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Thi'tl kliiiwi iit hII the HL'"li!il,K H tin' i.llifi', TIkiii iKwi't Imw Uhj K'.iili'H fiuitHiji uf hiy lift) lUa lurilld to lilt t-r ftilit.'I i'liuu kiinKi nt til the ln-.ivy iliUM i,il wnl ful nilitu, My ligliU'nt tain and tiiitil; Tliiitiiili count i t i-vitv tour tii a - IIiiMh ailuivn my cliti-li ; llvliud! Thi'tl kin ipt 1 Mil In 1 Ws, foiil an,l Willli, ' A any l.iiuiv' d im il. Hill npid tn bum Bit KiM-f. Ti ' ti ki...i. "'.v lii't ' t"''1' '; ( ( Oli! iliuu ho rlisli l tho hU.iiov vtavi p i, (i1. !, K,tak liuar Tl.y Bi,i,dimin " I'. iv, In- uliil 1- in "': I In ai l lii t- lil.i l.l.t!. I.i n in, a I !t in ri i nlnl'li ti.li. '.) in v fniti; l..t, Tl.v1..lr,l1v,,; ' luar l.i'id ! I fn-i-ly lulic ilin lull, i, l.ut.-r i hi,: Yi-., In tl.i) dr. mo Yiry Jrcg. 1 drain it up; llv mil ia ,wl iu 'l iiini! 1 Fiotii lioiirn Hi llniiir, Tf Mikl.l.Y I 'MO KV Siitiiid.iv in n mituhlc day in AniHter- dani. It twin the name a hundred mid j 1'ut the Zuydor Zee would not Miit tho fifty ytais a-o. Spinning-w hooln then, Kiiglihh trade, and be hud ofl'ered toseil hko sewing mai lnms now, were put ! her to Alike, to he paid fur in yearly iu iihide for the d.ty, tho hiiood nti. over- ! 1 11 aion ! h, with interest at five per skii't were :..-l,;ti,gi d f,n- theelo.se eunl jcent. and yeliow j.i tticoal, mid vvmiioii, old j Take n r ! naid Karl, and I will use nil anil young rose into full activity with j my interei-t with tho XeheiihiiiK and mop niid 1 room. Flnum and Man ?, in- ' che'-r-hn; (in lo get up Ihe fut-t cargo, down and doors, ptu i.on and sidewuikM lint hhc is it hlow naihr and rough in weic di lii.i d wilh wad.r, and 1iiik1,iiiii1.n ' tlw rigging, roplii-d Alike, t-kiifitlly tak uud hi othel m Wilighl K fitgt- in Ihe wait- J ing th cntitintiK nide. hoiisii or In ii i-hip Iii! the timo .f lie! Sin-'II go will enough hi fore the wine, eti liing mi a!. 'tiud's Ha ni,' tli.-y rail- i. lit she ? nr,d bi.e huh-N hotter than id it, that Sal ui day i.ight Mippi I, whi ii J any ciaft ill the i iv-r. You had hotter tho wctkty tlml kf(.;ivn;g ( f 1 tirgl.i th . close llie 1 :iryin Jaeiih. give hor a coat nnd litilg'.mio 1. m wtih i lu icd for the ! of paint ami cull her IfamiiK rmali Van lohM 8 find ga!ii - )ti(ih jiii ty eiiiu, ling J ll ii d. rliold, after our Kitst India 'i loth Uilo (ind's wiii'ik- of the tin roelor. I II go the fust trip with you, weikiiig dayn Miice Sunday. ' AtiKe. The yr.ir w,m ITiKI. TL" f-t i et Skin-; Thnt'i. ail very well, replied Alike, I'll p r' I. ai.e. Tho limine Antony Van ; take Urn '. ty ler Z n. an-1 juint bur, ainl Strith n V. 'll.o day Hay ild.at H ocloek jyou.Mv'iheer Kail, may fuight her. Hut in the i-V(iii.g. J ho jiarlor with its emhofctted h ather i!, win ic w indow ' t-he gem only by oi:o name, and that ix hi!in and vvnsli hoar lii wore white an ' the I'ti.-iitn Viuw, IYmu my mother. iai;d fori hi make them, wfih!;-l!o,l wi'.h , Tor maiy woik,t Alike and Karl, the a kingie wnx i in. die, and aiounl tLe'one r.t the idrp mid the other at Ihe tile ti.,v.', whiieii foe of wot d ha i hei.-n j outgo, wit? hm.y jotting rtady. Kttiy lightid to kid li e dun ):. tat A nti ry, thn g i i d. Ni. ihhiu f'.iinihhed en- his three dnilghlei K, K ri! 1 lloohit, his puitlitr in lei. lo jjif-jiiiiiH d::s, and J.-iiii ll if-!t, en k;i: ; hi.,- a leiiiih nnd 'yot.iigtt s.ii-r. An ngt I am.t wai tnore tl.itii l.iiif hsiei p m It r flour in (ho '(h.nii.ov coiLor, ami .ttl.: 1 side ihl till pit ad wit! liiipl.tiV of spot- Hi K lii!e, I !i j,:ii,i, iLe Hi! ! ti u l lil- j . , 1 ! 1 I ei l.li.t.t, til,'t.,fti ll.ie.-e, 111, 4 . , ( I , ti.f gm il iiio'i.el i.nv ,i!i Sli'ii). ;i . , , WI,H!.i t:(',!l.l gl L It : I s I u I I HI I t V i ) I.i. 1 i . , likU h.tuitt ti.i-t'M:f,il J..-.k, or ii.i:i-p- - I ,i I .,(,1! , , - k. iftl tun In ijlt.l.i. int. IUn.o ii Mt. It !,, ill- "I I .....i.i i .," I li to i i. , l".l iS'ii-1 I i-r, 1 ! k't.a Lad l'iiiii! j In IB hand lill ir J ha git i f. i-!ii Weot I 1 it .d. Ai.t'ii v hud mail it. tl w.th- l-lit ihiwty. li.- wn del mi I ii.hut that day the liii-f .iiia, whiih lidc : the J im o.' .S:ik.t i), II mf-Jt .V Co , o-tu- I tt.g f.t'lll the 1. , of li.e 'l'tai.iiii' at a st'.U mm .!--1 i.t i.i , i fc::,t ..id IU1 h.ol II- li'.ii ti.kti. J't;,r "I, ti,., ; t'i .'iit.--;i! r, w h' tu lnj B:'iijt l,:.tt i Lad 't- tt ki-l.l g. lit !.-i'.i.!t- wt.,.:d ' '. "' She oM Li-:.,.t: hi u t, :.;.'i.g . to gli.f. But K lui'ss-'iii was J t.ihi.n.l. jlht luoiuy tttit-taiij utii U.d t-v! u- 1 is M l Vluw I.-a.l 1 tin;, i t tij Al.ti,u- , i- 'i J.iV.m-i., !n r llii' !itt.f.'t Lnb ! Mi '. ', i t !"M 6I,il f.l.lntl . I l l I Ilk- i s.r- i.a 1 i-ij lr iii I.i l,'i.,i- ( i inure .'.Hi. tl l t If ) ii' . 'I i-t: f. t v.;ii!i I ft Alt' it. ' mn, Al.'m' : i'. ! J i . M " -i ! l.u.l i'.'.i I J t il -ii,,. if I: ,j! ii. in.: jj ci !i.t.i Aiii!il if ' ti r ii is.x Hi ii!! s v ii,: S,,i;., ' ; ! iili.l !h, ,,!:! !. Iim.w win. Hi ill. is & tt'l !!.!',i I .5i',v ni li if . ,i!i i:,!i I', ll..li;t- Stiii!' t.V 1.. (.;t r. !ui-.'i' ftii-t.i;!. tixurt I f.if i ( i !iiMn ii. lit !.i r tin). iLt : ir in .( ; ill t),i' I ii.v ho Lt itvt-J tut I 1 1 t! i- .h i-;-. Me ', I..KJ, tl.iil i,i .,W- It K ilU il' ii, til iil'1 ln tiif-,". : III ! Vlil'l ll.-l'il .'mill lliltt.lt ll' to w.i- ', i li..i. AnkrV Cist quiuiitu tl, i i!:,l ,.u!.l I-.-, I i, iv tiintla-r mi!? Hi ' 1 lirii-i stiv'.u vt.i's at net, i-vi-r h'liot i 1 1 - ;iii Jiflii ii. 11 is i itiliiiis l::ii) In-ill ' i'u- ni -,! t cf 11 1- fiilliiiy. Hi- l,mi ,i,iiiiii,i tin i.!:j.'ij fiiy r.nii' tf M it ' li..-ll'!.i, p. fi.i; III fil, tin' f..l hull In Vlri.ll 1 ij'l il I, l ,', ,'ii, . l.d ill. i ; !.!' I l.tt M li ' i,i J t, i-.r, nhulilifj l ill.lU ;iil!! t In k: iiiui :-, Kiilitili i mil of Lit. ' M-N ih hi.. I ti, .'iiiiiil tui tit itu a liw, I iiii'l il.f.i:'y :i-ci liny llu' pi fit v ni'iyli ! li"i', lis ini, iiiui litiirty ni.liiiicif 1 In t.ix iii'itlii-r. Il is (ii'il'ii in. ill to nij-lil, my luiyi ' nil'! tin- vruiv, lit.-r Ijiiinl in l.u'ili of Lin I hi-'I in ! Mm' fyc l.'oiiiitiful in tLi'ir es j I'i'i hhinn of inuti(iiiy j t i.lo tui'l love. j V' ll iiUVt' Kill fill -old Ii ? M:tl,i-!liii ! Ii..jir Jfitlii-ikin ! rqi'.it-d :; llie Imy, f.iKln l;cr liuinl to his lijm, ' iinl 1 1 i.ilii.j; Inn l.i iii! to Im-i h, I have i i.t-M-i' fuigi.ttcii, imt onw, that Otxl'n j vt ork piiy hurt! w.-igi'K.' i A iik(; t its hti'l hoy to In r, whom hf , iiil.hi ,vM il I y Unit leliili lot mi mi-, Mith Ji'iLin a ttoi il fin- winch wfi have no j KUiotiv in ; hut his hi-onzc hico itml k( nr j l.v fi.-inif rjivchim itimast the look of ijKililie iijjii. As ho Hat tlii'if in his mu- lol S ill ( SS of CIIIIVII8H. With his Dillllish .iji in full ihiy, hi! Diiyht. hiivo pus.sfil for ono of thoho (ihVtiiiitiscnmi.il from whom Skiiior Lm.o hu.l hoi-n iuiiih J. 'lij(it) was r liuii! whin Kurl Hoohlt ltml Hpi-cuhilCil on tt liiulch hetwooii his partiui H Rim mill his own aiul only ihinghli r, n ml the young folk did not think Unit event oven iinpossihle yut. l!i;t Kurl whs thinking othorwiHi'. Anko iiniilii good wage to he mire. Ho was tiTiipiTuto mid iinhiHliious. If it ! w ii s not lor Ihb fiithor's hirgo futuily ho j might hiy hy Mmiolhing, hut an it wan lie would nevtir be worth n stivc-r. Joan j must do ht-ltt r thun Unit, wns tho con- ! elusion to which he was corning, when i t tho news Auko was telling his mother : over the hei r tunird his musiiigs to nil- ! other chrttim-1. I 1 lie caption ami owm rof thfinyiler i ... ,, , , , - , j '', in w Inch oi aft Auke hud idwayB sailed, was Juooh StevHiiKon, who hy ! oin rying ehroso nlid gin to the Baltic !. ' , ,, . . , . , , , ton iih, iiml suit hsii hack to Ainiterduiu hud I'oahV.ftl Hnflieieiit gain a to open a (nth) with r.ugland. lis Into King hud her n n malu t for ten and Chinese silkn, of which Amsterdam wait the e'lior.'um. : uhp i my .lii, and iim long ax I nail her I her ttlH h of iim n. ill thiir hoi s-. Country folks himight S.-hiiiipps in hottlm, Ho!!.n in delft, and gin m Inn i els and Is, wiie carefully sttitod away i'-'sl t to!,-., Hi li.e e(HI hhipi, hold. Her l.ottum '.tas in wlv i"j ; oK-.l, a row liui e-hcad, j.i --k-fkU 'I l y J.iHiiti Kt if fui g iiid hick, ;-t t j. nict !r,J i,i,,iei l.t r t ew, and s'ne I iiv .ii l;i!;'i' ii t; is nil in j rn, 1 i ,n i Vlt.w. l"y (hie Hod lie of July she 9.IK I i U i'l :tii. 1 mo ti.t- v Fan lie v.t-ii, n.v bi'V ! feiii-1 h,j g?.o.l . i.n.t..i r aa !,e 1' i.k It Hit' of hill! nt the "I e't tin; g.tj' of lilt kli:ii:in r mutli- l'iiT; I ti no ut bom", ai.,1 in uil 1! il that toil s WOIK l.siii Miit i s I .v i.i it :;.i !i..i r !i.i.t, fts. l all the od '.Lit t ymi hate tinght lue, liio!h ; Lt.t ki i J a I t a v o lo ui I and take no j'i'.i t If mi; giHtl bye! i..iil the .;.;.; i-k j J or, a:. I a.tl.lft the h-.tir he '.i,e t ' k i f t . Fl.itinli lo, & ,..i.g d , the Am ( 1. lit l.t :; J ai.'.e 1 tii-p Hint h.gh- -.ii .-I. i.i'i ..i i -f..ih. -.I i ),, i, i.; i.i ,ti v hii. ,d ,, y,. ;, . , t ut a fV.i t:M..-.l Li r tl.iwu the h. r Zv, our the Noith m, ai-d up i I t.'.e .v. i.i, 1 s,. Mill ! Ull.l kit .1 h'., tliul i 5 t -i i g"t Ihe e -i.f.u '! rtiiiitikiiig tlist a j n an r.t. hi ii the the tmiioi-t he knew. 11 1 ir d ht.i.t.tii( a the j ort of lh t.l, whiiotlm Dutch tradi k had fi'iiiid a mailt t tur f.ir.tu tluir t-.nln Hl IU Lint &l I II 11) the J'.litie. At tl.m liiiio lYlcr, aflfi ward culled the (in at, it hi nit from his threu yiai' truto!.: lie h.-td winked im a .liip-cmpi nti r at the Zian lttni dm k-vni-Jt,; had Ii At nul lope luik ing, ttail mnking nnd Miolh wmk; had wuiu the Jn-M of a woikmar, uia.le l.i.s own lire, imi'ed his pot, i-wipt h is lodging, car ried timl't i on his shoulders, ami rnn fmmed in every H'pect to tho eu4omn of the )aid; and he .ih now carrying out icMiiin in lius-U Mich an in any ot her way ten ci ntui'ioa would never have nocttiiipliihed. He had crealed a a fh i l, disciplined an ai my, e(nhhshed a nnivei sity, nnd whk now tng.ige.l in laying the fotiiidntion , of a city to be called nfler his own intmH. Fixing up on Crciiisfadt as the Imatioii of the fort to protect the mouth of tho river upon which the capital of all t' e liiih.iiitns was to hlaiid, and preiiaring the drnw int;s with his own hand, ho left iU cue cutioii to jino of hia eugeneer ofl'icers while he it tiiriied to St Petershurg to push forward (Iiokp almost HUfierhtimiin woiks, which at a cost of nearly half n million lives, have made it what it is The eastern coasts of tho Baltic, form erly divided between Sweden um! Po land, had nlso fallen into Peters hnndB almost to thn walls of Pierel. All H is tho skipper of the Frisian Vrow knew little of. Dutch cheese found a market at Hovel; in row straits had to be threaded; sand hanks nnd sunken bars made, the passage perilous and Anke understood that the ninster's eyes must never bo closed until sea rnom hiennie plenty. The fiolstiee weather, too, grew thick; squally winds knocked tho old ship uneasily about. Narrow channels kept the snilor on the lookout. And nfter several dnys of shifting gales and darkened skies, Karl began to get impatient. Scrambling ono morning to tho deck, he found Alike as usual at the holm. Are wo far from Hevol, now? inquir ed of the strdy skipper. If the wind hold fair, replied Auko, wo shall make its harbor before noon. Yonder is the gulf way too leftward. Karl could see nothing in tho direc tion indicated hut a waste of foamy waves, and on the right distant out lino of a high nnd rocky const. There wns a roaring sound of wind nnd wat ers all about them; but through it came tho deep boom of an nhirin hell. There's a ship in distress, said A'ike. Hans take a glass and see ifjou can mako her out. Hie mate, a gray-haired, hut netive seaman, had scarcely raised tho glass when ho shouted, Captain, she's a fish ing smack ashore on Diver's ,Sl)oals,and her crew are clinging to her riging. Boys, we'll save thrni, said Auko; the case may ho our own. Ay, Captain, replied Han, but should we losj this wind, who knows when the Frisian Vrow will drop anchor ? ! V e shall misH the market, too ! tried Karl. Don't be a fool Auko. ; This ship is called aftei my good ; mother, stiid tho young skipper, putting j about Ihe helm. Before I left homo she ; told me (rod's work hail sure waged, ; and I believe it. Boys, we'll save those j poor fellow s ! j Well done, Captain! cried the ciew : with cheer, and while Karl went below I to grumble at Auko's ill hick, the Fris- i iau Vrow bore down on the foundering vessel, and Alike Strnlen, wilh four sai- jlois, were gallantly rowing the ship's i only boat through the hrakers. The Jlitllo bulk was fast in the sands. A heavy surf broke over lux. The crew i the master, thiee scttuieii, and two bovs all Sweders clung to the spars and rigging of the hopeless craft. They were all rescued, wet, cold, and nearly ; famished, and taken on hoard tho Fris i iiiiiii Vlovv thankful tor their presorva ' lion, but unable t speak a word of IDiiich. The skipper gave theiu dry i clothes and a breakfast, and hastemd : to look after his ship, which was aliiady in tioiible. Tho wind had voi re 1 due west, and there was mj . getting Ihe right course. The tailing i tal ked an 1 roofed and hauled up, but : the Vr w was utUriy ruimttiiBgeahle i against ti e guie, and there was nothing i hut to I tin 1 1 f,.ie it. Yes, gruiiii'le l, K irl I Ins hiivr ii , V-Ollid ho. Tl.tr lillll kit Will hi! h,k,t ,,, i wo shall u,l he shipwrecked. But n nly wm in a Lii.it r t min i ;hii gltit.my piogimsticiitiiiiis; t sides, ; he was not the inly one upon whom j fear (ell whi n the vessel ,ent speeding at a late she Lad i.evr r failed b fnr ' sti jight tip the Fils.sh (iillf. ' (Jooglij Lu-al k!...wk(!i;e win, tiol-e of the i-ltiite.-t at that dnv. Karl had ' ii.iied the voyage, of the J'ut, h trad Uis. BcmI wai to him the iml .f the . wi iid. i-l.d line, bin s tnd giu " .11 be of ii' account, N',j wonder ili.iu, li at the woith iiiiiii took Hfug j It-low, to Uiedila!? ovr the fm t that i Alike htfaii n waa h.s father ami, and wou.d never c .am to anything hut j riou. J'lom tLits coiiUmpjaticu Le rust ti wai l ivoniiig. IL wind tho.tgh it villi Lit w fctrviig, w as utea ly, an I tie nhip wttit bravely on. The KsmseJ SuveJe gave a hmnl. Hani was on the lookout and Auke wan at the h.lni. Tiny had just pa,si d an ishttid whtre hno piles of stoni n were rdmping int eiiibraMii! s and walls, and where pen nant and bunting wire flying from poll and masts. Bt fore ll.em hiy a swampy shore. On the liht as the mouth of a broa l liter, into which the Frisian Vrow was standing. Whole aie we iiow, At.kc. asked Karl, holding his breath. If I read tho chait right, answered Alike, t' is must be tho mouth of the j Vrow, htded and tmd, masted and Xet u. j i i!ed, mi many times that there was I new r hea.d of such a place in all 1,1,1 a Krli",'r ct orii,1"t ,imt,,'r '" ,"'r v life. r, i,),m,l Karl, nor any one i I"'1 ,0 mi "'o'cthana hundred years w ho traded there. May be so, rephdl the ..kipper, but ! there is a report that the Czar of Bus- j siais building a town somewhere ou the river, and neiha.-s he will ,,,!. river, wilh us. Trade with us! cried Kail; ho will take our cntgo nnd make us. wmk on the walls. At this moment Hans cried out from the mast head. A town abend, Chi tain, nnd a bout putting off. The Czar Peter waa in the midst of that great woik which had been called the great enterprise of the modern world. Fins nnd Cossacks, Culmucks nnd Swodes, wero nt woik by thous- sands. Piles were sunk iuto the acres of dismal swamps. Solid ground was found here and there. A bay wns exca vated on the west Naif a dozen small houses bad been erected, streets aud squares wero marked by lines of tim ber driven into the mud. French en gineers, English carpenters, and Dutch boat-builders, superintended hordes of of vrild Russians. Tho Czar was in ill liumor. No bottom bad been fouud for the piles on which the imperial pulaco wns to rest. Bad news had como from tho north. The soldiers grumbled to lose their beards. Peter tho Great felt that uf! was growing bad, when into bis quar ters rushed an English ship-carpenter with the news. Please your majesty, there is a ship standing up tho rivor. Dunder and blitzen I sang out the rough Czar, wilh an oath that clung to him to tho last, say yo so ? Tho cap tain of that ship is a hero. (let out my bargo, man her, cnll Mehzikofl', and WO Will 1UU tlonu autl nnlculUO tllU Hist ship to St. Petersburg. The galo wns moderating, and tho Vrow under bare poles, was steadying her course up the river, when Auko spied a Dutch built Zuyder Zoo boat coming down, rowed by men in uni form and steered by a tall coxswain in pen jacket and chocked shirt. Heave a rope! he cried in sound Dutch, as the boat came nlongside. As no nrms were Been among them, the rope was thrown. The steers man was tho first on board. Flighting himself as he let go tho rope, he seized Auke by both hands and exclaimed. Welcome to you, good captain ! Wel come to the port of Kt Petersburg ! The Frisian Vrow is the first bark that ever sailed up tho Neva, ami henceforth she shall bo duty-free, though sho ear ry Swedes for a cargo. (lood, Mr Russia n, said Kail Hoofdt, elbowing his way forward, ' wo have a cargo of cheese ami gin, the best in Holland, ami have missed our market in Revel through tho folly of tbis young man, who would not tnko advice. Silence! thundered the slcersinali. Y'ou are the fool ! I w ill buy the whole cargo myself. His Majesty the Czar! whispered one of tho rowers, who wore a star on his breast. Auke afterward knew him to be the Prince MenzigofT; for his ship was brought to anchor in tho hay, and he and JIuiis had the honor tf dining at the chief of the wooden houses. llie whole eai go was bought nt a price which satisfied even Kail; for Peter the first kept his promise. Though given to act hko one alio fe-ir- ed not (iod, neither regarded man, the grout Czar nndoislood the value of comuieice lo his rising city, and Auke, as the first trader, leeeived under his hand a perpetual ri-mistiou of ai dues for his shin. The Frisian Viow, on h aving ort, received a salute of twt nty-ono guns. Tin-so boiinis afl'ected no one so much as Kail Hoofdt. He had kept very quilt while in port, but came Dialling ly up to the young skipper, who fctood calmly smoking at the helm, as thi-v steered out of the Neva, and clapping him vigorously ou the shoulder, cried, Auke, we have made a good run by j that west wind. I Yes, mynheer, suid Auko, my moth t-r'a protiib ha proved ttue. woik halh suie wages. Goti'i Thv mother is a ptud. nt woman, re - j.lie.I Kail, arid I think tLott wuuldst make a prudent aon-m-iaw. j aia of established reputation who w.II AiA iut aay hm pipe at this re-; 'o iIou!4 take active part in the con luaik, ami he anil Kr! converse 1 to t Count d Pal Lao, Ge.ii tie Uoy- their mutual sat.iifucti j Tn Viow made a .rur.ruu run to t tf).j j; I , are es. h 75 yean of a- jtU IIv!s;nfjr,wLi-re the joor hwnloijaud will probably not take the field. uriii hit.ded, Kt'.t thin, with a heavy c.rg.v t-t i.aH tisi , li e fVf 1 fli p silled to An.sti t.i.im. Il.i joy wai gnat at I,. me, and the gm J Vrow bsttnodlo Anke's story wilh toai ful eye hut a h-.ppy heart. The family j.,radii.i!!T cast t il' poverty a vox ii,.e s'u r tinniiti ;m un it! to the i icing city of Nev a. Bow they wore all provided fi.r by tins fi id ti tide ; how Auke ftltd Joan wire prosperously niarriod; and how Kai 1 inngiiifit d hin.silfoti that biugli; voyage; aie still objects of local tindi t ion. Dutch ssilolN say tint the Frisian nnd nt.vt r ma le a bad voyage. How- CVT tl,iM il " rl,l,n Ulrtt kh U ,'1""0 iU "il,st f""1011 of UM J j hu1's, a.. tnai on uie gai'ie-ena in ono of the old houses of Skippci's l.ane, in ,iiihlt idam, there was to he seen, twen ty years iii),the caiving of the 'Frisian Viow, wilh tho woids (in plat Dutch) underneath, "(iod's work hath sure wagon." In Miln- r a " lilmrm uf tho ltnltn," there in an ai-i-iiiiiit hi (tit iiiinitit,i(y It-rim all il'x k ami putt fort u-r, it It it h lvt, i Kikiil. d t" Urn lit nt vi'Mti-l w Lit U iiMt lii d St I'dli-i'iiliurg. i o.n.n t.YDKun my ink .- h.ih.h ' Of the French commanders, the most conspicuous are Marshals MacMshon, Caiirobort, and Bazaiuo, who will un doubtedly have the principal com mands. Marshal MaeMuhou, a descend ant from a family of Irish nobles who lost their all in defence of James II, and remained in Franco after tho final overthrow of tho Stuarts, began bis military career during the war with Al giers iu 1SIJ0, particularly distinguished himself in tho assuult ou Constantino. The ro establishnient of tho empire iu Franco found him a brigadier-general aud a devoted adherent of the Emper or. The Crimean war established bis reputation ns a soldier. At tho head of the division formerly commanded by Gen Conrobert he stormed and captur ed the Malakofl' ono of tho most bril liant feats in modem warfare. Follow ing the wurwith Russia cntuo that with Austria in Italy. In tho campaigns of 1851) ho again distinguished himself by tho celerity of his movements and the skill ho displayed in handling his men. To his ability nnd dash wore due tho great victory or Magenta, and as a reward for his services isnpoloon creat ed him a Marshal of Franco and Duke of Magenta. There is uot in tho French army a moro dashing officer than Mar shal MncMahou. A eloBe student of tho military maneuvers of tho first Napole on, he believes in sudden and rapid marches upon tho enemy. Marshal Canrobert is, if anything, better known as a soldier than Marshal MacMahon. Like tho latter, his uiilitury career be gan in Algiers, and ho first distinguish ed himself iu tho assault on Constan tino. Subsequently, placed in iudeped eut command, ho defeated tho Arab" in three campaigns in the last of which he displayed great military skill in the disposition of his forces. When Louis Napoleon was President, (leu Canro bert was one of his aids de-camps, and he aided in carrying out the r.uit d'tlal. Sent to tho Crimean in command of the first division, ho participated in the battle of Almy, where ho wus wounded by a splinter of a shell which struck him in the brest and hand. After tho resignation of Marshal SI. Arnaiid, (Jen Canrobert took coiumaud of the army of the East, and at tho battle of Inkerman greatly distinguished Liiusilf by his personal valor. He led the famous charge of the Zou aves during which ho was slightly .wounded. Ihid health compelled him, in May, IS.Vj, to return to France, on arriving in which country the Emperor treated him wilh marked distinction. During tho Franco-Italian war of lH.ji) ho won fresh l.iurals by his heroism at Magenta, while at Solforiiio his famous movement in aid of Marshal Niel turn ed the scale of victory iu favor of the French. For tht-so services ho was made a Marsha! (if France, Gen Canro bert is one of the most heroic men in Europe. In every engagement in which ho has participated he has with almost reckless i-ouruge, exposed h'u person to the enemy. As a consequence he is i,,,,,.,, j other evils comhined, the very aaitclua ifpiihir with his men. Marshal Bazaiue ry 'f God tho human soul ? But if, is well known to the people of the lint-; ed Stut. . Ho first distinguished him-j self m Africa, mi l subsequently served with cti-ilit in tint Crimoi. !,fri..,r tl.J Italian eamoai.'ii he lemaim-d ;,. campaign he lemaiiii-d in Francs on Lome duly. In lhfJ2 he was; piaced in command of the t rench ex j iwditmn to Mexico, and succeeded j .Uaiahal loioy ,u the supremo com in and In the sister Republic he greatly is- tiiigiiiohi d himself, considering the ; number of men at his disposal, aud for' l.. strvices he wns cteato-1 Marshal of' l 'raiici) in lhOl M irnhal B-i&iihe beam i V'UU4U"U ,? . ' in. ...... . . i. i. i rB arB,w,v(.fftl (,lliPr FM;Ij(.h gener- on, I vji.,t iii. .YJm.i-iti.tj are skiiiliil of- lours Marsha! IS-iramiav , ' ;!!nri.,"' greate.. ttwurti m cotiivuiutCIki: r i . . ai.v jr.r. That Inuitt indit d be A useful and le Dcfict nt hfe, thn work and memory of which, can make it seem like taw in gratitude, if not brutality, tt .poak tha truth concerning him who bore it. Bui the truth nhouhl be spoken, tiererth. less; and when w say that notwith standing llm great debt which Charles Dickens has roled up in hia own fur aud against tho Christian public, bo w m guilty of an irreparable w rong, wo rty only what all nieu know, but which for reasons, aufiii'if-ut and iiisullicienl, moct tut n keep to themselves. The great novelist had an instiui'tivo as well as educated hatred of sham); and yet we any it without liitternesa hia whole lifo wan, in a certain sctiae, a sham. He was a keeu observer and a faithful and fearless reporter. Whalap- .K.nraj tl) ,f ,illlt ,, him a wrong, and especially wrong btiro upon (Jod'a weak ones was attacked with promptness and vigor, and wilh such thorough knowledge uf its' assailable points, and audi unerring skill iu reaching them, that veiy littlo remained f.,r others to do. How few of all the intelligent peo ple uf England, comprehcudod tha full bearing of tho irresponsible and brutal systems of private instruction, in voguti iu that enlightened kingdom, before tho days of Squeers and Blimber, and Smiko aud little Dombcy! In this country, thank (1ml, no aucli evils are knuwn, for tho vary good rea son that they cannot exist But there is mi evil which is co-cxtensive with Christ inn civilization an evil, beforo which imperfect aystuma of education; stagnation of public justlco in connec tion with chancery courts and debtors' prisons; gambling, thievery, aud Amer ican peculiarities sink iuto nothingness. That evil is the one from which Mr Dickens himself most aufTorod; nnd to which, so fur as human judgement may decide, bis untimely death is attribut able. That ovil although there may bo a softer name for it is gluttouticsn. Mr DickeiiHdied of apoplexy .brought on by ovor-cating and over-driuking. This is tho truth, bluntly atntod. The great novelist, whou. in the flesh, did not hesitate to utter truth bocntiso it might utt'eiid. Ho evou took occasion to put it in audi unquestionable shape that it could not but offend. His right lo do ho has never boen contostod. Even tho toadies and lickspittles of this free country, quickly forgave him for putting them in hia hooka without fini tely. AuJ after twenty-fivo years of re flection and growth, the euliro Ameri can nation aro ready not only to forgivo what at first sight scorned a miserable return for well-nionnt hospitality, but to commend tho fuithful critio for hia truthlulIueHS as well as his ioarlessnesa. Very few men who have ever livod have done so much to hi ens mankind as Charles Dickens; and this enconium is good against all the charges that bare been, or may bo brought against biin, touching bis Christianity or his ortho doxy; and yet, if through causes w hich he might have avcred.ho died ten years or ten days sooner than ho nhould have done, who will hold biin guiltless f The euro of such a life was a responsi bility of no common kind: and that re sponsibility under (iod, was with Mr Dickens himself. Sermons on temper ance are of little account; few heed the words which are spoken for eobriely and prudent living. But the sermon which Mr Dickens preached at Gad's Hill on tho !Hh of Juno last, is ono that should have weight. No book that bo has ever written or ever ciuld write, can possess a lithe of lhj power for ! morul tfl'cet that inheres in the circum- slaiicoH and surroundings of thoso last moments. Warnings ho had bad iu plenty, but ho heeded them not. Ap petite was more to him than sentiment, or even than life; and so, at Lis own well-filled board, with his festive friends about him, ho passed to his account. The tidings of his death as was proper filled the two hemispheres with mourning. Tears of genuine sorrow fell in shuwersof tenderness, in remem brance of all he had done for tho-world. Shall no ono weep for what he left un done ? And shall wo do his memory the great injustice to f'rget that with all hit wonderful gifts of discernment, h fa;ie)i (, recoguizo as au evil that which destroys and per vert a, moro than all in his life, Lo failed to present this evil -lu iu .,tu,li r light, the manner of Lis i .i n i i t ,,,a,ij 'U "-dr ...ell ""fit nUU&xm ry. The cai-i could not La mora strong. ly put Will the world read il aright ? (Packard's Monthly. That bed is not long f nongh for in a, said a very tall, gruff old Englishman, Li. being u.'hered into a room by . r - i , . , an Irish waiter at one of our hotels. i inin. an vim iin it i, ii i,i,,i k.nr ttti . , -7 " , ' , 7 there'll be two k;l more added to it. The greateit plewmre of life ii love; , th gria'.ct possesi..n i hi alth; tha jgreaUnt nelieine tsa true friend.