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, ,: , V 1 . 114), THS OHM DSM3CIAT . - It. 1 Ott need Hot he soprehooneiv,
,2:,-, EARL'S!' ArrEOTIONS.
:,,,.., , .,, ,. :AN, MINA!. TALE!
.''l ' ' . Ohl that Wowed lima is ne'er re. r.gtet
. . :. Skil it lingering hatunsthe greenest vet.
,- , , , , Oa memorx's waste I . , . ,
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hat he will possess any advantage 0
ter you on that account, as it im by you,
lesent Teacher's adviie that Fathe,
desires yon to remain this sumtner, he
your progress at College. l'herefore be
1 . .1 ..Wilteli first love toned 1 ; - - t I a 68 e s , w 1 i !root, nbieswrh, i it: ht ewgLiri eta al ibt? eye:id:cut! gt irtteeetik, 1
l ,, . 74, i Twas a fish; that neer can shine again, '- ,' 8cw:eYmelPo:ostiseuedwyBiotur company in , the fall . "
'" on 1111)edult sterm 1
,., ' This assurance satisfied him as he was
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. , .. , . Moine. as loathe to leave them- as they were
, , ,. -1 ti', . Among the conclusions of the multi- reluctant that be should go, tTwas only
)1 eJ"- '-. tude of literati, who have from time to ambition that made him discontented.'
i' ,,, :, - -', time been 'peculating upon metaphys Washington's spirits now revived and
-v,e ;,,,, ,, sics,-, we find a variety of opinions all at breakfast, no suepicion was left upon
0: 1, ,:-:',:., of which appear to have some ciatm to the minds of his parentg, that any thing
. , 1,-r,, eationalityksome compare our early af. had been deranged,.all was now:well,
, 4'.,,.. ql.,feetions leveling pinata around which he resumed his studio contented as he
,1,1'.' the gr and feeling, eagerly and spa. fore, a few days passed thus when one
4,, :,' talionsly twine; while others compare evening, he and Amelia were walking
, ; , them to a vine springing out of the earth at twilight, in the remote part of tile
,; ; : , : amid a thicket of shrubbery and clins garden, which terminated by a ridge of
i' 1, , , gin to the first one with which it eirs rocks, along which silently murmered a
'I ,I, 0 ,. cumstantially- comes in contact. ' For small rivulet, to seo how they would re
':1 fr.:. ' imy own part I do not feel to coincide conoitre their bower as summer was now
"4- ! exactly with either of the foregoingthe. approaching. ,
' , , crier neither would I rashly assert, While they were consuiting, a car.
!.-- ' - . that ;hey are dependent upon eupernals rine drove up to the door, and prom
' 7 vral agency for directione;but tome,the , catty a servant came runoing in great
. : vicisitudes of life appear to be a' con. haste, informing them tbat the persons,
'-:. .' aexion of circumstances one of of which who had just arrived were 'the same
t' 'Y influencer', and brings about another!, I that were , expected to move on a farm
' . ' . yet each, individual has the arangement I adjacent, which had been sold a shod
( , of them so as to make propitioue or un- time before to a retireing merchant from
propitioue, the sum . total of hie exiss Nashville, a man of wealth. As they
J !,1 1 . Once.. The young heart clothed with approached the house, they were met
i', 1 t. ; innocence and sensibility stands open to by their mother,wholappeared unusually
,i ,.,',:1.4,. : recieve impressions. But those impress joyous"Conse iu haste my dear chil.
- it mons cannot be made by a heterogenious dren" 'exclaimed she,' our neighbours
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: ,; actor like the iflolian harp, upon which have &rived, and you may guess the
1 .'g , Rude Boreas in vain endevore to play; rapture ofyour'parents vvhen we discov
,:ir,' but when the soft evening breeze passes ered thatwe were schoolsinatea togeth
1,4r, gent), by its magic strings are agitated er forty years ego," come in children
I' ';,,:'".,-if--. and we have the solemn vesper; so the you will , be pleased. with their angel
,-, ta , young heart thathis never .loved line a' daughter, which they have brought with
' ,,-'4 dormant harp until some, kindred spirit thorn."
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. . wakes it to the euphonies of life's first Washington and Amelia were intro
, N S '. musick to which it will ever after de. duced to Mrs. Montear and Caroline a
: t,:..... light to listen. ' ' lovely girl of fifteen. All was gladness
'' ; But whether the first impreeeions are upon the occasion, and rigid ceremonies
, ., the most sacred and most worthy to be were nnt adhered to. They all shook ,
.., - " cherished, is a matter of which I do not each other heartily by the hand. Wash.
.4 wish to prepossess iny courteous reader. ington however felt a little timid as he
', , ,,. But leave it for him to decide after fol. approached Miss Montear, but in con
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' . lowing me througlyhe peregrinations Of sequence of their parents familiarity, he
1 ' er ',' .my tale. - - ' thought it no impropriety, and she ap
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1 ,,, 11 , , Wherever has riassed through the peered to him more like a Ion absent
l -4-' ',,,,,i,",.',. middle region of I'ennessee; must have friend than a new acquaintance!
' "-,..;,:ii been struck with its romantic and pictur. There was enmethiug quite cove! in
ir ,:''. 0
i , ,N,,,.4,ti,4 pique appearance, lolly mountains, and the circumstance which brought togeth
ll ',1-,"' extended valleys. Through which are or these once schoolmates; after being
- t-Y --,:, 'scattered beautiful villages and eaten- estranged so many year', and with in
I , ''-,,.''-'-,; tore farms,where reside hundreds of farm toxicating earneetnt Bs did they set in to
1 ,ii,'1 . ilies, which Princes might envy.. Thbis tell each other all the vicissitudes of for
,., - part of the country may with propriety e tune they bad met with sin0e they had
r;k '' celled "the Switzerland of America" A last seen each other, forgetting at the
, was in one of these- valleys. between same ime that thby were plasing the
4, ', ', the Tenneopee and Cumberland mere. young in rather an embarrassing situa
, 1 i that the Father of the hero of my tale tion; which wes however reheved by the
' ty, ' ,Y resided, upon a beautiful farm in sight interest which the,conversation inspired,
I. -.. 4,',, of the village of R ---. Ile was a yet interesting as it wae, Washington
1 t fre.q, hhi ern isoe 1 fh, 1 mw shot 11 of ob issh ea it 8-
1 ' tie disposition. he therefore felt satisfied tention was attracted towards Caroline.
'''''' 4- Inanh ()hi; sin- codme rpaet tee nceiyr,C eu qui mu at lain: ti n8d'if;efreean't uSeunretilYy"f7sgs:ild
' : l'j ' ',,'!', 7:Wealth, or little more than. to sustain beautiful! Caroline was peculiarly
. ' ' C '''.' a reopectable character in his neighbor- heedful; her hair which was slightly
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it, ,:, , , hood ad community. hlack, hung streight but gracefully upon
l'.'! ,, . --4,, Hts family consisted of a wife and her shoulder'', and upon her counten,
, : v , , two children Amelia and Wpthingtoti, ance played a thousand gracet, enam
- e .' in them he delighted; and being awere meting the cheek of veetal innocence.
' ,.. ,J that he wee unab:e- to make thetn inde. regardless of all the charges of formal
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14 ,. pen( ent, y fortune, he purposed beelow- philosophy against eager prepoisession,
fr ' ong upon them alitore durable fruition, he owned within his heart that he loved
,1 - which would make them both OtnaMen her. liew he could eo immediately be
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. c: tal and useilii in 'society, 1 mean an Ed- attached to an almost entire (stranger,
,i, ,,-, ncation.
was a matter which be thought fit for
, Weshington had now epent the win- tho-e Ni ho en eagerly pour their anath
' 'I ter fide 1811) vase et the Academy in diTifid against eponteneous attachmente
i., , the vidage of. R , it was on e to decide. But for hie own part the
i , - , Inning morning in the latter pert of A- flame which fanned his passion from the
, ' ;e ',. pril, Phoebus was just commencing 10 motneut he held her hand, was sufficient
1' T ride the orient shies. in her charriot e- to convince him that there was some
' r . . therial, the foreet began to show a clou
t. thing more electric about genuine af
,1 i. trly greeithh aenditnoaftwuirnetseeremAendxr altwoallthe faction, thadndis adfndtteld by those svi ho
'et' 1 , wella,gdomeatic econes,.eeemed 'clad in Zettra ;Pero led T rao;rimn at h ea: iffilaei risao8f 1 ovneg.
,d , ... : Iwivaellipneenseelves.a veil eWeasst haitn igitioon,wlit:d new! o 71., pa (1, iltayd toonne ("lei coon apr ekeinedn
rt 'e d ft ems)peot ni ed , ewe e
'IA ilia etudying room; before ham lay might probably be informed in whet
,,..' yllorace and his Laun Dictionary, fur manner kindred spirits co-operate. Or,
' ' ' the first time objects erdiquisli not 601 lied even any other been there titan
, ,. ' ;he ei,ihed to abandon them. bill his those interested in the unexpected mee
ti ,,,,, wieh waa to go la one of the l'ennsyl- ting he could have noticed a reCiproca
Amnia College in Company with his tion of feeling between WaShington and
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' - - 4,elase-mate who was to set out that mor
.1 mug'. Caroline. . ,
. Supper being ready the conversation
. - ,'' Ile looked across and sew Mr, Jen.. ended for the present. and now for the
' ,,: ' .viene' servant rigging out the carrage to first time it occurred to them that their
::,,A, lake hie son to College. "Surely' protracted conversation had proloably
1 . '-,.. geld he to himself. "1 re3d Latin and
placed the yonng in an awkward eitue
, ; 1. Greek nd readily as James Jinkins. and lion, who were coinpelled to give thorn
why is it that 1 cannot go; he will res audience.
., ceve hiso degree and 1 am loft behind" "And you Mr. Rothwell" said Mr.
: Theee thoughts dejected hintiso that he Montear addressing himself to Wash
1, . .''' I entirely dis1')ed hie lesson, when his ington "have not partaken of the rap,.
. 't timer Ats. ,At entered the room to call turous Neel which has characterised
- - bim to breakfast. "Washington ; said the etteuingt". "Indeed to me the time
i elle 'volt look sad this morning, if I may was interesting," replied Wanhington
te geese, tr is the departure of yoor class- 6.1 was happily entertained in listening."
, , o mate that you are regretting; 1 morns to
.1 rid the e was morel int macy existing 1
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fteosbeardie 1 believe" interrupted Mrs. Rothwell,
Je" "it is a true saying that early attach.
bmenteb are6eldheaymootisrt miaeset ia gg, for it has
i , . en I w 1 tin this even.
him ihat makes me regret Ins deporture; tug. Not intending, however, to pro.
1 .but he will, graduate befdre me, mid be duce the effect which it actualy did have
applauded by his friends while I am de- upon the minds of some present. , .
. Wined" "I hope you would not envy supper being over Washington, Ames
.:Ititii;" "Not at all but since we have lia, and their young acquaintance Miss.
,but he will, graduate befare me, end be du"Ce the effect which it actualy did have
epplauded by hia friends while I am do- upon the minds of soma present. ,
weed" 611 hope you would not envy supper being over Washington, Am.
.-hirri," "Not at ett but since we have lia, and their young acquaintance Miss.
'; clato'a-orttee thee ter, I do not bee Catoline repaired to tho sitting room
iv by we cannot enter college togeti while their parents tartlet! to the pinch
,erote the bowie to look at Jim 'rearm,
gbich were now just coining over the
'till. Mr. Montear having given them
brdera how to proceed, they. seated
!hempielves on the porch and rimmed
heir conversation by inoonlight,But
Ne repair to the room. 6al conjecture"
4aid Washington, addressing himself
to Miss. Catoline,"your removeal to the
country will not have a very pleasant
effect upon your mind, as presume
you have been used to living. in town,
besides Nashville is a 'very lively
place." olndeed" answereo "lishall
be very much disappointed if I do not
enjoy myself better here than in town,
as have for ionic time cheriehed an in
clination ofliving in the country."
"That will be wholly wino your
though reluctant to own it heforo the
world of cold philosophy. ,
Ile retained his position in the erg
bout, and was oot observed:by them un
til they had come quite near. "I hope we
are 1101 intruding," said Amells,"Not at
all," anawerad ha inviting them to take
seats. 6'We have well.met" cdnlinuad
she "presenting to him a paper," Miss
Caroline and I have sought this retreat
for the Mises' of readiug a tale which
it contains, we will now request of you
to read it for us I at that moment a sap,
-aims wail uu wiltiiiy uwwg,10 your 1 vent came running from the lime, to
disposition, tor while some ere fond of i inform Amelia that the Pareon and his
the bustle of a town, others prefer more t wife, were in thehouse, :and were de.
retierd living." "It is for that reason , aims that she should play for them
we left town being all somewhat fond ofi some tunes on the Piano. She begged
rural living." ,
1 to be excused for a short lime adding
"If you are romantic" interrupted.A. that she expected the Parson would not
mho, "you have chosen the proper detain long, and that abe would return as
place, for we have some of the finest
soon as possible.
scenery here on the Tenneseee; where, Waehington and Caroline were now
romantic solitude sleeps on every rock, alone. Ilow sacred was that moment;
and there are such beautiful walks along variegated naturehung about them, its
the river." I recording scenes. They cast at each
"I suppose" answered ,Washington, other onebsparkling lookwhat angel
if she is as romantic as you 'are, you graces could a painter have taken from
will, have an agreeable companion in those expreselye gazee; innocent as the
your Alpine retreat, so that I shall not violet tinged morn when it gilds the ()-
have the pleasuie of walking w, ith you, .
on Summer evenings."' tient Heaven.
1 Washington had now no apprehen
An expression unspeakable and tin.. ion that Caroline mild not :respond
spoken, could be recognized in the coun to his feelings. He therefore resolved
tenance of Caroline, her youog heart to remain inowspense co !clanger, but
glow ed with happy anticipations of the. declare;unto her his affection, 'Caroline'
future, she fancied she saw an intimate said he as he served himeelf by her side
associate in Amelia, and a Lover in upon a moss-covered settee, on one
Washington, she now thought she had .
, .4 side of the Bow er swben I planted this
al !ant I...Intl knavish ..a ---s.;1;", -;,
at last found hearts of seneibility with
whom etre could be happy, for shd bad
long been disgusted by the flattering
crowd, in which she had been compels
led to join, where every enjoyment Web
blighted by tasteless affectation.
Thus passed the evening, and the
village bell tolled nine, before any of
them thought of reitring.The chat
which bad been as innocent, and con
fident as bettYeen the most intimate
friendsand pleasant to each, was now
interrupted by the entrance of the aged
part of the family. Mr. Montear de.
sired to have some mum on the piano 1
before they retired, and at hie request,
Amelia week upon "Sweet Home" it
eulted the occasion; carrying back their
thoughts le child-hood's scenes, where
" whilom they pent their halcyon
hours." Caroline followed singing, and
playing the beautiful Spanish Anthem,
orar, f'sr o'er Bill and dell."
Butihow can I describe Warthington's1
feelings, as her nimble fingers were 1
aporting over the elastic chords; It seem.
ed like Hope's young angel mocking the
vespers of youth's calm evening.
He watched her with eager eyes, hie
soul thrilled at evry accent; when ele
came to the linetr
1,0er a Father's dime tomb
-,, See the orphan benline
A tear stole silently down her cheek.
'he tried to conceal it. But he saw it
"what senivibility" said he withii,
limself. But how These lines cot&
touch ber feelings more than any other,
le could not imagine, since her parents
were both present. He therefore attri
buted it to natural sensibility.
The evening now being far spent the)
White forms beloved still would keep
Their vigijs round each pillow.
rhe following day, they accompanied
their new neighbors to their intended
resi'dence. 'rho dee was joyfully spent,
and Washington received reneweó
surances that she who he so lately, and
yet ardently, loved reciprocated in foe
tingsBut time forbids to continue
this history minutely, suffice it to Bay
(hitt they 000n felt themselves agreea
bly situated at their new home. Ame
lia and Caroline became intitnete like
sisters, and the interviews of Washings
ton and Caroline were frequent,
bower, little did I think ithit an angel
form like thinýwittehould ever move
in it. I fancied that buch an image to
adorn it, could not be found lathe world
of reality, but was the concomitant of
some arid phantom, found only in ima
ginatione'e wide domain. But upon
your dechtion, depends the joy. or sor
row with which, this hour is to charac
terise my future life, for I AM constrain
ed to declare without reserve that you
and you alone are capable of making
me happy, for it le you alone that I
love.--She looked at him with unaffec
ted :resignation; and while a deep-fetched
oigh attested her sincerity, oho said
'Washington, you know that I have
loved you eine we were first introdu
eed" and dropping against him she ad
ded "I am thine.' "Dearest Caroline"
(mid he, kissing away the falling tear,
"this moment has opened to me the per.
tale of an earthly Elysiurn,"thus in each
others embrace the irrecoverable vow
was interchanged; Beholding them--
Methinks the champion angel of affec
tion raieed his Hymen tromp, to keep
a vigil over the halcyon hour. Hos
sacred a the wreath toven by the first
impulse of love. How sweet eucl,
disinterested union uf heart more oder
ous than the dewe upon the bpring field&
Thus forgotten by themeelvee the)
remilinedtwilight btole slowly and un
perceived around while Orelioi
waS tinging tha sky's distant. verge.
They were however inlet rupted by the
entering of Amelia, who had just heel
reletteed from the reetraint ot the Par
At the request of Caroline, they ac
companied her to her home, it being
only a few paces) and spent the evenieg
Time rolled on, summer wep
drawing to a close and with it the swee
interviews of Wirehington and Carolier
were doomed to be euepended
It WaS a calm autumn evening, 'bp
declining sun painted the hills with lan
guid yellow ; violet-bordered cloudp
lightly veiled the blended ether; and na
ture seemed mourning over ite failing
urnnot a sound was beard, save thi
rustling of the frostbitten leaver whicl
plaintively sung a dirge to departing
summer. This elate of things was
suited to Waehington's feelings, whr
wee just goleg to bid adieu at least foe
a year, to the objects of hie effeltionei
for like it, his expectations and hope&
were to recede in toorpense, end be fol
ded in uncertainty by the Week Autume
A few melancholy contemplation&
had so often gazed, while they
but the frigrant landscape soon diverted
'Felt how the bleat charms of oature improve,
his attention, and while his senses were When voice them reflected from the looks
regaled by the nderiferous perfumes of that we love."
the scented gale, a thousand pleasing She felt melancholy but knew not Whyi
recollecticne flitted across his mind. aid perhaps it was a foreboding of
Caroline was the subject of hie golden their aeperation ! which bOMO magic
dreams. " Ile almost wished himself a epright was whiapering into her ear, for
way from the din and noise of nature, ir ehe yet knew nothing of his intended
1 gbe were Only hiN compeoloo departure.
IAs he waked from Ws arid dreams,' 'Caroline,' said be seating himself
the saw hie sister Amelia, and.Caroline beside her, 6the hour has arrived when
, entering the garden, , Ile was ready fo. fate has doomed us to sever l" 'Sever
'Never I But distence must seperate
us for a while, which will I - hope only
twine tighter that wreath which bind
our hearts together. Say but that 'you
will still be mine, and take this mug,
which' you will wear upon your left
hant4 as an emblem of our Imped for
'Irretrievably am thine' responded
she; Ile kissed the falling tear from
her cheek'a lock of your heir and
farewell!' A tear stood in his eye, and
marked the sadness of his heart as he
cast tlielast lingering look open the
faceiihich reflected-the pleasing antic
pations cf future felicity.
'Stop a moment Waehington' said
she, as be held the latch in his hand
ready to' depart. '
'There is one thidi of which you
are ignorant, and which I feel it my du-1
ty to acquaint you of, though contrary
to the will and moat emphatic injunc
tions of Mr and Mrs. Montear. But
as value my and your happinesa, I
must make it known to you-, hoping that
you will pardon me for concealing it
thus long, which was a duty I felt to
my pretended parents,for such they are.
You have been uni'er the impassion
that am the only child of Mr and Mrs
Montear. This is only a pretence of
theirs, for what purpoee cannot tell.
They have in all casea called me their
Ichild, and adjured me by all that is PR..
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companivii in borne untroden eilenceint heart 1 hut that l'iimposeible I Nee icouut of flu tune. 0 the other baud
not knowniu ihAt ontinithile Recantun- oi!' 611eaven forbid' interrooted be. however. be could O. 09 particular
not knowtog that solitude-is becuatoin- er r. 611eaven forbid':interrupted he,' however, be could este. oe particular
e4 to such genthuarasm, ' end that bon- 'Never I Bat distance must seperate reason illy he should remonstiatir a.
dreda.have had, similar thoughts: us Tor a while, which will - hope onlj, gainst Iiis wire's deeigns; thinking it
mirhen'4?ttoirtiion. e t in ber alfent wino! twine tigbter that wreath which binds she could get a man of fintune whom
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Never 1 Bat distenci must sepérate reason it-by he should rimonitiate' a
is for a while, which will I ' hope onlY gainet his . wife's diteigne;, thinking if
wine tighter that.wreath which binds' she could get a MCI of tontine whom .-,-
on' hearts together. Say but . that 'you obi loved,' it would be an additional ,
trill sull be' nine, and take 'this mug advantege, in giving her privileges of ,,,,,
which'. you ' will wear upon your left' being benevolent,'.'which be knew would, oe'',s- J,:t
nint4 as an emblem of our ,huped for add to her kappinese. ' When they ay. - ..
Anion.' ' ' rived at the Ppringeoi teom was furnish, 4.
'Irretrievably I am thine reeponded ed for their teception, the eppearance or
the; Ile kissed the falling tear trim) which was mtich improved by some - of --
ler theek-ia lock of your hair and Caroline's' painting which she bad ta-
erewell P A tear stood in his eye, and ken with her end hung upon ius walls.
narked the sadness of his heart as he Nothing particularly. worthy of notice
met thelast lingering look open the eccurred during the Orel two weeks ,of
licetiatich reflecterthe' pleasing amid' their Slay' at tfiespritige.''' ,s " ."."1-.- ' -
Wiens el future felicity. ' One evening Mre. Monlear came. In. . .' ,
'Stop a moment Waehington' said to the room iu great haste,'what makes ... '
ihe, as be held the latch in hie hand you so melancholy this afternoon my ' ,
Indy to' depart. ' - dear,' raid abet Caroline, 'put off that
'There is one thidg of which you mask of solitude end prepare for the
ire ignorant, and which I feel it my du- evening; as several of our acquaintateee .
y to acquaint you of, though contrary from Nashville intend ependinKthe eves.
o the will and most emphatic injunc- ning with us, together . with a young ,
tons of Mr and Mrs. Montear. But gentleman of refinement end fortune, -
is 1 value my and your happinesa, I from New Orleans, whom they shall ino
must make it known to you-, hoping that troduce into our acquaintance By .
rou will pardon me for concealing it this intelligence she expected to flash .
Awe long, which was a d,uty I felt to the spirits of Caroline, but al estop.' ,
my pretended parents,for such they are. ished with what compoeed indifference
You have been 111118t the impassion she heard the messiage. 'I am not the
that 1 am the only child of Mr and Mrs least apprehensive,' added ehe 'but you . -.
Mentear. This is only a . pretence of will attract hie attention.therefore steady .
theirs, for what ' purpoee cannot tell. well how to appear, that our most san-.
They have in all caeca called me their guine expectations of conferring upon ',
child, and adjured me by all that is Prfr yon a lasting benefit be cot dipappoino
cred, and solemn, to represient my self ted' saying this she left the room' . -
ae such to every one. I am en Orphan I 'Ali P said Caroline within herself,
in the world I without a eolitary one 'were you aware bow far the hopes of .
with whom I can claim the ties of cone happiness bids 1 cherish's- -transcend
eanguinity. 'I'My Father' continued in my estimation front the lucrative, uno
she, 'when I was ten year of age left real, and effected allimenti In which You
my mother and 1 in tears, as he depar- are desirous of involviog me, if you
ted to the 'far west' to seek for a place are really interested in my 'dike. you .-
where be might more easily provide for would with diegust abandon dom. '
us. 0 when I remember my mother's The hour arrived when the pcmpoue
tears, 'said she, bursting into a flood cif champion, was to . ride to conquest. .
weeping,' 'for alas I we saw him :to The door opened, the party entered ,
more. My mother became languid by and immediately wets introduced io Care -
grieving for him, and finally sorrow ohne. Mr. Ranger, rnerchant from N.
closed her eyes in death. wee then Orleane, a tell genteel well dreoPed ,.
received into the family where I am man. A broad face, enclosed by s .
nom, theý having no children called me huge pair of whiakers, bile a 'lin-toms .
their child, and promising to make me nig pair of Mustachee'grai s d hie upper
their heir if 1 married to their wishes. lip. He booed certinuniouevy,Caroline
but threatening me with destitution, if bowed, at the pante time contrasorg his
married against:then-consent, bleb affectatione, with the puerile end modeet -
displeasure my etteehment to you will moppets of, Washiogton. Hits manner. .
certainly subject ine to, as Mrs. Mob- together with his artificial perPon, were -
,car, this da, etiuged me to decline at once objects of disgust; comparing ' ,
vour visite, pronneitig to introduce me her feelings with thoee phe felt et the
lo some gentleman of fortune at the first interview with Washington, elle at
pringet in the coming simmer. But' once felt oho eould not love him. Some
I equally dioregaid her threets and conversation charecterized the eveniug .
atomises, if you will yet condescend which wee to her equally as unpleasant
to make me happy. as his pereon and manner.. ' The hour
He novi no lon.ger wondered why growing late, the comeauy dispersed
she ehed a tear at the Piano He lol- with much ceremony. Mr Bangor aek
ded her in hie arms, 'you are dearer to , ed permission to call again, to improve
me than ever, Chanipion angel of pru- their bequaititance, ohich was eagerly
denee and virtue. 1 covet not that for, granted by Mre Mentear. ' - .
tune. Your prudence in rejecting 141 'We have bad a pleasant evening ' ,
and prefering dieintereeted affection to I said Mrs Montear, as the cumpiny
a bribed attachment, to one you could were departing, 'very lively replied .
not love, is more valuable than a thou- Caroline, 'very much eo-but I do
sand fortunee,- and to be in pi:mission of admire the conversation and manners of s,
lo noble a heart as thine, ie. wealth in- Mr Ranger, they are (90 graceful and ,
estimebki l Again he aseured her. of easy.' Being satisfied Vigil Cott:dine'. -',
lie constancy. Again pie); interchano ; reply, she directed her COnVeletti00 tO -
.ted vows- One more affectionate and , her huebend. which gave Caroline ' an
inal embrace. One look more expeo- opportunity of withdrawing., 'She retir
,ive than volumes, one vestel tear, and ed to her chamber, but feeling- in' her '
hey parted,' . mind from what. ehe had seen,. some -
Earls the oext morning the noach in . forebodings of a conspitacy, sbe eat ,
Nina Washington was to set out called clown to write to Waiihingtoo, for' she
st the door A benediction from his pa- had for Boma time heard nothing from
ents, and a tear froth his sister, male- him. She wrote feelingly,aleuring him of
A the reluctance with which they sew her constaticy. Havnig closed - it she
iim depart, and the concern they felt retired, while dreams up' the ' pleating
'or his welfare. A few days brought him theme. .
.o hie deatinetion, where be was res The next morning se she was taking
eived viith gladness, by hie fernier her usual walk thlough the garden, she
Class.niate, with whom he now roomed. accidently dropped it; unfortunately it
Elie prudence, intelligence, and virtue, was obsierved.byAlr Ranger, from alwin
'eon gained him a:reputation atnong hie dow in &nether part of the house, who
2ollegiates and teachers; and hie prop after elie had gone into the house, vent
ess was such as to promiee him hie de- aticrpicked it up, read it, and - laid it
pee in a year from the time he entered down. Alter elm had been ill the house .
College. ci short time she' mooed ii, and going ' ,
Weehington being gone, Mrs. Mon- out she found it folded'up ne'. oho bad
ear felt no more apprehensions that he !obi it, and consequently concluded that :
is a rival could have any more tau- no one bad seen it. . ' ''' '' -
lice. She therefore thought that this .11e being now ' acquainted ', with her
obstruction to her elis ulations was suf- engagements, was prepared to take tbe
:ieiently removed, for site could not but advantage of heti. circumetencase,whiCh
see that Caroline loved him. But, &he be did, first by Countermanding her let.
thought in consequence of the distance ter after she had "ent it to the post life
he was removed, it would be no hard- flee,. After breakfast be called in, Sta.
ship to extriiate her affections, particu- ting that he felt it the duty to take -theit
'arty when bootee hy plonlisco of for- leave. as he was inetantly to " set, int - o
tune, atid ducats el lineation. in the for Cinetnani; to meet a Steamboat' of
meantime winter pesived round, during' hiti, to the captain of which, he had tie. . ;,
which Caroline end Weehitigton,intets en an ifijeðirdes order , relative' to its 4.,,
changed letters. . itzionnier'drew tin tr; &ago, which hi-wtitt to recap' -1Io 19,-
pace, and on 'a le vely morning in :June left immediately in ale.-exprese,' iifier4;1.--,
wee seen the cat-tinge di iving from Mr. having received boliiitatiot . Ici' tab '----ii.,.A.
Monteur'e door.equiped lot the spring' e, gain when hi rettirned.:" !,'"".-'. ?".,;;',,,,
' 'at Bath, in the 'mestere part of Virginia, 'About a. week inietvene A x:,1' ' ' , ,,, -:
. Al rs. Montear was in high Spirits as afternonn while Cartilini-Iltw,' , '1 ''' ..,""1
, they octe , winding the &dee of the, the room, a knock.ereef ,-, eager -
Elie following day, they accompanied s 111112 IIMICU Mt MI llllll rr wup
'or hie welfare. A few days brought him theme. . ,
their new neighbors to their intended drawing to a close and with it the swee ,
' residence. The dee was joyfully spent, interviews of Wiiehington and Carole). ,
o hie deatinetion, where be was res The next morning as she was taking .
eived weal gladness, by hie former her usual walk through the garden, she ' ' '
and Washington received reneweó as- were doomed to be euepended
Classquate, with whom he now roomed. accidently dropped -. it; unfortunately it .
surancee that she who he so lately, and It W118 a calm autumn evening, thp , ,
yet ardently, loved reciprocated in foe- declining sun painted the hills with lan- !lie prudence, intelligence, and virtue, was obserted by6,1r Bangor, from alwin
oon gained him ai,reputalion among hie dow in an-other part of the house, who
iingsBut time forbids to continue guid yellow ; violet-bordered clouds 2ollegiates and teachers; and hie prop after she had gone into the house, vent ,-
lightly veiled the blended ether; and na .
this history minutely, suffice it to say t''.
, that they 000n felt themselvee agrees- ture etemed mourning over its failing ess wee such ae to promiee him his de- tinerpicked it up, read it, and - laid it
ewe in a year from the time he entered down. Alter ehe had been it the house . .
bly seemed at their new home. Ante- urnnot a sound was heard, save thi conege. ti short time she mooed it, and going ', , ,
lia and Caroline became intimete like rustling of the frostbitten leavee, whicl
sistere, and the interviews of Washing- plaintively sung a dirge to departing Waehington being gone, Mrs. Mon- out she found it folded'op as' oho bad - -.'
ear felt no more apprehensions that he !obi it, and consequently concluded that , ' 't ,
ton and Caroline were frequent, . summer. This Wide of things wits wee is a rival could have any more iiiflu- no one had seen it. ' '-'
e e a . is suited to Waohington's feelings, we,.
wee just goieg to bid adieu at least for nee. She therefore thought that this lie being now acquainted ', with her
It was on a pleasant afternoon in the
to the objects) of hie affeetionee eel-struction to her eee ulations was suf- engagements, was prepared to take tbe
a you, -'i
latter part of May, that nart of the veer eciently removed, for si)e could not but advantage of heectreumetances,,whieh ,,
for like it, hie expectations and hopes
which is of all others the most - heituti- see that Caroline loved him. But, &he he did, first by c'ountermanding her tete ,
were to recede in torepense, end be fol- ,--
fulWaehington eat in his studying thought in coniequence Ellie distance ler after she had "ent it to the post ef.,
ded in uncertainty by the Week Autume
loom. out the inviting landscape which " lie wae removed, it would be ne hard- flee,. After breakfast be celled iri, Sta.
was wpread out before his window, made . ship to extricate her affections, purlieu- ting that he felt it hie duty to take -,Theit , .., ,,,
41. few melancholy contemplation&
it rather a confinement, and the hours , tarty when backed hy pionitece of for- wave. as he Wad infelicity to " set dut - o '
v bur were soon die en ' '
'seemed to move slowly; so that he cone I "riled bin WS ' P tune, arid threats ot privation. in the for Cinctnaul; to meet a Steamboat' of
eed by the preeence of her lie loved .,
chided to take his bootie and walk into meantime winter peeved round, during' hie, to the captain of which, lie had give . ,, .,., .,
She was aloe. gazing from the window
the garden to enjoy the coolness of his which Caroline anti Washirigton,itetete en an ifijeðftrdtte order , relative to ite 4,,,,e'T )
upon the mountain's brow, where the
arbour which lay some distance back changed lettere. . ezilinnier'drew en tr, iergo, which hi-ettirt to recap' 'Ile , , .. ,,e
from the house, eequestered from noise ' laet raye of the setting PUO were 1 i
,8-", -) pace, and on -a le vet,' morning in :June left immediately in als--exprese,-iifter ,t,.-e-'-',!e--,,, :
and molestation. Ile seated himself, dYing aw- aY 1 8 eight UP" 811" ILle, Wilti mien the cal-tinge (Living from Mr. having received solinitatiot . Id' tall '---;-li , re-,' 's, t
had eo often gazed, while they
but the fregrant landscape soon diverted eintiteuee door.equilied tor the spring' e, gain when he returned.,, ' .,; - . '?4-,,,, .,, :,- , t
'Felt how the bled charms of eature improve
e see t iem re ecte rem 03 ookei
his attention, and while his senses were When w I 11 ti I. 11 1 at Bath, in the western part of Virginia, 'About a. week intetvenel...s:1' ' -'. '.,:, , -: ' ,
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regaled by the oderlferous perfumes of that we love." Mrs. Montear was in high Spirits as afternonn while Carelipii
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' the scented gale, a thousand pleasing She felt melancholy but knew not whyi they were , winding the &thee of the the room, a knock:eras ,-- eager' -.,-,
i recollecticna flitted across his mind. ahl perhaps it was a foreboding ce Tenneesee en their way to Bath, for ! door; suspicion led.her ! :net or r - ,
Caroline was the eubject of hie golden their eeperation ! which borne magic elle was fully determined to ettach Crir-!Alr Ringer; she ever' '-,,,i er ,
' dreams. 11e almost wished himself a epright was whiepering into her oar, for oline to some God of fortune, before' confusioo it wits 'be. , .
way from the din and noise of nature, it she yet knew nothing of hie intended they left the springet : Ber &signet ter her , health '' wir' , -
were approbated though eot 'altogether 110 cliennt &tale
she were only his companioo , i departure. .
As he waked from bis arid dreams,' . 'Caroline,' taid he seating himself approved by Mr. Moment, who thought fin a hurry, '- be - .-
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, he 'law hie sister Amelia, ankCaroline beside her, 'the hour has arrived when with' a prudent' bushand,'Ais fortune ' meveial paper ,
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entering the garden, ,,110 was ready ier . fate has doomed us to sever t' 'Sever tt would be sufficient tee melte her easy. her, ae-' , , .
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charge,himecif with enthusiaem in shale eeclaimen -elm in an agony ef surprise, through life.: 110 therefore saietiorea-; finil
ing lle' liDgot liko Corolloo: to be, hie 10 horrible worci I met wu be eeveredlaen for reetraininkbeeeffeetions, on ti.i:.. ,,
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