of a hardy and adven- the Moorish host near .11cles. The
turous knight ; and many a tear did battle was long and bloody ; the Chiles
the poor lady shed, when sallied forth tians repeatedly wavered-, and were &slag worthy knight, aod sejeniy of his
upon his daring enterprises, and many often rallied by the energy of their corn. followers, had been elain in battle.
a prayer did she offer up for hie safety. menders. Don Munio was covered with !These, therefore, must have been tbe .
As this dougbly cavalier waa one day wounds, but refused to leave the field. , Wearied spirits of these Christian war
bunting,,he sta0oried himself in a thick. The Christians at length gave way, and 'Os, come to fulfil their vow of pil.
et, on the borders of a green glade of the king was hardly pressed, and in grimage to the Holy Sepulchre at Jeru
the forest, and dispersed his followers, danger of being captured. salem. Such was Christian faith of
to rouse the game and drive it towards' Doe Wink) called upon hie cavaliers oldsn times, which kept hie faith be..
his stand, He he'd not been here long, to follow him to the rescue. 'Now is yond the grave.
when a cavalcade of Moore of both sex. the time,' cried he, lie prove your toy. If any one should doubt of the mirae
es came prenkling over the forest lawn. silty. Fall to like brave men! &coils apparition of these phantom
They were unarmed, and magnificient- fight for the true faith, and if we lose knights, let him consult the History of
ly dressed in robes, of tissue and em. our lives bete, we ga n a better life bete. the Iliings of Castile and Leon, by the
broidery, rich shawls of India, bracelets after. learned and pious Fray Prudencio de
and anklets el gold, and jewels that Rushing with his men between the Samloval, bishop of Pamplona, where
sparkled in the sun. king and his pursuers. they checked the he will find it recorded in the history
At the head of this gay cavalcade, latter in their career, land gave time for 011ie king Don Alonzo VI. id the bun.
rode a youthful cavalier, superior to the to escape; but they fell dred and second page. It was too pre.
rest in dignity and loftiness of demeaa. victims to their loyalty. Thev ell fought clods a legend to be lightly abandoned
or, end in splendor of attire ; begirt(' him to the last gasp. Don Menlo was sin.. to the douoter,
was a damsel, whose veil, blown aside gled out by a powerful Moorish knight,
by the breeze, displayed a face of nue. but having been wounded in the right t Prom the Genesee Partner.
passing beauty, and eyes cast down in arm, he fought to disadvantage, and E. UCATION OF FARMERSNo.
maiden modesty, yet beaming with ten. was slain. The battle being over, the 'ACLU riEs FOR KNOWL
dames, and joy. Moor paused to possess himself of thio , . 'DGE. ,0
DOn Munio thanked his MN'S for redoubtable. Christien..worrior...Whea,,,,..Me Tucess-1 haveintready hazel(' ',
sending him such a prize, end exulted be. unlaced' the- helinet, however, and ed the opinion, that fe'imers; even 'in'
Re the thought of bearing home to his beheld the countenance of Don Memo, their present neglected firtate. posiessed
wife the glittering spoils of these infl- he gave a great cry and emote his breast. s greater amount of useful knowledge,
dela. Putting his huntinphorn to his 1Wo is me cried he; have slain my than any other class of the community.
lips, he gave a blest that rung through benefactor The flower of kosightly also believe that their knowledge in
the forest. His huntsmen came run- virtuethe most magnanimous of cav- very limited compared with what ii
ning from hil marten, and the aston- alarm!' inight beof they understrood and appre..
kilted Moors were surrounded and made , elated what .thet elteade noasees. end
Med Moors were surrounded and made mated what thee already poesesi,.and
, . .
captive& While the battle had been raging on their facilities for acquiring more. It
Tbe beautiful Moor wrung her heeds the plain of Se !muerte, Donna Maria must be entirely evident, if their amount
in despair, and her female 'ettendante Palacin remained in her castle, a prey of lidewleclge is large and saleable
uttered the most piercing crier,. The to the keenest anxiety. Her eyes ere without efforts to acquire it, or eveti he
young Moorish cavalier alone retained ever fixed upon the road that led from mg aware that that, possess it, that a
self poseessien. He wired the name the country of the Moors, and ofien ehe alight attention to the means of n
ot the Christian knight who cemmand- asked the watchman of the tower, 'what provement they possess, would greatly
ed this troop of horsemen. When told seest thou ? ' enlarge their stores of science, and coo
that it was Don Munio Sancho de Hins One evening, at the shadowy hour of Ale them to apply it to greater helmet,
ojesa, his countenance lighted up. Ap- twilight, the warden sounded his born, both pf themselves end of :he commuh
preaching that cavalier, and kissing his 'I see,' cried he, 'a numerous train wind oily. ' - ,
hand, 'Don Munio Sancho,' he said, 'I mg up the valley.There are mingled Neither farmer& nor any other etas!
have heard of your fame as a true and Moors tin,1 Christians The banner et of the community can perhaps be ton
valiant knight, terrible in arms, bu my lor i is in the advance. Joyous ti strongly impreseed with the fact, that
echeoled in the noble virtues or chival- dings!' exclaimed the old seneschal : isefullknealedge moist princit elle in
ry. Such do 1 trust to find you. In 'my lord returns in triumph, and brings in acquaintance with men and thing
rne you behold Abadil, son of a Moor- captives!' Then the cutler courts rang wi h the venous preductiontir of the
ish Alma. I am on my way to cel- with shouts of joy ; and the standarri hree great kingdoms of nature, an,i
abrate my nuptial" with this lady; chaece was dieolayed, an'd the trumpets were nate, vegetables and mineralsthe
teas thrown us in your power but I con- sounded, and the draw-bridge was low aws which govern them, and the rale
tide in your magunimity. risks all our ered, end Donna Maria went forth with 'ions which they ihstain to eaefi whir,
treasures and jewels ; demand what her ladies, and her knight', enJ her pas For any man to be acquainted Willi Ills
ransom you think proper for our per- ges, and her minstrels, to welcome her lien species, and empecially with him.
eons, but suffer us not to be insulted or lord from the wars. But' as the train self, a great amount and a vast Weill
cliatinnored.' drew nigh, she beheld a sumpiumis bier, of kbewledge. To know the eye ,we
When the young knight heard thie covered with black velvet, and on it lay must underetand optics. An Regnairl
eppeal. and beheld the beauty of the a warrior, as if taking his repose. He iance with our lunge acquires I know!-
, youthful pair, his heart was touched lay in his armor, with his helmet on his ,dge of the atmosphere Rnd of merry ird
I with. tendernese and courtesy. 'God head, and his sword in his hand, as lire principles of chemical science.fi'l;
I forbid,' said he, eh et ? should disturb one who had never been conquered. ane ienowledge of the laws of beetle impliet
wuch happy nuptuals. My prisoners in around the bier were the escutcheons, in intimate acquaintance with out "tie
troth shall ye be, for fifteen days, ims of the house of Hinejoes. inatomy ,and physiology, as it dries,weit
mured within my castle, where I claim, A number or Moorish cavatiers sts 'he numerous imbalances treed, for foot
as conquerer, the right of celebrating tended the bier,with emblems of mourn. 'rid for med.teinc An aaeneintleci
, your espousals.' ing, anti with dejected countenances ; with our social and moral conðitiore
So saying, he 1100n despatched one of and their leader MI himself at the fees and relations, as connected o4 Will 0.1
his horsemen in advance to notify Don- of Donna Maria. and hid his fare in his treat human family, and eepecielly es&
na Maria Palacin of the coming of this bends. ' ' She beheld in him the giillant our Creator. implies knowlidge- 'Mil
bridal party ; while he and his huntsman Medd, whom she had once welcomed more deep and extensive. .,, ii':'4,'
escorted the cavalcede., not es captors), with his bride to her icastle, but who Arid how is an int mate and listen,
but as a guard of heater.. As they drew aow came. with the body of her lord, Rive knowledge of men and things, to bil
near the castle, tha banners were hung whom he,had unknewiegly Blain in hat- acquired ; by a' ditect sod daily Inter
out, and the trumpets anunded frnm the Ile! , course with them'. by, shuttieg one's scl
battlements ; and en nearer approach, up in a closet atid, imagining what the,
the draw bridge wee lowered, and Don. The sepulchre erected in the cloisters are, or hy procuring front honks teeim
na Maria came forth to meet them, et-. of the convent of San Domingo, was aginatinn anther" on the eubjecre ' ,
tended by her ladies and knights, her achieved at the expenee of the Moor Until within a few leers p,set, almos
pages and her minstrel& She leek her Abadil, itil .a feeble testimony of his the only mode in which the science) c
young bride, Allifra in her arm& kissed grief for the death nf the good knight Geology, or a knowlediee et tlo ',true
her with her tenderness of a sister, and Don, Munin, and hie reverence for his tura of the earth,'; was tequired, We
conducted her into the castle. In the memery. The tender and faithful Don. for minuet clams' of philoaTuttee;i-
mean tittle Don Munio sent forth mis- na Maria soon followed bet lord to the enter into the ispeculatiorey-e'we:
in to intisieùwn lin
sives in every direction, end had viands tomb. On one of the stones of a &tall whet it. WaSo
of all kinds collected from the country arch, beside his sepulchre, is the fol. is to examineThe
31erkinds of approved noun
round I and the weddiog of the Moors lowing simple inscription. 'Hic jacit result is nth tient.
ervill ri.oll on model'.
ish levers was celebreted with all pos. Maria Palacin, nor AI:monis Sancti a vast amounri, July 30110839 tr. '
ibis) state and festivity. For fifteen De Floojosa ;'ilere lies Maria Pals ous end wer t
days the teed was giveniup lb iv and acin, wife of Munk) Sancho de Hinos the farmeralTONlit Preli '
revelry.There were tiltings and jousts joss. ' taming to mine nt tab.. :
at the ring, and bull-fights, and bans The legend of Don Munk' Sancho
quote, and Anus to the sound ot mins does not conclude with his death, On tanicfeasyn
,letreleiy; , When theliteen days. weirs the same day on which the battle took useful . .' ' 'le
vi ni sP39H I L.A, D,, E,. IA P, I1.14A:.;
- ,, , . ,e- , ' ..,,ce
. at end, he made the bride and bride- place on, theplain of Salmanara, a chaps le to 1)1;5 , , - ,' -'' :, ét-witt
. , .
ducted them and their atteridaritamafei
lieyond the borders Such in old time-.
were the courtesy and generosity of a
Several years; after Lthis event, the
King of Castile summoned hi nobles
to assist hire, in a campaign against the
Moors. Don Mtinio Sancho was among'
the first to anaiver the coil', withlieven;
ty horsemen, all staunch and weit-trted
kite standing at the outer gate beheld
a train or Chrihtian cavaliers advancing,
me if in pilgrimage. ':The'chaplain wea
native of Spun, end se the pilgrimii
approached,. he knew the foremost-tre
Don Munio Sanclio .deitincsjosa,1
With,, whom he had beeW well acquaint,
PO iti forthor.fiteeee7Hastening to die
palierchAle- told him of the honorable
rank of the pilgrims at the gate. The
payierch-, therefole Old forth with a
pond procession Vprieat and monks,
and' received the pilgrims with all due
honor. There were ,seventy cavaliers,
beeidCe their leader, all stark and .104,,.
warliers.. They carried their li-dmets,'
in their handik and their faces were'
deadly pale. They, greeted no one, nor',.
looked either to the right or to the 10,1
but entered the chapel end kneehng befd
fore the sepulchre of our Savthur, per.
formed their orisons in silence. When
they had cone uded, they rose as if to
depart, and the patriarch and his 'men.
dents advanced to speak to them, but
they were no more to be seen. Every
one marvelled what could be the mean.
ing of this prodigy. The patriarch
carefully noted down the day, and sent
to Castile to learn tidings of Don Mo.
niq Sancho de Hinojose. He received
for reply, that on the very day specified,
provement they poosess, would greatly t
'' ' 'Ivey
- -' r telpalo a 9 yours,
enlarge their stores of ricience, and ert4. ti-,:,,,: - , , , .
4 ham lie barl'ocine, then to TRY.
i s ,,, ',. , , ..-s,!,), ill, HOLBROOK
hie them to apply it to greater holent, . ,,J., ... ,t , !-;.
both of therneelves and of :he commuh, :. - - i,...:::iir.4-i- - -
nay. - '.- ."' ANEC PTE. Original and true.
Neither farmers, nor any other etas!
of the community can perhaps be toki man aped, parte and infinite humor,
tVir Fraoliy Ar----, who wee a gentle..
itrongly impresged with the fact, that
isefultknoiviedge conairita i i II ill .ised-wOlt much pleasantry to relate the
Prnc-16-3'-- '',,lIciivitig anecdote, art bed occurred to
in acquaintance with men and
wi h the various productioni of the il v io' the ' neighborhood had won hial
things in,when a young man. A young la
hree great kingdoms of nature, an,i
nate, vegetables and minerritathe IN it;Siis addresses. During the court.
Orration.and he commenced paying
aws which govern them, and the rale , lb he sometimes supped with the la.-
'ions which they iristain to each whirr, d re forsily,whan he was always regaled
For any man to be acquainted 4'4,4 Isla
livn species, and especially ith bi
w--- ---111' till being of a seriotte turn,was genii..
w'i .h a homelv dish ol mush and milk
,elf, a great amount and a vast eatem
ilt, tovitatt to say grace over the,,v-t9
of kbowledge. To know the eye ,we litititennes Prank, did not tat itt,.i.i' -
of khowledge. To know the eye ,wri iitti.i4p.pe; ira-nlyl'idneTtelf-VI:l'
must understand optics. An Requain 44illie tingly of the rats :10:-kr,o(years
tance with our lungs acquires t know',
dge of the atmosphere Rnd of minty, 'if self., nrot,'. he .admired,Vairmwr "
4ircumetancee, i dirOvettr,t!
Ihe principles of chemical scienc&'' 7 ,,A omý bioidet4 be was ei, thowarioup
irnowledge of the laws of health lmpliss dad l e:, eetild obtain, Ittny'svittiod in
in intimate acquaintance with our own ',1,141.-14i4441,t;Ite4 14'1,S4 tret!TI
inatomy and physiology, as it dries with ,iiieýo ,. goii, 44.10eib,'i;';:f,y,:, ,,;.
,ha numerous substances used for food c,t,s0) 4111,14" 4 ;sive' IA' :. ,,7 ,
,n,1 1.,. An, b I r a di ;.1; n A A IP lb AIN f' di t in it ik NS PM ' L -- i , 110 . , SIM
rid for medieine. An aPipiaintinee '''',:.",7,1:1,,;;11."- 17m'sie- f :. ,m'' or41;;a
with our social and moral nontlitioo .,-.27' -o,,:., ..14.- '14 f.'Ifolitmiff.h.le,luarlraPries, be
,inrl relationa, ea connected N WO Sit e 7" 0 ''. bo- ard bad b 'own ript. ,SY0.1.37 , (),,,,th.ii
treat human family, and sopecially wnol, ,1,-:',". - , , : '. '11 ',,,- -
riur Creator, implies knowlidge ilili tunurt:Li;;"l'ait:::ilynirli"drkmet'115 i,'''' '
Ana... thbara anfl e laikt.thmn . ' 4 ' '.4 4.- 4; - - - - I - - 4 I 6 ' 11,41(11
' ''. - ' ' ' . A tre Ctill:
more deep and extensive. '4, dm tru Wee erne Ona Pledsinq
Arid how an int mate and exist,-
Rive knowledge of man and llunga to bp o'er foie schttem,:11,',, Rtudy,..2.1
acquired ; by s' direct sod daily Inter- bv 144 the ,titAyll;q a'Ady
course with them', by shutting meal self totak wol ne, Sew ow
up in dose; sod imagining what they, i3erlbrrLd11,611'
are, or by procuring from books trim cm; e re'heeetocter.Ttl"hrecar.uu,',u
flirtation anther. en the euhieeft toe ett PTutily and Mem,
Until within a few 'years pew, elmoat
the only mode in which the science th king ;et a r free ,
bu. betin suce,estd , 3. tr
Geology, or a knowledite of ttlt btruc- t.pperAtio .A
1 inq 14ps'n'r'id N'io7'n-r-v! li-t" gill tP.(1 ("'fitsticture,. tigi '' i
rlding''.1,uVelmmegial7ii raw.olilliirr-e:tirig r, Au e lsa taking some 00Ia .1's -, orw' it;ve""' -
sive knowledge of man and things to bp o'er foie schtatat,111,,',, ,,It.r.u.litioirg' tour illt,)e tuyi embers a'a thotit wp 1 webi crt, ; , ,.:,
...-Apds--h-ory,...;--ani-n-1.01';110 und''elrelet-r. the tto rut, amine pnel stite,:is
acquired ; by a' direct end daily inter- by taitgiot the- Ai V' A G 1 . L ,t t t
,,- --ILI ,IN.,,-, . -114i;p1 no ,.ear.in, ,i, j034:3,1!Pu barid Dockw dirtmlew'r ebirgo-sf.4,,, ,; )
course with them', by abutting ona'ar self tole04 lititt Tit,.,,,-:,,'., 4, )-Seir ownply,4 tt
',Jou(' ast" ith te-y kirru.;117'" d , ex end, ', ' ' :''
up in a closet arid, imagining what they, ,isi, i'itil 0)4w:a i,,,,roirltid toire,lecVI,, 4.'14;alIng' vi .,edient,' - ''''''I'rei io !lime ' 'S.-,
are, or by procuring from books 0'1, it110, ceur; e reimeeineter, Ttlubrocaknu,7,r'j', :d:r't Ttuund',.:54'etors,vi 11'4 ,,,,:,,; ,, .. . ,4 ,
aginatinn of oilier. on the eubjecti .
''iO ilitit wrr.---11Ver
r,.,,Iroil thou aittad; ,: .
Until within a feet 'years peel, almoat bu up been seee,eley.A., . , . 3 t,'"-w kountry , - etr!',,,t the emmr - 1- , , !,.. '',, , ,'
ble wl 111181'8'e- Prrl'aruly and ahem, -,yr"
c I ry A WT.- ' iglitl4" sten
-kat, or WINO yOU s 1, e ,,,,,k,frl, - :,..;,, - s , A ... -
the only mode in which the science or L r billitclinwthl ne r7 -r ,, N. : . :IA--
-A.. - r th '
Geology, or a knowledAe of tirt bittle as Ìslee:orAh iillaruana a int.,' e . , . ,, ei .11 .. , 4 a dismiss with whttl:, ,
king 3 - .1; rree (.. - - , AO.
tore of the earth,';vres Mired, Wile..g tne stomectr:rileuin,tri''reulera. t tt,,h lng t.mroe cr 6 .- 1....,,,;.;,..,4 -....ntt , - A A
neology, or a onowleom Of tret Artie- 1 ce otAtiosuroure ori , vor -
tore of the earth,'; was tequireti,
for varioue classes' of philoant4row."-"Arnithy tone to all late, faoðv, 66, V,OntCh d - "
have erten very, aftlieted
Init ion of T Dr r,,,
enter into the speculatior ting,the int-ensible!Aelice
vel 10,'! (Ate a umitentt,lak unibt.
what it was. The rdr I w matory action, tn.., or olio V u,s, ;;;4311402.1 ' Litor to Dr. Aim!'
y eell on model'. primly. and vi,,,rop!
oremoveR .L-t ,
BOCIETY t , -
wee a: 9 Imm"." eum,telteunt :411 h. i.og itIgit44 oreto ;JP a &sow with whicl:,
'not c '9 Cs
tore or the earth,'; etas tegoired, Stotnach71118"greut to), 1.ng 3 ' - d -'
ror verioue clams' or phikent)110"4-1 Nam), tone to ati lZhey tooðr, 661,t.ontch 11 have seen very afflicted ,4 I
enter into the tapeculatior -'1"411617.u"" ting the int-ensiblerAeface Liver, (0,ele a
, excellent trieh ogolefill Dr- r "'
enter into the tapeculatter..---;------1-- ung,ule (1114rtimtnt,!(.:43elbge (LAY Ur, rt Hp ;s ,,,,,,,atig a ineeuentLiicsna f , r
meaty action, Gni or the VII u,;;;;431e.viroo.1.. ! ., ...-----'-o.", 1tter,to Dr,. Aire
what it' Wiiii The Vy Will sell , on model'. ,
energy, and vigcrotr. -,', oremovm,,,, v di 1-' .litOcIETY. ti - ' -
' r e
is to examine itilikinds of approved coun- ,o'tf'''. arts, 1,
must consoont ns,, .. -, , lw.." -,,,, r 34 at . , , not a c,'9, 0
, . .tat . ,
result is such tient.
. , - . ...... ,..,,,,, . , factor- . he,'ç U n "t t the rote 1 - ,i 1 h
..,,iPtory ,to those w to
. . . . , u onv A fa it( 410 . k ',it afro' ,I. ,
T ', h ma ty 'n-. 00- u11,6 11"'i 6, a ten" tutted wr,,, '
' than the farmer t . Who il more con. to woo Me tidy love, but left ber to ttli ,
etantly ler' More intimately engaged to undieturbed poleseion of hie more' fOr - -'.
the various departments of animate and Matte neat. ' . - , ' '
Inanimate creation i Who has a bet- I , ' . ll ... ' . .
ter opportunity or stronger inducements ' "The heavens declare the glory of God; and ., ..
to study himself t To examine calmly' the firmament ebeenth his handy work..', '''':'' .' .
and ',dispassionately hie own a moral Ps. xix l ' ', ; '''...,' '''''.. ' .... . ..10, -
character and relation., and the duties ' . There are few senterees in, any !aware . ,,.., -,
arising from that character-and those which contain more of trite subUmiry tire tiiit'.:- -,- ,,',.
relations to hie fellow man and hie CreN. above. The idea of being omnipotent pi'd'sll:.--,:, ' :
ator I Whiiie more favorably situated wise. could scarcely be conveyed in a stfle thdlii to. : '
for gathering daily ricb treasures front simple and forcible rill's manner morikeguil : l''' ,
the inexhaustible mine or knowledge fel and comprehensive, While it asserts the 1,40 '':: - . . .
contained in th e Bible t ' ,fit , ini of God, at the same time it carries the mInd
' The facilities which all faimers pos- sway to that- glorious 'and boundlesi field' in , ,
setieloi iglu inng knowledgermay ,bo" whistb;avery Nevi's gaze upon; litroishes is,, '.,,:-.,
greatly increased by some very tionve!'"
nient arrangements for improving unniestibli evidence et the greet and irnpoitant. 1.- LI ... '
other. The first Lyceums. coirsieted of
each truth. And what is there in the boundless uni ,
ts Few flamers and mechan'te. Their - ar.
verse, palpable to the sense, that so plainly artd
clearly reflect the omniscient mind, u thereat ,
&Torte, unpretending and !limbic ae
tem of innumemble Worlds costrolle'cl by ' .
they were, have already been felt over "8 princp , . ' . - , '
unerring les and moving dunng a long : ,
the whole globe. Lyceums, consiettng .
of farmers and others in the persuite of series of age. with uninterrupted harmony. .:,,'s,., , .
business, have 'uniformly been better Nor is it alone the vainneu of dte work, nor
and longer susteined, than those corn. its unfathomed mystery,that creates wonderand ,
posed alb literary classes. They do admiration. The untutored savage may gaze
more for themselves and more for fearful awe, and tremble while ha , s
upon it with
others. Experience fully proves that ,
they can do more in aid of the literary learns& divine existence. But, u scientegrad
ually develop. it. phyisical laws and clears li,, :
classes than tba literary classes can in ' IsaY the darkness io which human ignorance ,
aid of them. 1 hao enshrouded them, the mind.contemplate. -
And what prevents any farmer, or the work with increasing pleasure, and renew. '
any farmer's child being a member of a ed admiration t and the soul feel. still more of r
social or a more general Lyceum t wonder, while analysing thole law's, SO team '.
They, in fact all other classee, bus ing their simplicity, than could be exPerienced
their Lyceums of eome kind. It may from the profound mystery. .
be 'a tattling, a petty scandal or tip-1 The admirable combination of principles so' 'ri,', -) , ',
Ong Lyceum. it may im a gambling,' apparently simple in themselves, to produce an ' . '
swearing, horse-racing or a ahooiting effect so stupendous and sublime, le one of tho .
match Lyceum. And why not one for
botany, geology, chemistry, strongest and most irresistible proofs of 'the nig , ,..1' , -
or mine neration of ahnightv newer. under the stu' idanee ' '
botany, geology, chemistry,
other deportment or science!
r "m peration of almighty power, under the guidance
WV! nt an infinitA intitilioAnttA. The mnre intantiv
not neighbors meet for aiding each ther ,--.
o an in nite intelligence. The more intently ., - ,
other deportment of science!
in the best mode of !aiming or preeerv. the work is scanned, the more deepiy it id inves-... , , - ''
ing fruit, roots or other vegetables; or tigated, and the more intimately man become" ,.. ,. . '
acquainted with it, the greater becomes our ad, ' ' .' , .;
worms and other animals I, w'hy not miratien ; and the
for raising beef, pork, poultry silk
hold their social meetings for netting more firmly te tbe Noumea& ' .. :
fixed in tha soul, that a Supreme Intelligence, ' '
efforts in diffusing the light of s lance
creates, directs, and governe alla ' '4,- , ,,', ' ,, '
and of the gospel to eonte dark fuer Let him who doubts the being of God. turn- ,,-,,, '' :
trifled! What plan could be loped
of the earth where it bee not yet:fena.. his eYee uPwarde ee the heeeeetcand e"mtn". ' '
with his own heart. He will hardly douht 6604 '''''itt' '
intimate knowledge of the
to acquire a more ex ensivim wore sentiment of the poet. this, - ''4 . ;i
inhabitants. than ti, direct intercourse .
cob' ,04 ih, ''',,-0,An undevout modnomer is mad: " or that; ,-
gioff of efod; and ' . .at
7The:Itoavens etiolate The
with yarious parte of it, il s'airmito cal .01ti frroanrsotilhoweth his hat diwork."Prod ., '. , -' 7 '
kid& "'itc,,proaariate - i'd thi;''' 4ioci,pito, si.rysawec.,,'"'"'',:. ,,-..0 , ,..- ,, ,' ., ,, 44-1.77,'
bounties of our ereatni 1 , So ( ' '4'4'"'""s"-"----------'''---- ---, - ',-:-'---
r te " jot love the still,'es ills quiet knobbed . ' ,i ' ''
k ' ti.
rifbet ut higher deltakt to the , o
amueoment be 'build whilli w I i d .-...'t,t
iror sci4ce;. the, chattering wife. ,.. , , ,-. ,),,
members 'or farmer's elm" yo At, ,I, . Fliers s music IP thy sole, as Ills .,,' .., ,, ,
1 , 0
1 thousands have altsady li.i.,,,t,fia;f nti 117' k a
nice young man said to his noisy new ,,''',I.f ',,,,, ,
aye with the eamexciults, why,shcold """ ' .
any farmet.ina,rsot his childres, why
I should he Zt.t aidliltem i -dire i'
, ft C Ill
,. toe said to the little one. . , , it, ..,1..-
' You're always corne d,' es tho big "'" .,' -
their afro ,;,; Yi,-.111; pursuits of science, Dad Things.--An-unfaitilful iervait J1 ' ' '
forAhe dosil.lry"'Orpnee of ii,)proving a smoky , bowie, a stumbling borse,f ''',-..,$, 1
il,iiimeelvtio' ,,, sottakding in tho diffusion a scolding Wet en aching tooth,' ii,",' '' ,,,:,:-
(:. liansfledge Over, the globe! ' I can empty puree, an undutiful child-, an,- ,,, il .' ..-
tidd Wiling tqrator, propoite nothing ceesant talker, a dull razor, moyrao,,,'Abie ' ',,k
better, for tlinirwbolave doubts. or for a fog, and a subscriber that '''',.-,raaid - ,
A l'tv . ,
them who hary'rlone. than to TRY. for his paper. ,. - t. -';'-; - ,.i,
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r. el mode for comr404,1;;. - t,,, -;.;',.'. ,10"14. !,,", ',' I ,,- 't,, '
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r the monument be stsh. snp.ðinciiitytt coo JP ,,..'k
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t,,,Vir'Sball frfite cs,,Ircmsy id ' ' r,,, N
g le- it probably as bbetwto sitic9rlirk's 0.frA V& ',1,', ;:, . '.''''
hie stage of procee?'ntAn. el' Sklur,k,Y.ork., ' '------.:-. .''''
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tying a new substripttovaro botat'Ye6'4,,1'---.' ' '-',1- ' ,
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le la- to the top of tr,711. (whiaLefttrivV:iir7 :: ;
galed Plete, thfIrti.$) p Ohl or ;17;:vo,Int': , ' 4
milk , -A rr; ,j,:zis i ail) - ,Itt,thr Al!: - , 1.1',
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exPect A ' i irt, '-1. Fn.' .,, - ''t ' 'I
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tr. , in. tor. ner, 1111111n IS ut6 ,
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a vast amount July 81111 their aVIvitti hard w mei PaY the fttlt;--A adorn '
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h"'" ""4 y-eettling art. T---
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the ratmerialTONtt PIT with
mining toxtutpli nt tab.. Trè.70(4.jj'
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. pSINTED AND PUBLISHED connected With the "sculpture, however.- ducted them and their attendant trafei " While standing st the muter gate beheld than the farmer t Who il more coo... to woo his lady love, but lett ber to the . 1 ,...-
e:l s '. . ' , B . , . , -
is still preserved bY- the old Spanish eeyond the borderes Such in old dine-. a train of Chrihtian cavaliers advancing, Handy 'Or' more intimately engaged in undieturbed posession of his more for - -. - ,-
'''' ' '1 ' '' iIIILL & MITCIIENER.
( I ' - ', ' chronicles,. and is to the following pur- were the courtesy and generosity of a lie if in pilgrimage. '', The chaplain wee the !anew, departments of animate and mate rival. ' . - - , : ' ' '
,:-.4,1,,, ' i native of Spam, and se the pilgrim., inanimate creation! Who has a bet-1 , .
Spanieh cavalier. , .
TERAIS , ,,
,, , , , In olden times, several hundrea Year, Several years; after lothior event, the approached,. he knew: the foremost, ire ter opportunity or stronger inducements i "The humus dectere the glory ofDedi and - ' . ' .
te I a . The Ohio Democrat and Advertiser, will be , , .
ct ego, there was a noble castillien cave- King of Castile summoned hie nohleo be Don Meet Sancti . de LIiitiojose, 10 study himelf I To examine calmly' the firmament elm,weth his handy work.2 - . . ,.., , , ,
latthlished weekly, at $2,00 per annum, if pat I.
, , ''',.,. ,,', , r within six mootho, or.. $2,50 at the end of the ler. named Doe Muni Sancho de Hitt.. to aseist hire, in a campaign against the, Wilk, whom he had tiees well acquaint, and ',dispassionately ble . own to moral Ps. six I. . ':: :. ''',2,:- ''':'' .. , ,,,,,., , ':
, , ,, year. ..
sIlli ' ' ''' . : .i -' 'PRIDE OE ADVERTISING.
cdoes, lord of a border castle, which Moore. Don Mirnin Saneho was among
had stood the brunt of many a Moorish I the first to answer the cell', with-seyens peleareli,lier told bun of the honorable arising from that character--
on in former :timermo'Hastening to the character and relatione, and the duties . There are few senterees In, any larvae . . ,,,,,, :, ' .. j, ',,
and those which contain more of true sublimity tiro' the't'..;,,,,- ,...e,,,' ' I ',,;',,i!
.,, ft,. -, ., .... ,,l,, One gnus three.insertions, $1 00 foray. He had seventy horsemen as! ty horsemen, all staunch and, well-trted reek of the pilgrims at ' the gate. The relations to hie fellow man and his Cres above. Ths' idea of being omnipotent Odin. s:',',':', ', ,'" 1 3-, .,,..;
,, , - ', 'Every additional insertion, 25
his household troop., all of the ancient t warriors. His v ire,. Derma Mara Pelriarch., therefoie Went forth with a Ater I Whole more favorably situated MIL a0Old scarcely be conveyed In a steIe rho-res.' - ': - : ,..;".,A''
'' 1 ' ,.. larger tharged in pmportion.
proof; stark warriors', hard 'I hung ehout his neck. , !Alas, my lord !' grand procession 4f'erieste and monks, for gathering daily rich treasures hem simple and forcible or in'a manner moriheeurie :: l'.' si ,,' ,,'-';.';',
-lt liberaV di unt made to those who ad- Castanet) , , , ,
riders, end moo of trOD ; with these be exclaimed sh-e, hew ellen wilt thou arid' received the pilgrims with all due the inexhaustible mine of, knowledge rat and comprehensive, While it asserts the 1,-e '.- . ' ' ,' ',
. . tertiseby the year. - .1.,- .
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All Letters and communication', mud be
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Ida remember me, ', , - scoured the Moorish lands end made tempt thy fete, aed when will thy thnst honor. frhere were seventy cavaliers, contained in the Bible I ' ffe , o ing of God, at the same time hearties dm mInd '' ' - . ' 4.-l.,c.:
his name terrible throughout' the bor. for gloiy be eppeabed I ',,,, - , ,oherrides their leader, sij Stark and lofty, ' The facilities which all fainters pos- sway
dem His mole hall was covered with! 'One biatie more ' reptfed Don MI- warners.. They earned their Irilinets seseloi acquinng knowledgeonay,be- oil ,,t,-
. . . , , ,
, banners, and scymetars and Moslem trio, ,one battle more, for the honor of in their henries and their faces were greatly increased by some very conveS- .
, helme!the trophies of' his prowess.
Doe Munio was, moreover, a keen that when No is over, I will lay by my
old Nettle, and I here make a vow, deadly pale. They, greeted no one, nor nient arrangements for impioving each
looked either to the eight or to the left, other. The first Lyceums. consieted of
huntsman; and rejoiced in hounds of sword, and repair with my cavaliers in but entered the chapel and kneehng be-- a few farmers and mechan:ce. Their
ell kinds, steeds for the chase, and pilgrimage who sepulchre of our Lord fore the sepulchre of our Savionr, per. offerer, unpretending and Lumble as
hawks for towering 'Porte of falcon at Jelugalem.' The cavaliers all joined formed their orisons in silence. When they were, have already been felt over
When not engaged in warfare, his de-, with him in the vow, and Donna Maria they had conc uded, they rose as if to the whole globe. Lyceums, consistIng unerring P
to tbat- glorious 'and beundles. field' in . - ' , - ' '' "' ',
ir . , every oteectwe gate upon; ihroishes le. , :r-, :...., ',
.:;ontiratilite evidence-et the greet and irnpoitapt,,,e.. '... -.-4-',' i $..'r.
truth. And what is there in the boundless uni. , . . . -1' ,i. ,!
verse, palpable to the sense, that so pleinly arid -' "t1', '-:'
clearly reflect the omniscient mind, u the vut , ,ieei,
. odds coerrelle'd by . ' ,
system of i.nnumerable w ,, 1 . . . - , , ! ', r:1
oneples, and moving during a long e , 1 ....
? Of two old Elm Trees' 'hada, .
light was te beat up the neighboring felt in some &pee soothed in spirit ; depart, and the patriarch and his atter). of farmers and others in the persuits of series of ages with uninterrupted , , .
harmony.' .:,,'.., , . . ,
With moues sprinkled at their feet, i, ,
r - forests : and scarcely ever didhe ride atilt, she PSW with heavy heart the de- dents advanced to speak to them, but business, have 'uniformly been better Nor is it alone the vutneu of the work, nor . , .,..,-...;
Where my youngchildhood play'd;
hed his they were no more to be seen. Every and longer susteined, than those come ,
t forth, withut hound and horn or bear. parture of her buirban ,
d and watc - -4
disape One marvelled what could be the mean. posed dill literary classes. They do its unfathomed mystery,that createzwonderand ,
. While the rocks above their head , ,
, spear in his hand, or a bawl; upon hie banner with wishful eyes, until it
, admiration. The untutored sivage may gaze . - ' , !,'
Rose up, so stern and gray, . .
. i . . fiet, and an attendant train of huntsmen peered emoog the trees of the forest. ing of this prodigy. The patriarch more for themselves and more for upon it with fearful awe, and tremble while he. , r, ,.:.A. ,
carefully noted down the day, and sent others. Experience fully proves that , .
' ADri the little crystal streamlet near His wife, Donna Maria Palacin was The King led his army to the plains
, Went leaping on its way. !earns a divine existence. But, u scientegrad- .s. : :.
of a gentle and timid nature, little 'fitted of Salmanara, where they eneetintered to Castile to learn tidings of Don Mo- they can do more in aid of the literary
a, - A
There side by aide, they fiourieb'd, to be tbe spouse of ft hardy and adven- the Moorish host near , !Thies. The niq Sancho de Ilinojese. He received classes than the literary classes can in' ually develop. it. phyisical laws and clears ii. : , , .
way the darkness ro which human ignorance , ' .',
V, ' ,, -4. . With intertwining crown, turous knight ; and MIttly a tear did battle was long and bloody ; the Chne, foil reply, that on the very day specified, aid of them. hu enshrouded them, the mind contemplate. .. ",;
. . . -t i!,-,
the poor lady shed, when he sallied forth hens repeatedly wavered, and were es 1 that worth); knight, eod seventy of lue And what prevents any farmer, or the work with increasing pleasure. and renew. .. - ,
And thro1 their broad embracing arms i
upon his daring enterprises, and many ofien rallied by the energy of their cents 'followers, had been Blain in battle. any farmer's child being a member of a ad admiration ; and the soul feel. still more of ,r - .1',
The prying tnoon look'd down. ,
a prayer did she offer up for hie safety. menders. Don Munio WOO covered with !Asset therefore, Met have been the , social Or a more general Lyceum; wonder, ,while analysing those laws, end learn- , '.',
' And I doom'd, as there I linger'd
As this doughty cavalier waa one day wounds, but refused to leave the field. ; b,leesed aPirits of these Christian war- They, in fact, all other choosey, have ing their simplicity, than could be exCerienced , , : "
A musing child alone,
hunting,,he sta0otted himself in a thick. The Christiana at length gave way, and ri it, COine te fulfil their vow of pits their Lyceums of some kind. It nom . , . .,.,,
Sit 'd b m's thought from the profound mystery.
'. ' :i ' .. . . ' - 11,:ericomanhner fmarYsity; throinne. e,on ehor ers greenga eo It Y t g r a ru- . a a ing, a pe y scan a r p-1 ea mire s com mation o princip es so Tos , . . ., , 9.1,,,,
thte fortehet, an'ild. cli'sgstiedr his ifolliodwerst., di aeukeirnmogf Ivb eaien gh caner dedit u r ePdr.e 8:. d c.a. a n dr ein sairtatle msg. to. Isoutebhe , Hwho.altyh Sckehpru181.cthi a ne faqhfebe
i h of pling Llyetterumsee It mttay hor adgiaml) hIitni g.,1 apTpahreeicity .simbpi le inathb.ems.elves,ft; p:roci. ules a'n .,...' :,',', , ''..':s.', ,,' ..;,, 1 f':''.''.
I :1,.. 1de remember me, I
match Lyceum. And why not one. for
Ofall their wealth of leam, his stand, He had not been here long, to follow him to the rescue. 'Now is yorld the grave. strongest and most irresistible rode of the eie ,,,.." - ' . -
r I . ... , . ,
When summer in her radiant loom when a cavalcade of Moore of both sex. hie time, cried he, fie prove your lop. lf any one should doubt alba mirae- botany, geology, chemistry, er "Ise peration of almighty power under the guidance ,' .
I, , .
The burning solstice weaves-.
' - ' And bow, in naked majesty, es came prankling over the forest lawn. silty. Fall to hke brave men! VI e uterus apparition of these phantom other deportment of science!
They were unarmed, and magnificient- fight for the true faith, and If we lose knights., let him ennsult the History of not neighbors meet foe aiding each rthbeYr I of an infinite intelligence. The more intently . - ..
i ' ' the work is scanned the more deeply it ie hives.' ' ; .:, . ''' ' ''
ly dressed in robes of tissue and ern.. our hves bete, we ga n a better life here. the iKings of Castile and Leon, by the in the best mode of raising or preeervo
il - ' They bravtd an adverse sky,
broidery, rich shawls of India, bracelets after. !earned and pious Frey Prudencio de ing fruit, roots or other vegetables; or eget , an t a more intimate y man ecomee ., ', , ,,:
e ! 7, - , : Like Belisarius, doom'd to meet acquadinted dwihth it, the.gre. ateribecomesbour 1.6 : '''.: .:' .. , .'' ''.
. His country's wintry eye. , , miration ; and the M0111 firmly is the senumene -'' ' '' :
, ., :
,, ' I'levrheaerma 'odtrathnrgoeurghstvresattriefulonne ,,, ,
I 'r L' And where the proud magnolia flaunts and anklets of gold, and jewels that Rushing with his men between the SIMIeval, bishop of Pamplona, where for raising beef, pork, poultry eilk
sparkled in the sun.
r o dAe I a t yh el u thhef au
di coary king and his pursuers. they checked the he will find it recorded in the bietory worms end other animals 1 Wbv
at hi iiesr geauyp acre, era Itcoa dt hee, li ah let ierr imn et ha ea irre he Toe ee re,elaapned, gbativtet ht iemye I.:1r!
victims to their loyalty, They all fought dcii:oe ' . "1 fi d th I h B
tudhsea II:dile:Be cDo no dn Ap el ognez. 0 VI il .witiee I (hoe 1 ipur no. he oirloddish ieni r dei fro cu ittii In gmt be oe t li ineghat too; ;1 i ii et tai tie: 0 rzeaa talon,. a i :est r a' nt . agt 01,
Let him who douabts .
Intelligence, - , '
of God. tuts . . ', -. ,i.
' Beneath a southern sun;
And where the sparse end stinted pine r
rest in digntty and loftiness of .demean.
or end in splendor of attire ; horrid(' him to the last gasp. Don Munio was sin. to the douoter,
geed to be lightly abandoned and of the gospel to some dark fuer .
lf, of the earth where it bee not yet:fume, hi. eyes upwards on the heavens. and summons eh .' , -
' with his own heart. He will hardly doulit thee4 et., ,
PlisTorth its sotithre form ....,-. was a dsmsel, whose veil, blown aside gled out by a powerful Moorish knight, ---...... ..,,,, trifled! What plan could be Mleped , ,, .
iment of tee poet. thd, ' .- ,, . S....,:,.
( , ,
A vassal to the northern clou'd, ' by the breeze, displayed a face of stir. but having been wounded in the right t Prom the Genesee Partner. to acquire a more ex ewes. a Wore- le, nt
: , passing beauty, and eyes cast down in arm, he fought to disadvantage, and E. yeATION OF FARMERS-1NT
..o. intimate knowledge Of the eertli'ate
4 ow , , , ,
' . ,, And where the pure unruMed lakes .. , ., Cie firmairrootthowoth his bar diwork."-Proe ., ',. - ' . ,,,....'
, , And to the tyrant storm.
7i;:' 0, , , In placid wavelets roll,
' ",-tven thidevout adronoreer is mad; " or that: ,, ('' , ',.
maiden modesty, yet beaming with ten. was slain. The battle being over, the ,: FACILIriEs FOR KNOWLs Inhabitants. than ri. direct intercourse I ., . .,,
dernese and joy. Moor paused to possess himself of thie , . 'DGE. e - cravens declare The lo of r3nd an ',' ,, ,
. .7. 0,1 with yerious parte or it, m weymettt oi . , oc,,,--,....,....., -, ,, . , ,- ,,,,,,,.,. -;-4:7-ss...
)2,'''' '' -s-- Tbe wonder stricken tout ; . seneing him such a prize, and exulted be. unlaced' the- helinel, however,' and ed the opinion, that fidmereO even' iti beuntietrOf 'our Creatoi 1 , Spa' an'' '.ei.t Iciel; th-e 'WV as the quiet bueband . k '''..,4' ''..e.1
i The pencil's glorious mil, P le t the thought of bearing home to his oeheld the countenance of Don Muni, their present neglected 'Stale. poeieseed amueement he' found whir, w I i d ',i h h 'f ... : ' -':','' -,,e'-.4" el.
' tat te I 0 c tittering wi e.
' è:, - - , ,ii
. , ,
t, . ' , Yet still those old green trees' wore nd emote his breast. a greeter amount of urreful knowled a r bee er higher deligki :to the , ii ge ,,, oe
wife the glittering spoils of these infi- he gave a great cry a g , If . r rhere 8 .
music Irl thy sole,' es Out .2e ....., ...'- , .,,.
Oe whemthe dread Niagara shakes
-,: 'c'''.: ''''''''--. fee sought the temple'. scuiptued i , a
't - .
..!. Depieturid on my heart.
- But many a column in ite dust
Whose wisdom was its stay,
Tor them 1 wiled -and echn,s voice,
Made answer--'where are they I . Den Munio thanked hie stars for redoubtable Christien,warriov...-Whea,:oMe Tucesa--1 haveldready huh! ' kW& lecifirocerinititi - id ' ill", eiontmort .'"''.,11S,:,,,, -,....;,',,';',,,---,---e-------- ' -""----,--Z-"" ' "-::-':-''"'",, ,
1Wo is ' cri d et ' slain m than an otber class of th communi . members 'of ' far r'e ,.temilie .At' ''' '
dela. Putting his hunting,horn to his met e h I have Y .Y , , e , IY , , ,- - .rn e a - n said to his noity new ,:,,:.'..,-r4.' ',,,,, :,.r.
,: ,(ti al.. nice young ma , -0, . , ,,,, .,
lips, he gave a blast that rung through benefactor I The flower of knighoy I also oelieve mat Mem enowleage le Indutianue uave atrea;fritre-.4-1."- . ' knot, ., . ' 'Ii.'''', i - ' 'e
ning from 911 ,quarters, and the aston- &Ural'
, inight beof they understrood end appreo, eny
. ,. ,, 7 ,
, . r
11) . r fine of h.) rosin a smok house, a stumbling bores.'1, .;.,':,, 1 ,
Tbe beautiful Moor wrung her hoed, the plain of Salmanara, Donna Maria must be entirely evident, if their amount fet,Aha &Ur I te P P g . Y
in despair, and her female 'attendant.. Palacin remained in her castle, a prey of kdowledge is large and vatoable 111,14meolvee,; 1101...81,, a
' 'din 'n the diffusion a scolding wife an aching tooth, it, , .
. it ,, 0,,,,,s-a. .
- I ' - 1 d 1 h16- f-'', iii- :-''"
. k , . Years fledt-my native vale I sought, u te, why.elmeld ,
the forest. His huntsmen came run- virtue-the most magnanimous of cav, very limited compared with what . il ,wayie with the same) 'You're always corned,' se tho big ,..'1-7 .',-e.. ft
, 't : . Where still those tall Elm Trees wave. , - , , .4""e", e''''''''
farmer, prevent:his childree.why
i., toe said to the little one. ' . . ' ,.- 4, ,s'..-.0. -
t jelled Moore were surrounded and made crated what thee already peerless, end should be,4"1 eill: "'mg is-'diteciu'e
. - Lay broken in the grave. ' ,-
1.-. ' The encient Ind the white haied men, captivee. While the battle had been raging on their facilities for acquiring more. It their aflit.0. ',blot
' wombs ei seteoce, Dad --mg .
Th 8 -An-unfaithful omit ,), ,:,,,i , ,-:, j ,.
": ' ipi I
1 - uttered the moat piercing crier,. The to the keenest anxiety. Her eyes ere without efforts to acquire it, or eveii lie.! r. koneciedge,,,on . i g . . en utifu c i , en h , ;. ,
'. ' r II e lobe! I can empty purse, an 0 ,, o, ,,, . , la
1 a totieht the thrifty matron,
Whose busy wheel was heard, young Moorish cavalier 1110DO retained ever fixed upon the road that led trots mg aware that they possess it, that a rah! lidliixit- , ,, .
; more, or propose nothing ceesant talker, a dull razor, moris'-.. Jo!' ' -, ;''. ,-: ,
self poseession. He ongeired the name the country of the Moors, and ofien she aligh
.t attention to the means of mi-i aellei, for shirr Who'have doubte, or for a fog, and a subscriber that,.4,,','''.'s laid '' - ' ,'' ,
,i.''',,;.., ., '' ;,...-0,7.,
am. of mornin
When the early be g of- the Christian knight who cemmands asked the watchman of the tower, 'what provement they possess, would greatly therm who hato'rtone, tioth to TRY. for his paper. ,. - . eat,,t' ,,, ;,,,t,,, ,,..' st. .-- -',.
.f, . ' Strange voices fill'd her cot, ' 1 t ,,,,-- .- ...- ..:''. . .
that it was DOn Munio Sancho de Him. One evening, at the shadowy hour of able them to apply it to greeter belefit, : . . . ,
'-, ' 3 HOLBROOK. tide ' , k '
k. el mode for comni,",r - 1,' -:.,,' ' ne ., 4,,,- v
. ' AWoke the chirping bird:
'Strange faces from her window luoledr
Aud 'neath the very vine she trailed,
Her memory was forgot.
'. , .,111;ft a youthful mother,
- Her children round her knee, . ed this troop of horsemen. When told seest thou ? r enlarge their stores of ecience, and en; l'e'',.:.' 2 - '
(dose, his countenance lighted up. Ap- twilight, the warden sounded his horn, both mf themselves end of :he commuh, 'il''' .,.., ',.,' ,;;',.,;..rss---' -
preaching that cavalier, and kissing hie 'I see,' cried he, 'a numerous train wind oily.
hand, 'Don Munio Sancho,' he said, 'I ing up the valley.-l'here are mingled Neither farmer', nor any other etas!
have heard of your fame as a true and Moore find Christians The banner of of the community can perhaps be ton
valiant kni it terrible in arms bu m lor i is in the advance. Joyous ti etrongly impreseed with the fact, that , . ,. , ';' .7,- Allow i , A ..'-
The Boston Galaxy,,e . , , , -s .0 .,,, .4,
Hill moeument,,slitntfi fa .
a kr) In 0 I .,- ' ., .-,r.
e little ,''.;,..--;----,--:-'
4 - ,,
- ''''' ''''' ANE6 OTE.4Original and true.- forward by impited from tbe,dgirevee .-. ., ,
nd snade .,
Mt Fmk, Aiss-, who was a gentle., as soon as the'researawaptextoIr. . te.,,2, ,. .,.,,,,,,,'
man of good, parts and infinite humor, subsides, Ihe ed:tioLh77. . . ,ittl'elsid11Pi 114 - :,.. :,,-
e r t h nument be stal). ,, 4noieetrt eme --ri,, t, .:-, -i,t'
gl t ' Y d wrIlle much pl meant y to role e t to mo t a ,,
t t dde in your magnenimity. T'ake all our ered, end DOnna Maria went forth with 'ions which they sustain to each whirr, d 'e family,when he was always regaled plete the rs," P
, ,......,,,..ep otit of thii,Vo'l AN.- ," , ,,,...gt;,,.
' , .; , , , s ThAn,s,idi bcaohladslyhTol orkiseedn ointoomme en,
- 3', , ,, Put she, with all her bloom and grace,
.,, . ., Did in the church yard lie,
,, e.., (While still those changeless Elms upbore
I 1 , ;
, ,,, .
- . Their kingly canopy.
no we, who inelth their loftyscreen
Now show amid our ecatter'd locks
The sprinkled tints ef gray,
And Au' the village of our love echooled in the noble virtues of ideal- dings!' exclaimed the old seneschal : osefullkneededge colorists i It
ry. Such do I trust to find you. In my lord returns in triumph, and bring,. in acquaintance with men and things ,
me you behold Abadil, son of a Moor- captives!' Then the melte courts rang -wi h the venous production.' of thri !
ill!) Alma. I arn on my way to cols with shouts of joy ; and the elanderri hree great kingdoms of nature ant
sbrate my nuptials with this lady; chnce was dieolayed, and the trumpets were nate, vegetables and minerrits-the
Prnet 'L.P.." ''..licrevilig Inecdote, se had occurred to old one. ' Tke ItieSsall frr V:a)...4rars
1, , Icon . . y.:,..
us,when a young man. A young la- it probably aslietwto seit,91. Irk's 0 tit ,1,:,. ;:, .4.,,,
'' .11 ' ' hb b d h d won his stage ofproceetAn., el' St1,10"Y,4-,,,',. :, ',, . , ,
. v ot t e neig ot oo n
errs thrown us in your power but I con- sounded, and the draw.bridge was low awe which govern them, and the iela , , s'
trowel es n 'ewels demand what her ladies, and her kni ht., anJ her es For an man to be ac uainled ivit4 Ills ' , -
TeStion.end he commenced pay J ' . ' 1
ing a new subsceiik,arn botetwece,,.--,: , ''' .,- : , , : ,
le- ewingni 1 , .. i, .. :, i
K wArie 'addresses. During the court. ey enoughrsierhisert tst ., vs r,-- ' ;: - ,.-, ,, , ,
. ,,,Jkkren.Ar.. ,e-' ,.i. , - 7
r a d j , g P Y ci wi h a homely dish of mush and milk , -A 17,4,...it tigain grow. . ,0-41O),, .-;-- i-
ransom you think proper for our per. ges, end her minstrels, to welcome her 'twit species, and especially with him , -, 0 ah. beet) '
--- - - ' sal beiog of a serioes turnovas genirS- th ..!".1 ' ' ,sossst---,,,,w.,., - ,hit . .' .'
-1. ' Pursued our childish pl ty, - et ee he sometimes supped ieith the la.s to the top of jr,)4.. ,( WhigkIdassittnt 'Y.,. , ...,er .',
Muni many a change betide, gone, but suffer us not to be insulted or lord from the ware. Eue as the train self, a great amount and a vast WWII -e. be ?marine
all- itivited, to eay grace over the welejs,...4 , , - ,-,--Mwsnue.Zei .,:i ,
tong may those sacred Elm trees stand - 4, - 4' s' ' 'r algrave te,lstND itetest 1- ., e reach. e
disbnnored.' drew nigh, she beheld a sumptuous bier, of khowledge. To know the eye ,we Tkillia
In all thew strength and pride. ripen Franky dtd not lei I '' - ", . I si,A A 44 i t, too ...
When the voung knight heard thip covered with black velvet, and on it lay must underetand optics. An Perinairl i' 'u' ' A a er r, - - elfieiith.:7.,, ;',,,, ,:,
i , ,' - '4, , 116,411IS tingly of the t
.nor ':10:-40 Yea" ' , ' , ss 'n do tli" ' - - .' i,,. ;
FARAWALL eal and beheld e beau! of the a warrior as if takin his re ose. He tance with our lunge ac uires .1 knowl- -,-, - ..diseovered .
' . beat, .! &g.''...,,inti ,,, foils to . 1. ... ,.. ...
t . e My hula fairy chronicle, '61)P 0 (II Y , r g P cl mesterei eircuinstancee, tð, . t
youthful pair, his heart was touched lay in his armor, with his helmet on his idge of the atmosphere Rnd of minty 'if me....
ir iont,' be admired ls ere st. I' ' VA' men; ',' ' - - , - ''' ,.
' wrens- 0 ', ateon-etounge;. 5 ,
l' 11' ; ' The
rented of my tasks, farewell I with tendernese and courtesy. 'God head, and his sword in his hand, as the principles of chemical acience.ft-A am .,I' 1th tofirm con-. , ,9, .
1 : , :. rv..k,vx. o n oh
eun I, s ou d w ..x. ,..,.. a
y blieideS,N be was a , ,i,,,,,,,nio, ', l'' ,1 , 0 ..." or , . . ., : ,
Ere other eyes shall meet thin line, forbid,' ea.d he, ,thel I eliould disturb one who had never been conquered. ane Snowledge of the laws of bootie impliee
t dad I e:, emit() obtaitt hinscropliod in Coo"It. 1,,,, ',.. 1'1'. ' II' . his heti ., . ' ' . --'"''''' 7
.,......--" .,,tist..Z,,,t, - . ''," '-'
Far other records will be mine, web happy nuptuals. My prisoners in around the bier were the escutcheon., in intimate acquaintance with oar, oin. ,Tki.p, 4.ii,
reemrtrue lc iitit rtond led O. - A"nceireleiXe-wor.Te lt,, , e 1;)., ''..t :. ".
flow many miles of trackless sea troth shall ye be, for fifteen days, ims of the house of ilinojoes. matomy end physiology, as it drieswith ,iaapoli.,, --a ,,., . .
,. run ,.: Itmooth,'i;',j11,:'-,: , ctutry
,-. ,,, . - ,, ,,,,.. la notic., altheits ..4 -, i ,,.., 4 ,. I
Int anc t,, ',,',- 4.- .. .
Will roll between my land and mei mured within my cited, where I claim, A number or Moorish cavaliers ale 'he numerous relbetances treed, for food c,t,,sot ,,,siial,aaia ;siva; 111, , ,,, , , ,,, . ,
, ,,K. , e- Nowt gd the 1 II" , .10004r w '4 - ' .1,0-'
4 -, I , but ....-----', 0 ' . e , , .7-,, '.
'' ,Preir tan t tAtsLot
as conquerer, the right of celebrating tended the bier,with emblems of mourn. rid for medteine. An aeipieintence 40.ist.0.-4-,The ,himaelf -.firit poatim owe , a',11;;,,ot! .0..013-Fitt,,,I) .es.sit,"4,-,!,S,,,. .
11 1 - I said thine elfin entwine
- ur 9
yo e petunia.) in nit with dejected countenances with our social and moral conittitor's . s,,. L;,..,a ' i - IA ,vottredss, be. itit,ek i,, 0-'-e-r-ei -4 '
i ,enable t -,... .- I....,
g a , sty .,. r 11. lite ling los . ,he sty b,g verlbosy trç.t. . , ., , . , .
. Should call ail pigment hour" back; . eyelet, outyi , , ,, . . ...,,
1 So saying, he 1100O despatched one of and their leader C9111 himself at the fee .ind relation as connected N with. 1,1.e.- ,..,1,-08'1,d bad bean 44,,,,, , ,,,,,.;, espic A., iv
it.,,,s, , - ow Ont'llifte .0 08
k for some fir 4., F e ., , . ,, r , 1
1 ' , Amid those pleasant hours tent none his horsemen in advance to notify Dons of Donna Maris, and hid his fare in hip treat human family, and eepecielly Witt 1 tr, ,i,f,01,84,1,4m,ish eliteielhi ?,,,..:- a ,(41e.,,1
- ;-""""i oi have nothing to ta.--1:111..ar 1,,,,,,,,., ,. ...-
' Think kindly on what I have done? na Maria Palacin of the coming of this bends. '' She beheld in him the gollant our Creator. implies' knowledge; ittill t 4 -t,t f ly koð Wien ð' ',1'' 4,6;1'7'1-taw I , if-1 h -someib. l
Ise ukerrells ,,e'ee. 'r t,
. ore t.- ie arm ,,.,i ,,
'. bets going to fete , lhe ''' '-'" '
Then, fairy page, I leave with thee bridal party ; while he and his huntsman Ahadil, whom she had once welcomed more deep and extensive. ,:,,',- :i':'4,...-. h ''' in Immo tom pie.. fi'c'1;.f vk,,...0 . )ei . .. , , idooind de e heePs ., 7. ..,
. , ,., i ta 0 e 00'11 "teem- ' I re! tele fil" f tu e ' WS ' ' '' -
L 1 te . ,elteme memory of songs and me, escorted the cavalcede, not se captor.), with his bride to her Icastle, but who Arid how is an int mate and 'stews .d !, u,i Immediate,. .,1.ii, ,., le . , 001,a 1 ac r ,.. t
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:;i- ; , Prom Me Philadelphia Courier.
. LEGEND OP DON MUNIO SAN
. C110 DE HINOJOSA.
BY WASHINGTON IRVING. - Fs Mg ., r .r' "d Ilitt,10tAIIRA t'. Aittoild taws some, .. .4 ,,,,., ,,,....,, ,,, ,, ,
, but as a guard of henor. As they drew how came. with the body of' her lord, Rive knowledge of men and thinge to bp o'er ts6e euheten.:,, ,,ty2;ptionlg f,,,,,,r. ,, , beta oi., them wt.; Wor,b0 I,,n , ,.; ,
near the castle, thri banners were bung
out, and the trumpets snunded from the Ile!
battlements ; and en nearer approach, whom he,had unknowingly Blain in bat- acquired ; by s' direct sod daily toter- hi, ini li,,,,t ths. avcAliNil A
the draw bridge wee lowered, and Don. The sepulchre erected in the cloisters are, or hy procuring frorn beaks thi, im..,
na Maria came forth to meet them, al- Jr. , 7;1)1 y 10 It'artilinfw LoLti!putlill etn 9 :, , , Jou ele er0, 7, . ,;,, , ., I
, 4, , ) t
course with therri, by, shuttieg one'e self .1011 .4 amt Tim.,.,.. ... , ,,,,, ,,,,,,,:pfly t ,.. p.Na astonished . octor y ror,,,p,,,,eurcosf 4, ,. ,,
11 , ,
V , ' . ,,ðe va01.1' J, ,, t 1,..mln-' ., - , 1 , ,, , , ?,,, ,
up in a closet and, imagining what they. .,,1 . 14,41 th,r,A imcorsdld lo selestC ' eellayinit. "It""n7 - .,i't ittreedy iteeenel- , , e-- --,
of the convent of San Domingo, was agination anthem on the eubjeef I : cow. e r,
In the cloister's of the ancient Ben. tended by her ladies and knights, her' achieved at the eepenee or the Moor Until within a few leers p,eet, Bimini
edictine tionvent of San Domingo, at pages and her minittrele. She took her Abadil, itil .a feeble testimony of his the only mode in which the science of ki '
''''" "'e - - hts and the 'E;r:.' , ..,,edient," -: ' ' tea bee- A' ,.)
iteeeinetor, snail,. y . r.,, Tibuntrt4,i e -, ,,,,,tbare.eve . , , ,.. .
'' . ble erel II"' lia" til;nruly and ahem ere'"
.S43-jeck . ' 4 '' . 1 '-----------'7'rx t thool4 l.---k !. ',, ,q ,,,,
(MIER ,WIT.e-'1Ver'- - 4 ,.....e- ei. lady . ' 4.,' ' ' .: ' . .
. g been inrielly.l. , 3v1,'",,, kountry ill ,, , . : fts,,,4 hes., ,1.. , ,,, !..-, , ,' f
hut w 'A ateT ' :' ., s. ifyilee,a
try... , . , iind, or ha-re you, arte,ei i, ..,4,,,..1, :-' .;, - , ,....- - ,
g " 11 'ree c b ' -,1- ' . h billec llowthrnel:,7. '' , , . 7 so- ' .: ,, ',tee,.
, Silos, in Castile, are the mouldering, young bride, Allifra in her arm, kissed grief for the death of the good knight Geology, or a knowlekte of titt ',true- main itee 01.,,,h,,sior urn a tor, sie - et ft .. , ,,.,,,, ,:dp a, Jima with who, .. .,
. yet magnificent monuments of the once her with her tenderness of a sister, and Don Menlo, and hie reverence fOr his tete of the earib,'; was acquired, was
...ye toe Stemacit'resuotercul a T '.1,311t.ttg rilltith- .'"'It)l'o- i ogiateg ,,,,,ma , ,,,,,,,'4' l':
1 powerful and chiestroue family of !fins conducted her into the castle. In the nunnery. The tender and faithful Don. for varieties clasees' of philopnrdre',-4 healthy tone to all hey (Doily. "EakehiCh 1,1 have seen very ,. ,
-. '''Ystifill; Dr'. r,,,' :,.,
join. Among these, reclines the nor- moon IWO Don Muni sent forth miss na Maria soon followed bet lord to the enter into the epeculatioe.,,estgeolon ' eng,the ini-enale".elefece !Liver. ilor'N,,,,,Ceett a oseelleuttrish V - o , , ., ,
tory to those who
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