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ii. ST MO TEIRVHLL ERIS. UJANUAI RY 25, 18NES -
-VI~ELL AN EOUS.
(J nTttI MA 4 OF LEISURE~ A MANC OF
.1 '.i 'Slriulati. it hotpp wilfe and
tn ti r-h l lotu c'sliii led tile bit 1..
tI)~i~ l VI)Ot bed . ro til th tile 11it va
tan.i hmit iCs ofi tir a (411t tal an
'of'bitit liesin'orit af~e p' a
We1.11 tadi eu 101 uas apl~t'.priatii l to,
u -lli si~uweiwhat inticate jpuvess, ()I
ii lttu..It itc. tile h e uii a rip1.
.-p~d .. Thecre i.4 scan riIv I ti.(Iro
I )E4,) O It' ifiaie o-4j'-ct ill LIII(
V~i~i~FS , iliti21-111 1 .4 mall 1 ,112fl Lill-, lilt
I' L 'liltL peri ves 4. s o' z 241 a-lica I
-$ lL'~t "Ith he 214.( i t eit i t froc. !r
tlit 1111011~Ii t h sa r i . pae l F'. 4t 1 4
.1111 kej't lii tilcLk 2as ill 2.1 v4.. ti,: a.
vent'*; rt' a hialt', awil witi twill y it,
a i h iece -it* w h IatiwIl
tuno jI'teedl tOw VW iW 1) :q (Is
d ~ lt.ifleitit parir . * the bed ill
Li uIf ost 8s'IstQI11t1Clc i:'' is
AC4641,1'e ho-i el nint e' aw I~ tiled hulit:
bi it L) 4o.4.21k "rLhuisu we4. I44.e, give's
..Il i l) el Ch II11:11: t 11 1 tk u g~s
4.. 'iL~11i~ 2 C. )Ii li ro' o ilt ! LI 14
to) ia -gow -r jl1I tilut of ee .ei h
wtLi kdha)lt'li, &C.. 52111l1C l back to) 1t.
* b " i t"li '' It-l 8 . 11tillc s 4114 g a
8*1.ut tle not~ atL'eeluic'i ii ihll i,
--th Vt' l 6,41 *kI as htolug dt 11t' 141 a i v-Itdr
101111C4 AV LI st oiled !ou224
ors l I.iL4 ( Or k Ill L 10 n 11.1 Clii
ut rtti- 14.1114lse iie- t d :at lo .
inh i"i te2rO w1i MI. i . 11.11 i :1 111,4
ke1 111 -c lo i tI I t-) ii lit- to1iiiill I td' oi
:$Hve 11s W I1''0l1 . Ii- slppl-ic
j~r21 iS~ it ua 4J.4. iiL
R otelItC 1 4111 1 Ot:.eI.I ati1i.l
tur lica MIII 'I Iklii ha1 ttI i f i .
A I'Wp illuhv lit'iiliu ta iel
is awine. ",mre.,v
A i'i- 4.:11 nuli' hu 1611.1. li t.* iir-,.(1%
f(i lict oSj 1iI, jI iti dit t i C oi ii . I'I II
-gr'e at o li wt clh ke4. \ I iii i.
*piel td LoIstlr M'. I -~lt s
.ai, nseli rPat.'n. ha il a
M.lir-tai sliiiiiui asted, all- ICI ie d
,I ' flerr.rr ini ler alculation s.
h'le shirts t o a de. Nu1 for eigh.
-.eel mo1 Is tier lhisan'l never took
61'a, fro1n his dlinwer It with a ier
VIuS shuddteri, oi, a suppressed exeera
The Man if Leisure in a Count.
ing fi)use.- The Man of Leisure
rext visitei the couiting room of*
C- & C.W., and114 84cially Seating
hime -lf onl a barrel, bo-l-ed hie sh(.ubl
not prevnit the head clerk, who was
his i ' acq: ail ailtaice, fr"ou1 writing.
"Not at all.' saidl 1the 1Ie clerk.
I'utting his I-en behil.11 hit;- ear with
i C 'nstrail:ell iIr.
'Prav don'tI stilp onl my nccnit,'
saiI ar. Inklin, nwith a patris
TIh il'rk eturNedi tol his a cCmi Is
:l"! lette's, whih- the: Alan (if Lepis.
IurO descwribA duithl somuewhalt n1ore
aloitlialll tha tlisuUsal, Eottle herring
he mll earen for lbeakfast. 'he
el k made ni errr in a figure, ue
ConA MesB:s. B-- & Co. one week
to ree't'I i, i' l one 4f te cilt' Corresil on.
deltts of1 thil 1h 144 was shortly after'
sr11141lised! with thela ani''Innseet14uent Iy
iltIt, that all linlr-ed hales-f i
l.d herrinig tul 0:ot ly be iur
uanh-d44!14 444 orde.
Th11e Otian ml Leisure and hiy ;,nin
ie.- It us.s m i turday Qi:.ht, and
ilh I . Dr. Ingrain sat in his
sitrt with his shmees hefore him,
e. non~lenlta*%rsi amd le-.icons ar'Iand
hiin, :md- a net~l 1i t i d pen ill
iand, wn the MalI f Ld'isilre 1was
-141m 441u t4ed. I Ie einten-d'' 1"h.nlyv i4,l
*111.1 % 2 11C 13 (1 ,i~I\IVi' and
ahoo t dilie 1y, .a that the* Clirl
rsi n ot tie Dr.'s brwi I rubIiced
hythe Winupi.. pave uay to
an 111i1 Smi le IT Ia. 14 iragel,4t . .
~e ientimedth a t Mlr. : .dinl %\as'
hethrew ai-i inte user 'ite lineiis If
hIts .1aweiates- there \% re lgI as
p' in tha t 1ng hour. all Mt gf;( d
wOrd of I 1eh-evaIn fell (-n ha i1r
1011 o nd A t' b-1t 111 1 lr. lI .k
h1 su'se, Sal ing, -1 Ti:I I hla4ve
I :,' 114 .rbIm it na2 . ti) . I.
gr:lIn retouche1'Ikd the 1:ih 1 142 h is e;
AS l der, ic s .p 44 1 &c. k.
b(ed his [frene2:wl, t1 i two 411r tllcee
2uns acros thie oim. and1 threw
hlitl.lf't 241a t in dItI air. The
:mpe1Ctul wa gone, TVn :n-gument nas
Witere a1Waq ; hie SUPl air to
Ied1. and14 dre' - timt a flirt y
t-t41-po er u4 iis retinag 'on his cIn -it,
with1 th).1*o L -i.mre u n i,:
/ il.- h an A I. iue cal.
(ill~ .1k I.1ii 411 'N F'S -_4 C241*w
se-l 'in M4:i.-,4y '14 .\ss Eii.am
I b.4 -rsl~ , a - I *~ ~ hK 4 f'll i14' gil I (,I
a e1; ' V. E vn I e le r rch.
t10; : T '. 1a O 444 .i* tis 812 nea
hat have i 1V to an" V &1A" inl
e441'oij' s- 1 Iili te I11Stries6V 01
C!Iry. 0111.1 was #on: oIm ill
1he iiiu ll t.!, ,f stece ls in iing inl
ille 2.' ht t 1' n t W 141 t (ag t IC er a 44;
a4 fic/wi, orl ci ped i t 414i t he smaill
441 yItlig I1441-s
eci at tis collar 14s1 Sin% la4Is; I v' (41.
deri' h likedj~t it, t4hought he,' and44
a4 gen4 he -i '1h rustle I t he 1( 14,hls It
til tlI 4e ld'ior-Ihe 2kll sou jed itl
the40 & lan of44 L14isur4ed nlkedi into
224' sittiti44, 4orn, where Mini. 142k th
in in 41 upon4 . tn'44 s iI lr. 114k lin,
44'r 44t ('s Ii le' a jrle It lv a g ae ;I it
2,144e '14c 11f. 11a1 ra 4( .V . ih~'~tees. 1'4It
lila was4 no't lotinari1u,$ and44 the
tfar bea t CCen. Enaiia. rende142red4 dea,~
IprIa te, renewe her 14' opeLI'(Crathlins, b1111
w114it dhniishe ardorI II 4 i; her I caing ''
nas14 feeleI as1 th a4 4p1 lause~t. to an1 14n
the timei the l1tani of' Leisure hadl
sitteg: out htis hour, a grey bune had4(
settled! pver' her musltlinS, anid inidel'
lible simutchi disjgurevd harry 11er
(Mr. Inklin Morna~lbd agnin. nnd
met Harry Bertram. It wats no i
tlucice of' Cqtryt v, bu1t Eu;.rrra r'il
lied her liowers anid tliked nire to
Mr. iklin than to hairy, a mod.
est you-.hl, thrown sor.e ubut ilito
the shade by the veteran visiter, wt-,
outstaye him. IHarry, who( w as nuot
a an (.f LeisuIre, couaIbl not call For
several dua~s; when Le did, Mjr. I1k.
lin had 'dropt in' before him ain
unIls th irling his watch-key iith
his cld wandering eYes and ever
lasting ailiriuatives. En ia Cewed iln
lustriouslv, ial her au k lasies Col.
ceald hier vyes. Iler clieks were
beautifully flushed, but for wh n,.!
Mr. Iklin tived w uith her uoik
boc x, witut im Se'vriing to 1;now 'tbit
ie was tuchtiiig wihat Harry thouglit
l1arry lookel a little fiercu, arld
baide good nlight abrupltly. Em II
11a raiised her soeft eyes nitth a
look that ought to hav e detainaed a
reasomiride tran, hut lie was I re
p osseSsetd a1 tire kind -hnrwe
w as leSt. E"n.11n w' ishcd Mr. Ink
lilt -it the lottam of the sea, but
there t sat tlook ing I ri-.-ilIegcd be
cause ie w1 as a Man (& L-isuire.
'I he fiastei.inrg of [he u iidlowe Ie.
auirled himl) that it m [as tinIbe to
g, fur ie dil Tot tl.it tis even.
ingi calls to an iur. Eirua %%ct to
Ier bed-rooln. - She uns just readv
to cry, but a giarce lit ler br
or shoed such hiiight cheeks t)a
it stpped tc t ears, ind She fell iinto
Sassion. She tied hIer ight cap t in
to) i harde knot, anid br uke the string
'llaray Bertram is fed,' saii
She, ".o tet that stick f aun kee
hil frInD ie. I w'isl I couldi elange
I aces % ith Imlia,' aml sit ting d wi '.I
a 1w seat, she rot ted her lot alt
'vIle a, %%h k isngt
t wice' a u oi1 for iiree urionths. e
port wa s busy, lLa rrs pride w as
ed. ~le oili-red limuself to ain
o Iher pretLY girl, and1 %u ac:i t.
e1. En.:na's biight cieeks a
<hd, h r t(p grew s;1V, ani1
tie vic. e uns ol lit, b I ger Lt. ner iln it
gay el fmii 1 stair t stai. be
"ias rev~er talk at ive, ht1 Lit 1.w ti~a
ans saIL. i Ir. I ititi con.triued
to 'drope1 inl,' iis teai t u as a li,:le
love touchevd, but then-1 there u%;.s
'tili elel . On eveie nin.g lie
cane \itl a luk (,f elws.
'I hate brolught y(oiu a ibit ofIliar.
IV l4-tat.1 edig ca.te, S..:d L~e
Einiia tirined 1 al, -CIen red. MA.r
lurast iio it als. 'I ie Mla i. L, is
I"e uas incewlid. Eialla eim ked
\ery I r, ttily as shte striigeld ui;lh
her feliIigs. uie the wiars diied a
wayt; atiol hie Ofered herT his lwt-II
'I moubl slatilr li. dw~n in I
grave than i:arrY I \u,' s aid 11 p-4 -
it!e Enila, in a %cwie 8i I..il that
Mlr. Inkhuil suuated. ,ndrllain t.,
ler io-%u ai rtiine:t, tihe (l.ila lion .
Inc u., cE Ie as ble Siln Iti (I till
dMr.Ar. Ilukiin was aston1.ihed.
Pln Ior'u:.a coveredl cu ther 1. ant
ande sioiled agaiin, tbut she never iio
ried, nor11 eveIr de1.trCCyed, ai lit le
ller~ tit llilrry Ilertiani cLne (Cer
whten it wias r ight for herii teelve
arid hopee. 'the Ml iln of Leisiurt e C
110/i/. - -YCoiut pleise let tieo iget
tie ask the tau hwe fame, bir, Sui.t a
1 ale buie-e~e bitoy, , he hai .shed~
the e, at iof the blat of Le.ieuseC at
'Certaiiin lit o, said M r. luklin,
'1 shallte in aag that weay ini a day cr
'Did your ask fur the llace for
me: , el enera\ 'said the I ate boy,
cin tichetoleoinig clay, we iti a quiver
ir' tip, astti he I~rformedt thre s~iin el
-,'was the aniswe r, 'I unas
'Und1( hetli tileor rtther,' mrur
muriied *tthe , anid gizted tistessl\
onl tthce cent ?Air. .1inklini hlaiin
'Te hoy wenut home. lie ran tio
the hiungryl chibtireni with tie teat
oft braid tie had earnedI i* hv i brush
rng t.e grenitleen' coats at tile .1 lo
tel. They shicutedt witth j y, anid
his moe ther hldc out her' emlaIcit
handi~ for a potin whlte a sickly
smito fittedI across her lace.
'Mother, decar,' said the boy, 'Mr.
rInktin thinikthIe can get mec thre
place, and I shalt have three ineals
a day-only thrink1, mother, three
maala!~-anid it wnn't. takao ma three
minutes to run houxe arid share it
'1hie morning came and the pale
boy's voice trictiied with eagertiess
as lie askt il r. Ii4lin if lie had ap
pliel for the .lace.
'Not yet,' sail the Man of Leis
ure, 'but there is tiIe enough.'
The cent that miorncing wtas wet
idli tears. Atother morning ar
'It is very tlinghilkss in the boy
to be so late,' iaid Alr. Inklin. 'Not
a soul here to brush niv coat !'
The cild cattle at last lis face
swcollen witl weeling.
'I ami sorry to disappoint you,'
sazid the Tran otif L ..isuire, but the
i lace in 'Mr. C- 's store was ta
let up ye-sterday.'
'1jhe boy sti~led biishing andi
hlist afreish into toirs. '1 don't
care nwc'N.' sai( lie soltting, 'I e iay
as well starve. i1lcther is dead.'
The Man if Leisure was shockeil,
an-i lie gave the, pale b4 t dollar !
The M!an of Leiwire on a Death
Bed.- 'Mr. Iiklin was taketi ill.
lie d1id loftei that lie thougit reli
Ji.n itiight lie a good thing, and lie
imeatit to look into it. An arxiinus
frietl brought. a clergyman to him.
lit s.oke tetiderly, but serious to the
suitTere'r, of eternl truth.
'Call to-morroly,'-saidI the nian of
Leisire,' and w talk about these
TIhat iiight the Man of Leisure
died. . G.
IiktOry of lii- Rotlischigd.
Ainia g eil (if the times, few
ext. t eiSe It grteater influeicnce tOun the
leibeirls of th' ii tenSive '(co-,arit ner
hip know n attihcose of Rothschild,
he limp) ert-oniat '16 if that ilioney poweri
u hit h geven earl.llI''~LW'J~~
beinc, in4: hi:; t9 tnotiii i or ( iiin
i ei lid S tate, '.inipe- is indebted foi
h I ier en e % atin if i hiet wveen th
1at i wi-is. In w der tic give evvi
an oit hie '.e iie i Ilinele:( I 'iuvezs
il (eia iits w\ h'ch ha kve plael-d a
Ittin : .h w. hiis :Is and gnaai l sills.
-it hlie laud tt'h lit, miioney-d interests il
thev wolld. it wonld be necessa.ry to
cnli we tI.e histit vof the .iniiiej Call
fi-nitce sitnce tie eicr 16I&2; iln-d tl;is
(-ll I liwv ticws t not lii ai it. A liiiet
-l-tch 4 < t.e ii-e aiid prI c liits of t
Itsi Yer Aver Ai; ehn ROths.
. -l. I liar utii Fu.Miat ln the Nin.
in1 tiroe about theV \ean- 17440, muis a
ncol.c-v Ila, -(-r and14 ;x Imo-ge I Ic-her.
a i l 12 hir ch-laia te i n. d 1i A r t--y eir.
:. i .. 1 h ':en4h la-v h i b i n. (1
I ;. (.'I:- I Irv. a1 tihl t i 4 the O ligebh
J,::Ii -it l.v. t 'k Fla l ' t th S .Itte.
il l il 1)], tooi ~ i i tAle I'm\! I n -111 I ,. v
agctcc tic l>|i\ at lin:rc 1, w~ilitli a \ -r\
IIt LL he -1 11 c 0 iil . I i ic (it dit ill
(;c 'i al v .\...i . - I its ini, Iie , itIil
1. - I <I \ ( c" ii I I ii. titn a l t t4 F 1 it
* 1t 4 i t c-t .1 c;j i I ,t11W Ai c Ic-c i i!..
ihe. Sc i:;.it. ic ii - ad Alc-r A.
1I 1. 1:i!l f ct ci his erVi 5 to i b
ta- uIo I he:c Ics! citlul rhfilaic-I li'ilolluit
ic-i the. I:.ndgane~ ot~ ll:wu e-a--el,
ucci rill i e litlti ~ n lt cel i
\cdat'u. in. I1 ;li i i c-t ac-l' l i i allii..t iil.
ic li-i ir \\ ccit t'~I'te lMcii itil liiti
it ehi 11ui- bel Icc I i ii ii ali Ii teii A .
\i. ca-ihsi hiii bI;- i and. i hecurse
ci :dul-w, :cic 't i -' t cii i i -i ii :t'e l -
lii'c I e it. -ot ic li i It ai, c.cfl. Iolils
clii cih :1cci ciil i cec iii -tantlli.
ctint ltic i- it ti \\ i atic I.) w;"- <cil
cl11c- (;cb i i- ii~l i titscd ulid, titii t
thii ticne:leen re l uicn ha Icci hI
cfI .c t! h js1 all' , ial c-Hccii~ i uiiitlaic
!itii i 'c.-i l!I c Sh t c i ' icl Itit '0i Iwalcs
fii li e ii s t ii id cy, i nt Micarec
tI cit c iy ;e a l t 1 hi-iiuu ti c c i ittt e ((tI.
1 60(t.) Na;i-ch-cin dcret id thei liin niliarc
cit ithii States by~ the ccvereigns. cf
iiunui c ak antd Ile-en Cai--cl, andcc a
toiee- theu deerie. Tcoc ho-chl- tic iesis-t.
thlt iigone c pep:iccd fih l-ght. Bihi
in Ithe \aci ts ofi lis- place. lie hadit
t w - elve ti holi- ins ii- (about c i voi e i.
t his g~ci-at aindI i h ' ii unit of c iontc
hconii thei hi:indcl cf the French-, wvasi a
inauti-i ofi ext i ilie ilinhy, as it
couldc incot hce aied ic way~~i, andic the
its subljects that Ihe Cculdi iicot brinii
huiiciself tco ecnidce his casht ini thir
keinc. i g, especial Ily as5 the 1French
wcuildi *inieit .evere puniiishinieunt cci him a
or thenii , whoc iiuighit, indteitauke thea
trust. Ini his ntiiic st need the taiiih
grave bc-i hccught hilmselfC of A. I.
Rc thsh~eil d, .nit for huim to Cas~sel, andu
entreated him tc take charge of the
money; and by way of compenlsatIOl
fhr the danger to which Mr. Roths.
child exposed hiiaself, the landgrave
ifl'ered himn the free use of the entire
suml -witlhout interest. On these torns
Mr. Roithschild undertook tle trust,
A.d by the assistance of some friends,
Jewi-h bankers at Cassel, the money
was so carefully stowed away, that
w%-hen the French. aft er a hurried march.
arrived ILL that city they found the old
Ia' dgrave gone and his treasure van.
ished. Atthe time this large sum of
tmney was placed in A. A. Rotis.
child's linds, lie had five sons, of
w ionn th ce, Anseli, Nathan, and
So1lomiiion, had arrived at rnan's estate.
These he associated with himself;
kieeping Anseln at Frankfurt, while
Nathan was established first at Nan
c.ester, and subsequently'in London;
and Solomon as t ravelling agent for A.
M. Itlischild aid Sons, visited the va
riis courts and princes in Gerniany
whot needed loans.
Old Mr. Rothsehild haiself, as well
as his sons, especially the SCecond, I1a
than of Loiidon, appear to have pos.
sessed enterpIise, prudence and iiidi-.
try. of tb:-- highest order, so that the
large. sum of ready moniey at their dis
posal imireased and naultiplied with
astonishinig ipidity, in 1813, when,
by the treaty of Ansterlitz, Enlglai
agreed to pay Russia, Au:st ia olad
Pu. ssia twelve iillions sterling, (sity
millions of dollars) subsidies, the
lothsechilds, on the recorniendation of
the (4bl huaidgrave, were appointed
augenits Ir the payuienit of the Imioney
in Gennin; an operation by which
they gaitned several millions ofdollars.
After the victory of Leipzig, Ce
tober, 1813, ini their pursuit of Na
paleon, the allied sovereigns sudden
lV fImid thenselves on the baniks of
the Rhinc. The Emperor of Ans.
tria, wilh a brilliant Court and staff,
took-up his quarters at Fuankfbrt. But
the treasary ot Austria, notwithstand
ing the large sums received from Eng.
land, wpmy empt. what resources there,
-ame necesar; b.the'L oft-repted
bakrupteies of Austria had destroy
ed her cedit, so that Prince Metter
nieh, afIter having in vain applied to
the Uethumins iad other Christian mer
(lebauit pIrinces of Fnoi1kIbrt, was at
lengtiIi retilantly driven to address
hiii-elf* t'~ lt hstbild, and the pride
of IIapsbuirgh's Ucrar st' 1ped to so
licit sucr of a Jew. 'Jlie graceful
mainer in w hich the req liest was
gaited called ibith the Enaperi r'
rat itude. llis son Nat1h:ian N as ap
pointed Austrian citisl general in
Gn tnt Britain; and the VhoIle weight of
A uitria, aiind f (IMetteIich's infnenee.
wore put ill reiliiition to extend and
secure the fianmieial operation (A
the huse of I o-th1child. The full of
Napoleon niiabled tihe old landgrave to
retun to C Isel, an lie gave the
N 4,th J is noiii itice that le should with
draw the ii 1nay he had enufided to
thln.; but befure tle notice e-xpired.
Naph (n's retn fro iin the 1-ie of
Ilba so greatly alharmed the hmId
give, tlat lie unged the Rothschilds
to keep the n(iney at tle low rate of
Iwo per cieit pur : ino, which t hey
did till li dcith, in 1828, wheti
his Still anld sioCessor w as hreed to
r ceive it back, as the Iothschilds re
fiuc.d any It loger to keep it.
In D315, James de Ro'thschibl,
the loinrth sonl ofl M. A. I lothsebild,
opnda huankinig house iti Paria. lin
I 20 Chai'les , the youiigest, estabi 'hl
ed huai-nrelf at. Naph-ils, atnd in 18S21,
'1(3lomanti~ thiiul9 son, t'ok til hai.
res ienc at V*ienita; 'ao thiat at thea
lie saw his live sonls iaced at
VI.i.'itia, andu Nales, and3( united in co
ham iurship, 'whic-h w aiversally al
lowein b the t most.~a wvealhy anid ex
teniv e the worhll hias ever seen. No
opert i'on iln Whieb h le or his sonhs em.
hboi kid haus misemr ied; aind this unin.
Iterrupted sues.s was, mi a great mtenis
(ire, (owinig toa t heir ihei..an eni
telrpri1e. I ithlachild in Lonadon ki inew
lhe re-suIt of Ithe ba ttle f Waiterloo
tighlt hiouris7 belhr the lh10B itihi GJov
erlinlentl, aind the value of this knowi'l.
edg w3Li~ as no less thani a miillioni or1d'l
laris gained ill one1 horenaiOn. No hand
loa'.as ever takent ini hiandi by the
I ' is hseids; no g' od uloan ever* fell in
to ot 3her Iunals. TJheira in variabl e suc
eess at letngthI gainied fo r them tneh a
de (glee of 11 1. puli contiidee, that any ~
Iinianciail interpirise uiponi whiceh thle v
li-ownied, waIs sure to lhil . And so
co nsc-i' us were t lier oft hiir confuidenice,
th:e ill 1W:0, Aiilemi Rotahschii~ of
II itmk brb, wa's hieardl to declare:---"'the
h ose of' Austria desires war, but
the houseis of R~othsclId re~qires
pecace." lno 18-10, on the occasio~n of
lhe troubles between the Porte and
Mehemiet. Ali, the Ro'thschilds were
augin chiefy itnstriimental in preserv
inug the~ paceC of Europe,
Nathan, tho son of :M. A., Roth
schild, died in 1833;. the fouir other
brothers are yet alive... In addition to
their fica nrincinal eLabl~ihtaflher
of your inquiry? '8%
'I was the iurse.that attnettY
in his last illness, ahdi
r Europe, I would neer
Infdd d ie.' -Fvord's Da
To Mlluxangc A rqnrJngis
In ireference to t.e da
periment of pullinga W
backward, I recozincnd*meo, d
of the following metiod:
you perceivo the hofse
to rear, separate ydirneii
pare for him; the instant. 91IkA
to rise slackeni one haia ab
twist his head with the 0
your hands low. Thisbe
pels him to move a hind 1egoi &V
necessity brings hi fa e
Instaitly twist hln c
two or three time?, w "hio I
fuse him very -much,-and, -t.
throw him off his guid T ehm
ment you have fintishied twistig-bini' %
round, place his head Indth d - t
tion you wisl him to npopen p
the spur sharply, and l lh n
to go forn ward : if the stnit t
convenierit press him Into a
and apply the spur and ii -
two three imes but iot 86OVeMV
ly. The horse, will. e
quite satisfied 1%ith the first de
but may feel disprosed to
for the mastery. Should th6is1hie
ease, you, have only, o.twst hmmiii&e:,
as befor:.0and you ill f
the teconrd struggleh ]
easily subdued than onh
casion-in fact, you i ll
quail under the operation, kat
happens that a rearin ho
having been treated in e
scribed, will resort to his t
time. But in going intodt h
and having another rri e
very likely to have eU
Tit The SPrtsnmmn
late Bishop Hlcdd ijg used tdjjlI
incident in-his episopal caerq r)
ingly illustrating the desp
of ong indulging too grenta we*
im exaggeration. Ile wvas-not
he guilty of positive faldo
suierlatives flowed. soreel o
lis tongue that truth lad a h
semablanee, and frequently.Adid h
mischief of a lie. The Voung an
was sentenced to be publIcl
islied by the Chair. jie stoqd,1,,,
the presence of his brethr ;'and
the Bishop, with great an
poited (jut the evil resultifr
the habit. After heriri- h
through, the accuse.
tears, requested permisioq
f'ew words. ie comme
caiidid iacknon ledgcment o
aud thanked the Bishop for' .QL
in the ministry, lie Lis 6i
his determmilation to .conquer
setting 'pcrpnsity g
said lie, 'as niuch as any oo
.have struggled agaist "Ih "A'
wept over it; yes, hiet n
iight and by (.1y. I 1ave- e
account of it, and I can truly yI.
hats a~ready caused me to shs~br
rels of tears.
L~'XPENiRIV OARDINO -i U ri
e.le. reit ing~. to the. Metropolitanftf h, - 6
NLew-York, t he "hnelesidoes
"ini the iunatter of pr ices, fe 'py
les;s thanm $25 per weetk; grid fr
emig n ms~iry, wvhoi has; takn -n~J&~4
r th "Cse'n is paying a 4t4i
$4X0 her day, besides4 a I
tra expendaiture fo.r the ver Ci~o
uiqueiaI winies. One g~ernapas
9 5Q per week. The bil I i-fobr '
miuun to $200. 4 25;r
week. ', and.
It is also s;taed; that "ne' o
are tumied away than 'are received
and that "rooms are talgir -y letter
anud by telegraph, for faks I id
vancme." '' &
ScoLiIN.-"I never ~o
scoldimig pora.n that was aJ.tgov,*r
era a famrily. What nikc oq' '
ple scold? bee'ause theydi O oltgv
een themseleves. lHw then u l
govern others? Thoisovo i
ern well are generaliyn cam. h
are priompt arid resoluteu
and mndd. .
A Yankeie has in ~i~ new
and cheapj plan ford n
of the boardex.i rW ~ th~
rest, and then ats hbe ~ a~ 1,
the mesmeriked be
sy~ipathy. te of thbq4'i
aig egyvded, Matn
have agencies of their own in several
of the lagigo trading /towns, both of
the old and new worlJ. As dealers in
money and hills, they may be said to
have'no rivals, aid as the nagnitude
oif their operations enable them to
regulate the course of exchange
throughout the world, their profits are
great, while their risks are compara.
Lively small. Indeud the oily heavy
loss they have is yet experieneed, was
through the F,-bruary revolutions
i 1848, when, it is said that, owing to
Lhe sudden depreciation of all fund( d
and railroad property throughout Eu
rope, their losses from March till De
ember of that vcar reached the en1
rur110 of eight millions storling, (for
Ly anillions of dollars.)
But great as their losses were, thev
did niot aflet the credit of the Roti.
schilds, and did iot appear in any A,
grlee to have impaired (heir means.
The mteinbers of the firm aire numr
ous, as the third geineration ihas been
receivediA*-o-pa latner-hip; and, as
the cousins mostly intermarry, their
immense wealh vill, filr a length of
time, remain in comparatively few
hands. In polities the lbothsebilds
of London and Paris profess to be
liberals; while those of Frankfirt,
Vientina, and Napley, are conservat ives.
It is, however, evident that. the inter
ests of the Rothschildsi must rendei
them alike hostile to absolute mon
archy, and to poipular moven cuts.
Constit utional Ionareby, with its rep
resentative chambers, is the inlost coil
genial to loan ecltractors, and to sup
port w hich their oteccilt iifluence is
doubtless exeited.-Tha .Afcn of tC
Exh.-auostion of Tilk.
How long the lamp of conversation
holds out to burn. between two per
sons only, is curiously set down in the
following passage, from Couit Gon
fallioner's agount of his ~imprison.
inent :1 "i teen 'years I existed in
4 6 i te tuiare ! -Diing
nine I was alone I never could
rightly distinguish the face of ii
nho shared my captivity in the eternal
twilight of our cell. -The first year
we talked incessantly together; we
related our past lives, our joys forev
er gone, over and over agjtin. T ie
next year we coinmuicated to each
other our thoughts and ideas ont all
subjects. The third year we had no
ideas to - cornmnicate; we were be
ginning to loso the pon er ofr ic-flec
tion. The fourth, at the interval of
a montth or so, we wothil open our
lips to ask each other if it were pos
sible that the world went on as gay
and bustliig as when we formed a
portion of uimikinl. The fiflth we
were silent. Tite sixth he was taken
away, I never knew where, to execu
tion or to liberty. But I was g!ad
when he was gone; even s:)litude was
better than the pale, vacant face.
One (ay (it must have been a year
or two after my companions left me)
the dungeon door was opened.-and a
voice, whence proceeding I -knew
not, uttered these words :-'By or
tier of his Imperial Majesty, I iiti
mate to you that your wif'e died a
year ago.' 'Then the door was shtit,
and 1 heard nio more; thc- iad flung
this great agony utpon tne I wats
heft alone wtitht it again."'
t.TAllmniz IDEAvri.-The awtfal dec
t:ails of Voltai: e's deauth are toou m -il
kniown to uiealc~ repetition. It will Le
sullicientc in this lac~e imere-ly to -.dd
lie follow.inig acuthent ie anecidot.
"SomtyeasnJg', an inidividual, nell
known and01 hiihly re'sp ected in the re
Iligiouis woild, nar ited in imy heLaring~
the fillawinzg iincidenct, la caril hL-e,
while with a college comptaniion, he
was maingis a tour oni the co ntIinzeit
at P'aiis hi~s f~ iilnd was stized with an c
aclarliining iilitess. A phys ~iciani of great
celebriety wast speedily stuniunioied,
wt ho stacted that thle (ase was a eriti
enlI one, iand that much woumldc depend
ciponi a ininiute atteiitiont to his dirce
tionis. As there wtas no one at hand
upon whlomii u they could place miiuch ire
Ilianlce, lie was requested to iecomiiiecnd
somie coniifideiitial and exp erienzced
nurii'e. lie men~itionet~d onel, buit added,
'You mcay thiiik yoursxelf happy in~deed
shi' uld you he abl to. .iieeurei her ser
vices, but she is si) ionih in request a
monbg-st the highier circ-les here t hait
t here is li ttle3 .chantce of' in :diing her
disengaged.!' 'The nairratoir at oe~t
order-ed hi. c arriaige, and went tn heri
residence, and, muceh to. his sat isfhectiont,
thund her at Ihmen. lIe brielly stacted
his erratnd, ancd requiestedl l'er inuni id i
ate attendancee. 'B~ut, before, I con.
senit to atccmnpany you piermlit mu6,
sir,' she said, 'to abh skif onJggle ques
tion. is y our friend ac chrIisttin Ye'
ho reoplied,'indteedi he is t hristian~ in
tha best and h ighe-tu rt~of the tern;
a man who li im thea -bt of Gtht
But I bould