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land. We calls the rucepo m .. '
The letter appears in thel w.
Koseth salutes Austrina l ows.
".That Austili, sfir whioh ansse the
Hapsburga, whom I, a ne din
cttzen, weighed in the h*a of my hand
jut seven eartago; the existene of
epe r reath of mine: whom
I saved with 1Ld generosity, fool as, I
was to trbrat .hg oath whom the peo
ple ofHkangr, hlap hiimbled tote dsht,
a w ; those Hags
burgw the us proppr fordf awhe
but to whom no aid, no oomn on can
mpart vitalit, and whom the ver band
of the albu domed to certain de
struction. It this, Austria, ,ir ,which
strikes terror to the adventurer wIe arved
his way through all the bloody horrors
of December, and through unsapelo
pew to the throne' this Austria, sir, to
hich-the cabinet o St. Jaasm bows with
fear this Austria whose pulls the
leading string o . ir h e _d and
France are hooklgiu the camp sad In the
A Fz.-A Farmer had occasion to sead
his hiredma.a-.who -the wag was a jolly
Dutchman--to a boering town or a
beorel of tel eses. The, weather being
warm and 6ia rauh, the driver moreover,
driving ratsi''i 1 e adues took a
notion. to" W.k," a't s generally called.
But we will rt him tell h. his own words.
" Ve" said he'I gomed aloft, and 1
goad, * , tlllI gooto desa ill vatstands
on t...o er black nmit's shop, and den
I looks 'round behind my pack, and ter
sthf vas all running out mit ter bung
hole. Tinks I, Ils ethop dat,andsoIsthops
ter cart, and chotches ter oxen mit a gram
ble ithone, and trove to pung hole in as
tight ash never it vat mit a lgh-wood-not
as e m apg again, tillgot to where
t ro E_ cross each odor mit tl
meetinflhois md looks 'rounad-pehind
my agin, and the oms'd sthuff vu all
rund over mit terparrel agin. "Oh tam
you," says I, "I'll fix you now," and I picks
up a chunk and bits ter pang hole nit all
my might, and ter ting flew out mit a noise
like a cannon, and knocked me down flat
of ter mit my pack and seart ter cart, and
it runned away mit der stheers; and turned
em all over mit each order, and proke eve
rything all in poices, and I'm gomed home 1
mit myself put ter cart ish running to ter
A TovUH 8TbaU.-Dave Constable says1
there is one advantage about old-fashioned
frigates: they drag so much dead water1
behind, that if a man falls overboard on
Monday, you need not stop till Friday to
pick him up again. He never gets beyond
a few yards from the stern-post. In con
firmation of this opinion, he refers to us a
well-known anecdote connected with Capt.
Pompous of the frigate" Wash Tub." One
evening while runipg up the Mediterra.
nean under a oneoorse breeze, Pompous
came on deck just before sundown, and en
tered into the following conversation with
Mr. Smile, the first lieutenant.
" I heard a little noise on deck just now,
Mr. Smile. What was the cause of it?"
"A man fell from the fore yard Sir."
Without saying another word, Captain
Pompous returned to the cabin, and was
not seen again until next morning after
breakfast, when he once, more refreshed the
deck with his presence, and entered into
conversation with the first lieutenant.
"I think you told me, Mr. Smile, that
a man fell overboard last evening."
"I did, Sir."
"Have you picked him up yet?"
"Well, you had better do it some time
during the morning, or the poor devil will
begin to starve."
The lieutenant obeyed orders, lowered
a boat about noon, anud found the gentle.
man who had disappeared from the fore
yard but eighteen inches further astern
than he was fourteen hours before. He
was lying onhis back, fast asleep.
We got this from an" eyewitness."--New
Is THERE ANY FORGETING?-Dr. Rush
tells us that when he was called upon to at
tend, on their death-beds, aged Swedes, who
for forty, fifty or sixty years had lost the
use of their native tongue, the long suspend
el faculty would be recalled in approach
ing death, and they would talk pray,
and sing in Swedish: Dr. Johnson, also
when it came to his turn to die, spoke not
in the march of his majestic rhetoric,--pass
ed by even the cadence of those Latin hymnn
in which he once had so much love to dwell,
-hut was 4heard with his sinking voice
muttering a child's prayer which lie had
learned on-' l nmother's knee. Strange,
indeed, is the providence, and yet so wise
ly illustrative of the absence of time as an
element in the divine economy, which thus
brings together in mystical association the
two extreme points of human history
birth and death!
DIUGg,( . llM U , &C. &c.
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S rg and varied stock of Drage
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A3 er'.Chery, 'ectoral, WR ltar ,
Wil Chm ,. Hart! Naptha, Jyne,, Bt.
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The amount of the apportionment due the
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The amount of the apportionment due the
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Teachers and Directors are requested to com
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