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Ri'Ti,A,it tj i'aday, SEiri:-iitj:ic ;, isao. voitvnv. i.ir. iv r si i: it 7. VT. IT po i:t v 7 hi: ciiiustia.vs lion "Tbs Mla.iur lu-.n MiMiAi l Mr. J. II. ttes-ht, vr aks plciun ta riftaliog lantsi HheuM uniaw ,Vr thy Uv, UttHtku.'J iljc, Mug, hapr titter Ikte aorv, !); in Ibfir tarty tprtrj, , SiHHitd plaiioti at ilt Ijrth, Pad HVc lli huii r T, Tutu (!-. atrty (sua rUt, fHi". iMt tfste Wlttnu. If t rtr Utt ttstelft it rat, Tli" tetttetn.i , Astl jt.isas., savt la Wmw, tjpn lit aknji.t J.) t II HVr ihe nrtrlVtl Uetre, O'er tlip b rtlttt eersn drifra, Italia then thin jr above. Thrtrt tut for tht-t lelitavi. -Ilul oh, .CltKMiatti 'Ilirwighool lh) pattwv lweiji, skJ pMy Heel ltr, Uoitatb'tl fcy riirthty riii t 6liH lft lie, cttry llmaghl. To ttm pfmr ceij b given, .Not mIwbti l,p fur-tit. Thy IttUr rut inhtivtn, When m'ant tbi chtik, Ami diirn thy luttroot eye, An J ptilits U, huI wtW, Tll uf a linjp In die ; &elhupe tliall vahnrtr tlx rt, Though ltiii I1u.11 e-nli hr men, Tliire'. I1.01 b y.MiJ iliy !,,), There' rut for thee In ht.ivrn. ill i c v 1 1 a ti y V 15 i:t It O T II Al K N T. We extract the following from 11 work recently published, entitled "Cwirlahip am Martinet'," Ijj the Itrv. J. M. Davis. Our Pair reader will find it worthy a pettiest. What omimjti:i a MnnirriiMiiNr. The mod )iitctctin and decisive period in tin.-liiMory ol" oitttiliip rcmaint" lu be crinridornl. Wo have on ctcavotcil lo comliicl the iiiiiiu-r artcr trulli nli.np, from one elep to amitlicr, till uo lnio liroujlit liiin In thf.t point, nlioiilio is prciiiptr.l, ntitiinlv ty liih aOlctlotiy, but by tt'jjarJ fur Ins own chntactf r and tl,u cljucdcr of liia filond, to rnnUit tliono ilerlnra tioiH of atUilin.i'iit a iu! Imp, which, ifrecipriicntctl, uliall prcpart) tin1 way Cur the itiutiiption cl'tibliga tioiu the 1 iic t hunting iiiui aulcmn. Vlnt I lion ia Ilie naturn f n biMro'hinrtil t Ami vvlitt arc tlio circumttencc wbah will romJcr it null anil void f j 1. I tennrk thai .1 matrimonial encignnrnt ilups r.ot cr.nfiet in any nf the cmlilics and eoiirtrhim i.j'l life, which a ;i'tileinaii limy ujtlcml to a lady. i It 1 not iinfrnpirntly llio rai-e, hnnovcr, thnt thcac ie ir.Utakeii lor dcci'arations of loo, and llm i rnnnonioiiient ir niado al nncp, that Ihcy tiro u.n morn! Koch i tho iiiiiriidvn:rj of fritnda oficn, and morn frfrjucnlly of the lady lierofli; that tho common potilrnc and attt'iiiion, which an? orcr due between the toxes. arc conitriicit mt.i pri.po ibU for tnatririiony, and tho cmluinan hcara the tepott of hn tn(;r.(;crneiit, whilu m yet not even ;i dream of the tiling haa patted ihrnngh his own mif.d. l!y such imprudence tl.o Indy rui'crs hcrteli' frnm the ocicty. petlupj. of an hnnornblo and pol ihfd mind, nd brink's upon heelf and friends (lie modification and diiappwntincnt nhich will inevit ably follow in lucli cares. If a i;niitlrrinii alloinl lady to tliurdi ; iflig ccort hr to tho public at iC'nbty j if ho wall; Willi dor in the atroat ; if he occasionally iti-her for tho take of her go.! ho. cicly, tha tepott in not unfrrrpiontly ct on fool, by ome miichicf maker, or indiirretit ft lend, toat tbo pattiei arc engaged to be Kuirrird .' 2. Neither do an eonomi'iit consist in any potitCBv ot n ul intcrcogHO, which a lady may extend 10 a ccniicmin. There aro tctr.s gnitmen. bo ever, Gf ,uc, coniummale vanity, as to suppcite that such Heat- tnent la nothing lea than the irongt iutiitMllon of jx-tsonal attachmoat. If a lady mi ninth as luok rat them, they fancy that it most bo a love affair, and eUltIunl to tbo twtl direct propocaU for fintri--tuotiy. A smile, a compliment, a racial interview, . w alk ot ndo nf p'onure, w let dow by such coo. ccited coxcutiibs, si the nmtt oneriivotrnl doclnn lloncf tote. They tell of the connucti they hate made with an air of triumph, and never know of 4heit mnlikc till tl.ty train it in tint tesetve and xicplcct which the if conduct so richly deserve. 3. Neither dees n eossceinpiit roiuiiat in ov of thetc preliminary stops, which ate w ImfwtlaiH, in order to a just c innate of tfw character awl ijualiticalioni of the person with whom ymi would be united for hfe, Many pcrion. howerer, imarlnetlut etery such step is a ttepnf cwnttMilil. VS'hik the htdliidoal is oolr funning that wtsc oatiotite, wl amkiur Jo dicioualnvenijaiiens, which every one it boeud tn male in this alfalr, by a rocirtl to Us own bapet- cess and that of othsrr h 11 rorundcred aj fairlr commiltrd, without the vsiWiliir of hoetorable te treat. Hut lint is alt runi'.ntsvthrr It be tho mm- IIol tin. is alt h rutiff.nbetber it be Iho ten- I limeot of indiridmt nrmblif temianpnt. Tta. rprv obtct of tl terearch" is to ateertaia Ifthe cbar- attrr and tjnalifieationt f the person are skIi as UI nvake him a happy cowpanioo for life. With - .Ot) I such intestigatiou he might 1 welt commit hu tnletrtt in thi tntlter. t a lady "kh Ih had aer- er beheld. II mitrht as well be betrothed nan then cbildttn by their parents, without hit consent it vnoa,ieJge. and hiU vet in a tlate ofinfanci lie might at tatll bl.ndfilJ h-.mwlf. tnd nth ,nt.. great asaetrlUy, aud eWt, t couipawonat raodotn. I'xrtots Must opane their dao-bters are tittle lets thanaogtht, vf iheyea-pert t-ibctr-th thttnintLi tsinner iru 11 yeung u:i are n fvpcrnciti tn I'flrutnitM iivi:t Tiiimuv m LtruKU, WILLIAM l'AY. I niteir and ctms4tMMuiM itui u Mituu ti j aacb bosnnabi tad wut rcrutiuv. l!iry had Vtttti ! . (fi- tp lUt ulna uf tcrrto iif and feoat,n awM j j ' cow. Sacli ibouM b Im f-n1iMttM ua Una 1 iukpt, (Wt vry ituutg fftotliH Uwuld fl I : Mrairif at Miiirty la make ctery ncfMtv mutti- paiwim WtlKIM, WIIMjWI U)M.U; lilfHK tt Ike WjMiJt "f httK rnjuod, or f otlitr than h mUIo intUoB- if d.apaototed h fit Is t tit. 1. Jiwll.ft rfa an dtfacemsnt cutMatt tn the imtl utxiualirittd declaration nf lue tin ttie pa ft f Mint lu centlemwi or lady. Thi may all btt,ot tm obiijaiioua ate naatincd, r.o contract ia fotowJ. And yel their tin l We bo Mip(K tit Hth fall rfoelaialtun f eltailtnicfH Mnpute an obligation on tfcvif TrietKl, whifh raoui.t U te.i.Kd or violated. 'Ilia entlemuM, whoao pfonoee it always ioArU to CMa nu b dixlnauiri, conaidam tbat whaH ho.hna don llii. li ha HMHred by npll l objaet. Jhlt .. ... 1 ... ... I in. 1 ne lacy may uo wriniiy nnprcparvil lor w n mi oeiit. ."Swell a iliacioaurc may be made bffiue alio IR. rtiadt) the tiece"nry inqui,lit and m M'attgatlotii' hen elf. Such a declaration msy be tnaaW whii ho had 110 mtpieioii of any attaclimenl twt.np, and whilo tier own engagftnonls and eir nniMnre do tint admit of htr eiitcrtaininp ouch ptKMal for a rnoincnt. It i true, tucli a diaclu Mire on the pari nf a get.lleinnn itiipoees certain duiiw otitl.fi ! limit'. If bur ciroiimonccti nto ruck aa trtuWr ph fKB(eim'iit nnportble, abe 1 atmtl by cty pniKiplo luactjUNliil him iimnd'mte iy uUi the fact, and koop the irtmrrctioo n aeetdt. If her uircumMartcet ere ftirh aa will roadetr it pro per fur bet to eater m: a niatiimonitil enjrayBtBi i,t, I it proppr then, ihnt rhe oiftke In- proposal a uwttor of uoinmliAto and (crinDbcor'ndotmioii. If nho t telUf1d uith hia character, ami emortiina focli an affection for him m will render n otiioa with him happy, she haa nothing left lu but to matte known lu him, in a modrat and effevtiminto tninner, her cctptaiico of hid proponala. It-it if, sflor duo consultation and inquiry and deliberation, ho ia rooductcd to a contrary conclusion, el.u sflnuld loe no time in inturitiin him of tho fuel, iirn u ay Icatt likely to wound his tiFCf ptibiliticr, nr mor.ily lu pride. She will contidcr it. too. holh a dictate of inodoaly und prndenco and honor, J to ilii-clor-o the circmnMniico to tm living being. 5. A matritnonial Dtinnement then, ia when the paiticr, li ning made mutual disclosure' i.f'nf feutiou for each othor, In wow of cucli diPoliMiiri', bind thinuclieg by proniise to becnmc each other'.'' wedded companion for life. Tlicru mutt be n eon iiael formod.in uhirli tho pnrlioa pledge tlit'tielri In oncli other fur life, or there can bo no matrimo nial imcagi'ment. Nothing fhoit of thi can hone accounted 11 belrolhmtJUt, and f.Mliin ir.010 in ne ccstcry to ila perfection. 'rum the V. 'oil: .Vtitor. LKTTKIt ritOM LAUItA TODD. AVT cCIH'VI.Kk's OHAVI1, It wati nbnnt tho t wnnlittli of tho hot tnonlli of July, when people who aro at cntp, rating, hittinjj, or aleop'.ng in their pj acioue palaces in Sta'c-etrcet and whore lofty irmmN me enol'J by the frcli breeze from tho AllHiitio with roch returning tide; when those who hsve ice to rool their water, fruit to cool their blomi, ntid fan' loeool their faces, ano who leave all tho eobc r realitice of life which they en joy in thu mansions of health on the bonks of our river, i!l dive into those hot beds of perapi slum, the aftor-ctbios of linc-boata on the flinnd Canal, in fcaruh of MU. It un at thin reason, having fioiihod the buaincHa which called me wttt. I thought it would bo nioro profitable nnd more comfortable to adojit a retrogrnde, rather than n forwird inoioincii'. : fur, in the foiward march,you are firt in danger of the suffocation in tho cabin ; nr. rcenndly, of hiving your head ettuck from your hoohlora hy oro of thoo low-minded bridei1. j which every hero intersect tho canal. Ilefore telling my faco to tho east, howovcr, I took a rtnml lutwcuii tho living mass on tho cnnal busts and the (load mass of trunks, handtinxen, and other do iietlic lumber, tuntiog from the railroad cirs, Onolioary beaded velcran had no lcm thnn twenty-two pernon. contisli.-.g of wivoa, ferv.intu aud children of the firrt and Focoud crop ; the young onus cr)ing, tho old onoa ciejniiiig, the Kcrvantu nMMrl-Hf, nJ tho large drops of h-voal rollitig o- ' ver tho rulnnuid nose and cticoke nf tho veteran, I made you think of a Fhowor of red currants on a i mountain of snow. I colcuhto the expense of ) thw aenie cetan could not bo lem. than thirty dollars a lav : to bo sure at tho Springs they ex poet to hear munch en. dancing : but I though', tint ua paying too dear for llieir whial'c. I liogerod in the streeti, and etiterptl settle of the house hi Schaeeotady. I inrjuircd of tho no ciftil men of ihe city Mimo particulars of lint dread ful w later . night, whoo ;lto place was wrapt in o iieri tit a notue ot savage lom.tt.. ieo on bv a baud ul I tench ap.a-.ins vcit owiro ii vain. .. i t , htn the 1 reocfmv.u . .word p.ereo.1 ihrwgh U,o ir.'am si ifcf uroaat ami cntcreu 1110 ncari 01 iui 1 mother. When the kr.ifc of tho Indian, in yet tnortt iendr motcy, lore lha scalp from the man of ""e' 1 of that night are too bar. UK for my pfHi i hu- rtmtt juaily has thoaven ger tl biocfl appeataJ Ikvtr names, hy the Mlten who mi. t their aa..hoU,ds to these poace- ful Uiores blued U flrltik, beenuse they were wur- tbt f it fMtiy 1 stood am the btnks eftho Mohawk River, wboee fertile plains were made more liehby the bettes and bleod nf tiat failt.ful tribe. sfsel 111 defeBre nf the while man's tretide; but he hat given up the ;! ! where la 1st J I I met three ifioawi returniii- from the eitr : their ! Aii-im ttas mm I an I clean : oaouftkem wore a 6 ner Miet, tnd had worft frttamnt t on her ll ' mj rseek than btr companions, liar eounlruaDC ' was comely, thoueh tinged with melancholy. I oflered tbeui a ptlti ice. which ltsy tecentd with cvurtety. I felt i'dfuder on thef tocieljr. ! 1 t..i.j the buob crowds in cars and ear- t rt.-e flpnv- ahrti" with borne ajd ttesun, alt catch , f..iu .. Aim and rawnr at pleature at a .l.atveJ ihr-.i.i. iLe.r finr-ers. I thouchl it s ttrlo get 10 the pja. of mourr. ngthan :.'.eh iseof m.nh . th- f .rm.r a the e.J of a!! at I thiogf, and tha ,,v,aj vs. i isv t lu lha lea t so I . thevt cf twrlh era'k ,n; ik- th-rra under 'he p x N A T rOiAL T 8 C K 13 T . TIIC PEOl'I.K'S CAM)!I)Ti:s. V O tt V tl K S 3 it t: - T . H. HARRISON r u v c c k s PR A'NS S W2ICJ & Al-.TT.i IYZ il s o ic state ticket. r O It GOV K It N O It , SILAS II. J E IN IS ON. v or 1. 1 1: l; t . gov r. it x o it , J) A V i D M. C A M P . v o it t it : a .s u it i: u , AUG-USTINM ClAllK. r o n c o n a n i: s h , NO. 2....WHiOAZll SLL.ADE. DISTKICT SK.VATliUS I'OR wiiin Tiricivr. nonEiiT ri:nrohxT, WILLIAM C. hTI'TRIDGh THOMAS D. HAMMOND. mid bent mj slepa lo the giove of Aunt Schujler. This hniit-p nf silence lie- on the bunks ofthe ilml son, between Albany ami Troy, in view of the Isle of Hwatts, po b.!sulfiilly ile.n'ribeil Iy Mrs Cirnnt in hor history ofun American I.aily, lately repub llthed. Hero reals tho mortal part of thoo ho belonged to that worthy family, perhaps from him whoeo motildrting cloy lirnt mingled with Ameri can boil; and hero lies unslrmig, the sturdy orm which lirst stemmed the stream and courted the rapids of the broad eprrnding .Mohawk in searrli of Indian trafllr. While I sluod by the giavo (for rinerenco kept bncl my foot,! t llimi;l,t Imw cold '.vns tho warm heart ol her who onco spread plcns ore nil around ; who poured balm on the wouiiiIk of tho fallen Xnoiflrilbii, frooi ttlo liilieel -olllucr ..r hiti injosty down to tho hurdy sackling of the ill fitcd Indian ffjuaw. The graveyard 11 eurrnundod by e neat fence, and shaded by ancient trees ; iear by Mnruls llio manor or family maiL-ion, built iu the good old lashmned stylo of Dutch comfort. I'. wan in thin abode of unbounded horpitality, that Aunt Schuy ler ltcd, mined and had her bei'ig. It was near ly ilpprotei! by liro in tho Kiinimcr 17.VJ. Madam was sitting under a clump of cherry trees in front of the house, uncoiifcious of the liro vvMch was al ready making rapid progress in the gnriel. Goner al liradstrcut, commanding a lliitiah regimen!, then lying 111 tho vicinity, was tiding up to tho house, and first uhsurved the tmnko ; ho was afraid to alarm her, but nhon he tidd hor. sho heard it witu tho utmott composure. Keeping her scut, sho or dered everything in the most composed mani.rr, as if sho had nothing to law. It is robiull on tho x.iino plan, and part of the old wnll incorporated in the budding. It is now occupied by a lineal de scendant, ti widow a fine-looking', corpulmit Dutch matron of throescorc years : sini, from Mrs Grants description of Mudatn, and during nn hours ci ti vorsition with this lady In Aunt thuylor.i. room I almost fancied I jaw bofore too I Ins spirit and person of her who sat. thoro nearly a century ago when directing tho studies and smiling on tho piny, ful spuria of Mm Grant, the widow of Genera: Mairr.lliin, and other diatinguuaod relict) f the lays o'lang yrn. 1 here saw hill length por trait of Mr I'lalip Schuyler, d'etted as he appear ed beforo Queen Anne in 1709, tnd painted by her request. 1 he tjoctn ofwroil to inako him a ktillit bo declined the honor bv kiviiil' he h-id brottotrp in Amenca nut so tied as lumtelf, mid he did not uih to bear a higher title than they. Tho son and grandson of the present occupant very politcl) conducted me rooud the prcmiao. pointing out the potn and lucalilie teferred to in Mr Grant's Ami-iienn hidv. here I't-J jf'da feaat of reason , B(ld faw ofu d ncl ... ., . 1 uo lBlkr,(1 0, iroy; a gemietiian in kmw cJtil,tetl w hoUf0( company We talk cd of A.baoy ai it Uwkcd in 1707, when, as soon as the aun had sunk behind the (,'atakill M&untaim. vou might hai reett trie ubui H.nnlatinn in the atrrels. These prtutano beings were eoated in l... 1.., ......i....- uf f uf ,nc,1J,11-., . , do,,r JtmUK mr, lht Mr ,i,p pp.,,,1,, ,t , ll!rj y(H(faa tUlUng or . ,. . fjaijr. wIhI, u, ch,Wreti plae4 taaml the treea, r Waiid by lb coars for the chief ingMdutit ol j thwr.fiaigerttipporl, wl.ith ibey generally ale ft- j . i. il.usra iir. Then there's no hanks nr exchange toW ; nn Kagli) Unlet not Itlery oflkes; an nra nor piaylMaaea ; no lulian mpo, 'nor stage dancers ; ts ttioti .ingets ner wo- rrsen wngets , live elei and mtsnheys, bich .1 p i ...J ..n .j pren IU pwtHI Ul ' "M r " -w nut n wi lblr hard rarmoff. an I f ash. wtte ui.kiiotii. rAf-n the doctor and l.-virr tre fblignd to hoe corn A... i... ...1.,.. ,filai a,...i,.m.. a,, laid iy to rust. Nor was I induced to nait ilus venerated stmt - , by a combination f rco'ilrtion and lemimKen it r t.tdava eonc by. It was in toe years wnen t tLe ye..ow fucr seirf oof atrect, and tnwt cl ibc inbaWi0ra fttl lo thecoeutty. IVrreaa. s wi -n MtiaCed myse t. 1 a'wava terra neJ. ar aslr.tr s t g ",ief.".cr v ot , .. , 'v"i 1 I "1 e 'e, 'v a" ii. up 1 r sc i: 3 d i: t , CJMANtt - E f HUTLAM) COLNTV. I'MON TICKI3T. THOMAS I). HAMMOND. ZMlif HOW 11, ROIUIRT P1EIW0INT. Ihmisui" holoif going nway thoy left ihoir keys with mo, lo ho ready in enso of fire, or to nir iln'm occasionally, etc. Among Ihem were tho krvs nl sovenil churches, tho cily library, etc. Ah I lived IB what wna culled the infoLted dislncl, dining the fever of 18--, ami us the board ofhe.ilih under took to honrd in, .or boaril out the fever with n low hundred of Allany honnls, I, of roursr, '.viih bundled in ami bosnlod out tilao, nnd having noth ing else to do,I sprnt my lime nmong Ihn sick, Mid among tho books of tho Cily Library. Then I used to roam through fieldi 11 ml flood of fancy, entirely forgottlng tho signa of tho timiv. In one of these airy llihls, I hu.l my hand on tho .'lmerican hilly, prinlcd by my latu cctremed AtrKii.wol Cwln. l.ll, in tottfl. Mr tJativi- boll died u few mntilhs ngo.pfrhups the oldest book published in America. I had never heard of this honk, and I rend It with both pleasure nnd profit. Ill my laic visit to Scotland, I paid my reprr.!s to tho worthy iiulhures'a of this book, tho hononib e Mrs Grant, of Lngan, who, I understand, jet lues, enjoying good hcnllh in body and mind, in'ihc eigh ty filth year of her Bge. Conversing nbout the boot:, sho nrsiitTi! too it was nn romance, but 11 plain omller-ol-l'act fcttilrmcnt nf etcntf, to many of which tho was an eyr-vyilners. I would recom mend to fiery man, wcniim nnd child, having n drop of New York state dlood in their veins, to get this book, together Willi pudding's Dutchman' Fircsidr, (which completes the history ofihn vvor ihies refercd lo.) nnd if they can read without the blood dniicing through Iheirvein.i, their henrls must be as cold as the niitbio of Siberia.' forn very inlcrf !in; liulgry nftlni werthy crntlo- man 111, tro pauulnit uutthMHM'1 in ''irtiidc, mid Mis Or.oil hiilnry tliri-rkl. a tali: or i-oland. 'God U'tnfers Iho winds to blioni Umbo' said n Polish ctp'iic as she was led by n menial to his masters palace. This girl was or:o of those patri otic lumalot- enrolled ne n rgjps, lo prondo fond and lainiftil for tbo lahrnt aufibring sons nf degra ded lVlaiid. nildeen yeataad not kitted her check, yet ! her discretion paid homage. The word of Ihc opprt-ssor hail nlrealiy drank the blood of hor faiher : thrj lawuing gales of n ISusaian pris on bad interred her only brother, and gtiuf for thr ! loss of tin to she so jnally belovcil, had made her tuotiierieaa. oim uer soul uroupeo tiei, nor 0111 aho loud whf n the alorn passed over her. She eoniidorod it a necosnry offering tp ptirthato the ooiancipation of her conulry, and stifled each feol uif. I reed nut tay sho we incoiffpnrably so. Virtue, beauty, end tbo graces, it would tcmn had hIruf,,,, f(,r tlie rurrc:n.ty I . r , ... hike a guardian an gel she spf eared to preid oior Iho duet lines of her country; and in the hour of danger she was ' ever near, nerving with new energy lha nuKing , soldier, by her ener-jette anrosU to ibat God. by I whom th wek ate made atmiit;. "I wuiijbJ,H aid 1 lie. "that the hehnel ere filio-l to wotnaii'. brow, ' it.r.i I ...iuI.i kw unit ih arlive ?arlu inalur I ll'l , tUn '. .rhe.,i-tbt I loo, ...tgbi cUlf)r on- Uuiel. for n.y country l the altogglt ht her. Again U prowW. for pr.y. j eS hy tl fell tyrin'. am at nor frnuitpfs MMh- ' eilo GotJ had wrenght itidet ftsr op. 'I'ttUHitwt ! "anguine eapeelalietw if -xit fni'ola batehen I mote than realiied, w liiix our eiwnoe hatj; Wll- , oe4 the Aieatrttctwn "f their fon.sf at hopea, Ur ; and daHghters determined l ''""jW gera, aro alftdy tfp.ipe.1, amd 'h Ma l:p in heaven. Tbey go f..tU 1.. adMiU .l.ri,.. 1.. tl,- an k aud iii u s. aud t hind 00 1 e.t I" etT.rt then sweep ft ! --- - w . o ill- initelt 1 ofotjr foe every iJXW"'" '"" f fall. Then wrml!rei, Itiaiailled '. .t be rt- atoird unaeg the itstjepeudttst natsotss of ihe tilth It 1 '1 ma spasvai ik i"'' - I.4l.1 tuti iu I be ua4.3. luaumtr. with hnsd ebei not in I he u4,5 istumtr. nver knee s bent. nl every s)t rauetl y did li.eir vonea blend 1 s? fnl ''f Ooit.ip'.tet.' , ii "Hi'n, and t' h sir ij, tij tiat ni ni i : l' ' 1 bf "1 ' ' " r if . 1 C lv itt eevp Ihsir etiemy ; they met, ami drradlol was tha eondtet. Ollrn were the I'ote repolsed, and a taftftn ilstl Ihei tetotn to the contrrt, shouting LtW wet t or death. Their so:l nap rntllhed by the til'i4 t( hot drtreat on, but the cry of victory ttir!ed w.th the aongi of thecnnio) that becknn H ihem awny. The enemy tied in wild ditotdrr, ftnt a prntrtcled uriipglp. Wpsrlod with Ibu toils nf war, the aoldirrs teti- srit to the rsinp : dor wtte their women lest in snl ul pl. The lair , tclt.i wn aloiin inter.sl hie In fatigue, and an be waa tat il I Mnndcriug admit the field of battle, intent ot. her errand of merry, "Life," said sIip, "may tttll linger in some of the fallrn ; and even in tleaiha lat agony, 1 may point them to a etoeitled Hanout " Superatillous feol- tngs she had nono ; Imi m the inidat nf her huniac rtctlinfi". her arm wos suddenly grasped by a ruf. (tn is, who 111 the ho-jr of danger had llrd from tho enemy's puai's. Thia ournng ho knew would en suru Ins par ilmi, and proeuro for In in future favors Horn the Itvisstan commander, whoso watchword was "beauty nnd booty" and to this monster did he hasten with this defenceless but invaluable girl. During this trial her fotlitodo waa invincible, nnd the dignity of her manner nwed even those In whom she was piesentcd. The , Itutsian olllcvr had rissnibled, under pretcneo of concerting meas urea to renew the etigngetuenl ; but In fact to spend the night in tint and dissipation. The commander in chief ot hit Mnjefly'r foicts, struck by the beau ty of his captive, oldoied hci into ciititieiucut ; rc ctetly detorimiioil 011 a ptualo intorvicvv to con. linco her of his pewur. 1'ot this purpnaV,evrn bo I'ijic thn fume, of the wine hod puaaed u.ny, he waa al the door ol her cell. Siir was kneeling In prayer. In behalf of 1'oland did sho fervently and humbly ak that her captivity might in sumo mia Icrious manner ntd her countryman. She waa concluding hy imploring foititude to hear tho re pealed insults of her enemies, aud by eiitretling ptoleclion frnm tho snares of the wicked. "He tnino," taid he, 'and my arm shall afToid that protection you w,!l seek 111 vain from any oilier power." She arose saying ! 'I worship neither fronts of hras, nor loot of clay ; my trusl is in Is raela Gud,' M'raling foul ! your life is in my hands and daro you defy 1110? 'Tiue you may kill rue, hut the Christian f;n;s 1111 death, nnd III tliU you will niily rettoro mo to tlicin sninted parents of which itustian hutchery hnd ileprucd me. Go, pnndor for n barer monarch, Mini no liiugot illstuib my duvet inns." Threats and persuasions were n lllio ftuilless. 'There is no deed.'taid the, 'from which you or your nation would shrink : hut my brother ivould'think lightly of his life, purchased at the nxpctise of his sisters virtue. Your -deed nro written iu blood and evtry triumph but deep er tho slain. Your glory may dazzlo for awhile, but it wilt set in thu rthrltts mghl. I!ogono, I command you : nur think lo bribe n I'olish mni den.' Up left her, swearing vengeance; ntid ttie oxo cutifiti of which, he onlried n menial to bring her foi lh for the amuecment of the soldiery well knnwr ing that female delicacy 1 brinks from the public gaze. She entered the camp calm and collected, for if she had femalo gentleness, it was mntciilino firmness. Tauntingly sho was siked lu sing, 'I used in sing,' f-uid she, for my father ! may hia spirit I over near nnd respond lo the song of his fluid.' Sho sung n little bnllad composed by her self in priboii. tho words wpip as follows ! Tlio tiio lux liuga.l the western rky, And rait ilithndows forarnund . , u To Ood 111 laito Ihe orphan's cry lie heau lha mund. Wlisn through the rlM.tny rtll 1 Itmd, I rultp my 0-pble rules sod ling. To him who it tha orphan's Ood llv Vuowi llitir wrtai. And Iberr ii hope fi r mitery'i child, White dt iwiti haiiiirr ntver waved- Whim mi'iiltci'i vitlue ne'er lipgiiilml . God '1 power ran tars, Sho eear.ed. The demon was convulsed with) rage, and ordered her bat k lo her wretched fate. Silently sho followed l.er conductor ; but in pass ing a dark hall hor hand full upon a sleeping smitirirl sword. She graspod it ho nwoko not and in her own dungeon it drank the blood of the samo being who first deprived her of her llbcf ly. Woman's imagination is ever (erlile. Quick ai thought she was arrayed in tbo garb of the fallen soldier, nnd presented herself before Iho common jail, demanding certain prirnners for the gratifica tion of his mister. Their namefACre given, and tome of l'olsnd'a bravest officers were again at lib city, among Ihem fuir Adelia's brother. 1'irjHtritltliti lloitMti. A white man sayg thn Nurfolk, Va. Herald tif tho 17lb Inst, whoso naoio we witbold for tho present, arrived here a few diva ngo in a amall craft from Iticntrrnd baling with Mm n negro man and two boys, lie nfflired the boys for sale to tevorsl persons, but Iho price, $700, being thought too high, bo lowered it In 450 del la's wh eh induced a suspicion ihsl he hid not cuiiio honestly by them ; but lo this suspicion una op pmeiltiio ready doclaialioti of tho negro man, that Mr. had bought him and the two boy, who war" hi children, in I'etntbuig. Still however, it was th iogbt proper investigate the matter, and the while nun with Iho negr-ies were taken to llm My"i'a otTit'', when the trulli came out ll.al the nofrti waa a free insn, belonging to IVlcrtbury, ihai ihe hoy,al) fire, were Ida own cluldreii,aiil thai he hd filleted into a compact with tlio trite rnouefer to carry the children abroad and sell ttV'tM and diude the money. All tlio parties am in tiiilcdy. K!"ja urn AEMveo it st tori., from llio 1st of April In the I8h of June, 'i'),W2 patstn gela htsebeen detained St Ihe (lu.rsnlioe ground, a rl Ihe 13th of June " tho 17lh of August, 13, 100 passengers, ruakwg Hi a'l, 30'J9, Till nulfibef dofa not rntwlude the pasabgr by any vessel having leia than lorty pasneogert, as such v, sels are not doitmed at the Quarantine ground, and it is iti!'uited hit "ii a moderate calculation, 1 ti r.Mifbrr ifajlei to the others, wuula' tntka it t .;ti"iliiln e art ved )en i eetj April jt sfci-ut Vin jt.a'. i I