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ifllVOli & MURRAY, Editors.
"If thou hast truth to utter, Speak! awl leave the rest to God." Gali-aih.-.
Si. I'. Ilv.riz, Proprirlor.
EOWLLNG-GUEEN, PIKE COUNTY, MO., SATURDAY, NOV. 1, 1815.
I timber 38.
THE BANNER. j
NATIVE AMERICANISM, AND ,
i WVI1EAD, ITS ITINERANT '
PRE VCIIER. j
m t , , ; nlu '
This man, Lawkeau, receatij is
. , r- i . r .1,0, , '
i;ed Z.mro'n county for the purpose ,
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.! en uhtemng its benighted citizens
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open the all-important question ot
it i i
Native Americanism. lie prolcs-ed
to have received his cal to preach ;
from the Native American assticia- "
.;., f St. Lords: and to have beeni....... - ,...,", i
i red and authorized bv them to '
Inred and author zed by
Pre.d far and wide, over our b.oaJ
and beautiful Stale, their peru.uiiv
libtral and philanthropic notions.
llutia justice to the intelligence of
that party, we think there must have
been seme mistake in the crt. He
urel v cannot be the or-nn selected,
tor the dissemination of their doc J
trine, .4 a intelligent assocat.on
never would have cl.oen one so en-,
tirely destitute of all information and
r ..n .!. ,.. r.f Tvi5;.n. t.i mil-. '
U1 till UCH V v a j-i i -
lis!, to the world '.heir peculiar p. in-;
y-i rit c.
11 .1 .i . :.,.,'!;
it-,,. .1.1 tint La tin hut fh.'it an 1 ; :
tent conununiv snouu iuu-e mrm
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we nave ceiiaiu.y moie u.a.iV
to th'nk that tl ey w oti'd send suc h
mi ignoramus to preach even to tlie
most ignorant; for it would bo -tiie
Llmd leading the blind," a;.d they
would certainly "all f.ili into the ditch
With the greatest earnestness this
Jyiwheai declared that C ruiaay con-
iined eighty miliiuns of luhaLitants
, lliat fie annually sent into our
ountrv, at lcasi.xie million of her
poor d-traded and tiiieviu p u
i..n. f.,r the avowed i,unose ol over-:
turning our it.s'.itutr r.;. :mi .!etr..y-'
. ,i ,,i,. ;,, l,
inir ouriiovernment that tl.is nuri-
ly influx was annually j;. i.icd out
.m iu ; ! nr.. I .tn..f.7iii r.t (,er-
llrill tne t.ia .". - t
inmy, a swarm !ro:.
K eat bee ,
hive, to blacken nir c. u'.tiy wuh
i ninorality and crime that they
were not onlv low and degraded, but
dishonest, and that they paid no
more regard t then oaths than spit
out of their iooi.ti.s- lh.it they bne-.v :
no other than siifih feelings and il
ihey could make by swearing, th-y
alway swore to the best advantage; :
conseepierilly a St. Lwii jury wa
never known to pay attention to a
Dutchman's oath, without corrobora-
tinir tf s ::.. .(. v.
li.H not satisfied with libelling the;
characters of the men, he descended j
to the mo.t coarse and vulgar abuse j
of lhe females; said that they were'
not only base, degraded and dishon
est, bnt prostituted It the lowest
crimes; they knew r.ot virtue.
ThcsJ were his declarations pub
licly made fro n the rostrum, and we
are informed ly those wno ocaru
lum, that, in ins street convc.s.i ..on,
he declared that he did riot believe
that there was a Dutchinau in
lxiui, high or low, no u.-.tur v.li it
Lis avocation, who would not stral.
We say a"ain lhat we can scarcely
believe that this man was sent out
by the St. IJuis Native association,
to deal out such wholesale s.anders
upon any people. We cannot think
that thev would send forth, as an ad
vocatc of their principles, a man win.
was either so ignorant or who had
o little regard for the truih as to de-
clare before an intelligent audience,.
- , ii-sstu i. .. " .
that the German immigration to this 'cations of America. Ilevishedto in-
country is a million annually, wl.en'vite foreigners of merit and republican
' " , r'niii.li-!! amoii" ns. America was in-
it is known to all that the whole in-! SXd Io .iow. Tor l.r element
ereaso of our population, native born 'an,j pro!lpcrity. That part of America
added to the German and every olh- which bad ei.coura-ed them most had
er foreign immigration together, is
scarcely a rndlion. That Germany it-
telf containd igtry miUioni, when we
know that Austria, Prussia, Holland,
Belgium, and all the little confederated
.tales together, inhabited by the Dutch.
scarcely contain so great a population,
which ii about equal to one third of the
population of all Europe. Tlifit the
Cauls under one 'Jllgolic? (a name
which we never heard of, in Lincoln.
before,) an adopted citizen of Rome,
overthrew uie noman empire, sackeu
Rome, and slew tlie Senate hence we
fchould fear tliese treachirous Germans,
the descender.ts of those same (mil,
when every school boy knows that an-
J . ,
cient Gaul J now inhabited by the
French. That we were in danger of
oulnu(nlereu by the f(rein votCf
ev ma u illflrIliatl0I
tnowm lhat tlie propor,ion vi,uh the
TV " ' " 1 , ' , ' "1
f Auicrtcan l.rt... is no greater than
lhree t0 a bul,drcd. That (.cr.nany
iiaj yet sixty millions ot pcopie to.
spare, who would twn flood our w hole
country, elbow us off of our wide spread
prairies, and in ten years compel us to
fight for our borne ana our liberties, j
when the whole populatmn of Germany
does not exceed sixty miUions .and - :
terror, be-weeu th , .an the Rod,
Mountains, alone, could msta.n a great- ,
"er population than she could upare.
"i" Uutcfi were not tlie
PU "5l rm his v
tonzue. 5Ie-srs. llarnard, Tratte, and
Luther Kennet received
of cold blooded abuse. Trait
,. . .
lmr, dishonest politician.
gr; - dii - g epithets were showered, in
j...;. l.u. Mr IViip
i! 'inioii. uii i in. i i in til. j
.;,..ioll I, .mil was
now fulfilling his cvntra rt by phu-ir.p;
Dutch men in a'! the 1-cit m ui.i. iji.d of
fices in the ci;v. Kut it was really as-;
toi.i-.liii it to hear the bird hearted old
v'.!" f.r the unaurcif..!
blows w hi. li he dealt Mr. Kenntt in his
indi'-aati-. n mec'.i:ii:s '.ill he even bro't
tears"' from Lis eyes. Hut notwi-.h-
stamlii his "penitence," bis -W
ai.d his "pledges," Kti.net is a do-med
inaii i.e can new-r rise air un tor X.'r-
head has passed sentence upon him.
ll..l..-n... ll.w -.- I tiu-ltnA Tr Kl II- ' '
r.et. Ir. Irate ana me nmcii. we nave
nothing further to say. We shall leave
ihem to fwtht their osvn I atll. s: Hut
we snail iiui piss, iini.:i' e, ms f;n.ss
slanders and foul libels upon the char
acters of the patiiots and heroc-i tf the
revolution. isy paroled rxiracis ana
base falrications, tliis Lnvrhwd cruU-av-
, , . Washington. JefTcio:i and ,
jialiiso , wcru nativis's in feelina, and
ci,(ir,-ly opposed to foreigners migrating I
to this country. If the ghosts cf these ! ):d because I.e alone fouuht for a lov e
prc.at and gr.od men could but rise from,,,f Idierty-"' This is a double ealum-
tl.e crave, what a frowt.ir.g rebuke
would they give tolhis defamer ( f their
JcfTerson was the author of the un-
mortal Declaration of Independence.
In that, when summing up our causes
of complaint against the British king,
"jle lias cnueavoreii io j ieveni u.c
population of these States; for that pur
pose obstructing the law s for the natu
ralization of foreigners; refusing to pass
others to encourapc their migration hith-
j er. and raising the conditions of new
1,,.;,,,;, of i,n,ls."
1. .,...,!... ,.,!;,,n, 1!..,I .-.Itnched itsf f
... ,i. ..';.. -.,,,1 crdiiion laws w Licli J
J more than any thing else, contributed
to ttr,..,t Ad.uns, elevate Jef.'crson, and
to -lvc ibe flr:,t great triuii.uh to liberal
I principles. Jefferson's whole history
IU U.IVH uii -a - ' '
ib replete with the most unuoun.i.u nu
crality towards the oppressed of all
governments, of all creeds and religions.
Universal toleration was the great gov
ert, in l' iirincilde in his policy.
In the convention of 1787 Mr. Madi-
"He wished to maintain the charac-
' i .f . ii.niAi.iTV which had been pro-
.. , tie cciiistitntions ami punu
,advance-i mow iu., - i -i -
aKiiciilture ai.d the arts. I here was a
pon,. danger, he admitted, lhat men
w;.h f0rei-n predilections might obtain
appointments, but it was by no means
probable that it would happen in any
Iiatjvo country, our own people would
prefer natives of this country to them,
Experience proved this to be thc ease.
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Instances were rare of a foreigner being
elected by the people within any short
space after his coming among us. If
bribery was to be practiced by foreign
powers, it would not be attempted among
tlie electors, but among the elected, and
among natives having full confidence of j
u;c people, not amorg s.raneers wnui.
would be regarded with a jealous eye
In 1733, alter the peace, Washing
ton sa d:
"Th bosom of America is open
to receive not nnlv the opulent and
respectable stranger, but the oppres-j
n.l persecute or a nnuonsu, ,
rel,c,on.s'. om wo snail welcome to , lhejr JtiCr t0lMmAoim t0 other sec ;
JMrUcipi,tmi ta ,l our rlts and s!,,uJJ be as un-
pnnl - ,! succeful, then their four dd.-ates1
What a broad, expanded, li hera 1 - it alone wiilidt'coin '
.,n,j philanthropic policy is here man-" lUt' 0 1 a "-' VJ 'ILJ j
jft.,u.(i by these illustrious mcti! 1 'K'n-V an w "Ut '"'''t',-"- j
1 jow stlkin,Iv docs it Cunha-l w.tii DETII AND SUICIDE. I
thos narrow, sellish, illl-eral preJju-1 VC are informed bv our exeban-e !
(!i,.,.s :!nJ f,,;,. sttemptcJ to be. I in lni Schulv'er 1
pnIinCll lpml tlnl by U,e Na,ivis,S; a ,MA
of y , WIu,n will designing I , i n fi-l tl bar. put r.n rnd to his
, characters!,.:...' " r... rir,-. !
. aM(1 the j their
I I III' 1 II tT I I I I i i (fLllILI
. . ;
; t . .. i . . .1. ro'-i or to rid'iv nn " n
hie i tl.e an; loci ac
ini'.'hl ex it over tin; u,.i It:- iris
.if- :' of i'iir couutry. i i.- v..V,d
ence which iivihes a certain c.as t
Ani'i c."i cdi'.o s ever ready to siae
i. ..,!; iifi-i-n:-!it a-.'-iifist ti.e
action of our own. The ini'ccnce
by whi.-h eve.y llii'.i-h aiiitoci;:..
no matter how unprincipled, draws
uIoniT in his ti ain
thousands of A-
u. ei i:at. sycophants,
v. l.ich in ixe: fd ov cr
1 :ie !:i!i;..nce
tliat cla'S o!
p' wLm at). every t! .in ir that is
v. i.i e ti.ey turn up tu- u" nos
es at every thin that U A mei jcau, as
s..ii!. ll.ii.J t'oat is ' li'in. Tint i
the inlh'.eii''-? iroin which mi.'.ug-t.-.n
ra'.l Heaven t' deliver us, an I
ic ,' hr r.'ii'''it.
Hut this organ of the Nativists
;:ivs. that it is recorded in the histo- ,
rv of Ameri-a, that Washini:!. n .!.-
b,,n,l ihr,t ,if a the . -tuiL-uis led
foieigneis who fought in the revolt!
ti..n. Lafayette a'-.ne could l-e trust
nV. .' caiuninv upon v. itssmgoni,
:.s well as u'.ou those iiltiitrious fii-
i ,. ::...
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uuiv icu- . . . ,, ... ' l.'l nru o, i an ick i in. . . i..,i I ;, u
imperative . 7 V..' "... , wt....;...e Itayon, Airs. I'linsty, .lr. Ila'.i.aton, ' - .t.r. I , m.v.s-n.ck at
..i-rt cm':Tir. nitrnivsf'i inn sni r..i .i,,i 'I'l.o, -..-nr '.c'lnr t!o ' . . ... . - . n:iri v u i i.:...-- u .......
their full share M'"1 "1' ; case, to excuse mo pi in.c o-.-.i ... r -a........ . .., . .., u. .... e.,ch ir ,lU. at..aeir.er.t,
or, truc'i- ,lt-:lvcr l,s " 1 j this .vrelclicil man. now tonr win . - J mu tancn-'v " n-' :u UiC
i . .... i .. - t nrtrica .. ti - . ! i .M'.T-tiPtv iini p r- . r n-i inn r. u is . i .
... i ...i.- - nv! ni s. .e iliiL I.tit not liom Itic : :t i ilf.rirA f;1P wn.!.l lf.pt ns rR- 71 -' c 3 - j :itne.:.c it ;,v m:irirt. :n uie
. ir-ti n tin ,i : 4 u rn i t a w ;is
lialtieil sine nv sine wuu.ui, ini: a. iioi urn t-n iur., ... .....
the patriots of the revolution l.-r ou
irniependi nee. What other motive
thr.ii n Live of liberty iriirilld a K os-
icsko. a l'ulaski, a Wairen, abates, u.
Lee. a Steuben and a Del.all).' W hat
... ... ....
but a sympathy which they felt in
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f,eedom-sho;y cause mad.: tnem a. -
Iv around the standard of the op.
i.i esse.!! Th-v bre ltbed not a wish,
but for freedom's can -a;, while every with rapidity, toe whole ol lhe lu.r
...t. i...... U.,.... nt tl... i... ses were got out with lilt'o injury.
r'K "I " -" ' ""
I s.oirm- name oi im-ny. .uuic
l.if.t heroes nc ver l! -urished. lira
ver men never marched to a battle
,. .. ..-i .ii i ..r .. W n I -.1.
lows Uunker's Hill, the brightest
I I.. I . I I I , f I ll I ll II I t I I ll . I ill t II itt4
inoniinient ol our lame, wiiile the uo.
dy of a Dekalb reposes in the imsoin
.:. - .1 l...,,l.f..U r.l
ol iviirojua, in. ;'ie.ii. u.iu-ii.... .
, " i , . , ,i f ,l
the revout.on Let mt the fo ,
breath of slander su ly their bright
fame! Let them repose in peace.
Il the spirits of a Warren and a
.. i.n 11 i.: .
fie.:i o couhl again oecaiico nun una
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world now wouni mey oc p.miti. .
see a portion of the .'merican people
eri(!r:ivoring to prohibit their conn-
lheir fr(1lJs nni kindred
. ... .
Iron, the enjoyment ol those very
privileges for wluci they poured out
, t)fcil. fortl,nes, their blood and the ir
Wvffi iSjiame upon tno injraimHH:
Shame upon the exclusive selfishness
of the Nativists! We would speak
more fully of the utter selfishness, the
utter heartles-ness of this exclusive
faction, but f -r our want of room.
At another tune we will say more a
bout the lelns'hii'ss of this self-styled
disinterested party. We will now
simply ?ay to the Nalivisis of St.
Louis that if as Lawlvutd said, they
wished to create an excitement to
operate upon tlie Convention to a-
mcnJ constiution of our State.
if as he aij,they expected by send
ins him amongst us to raise an ex
ntrmiMii, and tliereby cause our del
egates to that body to act in conce: t
with their four delegates, there.
They have sent the wrong man to
t,,e wrong corner o. u;e .laie. Anati.
fi',' , v.! .. whatever. assi,ned '
. a . . n T . t
mem... ..w ,
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Km ' be!.. -re it wi!!cr:se tiiat eternai
r crv ! insai'iii v over tlie ri" ive of the
i - - j
; I'.-lo !.; Mi was dcu! i'i"s ii.!c--!r.ii'
;-!i 1 v.ictelied: his Ii'v b.d ' -
c ii.i- rn r.i. in ' burden to I.!1
In ! :k or.lv showed t t'.e v.
l;,.w the bold heartand th- free f pu
tt n-.a rid i:o;f f it .-nrth'y f. tt- r-.
"IIe:u:e. - cit
n ! e .re.
l'r -in the Siitur.l iv I'ouiier.
i ;- m'cn i: niu:s.
M' n ItOVSK I-'.'KNT.
Since our h'.st pap'.T our city has
been visited by several cutauiit ns
fires, 1 . lieved t ) have been caused
t,v t'.e torch of t ic i'l'-en.liarv.
I'..;'.V ill Sun Ir.y morning fi.mies
ver; .lis '..vcrcil i suin from tiie
lower itorv ' f llio exiens;ve sujar
Kefll.ci V ol Messrs. Koudt I'llUe!,
I.acK ot the .vJ'uait ern.'ii House,
St.cnil ,trf.rt .llllU.p Ar,.,.
which, toother v. i'.li the machinery.
lixturo. mould--, junars, izc.. was
rai ui v l i-miceo .. f. .......
Th- activity of the firemen cm. lire. 1
tl;c Jesti ucii 'ii to the original biiih'-
mo; v her-was experience.', a loss l
about .v3 2.0t'l; more than two-thuds
ol whieh was covered by insurance.
t 'la'PIMI' I'I'i V 1 . k III 1
.v i ii i.i . v. ... ...v. ...... . .
While the above fire wa still ra-
.i . i i. u i ... !,..
....... .....1 ..!.. ; ,1., ,. ;.i-.. in that i nee
.: iT.,. ',r .. Il,-o , I
lieu un uti. nit ...i
Arch and U ace.
; .. i , t, ...,.i;n.r ,ini of ihp most
i.vruciive cntl i-rations we have,
. cxt.-ri.-iiceit 1-r nnt.y ve.os.
U had o, ,gu,a,e I , i a hame sta Me
. atliiclicil l") a lil'lCI on un- vesi sin-
,(). j., sU.t.t( in xv!li,., Mr. John
1 ri.,,.L i...,. n roimher r.l horses, and
noiw iil.standi! g the flames spread
Tl... r,,.. s.,n concmrcalrd !. the
immense l'oi vvaiiim:' house.
1 .t 11,
J. noes tV f..-., es t....,
. .. t s.". ...I P. i'.
; ami ether.-, liiied w uh flour, wbislvey.
cr. in and drv !Zi.'d. The Wind
lowin" str.uu at Ice lime Horn u.e
o.m t.i the nrnm For.
' W:irdint; and I'muniission House oi
M..tis'"r.-.i.r Hellas. .L L'o.W'.icll
i ..i. . .
, hdildiii", with a miantity ol Hour,
bi.,1 . was tU.:
. sr(ivi.t, ,.m,.,?,.(1. The nier-l
j cin saved their papers, and a por-
1 ,;,, f their merchandii'.e. The Lit-
c,w.,.n..,l..il in '..Mtiii..' out all
their cars, some of which were heav
, ()f v t. ,
; - . :isist
......., I I tl I It' T
.; ;(l the i,t; were .severely injured iml h II, t.u-y atlue.l tnemseivcs m
Ji.mong whom were Mr. lter 0.tl.e best costume of tue.r clan am.
! , I. i.il ( ernshei'. .prepaid to ivleuialo tl.e oi.s c-
, bono. ba..U ;.'; m(mI)Cr of (,10 v,,t w ith all becoming respect ,r
(. ),)i);;l .juse comnany, severely 1 their chicltain and the young on.se
: bu;,ej.' ' I ami bride-room.
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; ;.Kv. J. l ux, oi uic ruv n-m-tv
i .... . . . i ti i .
bail his shoulder ami leg I'a.uv nun.
Wm. Fox, anolher of the Police,
received some very severe buiis. s.
1: h k imz. a member ol the elol.e
Engine company, had his rijifti leg
and left thigh fractured, besides sus
mining otherinjuries, which will most
likely prove fatal.
David Brown had the cap of his I was about to be -erded from nP
knee broken in three places, his j forth to him. The venerable Abbfft
shoulder blade broken, and was otli-'of Kinloss, a man who was verging"
erwise hurt. Jon seventy yeais of nc. and whosa
Rumor told of several persons be- j countemnea eminently disioitrserl of
ing crushed to death under the fallen ! his unaffected ;icty, stationed
walls, but this happily proved not ' self" beside the iuteiesting couple, &
the ease. before proceodiii' to :n through th
The Ihtnes estendd to some of i matrimonial ceiemonv, he uttered,
the neiiihbnrinjr dwellings and seri-! with a mingled ni : of mfdness and
ouslv injured them; partly dottiv- ! solemnity, the usir.l behest f jin
ed the contents of a board yard, &.'c. hands.'" Tie '.oven an etched out
The damages are estimate nt from ! their respedb e hands to each oilier;
CO to .$! 00.000. Principally insur Anna's was vbite as I lie unsunned
..led. No detention will be experien-
. . , , , , . ,
a, ori thc , ,,owinK morning ".he v had
ui! opened in new.p. u ters.n the im -
mediate vicinitv. Hundreds of per-
sons n,n w'i,n,,,,in amonr the ruins
whicli cover the best part of a srpjare
in extent, and arc still MiK-kii.;;.
-'Tam.ks akd hors:s bcnt.
About one o'clock on Vdncs.y
i.c stree,C above ,,th; be lore it
co be supr.ressed.propettv belonc -
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T I -tl 1 I II TI- f I.
rioueii iwr.w 'i-.
1 -1 ( . , . . . . 1 ' . c ,
Til I' i' A T ED HI V A I.
-1 Tin tiling Sicnj.
cs aiternoon win seal in v ear!
Tjil all b" t'e ha;.;.e'
live!'' e'lcu' it'-d Ivlu iin l. on ll.e
liiornin? ol the dav on wiiichh- ivji
t lead bis Anna to the hymeneal al-,of
I; was no :c.;i; vel, lltcivh Edmund
exiil:- ! in the near appron-h of the
I ..:r uhirh was to p.tis-'inini:e the
nui.'ials f two of the mo.. I devoted
Livers the vvmld ever wiines-ej,- for,
Ann i w.;s po.-iessed of eveiv tpiali-; 'Liggi'i io :
t v. n-.-n'al and personal, winch could veng- " v
be s ij : .ed t administer to ll e biis he . .. .
ol hiui'ui.o was loit ii.cd to b- her : ' '! '
hushand. Hot. Independently of An- hci t . :
nVs abstract lascinr.tion. there were .v0- ' ';'!
cinunistances which must them- H'.e i.i.:. t."
selves have produced in the breast of men ' ' 1
i-j i ... .......1...,,.. i,: law roM.f.I
i.s;... .... i... i ;, ,,i,.f,ii,.,.i..
" 'I ' - .
I cite.lher fnnd i:i marria-je liuring
her courrship with him: and among
liiese was Mclwyn. a nei Jiboring no
iicman, hi-ii in tlie (s eem of his
t.i . is i i .i. ... .i.
sovereign. LM i.o i.un.i, i:i.mi-h in-
lenor in station t .M.-'.wyn ana encn ,
i his four other rivals, was unhes:-
talinolyan.l decidedly prrf.-ned to
them all. And no less fervent w is
.r .- - - :.! 1.1. I - .... ...r.t.,.1
tie aucc-.ion win. won i.
.nn His entiio existence v
I'OUIU IIP m ners. :hi.i i w.ii.u.
lile ilsplt. wh-n wcijbed in the b.i
lance with her, w ere foun 1 to be in
calculab'v wauli ''
Tiienuptiil mom of lhe youil fil
lovers w as one of lhe most coru-ui-
.'V'1'. , ' .... , " ...
I .. -io ...... i.i I il lis: i-iii i - .
a ' " l '
ok: ui i.i ....
in the month of p:i'. Ti.e sop-if.
oirs of the earth was beautifully cat-
peted with new
rn crass the gar
den, the orchard, lii- hedo-, tlio plan
tation, the fores', ad smileu in thei:
new covet inj. lhe sin pour
r...il.t,l .. it i i.-.ir- ti:oi vvi
l.'l HI '' " . -
i,.-.,l.,t:..l.. lin oil. r l ie I'll'
lhe en' ire cu- ,
"r , '
ation with an exi;-.i sih I v vellow n.-
diance iiinnc.ieraliie choristers ofc.--
V VCIIOW 11.-
eiv species. me i... .
parted, bv the meio.iv ol t n-ir vva: .:
l: l I..1 I ..I io tl.-it hi", 'il
ijic's. additmnal charms lo lhat tr:.ii st
1111.., ll.10llloil.il .11. il. i.i
mom. .amre hei sell, iu hue. .
fll Oil this OCCas'l.Il t h-jubllant 1.
, i r
the approaching r.uptiais o. a p: .i
ivere so v.o.thvof each other.
The vassals of II ison. An: n s
; father, exulted without nieasiiic ai
the circumstance of their chie;t.;i,'
oi.lv dauuhler belli.' ao.'l'.t til he m I-
r , , . ,
ted I. .the youth ol her .io.. e . n.l
, :)s U01V th;l ,.v,.ri,nu, parlin;,,..
1 in the ample lesiivities ot the hamr-
, T1..,. ni...-,;.,.iii nrni'iiii nnil.lt t'.t
i c r. .t. . t ....... iii.l lii., t
; nour oi uvc. nc ur.nni.o ,
I proucl-.ed the hymeneal a liar, acorn
J patiied by her maids ol honor, ami
tlie wives ami uau-m. is in m- .n- ..
respectable of her lathei's vas.
Ldinund was present at the appouM
ed hour. luMiiiatuig in wiiinuo
lireamsof the matchless bli- .h;ch
snow, while I -r lenuiiui counten-
sff,:s.ed with a deep blush,
I indicative of fu r ntodeVx-a Hush
' which, if y ,siUe. m,ra,ted new fa
cinations U, that unnvailed face
i The reverei ! Alot now conimcnc-
: cd the niani i;e li u-il- Wuhuplifl-
j -d hr.nds and a vis irs beaming with
. j''' 1 "l, nrtic
,: fcf" j ife wa
Ibecn spent 'iVnlnfinu II 3 rpecial
' IT :. !, .lror.-
" ! ' th.-l.,.:: tl iet of of tj
,.;.l--,-j.finrc. ;.r,d cazed on
v n SOUo.is in some
: part of
j tllPU! to
: l.t;t ib.-
r- o v I
! . !: -e h '! as would lead
!,,. ,.,-,vrrv of ib-c l"eiiian;
;i ii'.it! v siirnce, that
i . s !. erpiiinir croansof
... .! c v:n!t. The lirid
.: !'-e a' dlin scene; and
i i.di !. j:n was in the act
',. r i p. M'.wvn, attended
c. o! u riiii.'oris. suddenly
: t l'- e p.-rials of lhe hall,
, xri spei'liing the deed
. ?! ! L lithev were intent.
, ib-prole.-: it-n of A una!"
io.:r, i.i 'I'.d be clenched bis
. hi. I an !. He burned to re
. s...f :i hi;: deadlv f'.e, but
, r s i f;- s'erhip feeiinc
f. i I. is bi:de r.s piil
1.: 1:1 '
: wblio "
,by a i.
''heir i: .
. in count n w:f. -Uel-i
r.l ..f tlie jevsence of
, d "1'i-imI -:s. the c'ans
i,Tid"s virtual father-in-i
the ai l of thir chief-
! Mi, .i. d:,,,,! tor, & her bridegroom,
in i . . ... ...... ..I I ttitli fne-
i mo ti . ssiiv ----
I , i
.' - '
..e.l uoiler two great divis
i.cli vd'inu'aid )iepatcd to
! ,t rt of bis blood in the
,v, leeir n s.-'ctive chieftains,
nr.; n v co nmencid with
. - ,
lt::l 5. U I'l'l a t .- -,
a i o! t:o mstriiiiffn s. o
c.ij'-it h ivj been heard far anj
:!! :.' b. no'h overpowered by
h..r. th" ! innieii ol
. ..i ,.,..,..1
s i . 1 nor ii vv -re au..ot si . . ..s.. . ..
! ,.f tl.e h ill. ei'ber already
T . .1. .... . .. . n r.
1 i-.- 1 li .- ' S I li' ..Ol, .'I llioi.i"...-
r.'. , sp. :.-,! ! be so. from th
i.'.i i i cr in i s. v: iiv of ihi':r wounds.
' ; i ! 1 n I E ..--vion tl-lend-d An-
II . 111! . 1 1 II 111., 1 1 111. II LI I U..1 V L I ,
. .11 ... -
', r At ...,,.:,. I his b-adimr vassals
.urr-un.!,.! them, wrenching
:!.e:r d i-.'g-r Irom t;t.nt. an.l con-e-I
, i t'y n-nd -! h-i huther protec
tlr.ri bevoud the co-nniss of human
courage i.n 1 pow-r.
Spare ie l.va imscreaiits-, re
.... i". son and Edmund
ncs-.-u ants, that mor-
uii :.!: n ti: iv Us 'heir portion, ctica
O . . ., -
M.-I'.VVIl, n.el-C "...; niuim. "
" i.:..lf , him
i. in ' -i nisc.ien, as lie seized the
,.-!;!. t-.l An", i lusanns. nnu pr.
e. led w.tli hert the door. A
.. ..I was i h-iv in waiting, which he
T 1 . I ... Ann., I . r.tftt
! l i';.."' il. 1. o...f i U .'tuna n.11
t '-.i h g-.!!";i! il oil uiih hi prize t
hi . own cu-t e, i.n y lour lines dis
; :ut. r. :h. weil by bis vassals.
Ti-' O art net ill sale custody,
i-.uiu' Lt idc" s lid he to Anna, a
otic of I rs servants shut the ponder
ous iron irate which Ironted lib wal-
, , .,
(.)o IP iclunej Ics mansion. M.lwyn
led Ai.in into the most splendid a
ji.u In i lit in it. anil having placed bc
l.'. i- her the most delicious refresh
ni. nts ii.e I'.'iis- could afl'.rd. he pres
sed I c r t partake of it. but she refit
"Is nol ibv foolish ..b-stinai'V vet
overcome, bull '"said l t her, in
h ilhs.,! crmji lone -Win lln r. think
vo i" con. i ced the liailgbtv chief
lain. ;; i c .'uia'.'on :'l.d .-luiHl. Of
I cm- maib- t',L. Ldv ol Melwxu C
t'e, mosl to I e prcferiedl"
Alii::. Wl.S si'fiit. - .
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