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and if Is,.,d b,, to p.,,il h,ahh and lif to rt,,
p'mah. r" w,.l r,.. I)l19;ng this y, will Fr
MhS!-4Co.H13 Ptr.1-.These ptsaagesdof Holyy Scripture, ap- 3a
pnt ed eapproprd atlyio be read fatr the
soleurch.ation of harrla remet forth author- 1
Itativelly the relative dutlies of mau antd eaval
wiha.fe, ha taol clm f jurti'e a happy union m r "
him the rulhas thus laid down are redhe, er- sa
,to practice. Very littl hr yonsiderut'ou will r t
mushow in howis, t alidet remarks of i recent 2.a
writer. Tahe happiness of society, he tir; a 0nd
depends on just viewvs of the marriage re- sari'
lation. ILt isthat true , tho world over i to he and I
v iews w hich prevail in regard to this re- ht
' . n:m. whtt shet n.L#,J' \' lllu !," €",1.enlted to
l.tion to dtur :aine everythingh u'.- lve in reference thatn
..-tio all other relatio su t:i, and cheer her it n,
ther sourceials of lit. Ijoy -t.- has no t thiena
It i not best that thr il sere should be the nI l I
least exercise of authority ini a famnily.-- 4.
Whe. in mands beg, thin the reuilti of thof COilSI
husband and u ife, happine-s liie's ; and rae
the irnwivn a f hu rtnd is disptosed to col- c1rpt
nuwd his wife, or is tunter a i'ce~ssty otf siit}
doing it, thatv .,Iometl lie day bid adieu to light
domestic peace and joy. A
A wit',ar therefore w, gshotld never givoe her may
husbi and o-.c , sion to coni and her to do psick
anyss; thing. ils known w Ine the victimsn ta,
cases of ctm scierate, should bea law to her. abo
thear.-. imet, is ni ascertain wh a gilt this R
kiwli on ,.ar:h. Th,.r. at, many, m-'ny
will irk. thatws. Thment, ought to asettle in her for I
])'F, noI!' o Mi':[, .'.L~ g l \tr-ar u\,1, nll(t
mind s to 'what is to be done. C ol
th,.,I,.,,{t,4.',1,,l.4r afi-.,ti.,n, u,, , l~v n, es
A buisbt f d s, h :ld nkever wish or - x't ofn
hanth I g that it yru not be perfectly that
r :0oa wil to ruitler. Ito, too should null
Woi.i.lt her wisltt.t; anal wlen has under- t
stand, hat. wrthey .at, l\. Thi ld regard
what the s:lit' ,;i .: t1 very thting which Slat
tidl,.n ', w el :,ti .,"i,,n ,,t m..:,-:ual 1h,.
lie should co.w that td. Tr'e knitown ois thatic
:ond jifiie' lnet of ta wife, dalers there e all ni
sttniethiiig wrong in it, shonltl he allowed lon
to I n tlhuene his hind, llrand that which lie ,t f
direct; tin thereit is whih.. ,; n a
,ife i, 1ox da: gr that a husa l ilanl will ral
love' his a it*t too touch, providedl his love (11
morle thanl hi' 1,oeS :n.q ',thl ,c ;rthly , in 0.',
l,,; st ,- shall It::k t1i ..e of God. Thu taim
1 v ,t..,-i.:'s o i tl,'e 1 i..' ati lrist loved ahel 111
' rt,, in'h li\ v i f hI.is iev iar been like t
that I-thi i, if nti . i. - Iaiid exceed it?. , ,on
n.if sh,' tk, . n,, int ',. t in !,;.- pla: n, no hin
what hei i'ir, i t h ti'- thre lro t "eem the if:'
whren .hI Si sliult .a Iti ., and sLe.ks hling p-d
pt~ ,ltN Ilblload , o l',if~ i, a h aph. e-ne : in er c
(11, his wit: to watch by lt'l' iIl sickii,'t's, 11;i
tul wit ,, il 1, tr ,il: - a. * : , , a.i l. t o r; t
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a, as-carl thai tof, h, ,ut, hi. muItul. rl
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Whil t -1"Irs Ie t, her t1 :Le:n how ' fur Se li
, :t tt ti' ,' t:lrbit'el ' , . .f l l t!.,.- ritl, u I " ' 1i
•tiit, in ii, .t .l,' ,aei l , . .o.e,, Isp.. hc h atu- r
atr anwl her 1ati.;,tc. i o ist ti.te and h r l
I., Iist th:the .hi ,lt mtak , e i t v mato ,r l o
h o, aui -triv, tI,"o l:m lher t lan. T a
a ti w t'li at -.l' ,I a it r ! cju tlt h:t'nt e. to
is in the, e-titi\':ul nm {,'. a-p,'T r t,.:pl.r.- n
t It is e l ,nei ' u a I t i ni thl'- ioe isod try
in'" ntil - flik t hat th,-tr"i a ti th of vir
lite ist o of': i Ii'. It ~' hits not th isat arei'
I. c nstatnvtl ,i,,i',.nvrh, ;" t hit :Inielstati 0ns 0
inthe l ll ti i ls hit "i ' hat't i nig ,v, ory
InVn.t- ; rhe, a,_, l *. .s a ;uit ofWs those
aniyI wlites, ora to hi-it wt in- throc l'
sate
th, tin t lan,-:i ,, n,,it l-,.i -s hiut us.ful,
,tif',, si, n t, rtilitl by ,1.,'," amd ,yv nigha.t
Ikt',.t d,.,d- rar,.ly ,,e,',r. Th,"happitw":
111f litar : t h,, s' , e.l, , tho ,m, b for 1,11
th,.litth,, n"": ,,rkil. . *Ld .- in lift.. \\,, w-,.l.
rit1 t ,an t.vryw h,,,; wto . Ii't th.ta t sc." - n1.
n\ ; ,.m id ,ent!v iw : th e m vria ' r.lati,, t
thn 'e ,isw, .d ," ' .f :. r -s .1ni liv,; r,.
turni o1, L t o wnh . , . n . T e . a y e, et a
und dw,.lli;;: Pa h n, . hru ,h ,. li,,
longday. t't,,tin 31 retsit'
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Tit I hIv' th e nl~rutit'it is u tiutI 1,itt i1
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(',,ng. .. i,,r.*! i.,ww no , r th,. I,,',: -
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seer c*pan *j.m se4 the ' ~OI
n , V Y,1 1 f L .e MiOIS E , a t
satea *onet seeember 2, -Mi
1. Each full ecmpany of infantry or age
cavalry shall consit of ne captain, one to ca
first lieutenant, one second rlientenant, fer harm
sergeants, feur orpotals, two musicians, appa
and not lees thai wat privates and
2. A minimanu company shall consist of
one captain, one second lieutenant, two s
sergeants, two corporals, two musicians, said,
and thirty privatels. livin
3. For a company of fcwtyfive, and less o
than sixty privates, there shall be one cap
tain, one first lieutenant, one second lieu- mar
tenant, three sergeants, three corporals, gone
and two musicians. y or
4. A company of light artillery shall
consist of oane captain, two first lieutenants,
oae second lieutenant, four sergeants, four bo
corp,.rals, two buglers, four artificers, and the
sixty privates. To be armed with four char
light field guns. ar c
At the discration of the Board, sections
may be formed in locations wj fallU comn- co
panies cannot he organized,with ens cap. love
tain, one second lieutenant, and half the yea:
above number of men. won
Be.dved, Shmat the system of Tactics man
for Riflemen and Light Infantry, by Lieut.
t'ol llarde, is hereby adopted as the basis the
of instruction for all companies on foot, and ong
that a sufficient supply be obtained to far- loc,
nish one for eainch captain with the arms diKe
sent to his company.
Ordcred by thie Mdilitary Board of the ed.
Slate of Lousiana, That the fellowing ling
articles be subscribed to in duplicate by he
all members of volunteer and other corn- brig
panies to wbe~ arms sad equipmetntshallie
be furnished hy this Board, one copy of
which shall be gent to ide Adjutant-(t en. - en
eral of the State before de said anus and hin
e'quipments are delivered and the other re- 1
tained among the archives of the coun- lom
pany :
Article 1. We, the undersigned, officers, in``
non-commissioned officers, end priv.ates at
of .... company, do hereby agree, nd agre
pledge ourselves, upon the receipt of coin- own
mnssions to our oliicers, and arms awl equip- but
mnents to our company, to hold ourselives in
re-cliiiess at all tunes to obey the' cn.- sar,
mandis of the Governor of the State of one
Loutsiana and our superior officers, in .n- eith
tiring into any active service that may b low
renquired of us, and remaining in such ser
vice tfor thie period of six moathe frolt ti o t
time we may enter upon such service, it whi
so requirerl, and to abide by sunch further y
rules as may be adopted by time Military her
Hoard, or laws as may he passed by the ,
Legislature for our guidance.
Art. 2d. We, the oflicers of' said comp- I ft
ny, hereby agree to receipt tfr, a", give he'
bond with approved security, to the Iov- \\h(
ernor of the State of Loniriin , in the p "- and
alty of double the value of the armsn and
ejUipmcunts we may receive, for the li' -l
i ervl:atito and sals' keeping of said iarms rud wa
I quipinlents. And each and all cf us Liand opp
Sourselves to b." individually responsib'e to e
r said oflicers thr all arms and equipu,'nts id
we may receive, and pledge ourselves to,
keep the same in geood order fir use; awl
in the event ourcompany disban:ds, to re
turn the same, through oe-r cttfiers, in
good order to the Adjutant-f ;,,eneLral of the
State, or any person l.gcalyv ami,,int,'d to ,
Sreceive til ..m,'1 ..
Art. :;d. We further agree anud Ii iml o r- h
selves to attend a nregular drill of ,,u, cirm- Il.
i any once a week, at such time awl place it ia
as may be aPl<,itel. icnt
f Irlereil furthe r that th, thillwiiig .-'hall
I h " hi (11, t o el'o to i, it suh ii t-t' I to
1 . .r . -t " , l tu t " t, , p . : ". I , . . . .
,.i,. - . t . .... e s ' t c i y . ... . . titl.i. lt 1 m .y
w,,e r, ormi lire , that I will p.i l,.,t ti ll tll.
i .' ,t - -liltration ofithe State of L i.-, i. na,a1, th,
tim'e , il e m ae l lht r m iwich - li .v I .
i , -, .1 h \ i t : ( ý, , t, t inti ,, h .: , , ,l l . , 'i : .l - "
tore, al 'i o!'Vy th, icmn itnmls it ny .-ulpe- tell
ci. r -lim-imr, ree- de~mielm mcii elf 1ee"ieiii cine
w',ilt notin - as .... r. - it, -emi-1. nl.i
said te I,, :1 ieriie-r'tc ef the tr,,t -fr, I lhet ,
r it ":,umres tim.e :r. ' .f witeluer it a !,eri ti
t, t.r . iL trt ti ' m i ' ie. T ,.'i, h l. t,,m ,I ,n- i
ml, mi: v .|+ iit . ii,,:: ir l; i,' :c 1 em'.
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t-trim a ,liir 1e-,.' liar tic that i -', . .Inct li.
-,it - with cm.ii. T 'lli us v hm y,, u
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. i li h, c m,,-t delih'il'i lei,',u iineaices I
ihav'e I'n .., at thie mrine,. thi . -,
T. ud eiel..n rim telle I mm i-i .'lN i?
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LADIES' DEIrARTIERNT.
OLD MAIDs SHOULD 5 s5i3mr
-Mies. Muloch thus describes a
r age :" "We have lived just ltg
to eatch a faint tone or two of the
harmonies of nature and fate-to trace
apparent plot and purpose of ear own
and that of others, saueiint to .Sitr I
see the play played out. As I once
s, aid, 'We feel we should like to go
living, were it only out of curiosity.
* * "Time donbtfhl ques$te,
Smarry or nt to marry' being by this
, generally settled; th. world's idle
ty or impertinent meddling therewith
I ing come to an end, which alone, is a
r boon to any woman; her relations
I the other sex imperceptibly change t
r character, or slowly decline. Though
are exceptions of old lovers who have
come friends, and friends whom no
love could make swerve foaw the
e yearn still it usually happenm so.
woman wishes to retain her sway
mankind-not an unnatural wish, e
the good and amiable, which have
Il long used to attention and admiratiem
r- society-mshe must do it by means
Sdifferent from any she has hitherto
ed. Even then bhe her wit ever so
o ling, her influence ever so pure and
y she will often find her listner preferri
' bright eyes to intellectual conversation,
11 the satisfaction of his heart to the impro
t. meat of his mind. And who can bl
d lime?
Pleasant as me.n's society undoubtly
honorable', well-informed gentlemen w
Smeseet a lady on the easy neutral ground
mutual ue-teem, and take more pains to
d agreeable to lher thian unfortunately
Sown sex frequently do; they are afer
I /ut mrn. Not one of them is really
e sary to a woman's happiness, except
Irt one whom, by this time, she has probab
either met, or lost or found. The
however uncomplimentary this may s
Sto those charming and devoted creatu
iT which of course they always are in lad'
r -young ladies'-society, a lady p
Shelr youthl may bI, well content to let th
go I.eore they dep',art of their own acco
. I f'ear the w"arning coquette ; the anei
re bauty, a:s well as the ordinary wom
who has had heer fair share' of both 1
' and liking, must learn and show by
ledlmeanor slIi, has learned that the o
l way,to preserve thel feigned respect of
el opposite sex, is by le.tting them see
t" di without either their atteiution or t
itsmethiration."
r" The Family Circle.
he No ,am thly circle can he 'ompare.l
" that if th,' fn'.ily. It comllrises all t
ia :i :mane heart most vealues and delig
Sin. It is the' centre where all human
.c li tins ti..et and entwil', the v.'e
into wh'ichl they all pour themeselve's
subh joyous f'reedonm. There is no
worsit lhii I co.etanms in it so mnam:y end
i tug ..--Ic i'tiones an.1 re'.mtnmran'es, hi
l' the lieart like' grold. It lappeals at oni
thi' very centre t f e man'r h!einmg-his "hi
Sef h'eart.-." All that is e-we'et, emiotlm
-e. , ten'..er :ul true', is wrapplled up in that
l eem'. it cl'miak.'i net ef onte circle, or
1,.ieli; lmt eof elialte cire hl.s a mlnd mi
l .e is, ' tll of t hiem near tie heart.
eai r :urit m Imemr'. thie' t:aily he:u'tlm, the fem
.k.-ituatine', famniliy li ,le' ies, family
n mail s(ri'ws-what m meitw of relhe't
a t lii ui ,.r thrt oie wor ! 'i'akn t|
iani v amil e'arth ,rmcttn' a nieerr eht1m
I \':i l to f" 'cr im n ,r, "~ and meim'n co mta
mr ti , of ,,,,;ml e sti tm, t, , at hl est, ei t
ni 'rim.ns ,mf a tirn tIhw,,}, whimh the wi
I i n se'- tt relmg e:lini':m. All tlmttt is em
i'ii in hIteteme r',latirnship, or tendm
hetm:m'n m f;e.ctien, or ;.tnthm' in hunman i
in('rete. all that is l,,vahh' and precioe1
1 t' ltimVIeiiits of thie huittmn hesrt,
itc ul,', r-t delpth te i1. utmleit'rtuost su
-meil thtesme arer vcrmmlel,,I up in the,
liten te ot fmimily ! O'm clms, k mit b
- ,r t,. adi ist taithfuhwtms in lmm,, for d
t ,'o ee l lathy for m'dmrt, minim', ire trial,
,'l. an ,.mr,- ' here, shall we' limd anyi t "
le.h t cme b,. c,,m llare.,i t- the' :-tr
.,r th'.- f munily cirt-le . ! ( e',jig'ml
ti ti
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r .ev- mli-itm 'o mel .'4 *'tetr,l,:te. r., ,'mei, lihi
ig ',t ,1 y the Smmteili ('aireed.esa Stitee l"reir'
e a leier "f .ilv' r pitchl r.mte, nma ]cei n
lec.me mtif td \ imlmw curtaiems, ircuighit
lehr mew hI;&.lu ,irimng a le-Lent vicit t
,1 mau 'ht'r, in i'r c'e. 4 ,I"ti' c'muntmty, .
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