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E. CAMERON & L. J. RITCHEY.
Vol: iv '
Here shall the Press the People' right maintain.
Vnaw'd by influence, unbribed ly gain.
KIM 10 US AND PROPRIETORS.
avj&r.the ttvitg .N'fwre,
(E.tTalXCa' fSOM THE Public Sq't'illC.)
I I . -
"' "' ' TERMS:
i ,Th1S4tyr4n)',Moniinir Visitor is pub
, liahed . veekat Two Ijollahs per
aapum, paj, VVo jw advance.
. sAprrMtf it will he Inserted at $l
par annate (of i'ieWefMttiir to) fhTthe
first insertion, and filly cents for earn ron-
tinuance. . For one sipi a re 3 months, $5
do for-iix months, do for 1 d mouth,
"T"Advertisement not marked with the
hiiittbei1' of 'tmci'tion rcitiii'ti. will he j hopes and aspirations departed like the
fontiimed until. ((dcrcd out, mid charged j lleicy clouds of morning belore the rising
accordingly.' Mln 1 fltw in his side. 1 entreated, re-
'A liberal dcdurlion will bo maile to those ; nionstraleil end conjured him by all the
w-hodrcMlse by the year. J" Adverti- ; ,il!S ,,u, b,i,r,d lis to each other, and fti..
".r.r:::''' bc conl,nc'1 s,r,ct,'iy M,vr,i
"Ctididite announced forf.3 OK.
ltFroir .tft.Afakiiif Jl'j lti Courier.
TIS NOT TOO LITE,
VY O M AN ' IN (; LV EXC E.
:i mq&jl tju:.
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ICftBt I N I S , Iv .
' hut two! one brn.-rt a' d r-rojv!-
ri-i-the hlhef rtarroiV 'ami b sf rie i t ah
rad (hrirjih ;',utio v iriue an.H.ap
J'ins ,lb- oilivr of , lee, ai.il lea ,'e'!i nit
t, (ih.iiue ui vvim.j, I l.avf u ait lb. t
f l bi in the btnari i.,;:!r.v..y nl n-e,
an I he w ho RH.irdcta the irtuc;i, ami
finisiereih the finoi!, Isrviweili oi !v how
tet!y I have drililli ,il t!.e I ; t ; t f ail; of in
hjiuty, and jiow 'intolerable p.mj
i ri"iimr: which t!t.t y. t ! e.it mi',
H I, m ill dim. Come i n it :. y in tiie
icie jif Icin jilrtlbci, 1 11 !)' o;;.:o more a
VlllllO'lS mill Vl'.t Hrf,.'J f.-llr.''
The" won.'s, ii, li -e lyitebm ev
ery feelinp of a tur'iu e.l soul s-cini d em
ployed, lell llirillitilv upon my ;:r, !
traversed (Jheiinit sire, I. nw Mmini i ri i
t'.iiit;, U my way t-i tioiirdi. hs ni'ii1,
though ti't-ionloiis ni:!i eii zi'ii. h'.i.'I v!i ii -tTld
liy diip illo i, CO ii I li ti'e;-tl-ken.
I chuiiied, as l a .'idl, t ill.n
(i wher ry looislej's i rr -'o ! t -
t'i firs KcnU,-Ya.li.i ib" -.'-
lihquy kl'int. 1-rt.nuiiiii'ii! v. ;;t. mi iv.ii.'i
in T: v. .
Jlcloie me, leaning sti.-dnst l! li:.te! ol
tlx: duor, ill w hidi he i. o.i, n i.!i ; i. i s.
i liire Iwalitiinl, I i:t n,. . mh, tn,i I...
iniiiio irimt itiehn.t'i- u, i r i . .i i ai c - i!
Iiea'vi'lis; over whd ii ihc mibi i- s . I a
J .ilie , intiori had el a i n. I ;:;'n.ry
Jlo'.v, Has my i'ly 't Ju-f':; ; ; i . I . ' . 1 cm.i.i
llilrpck. Nor t any ili-ci t: lii ii urn-.
'iaie In ciiNcy a jnt e-iuii.o- el my
lelni(;s. i Poor K. llio ! uVi !v inoY .1 h.nl
he drunk il the well of inxj .ny, nml iv
id weife the 'furroiva hy earn .m I sorrow
mule liporf his brow!, Ve.ns li.id pascl
ince la-jl vye met, Durii y 'he eariy part
ol his abandoned career, ho l'.l''iic. vvilll
tearl'ul fjyvaT, and a biis.un turbulent with
cihiitioin, to my alleclionale re.iionianci.s,
but, by and by ,preiv restiv e under friend-
ly rehUke, ami finally avoi led my nciety
lliijet'ier! ' I had lung k.hib given him
up aij a lot, a ruined tnanj and had been
ibr pine time expecting '.b he calUd to see
Hie last,, sd end o' Ins xed parents
their gray :hair hruuglit m sorrow to tin jjlmv t,l b.. nncss ii-urped the reigK ol
grave. Hut God had olherw i-c ord i'ne.1. care upon his brow.
R illiii (iry wm yo ung m in of brill- : Alter the service we concluded, I walk
iatit. intellect and high literary and ccieti- ed lo where he was i!andmg, impatiently
title attainment. '. His family was li r, e- wailing ir ie. lie put his arm through
ry hr from, reproach. In ar1y life mine, and s'mply nay ing "Come," we mo
iid.beeri bosom friends and he bcinjr the veil on. He led and I lollowed. Our
oldest anil more advanced in our studies, steps were hasty, and soon his lather's
it wat my greatest -happiness lo he led by hoiie appeared lo view. I'pou seeing
biro in our intellecluul exercises and a- once more the tcene.4 of his imween1 boy
inisetneit ) and, when ho returned home howl, he burst into tears, ami wo almost
from Hsrvard, Vvorthily honored with the ran toward the house. Arriving at the
tiltfi( Doctor in Medicine, and I saw hi ' door, contrary to his solicitations, we part
nelety euurted by the first men of letters I ed believinj' il hot lo leave ill happy
ii our place, I iniyardly rejoiced, and un-1 parents and redeemed son to IhemfeUes
tlclpaled h day when my friend'a name 'and promised lo ts him at his office next
would bdblazonej highest on the pillar of! morning. Mine was a sweet and Iran
fame. Hi professional career was truly cuil sleep th..t nihl, and poor Itollin, if
meteoric, tn prilliancy ami durutinu.
"ended re e.11 begun. His wa an ain
billoti nature, uJ could not support il
elf umier disappointment in the sin a I lest
degree. ' At 1r upgesliou of his friends,
' ffl t IT' -'
iaad ai to6 Ut an hour lor lum to m Him
self Justice in ti essay, lie entered the a-
rend declared ,biniell' a candidate for
vacant -chair, lu one of our liter-
ry eollegi-a, ,-1 hi much against my
dvice and rarnest entreaties. None knew
bin s I did, and M perlain J I felt tssu
red of hi (!efet,- surely did I , know
thai this, his first fuilure in mental fll'orl.
weubl preVe hi ruin.' His competitor
had been Intlie fteld rhatty months',' ami
hJ said man frjen'd among the trustees
o( tba institutioDi,'. wasbuUwenly days
beuire Iheu re!pactv eay were to be
submitted to the eooris.ioner or judges.
ppbinled by the trustees ; hut he enierei
upon th rllscKare of Ihe task allotted him.
Itli.inyiciblj letj;rmination and energy)
,(ivi''il Hi" i''l" ' :' i ' - ' 'I
studied and wrote clay rnd night, until his
eye lost its lustre, and his cheek became
wan and pale. Jvtomuri ever made u more
lucid and eloqnent exposition nl" l is posi
tion and doctrine than did he: hut alas!
for mankind their prejudice ever hold
in abeyance that uii ince uttribulii of na
ture reason. . '
'J'he election oeme, and v ith it poor Ilol
I in's last moment of happiness. One id'
hi opponent, whom no one recognized as
his equal, was chosen by a large majority
of voles. 1 lis ambitious rpiril wan crush
ed within him, and his long cherished
I which he much respected, but in vain.
I he sparlling, brimming bow I w as in Ii;s
, (.Tii-p ii iio'iicsm in his ev c- his mollo,
"I'i nlal hen mleliei Itial pleastiie is de-
' nird." ' Jiut lo H'tnru to the j
, door, liis soliKiijiiy iiuisheit, aiai his lie- :
j I fitrii nut K! Ukin, a mihIc, si.ch as 1 ..,!
i l ml seen l r )'eav, liMfil ii.ln- ptleani
'cire-wn'Ti clitt'k. llisces weiennli-
jiirawn from the Hca elis, and l is glance, '
!ioW r.x ial.t ui.ii hope alul the. happiness
I of oilier days, f'.l I full upon me. 1 was I
st:imlnie, l!l the flare ol th.e lamp upon his J
table, mrr which were soaliered in con- i
Iumoii Imo!,'s mid vials and instriinu'iit.s,
luit rtisly from neglect. It v. up but a
l.nce, iiiid wilh a uildciy of pleasure
he threw' himself upon my breaM. 'I liis
wts n i'loiiit hi of exlaiio iia;ipii.ess with
holli ol us. Neither could find utterance.
(ur 1. carts were full, ton lull !ir sj et'th,!
an I on'y their w ihj throbbing anil t-nr J
bri'iitl-Itip, tendcreil audible from emotion,
nis'urhed lb" riietK e of the u cm', 'lie
first oiithreak of lucling oier, he lurnea
hi- s ! to mine in entjnii v, ami t-imply ar- j
ticuia'C'!, ,eie " Mb iiiiild s.iv no j
more. 1 cssuyad lo sjie.iii, but Hi V voice !
cn.i'li f lied me. and, lal Jni; lay I rui, '
i inted In the s-l.ereh. hut itn's M'cn i'i
li e ilitijnce.
o-e t !, r ami uiinrna
bell iva-, 'i -i ii : U- IumpI,
uu.inol.:iiii in v
h tie t'.i cl, lo ..i !.:.
" Ice," h,.i. bt ; ar..l oi.'v stutii (..
r.Mch his I ..t in in li t- l.il.ic i nil i u--il-1
liie ! .li li, We 1 T'..ct t'itt ! at a lainl
I cc lowar.l ine ( liillch. It w as la'e hi II
wrarriw!, em' we w allied Mr,.l'jhl np
lie mnioie aislo tmvnrls the pulpu, near'
which lloil.a lock a scat, and w heie I;
coiib! distinctly si e ihe expri s-iwii cf I i ,
i.e:i,li'iis.iice liiirii the w hole of tin. s i- ;
inoii. Tiij b.ait uas still (nil, ale! n.j :
li c'i: n-, iS 1 piocee.li d i i:ii my oiei htm , !
i Co hariilv tu be oi i.tro.lc! : ly a s rom ,
i !; ri, ! .'. i cr. 1 niiceeiicd in c.ilinil-u' '
Inj -self ntiic icn'.H- fi r lh? i ccasioli. "V p-.
on tii.-'i-tij; ,.i cr t!: llil le, to pet the 1: inn j
book l'r mi beiientii it, the lids, being hioso
!roai a-e, tell open, and there lefurv my J
eye- were n '-or.'ed thr heoiiii'iil languegc
of ti e prmiig .i son 1 I v. ill go lo my i'.- j
tin r's house." It seemed all act of Pro- ;
v.h!ei:ce, mid my prcdilci lions were ijn-
mediately txeiicil in f,ior of it, al hout,h
I b.cl prepared a senium unli much oare !
and tHinly from a Jili'erent text. My ej es j
fr'jiiciit.y met his during the service, and I
his azn was rivited upon me, lie was!
very serious until I came to speak of the
reec lion, hy his father, of the prodigal!
run, w hen his ej e brightened up, and ai
he slept at all, was not uisluri'ed, 1 know,
. 1 ,
bv a sinule dream
: At the huiir of nine the next rooming,
( repaired to his office, as agreed upon, to
hear an explanation of his compUle snd
unlooked-for reformation. He was enga
ged in. putting his ollice to "rights," ar-
rancins his books, &. Ill countenance
v as very happy, and his step as linn and
almost elastic as in loriner days.- 1 wai
welcomed with great cordiality, and reti
ring (o back window, shaded by a beau
tiful rose tree in full bloom, and filling the
apartment with its fragrance, we. sealed
ourselves, and he commenced Ida slory in
Ihe following words j ;
: 'About a week ago, I was returning
line afternoon from a ii inner paily.piven
by one of our college friends, partially Iis
e bruited, and as I turned a sudden corner
"f ihe street, csine fill I upon psriy of la
lies, consisting of an elderly matron snd
t wo young and ery beautiful girls. They
OF WARSAW, MISSOURI,
were strangers to me and appeared to i t
strangers in our place. The eyu of I'iC
one next the wall near v hich 1 was walk
ing, met mine, and 1 bowed as well as my
condition would permit. Upon this, she
stopped, and turning round, opened her
reticule, and w ith a invent smile, and u
glance which seemed to reach my very
soul, presented me with a smi.ll newspa
per, y ing t '
"'Uill the gentleman pardon tlip rude
loss, and read this Httlu journal fur the
holies' sake ?'
'I received with a bow, e.rrr??ed my
Ihar.ks, and assured her that 1 would. 1
was handsomely dressed, lilid flatter my
self that 1 had the air and manner ol a
gentleman, although under the iidlucncc
t f anient spiriis. Mic seemed gratified,
and they walked on. I was completely
t'oiilimiii.'ed, und could not forbear looking
back tit (hem. 1 never row a more grace
In! figure er more ilignilied carriage, and
her rye it 'was as hi.ck i,s Egyptian
(i.iiivins- itself, inn) her smile so unearth
ly, so bc.iuliiul and benevolent. 1 wish
ed to follow them, but dared not, an I went
lo my oliiee inwardly resulv ing to reaU
llie paper that very evening. 1 drew my
chair to ibis iitj window, and unfolded
the paper. It was a small but nealiy i
printed journal, published weekly by the '
sin illy ciieii the "iSiiii of I'einperiinee.'" '
I was somen :al prepared lor tins ty the
iady'.i m..niier, but was a tit: le surprised
notwithstanding. 'Siie mn-l know ine,''
tlii.nif ! l I, 'and this is not an ad of n mo
ment's it flection' but my iiioditoln.ns
were i ilei i n pied by seeing a long article
m i ked in .onid w ilii a pencil, and uitiUcd
the Ni-ier's Appeal.' It purported to be
j.Mtc-sid ton Leloved brother, who had
Ihr-.ivv ii iiiin-elf nu ay bj drink and was
written by '.Mi-s I.esbu (.
"I itr.'nci'i.ilely coiiuncticed its perii-.nl.
I eltev ii g o! course that it w as .viiumhv
Ihe I n! who gave me tin: paper, li w(is
indeed, a siicr's appeal, and obdurate
must have beeniiie heart of that brother,
w ho could i :ni! w ill st. nu it gentle ple.it!
i: as hut the eom))o-.ii.in Old not poilrav
0" i I. fo liy I he sv ::i pat hies ol' 1 1 e heal I
I. ...ii li e to 1 1 1. 1 ions oi u pow erful and re
lined iuteileit; indict!, m til my reading,!
and i. h. s not been l.milcd, 1 never leadi
a ii.i.ii: cciicii.sive ai i.iii-iii , t r a nn;e
i t he lie .oa t ess. 1 w as liol old v Cci: in
t la! Ill j iiii'iiii i t ol the i nor til 1115 cum se
ol u.'e. Out i, rued
ini u'-e- of try b
by ihe now a'v aki lied
tier u.it iiro, to itnmedi-
a'e rc oi i::a!in. Ibis may Inn e teen,
and lil'i.ilt i.i tvva-. in part, brought a
i . i.l by ihe , .irl; rj e imil geldle n-.iiie ol
t.:: l .ir w nler I eii-el.1'. Indeed, 1 must
own teal i was most powerfully interest
ed in l,,i, sa'.i-be.l as 1 was., that ihe love
liness oi hi r person did not surpass the
pniity and beamy of her soul. I3e this
as 11 ni.iv . liow ev er, 1 ilt liruiil.t d to re! in n
to Use nine ss and sohi ii ly, and, if possi
ble, to 1. i. l out an l make at know iei'ie
incnlslu ihe beautiful being v bo had tails
ed a change so imexpeciedly 'to cune ri
ver the spnit of niy dream,1 and now ev
iilenlly controlled my way ward (liHliny,
"Niiico li t n, I have been wandering a
bout ir.nn 1 hu e tu place in iho city in
si ail.h of the reriilcntc of the f.dr incogni
In, until e-ierd.iy, w hen I despaired of
ever meeting her again, anil feeling that
thi. world in ti.e would be a ileserl waste
w i'.hout her presence, ! , fool as 1 w as, he
look n vstll to my old habits. 'I bis 1
should not have done, had not the editors
told me. upon ei -quiring at the olfiee, thai
they belie ed the riter ol Ihe nyyml v as
a tiling mar riot l.tdy, a Iranrienl huartler
at the 'Washington 1 louse,1 and now on
her way South, where she resided. A-1
bout two or three hours before 1 saw you
last oil.' ht, I returned to my olfiee, sick of
the exhilerating effect of drink, and lirod
of the world. 1 wai not intoxicated, iho.'.,
soinewlui excited, and w. seated at this
window as we are now, thinking of ihe
strange lady and her stranger conduct,
when boy in llm employ of the cilice,
brought me a copy of the Journal just is
sued. I seized ami hurriedly ran my eyes
over its contents, and there, oveniA nip-
exactly the same position in the paper, of
the same length and style, and marked a
rouiid in pencil, was another artielo by
'Miss Lesbia CV entitled the
"llrolher's Return and SiMer's Forgive
ness. 1 instantly read it. The same
Iiower of thought presided over every syl
able. I he same benevolence of heart in
Vested every word. t I was enraptured,
maddened, and at the same time partially
toothed. I threw down the paper and
walked to the door l twilight had just t
jn 1 the street was still, and nothing in the
way of sound fell 11 pott my ear but die
barking of some distant watch-dug, and
the gentle whispering of the eveuinti
breeze among the bough of the tree above.
It lulisby .calmed my mental, and it cool
breath vpon my check southed my phys
ical excitement, and 1 fill into a train of
reflections, the result of which you know.
A for the Kranga writer, 1 am Convino.
ed hc live in the' city, aud from some pe
culiar expres-ioiis in the last article, pen-!
ned no doubt, without design, am satisfied
she is unmarried, ami with ) our assistance,
. ill lerret her out,.
I promised him iny aid. believing that
the accomplishment of this object only
would ensure ki entire reformation, but
advised that he should jelurn lo business,
and leave matters to time and chance. In
the propriety of this supgcstinii he concur
red, and I hail the happiness of seeing him
lake once mere his accustomed station in
About a tnotilli after mis, I happened to
he looking over the list of content of a
number of one of ottr fashionable period
icals, and taw "An Angel's work," by
lioliin Gray, M. I'. I immediately turned
to it. 7t occupied some dozen panes, and
IvpS in truth a masterly production. Jn
po". cr arid depth ol' Ihottght, l!i delicacy
ol las!-: and felicity of expression, it could
not be excelled u was llolirt' himself.
A stranger could not have delected any
ll.i: g peculiar about it, but those acijjint
edwith the circumstunccs and his own
feelings would rec. gnisc ft us a faithful 1
narration of his experience for the last
two months. I knew th t it was written
t xpressly lo meet ihe eye of his fair incog
nito, and 1 lell really happy in entcrtain
iu;r th belief thai when it did sit, she could
form no mean opinion of his merits as an
In lite next number of the same period
ii si appealed "An Angels Reward," by!
.'ii iss L. (j , v rilien in reply to Ho
lm's article, and ahhough not surpassing,
yet i nii.il'cd it in excellence. It was ipine
complimentary lo him.
Ro'iiit! could t.nl ilonl t now that ihe
w nler reside,! in the city, was highly wor
thy of hi icgaid, and by some means in
timately connected with his destiny.
About six months inter the commence
ment of this correspondence thrnuuh the
itoiirnns ol' lite periodical. 1 called at Kol
lin's ollice one ev ening for a prescription,
being in self unwell. 11c w as on u is.it
Ion nuiiil.'tr of patients, but would be
hack in an hour, and I concluded, as 1 was
uol parlivM1l.1i ly engaged, to aw ait his re
liirri. lti about an hour and a half he drew up
at Ihe ih. nr. As he walked into the room,
1 saw that he w as considerably excited, and
pb-.is.inily so. Upon ei-tjuiring as to the
cause ol !iis linm ir. he remarked, w ith a
si.-iile, thai he had related more stories than
one In me at this w 11 cow, and reucsle..
thai I would sit down and hear another.
"1 his 111 ruing,"' said he, 'I wn just
ciosii'f; niv il. or alter me in order lo isil
a patient, liitg at some distance i: ihe
country, when a tciilleinan in a handsome
buggy und two buses drove hurriedly up
and enquired if I were a physician Y 1
replied in ihe cifirinative. I hen jump
in here,' fays lit', 'and let us drie 011, lor
I want you in haste.' 1 was about .decli
ning, on the score of engagements, when
a peculiar expression of his eye attracted
ifiv nlleniioii. I thought 1 must have seen
him before, but could Hot recollect w here.
At any rate, It awakened in me a ttrar.g;
iiittrest in his favor, and I obeyed. As
e proceei'ed, he (old me his name was
Cramplon. He had lately lcfl Mary h.nd,
and moved with his family lo Philadelphia,
in order lh.it his daughters, who , wire
disposed lo rite, should avail themselves
of the city libraries, and other eiKanlnges
oll'ercd by the same thai one of them had
been s-i.iUlt-i.lv taken very ill, and without
speedy reiifl he lea led she must die. All
Ibis excited me painfully. 1 ihougnl of
the three b.dies 1 had lint in ihe strett.
I compared the strange authoress's name
of 7ri v ith 'Crainptun,' it suiied ex
actly. 1 could not be mistaken It must
be her name and ibis her lather per
haps she herself idck !
'On entering the room where the gen
tle siiderer lay, what were my feelings on
seeing bending over the lied, and arrang
ing her sister's pillow, my acquaintance
of (ho street mv unknown correspond
ent! 1 was overwhelmed withexiiteuieiit,
but nerved myself for ihe inter iewv
She turned, and her father introduced us.
1 stdUitred her name made most ridicu
lous attempt lo bow, and came very near j
falling, so oppressive w ere my feelings..:
Sue recognised me blushed decp'y, seem-1
ed equally as. much confused, and l ow in
gracefully, turned slid left the room. 1
next met her mother, but sue did not know
me, nor did the joui g lady for whom 1
wa to prescribe. This made me for the
moment quito comfortable.; It wit with
tlilliunhy that I commanded my qerveasuf-
iicientty 10 uraw some oioou troin me rin,
Ididr'o, however, and prescribing a saline
draught, with ouoling topical application
lo her face ant) ueik, inl'ormed her parent
that it mi an attack of ery;1pe!as, ml
that she would be very lunch relieved In
the course of siiior en hours, and tlval
1 would, vvitU tbtiir prrmissioo, leave her
for the present.
' ,"0n uvy return thi cveiijng, a I was
entering the portico, I ljeard iligbt noise I
to the' right iMh doer, and flocking in'
JULY 2- 18-13.
that direction, ehcld Miss Cramplon,
whom I now kiiovv herlo be, seated on a
ln-iich, and tf.gagtd wiih a work on Uota
liy, in analyzing a very dilecale and beau
tilnl flower. . She had. not observed my
entrance, so much his she engaged, but
just at th.it moment raised her eye, and
recognized me with wnofher of her angel
ic smiles. An irresislabo impulse took
hold on my enl re being my leelings wire
beyond control. 1 threw myself at her
feet, and made. a full declaration of iny at
tachment. Slis was taken completely by
surprise, and iole:il!y cxi-iied, but sitc
ceeuing in a strong t ffrl at sell-command,
remarked lo meth.it 'this wai entirely lin
es: ected on her part; that she could nol
uuny that she was the young lady who
had given me ihe paper that had written
the articles to which allusion was made,
and ihul had corresponded with me in the
periodical; that site did it solely to bene
fit me, and that she was most happy lo see
the success of her effort, but so far from
contemplating a union will), she vva3 most
anxious to remain unknown to me end
would have done so, had not r.ccidec.t
thrown lis together. I ihen asked her if
she could rot be induced to contemplate a
union with me; told her that she had res
cued my name from oblivion, and that I
lell mvsell under
iili myself under sacred ol.liguiinn. to be j
orever near her to fontrioiite to her hnp-I
.ii.es. 1 took her hand : It w as ,.a.ivC !
in my grasp lor a few moments, and then j
snatciied awry, and she was about rising,
when I again urged upon her a conuriera-1
lion of the suhirct. She looked very c i
rioti for some time, but at length replied i
lh.,l she would lay thu matter before her!
parents, and answer me in a few d.n .-- j
Our it.t -r ie.v then en,!ed--her Mier is
rapidly improving. Miid I am liere. '
Gentle reader,' ihe balance of mv story '
is soon told. About six months nfier this !
inierview, I had the happiness of uniting !
two spirits in the holy bonds f wedlock j
thai were uutineslionalily lorined for each !
other, bin which useless and most de- j
slruelive habit had well nigh . separated 1
Ibrever. It turned out lh.il Uollin and ,
Miss rurnptun had been schoolmates in j
eaj ly life, Unit they had been heard In cull I
each other "sweelkeart." arid thai their
families had been very intimate, bhl that ! had mure or less gold about
having been separated vvheii very younc. their person. - j
they bad ihoughl each olhir dead," ai d nei- Assassinations freipientlv OC
ther one knew the other whet, they met 1 ' ,t i- . . 1 i
lor the first tin, in the street. Mr and ' r;'!r 111 Xh .c!, Ontcntfll quarters
Mrs. Gray lied to beuniled in friendship' Ol the city, by poison atlJ
lo iheir old friends, the t'rn niptuii's. once secret tmmler. On the person
liiore. to ee
ee llie coti.uinrnati.m ol Ihe.r
mess and usefulness ami then j
departed in peace, blessing the greal Oiv-
er of all good for bestow ing on frail and
gentle woman such mighty influence.
Uollin liray is now a distinguished phy
sician ami citizen, and his wile one of the
iirst female writer of the age) while
their lillle lioilin is daily laujl.l to repeat
the word 'tii never too lift!
ARRIVAL OF d 111',
STJkH 1 t.ING IM ILLIOtNCt I ROM I HANCt!
FifUtn thovmnd Persum Slain Ltath of
the fc'cli Jliilwp of J'um' Changes in
the AUtii&try TrhunjJi of tha Govem
ttttnt Forces, &e., 4'c'
Boston, July '2.
I.r.:nartine rotle through the
streets with Gen. Caiaignuc and
stair. A rtiltery was freely used,
but at night-lidl the insurgents
had gained both in strength aud
On Saturday, the National
A ssembly (lectured itself in per
manent session. ,
The members oT the Provis
ional Govern tarnt resigned their
several trusts, and (he supreme
power w as vested iuGen. ('ara
lgnae, who forthwith declared
Paris to be in n state of seige.
i. The fighting lasted during the
whole day, except a temporary
cessation. during a severe thun
der storm. The night present
ed an awful scene troops were
potuing in from nil the depart
ments; and the coullict became
desperate. , , . ,' ' . '
On Sunday, the President oj
the Assembly announced that
after n frighful loss of life, the
Government' had succceeded in
completely quelling the l iot 0U
the loft, side of I'ari-s, and that
(Jen. (Jaraipnac had given thosr
on the rghtside until ten o'clock
16 surrender. Js't'vertheless tie
fighting continued all day, with
fearful destruction of life.
On Monday, Ocn. Laiiiorici
crc arrived With rcinforcments,
when filter ten hours of terrific;
and incessant slaughter, the.
troops were .victorious, the in-,
stirgenfs being either clain, cap
lured or scattered.
On Tuesday, id I was eompa
rutivtly quiet.. , ( ...
The archbishop of ( Paris, in
endeavoring to restore order
was shot, over 5,000 persons
were taken prisoners,' and a
board of Commissioners has
been appointed to try all those.,
taken in arms. The insurgents,
and. especially the women, treat
ed their prisoners with unexam
pled barbarity, cut tin a off their
flf,njs ;,, f'ic, aff- forfarinc
, , . J 11 -
'Ilt l conceivable manner.
U IS universally COnCCtletl that
f'l'J Ivepulii'C OfffS its salvation
to ,u, bravCl'V and Coolness of.'
, ' f.-i . '
(' CU' J-amori.C CrC. , I he trcop.H ;
"'I embraced 1)101 With SllOUts ;
of "Vjve la Hopilblique !"
Several cliangcs have taken
.1 m- . n i
P',aCe " 1,16 IlUlStr-. pastille
takes charge, of the llufeavt of
Military and liedau of Foreiiiu '
n'airs." Mniuie is recomuiciitl-
, , c it ! i i
(1. stronaly for I'l esident. rAd-
Itiifal La I'dailCC refused a "St'.aJ. i
in the new M illistrv which WtS ,
tendered to llitllt ' j '
Nearly all the prisoners taken.-
nf cju? j,f the . illSUftientS Was,,
i ,. -, r, '
un" u w ' IUtU l-V1, " "" n
of the decree, H hicll It Was DrOr
posed to issue, had the ins.ur-
rection been successfal. ,
In Ireland, the armed move-. ,
mcnt coiitinties unabated, antt
thou'sauds daily flock; to the
clubs. The Government has
i therefore been unable to devise '
any means of checking this.
The, league has not yet been
formed, but the consummation
of the plan ldaily looked for.
The physical force movement
has been postponed until Au- !
tumn. " '
Quiit a ,'istxe. A dabbler in lit -rr.iti.re
and the line arts, who prided him
self upon hi knowledge end prcpir use
of lite English language, came upon a '
yoiitrs'er silling upon .the bank of a mill- '
pond, angling for shiners, and ihu ad
dressed him: . , . tj-i... ,- ,.j
"Ado!ecens, art thou not aodesvorjpj ,
In entice the fumy tribe to fngulph their
denticulated mouths a barbed 'hook, npott1
whose point is aflixed dsnty a)lurl.ii
men! ?'J , - . ., , , .' j,,.-;
No," id the bey, .' f ; j
' irM iso-'W must be unanimous'
observed IlaiiCKck nn th eorsVlon of lgn'
ini (he iliubirjiioii ot'Independence ; tbet i
ii.usj be no pulling ditTern;wy,,.)j ( rf
Tes,' observed ratiklin, v muM 1(
bang together, or most assuredly we shall
all hang seperately. 1 ' '"- ' -:
An expeditiuii is to be futod uirt from
New York, to rescua Mitchell, tha Irish'
patriot, from Br it i ill "-oppression." (VI.'
Ming h olfered to take command of trie
etilSrjvrise, v ..it a ..:...' v i
"A man ca'nt help vhal' done behind
hi .bs.'k," a tha loafer said . w Un licked
out of door. ' - "'' " "
-then yot see a lemsle rive early, g't
breakfast, do up her moiher's work in
season, nd then sii down to sew or knii,
dept'nd upo;) it she will mak goott
wile, - - ...;. . ; s i
1, w ari-,r-; -y-rvTr-is ,
i-'efi..ible men nni d t'oeir.ov n LuMiieml
- I'ovls l-k after t'.j hiioni uf oth
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