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Xan1No SaTA AlND caTnOO r YE8nsios,.
NEW OtLZEA4Nl SB MAftRCH ss,-ses.-
Duarmi.--The British GovernmentBave had
Mr. A M. Sullivan, of the Nation, ant Mr. PNpt
of the J'ýa , convicted of "pubis adi
tion." -Temjentlemen were to a
tern of imprlaonment, which the now on
4eraobj in Richmond Poite . The trial
of Dr. Water has been to next com
mImlson. Meantme,-h h ,ld In prison under
the Laril Lieautonat warroanat.
The IrisAmsa)ys information is wanted of
Catherine MgeKmaen,wife ofl$mnel Meehab who
left Irland about Ave years ago. Lsasnbea
frJm two yeiri slold, at which time they lived
at 110 Charlton street, New York. _At thor
mation relating4p theabove will beth Dhk_ y
received by her mother, Bridget Meehan
rwford street, Dublin.
A .nit., entitled " Hendriek a. lHendrick,
was recesatly tried n the Comeon Pleas Court
Dublip to testithe legitiacy' eotw asn-o .the
ate Capt. Hendrck, who .t a P.eteett t,
th married to a Chli by a Ctholic
pries was et in point of law "nardls
brother of th e o
the score ofthe ttmate.t'
it was satimfsautial ' t. and Mrs.
Hena.a th. e I , er. Ma"y
1868, and that the boy beoaegn tSe.
folloig tobf, A~ Th jirty found for
drik-ti ii .i tB par-p
orty a n ilaesb revenae. Thamar
the athoHo e,(Very Rev. Dr.
Y e6,)pttee in 1854.
Thu fe.3 74l of the* olt. uays: These
ar e he sdd and fifty before
Gi~wramment for the vaoant g Mastershitr
The Irish sadsof Febrmui says Mr. ©. F.
Train lst eveninn dellvered ia fiat lecture in
Dublin, in thb Round Room of the Rotunda.
Te rorlowing was the .saubect chosen: "West
d-tWheCorse-of-E npre-takea its wayl-The
Landing of the English Pilgrims on Plymouth
Rock, and what they did afterwards lWhy
England is not the therland of America!
why-America is an entire Block instead of a
Chip, as ted in the Stock Mutual Admiration
PAnl-awen Trash I"
The Marquis of Drogheda was created a
Knight of St. Patrick on the 7th nit. There
was a large attendance of the nobility and gen
try proerent at the ceremonial.
WlCKLow.--Duing the week ending Febru
ary 15th, eight hundred tons of ore. chic3ly frui
the Avoca mines, were shipped at Queenstown
t:fi'r England, Scotland, and Wales.
The Bray police barrack has been put'into a
kind of defense by a barrier being erected in
front of it, at- the erpensee of Mr. 1'. W. Jackson,
J. P., the landlord.
A collision recently occurred near Bray, on
the Dublin and Wicklow Railway, by which an
old woman from Newtownmonntkennedy and a
smatn named Cullinan, from Delgany, were in
jured. All the other epassengers happily es
VEXlORD,.-IAn action of considerable inter
est recently came on for trial in the Court o
queen's leunoc, luldin. It was entitled "H an
rs. Sutton and Fitzgerald"- the latter bIn pro
prietors of the Wexford 1'eoplc u aper, in
which plaintiff claimned he was oll, and for
which lie sought £500 dtalies.- Plaintiff, a
Dublin builder, had pyeased in the Landed
EstatesCourt acertaai arm, from which he sub
iequeutly evicted-the old.tenants who had re
fused to payjim an increased rent, amounting
tt) tloubl riatnth's valuation. le ac, with
com i , worn sme forth in the P'eople, from
wctl arose the suit, for libel. After a long
--fial it was founnd that thejury'could not agree
on a verdict and had to be discharged. - Itvpeas
understood that elev-en- of the jury were ini fa
vr of tinding a farthing daII:enge.s Ifr the jelaill
KIK.xsNNVY.--ThTWaterford1 M.cls of February
22., has the-Tollowing: The Rev. II. Helslan
having been atsent froml the parish of Robehr
eon for sonlie years, returned lately, and-having
on Sunday last given notice to the curate in
c-- hage that he would perform divine service
himself, went into the reading desk and pro
"`tcded with the service. Immediately on hil
appearance in the reading desk, the cong rega.
tion, to the number of nearly one hundred, rose
in a lady andt- retired frown the church in the
most decorous manner, leaving the clergyman
almost in solitary possession.
MEA4r.--Tho demise of the Rev. Mr. Geoghe
gan, P. P., lohernunn is amnounced to have
taken place on the 16th alt.
Lorn.--The open season for arlmon fishing
on the tidal wafers of the river Boyne, between
Drogheda and the sea. commencedl on Wednes
day evening,. February 12th. BeUie excellent
fish have been cnotured, and nne monster rul
mon, weighing thirty pounds, was brbug t to
the beach on the 13th. Others weighing as
much as fifteen pounds, and up to twenty-two
pounds, were taken, and on the whl'1e the
fishing of those few days has inspired the boat
owners with the best hopes forthoe futuren
The spring assizes for the comity Louth
opened at Dutldalk oil the 15th ult. The follow
ing gentlemen constituted the, grand jury:
Col. McClintock, foreman; Sir John S. Robert
son, liart,; Lieut. Col. Fortemene, F. J. Foster,
H. T. Halfour, W. Ruxton, J. Murphy, R. T.
- Montgomery, F. lonagh, F. Chester, W. De
Sales- Filgate, R. i. Dunlop, Hlenry St. George
MSlmith-"J. G(. Coddipgton, .1. llenrv, J. W'od
house. J.. J. Bigger, Geo. Bnyla:n, amnd W. Rob
son, l~lrrs. There were i crown crown ases set
down' for hearing, iucluding atn indictment
against John Francis .Nugeut, arrested sonime
time ago in Manchester.
The tollowitg are the naimes of tlhosie sworn
on the Drogleeta granid jury: 11. ahiteworth.
MI. P.; forremn; Jan. Matthews, J. P.; Jbn
Chadwick, J. i'.; Thoman iHaunmond, J. I.,
Francis ll rodigLn, J.P'.; John Shekleton, l'a
trick Casey, Johnl Morton, R. ii. l)nalv, Edward
Mcl)onoungh, lienr Hull, Johln Leland, Wnm.
Boylan, Patrick iyno, Joseclph Dean, Geo.
Knaggsr Rolt. l[.SkI , Nicholas Flynn, Jas.
.LAtimer, It. Iamilton, '. J. Grey, T'. Palmer,
J. Parsons, EHqrs. There was no crinminal case
for trial, which caused the presentation to Mlr.
Justice Morris of the customary "white gloves."
A lady has recently written to a Drogheda
paper stating that while walking in Lorld Mas
sareen's dealuosn, she camue upon a party of
men drilling, who all had tirearms and bayonets
CORK.-A lecture on "Flax Cultivation" was
recently delivered in the Mallow Cour-otue,
by Mr. William Corrigan, Leture for the
Belfast ·latExtension Association. -
The Rbamisedr says: On Monday evening
February 16, Mr. P. Joyce, publican, Patirick'
Quay, ta arrested nuder the Loturd Lieutenaut':
warrant by Deteetive Constables Moriesy and
On the 13th ilt., a iini-f'iquiry was held
in Cork to.test the sonadnsem of mind of Mr.
Crrian him wife being thepetitioner in
the eSe. TheJury foundthat he was of nn
sond mind,. ad unable to mapage his own
S One tba merning of the 18th ult..tbatch of
itaprisouur were oonve[ e CorL
I~l~~~ asmqprme L7~~ame the 1memoa
are; ManC aasrs tt1 i
street: John (Ur oe.,, iph1 NorthMain
street ; Pat*JoyejI-lita Patickf Qaty;
and Joy w;hradshwka sad hide merant,
lo -On the 19tha - Hei etable
elly and a patt-ofthe censtabulary arrested a
younn man named David -Murphy,'- id g at
|rishtow~ I. mrlek, for asp ed emplicity in
the Fenian Isin .. oM-e hof Maich last.
The prisoner wsNpse dIn the countyjaiL
.CLAam.-The LlmAck rttsays: It seems
that some ef "thei -pe , lssed of treason
felony, In aat .-with t muster of Fe
uaissat Dresaslith, msaeBnacahemhea night oi;
the ffth eafthqhl .sst ehaeufar5alatthe
ialriserm.m These ake will, it
it abya eeiaaite oosldetltable aoat of in-
i _ 7where thebrasar tm1known.
The Dn lie eIi :says: Itrf ati on is
wanted of John, ]I Y,-M igia athen,_
of Kilmarry Ibrlehsux, eoBouty Clarm. a; en
last ýeydg abesttw agº, was in Qo
shen, Orange county, State oiNew York; also of
their mother, Honor Bren, who left Ir ad on
the 4t off~dtJune. - A nf eation concern
lg them willa k beahank y reeived by their
in ascee, ad eftbQ ueensepytoD
is raie ý ýýr"ý o~as lead
- r ar a rin .
Kzav.-Dr. Bush, Prinpalof thi DoDmini
canmFatlaes, #t Trlee, died ettyapjfy fever, on
thedi il_. To" his e andae may be
atrtbmuted'tlsh 6renlon of ofe oiftheamdomest
Ireland, now nearly eieilfeted
The Franciscan church In Killarney was
solemnly consecrated by Bishop Moriarty, as
slated by Dr Butler, Bishop of IAmeriek, on the
WiOEiiwoan.-The Dubli Iriafmaa of Febru
ry 2,says: The irrepressible Gsoe FranMeis
Train lectured in Dungarran-on Mo night
and was as suceemsfi there as in Yoh d
Cork.' He treated hiaitmiimemu audience to a
"history" of the ancient borough fDungarvan,
and subsequently to a characteristeic dissertation
'on things in general," intersperi-Writh scraps
of songs. He encouraged his hearers to agitate
for a repeal of the Union, and reminded them
of the visit of the Jackmel, or Erin's Hope, to
their harbor. lie stoutly maintained that Colo
nels Nagle and Warren, and the other gentl
menatl on heard that vessel, were only. o a
yachting excursion to see their frier, agd
visited l)ungarvan "merely to see hey had
got a good harbor, anld see ifeasels ould
laned without cannon, revolve ..and muskets."
lie told them that these o gentlemen were
American citizens," a being so, the -soooier
they wer given u he better it would for
ANTRIM.: ilhiam Wallace, a pnblicaat, was
arrested iBelfast on Tuesdnay, I ebruary 18th,
on a char
gal oath to one John Callaghan'. Philip Har
'inson and Francis Rea, who had been confined
in Belfast goal for some time pmat on suspicion
of complicity in the Fenian movement, were
on the same day discharged from prison on con
dition that they wouldat once quit the country
The netion for libel recently-brought by Rev.
1'; Clrke. of I elfaist, against Mr. A. J.McKenna,
Editor of the Weekly Observer, was settled by an
apology from defendant. and his undertakin
Spay p inatifA s costs.
MoxAGIIA..-- correspondent of the Dublin
freeman says: In order to provide additional
accommodation tIr the markets of Ballybay
andt especially the. O-esiiIve flnx market held
weekly therein, it has been determined toap
ply for a presentment at next sessions to make
a new road or street with frontage for building
leading fromi Church street to the neighborhoeo
of the railway station,being about a furlong in
length. The fact that- £12,000 to £14,000
worth of flux was exhibited here for sale at last
market, gives some indication of the trade of
this place which has been always.a celebrated
The following are iho names of those sworn
on the gradjAryfor the conunty Mn for
the spring assies: Charles P. Leslie, M. P.
foreman; Lord Cremorne, IL-P.; sr:eorge
Foster, Bart.; Edward Lucas, Andrew A. Mun
ayke, Captain Thos. Coote, William Francis De
.ae. Captain John- Lelie oha Lenighue,
William Stuart Trench, John-Brady, John Cun
ningham, J. H. Trench, Humpr'eg s Jones, $A.
Mnrnett, J. Nunn, Henry Rade David
Hamill, J. C. Wright, Charle Atkinson and A.
K. Young. .
Dowx.-The felowingpolPerty was recentldy
sold iii the Landed Esstes. Courti : Estate of
Jans. Alexander R. Mackey; par of the farm of
Balleney, called Rbock Vale, barony f Lower
Iveagh, heldin perpetuity, 2t. . 7p.; net
pirotfit rent, £9 11. l0d.; poor law valuation,
£2910s. per annumn. Purhased by Mr. Thomas
Mackey at £820.
GAl.WAv.-The Cdsaeuhtl Patriot of-February
say, say: The solemn ceremony of profession
took place in tie little chapel of the Team
Merry Convent onlast Monday, the Feait qf St.
Mcol:atie. His Grace the Archbishop re ed
the vows. There were present, Rev. Jamb Mac
(ee. Rlev. l'atrick-Heanu Dunmore; the Rev.
Profeasors and Suiperiors of the College; the
father of the Sister religieuaes, Patrick. Kearney;
Castlerea; their brother, John Kearney; Mr.
Timothy and other friends; the two' ounger
sisters of those who, on that day, made their
profession. The elder sister, Margaret tookin
religion the nmne of Scholastica; and iohanna,
that of another great saint and light of religious
communities, Teresa. -
MAvo.-A eirresp9ndentnof the Patriot ·ays:
of Athenry, in the Celtic Auth as ree.
A corresnmondlent writing from Castlelar, ru
dcr date February 15, says: Head Constable
Smith and two oftho.constabulary, at-albout
five o'clock to-day, oeded to the house of
Messrs. B. and J.'Mclhngh, Man street, where
they arrested pa young man named William For- I
restal for using seditious language, and at
tempting to assault Private Patrick Kean, of the
2d regiment, now stationed there.
On the 11th alt, in Castlebar, Mr. Patick
McCormack of that town, was married to Mims
Cttherine. Ieeney, dnghter of Town (ouneillor
brothr of the bridegroom. - man was the
TWheLimnerick Reporter of the 21st. tl s., 55l:
Teounty, which is. to be the theatre of the 1
cleaturnout of four hundred human beings-
tnu __dout on the radside, without snccor Or
hol ay-- e Ifayo If this be not recruiting for the
mEniau rnks with a vengesaee e-wrre obtuse.
CasrtLs IN at Ara.-Dr. John Wilkins I
wrote In the time of Charles II to show the 1
The un hees e f ewesm Ji who w .w mre
notorious for he a t r;on,
him,: Detr. ,,srram I tot'o--tat i athe--p
_ o ur ne. e in " ld , r re,p ]me
orta h lie amtm '_ mIght Lieery mightt
I atoa ef onwno-- -
4igr. JeiRitTsi'ol'd a ager Honorary
Canon of Paris, and late a proa eor in the
Barrbonwepabh meatty ' 0 Ar
The Bishop of Birmingham is . delivering
I hiarathbedirs, a moot a eeUng course of
lectures upoa the couvejttoq ; .,,
The Prihoees de Is ;Tour Aun has
iiveun ithegrtlt worrt ;'li sidig a
JiectedatWendranad to beonstriited
of white- .,tch, with a c, r ,..alty-ave
T Fognmae lo h.- ..drese to l 4e o
FTerimhe e beaeo e bbeaelse
bhe o.e . t Se toh ldw Se
dbrueai s, the ýmiv hrye of the deathe
9 me. Ja- le
Bonaparteii , ll Beodhi, a 'erma -'
renno *ap =e
nal1. e hvºen i obaap
pointed for the e raiies flmo od
Two m ster, i ierhalý . tt . diet f
CTihe uti ra o'se port easowphomes.nr
takenthe the Mo.nrte Beie, o
the mpreesCarlotts has addressed a to
ermthe thebonl of o heunfortunate hum
lunscy od ~the mprees.
The-funeral obseanies ofJose realan, a
sergeant in thej ontifcal Zo es, whi was
killed at~entaawere edlately by
the Bishop of Vannes. ore than two hun
dred prlls at the cereoony, theis
church being c ded with the faithful.
On Feb y 9 in St. James's Church,
Spani alace, London, a sermon was
pre ed by his Grace the Archubishop of
estminster, in behalf of the Society of St.
Elizabeth for visiting and relieving the sick
i iii `sressed poor at-their-own-homes.
On the 20th-January,the Beiedictines of
the clinrch. of St. Ambrose, Rome, havin
o ied the permissiofi of the Holy Father,
exhumed the body of the Zonave Jules Be
noit Henguenet, who died in defense of the
HolySee, and buried him near their altpr:
The Pope has granted a plenary indul
genceto all those-who make their devotions
chapel devoted to the Holy Virgin, belong
ing to the Marquis de Rek, whose son died
so gloriously in defense of the Church at
The parish of Savonnieres Mhabeen visited
.b an epidemic-whi khas cartled off many
victims. The Archbishep.Freje has.,been
indefatigable in his effortsto give consola-"
tion to th6e dingaad hashlfpo
help as was needed.
The Bishop ofHavana has ordered the
curates throughout 'the island not to ring
the bells .ding.Leerunidi's passage,-in con-,
sequence of Lursendi's permission to Ristori
to play "Theresa" aiaist the bishop's pro
test. Lersundiodered the, bishop to leave
the-isln& for insuboerdnation.
On Septuagiesiar8a kislordship the
Bishop of Plynmouth " the Sacra
mentof Confi m ehed to a
-Church e-S t.o aisi-eT~'i. oth
adults who reeivtd the Sctament were re
cent onve late B ev..o Doebbeleare, the
resient paistor, .." ,
The PolFahr.jst ooheBsed to e order of
Pius IXeuet s- t P uer;h'b e r
tinctio bgI e 1..._!,i .aitst,,i r de
Manp t, a.ln law, f t fex-Austriant
miesther. tm marks dtof ohaor are in
tended-io sd~nledgetie 'eerviee Baron
HubnePrJsr Araer the Pontifical Gov
toera ip ..ie.i.il i
A ' O n'pdliation annonees that
Bishep--upin p is to celebrate in his
dloujrse, this e, as formerly, the deliver
anc of Orleans by Jeanne d'Adrc, eaching
frthe third'hne the i eiae l ot hero
ine. It is supposed that thiis sin a relminary
step towred-beatifeation. His eminence,
the Camrdinal Archblhop of Roahn, the eity
her martye i , would, it was suggested,
suitably prieide on the ocasion,
The-Italiae Bishops- are everywhere or
dering public. plyers forthe ijtentiona
the Holy Father. The Bishop of Torni, in
his recent pastoral says: "Pray with fer.
vor, hul.yi iiad constancy and fear not!
Jeas has ba q toered the world1 and He will
send de a on us and. our errmpg brethren
light and fitti and charity !. The Bishops
of.Ravenu, and Verona, have also issued
pastorals in'the sume train of devotion to
.During the discnsesioni e th--irh
Chambers of the navy et~imlta it -was pro
aposed by the Deputies Corte and Farini,
that the small amua allowed to the Sisters of
Charity fort- --Fljivioes in naual hospitals
shoald be withdrawn, and the Sisters be no
longer permitted to tencrthe sick and
wounded. General Menabrea, General La
lormora, ant the Minist r of War, General
Bertole Vlale, mt strongly urged that the
servies of thm Sister shoTld bem still re
tacred; and General La Mormora, -entered
iantoth quaston ait great length.
Lately, the Ppe gatsveadience to a meat
number of Roma an fod foelgn ladies belong
tag to the 4we-eongregatianste of the Immac
ulatoConception which have-their seats in
the Aligious establishment of. the Sacre
C~eur at the Trinita del Monti, and at Santa
Rutink inthe Tranteveae quarter. Those
ladtes li dat the feet of his loliness a large
uumbJobf sacred vestments, the work or
their wta hadis sea gitR, with the view
of havingthe 'distribtiutd among tHe
hur h heh es d.rneed of them,
zpme/dayW nm ofthe spoliations from
-during areent events.
b-tlm emrwmenli the aies ladded a nasa
e tvaluable asmed vas amd mms ob
Jec til me of the Holy F'aher.
a Of `"
wdiars e ofthb'
. silver - ea'oe no
mae asinh wskd h otrde
a he o a toete e
Tiesday oing bo me yolarge l adb wo
enotela taree, or wooc e `lear that the
eaod, -aington, has much eo-n o es
e a d hopes o hi recoveryh are en
lthae teired. Father tMeister a.e are
ma ae aof the ath he e tho
eeSt.itcQin Duboe s county;: laiy -ifo
anTuesday morning som e young ladsof
Scuttngr a-treeo wfoh a delear the prais s
residence and wire playing around se tp
be in danger of getting hurt, when he went
don to warn. athem of their danger, and
Sjust as he arrived at the place ithe tree fell
a thead, breaking his skull. He- lingered
until about eleven -o'clock at -ight, and -
energetic, active and always industrious,
and ministered the spiritual ants of lhis
congregation with a fidelity unsurpaied by
Sany. He wts a native of france, but had
Slived in this country for several years, and
last Jul dcelebrated his golden mass, having
been or aea
I Catholic Iatelligen er.
t ARcuHDocus O NE 8 -YORK.-hVe learn
.from the Brok lagl that the Lazarste
1 are about to eore a college in that city. A
r lot seven hundre h by two hundred feet has
z beep purchased, and friends of the cause of
- edcationu are giving substantial support to
morningjtez.telr The conse
crated vessels 'pdan a portion of the. vest
ments were savedbet the paintings, seulp.
ture,and organ were lost wititthe baulding.
The loss on the church .is eetilpxted a
$20,000, and on the firnituare a. 2,0.
Diocn.a PUhr .AiLPMa Tbe
printed $2000 thin t geferal yearse a o
Istute of IensylvIan hiR c hnli
bll, for St. John'k rphan L ibrthe
yest 1ar 08.
On St. Patriek's da the L 6tr
Bishp Elfder was ta deliver ajecte
Aaral Hall, for the
benefit of the House of the G hcprd:
Sister l Antolnette, Superior of the
COvept tof the e ethe Immaculate
Hertt o ay bIadepuha on the
S8th instat. He- mortal remainst were
takei on the fg .awngsy -ti-le dyen
at Readin g.Pea yl.ania.
SSome o u readers navn kpw that
there isinthis city a wellreted academy
for oelered children.at No. 430 Lombar I
s treet, under the charge of three 'Oblt
Ssgters ofeProvidenbe. TIt ooitains several
boarders and classes of dlea "hd-"male
scholars, who iceive a solid Catholic edu
cation. 8istieMary Teoreis the Stibe
rioress lf- the Comm jn in this city and
the Jesuit --Fathers of St. Joseph's Church
Sattend to their spirithai wants, and manifest
considerable interest in behalf of the insti
DIocxESg O BosiwO.- The new Catholic
church litely erected in. Cambridgeport,
.was dedicated on Sunday, Msrch 8, by the
I ighrRer.4Bishop Williams." The sermon
Swas reached by Rev. George F. Haskins.
The Reo. Thomas Scully is pastor.
I Docats or.C xc oo.-A -correspqndsnt
suiting fron Dixon, Illinois, says: Ouir
good pastor, the Very Rev. Dr. Lightner,
than whom a more upright man in the dis- I
charge of his spiritual duties is not easily
found, has lately determined to build a new
church, &he beter-to aceommodate 'the
growing wantse-of his nereasln congrega
tion, the old frane building being now in
suaflicient to contain them all.
DIocusE Or MoBILx.-Bishop Qaialan,
whohas been absent from Mobile about a
month, returned to that city on Monday
PETERn'S Pm~ .-A corresp ndlent at Am- ]
sterdaom writei us that the subscription list
for the Holy Father closed on Saturday,
February 15, as announced by 1e 2W.
The total asum received by s !l . e incec
tobtr last aounts to 175~. gn derq, or
£14,025. On Thursday penng last there
was at erd a ple nid ont whinh
took place in the large conery s room in the
lie chureheiesa d several amastpea. The m
room wasa to overnfowing, sad all went
of most adumiably. The p of the
coneeit are to be applied p to the Pka I
pal Fad ad pertly the iar Zonaves
who ma re rsist en their retur
to "Vnsi,4eaadllaL"- We I ,
1hIr swl I'~ebte oe~omos~"h
r ' -
," a ,st a d -
i i n wi(ti Leh tboo ide__", t . to
o jt~sion." - ts i :
_ l lor Ktht >te o he
Thelresmit ma is o dLu'wm h , fm
oel everybowed o tle po diratted with him.
• chair at tea. . : "
negro like a certai gMocatio. 'hecuse Wtho
a black's m Uth.
A man being asked ]ow old hs brothr
as, r : e In ote'w wilt be .m.L
hebn you ear am say Lifehis but -
asked n toopen his month.i."N, na,
hye bihte me" replioed he.u I haue
Aet teardeat tamhl ent made ts mt the iip -
To know f ow a bad mawno mn .at haen
Why isay se ntat n t, supper-tbltike
money :btod on therpoor between p t is
oy ebyoosn lei oigler a i tone o
a.e ,-t rt . 1koeaya"d .tieklBa •t cieus
A converte Geamra Jwr ws exhibited
one atExeter Hail, etend a er is ddrmad-ing
Twiste audiee toailaded with "Pi4e ith an,
pitebfor yu. '
than inti as ked how b l " hes o toid
the of itel" ishe replbye , -, he no
Objeion."rh Protestant pape once exltant
noun old heors sao thate Churhe ofst ome
pforITse e of rger is-t tknlhe -and." o
ofA otoman asked . an rishmoh : , Why
are farthieng oined o in Eo andnse iPat'
answer was:. sta tmve oachmen an op
a chair a ing to ritrle ie
WhS is a fucifit idethat almo trtuevery
negmer wnte a to sell his, farm,r asnd o at
sometha g else. Tat "something else
will stad a fair ehance of being over-one
somebody defines cTarater as olday.
atter for you.'
iman being l asked co old mndsa mbr to
death by the name of Hog. Thetter p
dreafor meready on aen andt of kindred. i
SNo, w said the Judge, "og is not-Baeo
until itf s hung.. " .
A Yankeeg captain once sang out in a
a to ed a pehand o his mont a, :
yell taelt ;ib, rthere rn yEr skinl
hago adet ib "stI aint matoude aout !"
squalled out the simplse -)Downeaste
nlmhad a~Jenrrold estCwe"n o
To iend, and eow d aht, on entering the
room: "My detn.a Pepper, how glad you
out ibe to sdiree ab yeaer iends mastpvered."
Smith and three of his tro ie-won being
fatigled and jated with their eullast
a el maned on te road how Ar twas to
A rm when sentenced to deathe Cthurc foro
aefahing, ' in extennation toat he
swerd wada T Aiv whenS an o -ty
c.itryand brother of-athae EarlmofCrk"
faatreri as tfasea his fal, anda go to
the audiese onhluded wthath "Ptethren,
we eiqh him.~'