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1)Mrr nt New Orlrlelun up to
Lnditu .' List.
Anderrsn Julia mrs 2 Angell Agness mrs
Anderson EPliza .lane mra Allen Virginia miss
Andrews llerlurt Ei mrs Allyn Claudine mrs
Alexander Mary Annll mrs
Jallister Joseph mrrs Brophy Mary mrs
lHanln lfridget nsrl Isutlow Mary urs
Il.ily Hlenry (C mrs ii iwdie Josephl mrs
]llaike Ann mfrs Iloyle C mr
1f arnes C( mrs Brothers Mary mrs
Barry Catlhri~n llrowll Margaret mrs
Bask Eihs runis Brown Sarall mrs
lftchelor Irlraicis A mrs Brown Elizabeth miss
larelltt Mnary miss lllcklhfy Elhzalleth IB mts
Brady An s Brulnton S:acuh A
Ialley Mary F mrs Buckley My C miss
Brewer Malry Annllmrs Buck Julane mrs
fell Jane 1' ars BIshyu Matilda mrs
lBennett Netti rmi.a Blilerdiriek Charlotte
llnnett i:altherine mrs Blik Selina J miss
Bridges Fllen tlsr Boylani Catherine misS 2
Carner Cr ' nmrs Collson Marion nlr
(1i1am1poell Catherine miss Clough Ivi W mf
anll 1. Cr1 Coughlin Nora'
alrmrldfaady Mary mrs
,Gage Franl miss sy Ii I miss L
Clark M5 Saruah A mrs Crowell lester S tmrs
f('r.twtf d iMary I Cinnrs l'.rherine
('ull,,rd liz a Ann rains Cls Susan S aurs
('lihit Emiia miss Cullligan lJane mfrs
Ch sl.ty (Ueorge IV furs (llrley James furs
(::I'trddlMry 1widow (sulh;llU Catherine 2
('ll lrtybllrg James 1t mrs Crowell A miss
('u!I Williamlln miss (lalrk Julia A mrs
(alhrua Ann Lf frr Cushing llmrs
Couuer Ann Curlain Mlary Ann
Davenport Mary S miss I)onely Bridget
IDevine Ann mis )Dorsey Ellen miss
IDw I.il fr trs Donegin Mary mis
iDerby Alary uiss 2 Dyer S A maw
lltzf A ure llDunn Delia Lun
Dlekwl Elhza mi+s IDunnr An mrs
Dounllan IW rs r Dufly Elliza mrs
Egan Joihunah Everett W P mrs
illintt Isulalle miss Erwimn i Mile-s firs
Elliott SarahI l 1 inas Elterlield 'leorgia miss
:li tt ilor mi rs Elfirt M1arcelin l. ts
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Fawl.rsiyflis mrs finny Bridgert miss
F w Reb mrs Flint Julia mis
Fay E ands Frhk Charlotte mrs
Feralai lz Margaret mifss F'wlerl Ieorgina niis.
Fily Margaret frs F ,yd ulive r
Y.,.k liab,>l ntis- Ford ilin M mrs
Fitzgerald Julia ufrt
l[aIlding I lattie nir. Graham Mary A mrs
(,rdut I.vi l.g l I a mrs G lleplie Julia rrs
I lues .1 I ars ri m iMary rs
(i vics i rlgot r.llin M Iartha A mrs
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M.rsttl rs d Il . e II
Kearliuy E a lirti, - If .'i I ui rs
KIelyFe: mrll IMollIai \1'm lurs
Kelle t. mn M liat ary Mary a
Lasnarsl Jf ru;ia i-,,fuu, s mr
Sla.y'e k l aheslr inn mi hf I *, , I: fluf,
illerd Mary mrs ' -a rla
Lenerd r ir i,- l J uitm -
MLean trd EM giee Ifi t l. ,! Itl t I' m i
Leakin Mary r mrus I.r it. ur
lleeDorati oi ss fl.tf " ', I y Bar s
Milevy Solomon mrs
MaedKay H rms Ifu.-1y Anr: mI:s
Marser Franlk mrs y ,r bt irs
MarMaull mrs l etrIm -lir
armioun Bridget t Iil fllt
McLacgeth ary r: nls +ar Hlarh mars
NeMagowns DJl A ,miss iil111., ' i, s
ayNlester mrs M.itat hll, lnui
Osmrnd MiiI mrsi s
Obrien llaln mrs
Parr ary mrs M" 'r n IM inl
Pea Trrm C Mary mrs I'llrf Ifl-y irf
Mann John mrn Mu!n.y A ra1 myn
Markridse Er mirs Mylt ,la llii fmrs
ller t . lde mrs Mary A Bfrl
Paihm AnrEm mr s I'sliii flu Slfa
SMiller lia ia ls lmitls;ay Ilare i
MeIQulnn Bridgetr M.:l'lluln. iflly mis
MoLaughln Mary nare
hNewell Jalim A miss iinde A ell 1 lis
fitlehouse Julimrs N1 St~k ] ar.!t ns
NolanD mrs SJohaah i Bs
OSmond AI mIi: M.i S f f trr miss
Obritev in en rsBophi
Seehnop CathlriJla flrs SInari I 'f fllm s
Parr Mary mrs uln mlizaeth a r
impson Mary mrs lr ltlati r r lhria mIill
Sayne M T mrs i 'rif " il If lit Iutu's
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Sillman Alden mrs r Piltys l tlii-s
Smith Maggie F mllisOs fi'la'ss'ii Idmi
Tracy Liccin F sirs clufoul Eii f nmi's
Truwick Julia Iuffs 'lw'ii-Il IKife fuils
Taylor Lina Ps ter Mary frliai
Tetty J W Ii li 2 Tulhin EzMary mrs lme
ThoPearmpson A mi y Kthine mr
Van Dusrn Carnil II'l'fulI'erN' fsac mrs
Veith Clirislina furs Vain Jisoirt M JI mis
abb Jullace WV Joeulnnsi fr ln All a yC miss
Walandolph Aannie ss itir ISlarah i Ur'
Washiagtun L.'iiisa mrI Wh itifkef Mal~ltlna mfs
Read Rotkinbert HBr mrs llimln Maryaret lis
WReyolds I) nur lliais mr2
W Saint lliarrit ils Sti (' R r
hawtell Elizabeth. nis Smith Cam'i, W R lnrus
Srampson Mary A S, tt a , nhlMt i. nr
Ite'fr 'Iw Fs Xus fd.vilf > ns
Wilhiavage ry miss i.\llher gtn C C m.rs
avery Ellizalbeth e, atinr hry Ann mni
idockhouse A.aylmla; unl t tronge ofAlic the Ladies
khroviduse Julia n ni
Genrtl rmIICI's List
.Alioor (l:eo Alleoon Jno H
Adams J l Ambrose Wm
Aslsin 11 A snld Oliver
Archer N I. Ashlon Jas P
Arhicy E ship Logan Ashtlon irank
Al ',ottl - e C I Arlry ,
Aitr-Worrr'lO ir L Asthur; \W
Altr'ro''rugol W 0M 2 Andrrrl-ori J It
AlAdoder. A1oddr-, .rlono. e Co
2rIx0 Royal street Andlelt,o Adlam
Abernathy W rt Adamos W P & Co
Al John 2 Adamn l obt
Allers War Adarns G
Alberteson Benj Armstrong T II
Adio John Armstrong A
AtaraJon Jh Anderson Wm
Aihrlen Cle B ship Clifton
Aikman bJa Andrews R
Anntll lGrafton Armor Charles
Anltill S G
Bancroft Benj P Ilrisbin W
Barnan Pat Brihen W It
Bainridge Iobht & Co Bibs, P W
Iloalian / Binns John
tloye Win Iiarois Ad
Barnett ,Id[l Bishop J
IBaernettI It Britton J B
Brnasted It P Brickell J N
Ilarr capt Samuel Biasell F' A
arnes Charles IBorden Ths A
aulelr David B'sworth RIubt
Baldy E I' Bogort ,as
barry James Blos-,man II & N
SIiret I) IBeggs capt
torens Atl'ckh J's
Itarre N liack & t Lee
IBrnett J Son orland I' K
Irnrott T' C Boho A
Barnett dr B Pt Buemew E A
tlttobe.Anthony orouff' C C
ltlmharoed II S lilyJ If
IMalrk T J IBuyde C C
tBld.eman E It Btokiy ,I tI
Blair II P Boydtell (leo
Brady Jol Bower Lewis
brall-y It lloyd J C
Breckennrdge & Bates Hienden Arthur
ltuner C D tovle John
Beach Jonathan W lro-wloirg Ja.
Betts Albert BIrownilag John
Bleth Wm It trooho 'hs A
lBeggs IY liroercoaptr J
lb-gs J J Brother-r & SBweeny
Beeer ItBrowder l)avid
lettons P A 2 lioughtor It
ellaiey Charles Iro IF
ttedlrock W P Brown s.ah factory
Baeen Jese lirown lolot
lest Edward IBrown capt J J
Bl.hele A I Brown Geo
Ble-ey J lBroawn apt W P
Benzi Peter Ituoh las
ile-lhn h dr Chs Id
Ie.her I) L el uz'le '
Bl,-,her elhoa Blutler 'apt E S
B ~a JohnIButler I C
liroln o Gliorge BIllt J IV
Il-tio rol I1 2 Buckleov.Ihsn
ll-. I ht'ileoy J P
heltty iJohn It lbey -Jas
Oela,-turges Bunrtei Eug
00,I if .'A Bath;o -Jos
Iel! Jad os Co BIuler W mr
B..s Ir Buvenro Owen
Ill 'lr Balineltz John
l;, I," b ohn h.rl: tenry Burrus W t b
Selkd W M Bk H1 r 1Mrk 1"
ldin A A hBurrew J B
wter J leS Burks dr S
B,,rry Arthur h vin ,Jhn `']
lB ishiu 1 R Burlns J N
('.dell. II G Cox, W P
C r.o, J ahn Jas (Collb, T
a. Ja. II- C'oiolad, John
r-.si,y, John (ou11 trright, (aS WXV
('a-~n, htenry C x, I, 1 I)
i('to, II) (" hler, P
'm l'p ell, A 2 (:train, If
-'a lph-ll, J A CIroul y, John
(' ot'e l.Lesl, 1: It ('! -nloi n, H
('It.r, apt ship Boplton
' l der, li J C 'Oscar, F loroolsy
( t r, C rtll, I:v T W
Cartm.ptni, W D C'",,rerý. M
(',a ore ,li , t'rank Cox, J W
.a-tett. C x, dIn T
Ca .,l, W C'x, l'hAiiT
rr. It.C xuoto. To
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l'('ortOn, I
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' ll ,, ' n W ill· rlor,
('TI's: os) 2 ('r orIh o,, bhn
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orI 1, 2 l)i . Ji(V
Dlke,t1,1 , l t,'~ li~rd pll , Rolo
--'-g at .'hm
I':v',r o l (' I tE-io l'tl
I ,lo'd t'huroh- I-o-.i c E DI
I0-Or. o Y Erwin ('har00;
I:vcrtt dr a Ii lthrir.t e Et' B
l'0t0m , ol t Ft III
I"i ,ln nIV .tlltlso F'
Girigg W II Guthin C A
b >ie David ship St Goughc M
II ' ii Gohghth Imac
r(;-IcIcy capt Olcecrmau Jolhn
:1and .J1bhn (;ol-toe Abraham
GiUld ClI W Golder Joerdan
(lIover Jones
II
Harutel Samuel elfferman W
iainec It C Iteumau Yalentine
tlaggett Thomas capt Heller H W
Haggett capt Helnm Thomaus
llnatingci Charles leron .d M C
latc:her John Heron A C
Haclkney James N Higgins John
Hale ieorge 2 Higgins I)
Hullet J capt Iliggis 1' P C
Hall mr, picture frame Hinds M
manufactory Hicks E A
Hall James A Hi ppel I
IlHniilton Joa M u ill W W
Hlamilton Jas A Iioges Samuel
H.trmd (iha Houghtoun
Htamond WV J tppe George
lllium T Hlopkins James
Iliaubeld leo Hnlpkina, seaman
Hand Geo Hophins It (i
Hanna Jad J 3 Hogan William
Handy Samuel Houiihan Johnia
HIc:.cern A 11 2 Hoop, Charles
Haanly James C HIobart J E
Hanlou John Howaird J H
lal'berry dos Hellingwolth D M
lltnlcy Pat tlollcrlft W R capt
Hlarington S uC Holbrook It W
NHareby(; IV lic nel Wm
tiar.ey luames Hoilton Thcsc
lcarper W A Hiolle ICharles
H.relcn l:ben capt Huglihe R L
Ilardling H I: tIughec Thio
Harba-a .I W Hugheg James W
Hirt Iii tthcmphrey 1t
lart Edtuiencd Helcliel J S
lart Ja. II dr Ilucsey W K
Hart Tlhomas lutchmg JII A 2
lHart Thos E lutchinoel N C
HIayes H M Huntingtoo Thomau
talnks Matthew Hactchings WV S pruf
Hay, Edward 2 Hutceinson A C
flays Richard HIullet Jamnes
IIay ton i C Hulbard S tI
ftay Gilbert, ship Rods- Hurd W A
keath Ilyams E W
HIaynman Rlhbert Ituey PWm
Harrion Ilenj Hubbard R IR
Hari T['hou Hunter 1, I)
Irri GiP Huniter L M
Harryl James R Hlunter Henry
Hendriek RI F Huckting J A
Hlenry J E ' IHenderson John, Ialla
Hlendc -cn Pat Rook
lHrenderom Jas B
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Ias.- J M Jewell C tL
1-aa+,y Samluel ,Ile|~t llo C W
-e i': WJeiki The' It
Irwin t J du JenklXi Wm
Irwin Andrew Jdiee John
Irwin Patrick John Wmn
cliak.on J.lhlery JllMii Ed
,Jai"kcoun Iieolge Jouett GiP'
IJarvic J D Joseph Frlanci
Jaw Mill Jordal N G
J.mei I I, J,,:ic lyn W E capt
James Il 0 J'dlihcO John
daci-- J A dr Johdticn Samuel
.lame' The Johnson ('hllrstopher
Jam-clc. \V F Jiine, Tho capt
dc.'.l Mi hucl Jdenes W A
.lcwel IViulcr Jones A R
.Id.:e Thcic ti
I' ,incc cicc Kidd I) A
K hcip l',y-aun KIakel Valentine
Illa h Oiwen K:lutl Lawrence
ie :g A Kirkp ttiic Juhn
M Birk l ,' pt
Kppiiard JohTn lcng:ct W
I-"ci:n Ii li l lli]ar Daniiel
K,'++Hy Pat ]lue helie IV W
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lace' aI p
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Iccicd.c "l 1e .celar e l'ec d
K:,r r. ,1 dr Knox Aoram
I.xirae )IO. D Kuhn H
.I.i an ,Jhn Libhy Elridce ii H
1. id gm (' dr Livitg-ton E C
l~i.··b· 1' I: Litt,', 11ice
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le Wtlie ' l.Vnl ll'h .ant,
I-1 T ; 1 .1 lcish Andrew Foy.1
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e I ciscc It br dik cic -Ic X
rl - Joi -hip J Patton
1i, c1 l ii tlin MP leic R derick
Ad anell diR her AlIK I 11ht aci l
1' tIt" ITc 1 l M Lie,, l ne PatrIici l
11- brtl tp l' W .M eizn "lhelm S
31,' w',ry 11 S hItKea lJhn
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I 1: DInine tllh t Mclid n Arl i ship X ose
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M1i ) 1, lit Iho m, it I' M ,loldy Cornelius
31 1)"t t,!, lh.I ih 2 C'hamlhq'
.i" 1::o fr y J dis M t ml.:tuehlr r A
1I ,;clii r cliii h1,I -liery fiX' -,
I, lit cTh lima Mc, hil Iohli IV
l, (' li lieie Peter ship li
l1,' x l:nevl Edrd Smard tX nith
Xl iiitt iy i V hleech-u ldward
h,:idneey \Inbtooe I' Mc Stca c
r r Miiruet drc i
I llin c.. l t A tcilc c F Walhcelt
.X " ciic' J i, n " mlill[rt c ieu S
S1.nln. :, .-3hie. Mli],rtr (;e~ Campbell
S ini c o 1 MilLer ('hal
M ien c IMNller Emnliel A
.l al)l l iey [i d 1h1 r W n
li aS cillcul ice Xile Mii aol
I 1i0" n A lt l'h]l c h oiat c B
M-:'," c t.l tio n MI 1 1et ct h ,cW A
.Merrimr .Xl ice M r ciy c t
1MX t Tcci W McunrPie W,,e
M mcr.Ii ,e MItacy ii c )cr
M hrh. Xc .cIcdd n Mciriy]oner
Xu iie o n ci ldlc.c .!mhn ship I osi
N t Plic Tccs yCta k t X'j
wl cii I nli ci Noi'eiSlc I i
Nvll c eii y Nl i, ipe t ler
N'ihrd ,Ve Lee Norville Wvm eapt
S., I ery rC ship Neieon John Brown
.. ',i Nuetent 1P S
Ncih i.;. C1 captbark N oent 21 I
O'Callaghan B L Otis G W
Overlock B c apt Oliver Henry (1
O'Minton Jeff O'Connell John
O'lHea Richard O'Dowd James
O'Nal John O'DonovanJ
O'Leary Michael ship Ostrom V C rev
I S Kimball Orr Clarmond C
O'Brian Thos J O'Sulliran David
O'Brie0 Pattrlck Ottn S P
Oliver Andrew
Patterson Robt E Petheran Wm ship
C'attishall Dave dr J F Chapman
l'rats J ( Perry C
Paschall DA Perry Ben
Padangh Jas Pringle llobt
Pray Wm T Pritchard John
Patten Lincoln capt ship Pritchelt G Dudley
loswell Spragsue Price Richard
Patten lRgers (; capt Phillips Chas IV
ship Clara Ann Phillips Geo C
Parrot W J dr Phillips Alfred
Parker Jdohn Phillips Wm
,arher Alfred Phillips D I
Parle Andrew Phillips Richard
Parker Hlenry Phillips Hadley
Parker Win K Phillips Chas B
Parker Levois A Phldlips Geo C
I'arpie lenry Phillips James B
Parks Jsnatban Ponsey Paul
Phelam m W V Powel Jas L
Pendervois Jas A Poole Chis E
SPera (reI 2 Potter Dave T
Petlers Joseph Proffet L Ii
Pettibone Edward Pollard Joseph
Penniman 110 Poland M E brig Kineo
ell CYalden Peotter Edward A ship
Penrod J A Premier
Peyton IV NV Porter Jacob
Peacock V N Portivant James
terse Miler Puigserver P
Peckham Geo W ship Pugh Jos C
Sagamete Iple Stephen
Prentee P Phple S N
Prntill Geoa I) D Cyran Washington 2
Qeirk John Q(tilan Thos
Qiitk A J Q'isenberg R J
Raligan Michael Richardson Wm J
Ray mr barkeeper Richordson mr ship Car
lay It W lyle
Raymond R S Rossham B S
llangr& Wm ILhorer l;eo
IRankin c1)O looks Henry
IRatlilff \' IC I loe Alfred J 2
Randall Jao L ship OceanRow Geo
Pearl Royce Roderick
Reha Jehn hunoot J IV
Redmonnd Thos Rose Oliver
leynnoies Wm RIluuoney Francis
leyncolds WCi Roach B
Reeves Jas E Roes. J E
leoich Jd H IRoland B E ship F W Bai
Regan Timothy D Icy
Regin John Robertson M 2
heed Geo A Robert-on 1R A
lIeed leo Rioberte Ales
Iced .aIns C Roherts 1) W
Reed WVm Roberts D C
lieed lies V W Iethinon WmT
Cleed capt John H shipRulinse n A
R,'c:kehter it Roinon II II ship St
Peon Isles Helena
Sialand Jas Rolert'on Bm ship Lord
Iealand D Duflering
SJohn ogers L F
aIiv Jlete F livers John
lhding Sani l,,gcer 1'
Ri!cey lclerp Clcers L
lt,:e lenry I Ita-h Edwin
Hie~ l Rnssell John B
RtC del rvr lcuosell M
ledbardb as lJ s-el Arthur S 2 ship
lice he dsoon Matthew Mary
liichardu John RIyder Wm ship Belle
shantrilge Js Sewell Th.e
Stt 'lli ot do.ls Smilloae A B ship Kittie
-t,,,'kcridge Chas Floyd
sitt clpt Jaes Spear B H haIrk Georges
S,"'tt Pter Sheheerd I
Scott Wm ot ship Sham-slietiell d P It
r, k Shea J L
Sr ilsHenry II Sherry Win
Sullivn Jhn Shltlin loutco
etolrireeut eo Shermody IJs
envdeer Alen, Sh'rreev C C
S'ydet C Steven H Ih
Saysr .Ja N Steven .Jlhn C
Lavaze Thos Stevens John
Sitllan mr hip KingstonSkeeg Julhn J
S ed hStewalt o;,o S
Skhi'e'- 1I Stewart W A
SipLe!!,l"nq F: C cteerS A 2
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The landlord no 22 I'roprietors of Yoong
Ieevee street America newepaper
Ir;i; Sonthern Institute, Editor of the Union,
167 Magazine street Gazette
Night Showeth Knowledg.e
[This fine composition is by William Hahingdon,
and bears date 1o05. It is a gem in conception and
execution.]
When I survey the bright
Celestial sphere,
So rich with jewels hung, that night,
Doth like an Ethiop bride appear.
My soul her wings doth spread,
And heavenward fliles,
The Almighty mysteries to read
In the large volumes of the skies.
For the bright firmament
Shoots forth no flame
So silent, but is eloquent
In speaking the Creator's name.
No onregarded star
Contracts its light
Into so small a character,
Remov'd far from our human sight
But if we steadfast look
We shall discern
In it. as in some holy book,
IHow man may heavenly knowledge learn.
It tells tlhe conqneror,
That far-stretch'd power,
Which his proud dangers traffic for,
Is but the triumph of an hour.
That, from the farthest north,
Some nation may
Yet uadies over'd issue forth,
And o'er his new-got conquest sway.
Some nation, yet shut in
With hills of ice,
iay be let out to scourge his sin,
Till they shall equal him in vice.
And then they likewise shall
Their ruin have ;
For as yourselves your empires fall,
And every kingdom hath a grave.
Thus those celestial fires,
Thoogh seeming mute,
The falliicy of our desires,
And all the pride of life confute.
For they have watch'd since first
The world had birth;
And found sin in itself accurst,
And nothing permanent on earth.
Tanstlgs of *"Punch,"
Among the "Elfects of the Comet' Punch includes
the following :
The mother of a wife ot a gentleman at Highgate
took advantage of thie comet as excuse for taking op
her qulnarters at his house, which, being on high
ground, she thought was very favorable for making
observations.
A I)-volsov, TO ig Tores CRITICAL..c-Critics
may Ie divided into two classes : paper knives and
hook markers. The lformer only cutoipthehooks;
the latter nsark the passages to be referred to.
[Hermit of the Haymarket.
A Ronar. CaET.--I'ince Alfred has joined the
Euryalus fbr his first trip. The report tells ts that
the Prince (to whom Admiral P'unch wilshes all kinds
of Trafaletars anld Alukirs) is " to enjoy no immu
nity frote his iroydl rank. Richly proper; the
youngster is to beOtreated like any other youngoter:
there is nLt to le the smsll et distinction between his
berth and that of the huImIlest cadet. However, our
eyes traveling on, r ewe re startled to read that, as
the Prince joined his ship, the yards were manned a
salutle was tired, and a grand luncheon laid oit for him
in thoe state cabin ll cnce we conclude that when
Master Durioplintg or any oIlier cadet, goes to yea for
the lirst time, the yatrds are alwayt mlnated, salute
are invariably ired, alil hands are lilped on deck, and
the honors if tile recelttin arne generally wonind tp
by the ad's receiviong an invitation tr lunch with the
captain in his cabin. No wonder our English boys
are iall so eager t(o g) ttose.a!
IBetiTY Anso Ear.lTen-.-tFrance encaged in the
islave tradek: Nii.en,..! Tfhe emigranti whom the
FIrenchil vessels convoy trom the coast of Africa aie
as free as our allies themselves.
Mr. t.arker, on his way to a "tea-fighlt" at his
aunt's, dropmeid int, a friend's ritom to say the comet
could bie seen; and snch was its maleolent elfect
upon his memory that lihe smokedi eleven peils ben:ore
lie luckily remembered that his aunt was waiting tea
for hin.
A "nw" and really "ori.inal" piece, not taken
from tue Frenchl, has nlatelv been brot.ght out at a
theater in i,ld.. It isi biictieved thaot ch a circum
stance isi nItti within the reiihllcction iif tile very oldest
pilayge, : andi ni dibt i is the lcom:et that oe have
to tIhank fir it.
Mr. Scampie. in Ihtis dismany at the idea of London
eine Iburnt uip bv the tcolmet, tk : precutiohn to in.
slre hii boute li. more tihan twice its value; lld,
tinditig that tile icomet failed to ioit a light Ito it lhe
tired it himself, and swore tile ctnlet did it.
The sourest of thle writers for tile I.atterdav Review
was ot affected by the comet thtt, one night while it
wto lclininglh g, lie ctually wrote suolething speaking
we~ll of annlrilnilrc
A HRYALa PATRON or LETnTEros.-The Chronique
Par'isienne contains the following facetious story :
The Emperor Faustid 1, who imitates France in all
things, and has, like her, princes, marshals, dukes,
eolnts, ie(colleges land auivvrsitie, recently resonved to
estaiblish an aeadely f fortiy membilers, like the
wor'ld'renowned French Aeademy. But it was not
easy to elerct thi forty, every inhalitant of tie em
pire who could nwrite lhis own nan thinking himself
quafliied. So his Mtajesty decreed that 300jo of his
sul jects who poesn'.ed the reputation of being tile
mtnt lettered ui all, should nn a giver day assemble
at lis isltace andl be subjetited to a literary test.
lihen tlll were ollected, he announcedl that the
test was the writing of the woird rilron, and that
those who nlnde lno orreer ill the spelling sholl!d be
mlllellers o the Aeadely. Pens, ia k and paper were
brolu ht : enarch iof thle :;ItitI ieolle wrote tire tword.
alld the, jol]dec of te lenad a di tile bench of bishhpi)s
were chargl'ed to examlnine the :1 prapers. They
iproclcimed that :li: only of the eandidaten had writ.
tell the \ol coerrec'tly--that i ,witl a (',tihe remain
ing P.;il having used alnt b. " Only thirty-lnine'
iid tile l'coi).pe.l, "aid lwe want fort. Well, I
will ite tule intietl i m aeiler n o llVe'l.' " hire," ' l'ied
the joides. " yoor Majety wiii no donbt deign tc
sllliti ti the t'et'" 'i()f course," exclaimed oaus
ti.n and in a ilarge Iold halnd he wrote Xitroen, with
an . 'lThe ljudgtes looked puzzled for a moment, anl
then, after glanieng at each other, proclaimed thad
hi litajesty had paied triunlphati tly through tile or
deat. 'the Einlllor was therelupon plroclaimled
alnidtt tile enlthasillsm ot tile asrsemblage. a menlhei
ot the Academy. " Alnd I will he pierletatl secretarn
too," added Ilis Ilpetial 3l.ijesty, with pardonable
vanity.
('n Li'T IT nintoA.tNti "''A hI Pat." saida sehoole
rmisnesn toitan thnl headed rch lin, into whose itantldy
brain .le t , lttllllitin to heat the alplllalt't. '"I'la
hyld Iou'll never lerne aniythin,. natw wh~at'a that
lettel, eh:.i '
"Sure and I don't II now. tn.ma',l," ,lieid Pitt.
'"''hl'tought yo might have' retin ttlred that.'
\'lhy. li'anton"
"lelllon e ith tI a dot over ll.s t ltop of it."
"' 't l!, Ia'ani I lonind it tell; Ibut sho re I thought
WeII, lnow rti'nmen' ber l'at, it' I.s'
Not 1, t l, 'n ow that
"Not I:, nl l oc e!it " , c h d
"dh, yi%, filth: now Ihave it In'am. You mean
to say thao ltit 1tI nt you are a b 'lolkhead. "
".Fo'i' ! i1nn ,!i " -ntlai'ntd na h e ne t diion u ,.'al -,id a lagt
",lo't as yon pdae,"' quhietly rtaii inid t'Pat, "''ooi
or hl ii'ha --it's ita ml atter. soll n ong as yet free tc
A hlbli oa:I *Jr'lo. At le of ouer toullr,. Judee
Oaio t un in'l, a nnliher ot jurors were examed a:
t) tilteir ele ings on tnlt' si eit of convicting
i ''er utnon " aitrtttia'da ide'nce." The j.t':
rnry tllartallyii wihed to lre txcrd, tand troid every
to'text to get o.i1. ike ki the .rs intiil f,,lln-wing in
the wake od , se Vlilal to ot,' whtt had beei l exiit e
by tithe ,ludge, tried hi, besnt to i a tida sest or thr stry
It .lidge . ieanalt to hold, slier iitis wm ie, bI it t.lltid
" Would'at you believe a man, guilty if you sai
him tnninlltrn the minieltd man lla
s NA ir : lie night bie ncred at seeing the body.'
" Well, suippose you were to go out to-morrov
orning tand see tile glass and ground all wet
wnoold'nt ypi 'n'oider it uilic aent eviderce that ther
had l ieer rin ding thie night '
The Withen ars tagr. d aI Ittl, iut re v ating. ,tid
'"No iddge, itt might have b nm t hory dl '!"
Tie ooetuenthig oa ttting .'y i onon tl i a ountie i
t tlithle oue i a lla r ir. anitl' loti . ire r nldrtinr
'ih i stating tile 'r se to the jury.h ,ohle te dii't.h
itly t i the ,id late a t thf iltsolier''s Ve'mthni, annd
said :
" lettlemen, the ioor victitn of this man's bellini
lice was sutddenly Uinhteed into thie ireaei'e oa
gad without warning, ewith n time for ptireparation
he was suet unanointed ard unannealed, either tt
enjaty the rewards nf the binaked, or to nuffer the an
noyon¢es of the damned I"
Wi, hy is the husband of a seolding wife and fathe
of at ho.sehold of crying thildren like a railroad
tnBecaue he han a great many cross-ties.
Particulars of Foreign News.
Advices by the Africa are to the 13th from Liver
pool. We extract the folowing intelligence:
Great Britain.
Mr. Whitebouse, the electrician, again writes to the
Atlantic Telegraph Company, on the stbject of his
conviction that the cable may yet he rendered avail
able. He asertsthat recent experiments have clearly
demonstrated to him that the system of testing here
tofore resorted to is to the last degree fallacious and
inconclusive and that with such a source of error on
derlying all the electrical opinions which have been
relied upon, the unequivocal demonstrations which he
has obtained induce him, in justice to the enteprise,
at once to impead the validity of the accepted deci
sion upon the state of the cable. He reiterates his
belef that the fault in the cable in at no great distance
from the ahore, and concludes his letter a follows:
" I tnrn now, with pleasure, to recoont to the di
rectors an incident which I have gleaed since my
arrival at Valeotia, and which, I doubt not they will
learn with equal gratification Shortly after the re
pairs had been eected to which allusion has already
beven lade, and when the cable was in its most per
fect working order, the Superintendent at Newfonnd
land, when all the oficial messages of the day had
been worhed off, gave permission, in order to keep
the clerks employed, for the exchanges of conversa
tional intercourse between Newfonndland and Valen
hta for a time. Freed thus from the fear of any re
npousibiiity attaching to errors from carelessness or
haste, the clerks on duty manipulated at a higher
speed than had ever before been attained. New.
fuondland using my intrumeit and induction coils
for transmission, while Valentia received the signals
on Thompon s galvanometer, and recorded by finger
key upon paper: the station clock marked the time
upon the paper in hours, half-hours, as well as min
utes, so that there can be no error in the compotation
or speed.
"I have carefully examined the record then made ;
the signals are pertect, and the rate at which, for a
length ot time, that conversation was kept np in
wo-da at foll length, was such (if that speed alone
could be maintained, and I am confident it can even
be increased,) as would enable the directors,afterthe
payment of all working expenses, to declare a divi
dend at the rate of ten per cent. per annum upon the
present capital; while laying aside, within twelve
months, a reserve of £50,000. This compunttion is
made for tie six working days only, allowing a
margin of four hours per diem for unavoidable de
lays and intermrptiunsn.
"These facts and these figures, together with the
calculations upon which they are founded, I am
prepared at any time to submit and to substantiate
befre the directors and shareholders ; and this is the
coadition to which I still bclieve tle cable admits of
heing again safely and easily restored at an early
day.
Thie submarine telegraph ca'ile between Dover and
Calais had been repaired, and was again in working
order,
A deputation of official gentlemen from the British
North - merican provines, includdig members ,if the
governments of Canada, New Brunswick and Nova
Scotia, had an official interview with air E, Bulwer
Lytton, tle Colonial Secretary.
Meetings In aid of the new reform movent con
tioue to he held in various parts of England,
The cotton factory of Mlesrs. George Grant & Sons,
;llosgow, lhad been partially destroyed by fire. Los
estimated at £701,000.h
Thle london Giazette contains an order empowering
the Prince of Wales to exercise all the privileges of a
Knight Companion of the Garter in as full a manner
as if be had been foimally installed.
Tihe Lndon correspondent of Le Sorad nays that
the Euglish Government has resolved to authorize
tile engagement of laborers for the French colonies,
anlollg the coolies in India.
Tile steamer Teiot, with the Australian mails (alt
ready telegraphed) and £170,640 in gold, arrived at
Southampton on the 12th.
/Prallee.
The Paris correspondet o f the lndeprtndnce Beige
says the question of a reduction of the French army
to the extent of one hundred thousand men is under
serious consideration.
It is announced that a ncommision, composed of
three per-ons ap lointed by the Minister of Algeria
and the colonies, is ahut to set out ftr the coast of
Africa: to examine on tie spot the qruetion of immi.
gration.
The last dispatches received from China announce
that Admiral Iligault, after having taken poospesion
of the esrtallisbmecnts at Toraner had immediately
mar-:hed on the city of linc, the capital of Cochin
Chinn, anll of tle entire emnlire of Annua. Detail,
of the tlaing of Turane shoc, thv thie gunboats de
stroyed live torts in half an hour. Turane had been
deilared Frenctl territory.
The Paris correspondent of the London Herald
" It is ireported that the Jnge d'slal.ucioen ap
porieted to examine tile chllarge agailst M. Die bontal
cmlert, has decided that the incriminated article dleo
nolt lear out Ihe accusation against its ather; aned
tha.t tie will consequently issue an ordonnance de non
lieu--i, e., a declarationuthat there are not sufficient
grounds to prosecute." [This report ismentioned by
no other authority.]
I.Tesr.--Paris dtspatches of the 12th state that
Mitutalethert's trial had been fined for the 17th. The
pub.ic were not to be admitted, and no report would
be allowed to he pallilshed. Only the judgment will
alppear ill tile Fretch llapers.
irte Paris corlespondent of the London Globe says
that ialway is boult to lie adopted hy France n s tile
outlet ,il hr polstal omnlioscatioln with North Amer
ca, and that ti ever line will succeed in getg itg a
large sulsidy trom the Emperot--the projected Ilavre
htie having withdrewn ie faIvor ol the Galway enter
prise.
The returns of the Bank of France for the month
ehon a decrease in the cash in hand in Paris of 13,
3110,000 ranes, and in tile brancht banks of llt;O,O0lo
t'aucs. Thle disclunts had inreased 17,t00,000. The
Bi,-re was buoyant on tle 12th, and the 3 per cents,.
advanced to 74.25 for monetiy.
Spatn.
The Iondon Times says in its city article:
"According ton a statement received at Madrid, the
panish Goverintent seerms liely to order their fleet
at Cuba tol proce-ed at onie to demand satisafaction
frim Mlexico on tile matter in dispute between tihe
two countries. P'robably the countenance of tho
renslieh Gbovertnmet twho are likewise reported to
htave sent additcuu.l hip-olswar t, that loint, is re
lied uponu in thts movement, while it ias tto kl.wn
tlmt IEngland has serious demands to ni-ge, lwhich
will cais her to insist upon redress at least equal to
thalt lwhich nlay Ire accorded il other cases."
A letter tlOn Mladrid states that a Spaluishl fleet,
iiot-titig of eight stalamecs sailed front Cadia on the
I(ilhi fui T'ngitcrs. It is adlded lthat the fleet has
r lerd , after Ipresenting the demands of the Spaoi-h
ioverntueot lpou Miuesh to scoeur tihe coast of
A'ilca and d,--troy all vessels manned by the Rill
tuor, whicli mniay he oillud without regular papers,
and treat tlhem as pirates.
Acollllts froal Cadiz sLate that the second portion
oif tile riuoltcemttentsa or Cuba was ready to sail at
it momentsi notice, comltileing the expcdition to a
lorce of 2,100 iuntttry, adl 31111 marines.
BElt.i,, Nov. 12.-The ipreliminary electiuns here
tol.ay resulted entirely ito t[vuri of the new mitistry.
'ile dmetri-as Coaull at Ilrerneo had received
froln tle Ulited States, ianld ilesented to thle lailt
fll, whII, it wnas inteticll t bauldSntle silver sperak
"The I'lre-idlt-t the l uitcrl States to 'aptain
W.Vilrtll.-n oI the Iblete Ilt k b Lara, for hi hiu ahitiue,
z onIi clini o ll r c',eslul elittls i releclillc oue of the
l~senlucr, n adtwoi of tile crew of tile stenamer Cen
itral Aml cit.a, lo tile perils ol the ea.--1.,i"
The St. Peltersclrg Nirthern Bee phlishei an as
ioeiut ,i tlse re-establishment of the relatiuons between
lthe Ii.,as oantd Chinese, on the 2ltb of August, at
Sclinnuls,-lt-'it I hildga, in aWesteru Chita, and
the-lt-+ttnli iiaucgiiraltio of tile esttislltc ractory.
Notwilt-itstndinig ihetvy rtoto, naviaigtion w00 still
Sllth at St. Leleetbor.h iII tnhe lutit oult. The tton
it ittir wa-'ir ircolatiUg in Italy to tie effect that
thie Eulpt-crc ofi tlissia, ill order to ranke his etalti
litus polilion it Villa Frani-a nisre elbctuol, deuirei
tii Ilp "c e tit e Ilrtrittcilaiility of Montaco, eltich io
ahloit c-ts tl , it. It a-as belieccd that a'large oglbr
w0uild Idut c I-steisoed by the Prince of Mlonaco.
TIII iltuissiau, aitnbasnad-ir to Jatiun hard rriccil at
httrtvilhtib with on advatntageous treaty ohish Ite had
-stilecdl iii tnegortiatintg.
flit- V itiperor Alexnatder hail addrcesed the nobilit
of Moicw in b-race and seo-ere terals on the a)althy
they hace di.llas ed in cef'erence to the abclitiuu ,l
eerldiiim.
At legratirst rot Beortout announces that a general
taitatiit wa-a- reib-tiog in Asialtic Turkey. ic-urrec
tines had tiki dil-e at aeveral plao'-u, and tlonat
cnlll. The ttlcli. hvill leltrweeu Tri)li diot idleppc
h,iii ivcIl-. il. (:Tnlulb-iti nlicainU was ititerro lted
ta-st-u lihe ,lilhtu atId Tripoli, ond bctweeu Alex
[lie yuislace at ilecr,-tt tad been sent ngainst thi
TI di.,iiutrder in the Libanus had been appeased by5
Illtln.
TI- Cal-lilta manillo of October 9th renched l.sndion
,1 his ui'lthll I" the l2thll,autwoiuld sctreely arrive in
il-wr )eel it tittie fbr the Africa.
The au:tl en ni -o ws to comolence in the l est week
ihl().ht·dwr, lo.,rd Clyde had goneotl .ucktow. wehb'il
S~!lI hetb tllvep[tti.rtteltu, aUd the iuoveroc iet(i-enal
s hsoconnt solrd Elgitt had sn-angel the tarilf alt
S!lalinahl, he Ittv- II receed to tlI-)tttg-l6--t, uwithl it
wit-w-f -ontiUg to sUnI underasandiug a ith the au
At Cattle there was no appearance of a resump
I tion of bhlainc s.
Teiatetre e irni. A larce lusiteob had been deoe
at Sfihnbai it idreens for Atnericau acnouOt, at full
Jnpan.
(Cholera was carryitn oef a great number of people
in Jlpat. Its tirst appearance was said to have been
alter the arrival of aa Ameriaa maw-of.war, o boeard
of which a case had occurred. The circumstance had
prej'diced the Japcnese against oheigper, They
sopposed their wells bad been poisoned.
The Mortara Ahdsetlan.
Piem theT7,onoo Dllatr tewsofths ieh,
The Coriere Mercantile, of Genoa, contain some
details of this ditreeiag and scandale.e affair which
have not been pubnhlished before, and which show the
cruelty of the proceedings in a most unmistakable
manner. It soya, the affllicted father, having arranged
his affairs at Bologna, started once more for Bome,
and his poor wife, whose distess of mind aince the
child's bshduction has been tenoae t, deeded on ac
companying her huband. Bat when they reshed
Rome, they were told that their son had been re
moved to Alatri, a plate rather nore than ifty miles
off; and thither they resolved to go, thengi the
mother was erxhausted with anxiety ad fat.logs.
As soon as they arrived st Atatrt (am we la
from a correspondont who ha sent mthaiedteis)
they obtained the services ofa woman to g.lde thesm
to the house of the rector. This worthy was absent
at mass with their son. The father left his wife at
the rector's, and went to meet the rector on is re.
tarn with the boy. The reetor wos accompanied by
a hrother of his, and when the father approached tihe
gate of the church this churchman slatrm.ed the door
in his face. The father then went and stationed
himself in the street, waiting their coming out from
the church; and in fact, after some little time, the
rector, his brother and the young Mortara did come
out. Instead, however, of advanciog to meet him,
they tarned off by the opposite street, dragging the
child along, who from time to time tamred round to
lok at his lather, and streggledtogetaway, that
he might come to him. Mr. Mortars returned to the
rector's house, where he had left his wife, sad there
for two hours longer they waited for the son's return.
but to no porpese. Looking oat of a window. hM.
Mortara then p erceived that two gendsrmnge were
watching in the street. Thinking they might be
waiting there for him, be left the house with his wife
and waiked up to them to se what thetr Intentions
wre. These men did not opeak, but they followed
M. Mortars and his wife wherever they wegt.
A few moments later theJew andmb wife perceived
that they were being statred at in a nonactns g maoner
by the inhabitants, and amon became aware, bhehe
cries they heard, that the people had been tafrgt to
believe the object of their toming there was to nar
der their own child. Calumny, awe ,sesegtaays
a tavorite weapon with thepret. Seetngwhat dm.
ger they were incuorring, the unhappy pMent took
refuge in an hotel, An officerof the gendarmserie,
called a marechal, and an inspector of poice oon en.
tered oand demanded their passlport. As aeon a it
was held to them they seized and kept it, desiring IL
Mirtara and his wife to repair forthwith to the Gor.
eraor's. This offcial told them he waso not ignorant
of the motive of their coming to Alatri, but that it
was of no use,for without a fresh permitsi onfrom the
Pope,they would decidedly not he allowed to see their
son, and he thereupon desired them to quit the town
within the space of two hoers. So they returned to
Rome, and here they met, it is tree, with more ha
mane treatment, for the Secretary of State gave his
word to the mother that the child should be recalled
to IRome, and that she should be allowed to embrace it.
On the 11th of October she wan in fact enabled to
see her child, and the poor woman, in a letter she
wrote toa friend of hers at Bologna, thus desgribes
the interview: "This morning I ond myhushand
went to the Catechomens, and they told us that the
rector and my dear child had jost arrived ; we mount
ed the flight of steps, and very soon after that we had
our d:rling Edgar in our arms. As for me, I hissed
him over aod over again, weeping and sobbing, while!
he answered my hisses and embraces with his whole
soul ; greatly excited and shedding tears, the little
fellow struggled between the fear of those who hare
him in their power and his immense lore for us, but
this at last triumphed. He cried out quite load that
he wanted to go home with his parenta to his brothers
and sisters I told him to remember that he wasborn
a Jew as we were, and that it was'hia duty always to
remain one. Hie answered, 'Yes, dear mamma, I
-hall always take care to eay the Sheman every day.'
I added, that we had come to Rome to see him again,
and that we should not leave the city without him, at
which he appeared glad and happy. all this took
place in the ipresence of the rector and of his brother
and sisters."
F.uo Suavs'roawr.-The Caddo Gazette of 8stnr
day laot says:
In the beginning of the week, the weather was
very wet and disagreeable, but we hare experienced
cold weather ever since, and the frosts which have
occurred have again rendered our streets pleasant for
thoree who are engaged in our daily increasing busil
nse traffie.
Daurilg the past week great nombers of movers
have passed through our city en route for Texas. One
ipanrty alone tad about eightynegroes with them. Our
neighbor State must feel the advantage of such con
ti.ued migration, and her resources must he greatly
aided by the inilux of so mich valuable property.
We wish thee well, State of the Lone Star.
ANOTHER MAIL AGENT HILLED ON THE .ILROAID.
The telegraeh gives us the particulars of the death
by accident, on the railroad, near Columbus, yester
day aternoon, of Alfred F. Davis, through mail
agent between this city and Baltimore. He was lean
ing ott of tile door of the ear, (side door of course,)
when his clothes caught on a wood pile, and he was
jerked out and crushed. It is, however, presumed by
snce, that he lost his balance and fell. He was horri
bly mutilated by the car wheels. His home was in
Baltimeee, where he leaes a wife and chbldren.
[Cincinnati Commercial, 27th.
A NEW POCKET IlEVOLcER.--Mr. Sharpe, thelin
vetor of the celebrated Sharpe's r flet, is about tak
ilg out a patent fIr a new pocket revolver. Besides
being mtrch lighter tian those which are in common
oe,. it io made in such convenient form that it can be
very solely and easily carried in the vest pocket. It
han always been a great drawback with the different
kinds of revolvers that they are so difficult of loading.
I bhi is remedied in the pistol of which we make men
tiu : fior in place of capping and loading with pow
der and tall, it is loaded by the insertion of a cart
ridge which contains the powder, ball, andecap. The
barrel is grooved like the rifle, and the cartridge is
also grooved, so that it not only possesses the advan
tagc of thility in loading, but of accuracy in aim.
Thiis imp roved revolver will be manufactured and in
tile market in albout tour mths. Notwithstanding
its diiniotive size, it posseese considerale efficiencya
laving thrown ha all acr,.s the Connecticut river, a
diotance of three hundred yards, and having also
penetrited a two-inch hoard. [Washington Union.
A SAo A atnn.--A shocking calamity occurred at
Norwalk yesterday noon, the particulars of which
have ieen Iornishled us by Mr. oust, engineer on the
Clevelad and Toledo Raiilroad. A few weeks
since Mr. McKinley, a maocluist, and his two sons,
Charles aud George, dug a well near their house
to the dep th of iity-seven feet. The well was about
eightreen inches in diameter at the top and three feet
at the iottom. Yesterday they commenced erecting
a cub around i the well. The windlass which had
beetn taid for dltawing up dirt was still standing over
it, and liy Ioe metas the bucket attached to the
wiIdlac; rope became uefastened and fell to the hot
tucr. Tne , tihe boys put his feet in the iron hook
at ttti tnd of tile rope and went down to recover the
bI tket, the otrer holding the windlass the while.
When some ten feetdon his way down the boy slipped
crom the roe and fell to the bottom of the well. Mr.
McKinley, wild with horror, pot his other son upon
tile ropte and bde him to go down and save his
brother. The boy attenmpted to do so but lost his
hold when twelve feet down and fell to the bottom
as his ibrother had before himt. A light was lowered
into the well to enable those above (there was alarge
crowind cgregaited) to see the unfortunate lads, but
tile air was so foul that the light instantly went
out.
A large number of men worked all yesterday after
noon to recover tile bodies of the boys. They were
raised several times to within eight or ten feet of the
top. but the opening was so extremely small that they
-i 'oul oit bi tulled out, and tell violently back to
tile bottuti. It was proposed to dig the well out to.
day.
'The blys were aged seventeen and fourteen years
respectively, and are described as smart and worthy
boys.
Ily splecial private dispatch from Norwalk we learn
that the bodieo were recovered at twelve o'clock last
tnight. Physicians state that the boys must have
died from the foul air in the well rather than from
their fall. Mr, McKiinley is nearly insane with grief.
The iodices had fallen and been pulled nearly up so
many times that they were terribly mulilated when
eventually recovered.
[Clevcland (Ohio) Plaiidealer, 23d.
A MAN IIMPRISONKD FOR HAVl it lls P'OCKET
PiCKuD.--The Cincinnati Enquirer says :
The picking of the pocket of Hlenry Saudford, the
Kentuck v drover, of 5i2,40d, at Wood's theater night
before last. wne he mentioned, and now have a new
lphae of the case to piresentt. Siandford,alter his re
tiori to Covingtoni. told the story of his tishali.
which was ntl believedl, and two persons, one hus
birther-in-liaw, to whbum he was largely indebted, de
lareitd that lie haid trtlmpedl up the tale to deceive
pelloph ard defraud his creditors. tMaking altdatvito
t t s titli bect. Saindford was arrested inid pliaced in
tile Coriogtion jail. He still asseverantes that he lost
iiesiiey ti we btie teated, and that imprisoning
liit for tis nislotnttec is itt outrageous terse ration.
Itow the aiter will cvttiatae,a day or two ll de
termine.
S1tiuCKuIGu SrlittnI.-l-Yesterday. about 12 o'clock,
tlr. Thnas lt igbee. employrd in the Gosport Navt
-arnd as a draft-man, b.ing ut.der the illnflence o':
mla uti a polo, went to his lodgings at Mr. B. Palmer's
ia Ptumlt teth, took his ttinket (he was a member of
the d l l)omii niot Guards) placed tie mlizzle to his
ide anid epriuging the trigger, discharged the coi
tents into his heart, instantly putting an end to tIls
existence. We learn that he was a maot of fite parts,
and a most skiliful draftsman--btt uufortunatelv a
slave to the demon of intemperance.
[Norfolk Herald,27th.
Among the prominent benevolent objects of tie
day, we perceive the call for the formation ofa socie'y
for the amelioration of the condition of women with
Ssnoring husbands,

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