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avementfor pedesirien./i )a'.
ad with rpwa of Linden treea,sand's * Ndh
ad fromnld airibgeeay yii fron iai.
ag. I tp4 onpuldiksto have a
eporiptaon of h alace. Thed is
othmng rematkboa t this saxcept it's
.mensity- Wifei n. 1t mig t. ao
,oked welli but In'Its at ~nd Iiiidated
late, it is move a disfiaio ~nt thaean
rnament to ii eit? l t rane Sto
iv the king 'without hlodtagigy sioli.
ation to repairit, hats witbin ilhe lat' year
xpended a'large sum of1 1nAnd kue:on.
tructing a dom& upont the.Southiern eid.
hi.wthu afdng to its l~eauiy, gives it
eappearance of a olossailalcomotive.
la-fore the pailae ditwo large. e .
ria statues, presentedo the king bythe
rhperorof Rusiai',Inh.~ra'e~r're a
uimbsr of roras Srg aev decoreted
ndnished. Wtr ,e liy
Ina eyeral hended ot fes6M b utpacd
imaiad a light th~it as impdssle i.ee
'hat mostof them are I noted Qne
appseitingihe coronation of the p eat
mIk, containing ayeral hutdred garS
aost of which are god iknea
rmgpee, generals, rp esorgd&c., IhneatF
atho msorptea t WS -IImtin," frm.
Idf precoud s stonae', a:aj id-to hive cost
,d0 thalers. Ir he next oonis'thieeo ist
othmng remarkablebut a fine picture of
[hip'won o6hrseback by hDvid. Ai.
r thin.comcsa thg .balj roofn the mloat
9au~tiful in the palace. . It is 0. large oh.
mng room, with on arhed ceiling. overe&d
pith eotwo-ofWhich are not yet'
snished. A t each end isa beiloony for
ausicigans, ornamented with statues of the
lontors. Ohk of these gallerps hd.i nov.
i- been opend, hut ia doverei with a 'red
ila; jhere isalana 9ttae of an .angel,
y the celebrated Rau'oh beautifully exe.
uted. We then p1iaed through several
ams decorated ecorilistg to the fashion I'
nder the different kings. In severalof
eose rooms were thrones upon which we
11 of course sat down, a privilege, which
ionid rnot have been) allowved us beofore the
evolution. A Wfer we lad examined these
'e entered the knights hall, ery hand.
limely furnished apartment, taining a
arge salver hield, adorned six .. g.
res in gold, presented to ahe present ing
Shais coronation, by tha city of Berlin,
nd urn of silver about two fet high, with
lecoahs of arms of the diurerent knights,
'lao qongnecred at the t'6urnamernts, beau.
fully carvedl upon its surface. There
re three of these, one was presented to tae
mperor offRussia, another to the prince of
,ecklenburg, and the third remains hecre.
othe next apartmot ia dinner service.
railver, Washied with gold, consisting of
voor three hundred pieces. I took up
ie cover of a small tureen which weighed
0 pounds. Here also are thaler pieces
1every year for several centuries back.
'ho remaining rooms on this story contain
nly a fn piatures, among these was a
ery fine one of Napoleon in~ his Emnper.
rs mrbes, and also one of. his wife Jose.
hin. Onthe story below are the apart.
aenti Qf Frederia the Great simpy fair.
Ished, containing however, several fine
leps ofp culpture...We saw his escrutoire
a a pair of mnoveable stairs, which when
ided upj made a good -table, an'd wihen
ened presents two flights of steps. in
ese apartment- are -many fne time
eces. We saw one made by a mechan
who lad never learnt the trade,
hich told the seconds," minutes, hours,
sys of the Anonth, of the year, and th po.
tion of the planets; while- anothaer told
e time at any plae in. the world. In
eof thd roonris is'a chandelier 'made of
irystailwith aglo of the wame materIal
o large to put d to a. man'snt k t
'Oppositt, the palace op 'the, otbier sido of.'
o Lust 'garten stands the' Musdaiui, 'aa
rge. and tastefitl. edifice. NThe]frnt is
rmed by a coloanade .f lluted pllars,.
aking a spaciotus and elegant porto,. in r
is last is an immeriso"~ fresco painting
vering'itsuvfrle lenigth pad sidle,. Idot
t'knowntlae 'cjotiof i;~bbut the Ilgures hi
bhich thee -ragoetal. nmci,, aro (
utiopf . trhp
02ld of tt *0t
f il ab oe
Ily nieut ga
FtW tr*_ie nlea6t,~Il,~
feloss-of in drbleal 'ae
(flgsforyangatlyAte-dmeed ,4. feabgo
ttandyngble stafues of tro great P sa
. .nrals, ericted ayt l t kin ?po.
oys opera bpmse,a anpi~e
oblbidi iih a poe ourot
ed drinbtio to f neien '4eQ1
@verpexpeeds ill 'desoipion.I went
dIa s sed Iiamousballet; onledathe
BlruleFeogFlower Fals'f.The Whole
house dshines with fildidYfirnisdiedts,"aidd
sr satue every n9o~orwonerthieh a.pin.
a yle, tIe larg tt .s said can" di fify per
tos ira tt6 srnfaller ones l e'noaly ap.
ewvlin alone. The Nto'liketht est
hbnilding igtruly sylkndid.?cthaing
is awk w.akdly done 'as in ouf ftbeitrds,
verything is atranged bfiehiddy
Fhe stage dIay be ebverel'witliadesh
r4other thi sbut in anIestant all
balanged. On one sie;stands a very
tandsome brnze batuerofone oIathe
rmoon.R le is represented wih -~Qord
it a jd, apd hisi foot. r aigzpon a
brokep cannon, buit the -:elieI bty or
this inonurment consts fnst
tie WilduuIittle's ti
vd On1h:ii r Ao
is 'a library;-alul the gladp ~b'he Priince
of Prussia,. both veryhaidombi buildings[
when t.kenseparaely, but joined together
asthey are they present avery awkward
aptarance. Over agehgst these is- the
University, which I thiik decidedly the
harndsomest buildding in Berlin. it is built
t'und three sides of . quar, leaving a
gai-den in the' iddleand, airned l vith a
numbaer of statuitad fiescoe.E. Next tot
the U~niversity is thd Aeademy, now much'
defaced b time and the elements. The
whole: street is thus-lined with elegant,
buildings, be1h public and private .u to
the Brandenburg Gate, which is consider
ad one of the finest pieces of nrchitecture
in Germntray. it -is surmounted by g
bronze s1a.peof Victory drawn in. a .car
by four horses. This in the war with
with Napoleon was carried to Paris and
brought back again. Passing through
thisgate you arrive at the Park or Thier
garten, which on Sunday aferunons is a
favorit resort for 'the citizens. Turning
to the i-ight you come to Knolls- garden.
This a fewi years ago was nothing but a
barren sand, but German industry and
patience has converted it into a beautiful
garden. i'he st place worthy of no.
Lice anter the Lin denstrass is the Gens
I'A rmes Market where the theatre a bul-.
Jing of the most beautiful proportions is
auated. Thiis s so lile ornamented a',
0 e6ntadt strangely wvith uhietwo churches
' each side of it, which are so profusely
adorned with tatues as to ruin their ap.
earance. .'They perform here in both
heTheatreand Opera House on Sunday
tights, - and then indeed they have the
e~t prices, and are best attended. .Most
if the balls and tha concerts are then giv
in, and Sunday appears to be devoted to
omusemont by all classes. There are
tot near so many churches here as in
Jharleston, and yet they are found more
han enough, as four-finths of the 'popula.
ion seldom see the inside of a church.'
ancing and music are common ause
nents in family circles on Sunday even
ngs, and religion appears to be less atten.
led to here than in any other part of the
wtorkcI except France.
.ONE OF TnlE se i UsEs.-Thei elegant man
ion of'Wm. P. Van Rensselaer, about one
nile from Albany, on the opposIte side of the
ier is advertised for sale. The house is one
if the most extensive ever erected in America
tb whole cost waTi4,00. The wali and
eibrigs&ar pahited in pieces by Cragaldi, and
he iNop house is warerd o Perkins hot
water pipes. There-ara two m da of wrought
ton pipes aid down in the house for the pur.
ose-. Attached to this house air extensive
leasure gropincs containing avarieaty of trees
nd'shrubtabry, and five utle of winding car-' A
agetoistr Thei whole estate contains 500 r
erfis;80'Dowhich are enlosed by a subtan
al bpard fenen thoroughly painted.- Thp
puse .stant on the bank ote HI~udson,206~
6e0abd'e' 'hrWie 'a..ohmands aview, of
ritipas.ea i Edxiat Tp a milli-e
sal iwiowdiall's fr alate ready 'made te i
&laItal house' of Jiverwyck present~
bdaesa i i~'t. Q:~
whetl lli n
~ ~1fo hun i~ m la
ci etiii~. f di d~ 1o
and tieriI th&u 6f
man's iovo-be v
I only prayed tht oiEmee
her wherewemight ohjoy'a r M.
terchatigsr of sentiieiitMer r ps
coatinuod. Seve ini u
mob. My-heart beat
At length th benedidt!
cod.' I ligrdbottyM
til I saw the dark-eyed'dam ut
for hoMo, alone and oni fog. O!
tho cuistoiis of sboiety woginiia
r'we' are surely one iii soul d
niality! that thsroosp'd r
tween each other! Yet I"fbild
her. She looked behindi sa'd'd
thought evinced some-emotion at rdbo.
nizing me as the stranger f 'dli.
I then quickened'. my padc and e
actually siAtckened hers[aif to let me
come up awith her.
"Noble young creature!" thohght I
"her artless and warm heart'is superiod
to the bonds of custom?"
I reached within a'stone's throw of
her. She suddinly hialtid iind turned
her face townrddin me. M h Jea'rf siodl
ed to bursting. I reached' the spot
where she stood. Sh6 began to speak,
and I took off my hat~as if doirng roen
once to an angel.
"Are you a pedler?"
"Well, I dont '"know"~iii$
she, not very bashfflly, dii igig
:mite sternly: - -
"I thsought whsntI Fa* vouihi h
cneeting hourse, that youf leokd ~hik1tli1
pedler who passed off a' etef1iifideld
ar three Weeks agf .%T ' i
termine' t& c'esp' in io6j oh
Brother Johnifhas got h~2 iio* affid
lie says if ho oatehde th6 fellow' ho'!I
wring his' eck for bitji; :nd'I si't
mure ~ut you're" this godd46r4Iob x~
Ra d er did you ever'a e tbpai~
'TAKING THE SBfA OF'Q1
The folowingucold a~"
;iven in the,iant "lay f Un~:
A lot of idlers stood'ii~b tend of
pier whjeh ran. p~ut igtenthee Hudson
iver, in onuiiof the sna1 t~wni1nner
Litbany, i fow days agug~pa
rong~ streiitn ecalW ~ ti
riiu the eidJavde ~ pithiisf6
he farthest dist&hcbr *sidd~t6
lade huis appearanee- 11%r 1d~
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