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II ' - tor disclosed keel& and' he 'met:Mute, aid had him remt;ved join the diseectitis el!' SCIENTIFIC NOTICES.
e , , lc tees. violently agitates the ,whole faun
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1 ' WINTER. 4', to her bie misfortuties end' fears.; rural ...siti.--- Here' tbe kind, lurgften. beeing protat Ecliptic ej the Sun.--Mr Geo., win. Another of the opessitige..ahout
' - '',; - ' - - session completed what a fender:inter. bat the laubjecesittê Under the inthienq :topes hats communicated to the Astro.; Pea itiches in diatnoter, Is through an
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eat ha& beglin,i,n the hOsom that-het' sf a. mots..tender -Ws' td--skilful operaine owe fecal Society, some obeereatione, OH ' elevated rock, from which . the slitter
' - - Fdeem thee not unlovelv-though thou eem'st , f.
.. : With aslant visage. To the tomdees biril-e never suspecteititself of bein4 susceii . 'ban ttio owe hand;Ppel blade, and the. lila total eclipse of the Sun which will , epouts at intervals of about forty sec.
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t The tender flowery-414 rejoicing streaus i'. : tible of any hut a beavtinly love: Whili red, needed to hi' duelled rather thin liappen July 7; 1 ev,,- ith the elements ride. The weter in all its properties,
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4, Thy discipline is harsh. But unto man. - , ,:. Thermal' resolved to do all Rime pow., itemenibitied, had tniele. preview s fil calculating froin the Soler Tables of id equal to any artificial fountain, Nod iS
Methinke th4 hut kindlier rainietry- , .r
er to restore him le life and eilik rine ea not exposure, en fo',, bawd a euit-.ol Carlini, end the Lunar Tables of Bruck colleen-illy foaming mid spatkling. ' II is
3 The lengtheired eve is full or fireside joys, -
then to eflectitis escape from confine- sari own garme,nte, in which the preten- Iilrdlii ,Thê Author remarks. 'that the meted tn be very ealubrioue. . . .,,
:r, -, Anddeatlitega linking ot warm hesrt to heart; .,
; . taothat the hearse storm passes by unheard, ment and peril, i,f3he wits of a nun could ded dead body Wbg hastily imbited; and Eclipse will excite much interest, 88 it Distance of Thunder and LIghtn nig. ,
-, ' Earth rob'd iti white a peaceful sabbath holds, dries the metens. ' Arid, she had not in tho diaguiee !nosed out; unsurpected, willbe total . pet the southern perfa or Thooder can ecarcely ever be beard
-And keepeth silence st her Maker's feet,
only, ,'clittrity, which hopeth aH thinge,' to a place of refuge jib' ,,.' ! , --- Piacce,and very large throughout Great MOM than twenty or thirty miles from
' -ahe emeriti' from the harrowing of the plough,
,:,,':-..--.7, And fiom the harvest shouting. .. but also,. ingentrity to 'seek out many The next day, TheLite being ques- 1, Ittnin
Blitain, though not total for any place the flash which produced it.ea -ig g
- ,,-.','-- 7 . ' ' .. 1 . '-',,?:'-.-Mtin should reit ;' - inventions." 'e ' .- ' 'r. :-. tioned, thew herself tIon the tnercy r in'the Mond. ,
o . i on the other hand, may be seen, or at
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e., , Thus from hie feveredpaesions-and exhale . ,,,, Si er faith and works are at last blese her reporters, and confeseed the,whole Etna and Vesuvius. I least its reflectionin the cloude, for
,',71 k. - TO unbreathed carton of his festering thought, sed in manifold signs that the disease ITtna has been in a more violent sta te ming what is called "eheet lightning,"
- ..,,, ., And drink in holy health. Jae the waged bark .,. truth as to het stratagem,' with se mtich
a run o I 1 , an was g 11).g candor, and appurent contrition. for he'r
h d ' ' t te iirn'ts. d ' iv 1 q eruption than usual. Early in tho at the dibtance of 150 or 200 nailed.
:-- ' Doth k the whetter of 110H10 quiet bay , e ,
' To trim ite ahattered cordage and repair.- k:- ' I way, subdued by-the superior peers in ----
offence, and rsuch proteetatihne ,.ag the merning ofJattuary. I. IS39, Vesuvius
- , : Ea raven salle-eo should the toil word mind., , .The Constitution of her patient. But her ;
pity that had led I er to' take ouch ii hyst forth oith en explottion like the r e fr7' The lollowing ib the letter ad
, Refit for timp rouge voyage. Man, perchance,', own heart had become agitated by a Iola of a cannon, and a dense cloud of dreiteed by Mr Celhoun to Mt Ritchie
l.''' 4,-...,. Soured by the worlds sharp commerce.orimpaird 8 r o IOU, . wi out
course, that eke wile f rgi - - 'th
- e!sr,,,s YeBy the wilkeranderings ef,bis summer way, .,,, t ange .uneasinesi-the r5,94c1 a new pen ski.' ' ' : - . e oke and boon covered NepteS; but on the subject of the Tariff.
' h'-'''''il no do ' not ' - - tile wind changed, and carried the eine FORT liti-b, Nov.22, 1839.
. ,,, . -Turns filinCtinant.lcholar toward his hem, ,-',1 malady, whiph ,the p ysi a , , ,
Wort had sewed her to meet bim
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: ,4.!' . . And yields hissnature to sweet influences I reckon with the selfAitnited'rlisiab'et' or ' - Ors towards the shore at Portici. The . Dear Sir:-1 have received the Ea.
once more in his asylum, that he inight 1 -
', e- , ; That purity and save. , , number atnong those within the sphere eruption ceased in the evening, hut the grater containing the article from the
The rude boy thenk her for the life, she had, in a Ise
of their medical practice, and about - detonations recommenced on theld,and Pyovidence burned, which among oth.
es' ' Comee with hissbouting schoolmates from their fold sense, restored, or saved; and the '
r ' sport
1 which the metaphysical talk very clear.
gentle nun found means and incline.' continued throughout the day. In Ole er things, asserts, that I have code out
' e1, 41n the smooth -frozen lake, as the find star. ly and wisely, while they con neither ,,,.09 0 - - , evening, Vesuvius was all on fire, and in favor of a high Titre I conclude
t tuini her promiae. Here De- ibe ev fi
Things pure, and cold, its silver crescent forth, solve its nature calculcate its duration, 11' la a owed down into the plain be. that I sm indebted to you for it, as, in
''' - Andohrowing (ATMs skates, with boisterous glee lorbe made a full disclosure of bte son.
reocribe an antidote, nor resist its at- , tween Portici end Torre Del Greco, the conclusion of your comtrients you
Hastes to his mother's side. Her tender hand P timents, and entreated his benefectreee committing great ravages. say, that you will thelooe the number
, e poth shake the snow flakes frembis kinsey curie tads. Yet, among her most earthly
to coneent that she would bless the life !
''',',tt. And draws him nearer,and with gentle voice, thoughts, Therese admitted not the pos. Perfume of flowers. r containing it to mo.'ane ask of ,me eome
he owed her, by accepting his hand ' i
Astra of his lessons, while her titled heart oibihty of her ever seeing Delorba bee i According to the experiments of M M notice on the subject.
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a Solicits silently the Sire of Heaven and fortune, and rendering her destiny e,
1 yond the wall which then enclosed them , h etc ubler and Kohler of Tubingentwhite You wire right in pronouncing ' the
AA.' To bless the lads nenceforth inseparable from his; end ft
, -.,! The timid infant learns Should, he recover and regain his lib
proposed that she would fly with hun icowers are the moist numerous in croft. rumor unfounded. It has not the ellad
'sr. Better to love its father -longer sits 1 ety and life, while she remained be-
beyond pursuit, where their union might II; n, and the most nderiferous; and to ow of foundation; and yet if 1 may
4 Upon hie knee, and with vevet hp hind, dead to the werld, but alive to t eee eucceed the red flowers. judge from the papers, that and similar
1' Prints upon hie brow such hinguage as the tongu memory, and sett-denying beneficience be epeedity consummated. 1 dllummy in a Peat moss. i
rumors have, for some time, been wide 1
Ii .' '. Bath never spottier. The pious sister was at first startled,
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:'' - . Come thou to life's feast, -to think of him; and, if this were sin- ' Among the curiosities lately added to ly circulating in the Northern pert of,
shocked-and she shuddered st the 1
dove e ed meekness and blend charit - NI, to
With y Y P
re ent, get abeolved, and. then the Museum of the Royal Society of the Union; but for what purpose, or by
le.,,
And thou shalt find toren winter's rugged blast go on and sin again. Yet, at the same thought of breaking her religious vows, 1 Northern Antiquities at Copenhagen, whom put in circultilion, 1 am at 9
e , .4 The minstrel teacher of the well tuned soul, time, hke a good little nun, she shed- and returning into the ways of temple..
0 in eres .
there is one of a singular nature and loss to conjecture. So far from favor
' ' I ' And when the last drop of its cup is drained, lion and folly, and the delueions all
dered at the thou h 11 I h
g t o ening er con- , great historic 1 t t It is the mum ing, I believe of all calamities that can '
'4,7, Arising with a song of praise go up
l,e'es To the eternal banquet.' secreted heart. Fun so far astraras to wide and wicked world. 'For the pearl, 1 ray of a female, found in a peat bog near befall the country, a renewal of the
fawen its heaven devoted strings on an thought she 'is ore and safe from'
9 P Haraldskioer, in Jutland, completely , Protective ayetem, with its certain con- '
r,' 4, .-' blemiels; while locked in its shell, though
,i . Thtire wait curdy ever a finer compliment eartbly object Nor did she let the se.. sunk in the soft fragments of clothing sequences, would be among the great- ,
1 '-r4 '' paid to lady than that which Dean Swift addres among the monsters of the deep, and that-remained on the mummy, and ena.leet; and it is really surprising, that with !
cret of her bosom ericape in word Or
',,tri aunt to a witb who was always praising her
:',' .i, . butesind: died or look. She ke h
pt et sentiments the sands and sea-weeds. But, "hen bledthe skilful antiquaries of the north to the ligbt of paot experience, any one of '
thrown out among them, how soon
J t You are always a god or your spouse, to herself: end gave her attentions and conclude, with tolerable certainty, 'hall sound judgment tind attached to the ,
'.,;1 ' But thatneither reason nor conscience allows; services to her duties and her charge. meet it be ruined by the element, or it belongs to the last period of paganism, country, ehould think of making the at
' ''r Perhaps you think tis in gratiude due, Meantime th,e,troft mineibilitieo of the ' Still there was an.
lost irrecoverably. t nd M. Peterson has endeavored, in an: tempt. I fully agree w ith you, that the
And you admire him because he adores you,
malade had not been deadened or idle other idea, that rose in opposition to ble historical. rimy, to prove that the! South and, I trust. the great body of
., 4 Yner 4rgillii0111'S weak and no yon will find,
spa thie, about the pearl, a thought that it mummy I
l',., For you, by this rule, must adore all mankind! i
nide). the rare of his gentle nurse. is the body of gunnihilda, , the sound and patriotic of all parties
might be brought to light.and set. in
-- - ---- ----- --.. eehueen ef Norway, whom King Harald ' elewhere, cambia be gulled by tee fella
, - e hence ' oasts one student of the human
, r
' ' uold and sham in the crown of a mon.
From the Token for 1910. affections, 'is the art of hoping ' I his e ' Illeatend enticed by promities of mar- clues arguments put forth in itto favor.
,. THE S1STERTHERESE wail' Confirmed in the diligent endeav- arch, whether ehat monarch, wee 11'16' riage, to come to Denmark in 965, The growing intelligence of the age is
f -;
' l'. earthly Inrd of her nappiness, or of a
, . BY H. e. 001.11" ors of Therm) to revive the object ol when he put her to death by braking ber opposed to all ouch echemes; and all
.-- The following little etory it drawn as her kindnees, 'Snide to set hint tree. wirier sphere of cominion,if indeed one's In a 644 attempts at the renewal ef the Protec
ee, own enter Obi and sphere do not corn. 1
,.....e a fine silver thread from among the ma- tHope,' sayi another, 'is the dream of Paralluz of the fixed Stars. tive eystern must hill; or, if succepalul,
'-.04 n y, of a. gadder ftnitenore fear fist hue' 1 welking man."11his, also might have prise more, and assume a wider in rr
flu- ' e he nineteenth century its remarks- be followed by a revuleion that wine, .
es, 4- ...
ence, and a higher importnnee, thwart
e,,1 ,-- stint -melte tirthe,,crimson Zh6r-a Or the been .pronounced true concerning the Vie for sCit., enterpriee and pewee- speedily timeliest the alystem. with iufi
1 . A e ' history of that bloody period, the reign invalid, could his thonglite have beers the world beeide. But still Ate prettied, ranee, oedlogreat gild -acknowledged tittely greater lose than gain to, this mare .
1 ef terror in France. It is giveo to the while her heart proved a Waiter to her
.i,ir . , road as they passed unuttered through chiliculties, atelfor the solution of prob- tifecturero thenistIves.
...,4t,.:,, writings of a French author of veracity, hie mind. S range es t may seetn to in the ver moment necessar and
Y Ys !ems, practical and theoretical, Nought in I have not been Gen, Hamilton in the
,', - concerning the eventt of that (ley, from
,, e,,, ,, those who do not understand how wild ehe could not, for her lite, rally the ar- vain, or despaired of in former ages. reams, enil cannot speak for him; bu
,,,-,t which it io here rather recounted than ly and perversely the wayward kettle gumente of objectione, which she To the discoveries of the North weft' have no (Mute that the rumor to as un
,e,
ese . translated., will sometimes take upon iteelf to act thought it was perhaps her diav to rider,' passage, the course of the Ntger, the found'. d in hie ea in my ease. lu Net.
v5, gestapo her lover's proposal.and a voice I
e e Among the unfortunate perisons who independently of (lie ream:ming head, cause of Magnetiem,lhe Mechanism of 1 tnay bay, that the united visits.) of this
,i"i'4 were cast into the prisone of Hord. while Deloebe was vet uncertain wheih- was pleading etrong'y in ite favor. A
e., Light Ike', we have now to add another- State, including all parliee and ever
-1 - eau, to await their turns ut the Gull- er he was virtually a beheaded Mtn or eubtle coeuist way operating on her wo- The Parodies of the Fixed Stet's: Thie pureuit. ie opposed to the pyetein. . At
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tonne, should a please theme tohumen not, but cettain that his benefautreise vering soul; and ebe reopened, that if it
,o, megreficent conquest hes been achieved l'isr as I am niformed, I ecarcely kora.
. a monsters in the human form, 11I)ad' had renounced the world arid profeesed was sinful to break her convenant vo we by Profebsor Bessel, of Konigsberg!), in exception.
' p erre and his 8890611M in crueity, to herself dead to- earthly attachment, hip and go beck to the paths of the world
,., iti a eeriee of observations of the &sew With great respect, 1 ern te.
find them guilty of oppoquig their de- h ling, she was already guilty, einee the war, No 61, in the Constellation Cyg J, C, CALHOUN.
e imart had warmed as With DIM vitelny
,. signe, by standing in their way to rule, beneath her care; mid was shooting out train gresrinn of the heart was the bery us, whose distence he has asicertaineet T. RITCHIE. Esq.
& ' was Henri Delorbe, an inhabiter), of the its young affections after her like the eoul of actual tranegreseion; ehe could to be 660,000 ttmes (in numbers) the ,
t ,' city, and a youug man of birth and for- fools of an air plant, that grow without ever epee to regret that bhe had indius of the earth's orbit, or (b. leo in Feeeem, '1 merles, -'I lie policy et
,,,,,.-; tune. 'sound herself to the letter of her vow, numbers 1 6'2 7oo,00twoo.000 miles the Federal members of Curves iti
-e. ground, and hve upon the wind that
regard to the admittance to eeate ol
In the person of Delorbe, a striking shakes them. But he, too, had learn- viten in Twit she hoe broken it, name The details heve been communicated
'...te - be luty offace bud form, and a noble A she let her lover depart without Ker: to Sir Jolin Herschel. members from New Jersey, has been to
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, ,... b,aritig and winning grace of deport. a. It. Wi88 MOO spareth hie tongoe,P es
pecially in a case like this, (if indeed ind, since her heart had gone out into .. The Indian Juggler's Secret. keep the people in the dat le They
,s meta, wore united with a richly-endowed the,wnys of the wentierer, hand, foot, hove tried every way to prevent all evi
:e he had a predecessor.) and he kept 8i. Lieutenant Button elates, that the
dencetheing presented before the Hriuse,
Illifil and high toned virtuous prim- lence, not ullowing an intimation of the and all, might as well go with it. nullities vvitich the Indian Jugglers hart-,
,, plea. 'Pile horrors of hie situation anS, ntid the Federal papers, ore eupporting
truth to escape concerning his penchant 'rhu4, the prudent nun deltberated, rile with impunity, ale drugged with o
them to it, else why do theV not publish
ii impending fete preying on his spirits; for the fair recluse. halanced and reasoned; and, fireilly like palm, which renders) them goiet and
tin docutileri,te rend by Dr, Duncan?
:; stud the flattened of the prison infulioa Therese bad now fixed on a time and the young bird, that, having tHICO found harmletta- l'he effects of the drug will
pdisoti into hits frame with every breath. Ulm will not beats er fo
e I way to bring about his hboration. he (tee of its wings, retunts to its Dent not wear off for a fOrtnight or three 8-" I
played too much for his physical neer- do wss sick and in primon, and elle had no more, she resolved to keep clear of seckte a drugged snake which Lietilen- them. They know that Otte is the 'pol
e ,,, teen to resist 'The spirit of a mai ntnistnred onto him, and now would the monastic restraints of the sister- int Hutton purchased, at the 'epee ol ,,,,000d ebt:lie,e that will eeturn to filet!
'I
i may sustain hie infirmities, but a wow). t e prison oore unto
thé 'throw upon h d hood, and to entrust her fate for better hree weeks, flew at hun unexpectedly, 'Wn ii". rho beautiful lines of Brv.,
.:,.. dad epirit who can better .Neture'v nor yet, forgetting. or for wow, with him who had render. end nearly strangled him. ant are applicable here: -
iim that wee bouncer
e Fit forces; in the constitution ef Delmb - "friith erush'd to earth shall rise again.
e t tql, while it woe enjotned upon her to ed a life of seclusien irksome.,,,.. Transfornzation of Oats into rip.
. ; supped by hie accumulated ills, were The reernal , ears of God are here
io the one thinwit watt also her illbillIC 'Ph d I d d '
ey ma e taste to apart, an pea- Dr, Weiesenborn represelas a etate- Buterror, wounded, writhes in pain
BS made for awhile to succumb. He wa. i00 not to leave the other undone.' wed over into Spain, where the narrbtor, meta ot this phenomenon to have been And diee anildst her worshippers ?'
, brought low in sickness, and thought
t Deer to death. In this stele of prestra. But to do this latter good it become obese purpose was not to make out a eorroborated In the Lott Bennet report (New Ere.
,, 4 necessary for her to confide her plan to long rotnantic story stimut a pair of lo- orate Agticultural Society of Coburg
, ,. e lion and languishment, a was permitted A Net th Z
in e atteeville Republica!,
e third erson, and enliet his atisistance vers. but rather to record the facie el which asserts this traneformation to
4,1.? him to retnove frorn hie cell to the Hos ,iates ilea there have been two million.
in cart Pill it OM to uccee ri D I 'rbe's im wisonment and liberation.
y g s , s. Hs per- o o 1 . take place if the mite be sown very Isle
,te e pad, where the devout Sisters of Char- ene hundred fled filty thousand busliele
,.. . t is i 'Mid n e d ) 1
eon, tie will shortly appear, was the and the noble traits of fermate character a ou . eir im .1. tty arii rut twice
, t y lent their truly benevolent and Chris ofgrain eold this year in that count,.
4urgeon of the hospital. by which the letter watt brought abnut, al green fodder before aliooting into Tim, 18 , .
1 ets eervices, attending on 'the Pick, re- n t e hying r ay b e inetructed e- slum y earl, theij Were married. Thud, flower stalks, whereupen a coneidera
1 h I h ' D 1 flouting to Nome purporte.
hovel their wants, and closing the 'him now its II A
armlet ling the. 8 tong
!orb to feign fatal gym 1 d 1 e h hie number of the oat plants do not die
pomp, end then hy eger amain, se we es t em, RN on
,,,,,:? eyes of the dying. Its the people wit' wick to prodecing,
a dying struggle; after which he mus wings over all the perils, the escapee, tri -the c ,urse of the winter, hut are it . 11 0 ,
.''.' ' it fell to
, the lot of Delorbe to have o welt enough. 'Ile earth
sink away as if he had departed, a little the recite, bills, revivers, roses, thorne, chasiged in the following spiel! into rye. IeY 1 ,
e, ,,, luso mintetering angel appointed in the will petit greater discounte to the far.
while before the usual hour for it e d d d 1 h l rming otalke which can not be knots n
at- he geo en ite too, t et we way sup- 0
- . form of young sister Therese, a fair, titer then all the Hanka in the th1100.
tending physician to make hie usual pose upon the way by an eiry and short from those of the fittest winter rye. Let u
, , conipabeionate, self-sacrificing girl, who round among the patients. Delorbe o eouree, straight to' the hymeneel atter. any one eow the oats doting the letter '''''" " one county alone that hart pro
, ,r , , , , having renouuced 'the world,' and the is rI I h duced !lead two millious o
Y f dollars
eeyoe, ,or ee SeV, that she well knew There he discreetly idiots leave admen, half olJune, and the transiorma non in
.
, two other persons of that federal head worth ot grain in one bOliti0O I 'As ye
how to combine the wisdom of the set. wisely forbearing to follow them beyond' queetion will certainly hike place.
' ef wiCkednees, that, occupying the hu- pent with the harmleesneos of the dove it, to Pee if the discloisitered nun proved . Chesnut and Oak. eow, g0 01,811 ye reap.'--Era.
, man heart, is the nucleus of so much
whi)e he -becameher docile u it. He an f tit 1 1 1 h h -
y more tat u to ter atter t an er - A Gardener at Metz has grafted a
, evil, felt only a single desire to carr Prom the Weetminster M. D, )Dern
. Y affected a etrong paroxysm aPueRceedin f ' h
4 ortner covenant; or carrying out er chesimi tmon en oak end the expeti- W H !US LOOK AT 'PH IS.
, . out the principIes of her prcifession into languor, end at leet, the oleo h h h' I ' f h t d ' meet succeeded. The Advaidages al
p that as t eory couc rag se 8111á o ear on 1
, . We candidly think that nu Whig who
action, while she watched over the suf
'" feting, endeavored to soften their pains, 00 dream. As was the motors) when life into practice, maintainerriliat, ince ;tending it in the culture of the chesnut . has
one hsd expired, Der d h 61' II tb I d I d ' are very great, from the-deltilacy of its,
ese spree the ehe mig t o ow e mu too e 0 0, any generous sieotiniente in hit.
,
aud to keep up the faint and flickering sheet over his face, to signif that he evil.' Yet, from the moral elemental roots; which.by ibis method, -may now I I- ,,
heart, can reed the following picture
, those of life--or, when it must be sos had ceabed to breathe; and thYere be la h . 1 ' h d' find a substitute in those of the more ro
y, w use etrong muftis attraction a 0 uernncracy, without feeling mortified
.ty smoothed the pillow of the dying. 'that he ever belonged to the Whig party
like a form of spiritices clay, hen the drewn them, into this sacred union, we buet tree of northern soda,
The gentle nun had never he d f
ar o physician sneered, Stipposing that hie 'judge that neither Therese nor Delorbe Nature Soda Fountain. famed 88 they are for the most selfish
.
, the history of Cupid . and Psyche, nor, patient ' was beyond the need and the ever bad cause to wish that her first vow Mr Spalding an Anerican miseion- and aristocratic notions. Nor can we
' , , though she owned that ehe had a h 1 doubt that the reading of it will cattier
ear reach of his dial, he rondo no further hod been kept inviolate. or that his, ary, writing from Fort Van Couver,bee
ee 'deeperately wicked,' bad ohe supect d burnin blusrh o
g f shame to rush in tbe
r it of having a vulnerable spot, wher t
e investigation, than to ask wherehe died; death in the hoepital had been a reality yond the, Rocky Mountains, describes
cheeks ot II I
a hose erring men, who last
e a and being told by the nuree how recent. instead de feint. this'. plainomenon, which he passed ,
random arrow from thP little btisy arch-, ly hie tete struggle woe over, and how i cm hie journey from Fort Hall. The , ,
All voted against -their party, and lent
, er, reeching her unawares, nat ht I 'k , their mu to the whige. How proud
. t a g a ti e he had sunk awiy, he then passed on ' Mica is Wh ch,-Moaes Hoyt Jr. fouotain has several openings; one o. m ,
, and enter, end bitty its If b d eat every true Democrat feel, when
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i it e eyon the to feel the po'se ambers. that beat, no is elected to the Mass. H. of Repreeen- i which is about fifteen feet in diameter,
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,i ' s ;Power , of extractiote doubt, mote feebly than that of the sup. Miami but the wiers nee are in a quail- with no discovered bottom. About be casts his eyes over the following lines
and reflects th t h h
a e as never been rece
it tv I -The pleasing- external of the young posed coreee. dary; for there are three of that natne in twelve feet below the surface ate two
'Wren
. ., ger had at first YOH hor notice, and i 1
n .i.he .evêntoF,. creme p
Th d I h 1
reten et I e p ace.-Thee Ind better east lots large globes, on either ide of this open- , reant to h. d I
is II y.
' :,,0 drawn out her svmnathe intwartf h.,. i. I A . i In.,. whempn tha atrArraananra SISIOMO t Pk i DEmocact--loThe ovstem or , the
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yotumEL . , NUMBER2I
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- From the N. Era. . rise. A St 911e cast in atter a few min-ldemocratie government in Moat beautt.
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,.,', SCIENTIFIC NOTICES. otes. vielenCy agitates the whole foun- fel in its structure, and benevolent in Its -,
"otal Eclipse sj the Sun.Mr Geo. lain. Another of the epee' trigs. about operationo. It id. a transctipt of the . '
,...,,
:lopes has communicated to the Astro-I fo,iir iiiches in diarnoter, is throngh an government of God. It is Supperted-by 1 ,,
it-trinical Society, some oleraatiorte, On : tievatod rock. from which the water the profoundedi researches of philoao.. . .
Iliki total eclipse of the Sun which will': sp' outs at intervn!a of about forty see. phY, by the eublimeat teachings or re. ,,,
lioi)pen July 7.,' le4,4,- ,,ith the elements code. The 'weter in all its properties, ligion, the pure,t piety, tbo deepest wird ..
fil calculating froin the Soler Tables of id equal to any artificial fountain, end is tue, the firmeat faith, thé brightest hope,
.
Csrlint, end the Lunar Tables of Bruck constantly foaming mid spatklitig. ' It is the most expansive charity. It gives to ,
Ora.- ,Tha Author remarks. that the stated to be very salubrious. oach, the rights atoll., Each moo .ie
, .
relipse will excite much interest, as it Distance of Thunder and Light:ins. estimated a . unit, the eum of, Which .
will.be total , ever the southern pattS of Thuuder can scarcely ever be beard makes up the whole. , What ia the right . ...'.
Fiacce,and very large throughout Great MOM than twenty or thirty miles . from of one irithe right of all.-r It confers Do . :,;i
:Ilitain, though not total for any place the flash which produces it.,A Lightning Oleo ; it besiows ,. no inimenities. ,. :II '
m i the Mond. . . '. .,
on the other hand, may be seen, or at makes &tell eccountable to, tbe whole,., ,,',,.,' . , . '
Els.a and Vesuvius. I least its reflection- in the clouds, for- and pledgee the protectionrof theliabolo ..:
YEtna has been in a more violent state ming what is called "dheet lightning," for the good (leach. The man.that is ,, . '
q eruption than usual. Early in tho at the didtance of 150 or 200 ffilled korn it' indignificance, end . bred in a
cnpreing ofhtioary. I. 1S39, Vesuvius -- . corner, may, by a continuance in) will
,
1 nein I g of.lativary. I. 1S39, Vesuvius --- corner, may, by a continuance in) eel!
4t7rst forth with an explosion like the re CC7. The lollowing ib the letter ad doing, rise to the centki'pf glary, and ,. ,
ptrt of a cannon, and a dense cloud of dredeed by Mr Calhoun to Mt Ritchie honor. Merit is thehonlyy ivenue to elle
'Coke and soon covered Naples; but on the subject of the Tariff. cess And the sone:and daughters, of
flip wind changed, and carried the ein. . FORT titi-b, Nov.22, 1839. the i ich, by the neglect of virtue, by in
gOrs towards the shore at Partici. The - Dear Sir:--1 have received the Ea- du lgence tn vice, will sink into merited , '
eruptión ceased in the evening, but the goiter containing the article from the insigni.ficance. 't heeler' in office may
detonations recommenced on theld,and Oovidence Journel, which among, oh. be removed without a revolutien, white
continued throughout the day. In the er things. asserts, that I have come out veCaut ewate er..0 Open to the emulation- ,
evening, Vesuvius was all on fire, and in favor of a high Titre I conclude of all. ':, '..,. , .',-t - - .
tbe lava flowed down into the plain be. that I em indebted to you for it, as, in 'I can conceive no form of govern)", -
tween Portici cod Torre Del 6:reco, the conclusion of your comrflents you ment se perfectly compatible with the
committing great ravages. say, that you will eneluee the number principles of chrtsttanity. or so directly
Perfume of flowers. ' containing it to rne.'an! ask of ,me some catculated to promote the happiness of
1
According to the experiinents of M M notice on the subject. . all inalikind ad a democracy It need" t
,
Schubler and Kohler of Tubingen,white Yon wire right in pronouncing the only to be understood in thetheory,and
flowers are the most numerous in crea- rumor unfounded. It has not the eliad- adopted in practice, by a people quali
lion, and the most oderiferou(; and to ow of foundation; and yet if 1 may fied to test its qualitied, to secure the
thee eucceed the red flowers. judge from the papers, that and sliniltir admiration end eupport or every philan
1 dllummy in a Peat mosr rumors have, for some time, been wide threphnit throughout the world. Vlach'.
' Among the curiosities lately added to ly circulating in the Northern part of
the Museum or the Royal Society ol the Union; but for what purpose, or by It has been suggested that;theiBanks
Northern Antiquities at Copenhagen, whom put in circultilion, I am at 9 should alter the form of their note& In
there is one of a singular nature and loss to conjecture. So far from favor weed of saying We promise to pay on
great historical interest. It is the mum ing, I believe of all calamities that can demand,' they should,readbW hen we
my of a female, found in 8 peat bog near befall the country, a renewal of the think proper we wl11 pap',
smocnactulhe system of
in the evening. Therese pretended Me tileY rice uetter gav, lot. solo nua c9;,,0 WV, -
that the twdy ot the prieoner was de. tor the honor. Exchange. , ling, whence the etnlyeacence SIAM WI j. btateei The,'
the 1 Tams of 'Eure
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Fruits of Democracy
It appears that the BMOUDI of Specie
in the United States in 1810 was ,
000.000. estimated ami tint of
specie in the U. States now is ($85 Wit '
000 making an increase of 000,000.
So much fur the democratic Administ
trations of Jackson and Van Buret
May the Government? continue in
minds fetich men, until Gold and' Sils
ver shall become the only circulating '
Jurrency known in the United buttes, ,
,
Petticoat Government North..
itrapton Mass. Coln ter boys, M Marts -41'
,:hapir.arf, an almlition lady of ,
,traightest sect., was inn PI-, tilitsprioe
ti wows ott-ors ,--cu
sill doubtless go into the .1.egislatuie ,
,te one of the lUur highest candidate.,
tnd if the single gentlemen ditn'ti mind
their eye, she will be chosen ,Governor 110
Then in spite of guns. we be put
tindPr flannel Govertm.nt I
Queen V ctotiain England,'Donna
!softiies in Spain, DODDki Maria i:i1Por
tngal, Queen l'arnarauia in China
,- AND
GRANNN IJARRISON
n Ainerica.Huzza for Petticoats.
Military Hospital alter a Buttle..This milt!
descriplon is a new work entitled 'Victories of
the British ormy,'by the author,or 'Stories of
Waterow'
lin the yar d ora quinta, or noblemanis house
looked through the grating and saw about two
hundred wounded soldiers waiting to have their
limbs amputated, while others were arriving
every montlit. It would be difficult to corivey
an idea of the frignui appearance of these men;
they had been wounded on the 5th mid this was
the ;tit ; their limbs were swollen to an enor.
:nous size, and tire smell from gunshot wounde
was dreadful. &me were bitting upright a.
4ainst a wall, under the shade of a number of
ellesnut-trees, and, as many of them were
wounded in the head as well as limbs,the Oast
ly countenances of these petir fellows presented
a dismal sight. The streams of gore which had
trickled down their cheeks were quite harden.
od wait the sun, and gave their fuel a glazed
And copper-colored hue, their eyes were Intik
and fixed, and what between the streets of the
sun, of exhaustion, and despair, they resembled
trio a group of bronze figures than any thing
litillban There they sat, silent and statue.like,
waiting for their turn to be carried Ito the atn
putating tables. At the other aide of the yard
lay several vvliose state, was too helpless to sit
up; a feeble cry trom them occuionally, to those
who were passing, for a drink orwater, wu all
they uttered.
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rom the Ohio Ntatesman.
PRICE OF PRODUCE.
We ha se eupposed it might at pre.
bent be ioteresting to our readers, to
have by them a table of prices for the
last ten or eleven years. It has ever
been the practice of federalism to aps , ,
peal te the vapidity of men, while de. ,
mocracy appeals to their liatriotieco.
Federalism talks of the cent per ceops,-77','",,,-
whileflemeerecv appeals to the's can IA,
that loves its friii;dorn and scone
its birthright for ranee Of poi
13uildoeellaboveceive rgrPeif
does tbe tiller of the soil e
ter degree of comforHil-1
it) countries where tho'
Does liberty and. ir
safer and a 'ewee'
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' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' 014-11'117 s . ' his suffering state. Ilut, as ,bis char- ...ended feretheettetructiou of the pupae, - es . lorreiNototteleicNisE.ra. . rise. A stone cast in alter a few mins.l democratic government in Moot be
- - , ' - iCter disclosed keel& and' bO Retninte, iiid had him remt;ved WO the diebectick .'11.., SCIENTIF tees. violently agitates the whole faun- fel in its structure,. and benevolent
1 ' ' WINTER. 4', to her his misfortuties tide fears; torn.
, , t ee , .P22
.,ii I. Here tbe kind, lurgeon, tieeing te vial Eclipse ei the Susr.-Mr Oen., tein. Another of the peeing'''. about operatione. It is a tranactipt ol
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- ' ar ma n000nnoT., '' ' l' .8
at had, begun., in the beeom :thee -beef ef n' toorweender -44' id-nitrite! operatc- tHenteal Society, some otweraations, on ' elevated rock, frotn which etre weter the
' - - Fdeem thee riot unlovely-though thou conibet a ,i
"... With astern visage. To& tuneless bird- never suspected 'itself of being sueceii. 'bee hie owu hand:epd bled and the 114 total eclipse of the Sun which wile, epee's at intervals of about forty sec. phy, by the bublimeet teachings 0
, , . profoundest rebearchee of phil
, -- ' The tender tiewerteethe rejoicing streams le : tible of any lite, a heavenly love: Whili erdv needed to bd. cleated rather their liappen July '4 le4,4,- Rh the elements cods. l'itewstor in all its properties, ligion, the pure,t piety, the deePeet
4, Thy discipline ie harsh. But unto man. - ,,,, . Thereee resOlved to do all Tottr. pow lismembeted, bad Miele. provibioo a gat calculating from the Soler Tables of id equal to any artificial fountain, onj is tue, the firmeet faith, the btighteet I
',Whelk,' thiet hut kindlier reinietry- , -,
er to restore him tO life and ealik ine 4a nst exposure, as fu bawd a euit.'.ol Cerline end the Lunar Tables of Bruce cowardly foaming end spatklitig. ' It is the most expensive charity. It eh!
3 The tengtheeed eve is full or fireside joys,
i ', Andeleatlite0 linking ot warm heart to hearti then to efi'eettiis wive proin confine. ,,i ovin garmente, in whicb the preten- OHL' ,Tbe Author remarks. that the tented to be very etalubrioure .,, each, the rights atoll., Each ste
; . t3o that the hdarse storm passes by unheard, ment and peril, ifethe wits of a non could ded dead body wee hastily habitede and E.Clipse will excite much interest, as it Distance of Thunder and Light:ins. ebtinated a . unit, the sum of, i
'. ' Earth rob'd ii white a peaceful sabbath holds, devise the meaits. ' And, she had wit in tho disguise paesed out; unsuspected will.be total , pet the southern pArr. of Thuuder cat, ecarccly ever be heard makes pp the whole. . What ie the
-And keepeth silence st her Maker's feet, . .
only, ,'cliarity,' which hopeth aH thinge,' to a place..of refuge. on- ,-! ., .7-7 Piacce,and very large throughout Great more than twenty or thirty miles . from of one itithe right of all.-e It confe
' -ahti ()metal' from the harrowing of the plough,
-,,,,r7-ee, And fiom the harvest shountig. - e but also,. ingeneity to 'seek out many The' next dee, ThAite 'being ques- Blitain, though not total for any place the flash which produces it.,A Lightning titles ; it beeiows ,. no immunities.
in'the Mond. . on the other hand, may be seen, or at makes eaeli occourettble to, tbe ,w'
- -:',-, -,' ' - . e . -eeeettlen should rest 0. inventions." '-, ' . ' ' tioned, thew herself tIon the mercy or
4- - Th. from his fevered fusions-end exhale - .1-1er faith and works are at Iasi blese her superiors, and confesaed the.whole : ! Etna and Vesuvius. ' least its reflection in the cloudo, for- and pledges the protectionrof belie
.
'el' - TO enbreathed carton of his festering thought, tied in manifold signs that the disease truth, as to het stratagem,' with se mtich YEtna has been in a more violent state mine what is called "eheet lightning," ' for the good (leach. The mantip
,' Arid drink in holy health. Aa the tutted bark .- , , 1 , . ,. . ,
. -- - nee run io its limits, anu was giving condole A
one appurent compiles tor Der ç
, e ' o ' eruntion than usual. Early in the at the'e thetance of 150 or 200 mike. b,orn in insignificance, and . bred
c- ' Doth k the whetter of dOIDO quiet bay , e , - . corner, may, by a contienance 'in)
' To trim ite ihattered cordage and repair,- e: ' I way, subdued by -the superior post ers in offence, and eruct) protestatihw of the oning ofJanuary. I. 1S39, Vesuvius -- , , ,,
- , . : Its raven ealle-oto should the soil word mina., , .The Conatitution of ber patient. But her ;
pity that had led I er to' take ouch ii b rst forth ft ith en exploeion like the re 07" The lollowing ib the letter ad doing, riee to the centime:et' glery
e e, Refit for timel rouge voyage. Man, perchancee own heart had become agitated by a '
ti t t f - - '' k
Cowes la b .ti Wee orgileu, wit out pIrt of a cannon, and a dense cloud of dretieed by Mr Celboun to Mt Ritchie honor. Merit is thehonlyi avenue It
!:.4,4,,-..., Soured by the worlds sharp commerce,orimpaird : e it oke end boon covered NapteS; but on the subject of the Tariff. cess. And the soneeeand &melte'
-,el strange ,onSesinesi-, t.ke,ele4c1 a pew . I, ,
penalty. , .
- !"(;-.. :'2.13y the wileeveinderinge ofebis summer way, - tlip wind changed, and carried the eine . FORT liti.L., Nov.22, 1839. the tich, by the neglect of virtue, b
. ,, ; -Turns flea Ctielantecholar toward his kerne; , .. malady, whieh ,tbe phYsicians do,. not, ' -) 'h d
, a - Deter re a engaged her to meeeliim ,
' ' ' And yields his:nature to sweet influences I reckon with the selfAinattatlisiait'e,' or '' ars towards the shore at Portici. The - Dear Siri-1 have received the Ea. dulgence tn vice, will rink into me
' -e, once more in his asylum, that he inight
' '- That purity and save. , , number atnong those within the sphere e'reptión ceased in the evening, but the gager Containing the article from the insigto.ficance. l'he'rtian in office
i f:' ' i'
The rude boy thenk her for the life, she had, in a Is 0
, of their medical practice, and about - detonations recommenced on theld,and Peovidence burned, which ornong, lathe be removed without a revolutien, I
' -i; .' Comee with hissbouting schoolmates from their fold sense, restored, or saved; and the
r ' sport 1 which the metaphysical talk very clear.
gentle nun found means and incline., continued throughout the day. In Ore er things. asserts, that I have come out vacant beats are open to the ;emelt
' ,
' i , ( .,On the smooth 'frozen lake, as the firet star. ly and wisely, while they con neither 4. , ..
s t tultu her promise. Here De- evening, Vesuvius was all on fire, and in favor of a high Tara I conclude or all.
.,
Things pure, and cold, its silver crescent forth; own its nature calculcate its duration ;wt.' - -')
le a full disclosure of bts son. the lava flowed down into the plain be. that I rim indebted to you for it, as, in 'I can conceive no form of goi
'e, . Andehrowing off his skates, with boisterous glee
reoc be an antidote, nor resist its at! 'clue mei tween Portici end Torre Del Greco, the conclusion of your comdlents you meet to perfectly compatible with
A Hastes to hie mother's side. Her tender hand P rt timents, and entreated his benefectreee committing great ravages.
'. say, that you will ebeltree the number principle, ofchristianity. or so dir
. e ' pour shake the snow flakes fremhis 'gluey curie tads. Yet, among her most earthly
to coneent that she would bless the life !
.e,,),,, And draws him neareeand with gentle voice, thoughts, Therese adtnitted not the pos- Perfume of flowers. ' containing it to meeane ask of ,me eeme csiculated to promote the happines
he.o.wed her, by accepting his hand ' '
AAP of hit lessons, while her Idled heart oibility of her ever seeing Delorba bee i According to the experiments of M M notice on the subject. , all matikind ae a democracy It it
,,
, e Solicits silently the Sire of Heaven yond the wall which then enclosed them and tortune, and rendering her destiny -
Schubler and Kohler of Tubingen,white You wire right in pronouncing the only to be understood in thetheor3
.ex To bless the led. henceforth inseparable from his; and
', - - '! The timid infant learne Should, he recover and regain his lib
proposed that she would fiv h flowers are the MOBI numerous in creae rumor unfounded. It has not the felted- adopted in practice, by a peoPle q
Better to love its father -longer sits elv and life, while she remained be- beyond pursuit, where their union might
. with iirri lion, and the most oderifermo; and to ow of foundation; and yet if I mey fied to test its (rushee's, to secure
'' -. Upon hie knee, and with vevet hp hind, dead to the werld, but alive to thee eucceed the reel flowers. judge from the papers, that and similar admiration end oupport Of every ph
et,' . rents upen hie brow such hinguage a. the tongu memory, and selt-denying beneficionce be bpeedily consummated.
1 dllummy in a Peat moss. rumors have, for some time, been wide threphee throughout the world. Ili
1 e Bath never spoken. The pious sister was at first startled,
. - - ' Come thou to lire's feast, -to think of him; and, if this were sin- ' Among the curiosities lately added to ly circulating in the Northern part of
, ,.;, shocked-and she shuddered st the
With dove eyed meekness and bland charity- fel, to repent, get abeolved, and. then the Museum of the Royal Society of the Union; but for what purpose, or by It has been suggested that;theiB
e And thou shalt find 'wen winter's rugged blast go on and sin again. Yet, at the same i
thought of breaking her religious vows, , Northern Antiquities at Copenhagen, whom put in circuletion, I am at 9 should alter the form of their note!).
. .1 , .4 The minstrel teacher of the well tuned soul; tirne, hke a good little nut), she shed- and returning into the ways of templet there is one of a singular nature and loss to conjecture. So far froth favor- otead of saying We promise to pa
,,,, And when the last drop of its cup is drained,
dered at the thought of 'letting her con- lion and folly, and the delueions of a !great historical interest. It is the mum ing, I believe of all calamities that can demand,' they sliould,readie'Whec
le- Arising with a song of praise go up wide and wicked world. 'For the De Il
4. A Tuttle eternal bangeet.' secreted heart. run so rar aatraras to t -a- -i' I ray of a female, found in a peat bog near befall the country, a renewal of the think proper we will pay.'
'"' facet) its heaven devoted strings on an thought she 'is ore and safe from
9 P Haraldskioor, in Jutland completely , Protective system, with its certain coo
t ...,t. ,, . The're wag ecarcty ever a finer compliment earthly object Nor did she let the se blemitilt; while locked in its shell, though '
sunk in the soft fragments of clothing sequences, would be among the greet- Fruits of Democracy
--!!, . . paid to lady than that which Dean Swift addres among the monsters of the deep, and that-remained on the mummy, and ena. Iwo; and it is really surprising, that with It appears that the amoutit of SI
cret of her bosom eircape in word Or
,,tri 'red to a witb who was always praising her
:' .s lies'und : died or look. She kept her sentiments the sands and sea-weeds. But, when bledthe skilful antiquaries of the north to , the liget of paot experience, any one of in the United States in 1810 wart .
The estimated emi te
You are always a gnd or your spouse, a throWn out amone them how soon 1 A
to herself, end gave her attentions anu e COnC.th.e, with tolerable certainty, 'hail sound judgment end attached to the "MM.
,;,11 , - ,
e out fitatneither reason nor conscience allows; services to her duties and her charge. meet it be ruined ,by the element, or it belongs to the last period of paganism, country, ehould think of making the at- epecie in the U. States now is ($ellf
I -';4 Perhaps you think tis in gratiude due, lost irrecoverably. Stet there was an. 000 making an increnem of .--.) 060
Meantime themoft euneibilitieo of the tnd M. Peterson bas endeavored, in an: tempt. I fully agree w ith you, that the
And you admire him because he adores you,
malade had not teen deadened or idle other idea, that rose in opposition to ble historical. iseay, to prove that the! South and, I trust. the great body or So much for the democratic Adm
Yner 41'1;88)081'P weak and ao yon will find, . .
thie, about the pearl,-a thoueht that it mummy
0-4, For you, by this rule, must adore all mankind! mule). the tare of lite gentle nurse. 'Pa- is tbe body of Gunnthilda, ! the sound and patriotic of all patties tuitions of Jackson and Von B
might be brought to light.en-d set. in 1-1
- -- - - tience,' wive one student of the human eeueen ef Norway, whom King Harald , elswhere, cruitiot be gulled by the roue May the Govertimetit? cotitinue ' ir
From the Token for 1910. 'lands fetich men, until (Told and
Illeatend enticed by promiees of mar- clues arguments put forth in itet favor.
affections, 'is the art of hoping ' This geld, and shine in the crown of a mon.
..
THESISTERTHERESE wati arch, whether Silt monarch, ver shall become the only wee'
Confirmed in the dili d
gent en eav. wea 1116 riage, to come to Denmark in 965, The growing intelligence of the age ie
.ei', earthly Inrd of her nappiness, or of a
, . Mr H. r. 001The ors of Thereee to revive the object ol when he put her to death by binking her opposed to all touch bchemes; and all surrency known to the Uutted Stal
The following little story is drawn ae her kindnees. 'aid., to set hint !roe. wirier sphere of comittion,if indeed one't In a we.
'r'. . attempts at the renewal of the Puttee.
a line silver thread from among the ma- tHope,' 8104 another, 'is the dream ol own enter nt4 and sphere do not corn. t Parallax of the fixed Stars. tree eystern must fell; or, if bucceebtai, Petticoat Government -,l'he, N
,,,.. 0 y, crt- e. gadder mei more fear fist hue, e "wee mane This, also might have prise more, and assume a wider influ- , ft'
. be nitieteeuth century im remarks- be followed by a revulteon that wee'. itrapton Mese. Coln ter enys, M tea I
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ence, and a higher importence, thwart
eiee , -- flint melte tirthe,oilmseri Zh-6r-d Ortite been :pronounced true concerning the ble for tiCit., enterpriee and pewee- speedily probtrete the trystem. with itifi -1181nr.8l4 an whim" 1"Y ''"I
r 1 ..' ' history of that bloody pefiod, the teign invalid, could his atomlite have been the world bookie. But still Ate paiteed"anee, 0 ,11aFgreat end -acknowledged iteely greater lose than gam to, the mare .trelghteel "Os "8 inn P'1.-' (31fr
.,,,1 of terror in France. It is giveo in the while her heart proved a limiter to her - It ausite ots-Atra,.., S' .2, -... '..k. ,
read att they passed unuttered through dtfliculties, antl.for the solution of prob- tirecturere themselves.
,,e,...e writings of a French author of veracity, hie mind. S range as t may seem to in the very moment necessary; and !ems, practical and theoretical, mought se I have not been Gen, Hamilton in the le -- l'e isl
', -.- concerning the eventt of that day, from she could not, for her lite, rally the ar- vill doubtleee go into ti . ,.g
lb one of the four bighted climb(
those who do not understand how wild vain, or deepaired of in former ages. recess, unit cannot opeak for him; bu
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e'e which it io here rather recounted than ly and perversely the wayward keen gementer of objectione, hi
w---ch 81)13 To the discoveries of the North wee' have no (Mule that the rumor to as un ind if the (tingle gentienien den'ti
eee . translated., - thought it was perhaps her duty to mire.,
will sometimes take upon itstelf to act passage, the course of the Ntger, the founds d in hie RN in my case. iti fact. dieir eye, she will be choecii est
,1'5,
,' A. Among the unfortunate pereons who independently of the rewriting head, egainst her lover's proposal.and a voice I cause of Magneterm,lhe Mectioniani of I tnay say, that the united vuice of !hie Then in epite of guns. we hall bt
ie. was pleading etroneey in ite favor. A
, , were cast into the prisune of Berrie while Deloebe was vet uncertain wheih- 'init.( flannet tiovert,ment I .'
- Light li, 6, w c have now to add another. State, including all partieo and ever
:',.t. - eau, to await their turns at the Gull- er he was virtually a beheaded man or eubtle coeuist way operating On her wo. Queen V ctoria iii England,-E
' i Leine, should it please theme 'Amen vering soul; and ebe reopened, that if it The Parallex of the Fixed Store: Thie pursuit. is opposed io the eyertein. . At
Iseabella in Spain, DOntið Merle i.
.. not, but cettain that his benefautrobe mbirn'ficent conquest has been achieved 1er as I aril itiforened, I bcarcely knee
it monsters in the human form, "8' had renounced.the world arid profeesed wail; sinful to break her convenant en we by Profebsor Bessel, of Konigeborgh, at exception. tngal, Queeir l'arnaraera iu China
e p erre end his 811e0eitilaS in crueity, to herself deaci to earthly attachment, hie end go back to the troths of the world- ,-- AND
,... iti a eerier,' of observations of 'lie eouble With great respect, 1 ern te.
lino, she was already guilty, eince the GRANNN HARRISON
find them guilty of oppoquig their do- heart had warmed as with new vitelit star, No 61, in the Constellation Cyg- J, C, CALHOUN.
e Y '
... . sigro,, by standing in their way to rule, beneath her care; mei was shooting out tram gresvion of the heart was the eery US, whose distence he has ascertained T. RITCHIE. Esq. n Anierica.--iluzza for Petticoat
e ' was Henri Delorbe, an inhabitent of the its young affections after her like the lout of actual tranegreseion; ebe could to he 660,000 ttmes (in numbers) the
FeDERAL IACTICS, I lie policy Of
-
, . city, and a youtig man of birth and for. roots of an air plant, that grow without ever epee to regret that bhe had indent of the earth's orbit, or (e. leo in ' Military Hospital alter e Buttle.-This
'-.'; tune. h Federal members of Con resit it, descrip.ion is n new work entitled 'Vice
',,f.' ground, and bee upon the wind that 'mend herself to the letter or her vow, 6'2 700,000.000.000 miles t-e ., : g ' , -
regard to the aumittance to beate ot ele - ernty:'by the author,of 'Ste
lo the person of Delorbe, a striking shakes them. But he, too, had learn- ellen in epirit she hoe broken it, name The details heve been communicated
.he let her lover depart without Ker: to Sir John Herschel.
nuniberse
members from New Jersey, has been to Waterriton081:1'
ees ' be tuty of.face bud form, and a noble ed a wise man sparoth hid tongue ' es
.g' , '0 beantig and winning grace of deport.
pecially in a case like thie, (if in' deed ind, since her heart hed gone out kite . The Indian Juggler's Secret. keep the people in the (talk. They 'hi the yard ore quinta, or nobleman's
,e ment, wore united with a richly-endowed 'litrenye of the wentlerer, hand, foot, hove tried every way to prevent all evi- I looked through the grating and saw abe
le he had a predecessor.) and he k
ept si. Lieutenant Button states, that the
dencetheitig presented before the Heuse, hundred wounded
- . tilifil and high toned virtuous prim- lence, not ullowing an intimation of the and all, might as well go with it. emitter' which the Indian Jugglers. hart- aeldiers waiting to hay
, pies. Tile horrors of hits situation ane
, truth to metre concerning his penchant Thus, the prudent nun deltberated, rile with impunity, me drugged with o- end the Federal ',open, are eupporting limbs amputated, while ethers were at
them to it, else w Ity eo they not publielt
.
ii impending rate preying on hie spirits; ror the fair recluse. halanced and reasoned; and, fleetly like pium, which rendere them qiiiet and every monleyt. 11 would be difficult to c
:; mid the utiodme of the prison infueioe Therese bad now fixed on a time and the young bird, that, having tined found harmletib- l'he effects of the drug will Dr, Duncan? an idea of the frigtful appearance of them
if him w ill IlUt MA er fro they had been wounded on the 5th width
lin doeutitente rend by
them, They know that thib is the 'poi- the .711); their limbs were swollen to an
e pewee into hiefraine with every breath. i way to' bring about hie liberation. he uee of its wings, retune to its nem not wear off for a fortnight or three 8-"b
played too much for his physical otter. ila was sick and in primon, and blie had no more, she resolved to keep clear of seckie a drugged snake which Lietilen
e teen to resist. 'The spirit of a mai enned chalice that will 'mum to tbeit mous dive and the emelt from gunshot is
'e mnietered IMIO him, und nOw W0111(1 the mOnafttio restraints of the sister. int Hutton purchased, at the tepee ot
i may sustain hie infirmities, but a wow). eve ehrow tipon the prison doors unto itood, and to entrust her fate for better hree weeks, flew at him unexpectedly, r
)wn lips. rho beautiful lines of BrY- 'wail dreadful. fieme were Bitting utile
ee,.. dud !pint who can bowl' Nature's nor yet, forgetting. or for wow, with him who had render. end nearly strangled him. ant are applicable here: '
tim that wee hound,' 4aint a wail, ender the eked of a nun
forcer; in the COnstitutiOn D
4. N. f Delmbe, ut,,t, while it wag enjotned upon lief to 0J a life of seclusien irksome.... Transfornzation of Oats into fl5e. "I'rtith crush'd to earth shall rise again.
eliesout-trees, and, as many or them
r" seeped by lito accumulated ills, were The wernai lears of God are hers,
do the one thing.it wee also her intlillIC 'Phe d I d d '
3 ma e taste to spare en pa... Dr, Weiesenborn represeets a etate- Buterrer, wounded, writhes in pain wounded in the head as well as limbs,dit
made for awhile to succumb. He w
at. Inn not to leave the other undone.' eed over into Spain, where the narrbtor, mete of this phenomenon to have beim And dew amidst her worshippere ?' ly countenances or these potir fellows pre
brought low in sickness, and thought But to do ti I
ile atter good it became Arose purpose was not to make out a eorroborated In the Idel onnual report (New Eta.
Dose to death. In this Stele of prefer a &meal eight. The streams agora whi
, 4 ''''' necessary for her to confide her plan to long rotnantic story trout a pair of lo. of the Agticultural Society of Coburg A
, ,, e lion and lauguiehment, tt was permitted Nei in the Zanesville Republican trickled down their cheeks were quite h
e third erson a d e I' t 1 t - b t r ther to record the facts ol
ps . , ii n le es mists anee yers, tr, et . which asserts this tranefomintion to
,,,,,e him to retnove front hie cell to the Ho .rates diet there have been t wo millions Jd wait the loin, and gave their fuel a ,
8 in carrying it out to succeee. rhiN per- Delorbe s imprisonment and liberation. take place if the mite be sown very Iste
,I.,:, ).,. pad, where file devout Sisters of Char- ene hundred ford Mini-wetland busliela 'ind copper-colored hue, their eyes wen
eon tee will short' h ci 1 hi f f I h
y appear, was t e an I le no e traits o emu e c erecter tribute Midedinimer day) anti cut twice
- 1 y lent their truly benevolent and Chris ' ofgrain eold this year in that county. and fixed, and what between the streets
4urgeon of the hospital. by which the letter watt brought alone, tie green fodder before ftliooling into ,., ,
1 ett eervices, attending on 'the Pick, re- I th t I h A el 1
n - e -tying t ey is-8 inetructee e- sluip.y &aye, they were married. Thud, flower stalks, whereupen ft coneiðerft- i Die ift waling to dome purpoee. oat, of exhaustion, and despair, they rese
fleeing their wants, and closing the !orb I f f I
o etgn ate symptoms, end theft hy tegereetmen, he waree them, al on hie number of the oat plants do not die .,
Tillb ItOW Its I I
brunet aing lee. AS long mu G a group of bronze figures than any
.
eyes of the dying. ils eie people wet seek to protibeing. human. There they sat, silent and maim
.. a dying struggle; after which he mus wings over all the perils, the escapee, iti -the o ,urse of the winter. hut art
-...:!, . it fell to the lot of Delorbe to have ' k they w ill tits well bliOligh. Tbe earth waiting for their turn to be carried Ito ti
sin away as if he had departed, a little the melte, hills, ravinne, roses, borne, cliaiged in the foltowing steleg into rye,
, ,,, Ins ministering angel appointed in the will yield greater discounte to tee far. putating tables. At the other aide of th
while before the usu .
al hour for ti e at- hedged sod cittelieo, thet we way sup- forming walk'. which can not be knoe n
. . form of young sister Therese, a fair, tending physician to make hie usual pose upon the way, by an siry and short front those of the flutist winter rye. Let il .4 t
mer than all the Hanka in the Union, lay several whose state, was too heiplest
, , eonapabeionate, self-sacrificing girl, who one coun y alone that ban pro. up; a feeble ell' trom them occuionally, tc
, round among the patients. Delorhe 0. couree, strai Itt to the hymeneal after. any one Pow the Oats dutine the leiter ere I.
r
having renouuced 'the world,' and the beyod, tor be saw that she w k T d g 1 It 1 f h h If I J d II I -
ell new here he tecreet y ta oto eave 0 i 0114, a o une, an ie ronsiormation in
, duced timely two millious of dollaro who were passing, for a drink orwater, 1
,
, .
. two other portions of that federal head worth of grain in one sention 1 As ye they uttered.
' how to combine the sviedom of the set. wise' forbearing to follow them be end.
y Y queotion will certainly hike place.
, of wiekedness, that, occupying the hu- pent with the harMleesnees of the dovê it, to Pee if the discloititered nun proved . Chesnut and Oak. titlVd, 80 012811 ye reate1-Erte e --
- man heart, is the nucleus of so much whi)e he becarneh d , .
or credo pupil. He any more faithful to her latter than her . A Gardener at Metz has grafted a Iron' the Ohio Statesman.
.PRICE OF PRODUC
evil, felt only a single desire to carry fr A Prom the Weatminster M. D )D
. em
. , tieecte. a wrong paroxysm aueceedin former covenant; or carrying out her cheentit DM, en tInk end - the expett
, out the principle of her prcilession into W H !US LOOK AT THI6. We ila ve oupposed it might at
languor, end at late, the sloe ' h' I f h d ' nent succeeded. The Advatitages at
p that has theory couc mg is VHS o cart on 1 i
action while she wa
, tched over the suf We candidly think thet no Yeti. .11 bent be interesting to our reader
g vi o
..1. 00 &Darn. As was the cuetont when life into practice maintainetrittal, ince 1 tending it in the culture of the chesnut
, feting, endeavored to soften their pains, has any generous eieutiments et hie have by them a table of prices fo
one hsd expired, Dares 14 rend the she mi ht 6forlolvi the multitude to do: ore very great, from the'delleacy of eel
awl to keep up the faint and flickering sheet over his face, to fP h 1 ' gYet, from the moral elemental roots; which.by ibis method; may now! er- r '
sign' y t at he evi . h a i can rend the following picture last ten or eleven years. It has
, Mune of life-or when it meet ha , of Democracy, without feeling mortteoe been the practice of federalism tr
t --- -- so, had ceabed to breathe; and there he lay, whose birong mutual attraction had ' find a substitute In 111088 of the more I'D
.ft . . smoothed the pillow of the dying. 1 that he ever belonged to the Whig parry peal id the vapidity of men, whill
like a form of spiritices clay, hen the drewn them, into this sacred union, we beet tree of northern erode,
The gentle nun had never be d f
ar o physician tretered, Supposing that his 'judge that neither Therese nor Delorbe Natural Soda Fountain. 1 famed 88 they are for the most selfish mocracy appeals to ,their patrio
. '
-- the history of Cupid . and Psyche, nor, patient ' was beyond the need and the ever bad cause to wish that her first vow Mo Spalding an Anerican miseion- ,
and aristocratic notions. Nor can we Federalism talks of the cent per eel
,
, , though she owned that ehe had h -
a earl reach of his bkill, he mild no further hid been kept inviolate, or that his, ary, writing from Fort Van Couver,bee . .
uoubt that the reading of it will mews whileelleatoeracv appeals to IWO
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..rft . 'deeperately wicked,' bad obe siei I d burning blueh of shame to rush in tbe that loves its frio;dom and scoros4
1. it ef having a vulnerable 8 t pec e investigation, than to ask when he dieri; death in the hoepital had been a reality yond the, Rocky Mountains, describes .
cneeks ot all those erring men, who last ,......all , ,
its birthright for a so ot, pot,
P whereta end being told by the nuree how- recent. instead of a feint. this'. phenomenon, which he passed r
random arrow from the little busy arch-. ly hie tete strugele woe over, and how i on hie journey from Fort Hall. The , ,
All voted against -their party, and lent Buttelosellaboereceive e-grerate,
, er, reeching her unaware , tuoir mu to the whip. How proud does the tiller fibre soil e ,'''
. t, it e, might strike he had sunk awiy, he then passed on T Mice is Wh eh,-Mnises Hoyt Jr. fouotain bas several openings; one o.
.- and enter, and bitty its If b must every true Democrat feel, when ter degree of comfor141-1 -
- I, e eyond the to feel the pu'ae (Welber& that beat, no Is elected to the Mass. H. of Repreeen- i which is about fifteen feet in diameter, b t
,,I f , power , of extraction. e casts hie eyes over the following lines iti countries where the
, doubt, more feebly than that of the sup. tativee, but the wiee one's are in a quail. with no discovered bottom. About and 11 h
re eels I at he has never been see.. Does liberty and ir
it' iii,' i -De pleasing: external of the young posed coreee. darn for there are three of that natne in twelve feet below the surface ate two
. i, ,etranger had at first WOn bor notice, and .
In the evening. Therese pretended the placte-They bed bettor cast lots large globes, on either glide of 'hie open., reant I It. d
o is uty. safer and a ',wee'
-' ee drawn out hor sympathy tow d h - I ieg, whence the ell'ervescence MIMS WI ÐEMOCRACL--"The system of the masses of Tom
,,...,1, ar s lin in that the twdy ot the prieoner was des tor the honor. -Exchange. ,
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