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TILE PAISONER Mil DMZ,-
Bt Jb WHIMS. ,
Look on himthrough bit dungeon grate,
Feebly Ltd oold, the morales light
Comes stealing round him, dim anklet
As if it loathed the sight.
Reclining on his shwa bed, -
His hand upholds his drooping head
His bloodless cheek ia seamed and hard,
Unshorn his groy, neglected beard;
And o'er his bony fingers flow
Ilia long dishevelled locks of snow.
No grateful fire before him glows,
And yet the winter's breath. Is chilli
And o'er his half-plad person goes
The frequent ague thrill I
Slientseve ever and anon.
l A sound, half Mlifiller and half green,
,), Forces apart the painful grip s
Of the sufferer's' bearded lip)
, 0 sad and crushing is the fate
Of old age chained and desolate'
' ittst God, why lives that old man there
, A murderer share& his prison bed,
Whose eye balls, through hit horrid hair,
Gleam on him fierce and reti:
And the rude oath and heartless jeer '
Fall over on his losthing ear,
And. or in wakefulness or sleep,
Nerve. flesh and fibre thrill and creep,
Whene'or that ruffian's tossing limb,
Crimson with murder, touches him I
What has the grarhaired prisoner done
Has murder smiled his hands with gore?
Not 'or his crime's a fouler one ;
God made the old man Poor I
For this he shares a felon's cone--
The fittest earthly typo of hell I
For thisthe boon tor which he poured
His young blood on the invader's sword,
And counted light the fearful cost
. Ms blood-gained Liberty is lost I
On so, for such a place avast,
Old prisoner, poured the blood as rain
On Concord's field, and Bunker's crest,
And Saratoga's plan.
Look forth, thou man of many scars,
l'hrough thy dim dungeon's iron bars;
it must be joy, in south, to see
l'or: monument upreared to thee ;
Piled granite and a prison cell
The land repays thy ser vice well I
HILL t MITCHENER,itligASÚtith
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Go, ring the hello and fire the guns,
And ding the starry bertner eta,
Shout "Freedom I" till your lisping ones 1
Give back their cradled ehout -
Let bousted eloquence declaim
(if honor, liberty and fume;
, Sti'l let poet's strain. he heard,
Vith 'glory" for each second word,
And every thing with breath agree
To pruise "our glorious liberty I"
But when the patriot's cannon jars
The prison's cold and gloomy wall,
And through its giates the stripes and sterif
Rise on the wind and WI--
Think ye that priseeer's aged eat
Rejoices in the general cheer ?
Think ye kis dim and failing eye
Is kindled at your pageantry 1
'Sorrowing a soul, and chained of limb,
What is your carnival to hint I
Down with the LAW that binds him thus ?
Ulu worthy freemen, lot it find
relbge liaim the vvithering
Of Gud and human kind I
()pen the pi limner's living tomb, ,
And usher from its brooding gloom
'rite victim of your siivvge code,
'I'o the free sue and air of' God,
Nor longer dare es crinte to brand,
The chastening of the Almig'say's hand.
FRIENDLY RELATIONS. If we mey
jidge fro n the Jeffersonian Derneerat, the Read
vog people ere a delightfully friendly commons
wcalth. A female correspondent gives the fol
, iowin,; specimen of friendly relations among the
ladiem of that delightfel village.
"I will venture to say that Mere is not a sin
gie dress mode in this city for a lady in 'hie
town that has not been borrowed some half a
&tape times by. kind florid& Once in their
Lands, alas for its fate. It Must be subject to all
kindb of measuring, &goring, , and most
probably pays a vion to a dress maker for a pat
tern; wily str I know an ecquaintance of mine
had a honnet actual!), ripped apart by a milliner
in order to find out how it was made you my
guevs how it looked idler being again put togeth
PICTURE OF GLORY. W HEN THE GLARE
A,fie's. the battle.
Near midnight, vvhen about to retire to rest,
an order was received li-otin the Cgmmauder
Chief to detach er. officer end mg. hundred pio-
mons for the purpose of eollectitig the wounded,
and also such Ittele and accoutrements as could
be found on the field of battle. This severe du
ty devolved upon me, as the other officers were
laid up From the fatigue they had undergone
throughout the day. Sevei el palanquine belong
ing to the head quertere were kindly sent to
bring in the wounded, as none ef the public
dooly boys could be precured,they having dis
parsed in search of plunder.
The Seettee of woo and misery I experienced
during this daik diem! night, in my progress
over the field of battle amidst the carnage of the
day, wilknever be effeced from my memory.
The groans end screams of the dying and
wounded constantly struck my ear, es also the
pitious wailings adios wives, daughters, fathers.
et, sons of those wko had fallen, or the cries of
others in search of their missing relatives. With
these heartrending sounds wore often muted
the vita execrations of the dying who were
ottempting to repel the marauders Ala came for
the purpose of plunder and repine.
We found many bodies of our own sodiers in
a perfect vtate of nudity, which plainly evinced
they had not escaped those indignities offered to
the dead mid dying b) tho profligate followers of
Our enemies were treated in the Fettle man
nen the wretches who wandered over the field
in march of pitinder'i i'pared neither friend nor
foe when theve tents a proepect of booty. We
rescued a considerable number of the wounded
fronkthis lonely death; the must terrible to the
imagination; but several of them had fallen vic
time to the cowardly sins or the inclemen.
II of the weather before we coutd afford them
rescue or relief. The ground was clay, which
bad been saturated by the heavy rains and trod..
den into a 9uegmire by the Pasting anti Maiming
of men, animals. end cirrilee; it misty, dris
,ling mitt fell M004811001,, and them circumsten
te rendered our tett exceedingly difficult and
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tedious., We. had to wait a considerable lime
for the return of the plasm:pans from which the
field hospital. whither our wounded were con
veyed, so that the morning dawned ere our task
vhe scenes whir h I witnessed to the hospital
ware scarcely less harrowing to the feelings Oulu
those in the field. Dr. Vt. and the rest of the
staff employed all that kill and ruiergy could goic
suggest for the relief' o the aufTerers. I aiiv racc
them 'perform several v y difficult operations
itut amputations,end esp jolly one on Lieu' IL 1 C.
whose knee was severely &meted. Ile sus groi
stained the opemtion with unflinching couritge a hi
but expired soon after lt bad been completed, on ,
Few, indeed, of thos who received gun-shot ,"
wounds survived, for e fractures were gener- I"
ally so extensive RN to ing on lockjaw Many ,don
young aspirants for military fame dazzled by the mei
"pride, pomp, and circuastince ofglorious war, ,nd
mold have then...Muni sadly damped by wit. d
nutting the scenes on thkfiald and in the hospi
tat of Mohedpoáre. ' last
, . the
FOR wHAT. WERE WE BORN! mei
When we )opk,-around us on die cloi
works, of au rAitatighty,.(!seator, this wel
world on which we live, the firmament bef
shove, the etin, MOOD, and stars; and fler
then think of eurselvee, frail weak crea. I
tures, whoesi existence is of but short we
duration, and even that short period fil. svh
led up with uncertainties, we may with gin
propriety sok For what ware we born I fire
and if we seek (or an answer by noticing op
the objects mostly pursued and sought cot
after, we are lost in amezement, for tru
they appear ors light and trifling a na- He
lure that we can Nearest)! bring our- pre
selves to believe that the reality is the of
trut h. sw
For what were we born! wne it that be
we might accumtilate thist world's goods ha
and possess gold and silver in abun lei
dancelif so our existence would be a hu
Ctittatl, and ditappointment be our hour.. thi
ly companion,for millions of our fei wi
lows seek for them in vain; they toil, la- ha
bor, and grieve after, yet never possess lai
them, caunot but ackr.owledge their in wi
sufficiency to insure peace or happiness!. th
For what were we born 1 wag it that th
our names might be eounded aloud by nt
the trump of Fame, or we be the flon in
ored of the people if so, miserable in. pl
deed would our lives be !vent, for veal in
numbers of mankind during all ages of ...
the world have toiled by day and by ssi
night, at home and abroad for these dis- al
iinctions, and never received anything h
but disgrece, or they ' who . may have 13
' been the favorites of the people to-day, d
it' to-morrow-113,8,-cent be emit - in otativ, a
' ion, and even cursed; or if not so, by n
the time they teach the goal, and re- il
ceive the prize they drop oir the 'nage of e
existence ere they reap any benefit or s
pleasure from the reward. g
Fur what were we born 1 Was it
, that we in'ght engage in the pursuit of
pleosurA by gratifying all our animal & z
haeri deeirea and appetites'? if eo each of o
our iellow creatures would constitute
but so ninny particks of one vaet mass v
of corruption, and our world be , but a e
field of carnagii and blood. ..,
For whai were we born I Was it
'hat wse might excel in the arta, or mei. (
enees 1 if eo,. useleesly indeed would I
ad our time be employed, for it would only i
ris griove us to know, 'that our theoriee
:1- would be exploded by those of our sue. 1
ne ceetaurai, and asTor our works of art, 1
thry only would survive us but a short 1
Nil' inte, end then crumble into atonic
r For what were we born 1 Was it
eir that se m'ght make great and surparo.
all Aing attainments! in literature 1 much as
it would and to interest and delight,
yet even this, ii unworthy ofthe sole ob
ter leo of a life time, and our intellectual
ulY capacities are so limited, and so many .
eth abetscles hinder our researches, that af
, er ail we cbald but say. we know noth
RE ing to what ought to be known.
We are immortal,formed to live for
ever, end shall witness the sun fade
De, the moon darkenthe stars falland
tine vast universe burned up I We who
led, shall stand unharmed, "amid the wreck
old of matter and the crueh of worlde,' and
du- gaze on nature's funeral pilefor what.
rn" wore . e born? we may well laugh at the
g idea of Riches, FitMe Honor, Pleasure
ticAtte, Science, or Literature conetitte
ling the sole or even chief object of our
dig existence; we must have been born for
iced hogeer and nobler puiposes,we cer
ress taintrexist for far more glorious objects
.the For went were we born 1 It certain.
ly wa 4 that we' might glorify GOD, ,
and study and practice his precepts, pursue '
noth ng that hae a tendency to create
ta of sorrow or unhappiness!, but to "do unto
Vith there its we would that they should do
mil to u.ts In fine, we were born, and are
vere eustained alive, so that we may prepare
to exist hereafter in happinees; and
rs in spend eternity with the author of our be.
ing in Joy, Peace,and Levet far beyond
ad to ihe reach, or remenibrance of the cares
of life, and be iu reality, what we were
;7. at first created, beings in the likeness
. From the Token. IQ' alt Ittit isuperetalOul but i coui0 no!
. look upoo )he little child in the cradle.
THE MADONNA. opou the 'tia beneath, and Mount Etna
The day bad beeo sultry. Resolved above meewithout a shudder.
to avail myeelf of the approach of eve- )
fling to catch a breath of fresh air upon HORROIIS OF THE GUILLOTINE.
the sea shore, I provided myself wito a 1 . I,
Arati,e; outh, toward the close of last
guide, and vallied frot.n tbe
Irik 0 8,11 le? (11.3'":1" Septetnht , the foItowion circumstance
racuse. Before wandering for I sudden
ly caught Night of the most intereating The effic
group my eyes had ever beheld. Upon I
- 1 ris'o-cri;r. e.. di
i whom it
a high,square pedestal, in a niche which i cards. a,
on one aide had Initiated from time end
the elements. a merhie imsge of the Ma creature
I to die itt
donna stood helm me. Countless ! the eix tr
creeping plants twined around the ehrine tea:ha b
. - e
and a gentle breeze played among th up to him of m
...exico redeemed frern ty.. y
--e 17e"tv't; ;r1-1.e.s-e.es.c14t;ound, hie hair ,cut
dark green leavee which intercepted the
last rays of the tenter; sun, and threw ninny by their united efferte, fired his e
tiff, he o placed in the fatal cart, end
their tremulous ehadows upon the-pale soots, as he entered with enthusiasm inter .e
taken to he place. of execution; the lic
what he believed an houerable. and hes I I,
co oCibe:,itirage, The dark
marble fa ecuttone took him from the priest, laid
pot- mane undertaking. .. e 1
cloildi that weitri' ellinei frorn- I a
-Etn.11. him dow sod beend him on the
When once pledged to Burr, onder.i a
,esi-reiltitirt tottoose the. axe. The,.
we'a tiage4t11" i .gAotsb-- Poritterlt . heavy triarigle of iron slowly detached
before ma lay tho sea; quiet arl&a"m 7.....1. .
the mastering prima of 11111'w ife. hwate I ,
tively engaged in atilisturg men,buncling' t
fled as the blue heavens it reflected. ,- " ttlegieg by jirke down the rode, un
"tir,orrtiale to relate,it wounded the man boate, and preparing the eesentials of- ,
Mount Etna, the sun, the sea---Wnat without piling him ! The poor creture his expeditton. Altiny of the morn ree-lt
were they, cotnpared with the maiden uttered a' frightful cry. l'he di.sconcer. pectable citizene of the neighboring' ,
ivho knelt before the image of the Vire led execetioner hauled up the axe, and country were connected with the affair,tt
gin, with her family, in prayer 1 The
firea of Etna flashed in her deep blue let it elide (town egatu. A seCond time
the neck of the malefactor eras Wounded Btannerhaaeol.
and deluded te the sante mintier as I
The entertainments on I
eye, and as I afterward learned, the without being eevered. Agaio he shriek the Wend were broken up, and its
commotion of the volcano was but too ed, the c'"owd joining biro, the execu- shores;echoed only to the muffled oar
true an exponent of her troubled heart. Ironer ri;1sed the axe a third time, but , of the conspirators, as they croosed from 1
Her mouth wee shghtly parted; she no bettor effect attended a third ' stroke.1 the adjacent bank, ot to the tramp ot I
prayed, But aloe 1 the voluptuousneee Let me abridge these fearful (1044118.1 bold adventurers, es they coogregeted ,
of earthly paseion glowed upon her
fieftwhasetrroakieeedthaendeolnet 1 opnialtihseobfeNalc,,hmenn
to reeolve and diecuee their
swelling lip. Convulsively she clasped redemption. A large
her delicate and. almost transparent 117eilvt,ealniud'iallettrtheez
detnnedWas still shrieking for mercy. number aril" bae" tied been built "
hands, while irresponsible emotion was the Muskingum, and mene over to the
, , The inilignant popuface commenced
legible in her trembling f
Jame' her ' throwini missiliee at the executioner, Idand, and every thing was rtpe for emr
humld eyes conatantly wandered from who hid boneelfbenenth the guillotine, barkation. when the plot was discovered
the marble image, scanning the dietance and ereil "ay behind the gedarm; to the public authorithitiee.by one of the
with such earnestness and power, that horaeafbut I have not yet finished. The accomphcere Blannerlisaset was in
had I stood upon the eummit of Etna, or stentlydesertod by his followesr, Sz left
betides culprit, eeeing he was lett alone
lain in the depths of the eea, that look tie the .caffolit, raised himself on the alone to brunt the 010fM Timothy Bu
would have drawn me irresistibly I i.
plans kind there Standing, frightful, el,commander of the militia, with a
Mime. It was but . too evident that moan ki
. g with blood dartended with small detachment went over to arrest
thosie eyeo had Inert er ubject which feartu nd feeble cries eon some one Blanner basset. He had-baldly eel foot
no Madonna could reotore to their long shoul kinbind him. The populace, full on the Island before he wart met by Mrs
ing sight, Her lair mother, upon whose of pa ,were on the point of forcing the Blannathassot, whop. Npirit seemed to
placid features sat the blessed , light .of &end itesi to help the haplese wretch, rise with the increaellig deeperation el
. inward p ace, knelt by her side... The whet fl tive tome undergone his sete. tier fortunes. She had eeen ibis party
'fainter was leeching a little girl ofabout tence 'ill this monient a eervant of the coining, and snatching up a pair ot ber
' biz yeare to proy,and pointing .to a cross e, ,..,e,-. a ?mph ender twenty, hu,bend's pistol'', she ran from the
eculpiured 'upon. the square stone pedes- mom -it on the scaffold, told the stiffer hatoe to Meet thee . JtIMI es the mill.
: tat. In a cradle near them lay a sweet- er to 41rn mind that he might- unbind lia major slept out of the boat, ehe seiz
1 ly 'smiling infew, with its innocent eyes bin,. .en takieg the advantage of the ed 111111 by the shoulder and thrusting ,
, directed:to the'Aroes and the Madonna pnaturl.of the dying men, who had viel- hen back, presented ;wo forminable pies
above it. l'here veto alsoothateono- it,esth,evi ,,,ii,out any tamrip,r, siiang,ttele Jell int!' fdce, cocked and primed,
r men and maidens, kneeling before the On bin 'and elowly cut iliftiugli the neck commending bilil in the meet positive
irnage; but I heeded them notabsorb- tie a knitii. All this happened, ae tone not to advauce, "One step forward
f ed as I was in the contemplation of the this was seen. Accordieg to law a and I sill send you into eternity; it hi
r strangely expressive face of that praying judge was obliged to be present at this cagier for me to do than to say it," were
girl. execution. I3v a sign he could have her words according to mv narrator,who
t "She also, prays in vain!" stopped all. Why was he leanieg bark weir orie of the party Her eplendid fig
f Shrinking with sudden torrer, I ga- in hie carriage then, this Pitlil, shire ure drawn up to its full height, her eye
6 zed around. Had my guide spoken 1 they maeoacreed another man? What fixed with ttetrong and determined gaze
f ''Did you say something, Ilieronimo 1" was he doing, this punisher.of assaeoine her bands cionehing firmly the pistols
B Yes my lord, I meant that prayer while they thus assassioated, in open which she held at arms length, told the
s would -never help the fair Marcella day their fellow creature! And the judge militia major in language not to be Mi.'
It more,' taken, the terms on which he might ad
was not tried tor this; and no tribunal in
I was ellent. , quired into this monstrous violation of vence. The old fellow quailed and trem
it stOld Etna has been a long time qui. all law en one of God'a creaturee. bled before the courageous woman, and
el. Pietro will soon rise again from the , ,. ' was forced to turn without his victim.
d sea, end drag her with him under the BUNNEIIIIASSET'S ISLAND. - Blannerhaseet made hie escape and te
IP now, or was a few years since, living
e waves. "A few miles below Marietta, we nee
le . These words, to me were perfectly e- sed Illannerhasset's leland. We ton with hie wife in poverty in France.
These words, to me were perfectly e
nigmatical. Eina--Pietro-1 could not ,
seize tho connection. Geronimo paresis
So you know the story P
6What story t
'Of Pietro and Hermossa. Fifty
years are now past and gone."
6Wilat wae it, Gerommo
"Pietro was the handsomest youth in
Syracuse; Hermoea, the faireet of Mar
cella's fatally. Pieiro was poor; Her
ITIOPSit was rich. Pietro loved Hermosa.
Se far it is a common atory. They
could not be united. How natural !
Hermosa& must marry another.
"During a terrible eruption of Mount
Etna. poor Pietro, here fon) this,platte,
I know not exactly how, threw himself'
iuto the sea. But be had no rest there;
at times be comes again upon earth, in
a form b0 fair and seductive, that the
maiden who unfortunately beholds,must
love him, and is irretrievsbly lost. On
the evening before the wedding day,
Pietro Sinks again beneath the waves,
leaving h s bets . hed in despair. Her
moose was hie first victim; the sea elos
eed over ber beautiful form, Eigbt days
ago, Marcella's betrothed lover disap
peared. I am satisfied be was no other
than Pietro, end that be will surely corn
pel her to follow him, Lie usually does
this during an eruption of Etna. She
la the fourth maiden of whom Pietro has
robbed her family. How sad it is to
know her impending fate, sod be unable
to afford her succor !"
01,1,7 1,,IL, 1 , 1 SS ...d....CIUSWI , ,,,.1 OW-. sil months ..
attexward, I found myself
Ing In JoY, Pente,an ,ovet far beyond
again in Syracuse. ' My first visit was
the reach, or remembrance of the cares
to the Madonn's shrine., The same
of life, and be la reality, what we were
family were kneeling before it. Marcel
bt first created, beings in the likeness
la's moth6r and sister were clad ie deep
and image of GOD.
Phdada Sept. IS10. w. R. s. mourning. Marcella was not there.
The benignant face of the 'M'adonna was
now completely hid by the luxuriant
Goorii8 person stud, in our hear
vinev. She bears ead sees no more.
ing, the other day that editors for the
The large cross was partially covered
must part were a thin, pale.faced set. i by
the foliage, and seemed to have !D
A lad standing near, made this witty ob
servation,k0 his chtan;Tbere, Bob. creased in' size. ' ' ' '
' Old Geroniino wept while he related
ftea read about the ed
I told you I bad o
, to me how the delicate form of Marcel
Italia! trio." . ,'
la became a prey to -the fury of the
Mi7 and gold fix cach other's value. waves,
CI am net superstitious; but I could not 1 bition, and when Burr, awate of her . FAITH AND WORK& . '
look epee )he little child in the cradle. I commanding influence over her husband I A person who had peculiar opinions .
opoo the iria beneath, end Mount Etna confidently entrusted her with his "lens
above meewithout a shudder. touching the "full assurance of frith,
of Mexican dominion, she was fired having occasion to cross a ferry avail.
with the boldness and intrepidity of his ed himself of the opportunipt to intern).
HoRavas OF THE GUILLOTINE d d determIned gate the boatman as to the grounds of
In the; outh, toward the close of last
't enterprise, an mime lately
to engage her husband ilb a confederate. his belief assuring him that '-if he but , '
Sepietni , the following circumstance Blannereaseet was a mae of ductile tem . faith he was certain of a-bletited tine '
occurred I think it was at l'unilets: per and was easily induced by the doz., i mortality. The mower oars geoid be hadi ,
ry and honor which his. ambitious wife 1 the eubject Let us ..suppose,",osid
The offic isi went to a man in prison, zling 'representations of proppective glo- l' alwaye entertained a diatom notion, of
horn t 4 friend quietly playing et
cards, a gave him notice that he was .et belore him to become a participator
to die itt two hours. The ' wretched with Burr. He wae moreover a libel.-
. called fuith end the other works, and
creature a horror struck: foo during alial Dr tha French B1111004 01. whinn and Iry their several merits." .. Accor-;
the ix tithe that he had been forgot. Aaron Burr was well awere. The gor- dingly throwing down one oar in the .
ten,Iie b d no lorrrter thought on death: Pena rrineaentatien 'Allt0 11.1'" "14 boat, he proceeded to pull the other
be was c Mused bound, his hair ,cut up to him of Mexico redeemed from ty... yet
7 hard, p6 i which the boat fume
ninny by their united krone, fired hie
off, he w to placed in the fatal cart, end ed round and made no .' way.. ' "Now." .
souls, as he entered with enthusiasm intn
taken to he place of execution; the tx- seidhe, Pyou pereeive feith won't do
what he believed an houorablie end hu.
ecutione took him from the priest, laid I let us try if werks can.' Seizing the oth '
mane undertaking. .. ,
him dow sod Wend him on the guilt- , er oar, and giving it the earns trial, the
.aliewe'adel, iffirr Ise -too's the. axe. . Tilt .
W hen once pledged to Burr, the lerlyrnbil, "that one of these Oars is
Twat., same consequences emoted. ., "Work '
the metering gentile of hie wife. hsete i eaid he, "you mei, don'ederreitbertlatl. ., .,
heavy triarigle of iron slowly detached
tively engaged in anlisturg merebuilding
up try them together." The resuij was .
iresfeltieg by jerka down the rode, un
tit, herniate to relate,it wounded the man boate, and preparing the eesentials ot euccessfult the home phottlire' the wavet,
without piling him ! The poor creture bin expedition. Aliony of the more ree- I and nn reached the e ipliedefor haven
uttered a' frightful cry. l'he di.sconcer. peclahle citizene of the neighboring' rhi
",, 0.e." said the believe fet 1)111110, "is
led execetioner hauled up Ilie axe, and country were connected with the affair, I the way by WhiCh I hope to be welled
the "nle manner a" over the troubled eaters of this world,
let it Ade (town egain. A seeond time and deluded iu
The entertainments on
the neck of the malefactor visa Wounded litannerha"el to the peacful shore of immortality. '
without being pivoted. Agaio he shriek the Wend were broken up, and its
ed, the Ctowd joining him, the execu- shorepeechoed only to the muffled oar WEAKNCSS OP Passiore.-- Does mere
Ironer ri;itred the axe a third time, peerrion give etrength I No mofe than '
but , of the conspirators, as they cropsed from
the Frenth revolution gave freedom.
no ben; effect attended a third ' stroktel the adjacent bank, ot to the tramp ot
Let me abridge these fearful dot 1 bold adventurers, es they coogregeted The strong men of the olden time, who
Five limits the axe was re wed and let 1 n the beach to reeolve and diocese' their governed and guided the world, wets of
reit, and ene, the elm stroke the eon, plans of MoVerM redemption. A large the self-denying stoic echool. Renieny
detnned',.was still shrieking for mercy. number offhot boats had been built on tier, moreover the' a siegle great action.
!The inilignant populace commenced
4 - the Muskingum, and mene over to the the remelt or great emotion, etatiding by
throwine missiliee at the executioner, Island, and every thing was rtpe for emr itself in the middle of a life of ordanery
who hid hitoreelf benenth the guillotine, barkation, when the plot was discovered eleiration, is neheard of: Every mouno
gedarmeei to the public aurborehities.by one of the Witt tonne pert of a chain.
and erekl away behind the
horaepf but I have not yet finished. The acconiphceir, Blannerhaseet was in- .
' ha eke r.ulprit, wing he y, lett atone sientlydesertod by his followesr, Sz left
I, berrinteee.--A Man gets along lase
' rot the .caffolit, raised himself on the alone to brunt the storm. Timothy Bu- ler with a sensible. married WOMell M
w-t- a hours than with a young girl in whole
' plank Irnd there standing, frightful, el,commander of tho militia, i h
1 ' th blood darionded with small detachment went over to arrest da)a, it ie neat to Importrible to maker
Blanner basset. He had-baldly eel foot them talk, or teach them. They , ate
I feartu 'told feeble cries too some one
shout( kinbind him. The populace, full on the leland before he wee met by Mrs like a green walnut; tiela ore half a do.
1 of pot were on the point of forcing . the Blannothaesot, whoNe Npirit seemed to zen outer coals to be pulled uff, one by
gen ere. 0
I. d -es i help the hapless. wretch,
. rise with the increaellig deeperation,..of
i f . Qt.. one and slowly of their characters.
under the lee of it some distance.but the
thick wood of the river obstructs any A FORCIBLE PREACHER.-At a Camp
preacher delivered himself of the follow,
view If the interior. We saw no trace Meeting, lately held in Connecticut, a
ol the beautiful manaion orBlannerhas
set except a chimney at the north end of tau would that the gmpel were a
very sinner'e heart among you."
the island, which was all that escaped wedge& I a beetle,' would whack it into
the which that dwelling had been e
consumed. hear, however, that the , ,
rt ntlia L
consumed. I hear, however, that the ---- , ,
beautiful shrubbery still lives on the isl- IL)KRIBLE DiSTRESS!--5000 human
and which was planted by Illannerhas beings. madewrotched by tbe pres
et, and that many of the walks he laid ent adminietration, have 'crowded the
out are now open. hotels at Saratoga, where they pay fl
Btaneerheseet w" one of the Irish per day for board, and $5 per bottle for
patriots who sere compelled to flee log intim champaignel 0.1torlik Give
from Ireland after their attempt t6 libel.- us a change--Thistle ,
ate themselves from the thraldom of ....
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England. ' Ile was possessed of Outgo
greater part of ATACTAnexchange paper says - -
most trply"When the poor o in, who ,
"A Bank, bat" ejacuteled. the :stran -
gaheavr,i:gdast4nop'e.1 wthee.yetteorindTmlreemii;ephwearei. a
amount of propetty, the
which he wail fortunate enough to refl. depends upon his daily labor for the'sup
port of his felony, finde that ow,. sop
der available in money before his dem'.
his family with all the neat Imes
tufo. Diseusted with the corruption of Pit'infl $:,"
series and comfort of life, he has more ' GOOD Boox-Kmarsas.Sir' Watter,
courts and turmoil of politics, he siought ,"
in lending a book one day to iftiend, 1
refitment in the weatern wilderness, on money left at the expiranon of his week
eautioned him to be particntsr in retort, . 1
a beiutiful 'island in the Obie. then on his month, or his quetter's labor.' than
the hordets of civilization. Ils built a he had at any given time during lite ing it' "Thie is IreallY 'lleccegeatb" -
said the ppet in apology; for though ma- .
princely common on it, onii embellibbed greatest inflation of the paper money',
ny of my friend are bad arithmeticione .( ',
, it in a costly manner. Situated on the bubble, or bank expansion, it is in vain
I observe elninst all of them to be good f,
, borders of Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio to talk to him of ' hard times " And
such a period exists at this vety Domain heels. keepere. It
he bad atcese to very refined society,
with which it was hie custom constantiy of federal etarvation, ruin and Leggary I ,,,, ,,. . .
a flattery," -
to ietetmingle and interchange civilities. We appeal to every candid man if mAgING GAMIC""' gentlemen lately
sIlie hospiality was unbounded, and this it not the fact. , complimented a lady on her -improved ,.
, . appearance"You are guilty
dealt out as it was by hie own chivalric OMMEEEM
gentleman, "for vowyou are ie-olumP - I '
8aid the lady. "not eo,",- replied , the '
There is one thing that people ought
courteey and the grace .6f his beautiful - 1
as a partridge." - "At firat," ' rejoined !
wife, his island became the general le. nevt r doyes, three: to question a
the lady, "I thoughk yoo guilty of flans- ' i '
sort of the minty around, and it is eveu twos, cattier on hie routeto peep ov..
er an editor's boulder when be ie wriw
pa., ry only, but pow ,4 I -ent1;.vou actually' ,
yet celebrated for the splendid revelries
and entertainments of which it was the liugor ask the loan of important
'make game of me." . ,,,,-- 1 ' ' '' - - t ''
scene.. Blannerhaeset was a fine eam. Pere ee 000n ail the mail its open.
pie of a polished Irish gentleman, and '
tendered himself a very affectionate ob. A Geoff Rercs."Lielle there, you The Boston Post eayi the trauma '
ladnis in that ckty:weir 'trope' to' their t
ject of legard by the amenity of his man Mile ragged, bare-footed, bare-beaded
nets and disposition. Hie lady wae a fellow! Whole your master 1 w well. pantalette. We pish-Gteene had' fur- i . ,
woman arm beauty, and accomplish. is my mower," seplied the poor nun et, nished oto with 641e inferences on- ;be it's .
meats, which were heightened by a pure "and a bad one he is." subject. Eleieg odr pled it, it ' einnot ti '
be that they are ettsined of )tte . badge. l
and onimpeachable character. She , I .
reigned the Queen ol this beautiful king- A DEATIVPUL REMADK.---Joseph Nod . of Reunionism-or fge ..emblem -rof !he .
dein of table and refinement, which Wan F . "hero's", bravetyl ' thva yen ' !Nonlife , '
pmeon, in a recent letterrempecting toe. to ley onything mote on, '04 's eobieseto ;,,:.!.,
nerbasset had created on the Ohio. and I
. ....no., Is; ost h As 0 r...,,.. Rt Tiata1trtnik OA 1111648E I IV. omia rift o. ,,,i t..li.s. ,top flu; -AdinhA' ' r r '
proposed removal of the remains of his VolaneitTroy, N. Y. Budget. ' 't $ 1 '-':: '
according to cotemporary atICOnint! 81).01 .
according to ootemporary BCCOMOIS one 1
great brother from St. elan' to Paris, .1 NoWe dare not fel!ow yr the-,,A.sub ' r;.,. 4
deported herself with a grace and digni '- 1
ly that might bavo loecome a throne. saye,"gold in.its analysis is the sweat jectfor there's to telling Jobera.wP014 :' --
the wee a woman of higlt spirit and am of the poor and the blood of the brave be the LAD; r1)00rOtit.':!, .1,i 110!:;,:ii - r t - - .
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PURSUIT OF MISBANRS--VOI VW.
MOO 10 lb Ok OU knowledge, grace end
accomplishments only as baits to the
hoot( with which she ti.hes for htis
hand, and not as precious in themselvoi
is like shooting game with diamonds,' ni
flinging sceptres at.fruits. ' ,
AN taiga UMW Sln
clair, in one atter late works. says that
Pi man was letely tried in England, Tor
healing hia wifethe proof was positive
the jury retired and einem a long
time in dehheral,on. When they re
entered the court room, and the Judge
solemnly asked for their decision. it
was noon mously delivered in these ,
words, "served her righil"
HOW A Rich MAN NAY Mt ESL.- NO
body blames a rich men for going with ,
his dhows out, because every one
knows that he has got money enough to
get htm a new coat; but it le unpatdonao -
ble in a poor mau to go ragged. becauas
every one knows that it is out orbit; pow
er to do otherwise...
A palpable IlitA few days- since a )
traveller stepped into a bank located in - i
the neighborhood ofthie city. and irnit
mediately after his entrance pulled' oft. .
hak coat and cravat; this done he cast ,
a look et the caahleriwho -was seated
in a corner, "calm as tt . summer !norm i
in a corner, "calm ei a sonnet mot.
ning" and vial a cornmandieg shake t
the head said, "Sir, had'ns you 'better
be getting that water heated'!"
4The Tailor informed him he wee in :
the wrong shop.' ' ,
4.A Bank, hat" ejacutated the ,stran.
get, "darn 'em they rota-mei; wee a i
shaving shop.--Wettern Hemisphere.
plying me 'amity wun ail me um mice ---
series snd comforts of life, he has more .- GOOD Boox-Kotrees.Sir' Watter, 1 . '
in lending a book one day to ifriend, i ,
money left at the expiration of his week
cautioned him to be porticosr in rektril . I
his month, or his quafter's labor,' than
he had at any given time during lbe ing it' "Thim is Ire'IllY 'llecesseatYs" ,. ,
greatest inflation of the paper inonol said the ppet in apology; for though ma- ..
ny of my friend are bad arithmeticione .(' ',
bubble, or bank expansion, it is in vain
I observe elnin,st all of them to bs good t,
to talk to him of ' hard times " And
-s. ', . -: ". -1 .
such a period exists at this vety isoment ImPli .
'-' ' ,t
of feders1 etervation, ruin and beggary' I ,, keepere.'
We appeal to every candid man if i"A"61 (30"I'k gentleman Wald' - ..:4
this is not the fact. complimented a lady on her -improved , 1
, . appearonce"You are guilty Of flattery," - '
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gentleman, "for vewyou are in-nlumP - I ' '
said the lady. "not so,";- replied , the. i
There is one thing that people ought
neve r doyes, three: to question a
se a partridge." - "At first," ' rejoined ! ;
nes iscarrier on his routeto peep ov..
the lady, "I thougbk yon guilty of bite- ' i j
er an editor's boulder when be is wri.
pa., ry only, but now ,41 ,Gn41;.vou actually ' . ' '
tiogor ask the lean of important
'make game of me." . '- ' - ---- ,, .... t ., .,
pere as soon ail the mail is open. ,
A Goo RErilt."Liollo there, you The Boston Pest say the Harrison ' ,
Mile ragged, bare-footed, bare-beaded ladies in that eily:Weir stripe' to' their t
fellow! Who is your master 1 ownt pantelette. We pih-Greene had' NI- t ,
nisbed no with so.pie inferences on' the its . '
is my mes'er," replied the poor outer st,,
"and a bad one he ie." subject. Elaing bdr pled it, it ' einnot si ,
Ise that they are stlisnied oNte . badge. l ' - "
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of Barrisonisinpv tge emblem of !he , -,,',,
A BEAUTIFUL RENARK.--Joseph Nod .
"hero's", bievetyl ' thvis yen ' Courage ,' ' --'
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