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e*t« _ 1 ■ ^'SW; - “— - --- —C" BLd.. * vol. m ^KSBaKBEBinaaaBBBsaBifiisa LITCHFIELD, (CONN.) TK®8fiDA*, OCTOBER 18, ~ * *****=»*»>-'“....—* : I Advertisement i To tk* Agthmatic. and Gmuumptivc. fyiKEMH prevalent and fatal of all the Disease# JL HMideat to civilised society—the Consumption— mmr generally be traced to the lenK alarming of disor der, a flight but neglected cold■ By rstioMtUoa it ap ppurr that 150,000 person* die annually of the Con sumption. Most Mthese dreadful results may be at tributed to. common Colds, amt a negligent treatment of the harass ing Cough that generally ensues- -which ih usually followed liy difficult breathing, pain in the able, and at Inst Ulcerated Lungs. Violent and re peated Asthmatic attacks also hr tag oo Consumptive symptoms. One or two dollars expended-ih the pur rllAM of Dr. Relfc's Astmatic PiUs, tad a little attention to ibeir timely administration, will •nfally ensure a mitigation of these disorders, and ge nentlfy effect a cure.. The PHI* ore alas an easy a ad effectual remedy for the SymptoaM preceding, mid ac companying the Asthma and Consumption. I1 or Colds, Co galls, difficulty <*f Breathing, tightness and stric tufe acres* the Chest, Wheeling, Pain iu the Side, Spilling uf Blood, dec. Pew case* can occur uf any of this class of disorders in which lira purchasers of %. Rslfe's Pill* will n*t And a rich Mturn for their trifling expenditure. Prirr—whole boxes, 30 Pill*, i dollar; half do, 12 Pills, 50 cl*. To the lAulies! "YXTHITB and BOUND TEETH are both anorna TI meat nod a blessing. The beat security for their advantages is to be found in the use of the British Antiseptric Dentifrice. This olegant Tooth Pointer, with a very .little us*, eradicate* the Scurvy iu the gums, and prevent* the aceumelntina of Tarter, which not only blacken*, but looses, the teeth, and accelerate* llioir decay. The Dentifrice the* remove* the prevailing causes of of fensive breath, preserve* the healtftlne** and florid wess of the gums, and render* the teeth beautifully white. Price, 50 cent*. 87 None are genuine unless signed on the outside Sated wrapper, by the tote proprietor, T. KIDDER, mediate tuccttoor to the late Dr. W. T. Cwwit.— For rale at hi* Counting Room, over No. 99, Court Street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by bis special appointment, by Samuel Buel and J. G. Beckwith, Litchfield; JE. Cowles, South Farms; Daniel Norton, Canaan; Judean If Whittlesey, N. Preelon, Isaac S. Wadsworth, Bethiem; Newton If Henderson, Goshen. Large discount to those who boy to sell again. Pehrwiry 9 Iye5w35 JUST RECEIVED, A QUANTITY OF PURE LINSEED OIL. manufactured w tfw County—La harraque** Chloride of Sod*, with direction# for it# various me#; Chloride Lime. Hibberl’s Loudon Brown Stoot—-with many other article#, at the Drug, Medicine and Paint Store of J. G. BECKWITH. Litchfield, July 11. I68«.5 • MAPS. A GENERAL assortment of MAPS just received and for sale at the Book and Variety Store of E. A- LORD. A ugust t« Marsh’s Superior Patent fflflESE Trusses are constructed in many A particulars on an entirely new plan, and their advantage over all other trusses has been attested not only by the most respectable of the Medical Faculty, but by the actual aspe r intent of those afflicted with the disease which they are intended to allestate. An assortment of the above Trusses is left for sale, with certificate# of their great utility, for examination by those interested, at tea store of J. G. BECKWITH. Litchfield. Sent. *7 __»« N 23 W Book-Store. ■ TaRPtiy^.• i *** ‘ '* ■ ■ ' -iff’ . ' W\ * • ' "l ‘ ' 1 /'...■ ^ -r | tu nMCIIKM SUV* BKCKIVE0 A OEWE EAA aUOITHRT or Books and Stationary, TifHICH they are determined to adl aa v v - low as can bo pure based in Hartford or New-Haven. Goodwin Sl Galpin. ■Ti" B. Cash paid for SHEEP SKINS suit able for Book Binding. Ukkjhtd, Jan. g, IMS._t»0 J0&T RECEIVED AT A70TBB0ABZBS' SAU, A FRESH SUPPLY T CHON SYRUP. Chloride of Lime, 1 A. White Mustard Seed. Poohot Light* Mn Yaroish, Olive Oil, OS of Clove*, .Coppers* Paint* I.iasasd, Lamp sod I OILS. PAINTS. Rosie, Lemp lepper. Spice, N«Un*fiv*ad Alcohol arttage1:.; : 1 airwhich, together with • U-T; - - » v -J chaaed stock, will he sold for cash or good credit, at • foir profit, (hot not at cost.) to all persona, m he find it for (hair mtaamg tphe stow their patronage. lAKkJktU, Ndy 10, USE 9 DEFERRED ITEMS. Ten of the Jacksnn Electoral candidates ia Virginia m waled by the Atakaodria Gaaeiie, i« have avowed •heir ialeatiea to vote for Mr. Vaa Boren, in defiance of their iastraodoae. . , The Scercwqref the Treasury and ths Secretary of War weep on a visit t*W. Point a few days eiaee. Grtml Fir* mt AVwfcuir, if. C\—Thu last Raleigh Rryifttr, vMlif Iht hfidot pwtMcrt|rtt 1m falWw~ iagpaiafWI iatvBigesceWe stop the press to aa noooee that oar city hae beoo yiahed by another dis tressing calamity. At oaa 0‘docfc yesterday morning a fire broke oat at the store of Mr. Richard Smith, which destroyed every building ia that square, front ing Fayetteville street, with the exception of the bank of Newborn, which was preserveu with great dificel ty. Nearly all the housea were occupied as stores.— Moat of the dry goods except tines in the store of Mr. Richard Smith, were saved; bet a large portion of the groceries were dcatroyed. The boobs end the re cords of tbe office of the County Register wvre consu med.” LSfty BpVowwad kw daughters Augusts Ada Noel Byron, are living ia retirement at Brighten, Eng.— The latter, Lord Byron's only child, is now 17, and is said to be aecotnpti*hed Cad beautiful. WmsMngto* Irving.—Tbe St. Louis Times men I (ions the arrival of Mr. Irving ia that city, oa his way to the Upper Mississippi. The Norwich (Vju) Enquirer, e Jackson paper, is discontinued. Tins is staled to bo tbe tliird Jackson ! papsr which has become extinct in that state within the last nine months. A letter from New-Orteans, 14th ult. states that the yellow lever was prevalent and several strangers sick. There is said to bo trouble in regard to the election of a Senator in Congress by the Legislature of Ten nessee, Which may prevent a choice daring tbe pres ent session. Mr. Grundy is n candidate; bat Gene ral Jackson is urfUerstood to will the elceiioa of Mnj. Eaton. * * Murders.—We have heard of ao less than four mnr ders ou Saturday; two, however, appeared doubtful. The first was that of a yoeng man by the same of Buy lie, who was attacked by another young man, named Sera pore, at the Exchange on Saturday morning, with a cowhide nod spring knife, with which ke in flicted a large wound ill the lower part of the abdo men, catting the intestines. Baylie fingered nmil Sunday morning, when he expired.—A negro man, belonging to Mr John Kieltardeon, Conti street, killed in cold blood and with little or no provocation, his fel low-servant, Washington,"h valuable mulatto slave, al so the property of Mr. R. With a large butcher knife, which catered the nock nod came out at the shoul der. Ho expired instantaneously. Tbe murderer is ia prison.—A. (Mean* Argue. The Charlottevi lie Advocate mentions that Mr. John Randolph’s health is now better than it has been for many years, aud that there is little doubt that he will be t candidate far Congress next Spring. Great Wrt at Aew-Fomndland.—We learn freib the papers, that a most destroeliv* fire broke out at Har bor Grace on the 19th ult. wffich destroyed the Church and deprived 97 families comprising upwards of 600 i udividuats of their home*. The loss of property is es timated at 60,0001. on which there was but little inso The Cholera.—A reverend gentleman in Oran, was lately wanting in putting the body of a patient who di ed vl cholera into the Coffin, whoa a liquid Mbiiance ^vss qtctei ^bom iho stomaehaf the deceased, part el I which having Mien upon the reverend geuiletnai«*> Mger, burned it as intensely ae if the strongest vitriol had hoen poured on it. He ires obliged to bandage the finger. O* iaqairy, weAMra that there had been no medicines whatever administered to him do ring hie idaom.i Galway Free Prett. The two great parties'in Charleitoa, 8. C. by com mittees, of which One. HayacaadCel. Drayton were chairmen, have agreed that no raeert shall bn had by yither le bribery, iatoaieotioc, riot, er the prScnricg «f illegal cater in Marc elections, and that all im proper and unfair pmelice* shall bn discouraged. JtMhWrtd.—The Cholera continnca to prevail with grant severity fit Richmond. Up to Friday last, the deaths had ineMwwd to thirty-live a day, in a popula tion of 13,000. The Richmond Whig supposes that the number af cases par day at that time did not fall short of 100. A Napier Pima, af 1000 gaiaeaa valee, left London on the first of Aogast for Constantinople, purchased far the use af tbu Saltan. The private fartane af the Daephiecaa af Fra ace, whs fata auwry King Laepsld, ic cpwardacf 00,0001. Lems Philipm te giaa Par 20,000 asm, par annum, as uiat ner yearly income win ue w,wa». I Sag*akf af Dirdt.—A writer ia the Geaesee Far alar, aiahe* a mate meat, which, if comet, is a eari oae iaswees of tha instiactire sagacity of birds. Ua ha* bees for some yaaiaia tha habit of keeping hoes, aad always ohaarvtd, daring a certain season af tha. year, that the king bird would be easy busy among , tbeae industrious insects. To satisfy kimeelf as to the caese, bo killed e eumber of the birds, aad #q na» | i nation faaad their gjssards tiled with twee af tha dtama tribe, the others baiog left eaotelested. Tha aafortaam* Blase priaaasraat Haaoda not INd a* the awst hawaaaiea* tarate togadiar. M» D. Pay raaaat baa, lately, ahaast am billed himislffrowtheso ciaty af his cuWasgart, ♦* thraagh good aad Mil re peat." Priace Peiigaac, oa tBl contrary, thaagh pea siee, i* eat aaaMisMp, aad always prttnMetKatcoor teoua aad equable deawauor, which never deserted him amidst hi* away aad heavy misfortune*. If. da Rennet id* amuses biamrlf with the gate, aad chest,— Peyros net’s principal kill-turn is hie pan.—Fori* Car Obituary.—'TbaaoJbrtaeateCalvia Edsoa is aa lea gera Ummg Skataiaa. Dr. J. Bowlder, of the Asser ieaa Mnaesw, has recsirod informs tiss of bit death, at hie residuaco ia- Randolph, Vo Tha mysterious canon of hiaeaaaeeivo rwaaiatioa, ha* it is said, baea The dimes of whieb ho died, wus or Tap# Worm. Tbs won* is said ta hav* boos Her 14 fop t ia losgtb. ft this base the spay afrits seat awe* appetite aft be deceased ; Wmdiiqffm Jr*fcgy>-W* leant iasa a St. (me * *•» WtMrrip, had arrirad at that city, aa hi* way t* tb* Upper, Mississippi, whither he is (rise 1° 6»iKariaa bmmalf wish ladiaa lift,.* is-ppoaad, for thopatyasp of ibiqinmg sadism for his pea. I if. Y. Dai!)'Ada. ) <•' • *• ip .‘HWp*1’ in-irwirT' for m Mtnum OW f«K CRARACTMK OF THE ERESERT ROE. The present age is characterized By an lin cohmion degree of effeminacy and corruption. It eao boast of few raed who stand superemi uent in moral gnetseih; few irtio would be ndIRng to sacrifice their repose for the best good of their fedow beiags; fe*r who are proof against the aHusetnents of riches, and who hare no part noriot in- the degeneracy •f the times. Thesp seems to ho more outward ohow in alt tha walks of private life, and in all the depart jjnirrts of political, moral and religious scienccSthao sound practical utility. The pure aodftinadultcnited feelings of the heart have giilh place to a cold and eandess formality. Associations among the mass of mankind are wmed not so much fur the promotion of tbsteeneral welfare, as to further the interests Wfome artful and in triguing demagogue; one makes use of all his influence to supplant another ; opposition uniung muse wuto ajre oouna to lire togeincr in fraternal harmony, is constantly springing up, producing collisions, hatred and jealous ies ; matrimonial connexions are made, not] With a design of securing (Hit happiness of the parties, but to augment their wealth, and fos ter a spirit of pride and ostentation ; moral and intellectual superiority are not cherished, esteemed and rewarded with half the atten tion that is bestowed upon a purse-proud aris tocracy. Petty distinctions ex ist In every lit tle village, where the vainest and most shal low set themselves above the modest and most intelligent; and social circles convene, not for the purpose nf exalting character and im proving the mind, hut foPdissipation among the nu-n, and for frivolous amhsement, scan dal and detraction among the women. Even our literary devotees do not labor to add dig nity to moral chaiactcr.and excite the mind to virtuous and noble undertakings, but to ftl) the soul with mawkish sentimentalism, and to store the imagination With images of vo luptuous and demoralizing iodulgencics. Dis guise it as you may, I repeat it honestly, and fearlessly, that the present fo an age of ror ruption and imbecility. iVtth all its vaunted improvements in the arts, and its gigantic strides iu the paths of knowledge, it is an age of coldness, seif-aggrandisement, luxury, dis sipation and intrigue. Happy will it be for us, if amid all this sur rofinding depravity, our republic stands un shaken. If our patriots and statesmen have disinterestedness and honesty enough to main tain the constitution inviolable, we are safe; but if once ambition, cunning and intrigue eain the asrendanrv. w-e are lost forever : the general welfare ef oar common country will be sacrificed to the personal aggrandizement of some ambitious Ctesar. Let all political honesty be banished from our land ; let im morality’ and imreljgion prevail, an# we have no security' for a moment—our fall is certain, our rulo inevitable, 2. Expense of Lhinq it Italy—One lodges like a prince in Florence, and pays like a beg gar. For the information of artists and schol ars desirous to come abroad, to whom exact knowledge on the subject is most important, I wiil give you the inventory and cost of my whereabout. I at this moment in a window of what was formerly the archbishop’s palace—a no ble old edifice, with a vast staircase and re sounding arches, and a hall in which you might put a dozen of the brick houses of our country. My chamber is as large as a hall room, on the second story, looking out upon th#gardcn belonging to the house, which ex tends to the eastern wall of the city. Beyond this lies one of the sweetest views in the World—the ascending amphitheatre of hills, in whose lap lies Florence, with the tall ene mies of Fiesoti in thu centre, crowned with nioPABierj in hukb mui»n |><t»Bru bib weeks, while gathering scenery for his Para dise. I can almost count the panes of glass io 1 the Windows of the bard** room; and, be tween the fine old building aod my eye, on the slope of the hill, thirty or forty splendid villas, half buried in trees, (Madame Catala n's among them,) piled one above another on the steep ascent, with their Columns and por ticoes, as if they were mock temples in a vast terraced garden. I do not tbiok there is a window in Italy that commaods more points of beauty. Cqle, the American landscape painter, who occupied the room before* me, took a sketch from it. For Dejgbtwrs the Ne apolitan ambassador lives on the same floor, the two Greeooughs io the ground rooms be low, and the palace of one of the wealthiest nobles of Floreoceoverlook*the garden, with a front of eighty-five windows, from which you am at liberty to select aoy two or throe, and imagiue the most celebrated beauty of T^jscnny behind the crimson curtains—the daughter of this same noble bearing that re putation. She was pointed out to me at the opera a night or two since, and I have seen aa famous women with less pretensions. For the interior, my furniture ie not quite upon |be same scabs, but 1 base a dean snow white bed. a. calico-covered sola, chairs and tables enough, and pictures thrne .deep from (be wall U> the floor. For all this, aod the liberty, of the episcopal garden. I pay thrtt dollart a menth l \ dol lar mem » cr- la, and mr vice, aada thirty-five mends MJ _ »W# visile a day—item* not bill- Then forth* ctrtlhttt IfrrlthBt of cof- J foe and toast is brought me for six cents; and, without wine, one may dine heartily at u fash ionable restaurant for ftvelew cent*, a«d with wine, quite magtilfeentfy for twenty-flee.— Exclusive or post^|g and pleasure*, this is all that one is called upon to spend in Florence. Three hundred dollars* year would fairly and largely cover the expenses of a man living at this rata ; and a man who would oot be wil ling to live half as well for the sake of bis art, does not deserve to see Italy. I have stated these unsentimental particulars, because it is « hind of information, I believe much want ed. I should have come to Italy years ago. if I had known a* much, and I am sure there are young men to bur own country , dreaming of this paradise Of art, in half despair, who " ill thank me for it, and tabu* up at once “the pilgrim's sandal-shoon and scolfop*thelb” H'Ulit’s Letter* from Emrope. V "^UhbSMOM • V •*,*- , • From the Aim- York Mirror. FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF EtrilOPE, Florence.—It Is among the pleasantest tilings in the very pleasant world, to find ones self for the first time itffc Very famous city. We sallied from the hotel this morn ing an'hour after our arrival, and stopped at the first corner to debate where we should go. I could eot help smiling at the magnificence of the alternatives. •' To the gallery of course,” said t\ ** to sec the Ve mis rio ftahln f!rn#o •* said olie, “ to see tlid tombs of Michael An gelo, and Alfieri, and Macliiavplli/* */ To the Palazzo Pitti,” said another. u the Grand Duke’s, palace, and the choicest collection of pictures in the world/* The embarrassment alone was quite a sensation. The Venus curried the day. We cross ed the Pizza del Granducca, and inquired for the gallery. A fine court tiras shown us, opening out from the Same square, a round the three sides of which stood a fine uniform structure, with a , colonade, the lower story occupied by shops and crowd ed with people. We mounted a broad staircase, and requested of the soldier at the door, tb be directed to the presence of the Venus'without delay. Passing through one oflhe long wings of the gallery, with out even a glance at the Statues, pictures, and bronzes thatlined the walls, we arriv ed at the door of a cabinet, and putting a* side the large crimson curtain at the# en trance, stood before the enchantress. I must defer a description of her. We Spent an hour there, but, except that her divine beauty filled and satisfied my eye* at noth ing else ever did, arnd that the staftte Is as unlike a thing to the Casts one seek of it as one thing could well he unlike anbther, I made no criticism. There is an afttaos phere of fume and circumstantial interest about the Venus* which bewilders the fan cy almost as much as her loveliness does the eye. She lias been gazed upon- and admired by troops of'■pilgrims, each of whom it were worth halt a life to have met at her pedeftnt. The painters, the poets, the talent nod beauty that have come there i from every country mnder the sun, and the 1 tingle feeling of love and admiration that she has breathed alike into ail, consecrate her mere presence as a place far reverie und speculation* Childe Harold has beet here, I (bought, and Shelly, and Words< worth, nod Moore; and, further removed from our sympathies, but interesting sliJI, the poets and sculptors of another age, Michael Angelo and Alfieri, the men ol genius of aU nations and time*j and to stand in the same spot, and to experience the same feoling with them is an imagina tive pleasure, it is true, but as truly a deep and real one. Exceeding, as the Venus does beyond^ll competition, every imago of loveliness painted or sculptured that one has ever before seen, the fancy leaves the eye gazing upon it, and busies itself irre sistibly with its pregnant atmosphere oi recollections. At bast I found it so, And I must go there again and again beforei I cun look at the marble separately, and with a merely admiring attention* Three or four days have stolon away, t scarce know bow. I have seen but one or two things, yet have felt so unequal to the description, that but for rtiy promise I should never write « lino about them.— Realty, to ait down f ud gaze into one of Titian’s faces for an hour, and than go a way and dream of putting' into language its color and expression, seems to the little short of superla live madness. I only won der at the divhie faculty of sigfrt, The draught of pleasure seems to me immortal, and the eye the only Ganymede that can carry the cup steadily ia the mind. Ho,w shall I begin to give yop an idea of the Foroarina I Wbat can I tall you of the St. John ie the desert, that can afford you a glimpse even of Raphael** inspired cre ations. Tun Tribune is the name of a small oc tagonal cabinet in the gallery, devoted to tbe master-pieces of the collection! There are five statues, of which one is the Venus de Medicii: and a dozen or twenty pic tures, of which I have only seen as yet Titian’s Two Venuaos, and Raphael’s St; John and Fornarina. People walk through the other parts of the gallery, and pause here aad there a moment be*** n point ing or a statue; but oh the Tribune they sit down, and yon may wait h*ftcb before a chair is vacated, or often bdfor* the occu pant shows a sin *(W*. Eyery body seems entranced there. They get before a picture, and bury then eye* U> k, as Jffit bad turned them to stone. After the Ve dm, the Fornarina strikes me meet feaei bly, and I have stood and gaaed at rOilt "9 limbs were numb with motionless pos ture. There is no affectation insHbis. . I aaw an English girl yesterday gaxtng at the St.John. She was a flighty, coquettish looking creature, and I had felt that the spirit of the place was profaned by the fray m she sailed into the room. She sat down, ’with Ijaff a glance at the Venus, and began to look at the picture. It is a glorious thing, to be sure, A youth of apparently 17 with a leopard-skin about his loins, in the very ptitik of maturing manliness and beauty. Wme expression of the face is all * human, but wrought to the very liraiaof celestial enthusiasm. The wonderful rieh aesa of the coloring, the exquisite ripe fM ness of the limbs, the passionate devotion ,* of the kindling features combine to make-it the faultless ideal of ifperfect human befog in youth. I had quite forgotten '1' trader for an liddri Qu4eaMifi „ lure had absorbed all my attention, entrance of some one ^distur bed me, 11 looked arouad f sought a glance coquette, sitting tilth her hands aw ly clasped over her guide-book, hi .open, and the lower jaw hW ~ j . with a ludicrous expression of and astonished admiration, f dently unaware of evewthinj except the form befurw her, ^ absorbed and sincere wondereir witnessed. — Willi*. V*?* i*in - i • The Journal of Commerce publishes* several letters from Buenos Ayres, the last of which is date*! Aug. 4th, written by the Rev. William Torrey, ah American, who is the pastor of a little cttbrch and the teacher of a school at Buenos Ayres; It soems this gentleman had married a Pro testant to it Catholic, for .which both ha and the husband, together with the wit nesses to tho ceremony, were seised and | imprisoned,and the bride, with heir mother, pat under arrest In the house of a relative. When Mr. Torrey went to Buenos Ayres, in 1827, there were three Protestant min isters ia the country, by an of whom the . existing toleration was understood to in clude ibe rjght to merry protestant for eigners to native females with the consent of the parents. That consent was given in the present case. Mr. Tbrrey and the other persons apprehended werf taheri be fore (he Ecclesiastical Court where they were examine^ on oath and privately, wltb j out any information being given of thena ture of the charge against them* After wards the Notary of the sentence, which was a fine of $1000 each for himself and Lofane the husband, $500 for each of the witnesses, and a month’s imprisonment in the Honse of Correction for the mother end daughter,' to be employed in devotion al exercises. Mr. Torrey was about to claim the protection of our minister, Mr. Baylies, who had expressed himself ready l to interfere whenever the case should aa imit of interposition.-—N. Y. Eve. Pott. , THE SCARE-CROW. To those of Our cif teens who have not will be interesting, As furnishing an exam ple of his effective and happy mod* of treat ing the subject. .! Mr. F. observed, that one argument urg ed by the op posers of the temperance re form, against all exertions to suppress the sale and use of spirituous Honors, was—that that legislative enactment nAd covered the ' Whole group d—that the lads against retail ing and drunkenness were sufficiently rig*, and if suitably enforced they would *uper; cede the necessity of temperance associa tioni^-the authorities were bound Jo oxe cute the taws, and if they refused or neg lected their Airy, the remedy lay with if* friends of temperance ; they could dis place them, and put better mein ip their Stead. But, said he in substance, **|ook in vain to tap constituted authorities to do this work, or even to render us efficient as sistance. They bear the same relation to the violation of the law, as A tcart-croio does to the bird which destroys the form er!* com. You may dress up a figure "to resemble A man—give him all the habili ments—put a hat on his head, and a wood en gun in hi* baud, and place him in youlr corn-field, and what is tpe consequence 1— * or a time, tlm birds will not dare to Mr proach bias. HU belligerent attitude—lor your scare-crow is always placed in e fierce positioe-t-his long gun, end general hostile appearance frighten them ; after a while, howdver, tile birds become familiar with the figure, and enter a remote corner of the field. No notice is taken of their in trusion, and they presently set about the work of destruction. The figure ipmaina passive, and they come into its immediate vicinity. Very aeon, all sense of fear i$ gone, anti thW biHs collect about him, and some perch on his shoulder, add evah on Ms wOodeh'gob, and yet they remain un molested—-the least movement would over turn the scare-crow. . 4 JW so it is with thorn appointed te es-t ecute the Ians—they date hftj&f ^ for fear of jarring themselves Ml Religioa gives to and to eternity Ml tin glory; | it existence is n mere riddle.