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VOMtJIR x I. II.
die iititiAutf jafrralij. retLiimen t.M.KX Ti'r.tni. at uri.np. v-t. t W I L L I A M I' A V. POCT It V 1 ikalo mutter by w('i tide. That oM tahtans eaten. That i, yet II n!,-thH-h JrMiiVrii Lilr ilirt Uctelh lh Hir am ; A trt thal'i r.r in th Munoif Whet fruil huiiii iiU ; . ltk ( I !( ,. tii.h iff lb hr- nf ,,ft. ' L daik inrutuMt nijhti A blank (h.l will remain i A w.iimj fc-slhe mortiMg; llgHt, IVheie wi(n- it In ram ; A,;'ilf 1iti ihay rj Tihow (h il'pth Imir-all. i j A 'Inn; hp Iboit n.,yi wf icmU. Thil Jtr.lfiilUw; ii tie. lb. The Mtlllril VM .f pill pie tVy lliat etrry nhri rtleud. That (n (rh from the lias rfr. In iiMe (Ii I twin mli ; A iK't'iinj; whrir yipritea run N'" rllm; crV i) II tee ; I d-iy tlisloumri without i.ovo, frt Krr.iiMrT. f ! n i c c 1 1 a ii y . MV yiSIKUVj 1)12 ATI I, f shall remember thai irfght, always cilm, dill, bouliful as R wa, arid sacred to her memo ry, whom my 'icarl ('but a truce of reverie.; The son wji shedding hit Utl rcJ beams on a hut Au pint day. An old poplar was runtime iti punt of air from thu cool ocean, u title every plant and shrub thouk itself with significant welcome, as the bright breeze disturbed it dusty leave. .My ,. ter Harriet had lain nil day oppressed by tlic beat, ami evidently sinking fast heiu-alh tho weight of linguur and dioaec. Mum lln.ii unco I bad thought it all over, and luvetun'ary started bh I beard a low sweet voicp, saying, Ilrother place mc by the window, tint I may look mice mote upun lilt woikf, and Lathi- my Unrnini; brow onco morn in tbo frcah air; it U the iant tinii. I I'carrd tier t-xpoiuro to tbo uind, for wo wrapt tbc eck bed Willi cutUim, and forbid the ligbt or nir of benvvn to atir tlipir folda ; but when nature bai fmiabcd Iter work, and life becomes almost u lime that iras, tt were rrucl to forbid tbc parting cpuit ono liual look upon tbo earth. So, covcrinp my hiater with a riiatl,I placed her a desired. Aflcr glan rin at hur room irith iu ominous furniture of vials n il druA; ltrother "il l !ic tliey hae done all they could, l.otc hat atritcu hard with death : but. la it ri'ht, Henry, to 'Ail list and Win (hat ntim brroth our daya I ('ome cry near mo brother, I muat leave you; O, it in ery painful. Iain afraid to think of my mother and ymi. When I an gone, chcri!i the little garden of llowcrw for Diy fake, and our bird too ; poor lhiii, he will mica the hand that fed him. AnJ brother plant irty peranum! oter my (jravc, and reinoiiilier n you look on tt.the happy year wo hue pissed. Hen ry, do not weep. Hut, Jur mother who i-l.all comfort her 1 Henry, yon aro a boy, yon can con irol grief, bo every thinp to her ; be more than we hate been. Tell her we ahall meet In heaven. Tell her but no I upeak wron;:. !5hc will find rnnaotition in tlod. Controlling myself with dil ficully, 1 aaid : Sister, u ill you lie down again, you will weary jourelf beyond hope of recovery. A aercne brightness came ovtr her cuuutcinurc as Iks replied : look at inc, Henry, I atn not agiu led, but I am ilyni'- I muat kit hie now ; it ia but for once. I am calm. "Ho hath n.adu hit "race auflieieut for me." I am n.ilou. in" (he bauda of tarlh from my ton.. Look forth no See where ued to gather ViolcU, and yonder in the thick pine our borr, illi ita Mic-athmp linncy ruckle which we taught to climb mi (!kic old limbo. L) rou remember brother, when thn rude wind tore it down once' ysl il it beautiful aa ciormr m .hall it be with me. Sec, too, our garden, the moronic glorio are all clot-c!, and the rotes have ieJ their Icatc ; but. nh : look. (!. pretiod my band.) tint "Star of Uotliluliem" is in full bioom. lion it nouy leave tonlis.t u Hi the mlim tlontrt huh '. now, the ctn.r; ! II. knight tuiij ttluoci ell with the joy of nature ; he raunot know that he i 'injinj niy m how beautiful t,he eartlu tft to night ; uuotually lovely. Thote lava of the tun have a .Irangv irjury, ae thoy dart over the h.llto-i and die nuid. llif liluJe of ihocu old woodt. tee you that band oflight : i( xeini to retl on yon biricn rH-k : it i an eniblui that the path of ploty may Ir through uuelina aud druola l.o. WUca jou H in llm arm chair, iieury, or Iratu the flower. 1 LtR jou will fel detolalr, but fcmciubci I co r.here tha tlourrt fade not where themn jfoet not denfwtctcr. When you treaad, think ol my Utl otd. V 4lt mwl ajam , tcmembtt at yj lok mi the qiivt tif that your tutet it IB III pieaeme, wbo clotlwd Item with clorjr, and aa jou lead f w, think u( mc, at in the midtt tif teraphim ttxi mioU. kingmg the aolhein of tbc tedKwod. Cmvfirt oar mlb cr too. wiih thfte wordt. Sb tan-1 1 we la ln en Jctut. ted 1 LnoH he mil not forwi'.e her tn the hour of agony. I bc noly onr ftiij now. it I ihtl the it nut belt to c e mc die. Oh '. h brr heart wilt ttnk when k heart of I hit. Duly week MDCf.au J I lep4 oyl to full of life, to with hei a hannv MUinS V tltj HOW ."Oil. Gad ' leul- ----ri 4 ter thy ctittlitnteiit id inert y, Ihtl tlie iy sty ll It tbt Lord." Kit me, Wvuiy, I mutt forgat tbeetrib cow , it t wrung to etny il to tbc gale of Lctvcc. Again anJ tgtin, 1 embraee-d her, and Htpptng aside could not rtfrin:roto weeptag 6i(ie. a. low sound broke lie titeace' intrliculate (oil ofcar&ttt cipiession. at if tie tout were dice for;iJicth ia the awful conflict. iBore ud ttc tun? with delicate twetli.eis . New tl. j. Kena iilJcti'. FUUt whims I ud ! ictm, But without a IttrtifiaJorii, I lai trn (litf.O my horn . Jiut catli nr, I am rl Lord, t rome. IVhut thooth dtrkntit.rwio ml loiiew, Cootlcr.lr ni ra r I j doom IV'K1 (bnuti iljtiiif, m.ioimli U.iinw IVtiful ihidaMi hnrn Iha tooili U'jht immnittl w So ihtll dipi! ,r glm. t" '. ODarobrf J flin;ln (foWta eroori txfarf hit Uuont . IJri! Ihf rantnmMl spirit llp;t; Vclt,t rittM r tt; nnknatTR, TkMH tit Hirlhy, Ja-iit 6.rKr Dh !, .. Im;mi j: 1m..i1 i.f itnif t i ; O Um piiili.ni lilir ii Jrt. Itmrttly Ikj Im to i foiricr, ttli nshr hwli klmrc, ''; ;liy. (llory In rnlrrnilHj lnt, Oito Adh1, i,i ni'pnlii n mrgulkli, but tlic rfllll partWp oflmnimtality aud i.aluic. Could il bo death' I kiftcd hur pale brow. It wai cold ! told T Hut I.OA- could it bo death ? The htl nntc in that hjmn had tcatcely molted on the air Harriet ! my miw .' ,vho tnawered not. A j My "iiille Uy u ilmte icy hp ihs eyes iindiriincd j hy jjmlh aied mildly up a if ihuy watched the i $n7it of Ihc uiidy'np ami). O my tistcr, n tear ill emno ah I (hmk of thee, hut 't is Icuipcred j wiih poace. 1 would not recall thee, and Ihuuch f mutt troad the valley ol tears alone "It ia Ilia will, let il bo dune." AARON liUIUI. 'J'he New Vork Times iys (hero havo been evriits and occurances in the Jifu of Aaron Ilurr j w Inch would out-romance even fiction itself, lie) hat been a splendid, n fm-cinaling and a iiovverful ' man, and hd his principles been equal to hit ahili- i ly, no inigiu nave lieon a uN-siung to tlial country ' which his ttatitccilciil tulcnta seemed eminently to qualify him to adorn. i W'c know not why it is, that every thing rela- ting to this strange man is read with ao much n- j vidity .unless it bo the very mastery that surround I his history, both public and private. Hu was ' tried and rondemned for treason ; and yet much doubt existed iu thu tniiids ofthote who were not blasicl by the party influences of the day, wheth er l,e really liail any treasonable ilesicu. His privato character has been represented ns vici cus and corrupt ; and jet no proof of tuch n lact lias ticen ever produced. Uu tlic contrary, few men have reached his advanced age, unless I their habits of life .vcre free frm excess of every kind. Tho circumstances which led to his divorco from his last wife, and the pcudinj prosecution of the black servant fur perjury, arc said to be as tollows : Wu became acquainted vith Madame Jumcl, (hen a light and lovel) Jersey girl, about forty five years "go. It was soon after tho death of Lis wife, ami when hu was in tlin zcniin ot ins popu. ltritv. tiho was fascinated with bun saw with nxullntioii the elevated point on which ho stood, , when in 1901 he went into tho House of Itcprc ppntatives on a tic with Mr Jefiertoti for tho Pre sidency of tho United States. She followed his chequered fortunes not as hu wife and bore a love towards bun which ras never ceased wholly to exist. Pur i ome unk, iowii cause they fcpora- ted, and she became tho "housekeeper" of Mon- . ti t i a-i.i:.l I nenr, Jumcl, o ncn r rencu inercnnm csiauutiiuu in New York. Report says she became dangerously sick, and solicited Monsieur Jiimi'l to let her die tho death of an honest woman. Wo married her : and as sho rapidly recovered from her sickness, she assumed the honor and the station to which her husband's wealth entitled her. Wc soon aflcr de- niriril Tor Prince, and died at la:iH. Iravin? her in ikisscscion of his. whole property. Fhe returned to New Yuri', became agaiuconiit'ctcd wiih Aaron Ilurr, and induced him to murry her. T icy lived together for some jrari in npparent harmon) ; but nt last he mortally nfllndcd her, as is supposed, in something relating lo her property and the sued for a divorce on tfo only ground thai could entitle lr '.o ono in New York that of in fidelity to hit wife. The black woman whose tlial it now pending for perjury wts ilia principle wit ties, in ilicu-r Tho divorce was obtained ; but hould the pre-enl a ' -on be sustained agcintt the black, it Ii tin. tight that another for damages will hold gooJ against Mit l'nrr, and that he will cmnc in possession ofa portion of her property, tho man- emeiit of which lie could mil obtain while they lived lordlier. He it said lo hold as a fiivoiitc intxiiii that men are like fishes in the tcs. born lo doTour each other ; and notwithstanding his very ' and aa kindred spirits are eat.ly interested in each idiaucrd age, he is raid to be well skilled in the ! other, was soon avyarc of tho sincerity of his at MiWtletif uf the ltw. llmten 1). 'Jimu lachment. Thn lovera. had an interview, and al- : tiirugh uo houeyud word pasted between them. A ooi n stt. We were not a litdo amused Ihe oihor Jay while riding up lo Albany ,on hearing ' in el Jetly grutlouHin relalo an anecdote rolalivu to ; the capluie of a cioci.lilo, and his conveyance into rtwilerton, S. C, upH tha top of rad roti car. We Mid theft was a very great nuo.twr nf passcn grit on ImtrJ the cart running from AnguaU te i C'hirlMton. ami when -iithin about a dzerj mtlcr I y . of latter pltoe, ! copied a erocodile uf ciwr- ' occune-nce of the evening, tnd finally urod her to nuns mtgmtude. The fKittwigen Jiaving a great have no farther intercourse w ith Henry. Kno ng ..i .. . r... ..w ,.ril ,, ilim-n. nifiod her vvillinir.ett lo submit, as far aa cossille. VW.VniJ . Mil- a .Ml, V- ' -p.w , - giimir iniifH-Julely UltnJ Uut'dm. and oach man. w.nu and child fottled the eye upon the large itKiser cHlie .cvjlhtrn swamp. Hut they wcro nut to b untied with a mete catua'. clause- and j th'-y detonmaed by a majority ,t to telic the I hiiLirMii ,-ri.allire tnd a CWirnilfnt ll hun to e.v i. t ------ - ' i . - lurj life. So with lxMt twenty iwb, with a cuuMge oql l I'utao, armed tbeuindiet with rm toJ tttber iiitlrumeuts of crocodile warfare d..,Ui.ied. sutrouaded the eaemy tri look him huund hun v.-Mii their rot. sttached bun : 1 ha last lingering rtys oi n.c telling sun enrn r. jwvan ..rii.. , .ra it marcltHl iruimnatani ibto tiie roneo lus azuro ciouu. a .onuv., hiuu-i icumu , . . . . . . l r. . . , r , . , ...i- ...ti ,i i sun in tow me crew uounq. sua wi-j imw uot 1 ritr. like lie Roman cenoral, amid ti thoutt and around, ttie that the o.ghlingaic aong was heaw o.tv.o. :"'"u' ..n . I " ... . ' V.i,. A. " 1 ! I twnv 'ii mv ----- . . . ill.'a t i.l.e.4 lhals h ir1 fJ frii irUil. J-llEMI P'- plaudit via delighted popultce. SckcntttaJy in the grove, sod the note, ol ue lone :y vthippovf. 4 ' ''"Vh-tber wt. oi.li and ajltrv lt Vu.on.rai ,lTerf ti c I with pi.imirc mwf ear. . 7 "r"'"- ' ... h. ,iMi ' cl .M. J 1 , . . "V VV rUVI T III! lSaa ti- mii - w Try to live Uoor, if you do not with it for food j you ta ff H'b. i.iiiMUl A.M) WIW, NOW AM) KORKVKK ONE AM) IVSIIi-ARAIII.!:.". . JitrrKR.o.n. UTUXI, Tl'BijDAY, SKITF..TIIli:it t0, I 831). S c I c c I c l Talc - i rem ihtWttt .Yirrer. STORY OK A LIP Jamm DutoM. a gentleman (fgreat wealth and letpetlabillty, left hit native Iceland and tettlrd in ijla arntlt but delightful village on the bank of the Coiineetic il. IJItd with as snly daughter, on her he Unshed all hia tonJefiiCfa and affiximn. Helen Divmn had jutt loachad He age of nghlren. Ihat winny tcatun of exiticiice then crcry charm icotna to itlnd together their eiirituniig intluenrek to pcrjonata perfection. If foci i nrdintnly the ciou, with peculiar emphaMX :ni) ri pruiiouiiced tlioa In the heroine of our story. TTjjriicct mtiii l to lnc had a worm cotiiett tooLt-do each other, and in her they had produced a marlcrpH'Cc which Vunua miht bo proud 10 own. Ihiauly embraced her in her nlloiiquerin;; fold, whiljt tho hluttoma of tho mind, and (he necoiiiplUhiienla which a mriM loliehed education could bortow, compiled to gain her nut only eatcein, but Ihf dci.r.cd altachmcnt oi all who enjoyed the iilir ivf lr.K iiiy. Wealth, talent, and beauty bowed at her thrinc. Two jcara of happy gaiety had patted, aud tie wna jtir-l Hep pitifl into womanhood, not yet ami'ing propitiously on any of her admirers when the cltibcnted In grnt. ify tho long exprcrtcd withes of Kcr father, to tlx upon soino ono at tho recipient if her iili'ectiona. Among all who courted her favor none putrjett-cd in the eyet of the world letu clatn to her regard than Henry Hnyward. 01 low anl poverty. otriek cn parnilagp, he had early been crWt upon the wide world for support and protection, Comraaioua ting the orphan, .Mr Di.iou had talen him, bettow ed upon him n icspcctablo cdurafcon, and placed j him in his couniing-houee at a cierl. l!y diligence J and uprightness fir a term of yca-g, he had finally become the manager of his lucrative aud extensive biiMiiess. We was poor, but dokcssciI of a mild and amiable disposition. Alwaj'i retiring and , vnlitmrr li.r wilnttnn tl.an in I ...I ' " nfl'"-1 "... ,i, uki (iirci-iite, wuen oui of it he scarcely scented to live ; and although hie whole and first affections, from a pure and unsiil- ! licit loiiiilain, centered on her, hip, the charmer, ' rclused one orignt gleam to chut- tho dubious fu ture. Hut his natural diffidence Ind not prevented him, during the many years he ImJ been an inmate in her father's family, from bettoving such atten tions upon hsr as (o leave in her usccptihlo heart no shadow of doubt that he viuvvrt her with no in different rye. Shu had always es.'ecincd him as a worthy ioung man, ond now, called upon to decide her destiny for life, she loutid his name written far above any competitors on the very ullar of her heart. Hut how could she effect so c'csirablc an end. Wis seme of the inferiority of his condition. had prevented any serious thoughts of obtaining so cticrielieU a prize; or if, perchance, such an idea oc casionally presented itself, il was only to bo repul sed as the wild vagary of a disordjred fancy. Dut how should the charm bo broken which bound con genial souls 1 Female modesty forbade '.hat she snoutd take upon Dcrtelt so uncommon an office, and still she fell assured that Henry would not pre sume to take such a step. What friend had she lo whom she could confide the negotiation. At length she resolved to commit all to her father, as her dearest friend, and the one most devoted to her happiness. Unaccustomed to h least icstraint, i( whs wiih lieailfcl sorrow tl.al slic beheld u fiown flit acrofs his countenance ss she revested to him tho secrets of her inmost soul ; but it passed, and all was again peace mid sunshine. fSIic saw that his quick tense of honor vna wounded, and altho' a casual observer would not have uihrkcd the leusl trace of anger or reproach, still the accustomed kiss was withheld, as sho arose to leave his presence, yhc keenly felt it, and implored with sorrowing tears his forgiveness if sho had inadvertantly iiijiii ed his feelings. Wo raised her from the floor, and kissing the psrkling tear-drops from her rosy chocks, assured her of full pardon, ond then having again embraced him with all the tenderness of if- fcclior, she left his pretence. Hut, although her , rountc.nncc ass.iincd the mak ofsrrrnily and lift p- pincts. ;nl'neo anguish picked within her soul. Could it bo tint hi;, who had spared no pains to gratify her every wish, would en this last and ino.l important choice frown with disapprobation.? Tor a long lime she remained in suspense what course she had bett purEiic, und. had almost given herself tip to despair, w Inn tho fortuna'c arrival of & cous in dispelled her gloom ; as from his kind aud w in ning milliners she felt assured that he would mil refuse a favor, which, while it cost him 10 little, would bp lo her the prealost of blatsings. She improved every opportunity for cultivating Ins nc- quaintaiicc, and as he was of an open and sociable disposition, it was nut long before the could snfejy mtruat thu bue'ness in Mm. It was dclcrmincd that at soon as he was sut&cicntly intimate wiih ! Henry, he should sound his mind on the subject; still the glistening eye and complacent siuih; told thq talo full wtt',1. Juft a they wcio fparating, Ihc fathor, placed on the Uert by w'it she had re vealed to him, patted by them as if by accident, Wo appeared not to notieo ih!in, but anon a domes tic summoned her to Ins presence. lihe trembling ly obevcJ ; but, inttcod of the oxprcto.1 frown, he received her kindly, cautious ly itiii heroic her Ibc a to hit will. And a nuble e-nuit did the mtk to i conquer her twclling einotio.it. j or woekt tue , avoide-d all intercourse witu him, while hit mind ' was oorutantly dutuibod by a'.tcrntte Iwpe and j feart. At length the thought hcreelf conqueror, ' and team ventu'ed forth lt rociety. Sho bad ; rormerly been in the nauii oi itung an creumg i lk. Esd be now reeoived to recew that cuttom. One lovely evening in June, hiving walked farther tbtn utual. she turned her slept homeward short dutcuce from her, tbo taw Henry approtrh I-- Wet first thuugU wat to draw her ae.l over I t siier. . aHSttrifnl I l.itr f I t t til.! k 1UU IUf lUir w I IM; - ---- " i ..--JU her face and put him mieottced; but then the iec- , olleetcd tho encouragement the hid giirn hnn.and rxH.ru iu rapiam me wnom caute oi ncr rctsrte, itnuout ttieft, blutlltig (lie lirtrttt c bjeClt from and detiic hun In forgrt her for mcr. Dili when j view. Now the foaming billon laved the vessel'.! they mat and marked tha tracct of inelincholy nn 'tides, ttd now they dreochnl ln.r dick tvilh tl n each other' t eountenctrces, "thote furrows which sparkling Mint. Tho pirttrt, frating letl tho the burning shar uftoirow plough unt;mely thfltr," , letteli might be tepartted during the tturtn, tr ail I ei coiifrrtcd plant wcio futsntten. and ther . treated to their ow n : ar,d well were their nrodie- icu attureu mat lata lit it woven tlieir iJettiuiis to- gelher. They engaged aurtieiime In convertiviion, the more retdlly at they knew her father to bqoc copied wilh bu!-tueti, and the dutk of the evening teemed to piecludo tha probability of their being teen; bul t liny hail not-duly estimated lh atreiiglh of paternal solicitude, when ex'ended toward one whon, he considered devoted to hit htppinets. Wer father reluming, found that the had been out longer than usual; aud, as the evening was coming on npace, sallied forth to crcort her homeward but when ho found her engaged in conversation with Henry, his forbearance was at an end, and he tternly ordered her home. Tho follow ing day he informed Henry that, as he had buMtictt of grcit impnrtaiiri- at the south, he had rmnlveil In inlroil tho management tu hini, and reipietlcd hun to put hiuitolf til roadtnets tu sail in the Isabella, a vettcl belonging to him, which, was to Iravo New York in a few daye. He reluctantly complied, aa he knew that it would remove him for a time from all communication with Helen; but, as in their last in teniewthey had pledgad their mutual vow t of e tcrnnl fidelity, ho rctoived to comply, hop. tig that by fulfilling Ins mitaion to the best of his abilities, he might overcome the opposition of Ins g iardian, As soon aa tho preparations incident to a journey of so great length were completed, he went to Now York, and found the vessel in rcadinesi. Auspi cious winds waficd huu from his native shores, and as tho pcakt. of I In) thblnut mountains one by one receded from his viuw, oft would resolution prove treacherous and he would determine to avail him- self of the firat opportunity to relracu his reluctant . 11... .1 Ll... I. I C 1 I.:... sirps., uui too utup oiuu ueu 01 ocean ooro nun on further und farther from all ho held most dear mid if, fiutoulh, an opportunity presented for return, as he stood on tip-loa watching tor tho ships up proaeh, stern reason would como lo his relief and dash his landfill projects into chaos. Inclination prompted him to return, but the dubt cf gratitude lie o'ved fur that paternal kindness which had been extended lo him, a helpless orphan, nerved his heart to resist the ttrongcot prompting of passion, when interpos.ng its insidious arts lo whelm reason and duly. As every swelling billow bore him on over the boundless ocean, ho stood a stattio firmly fixed to the vessel's side, w niching every terrestrial object as the mink one after another into obscurity; and when all had vanished he retreated to tho cab in, the image uf intense despair, lo calm the milled tumults uf his mind, and hush the swelling passiont into peace. Memory and hope threw over him their enrapturing charms to cheer Imn on his drea ry way. As in imagination he reverted to his na tive vallov, past scenes were pictured before him in 11 their primatnc (merest, tvow he round him self listening lo Helen's mellow voico aa it glanced brightly over the notes of some favorite song: now she held him in wrapt attention by her conversa tional talent, as over and anon her dark blue eyes glanced languishing!)' upon him: the favorite grove whero they pledged their mutual vows, whilothc waving branches worn tho only witnesses, seemed to fan him with its rcficshing breezes. tronibiich scenes, glancing lightly over tho present, ho looked fnrwntd iu anticipation of once again speeding Ins way to his native valley, mid then would he fain have anticipated a willing pos bession of all his soul's most srdciit wishes ; but the echo of his own thoughts scarcely died away, when gloomy doubts would interpose to check thn kindling ccslacy. Days pat6cd on, and the finger of lime hud in u measure assuaged tho first tumult uf a keenly susceptible; heart; he had set down calmly to reason (villi himself, aud tho old adage i entering his mind, that "fainthearts never win fair j ladies.'' ho resolved to devote his unceasintr attcn lion to businnsi, 10 amass a property which would remove every obstacle to a union with her whose J - iti 111 ,i iivan VlUfl llili lie 1I.IWIJ. (li 1.11 . niii; iii'im ir,up-v L.e i- i i l.. I. ..I.: i . u..i l.l I ueioru no cooii cvi;wiiipiiu ius tiujuti , uui cuum he for a moment cuubt icr solemn vows ol ultiudi mcnt, or believe that she, who lived for him alone, would oyer coi.jpnj to be anothqr'a f Wi ks passed on, and tho wiahcd-fnr, port, grce- led their longing eyes. One by one iho distant speckt that lined Iho horizon, assumed bulk and furin. All vi as ji.y aud happinces among tho mer ry iailors, in prospect of landing when another . morn should dawn. The sunset in mellow beauty, ' transforming into an ocean of light the unrufllod , surface; the balmy fragrance of a sun-lit clime came ! fliialinu on tU finning breezes : the tilver moon broke forth in all her loveliness, whili ten thousand glittering Hars stood round as if doing her l.pmage. These, whon reflected by tho ocean's eternal mir ror, formed a cirele of bright orbt, w hile the vetael seemed to sport on tho wings of tho wind through Its very centre. Alt were wrapt in admiration of the fascinating sceop : butlo! a dark speck ap pears upon the distant waters, ll approaches near cr and nearer, ard toon can be distinctly traced Ihe tow snug matt and jutting prow. All aro watch ing wi'Ji interne interest. It skinu lightly over the waters, bul no pendant floatt from its mat'.. Thu sails aic tet. bul no mtrinert lliw its b'oid deck. As it ahdot twifily by, two huge giappling- hook hug tho vutsot, wiih unrcieuttng grtp. I W l lt1 I ' '.H..I. Ml.'.-.., - II, VIM W, (I.UJ III, Quick at thought, hundred warriors man her deK. ,.,tmi ujuui.iaini.thrlrinr crl m UoktoaiMl rurjei Tho ttern voice of the comuuuuer ucman,it tur , render, "In whose name V it (he quick ie(ort. "In tho name of Wun Itodenck Diegu, nfilpr free and thn brave, I command you tu strike our col- orr. Themvtterr vtat tulved. It vit Ihs Mimjbi ' ' . i.i.. r Hope, a powerful inxaltvr, w'rucn ma long imer- ted the o'jttt, ctrrymg terror to the- heartt of ma- ny brtve mtru.'lt. lletUlance would be the lieigrn I of mtdnetr. aud Lut a moment laped beforf lh u, oituii.t , Thn estl sai la .banner floated on thetwavei. 1 he vetttl . la On 'h if'tr n of lh thid a 3aik eiod overcstt i the heave v the thi.r. UicrtJ the r t -e, r.?i ii t: it 3 . I lightnings revelled abonl, tho tieree wlndt lmleJ j through the rigging, the rami defended in one eon- llont realised, for scarcely had they reached ths .Mount Mop.v, lien a ptMiiii; aurgn tore thn trsicls atuinlcT. Ai lb gray lr Its of l.jl.l ticrndr.1 lbs rsitrril iky aud the itm iiiUidrd, thr nf rrltswsl tv our u I thnr nomlitr hu had luc-rrrjrd ,111 Iismhijc Imi Imird, rtiiil I dmro fr ovfr ih trstrri the pintticxt i-hm.iirr drum t lbs mfti oftlie wludf. .n it tirsn.li (itut l hiw, il mikii I'suip, im w(ul pmi p 1 r-'pbstie of ill su.l- It I rain, tud th drt revtr-.i i,f old imn drt it . 111 ! Tlir llrrr dcrniii nf thr ill nn ( Iruflh IlifinJ, rthm tlif I'tutf tumult i.f lb lu ll, sii.l ilinli them up in thr rtvc t( Kolui, tiJ thr litbvlln fn-tprd uulurmrj. After t ihort tnJ uiiintrrruplnl Mir;r ihr; trscin.t C'trthtgriit.lhrlr pttct of diitiimtion. Ilrury laimrd silly rrptirrd lo Mr Dcirl oin. (Mr Uiton't psrtnrrj In miiiuiii.es hit trnvtl nd mule tri'tigrmrtiti tor mplrl hit liuunrii ia I he ili.nlnl puiiit.l tlar. Mr UrnrNnv wi eir.lljr mrprurj tt hit tirlrtt, ti l,r had fr,,in iho hnra witnsirrd llir cAptiilMrihr i-vatst ami jlyn up all for loit, II had alrradr wiiltrn to Mi itou an tc cniiut of the Ion of Ihs isnrl anil all nu tmanli and now tl he taw her, tht llrilwhiih htd rs:sM-. ih graip i.f thr piittrr, ridiug proudly in Ihs hrhir,hr limu-nr.) tu rommunicalr to him Ih happy frilitratimi of hi predic tioni. Aflc r mtkin; ariaugroisntt ac.rrs.iDlc to hit nlihir, Henry Irft the olfle wrait in c nlrmpUticn uf the an jtuiih the iirwiuf hi drath woulil ciiiik llrlvti. It at Hid (houjlit that ih would hrar of hit rtctpa wilhuia fur dty, nt moil, aftrr ths tiiuranr ef thr ihip lii,nl,nn. jed ths iiiirrrnl of hl shinmy Ihniijblf. A11.I si 1.11 th morrow he a tu sugsgs in rxruptturtii which wnul I rs,iiirs hit iindividrd allpiilina. h rrsiiivnl In avail htm irlf ufio cuiivrnin( an opportunity for Usui; a cuimrj virw of th city. It wit not lmdt with all thn reulai ily nnd nciloon uf Nrw lli-ii, nrilliDrfiml it that bu. ins ti air whjch io rininrnlly ilutlnjiiiihtrf lbs emporium of Ih empire itntr ; but their ww Kunflliic- attrartlv 111 ill very iuequttilv, which icnnrd to ctil an tir of ro mance aboul it, I'ulacti an I roltue,nini"rd In indii- criminate cnnfuiir.D hen a hu pilsliflr.l its aiant fiiim. his. U with thn lapn uf lime, while InuumOrslilfi n iU ;si cluitsre.l at iti tiaio. Il required iioeltu rul iii;inoii tu trnmfurm it into oue of thm finwnin- mini of the nn. cii.it llrili. 111, which nnveliilt nnd poclt htvn madntlir icrnn of mm of their mint pohihid und fnnehialrn; pio- diictiont. At length, wrarisd with hit raniMet, he retir ed to reit. "Tired otliire'i tweet r'.tnrer, htlniy ileep," i.un ihed her lulling clmrtni alinul him, AlrnCdyhad the noiiy hum of bniiiicli been rclion i from lower lo loirer. when ho awoke from hii iluinhori and hurrie I ulfto enguge in the buiineii of the day. Time pswc.lon, si he allowct,lii..vclf In vinwonly Ihe fniry title offuney't picture, whilmi.iuhu and fi'rellinx werfJ repulnd at unmilcoine intruder?, finduij him till r.onlrnlnil anJ cheerful. Alrctdr had th object of hit minion been accomplished, mill ho wm waiting with Im tuitience a lioinrwirtl-tioun 1 vend, when s totter from Mr Dixon informed him Hint ihe for wlioin slone ha wiihed to live, and whoie htppiueit wji hiigreatett iu rrntiw to fiction, itim; by the tidin'i uf hit drath, when Juit reenferinj from Ihe weakening eRVeti ufdiieaie, had pined iwiy tud died, a victual lo love i mutt ardent (Uui'i. lie, (truck by the kuell nfproiperti blighted, tnd hoi rnmniittnJ lo an untimely Rrjve.full prmlnita upder (lie afnictivc itri ke, at the lowrrin- oak when ilnuk hy (ha i;6i.i.....s-. 1.1. . i f.n. r,i,u i.. ih. earth AUdieal aiilttance wat Immediately railed, but Im rr; ivery wst low tnd almoil imperreplible. The linage ( f hii Hel en continually hovered about hii rnurli, wipin the nail ing lear.dropt from hii eyei, nnd aiiuafpnj' hii pnjjnant ricf. Carriaro tiercun tud c!un;e of cllnute wire recommended, hi the moil effectual ineani to cheer hi drooping ipiriti aud thm to rertore hii hcslth. The ;pdsn liesmi of the riiiugnrli of dayjuit glided Ihe ojilrrn horirun, bathin- in liquid li-ht the fir exten ding laml.es . .Now it formed a irmi-luiitr arch above the mountain prki, and expanding, it bunt forth In ma Jffty tubliine, tud cheered all nature wilh hii prtfeiicn Wnkcd from iltcp, Henry could hut inrvty with ilelirht the iniiliD; day jul Lluihin; fntn tjclng he itsrteil nn hi journey. At he pe. thin; the frMlhercsl choriitert of the wood reipouded to the nofei of fillow-inngitrrr, while every glen end grove echoed hark their raioli the flockt, rcfreihrd hy (lie iainj breeze, tportr.l in nt' live i iDiH'e'uce; tnd flowermf trn Ihouimi.l hurt expand rd thir frasrauce on the ate. He united within hlmiclf thm "All tiling tre cheerful, even th Inllt and dalet rei pond lo the erhoet of Joy . and ihsll I atone IniK'k the a. pievslent spirit ' No--dull rtie bcu.,e, find ivirow reato your tway. I have truly hut an iueitiinthl trra- lure, out what availi llili cooflant -fief man wat nude '"' dnttiny.aodihall bit breath be tpetil in lament, I dew" r No-.. I tr.vel r .mount.lu. , Uninewilh jour frsrauthrerteti bhiniinhrnlthoo(i mure lake pnnenioii of my wan cnuntrnnnre, and it thai! never be tnJ that Henry lluy ward lived in vain." Cor inwitht heliavtlle-l on thmoh lhal ttran)e mix ture cf wild, pirluroi-,ue and grand trenrry, prriflrar to fome parti of Suulh America. Alt dittaiu imnnTot ctnic fejlc poun forth ittlnirrnti ol burning lava, -vhil the circling ctwud of iir.ulic l.uti like a crown upii (i awful summit. Wa ehtcn a lovely valley, 111 .fti earth tpreadi nut itt ilolsi o tiqiply all the cotlfti and luiurii t of life, the frtxrauf, olive coulrilulu iii me-(. imii to Die wind, IhejoUsn mrie)iuckle Iwlnrt it grtcii ful foliafe tud. laliU'i lit o.ii hanging lo ki with thn more iuolcil tnd uutMUiiiing rose whu li Idoiiuuii tt Hi fool. The finding cnunli'iiauce of lit lul.a'jiUull pio claim Ihat ell ii peare and happinrit. Hut, hark ! what harth nutt greet li it ear. It i- the clarion, Ion; arsl looJ, prnclainii ambitiuut plain, fioui lordly vstial hii huilod the lawful mouarch ft vol hit thruue, tnJ oiurped hit place. Hark ! Ih banuei p si of war. Ten Ihouwu I ipeait rii up (9 tyilt (he in jured mnnarch, while ai many bi.tdtvr..idi, In firm array tupMirt the atpitaul't claimt. Al I'nclh, lh-y uirst K dread collltlini, while Ihe fei die lislti art drrnchej with frtleruil blood; tnJ llieie, whtit tl nrsl, turli Ketirt of repoiin; betuly invt the eye, thr widuw wtlli htr tune fate in rreuti ufJiipair, A huiband aul n i. ohav failru in th direful coolrtl.aiid she ah-cr it Irft to mourn jain all Ii peace anJ Inn'J'lllily "I'he sipiraid't clam: haiebeeo luppoiltd, tnd he hol-'j lili areplre With ai firm a ?rtip at if of myal tinea r . Min iIu kI perrht-j nil htjh. with arrowi Xlilr.hid iu UkiJ rxl, tt ht wlnr; e.l hll (lijl.l, iirihbuiiAf nalioiil etughl (he ti readmf rjauiai f'ruiniu. h tienti of conluinu aol dialh.tr turned hn wiliuij itepi (ow.tJCilli.i.. I t.. , ...I . I .c.jl. .1, . . . . . . I ... I pi. jia-noci, with titre tni thm a lirirl iali pitrnn '.he oinluoc'nj rujadl, and crowned with prpeiitol mow. ptt. out by Ihe baud uf u(Urr, tlirou;h it, o ptnt a ctiiii-l fur the r tJ uirsi.d abuut lb irnprdu -rock, tihi.li th rnaunttiu tuirtutt hue horted frw.i lhir loHennj fouolilioui. A imw( wti cmmil tmoo th In'itbilai.lt ol Ihe couoliy aruuisl, lhal (letrtllen. "" ?J w num...", iru iwr,. ..,,. ,-h.u. eairriur (trior aud dailru. duo iii Ihrir ruur-r. I.s j .. . .. .. r, . ,, ..... .. , .,..ul,.i...i ,b, ,wup, ,irt,m .hh leap.. ta hnjhtto hihi, tlir...ir,h H.i pan. Ilui.s iume ilailliu irport lid cl Lt l.u.r prev.l.ul.ih.l . I'ruof ttvJ r I .rmtj baa I liU-l IwJ l.a.a up Ui.lr Usl wilho. sit Jtrk uulu,fuun.r.. -uf. whh irf ) . ts-iOj J, ll-lbl-k.U Uueelh Ih. ulil h.orldf WtU, all loe.it to tiroi pre oL uny bitr in ija ju.tr t But th mil b'Uld WA b tT(.lJJ wllhoul oJ c icuitcoi yoarstyi sol Hnry, hr)f tmploy .lloilrutn3i,cler,M WUKUI tuff iwrt itkuua ilnral. Tor a fw rails' rha toA haj , r..,i,fj -.jh, r.,Mt,l, b; th rrtkf A Ih . -v at -1 hV Unit, Bkb( L-.t trtr, 11 grw iar