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CwvJc cf Oavlttlta
I T-izi cf The.
it oio. i. (TU t,
th. ri. h tiuta of eventide are lllief
, Ike glorious writ,
AH Icinty HVo a living pulse 1 thrilling
; IL ,'inct's briail
'i- at ttn'i low wiuda iu jij.ii it loues ere calling
? I" row every tree,
.1 I J uHia the shutllug flower arc falling,
, 1 viiitiU of the.
b'i U nun crescent moon it sweetly gleaming
Thr.ujh twilight bowM.
ni IjirJt b neaih ids dewy leave, ere dreaming
tf rpriiig' llrst ttowt-r
w L' n nowi4litrlit clouds like Mry berk ex taliui
O'er heaven's blur t a,
o 1 (ha sweet hour thrills aU the chord of feeling,
1 thiak of thee.
a on Lb lone riser's cadences ere swelling
I'poa the gel,
the Jji voices of the night arc tetlin
Ibelr wlard talc (iblniug
vVii'i ta star, through nat-l aud dews, ia
I ' 0 vale od laa,
f':-o thousand lonely hearts arc pining ,
rJwett flrl, for thee.
A icre ia a lofty epvciea of crpticUtu witb
" all jfrrat a ad earnest winds tnuat have, a
uipaihy. It n&jr be called tha iccp
t of pride, nor jet of the aoiuci, cor
curiosity, nor )tl of self.sh pas
f tha heart revolting aaimt
""1 aspect of tha universe,
Can i. -It unable to solv, or to ace
th .ii 'litest broualilitr of a?er aolring, aorao
f i . ....
jM-uaarj pruietaa. a nisi a scepticism
ii our 5, iuiue lueniaoio ta yowia, idu ea-
ta tht jouth of genius. It is the acen.
tiusiu, uotof weakncu, hut of strength, link.
inK- down before the black marble of mystery,
tLrvugU which it ia unable to force iu way ; nut
f a captious desire to find fault, but of a winh
tt things BcTTKft than the are with almost
nturbid ia its inteoait, and feels itulf crushed
unrkr harsh realitioa not of distrust and ha
tred.butof disappointed love for this wondrous
creation, which, at a distance, and to the eje of
young enthusiasm, looks so beautiful and envi
able; but which, on a nearer view, present so
lusnr perplexing anomalies, so much that is
utterly unaccountable, and so much that is
cemiol cruel, arbiträr, and unjust The
toaJencjr of this kind of scepticiao is not to a
rejection of Christianity, but. to athciam
A Nsw ExroaiTTon
la one of the colored churches in Louisville,
Kj , at a recent Sabbath evening serv:ce, a ven
erable colored preacher was expatiating elo
qventlr and forcibly on the benefit of prajcr.
lie had gone well into his diicoune, and was
tortifying his position by illuatrations from the
Old Testament heroes, and among others he
brought up the case of iJanieL "My bredrcn,"
he said, ''there was Daniel, who was cast in de
den ob lion he knew de benefits of prayer.
You remember about it Dey took de lions and
dey starrt them several days and make dem
very fierce. And den dey take Daniel and cant
him ia de dea ob lions. Uut de lions didn't
hurt him. No my bredren, Daniel prayed unto
de lord, and de lord scut his angel, and ebery
lion had de lockjaw, and Daniel was saved."
llolmea in one of his poems says ia a paren
Loved k'irla when he waa vount?."
So doubt ot it; for Holmes is a sensible man,
aud must have had a grandfather All sensi
ble inen love girls when they are young, and
when they are old, tea We apply tho "old,"
ta the san not to the girls, mind you. Girl
hood is an institution peculiar institution,
vhich, estovers of tho union, we are bound to
chemb; and as te girls largo and small, we
hold that no gentleman's family is complete
without them. Of little girls, au American
"With rosy checks, and dancing curls;
And eves or tender light,
0, very beautiful are little eirls,
And goodly to the sight
Aud as to Urge girls bi bouncinff girls
what a pity it is they mutt soon be women
r rtt ly, matronly, queenly women, who are not
angels, because they are not girls! who, by-the-I
j . i . i . . . i
iy, airs uuv muviu, ruuer, out Tastij mure
harming than any we rcmemlxr to have seen
H the pictures or elsewhere I
Tic Law n Tut lit art.
"For could lever think ,
A mortal law of power or strength sufficient,,
To abrogate the unwritten law divine,
immutable, eternal, not like thine
Of ytiterday, but made ert time began." I
A Joiinsoxus RtPLT
Dr. Johnson bi-ing introduced to a revereud
,-ilit who hod long been desirous of kuow
1 14 him, the latter took tho opportunity of walk
i t with the doctor through bt. James's Park,
t .' the purpose of improving his acquaintance.
1 lie doctor, however, did not happen to be in a
y communicative humor, aud "the Uishop
v t at a loss what kind of a remark to venture
;. by way of opening a conversation; at
1 i.'ih, after a pause, turning to his companion,
I observed that the trees around them grew
v .7 Urge and strong. "Sir," said the. rynic,
' .J"j have nothing else Id do."
T-tt. Fsti or txc Admired.
t often happens that those who In their lives
.--. applauded and admirod, are laid at last in
t jrround without the common honor of a
a '. ; because by thoso excellencies with which
,..: were dalighted, none had 'been obliged;
1, i t though they had many to celebrate, they
4M 1 uone to love them,
A'.t f-ove is Good.
I h" attachment of anything in tits cold, cal
1 44 .titig world is worth something. The earesa
.f k .log the mute oxprcsaion of welcome in
iht, full eye of a favorite hone the pur
1. .. common house-cat are all linkt ia our
.vk A armpathiei, and help to aoflcn aud en
. . . iur hearts.
4. c HisToar.
ih prayer of the patriarch wbcu he desired
hold tho Divinity, face to face, was denied,
1 a t wu able to catch a glimpse of Jehovah,
... ! Itadpftjirri by; and so it f.irrs with our
h tor him in the wrestlings, of tho world
. -n t' e l" f conflict is over, that his-
Jr'iderstandinir 01 the striftt
c -iaim; "Lot God Is here and
,A At tho foot of every page in
of cations may be written " God
J enU as they rasa away " proclaim
original;" and if you will but listen
v. you inav hea.-thn reeedintr eei.turlia
i!l into toe utt 1 distances of departed
,., - ,
petuauy enanung - h uzt juacda
ih 'all the choral voices of the ige
.v , among the Alleghanies there is a sprins
-, h.m'I that a single ox, in a summer's day,
. .u! I Jiain it dry. luteals its unobtrusive way
, , i . r i r i in; ums, uii u spreaus out in inn oeau
ti' luhio. Thenco it stretches away a thou
...... tiuU-s, leaving on its banks more than a
Mioi-t 'l xill.igcsand cities, and many thousand
. tt"d farms, and bearing on Its bosom more
i ... i h ilt tt thousand stuam boats. Then join-
i . uiustDPl. It stretches awar and awav
,io tvit lvo hundred miles more until it falls
; it., ihr irrcat emblem of eternity. It is one of
TV- ri iif tributaries of the ocean, which, obvdi
.. .t ö..lv io God. shall roll and roir till tho an
,!. ii'li oho foot on the sea and the other on
t, l.ni'l uliall lift up his hand to haven, and
viiirilitit timeshall be na longer. So with
ni'.r.il influence. It is a rill anvulut a river
an u i-an boundless and fathomless as eter-
r.v.--N. V. Miaaoa.
-ti.ir.vv iv a Tstt Pcr-hox.
f s'trh who are built four stories hfirh
d t. have little in their cock-loft--
Coucetia cf t)t Sclnora.
Hannah Banks admitted recently, be
lore the public tribunal at Hull, Eng
land, that the had roaated a toad alive,
pounded it with the food of her fellow
servant, for tho purpoao of inducing
him to love her but, alas, unavailingly.
A clrrjrvinan was ccnMiriin? a young
lady for tight lacing. "Why," replied
thVarrh 3lia, "you would not rt-com-mend
hwe habits to your pariehonr rn?"
Tbc clergyman, thui outwitted, eruilud
Why ahouldu little boy be careful to
watch the conduct of hie pupae winter?
ttecauao tho Bible fcavs : "Conaidcr tho
ways of tho aunt aud be wiac
Speaking of praycrw. rrminda n of
ono we onco itenra at m rvvivai in 1110
Jerecya. Tho spcaktr becoming ani
mated; bunt forth with : "O Lord, man
ifest thyaclf to ua to-night; come right
lown tnrougn me roof, ami 1 win pay
for tho nhinglea?" The ttrcct may bo
During the Reunion of a country court
in the intcrir, u witness wan iwkodif he
wan not a liunbandinan, when bo cooly
replied, amid tho laughter of th court,
"No, a.lr, I'o not married."
'Madam," naid a polito traveller to a
testy landlady, "if I ace proper to help
mveclf to thin rnilk in thero any Impro
pricty In it?" "I don't know what you
mean: but if vou mean to insinuate
that there i anything bad in that milk,
I'll irive you to understand that you've
Rtruck tho wronjr houao. Thcro ain t a
firet hair in tho milk, for a soon aa Dor
otby Ann told mo the cat waa drowned
in it, I went and strained Stover." Tho
horrified young man declined partakirg
of tho cat-flavored milk.
Why Cats wach thwr faces. A cat
caught a sparrow, and was about to de
vour it, but tho eparrow said, "No gen.
tlcman cats till ho has first washed his
lace." Tho cat, struck with this ro
mark, set the sparrow down, and began
to wash his face with his paw, but the
sparrow flow away. 1 nia.Texca pint
extremely, and sho said. "As long us I
live I will eat first nnd wash my face af
terwards." Which all cats do oven to
Must a man bo mouly mouthed bo fore
ho can make flowery speech be accom
panied by any action to make the jest
nuro of its c fleet, or should a piece ot
fun bo jest enough of itself to movo to
laughter without jest-tickle-ation on the
part of tho speaker?
Somo years sinco a noted warrior of
tho Pnttowattamio tribe presented him
self to the Indian agent at Chicago, as
ono ot the chiefs of his village, observ-
ing, with the customary simplicity of
the Indians, that ho was a very good
man, and a very good American, and
concluded with a request for a dram of
whisky. The agent replied that it was
not his practice to givo whisky to good
men that good men never ask for
whisky, nor drink it when voluntarily
oflorcu; that it was bad Indiana only
who demanded fur whisky. 'Then,'
rcpled the Indian, quickly, in broken
Kngliah,"ine d d rascal."
Nature designed the heart to be al-
a a a . a
whvh warm, ana tue nana to vo oiten
What is more, beautiful and poetic
than tho child's idea of ice "Water
gone to sleep."
Tho best capital for a young man is a
capital young wife. 80 a gentleman in
forms us, wiio tins just trica it.
MMy dear," said a distinguished gen
tlcman to his wife, "I hear much about
tho age cf rericles. W hat are pcriclcs.
A classic editor says, if tho" Naiads
were constantly bathing, he presume,
from their name. Dryads wero tho
ones who brought the towels.
A mcrohant lately advertised fcr a
clerk "who could bear confinement.
lie received an answer from ono who
had been icveu years in jail.
The plouirh. tho press and tho Yankee
are bound to go together around the
4 1 lift I I - A - 1 . 1 . . f ! H
worm. v lien me iuhi iiiuki-h a - vmiwi,
ho begins by guiding the first, and set'
ting up tho second.
Niw Amecpotc or Cuarlm Lamd.
I opened tho little low pew-door of the
Inclosure at the India House, which
contained his desk, being determined to
introduce myself; so I walked up to
him, and hat in hand said, with are-
pectful bow: "Mr. Charles Lamb, I
believer "Y.c-s," said Lamb, slowly,
feeling and coaxing at tho samo time
his short, thin, gray whiskers, "-o-s
they call mo Lamb yet, but I am eld
enough to b$ a tlaep 1
A Western poet witnessed a pugilis
tic encounter, which 110 thus immortali
Ad J Xaaae hapltctitvl lato hym,
Aal hym pktcbtl Into ha,
Ye way thty flytls it was a sin,
Anil hurry bf I to aa.
Not long siuce, a Friend," who ro-
joiccd in tho name of Comfort, paid his
devoirs to a young ana attractive uua-
Ler widow, named Kachel II. Kither
her griefs wero too new, or her lover
too old, or from other causes, ins offer
waa declined. Whereupon a Quaker
friend remarked : That it was tho first
modern instance ho bad known, where
Kachacl refused to be Comforted." The
anecdoto is remarkable, as being the
first Quaker pun on record.
An old colored man; near Victoria,
Texas, who was tho only IlaptUt in the
neighborhood, alwnys 'stuck up for his
own faith," and was ready with a rca
son for it, although ho was unable to
read a word. This was the way ho "put
'cm down." "You kin read, now, kt ant
you ?" "Well, I a'poso you've read tho
liiblo, hamt you?" "Yes." "You've
read about John do Baptist, haint you?"
"Yes." Well, you never read about
John dt Methodist, did you 7 You seo I
has do Biblo on my side, den. Yah, yah.
A member of Parliment having char
ged an officer of tho Government with
dishonesty, was required to retract it
before tho llouso of Commons, which
ho did in tho following words : "I said
ho was dishonest, it is truo ; and I am
sorry for it." This was pronounced
satisfactory, but ho managed to havo the
printed report of tho transaction roaü
thus : "I said ho was dishonest ; it is
' tru, and I am furry for it."
Sunban jSrrbiec for $oIttitians.
"M ust tribulation sore Ubfit
TUa man wbo ofiira trlva to prt
How he niuit erin to smi Juuble-detl,
Meifly to earn a cuanco to itcul.
What fears n! t ft.ro rs him com ski,
1 u dreatl some otlrr Ilia iLo met;
And vanics off Ut'uratU hin rye,
W hat ho has aw nnl his aoul to buy.
Hmr m, O Lord, from klanil'r'a lrrath,
Huttlf and murder, sudden di-alh;
I'ul wore than all, Iu mrrcv f fat,
l-'aw from the offico-seikcr s lain
' Lord, though I am a miscrablo and
wretched creaturo, I am in covenant
with Theo through grace. And I may,
I will como to Theo for Thy people.
Thou hast mado mo, though very un
worthy, a mean instrument to do them
somo god, and Theo servico; and many
of.them havo set too high a value upon
mo, though others wish and would bo
glad of my death; Lord, however Thou
dispose of me, continue and go on to do
good for them. I'aruonthy fool ibh pe
ople! Furgive)thcir bins and do not for
mi Uo them, but lovo and bless them. -Uivo
them coiihiHtency of judgmont, ono
heart, and mutual love; and go on to
dliver them, and with tho work of ref
ormation; and make tho name of Christ
glorious in the world. Teach thoso
who look too much on Thy instrument,
to depend moro upon Thyself, l'ardon
such ns desire to trample upon the dust
ot a poor worm; for they uro Thy peo
ple too. And pardon tho folly of thin
short prayer. And irivo mo rest for
Jesus Christ's sake, to whom, with Theo
and Thy Holy Spirit, bo all honor and
glory, now und forever f Amen."
"Keep, keep your faith, for it is not
your, but Cod m who gave it I But not
seek to realizo that idea loryoursclves.
"Why, then, in the uan.o of reason
and mercy ?"
. . . a at sa
"liccauso it is realized already lor
you. ou aro Ire; uoa nas mauo you
tree. 1 ou aro equals you aro brothers:
for IIo is your King who is no respec
ter of persons. Ho is your king to
whom all power la given in hnfvcn and
earth ; who reigns and will reign till he
has put all enemies under His feet.
That was Luther's charter ; with that
alono ho freed half Europe. That is
your charter and mitio; the everlasting
" - . I .
grouna 01 our rignts, our migni, our
duties, of ever-gathering storm for the
oppressor of ever-brightening sun
shino for the oppressed own no other.
Claim your investiture ns freemen from
none but God. His will, His lovo is a
stronger ground surely than abstract
rights, and ethnological opinions. Ab
stract rights? What irround, what
root havo they but tho evcr-ch.inging
opinions of men, born anew and dying
anew with each fresh generation?
Whilo tho word of God stands sure
You are mino and I am yours' bound
to each in an everlasting covenant.
"If henceforth 3011 claim political en-
franchiscmcnt, claim it not .is mcro men
who may bo villains, savncs, animals,
slaves of their own prejudices and f as
sions ; but ns members of Christ, chil
dren of Clod, inheritors of tho kingdom
of heaven, and thereforo bound to real-
izo it on earth. All other rights are
mero rr.iuhts mere selfish demands to
become tyrants in your turn. If you
wish to justify your charter, do it on
that ground. Claim your sharo in na
tionallife, only becauso the nation is a
piritual body whoso king 1 the eun of
(Jod; whose work, whoso national char
acter and powers aro allotted t it by
the spirit of Christ. Claim universal
suffrage only on tho ground of the uni
Versal redemption or mankind tho uni
versal priesthood of Christians. That
argument will conquer when all have
failed, for uod will mako it conquer.
Claim tho disfranchisement of every
man, rich or poor, who breaks tho laws
ot God and man, not merely becauso he
is an oustaclo to you, but becauso ho la a
traitor to your common King in heaven
aud to the spiritual kingdom of which
ho is a citixen. JUit claim theso and all
clso for which you long, not from man,
but from uod, tho King of men. And,
therefore, before you attempt to obtain
them, make yourselves worthy of them;
perhaps by that process you will find
somo of them have become less needful."
c(rut(ttc nn& cuviottfl.
A Fact or Naturalis. A toad
which had been buried under a reversed
flower-pot thrco feet beneath the surface
of the ground, by Mr. Samuel Clark, of
nrook's-place, butcher, on tho llth of
June, 18 10, was by tho samo gentleman
disinterred tho next year on tho samo
day of the same month. Xso sooner wus
tho little animal taken up than ho gave
evident proofs, that to bo buried alive,
did not, to hlra necessarily inolvo ces
sation of existenco; for he instantly com
menced skipping about, many of his
bounds extending to tho Light of six
inches into tho air. His mouth was
closed up with a whito akin, but his eyes
were as sparkling, as when on that da
twelvemonth, ho was put below the
ground. Norfolk Actes cf 1817.
nr A very safo and excellent mcth
od of cleaning oil painting, is to wash
them with a sponge dipped in wurtn
beer, then dry them thoroughly with a
soft cotton cloth.
After this tho picture should bo treated
with a thin coat of diluto gum arabio
dissolved in soft water.
IßT Six drops of tho chlorldo of soda
in a wlno glass full ot cold spring
water; is excellent for washing tho
mouth beforo going to bed, and after
breakfast, to removo odor caused by do
larSpirits of turpentino is prescribed
44 . A
as an effectual circumvcntcr 01 cock
rouches. Only touch tho sides of book
cafes, bureaus, etc., with it, and tho en
emy quits not only tho furnlturo but
Experimental farmers' have long ur
cred tho importance, and oven necessity-
of chopping or grinding hay, as well as
other feed, for cattlo and horses. The
lazy drones have had a hearty laugh
over tho idea, and called it "Book Farm
Now tho theory of choppincr and
grinding food, is based on a principle
which i at the foundation 01 animal
physiology.' Rest is essential to tho ac
cumulation of muuelo, as well as ft.
If wo wish to incrcaso an animal In
flesh, or fut, we do not work him.
Now a cow wants one-thirtieth of her
own weight in hay a day, to keep her
in good order ; and wo maj' thus calcu
late tho amount of labor required to
masticato tho food, and fit it for the
stomach. Tho labor of chopping, or
grinding twenty-five pounds of dry hay
a day, b no small. item. This excessive
labor is performed by one Bet of muscles
.11.1 . I .4 r.,
mcjaws. um oy sympathy, uiiects
all tho othfr muscles ; eauscs tho blood
to circulato quicker, the breath faster,
tlio consumption of food greater; and
still the growth of tho animal is retar
ded. If a machine was invented to grind
hnj', tho ground article would approxi
mate, in Vqc, to ungrour.d oats, in
froducing and ht musclo. Chopping
ay and stalks is valuable juit in pro
portion as it approximates to grinding,
and reliovcs the- animal of tho labor of
grinding it. An animal fed on ground
or minced food may perform an amount
of labor tonal to grinding it fit for di
gestion, and fut as fatt as another which
docs not labor, but grinds its own food.
Prematurely grey whikcrs and beard
whio tho hair is still black, shows tho
relativo amount of labor Performed by
the Jaws of tho bond. Ohio Farmer.
How to lUtse Colts. A good colt
I say good, becauso ft Poor colt in not
worth raising should to weaned when
four or six months old ; bo put io a
warm stable, eight or ten feet square,
well ventilated, with a plunk floor, and
be kept clean , have the bct ot t ay and
water, and about a pint of oats two or
three times iTTt;y. l'ut a coat of com
mon saw-dust, two inches thick, all
over tho floor, and all that gets wet re
movo at least thrco times a week, and
add moro saw -dust in its placo. In this
way tho colt will havo no lico. Keep a
good look-out, and if his feet grow un
even pare them, that, ho may stand
square on them. I have seen not a few
coltstwo, three, or four years old
whose feet and ankles wero much out of
shape in consequer.co of their feet
breaking ofT ou one side, or wearing ofl
which might havo been prevented by
paring their feet occasionally. If con
venient, let him run out in n wann yard
or shed in tho day-timo, afUr ho lias
done crying for his mother.
1 have learned by experience, that
saw dust is the thing fur horses to btand
on. I bad rather they would stand on
tho clean floor than stand on their ma
nure. I think the best tiling to euro a
horse that is Sundered is to let hii.i
stand on SrtW-d'i. ; a anyxate, 1 have
cured a number in this way. I tako oil
tho shoes, kccplhcir feet pared and lev
el for fivo or six months, wash now and
then with cold water, and eight out of
ten will get well. Maine tanner.
Asparagus Seed as a Substitute for CoUee
Asparagus seeds are thus recommend-
edbyug:ir .lenerata substitute forcoUeir.
"Asparagus," ho remarks, "contains, ac
cording to Lei big, in common with tea
and collee, a principle which ho calls
taurin, and which ho considers essen
tial to tho health of all who do not take
exercise, this led mo to think thataspar
agus might be mado . good substitute
for cofico. I ho young nhooU which 1
llrst prepared- wero not agreeable, huv-
ing an alkaline flavor. 1 then tried the
ripe seeds; these roasted and ground,
muko a full-flavored coflec, not ohm In
distinguishable from fine Mocha. The
seeds uro easily freed from tho berries
by drying them in a cool oven, and then
rubbing thrm mi a sieve." Try it, farm
er e . Heien tific A m erica n .
Windfall. Tho origin of this term
is said to be tho following : Somo of the
nobility of England, by tho tenure of
their estates, wero forbidden fulling any
of tho trees upon them, tho timber being
reserved ror the nse 01 the rot-al navy.
Such trees as fell without cutting, were
tho property ot tho occupant; a tornado
thereforo, was quite a joyful event to
thoso who had occupancy of extensive
forests, und tho windfall was sometimes
of very great value.
Tallow. Tallow may bo hardened
by mixing ono pound of alum in the
lump, with every twenty or thirty
pounds ot taiifiw, wu.cn " trying or ren
tiering it. TTiis ia maid to aecuro un ex
cmption from sol, greasy candles.
Kroni th Ohio Furnier, 1
Unsound Corn as Food 10a Cattle.
In looking over your paepr I observe the
death of several fine colts from eating
bad corn, and that they could douobct
tcr than to feed it. Now let me suggest
to vour readers trie propriety of kiln
drying their wet corn, and then using
it for feed. XJuuedone so at my Cherry
Hill farm, in Kentucky, and find it to
work well. .Some may complain that
they havo no facilities for so doing; nei
ther had I, but I mado up a largo fire in
tho hearth and got It very hot, then took
tho firo out. and threw in six or soven
bushels of shelled corn at a timo. This
process thoroughly dried it, and it is
now eaten with ns much gusto ns tho
best corn grown. A littlo labor bestow
ed in this manner will save much feed to
somo who can, perhaps, poorly afford
To Destroy Weevil in Grain. Soak
linen cloths in water, wring them, and
cover your grain with them. In two
hours time you will find all tho weevils
on tho cloth, which must bo carefully
gathered oft" that nono of tho insects may
escapo and then immcrso in water to de
eevil. Thcso troublceomo pests
ma3'bo kept out of grain by using salt
Sprinkle a little fine salt on the bottom
and around tho sides of the bin ns you
fill up, and over tho top when full.
Wheat kept in old salt-barrels will never
bo destroyed by the wwvil.
Chicago, Great Western and Borth
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"IT II A3 NOT A DULL l'AQE IX IT."
LIFE AND TIMES
Lieut. Col. Io the Army of the Revolution, U. B.
Puuato, Vice-President of the
United .States, Ao.
BY JAMES PARTON.
, crown 8ro. With Portraits on Fieri, and
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antiquary and tho Unto of an arllft. The itknome
details ot political , life bave ltu carefully sifted,
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mation and harmony to the mats. III lione.ty of
purposo is no bus connpicuous thau his originality of
vxpressinn and lllnctrstion. He certainly poitcses
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A traced hi tho writing of ALUXAN
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"Tha archives of tho tlovtrnment of the United
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Iheir vkistenco been known, have mud a large ad
litiu to the works of Alexander II, million, recent
ly edited the nutogjiiph letters mitten by him In
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thousand in number.
Others have been traced In prlvato collections,
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A wider field of view being obtulnod, I resolved
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it both a hUtory and a biography. My oojeet 1 to
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Jas. J. Butler's Record Fluid,
F O It H A Ii R
ATIIIErillXCII'AL STATIONERS AT CINCINNATI
CiKCiwHATl, April 0, 1857.
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11. II. OLMSTEAD, Rook-keeper at Groetback k
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