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K.tj mniBjjftQa hs. Jbeen. removed .from
Mj ta Wattr Stncitiia the building lately oo-
tenpWby, Jr Richardson, i -'L . rv -' .n
Xl Iff ll..VT. iC,.,,,.-: .! .,!
' j A great numae?, of .-; personal wba , knew ; the
WwjPr34r--Ti professor of the col
lege M' surgaos,
Tetiredfrom business, I succeeded him.and
raft?' favftea,hcard ... iklnh relate!,; i,,. . : .. .
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"Unitsd Wa Stand Divided Wa Fa1l."'!
Tb wre at preset do iittl.
animal, akin 1
'0' ,XJ MttMSi 1VEAFD-
finer orlio fc .sttuckY ".VT" . Jt--Il.
a j i-'rVi
closely f6dna hisr arm,' wr 6sJitVffin trii
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;.TL r . IM IO BlLft luill ha flia: nandlliltva- for... thai
BUUWDBWril UCUIlOllfaU'.RIV flWVMH.Wll
"Do yotf not recollect me?" : ; i From the Western (Mo.) ChroMcle.
'No said the 'doctor.' ' I : ; .: rxaMPif ; f, , .
"Well then I remember vou well. and v'oiur ... ' . ' I
features will never be obliterated ' from ni There is no Breaching in the
memoir for to von I v tnv lif. riwA.. 1 80 forcible as that of ' goofl' eara
nt nnk k J.u4.i.f n. 1 ' . inave sometimes uoubted wuetaer-a man .j;. - " r - . " , .
ing W I went to Holland; 'Writing . aA 'ou8ht "ttq be entirely satisfie.4 wuh the varu,t . .....ri. - ;(,UP,0"i PjtortWV9 UUe;
hanartit hin .A.....t t i for ce of ezamnle in aceomnlishio? moral
w ! vxwuu lain. 1 iiiin t -4a - ' n- -1 at. aa rnnTBiinari v n a r . kxih . hbu nil a a mi wr . . j . . . .
obtained a situation as cletk in a mrchanVa
office. My good conduct and zeal soon eain
ed forme the confidence of niv emnloVer
nuu hid aueciion 01 nis aaugnier. wnen he
One day that he had procured the bodies oil
iwotcnmualsi wfio Had -been bung for the pur
pose of anatoaiy, not being able to find the key
ot ihotesseetingToom at the moment the two sub
jects wars brought, fas Ordered them to be placed
in an apartment contiguous to his bed-room.
Daring the evening Dr. B- wrote and
read as usual, before retiring forest. The.clock
bad jutt struck one, and, all (he family slept
. softadly , when all at puce a dull sound proceeded
' from the'teom oontainins; the bodies. -' , e
T Thibkingrlhat perhaps the cat Was shut up
there by mistake, he went to see what could be
tne caiiar tna nnexpected none. . What wa
his'astoniihment, or rather hi horror, en diicov
ering that the sack' which contaiDadTlhe bodies
wa torn asunder, and going nearer he frund that
One xf the bodies was missing 1 ' .
" Tim, doory and window' bad been fattened
With ta greyest cars, and it-appeared impossi
ble that body could hire been stolen.' The good
doctOrlfelt rather nervouvon remarking this, and
was bpt" without an"u,nefsj sensation that he
1egatl Jo look around, when, -to his horror and
kmazsmenl he perceived the misting body sit-
iuir opngni in ie corner.
"Poorj Dr. B -, at thi unexpected appari-
, oscame iransnxea wit 11 terror, wlucn was
increased by observing the dead and s uriken eyes
of the ebrpie fixed upon him; w hile evey way
ne moved, inose oreadlul eyes still followed him.
The worthy doctor, more dead than alive, now
began tohp at a quick retreat, without lo.inc
hie son-in-law;' but without you,
rtt ' tiwL ittrtttkimt r-a '.1 ' - -
w .iiuviii luui seller-
nouid not nave lived to
r hnnufadff MtllA.tnnirA. mtt ph if ft
nrs grasp, .would strike Its. poisonoujne
Idt'o hfttr,1 ahdestihXi cerVain tfeathT
lerriiiwi iririmsn' was rmmadiaieiy relets
force, of imPIe in .ccpwlishipg moral UHX 1
reibrm&..LooJtt its effects in a It tb rani- ni. :.t II i w," ji.:. ..a 'qqpepT leerwoir it :Qm1,inetnaaq WW
ifications of society, how smoothly and qoi
etly its machinery works. There ft ho jar
ring, no discord.' The "upright. !i(merable
citizen walks" througout the .rorttntfriitV,
pursoing his duties without ostentki&rf or
paradesatisfied fokeej) an eye on his own
conduct, without reproaciiing his neighior,
enjoy so m'nch happiness Generous man' oc without pharisaically thaukrne his Cod
consider my bonsehy fortune, and myself. Il"at he ' no other . men are and he
aswhollv vnrnra v ' -.
as wholly yours,
' i no Kinn doctor was. affected even to
tears; and both these happy beings partici
pated in the most delightful expression of(
ineir ieenngs, wnich were soon shared by
the merchant's interesting family who came
to join them. Blackwood's Magazine.
rents due for 1850, amounts to 3 2671.
JDelmquent common rents for the years be
fore 1850, amounts to f 2,476 06. .
"These amounts together makr the acr-
extended in' search of the door," which he aggregate amount due the city f 6,643, 14.
icupiii ninea: mere IS no eCane. the snectre a-X.bbb IS the amount nf annual ,!.
nan risen ana follows mm, wboie hvid features, from
1 1 iiiiias w enu'itum aim stnmcss w
sight iCtUS obiect of his terror, retreatinor sten
1y step, ime haj.d holding the candle, the other
St. ' Charlzs,; Missouri. It gives us
pleasure to lay before our readers the fol
lowing ."statement from the St. Charles
of the oldest' in the State, and tho countv
has a population equal in enterprize, indus
try and intelligence to any ojjier;
"The city of St. Charles so far from be
ing poor in a pecuniary point of view.is one
of the wealthiest corporations in the west
ern country. . The special taxes due the
city for the year 1851, amounts to $1,633
53 1-2. The delinquent special taxes due
lor IBiXJ, amounts to $211 50,
aoes more m giving correct Uuo to 'socie
ty, than all the noisy declaimers, who lkk
society, with. all its mejneriustoms, fnd
."JW'S WJ, IW "epecW keeping 4i
chide, an3 reproach,and tnreaten.the failts
of others. The pious Christian, who p r
mits not the right hand to know what i te
leTt hand doeth whose intercourse wth
his God and his fellow men, is regulated iv'
noiy acriptures ud whose rule
ctareVtliaY he wllTheVer he-" coD.t 'icu7nir'
again-sspeeiarffoii5 dr Istd. eTfi'e'f
tureilsnskktvas of lare yise t avui it-
rAnrllirf !fl ffi An n.ln .! Iwk. - I - t ,1 . . ' i :. .. J.. .
Wh4gnbniinee'u-by oiirers.thet he baa
tie of power will fall on Housbnl and Sestt.
Uobglass. thelUUeUni."aa4esi. bene,
il.- il.V a.r sx it J t?!l
more and CrilteihiMil hrrilmr--$ort?mnimf
arm advocctes. ,..., ;
And what is somewhat remarkable among
oilier strange thine, that old EuIIi.in, '. t. e.
Thos H. Benton the creatBefunct, is looked
to by some of the northern -people as an a
vailable man and fit to be the great "I am"
bo has long and laborious aspired to. u
Now. if there is one tingleDemocratf re
do not mean an Abolitionist profcsslngUeo-
ocracy) south of Masons and Dixon's Jina
who would, or who , under any circum
stances, could be induced or forced to vote
for Benton, his devotion tomeri must,atesi(
have them do unto him will dn mn U.
That flourishing town is oneithe influence of his example.' to wi n nun
from the paths of vice, than all the puliit
declamation of the day. He is a burnug
., .i .i.:: i: k. ii . i , . i"
ouu uiiiii; gui iu iuuii arounu uim, man
cannot associate with him, cannot even ob
serve his godly walk,, without being inaJe
better by it. We do not mean io impeach
ihusc wnusu province u is 10 oispense iron
the sacred desk the words of eternal life.
Theirs is a holy calling; and they who fill
it worthily should be honored of en. But
We do SaV that lha pp! nf trim niHr
"The common rents due the city for 1851, more freouentlv and nennane-atl n-n !
amounts to $992 29. Delinquent coinmonjthe unobtrusive, unpretending. Christian,
&Tught fUieflipire To depiivethe 'poor
uoaor at me uiue courage ne has leu; Ms strength
rails, the Canute rail from bis hand, and the ler
rible aGenB end in darkness.
The gooJdoctor has, however, gained hi room
and throwii kiktsalf upon his bel; but the fearful
spectre hasstin followed him it has caught him
and seizeiliold of his feet with both bands. ' At
this climax of terror, the doctor loudly ciclaim-ed-'
- ! . . ' ;- -i
Whosoever yon are leave mrP'
' Atlhii, he pert re let go its hold, and moan
ed reeoiy these words - . s
.Rty good hangman ! hare pity on me!'
' The good doctor now ducovered the mystery,
and regained aw iiu.it and little his oomposure
He explained to the criminal; . who had so nar
rowly escaped beath, who hi was, and prepared
to ciul ' npsomeof bis family. ' J
Db you then wish to destroy me?w exclaim-:
vu uiv cruDuny. 4.1 1 am uncover eu, my aaven
ture will bjscome' public and I shall be brought
to the s'caftotd (he second thne. in (he name of
humanity sav toe frpm death!" i '"; j
-r The, good docfor than rose and procured a
liglit; he; muffled his unexpected visitor in an old
dressing gown; and having made him take some
restoring cordial, testified a desire to know ; what
crnne nad brought un to thancaffold
: He was a dejerte'r. '
The' ' goad, dockor-.' did not' well ' know ,what
eans,to employ to save the poof, creature. ' He
CoulJiot keen bim in hisl house,' and re turn him
The only way, then,' was to' get him 'into the
coentryisp having made hhn dress himself in
some old.clotbes which (he kind doctor, selected
a,BrVardrob.he left town!yicoomJn-
isavy ma vrvuru woom ne rebresented.as an
I yet&sfr tea difficult tease Upon which .he had
&beea eaHed in. . wf - J
. s ' jmsj iney nad got into the open country,!
rae wraccnea creatore threw himself at the
Taeteftw Weniractor ind liberator.towhom
VWmi' etViiiilrtjtnde;and the gen
4'dctrhtilieT.hit'want by a
fntlHarwjiet,th gratefol' creature
vnwmi wrtn mainr.prsysrs Toi-bia happl
"AheW twelve yeart after thircenrancey1
ar. s - ' inw iOHiKH to visit Atnster
tdata,' ' Hsmans) sine da A ki.
. iW eedste4 by st well dressed man I
De;wio liffleen pointed out to him sj
one of the most opulent merchants of the
who practices religion for its innate good
ness, than those who preach it from the
desk, and especially, those who chide and
cold, rather than warn and eutreat.
Bur? bow few are there willing to prac
tice virtue for it, own reward who do not
lHJ?JL '"WW.. 'CeMe. Add Jhoiulc4othaiW 4UdU-tW7 oven good
imAiinf ..FTTn.. .. .1. ?TT till T ... . . . -
, j ' , w i"wwij wHi (uey penorm ana upon ineirown claims
fixed this year, and the annual revenue of: constitute themselves the guardians of their
theity amounts to 3,070 82. Out cf thisjneighbor's conduct-make themselves the
.u.out,Mi wiy is oouua to pay aoont 73U standard, and arrogate the right to censure
inieresi upon two lunded debts, which have and reprove. A sacred writer tells us that
seven years yet to run., Add to this the or- "true charity vaunteth pot itself, and is not
i u,c"y 'ayors puad up." If men could b contented to
salary $50, six Couucilmen $36 each per oo right-to regulate their' actions by the
ZVkT. '. JZ. . ' "-w1 9 ary aooiii square oi virtue and illustrate by their dak
$100, about $212 to the Marshal and Ex- ly walk, the beauties of an upright life, how
"""fco'lector, and you find thM the annu- much more forcible would be their teach
al liabilities of the city amounts to j1.307. inoa. Rut a ...j ..
j e ' t" - ..h.....u iihiuii, . i'iuuu iuu vault
r..int; a uuan.I OI 11)0 annual revenue Ol Ann num mnct fnllnw in l,o:..,..l .1..:.
i,ooo o, ana a naience including the de- happiness is marred. We see it all through
ffi' "f Xll fno n50 "d th ye"' Ufre i90.?- Pnm man prides himself upon his
. mignity anu rehnement: but from the lofty
. eminence on which bis vanity places him,
Contemporaries. Curren's' he is too apt to look down with sneering
were rare fellows at alpity and contempt, unon the vulvar herd a.
... . ,
mund nun,. Me
What claim has the "miehty fallen" tn-
on the gratitude, aPsetioh or support of Hhe
true Democracy of this conntryr , vya ;do
not decry his political wisdom or his abilty
as a statesman, but we -do despurOi the ase
he had made of his power s-r-we do abhor his
political trickery of faithlessness', bis. pan
deringtothe wishes of . northern fanatics
and his disgractful manoevering for the
When fout-fifchs of the people 'of theUhi-
ted Mates were to favor ofth annexation)
ot 1 exas, cenkm opposed it.' ,t ' '-jW-n
Y iren it was notoriously known tbwt: an
overwhelming nkinrity of the people .were
for vindicating oy full claim to, Oregon, ka
opposed.it., .. A . , A,' - ;
In reference to e tariff he opposed he
avMtom nf ad valnrL, Af,0. ' ' - '!
He' seems to havdlost sight of the' Con
stitution and contend thatCofcgrtss has tb
power iq esiaoiuu or exclude slavery u:Ut
speech, a duel, or a, bottle. Curran him
self fought seversl duels; and one of his ri
valsthe brutal Toler actually fought his
way to the chief seat on the bench of the
Court" of Common Pleas in Ireland, to a
j peerage, and to an enormous fortune. He
was the bully of the government; and he was
rewarded for bis ready pistol in this man
ner. A curse, however would seem to hang
ever bis descendants. . His eldest son (the
late Lord Nor bury) was shot at the door of
his own bouse; and m member of. his family
was cruelly and unjustly pointed at by Mr.
O'Conaeli in Connexion with this. .crime.
It was clearly proved, however, that he
was irr England at (be time; the fact trans
piring in a inai ior me -maintenance ot an
illegitimate child, in which be was sued by
female servant Lord Pliunkeit was like
wise a contemporary of Curran, and much
distinguished as a .rising' barrister. The
lapse of ages however, will never be able
to fffsce from the publio mind jthe Idea that
PJunnkett volunfeered to crosflcute Robert
feasant,: albeit mend of the-.-prisoners
family; and though this celebrated man has
denied the tact of 'volunteering' upon his
ubvii, ui ue namita inai ne.maae sucn an
i iTTbb mere&ut asked, hira politely if be
rDft S--.f UMoBr insl on his
. ngJiinry tie affirroeiiv expressed
W'te ainofil"ikiS houssi which T intf
ba wirtty "doctor accented. .l On
' tfc maita'nfs bonse, he was shown into
Pfnment, 'where a most lovely
'asjid"Wr6 chiming children welcom
iiim Upmost frfondy manner which
reception surprised farm the more coming
-fMa ' ' ' k. I. - J t . o
ymvum um uau never oeioro wcs; -.
Aitefaiope Kthe merchaotving taken
bun into his countin house,seued his hand,
P"4 .th friepdly warmth,
wdtohim ' - -
fh?niiH ? circnn,U&c" f Wilt hou be counted wise, and Bairi the
the times required In other words, ai ad- ... . . . - 1 .... . .,bl
dcattKto.'obtaio'tbe joothfel-enUMitiastg -Jt0 r.n,.?i - j'Z'.C
conviction. And be was successful. ..The
main . fsets, however,, viz:, that ha was a
friend of Emmet's family, and that his was
the tongas wjiicb demanded the forfeit of
Lmmet's life, baye never yet been Question
ed tlsey are unquestionable. , Another im
portantact is eauallv unauestionable
nameij, that Emmet only carried' Cut into
action or riunxeu himself, when in the de
bates on the 'Union that took place three
years before, that great orator said, "I will
resist it tojhe Jast gasp.pfmy existence,
and, with the v last drop of my blood; and
when 1 feel the hour or my dissolution ap
proaching, I Will, like the father of Hanni
bal.take my children to the altar and s wear
tmm ta eternal fiosuuty against, the. lava'
dert of their coBotrj'i freadoiaV' ; .,
constitutes, himself the
Censor Murum of his neighbor's conduct.
and contracts his brow, and chides a want
of what he is pleased to term "refinement."
ins not enough mat uenas reached immac
ulate perfection in "dignity and refinement'1
of character himself, but his neighbor must
come up to it likewise, or must be made to
feel the lash of his reproof. There is a cood
deal of mock-dignity and mock-refinement
in tins world of ours, and its possessors, not
unfrequently mistake it for. the genuine ar
ticle. And it is most usually this class that
undertake the work of lecturing others.
The fruits of example are of,, too slow a
growth to suit them.; But they may live to
learn that all great moral and socialxe&HW
are .accomplished through. the . quiet, and
oeautuui workings of living example. Hu
man nature is stubborn if you attempk to
force it,but gentle when you persuad,wil
lirtg whoa yeU convjnce ; It is. sometimes
the case with ,tbe newspaper. Press .that
they forget their own dignity in lecturing
others for the want of it it is often (lie Case
with men in . private life-
deal of sound sense and beauty in the words
or. 1 upper, on this point:
He had very' little conscience fa appropri
ating the money, of tbtgenaralgoVeriimenii
anu in a speecn, ior certain reasons, vindi
cated the proscription of ihj Taylor aduun
istration. ' " , i ''tp'" , ' "".' ,
The truth is Bentonso iaaetibly bhstinate
in will, so impudently tenacious in Ini opin
ions, and so utterly impehHent withal, (Uat
one could not make a more fitting prophecy
of his administration than lhatt it,, would he
so proscriptive, so tyrannical, and ,its pow
er so confined to a, family "Circle that it
would be incompatible with repubHcairism,
if it would not be" the. .'commencement' of
causes which would ultimately destroy the
harmony ot our government and effect' the
dissolution of the (Tnion, Whether or not
he would, if he were elected President.car
ry out the approved Democratic Construc
tion of the Federsl Coostriictiorier expoun
ded bj those whom the Democrsti party
has been used to recognize as, its, political
sages, is entirely problematical it not. ser
iously doubtful. ': ; , ' - ;11
The man whohasiteratedf asBentorihas)
the fact that .the Democratic party are' the
sole veins that loan prosperity 'and happi
ness, if not vitality, to our Union, and ,thn
sell his support and advocacy of those prin
ciples When they most need; the assistance'
of. the great mind, and barter the. fruits of)
tbeir triumph to fanaticism, and for fanatic s
reward is as fit for "stratagems ead spoils.'
as the soul that Cannot be moved with con-j
eord.of sweet sounds. Cos'ro Sun.
.,( 5 litis ?V.-i!j i. l J. I .(!; iit.i
Moruonism. Orsoji Hidj, in the Fron
tier, Guardian published at anes'rille Jo-
wa, says mat lie baq a flreaa. wtucft -oe
s-iii.c'S'i n a nu:i , tn ;ic.f
V A manuscript book was presented to as.
about the size of common' letter paper. ' It
cantained aboct three ouir'eir. It was legi
bly writtenV aBJ purported to ke a- trmrU
tion Iran, that portic ,-of the ! se aled plates
foundry JosfpJi Smilh, wliicb,lie v ,Jbr-
in the vision ofthe night.. It contained no-
thing very exceptionahj'e?iITay,-i!jCh'Jpf it
wns excellent teacliiitg.-n but 7 it 2 al ' aUo
shown n tltat. it Wastta ctmriing'tirist'f Sa- -
tau's Ministers to cosia;Sats"taJl go
Hie roi Jfdt" pr ,triia Pneshocjlf f,
Holy one.' We spokooiCit to sevexafcf our
friends and told them that we flt cemfi Jent
such a "deception Would sdont be-' attempted
frbnl some Quarter; and On Tuetday, ' Jute
tbed,wrileliveredquit sv, lecture iour
Sanctum' ii,,.. relaUon,,. it .ard apoa
.warmiv, bhu wiu some empnasis. , jn iioju
this' listeners that if sb'cha thing (.id hot soon
make its eppearane'ei tliey"' might' sat' that
no corifidenca could iwitb safety; ta placed
in pur impresJipos.', ,At 'about Biae:Cfcl4ck
r. .M., of (be same day, ouc.Mail natter was
oroucu inio ine omce, wnen iao ana, pc
hold; a proclamation frn'in Gfaddeq Bbop,
of Kirtlan'd, Ohio,1 was laid upon our' table.
naotmetag that fee jiad ebtaiaed 'tho 'aid
record aftdsa'ay mora alsou ' Hiajaela-
Heed in tlie.&laniiSriiit JJookUiatjre saw
and read in our slfVn '"'
F' 'Now, 1irreupon,: OESoN'prncMds'to'aties-
:.: .i.LU!i. .r .t 1.4'. , . ...
hob mm ouwority oi cisnorrs new1 venera-
lion. ' We; should like Xn bo cestaia that his
dream precededJihe majL, ;,. j,,
'y'.vuU if? . ! , i 11! ::;iiiLi lr
iDs Jahjisooi compared plaint iff. iad
defendeht in an action ef lsw,t twf aaen
ducking their heads in a bucket, and dar
ing each other to. remain longest uqder wa
ter. . .
Quickest TVm ere r Made: TheFashion
made her last trip from St. Lbnfs to Louis
yill in forty-two, hours; InoWding Several
unusual detentions for woodingrj Slif l left
St. Louis on Thasday. evening last. Mist
Davenport, who came round on har.is at the
Burnet House. (Cincinnati Nonparsik
o'-?. isij o r
TbeDelta states roaTfonndAiona bT tha
jnew building 4rd i slnisydaadi'that vifik
progresses; r,apidly,. : j' hq'jbji ftrMCtn ia
much larger than, the old'one! xiad will-be
superior in its fi&ish' and accc modatonst
with at least ene bundled iddiwonal robins.
When finished, says the Delta.'lt Wllf beW
far. the most splendid hotel' In the World. - .
Assd&iino a Virtue. The. man without-
the f requisite qualification? was yesterday
. Rivival. EldriD. P. Henderson and
John Jameson, held a protracted meeting in
fllarsball 0104 commencing on the &rst;dsy
of June.and terminating oa the 9th,at which
forty-six persona were) added to the Church
among the number was: Nathaniel Walk
er, "now aboot seventy-fire' years 'of ge-j
the rirrt white man that ever sat a foot in
There is a greatSaline Or Lafayette connfres:",' Up' to this
time, mere is no piace o( puouo worsnip 10
Marshall, bo during the meeting,' the shin
of about $ 1,00.0. ws raised, for tha..pupose
or puildmg a meeting house. . ,.,iV ,,. v ;
Let UQobtruded orror escape the frdSrn of
;cv censure, :,,, ? ,;, ... ,., . ,., .
Nr lift the glass of truth alway before thy
" fellows. '-J- - ! :.ui
" 23"Ice 'produced by steam and steam
converted info show, is pert of th scle'ri-
tific entertainment provided for tiiejriaitqrs
or tha London exhibition; and sttrelftbe ca
pabilities of tho apparatus are aaonjt its
'.I....- ; ' - i,iaft.' '':!:.-
23"A person being asked Ivalit a ghos'tJ
aaia q mm wuicu na naa pretenaea 10 njve
seen, replied "how should 't know what lie
said? . I am not skilled lUiany of thigSsad
-. AovxRTisiMa. The following is a good
illustration of the lpenny-wise, pound-fool
ih policy, which many worthy persons a-
dop: A man in Say brook, Canada, reeent-j
ly had a urm for sale, and was advised to
advertise it lie said he "ctiuldh't affbrd it'
-'the farm was sold for 4l,5QO-the nurch
aser boMghJ.."en, spacu)ation'jaid. $2 for
ad vertuiflj and suortly afterwards soJd.he
same farm for two thousand dallara!'' Coin
inent is unnecessary. '
1 'UrllTrltijrpDown.i-Tred lwasgo
ingto marry' af bor girU XD6tit 'do it,
said his friead, yoa can marry say aae'yU
liko,i Tsiemyadvioemirryricb.j DoVt
make a fool of yourt elf, : It wU Jba tp-hHl
work :Good,' aifl tha other H Jd
ratfjer f o up hill than dowp 4h,iU anjjtjma,
23" An IrJslimah aras 'o'nce' arrested for
stealing sheep, and 'when questioned as to
his guilt, deniedthe charge. Upon being
told that a'mstr ooald be fohn" wke wiuld
sweat heifaw him do it, Patrep4ieds ABd
fa,ith,aad. can, find teniy-asea: that ,wHl
wea tli y iidn'l f ea me do Wv.' n!
JfThia "wicked boi wittv u'n'ihk
the French oMi Men: rx '
' That Wwhodaid ot sea 'en ssieL -n In
' ifi'MuL'bidej hocfco4 hk ddors:i ri
i . i a a a a . a Or
lIlia eccentric Hrftii
to his fervent: "Go and tefl alr,ifsaa
that Dr. Byles hasnot aTr-teri? t him..lf
v - w . tm . i Imi ,. a a . . . - ,
'"'teVa thi prominent benavole'nt cb U TJZSZSiPMJ&iS
jeciffor the2ay?for the relief of thtf downl'000 fB&W4
trodtjen tamate, race, we preceive the call: j ,u .r VC . . r,'w
in tha-New York pipett.for tlis formalioo?' wetpABiiiB
nf . i W M (hKainfcnktatlnKnr th. .A-.i-""'' "u P a COW'S Wh IBMS BtS t
dition of women withranos. : ftc!,4P M.htet to hw Cfltt Vs
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