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' w i ST. .K&HBftrSBBUS&V, W., BBECJEIfflflBKK S6, 11937. VEj. I. KTO. 93. i TERMS Tiiv, Cat.edonian will bo pnblishful wcckly nt 82,00 nor nnnuin, or nt $1,50 if puid in ndviinco. Jf pnyrnonl is mtulo witli'm six nionllis fiiin tlio tiino ol" snbseribiiig it will bo considercd ;is ndvanco nny. No nnpor will Ijq tlisconti nucd nnlil ull arrcnrugos uro puid, oxcopt nt tlio nption of tlio puuiiBiicr. 0Advortiscmonts will bo insortoil for tho cns tomary priccs. Pcrsons nro vcquostcd to stnto tlio nuinbor of wooUs thoy wihIi tboir ndvcrtisnninnts publiHbod, othorwiso thoy will bo insertcd till for did uiid diurgcd ncoordingly. BisiWS OfT VCA'BMOHBt. 82. An Act rcgulutingnnd governing tho Militin of this Stntc.J CHAI'TEU I. Enrol.ncnls and Extmpls. H is hercby enaclcd by the Gcneral Asscmbly of thc Statc oj vermont, asjollows : . Skction 1. Ench nnd ovcry nblo-bodicd white niiili! citizon of this Stntc, or of nny other of tho United Stntes residing within this Statc, who is or shall bo oftho ngo of cightoen yenrs, nnd undor thc ngo of forty livo yenrs, oxcepting ns is Itcroitiuftor excepted, shnll sovcndly nnd respec tivoly bo subjcct to militury dtity ngrocably to tho rcqiiisitions of this act, nnd shall bo enrollod in thc tnilitia of this Stnto, by tho cnptniu or com ninnding 001001' of tho conipnny within whoso boiuuls such citizcn shnll rusido. And it shall b(?iU nll timcs horeuftertho dnty of tho coinmnnd ing ofiicer of such compnny, to enrol overy such cilizen ns aforcsaid, and also thoso who shnll from tiino to tiino arrivc nt tho ngo of cightccn yenrs, or boing oftho ngo ot oighloon yonrs nnd undor thc ago of forty-fivo yenrs. nnd not hcroinnftor cxcoptod, shall conio to resido within his bounds. And in nll cnscs of donbt rospocting thc ngo of any person enrollod or intendud to bo onrollcil, dio party qticstirncd shall prnvo his ngo to tho sntisfnction ot tho coni nnnding ofiicer of thc coinpany within whoso bounds bo niny re sido. And nny logul notico or warning to tho citizcn cnroilcd as aforosaid, to nttoml a compnny, battnlion, or rogitnontnl tnuster or trnining, shnll bo n legnl notico of his cnrohnont. Si:c.2. All such ns ovomptod from" m'ditnry duty by tho hwvs of tho United Statos, ininistors oftho gospol, nll persons who havc herotofore been commissioned in tho tnil'uia of this Slate, who hnvc bcen honornbly disolinrgod, nnd nll persons who now hold comniissions or tuny hero nficr bo commissioned in the militin ofthisStnle, nnd shnll hnvo donc dnty as n coinmissioned of iicer undor tho snmc for tho terni of at lonst iivo yenrs, nnd shnll hnvo beon honor.ihly dischnrgcd, nieinbers of (irc coinpnnies to the numbor of twonly to cnch ongine, in limcs of pcnco only, so long ns thoy shnll coniini'o mcmlmrs of snid (iro enmpany, J'ncidtics nnd studonts of colloges nnd aradcmios, justices of thc supreino nnd county roiirte, jiniges nnd rcgistcrs ot pruliato, eotinty I, lt.-c. i.:i. i. :i.n... crnistnl t!, nnd thoso of tho religious dcnomiuu- li'i'i nl niiaUcrs ornclisinir phvsioians nnd sur- gi'ous, siatcd s.diool mnstcrs, loriy-nien und nul lcrs, shnll bc cxcinpt from gnilitnry iluty. Skc. !3. If'nny person subjcct to militnry duty, shnll bo couscicutiously snupulous of bcnriiig ann", nnd shnll certify tho snmo undor ontb or (diirmation, befofo sotne justico oftho pi'nco, nnd lodgo snid ccnificnto with tho qunrtcr lnnstcr or ono of tho qunrtcr innster sorgonnts of tho rcgi nicnt within the limits of which snid person ro sides, ho shnll, thorenftcr, be oxtimpt from mili tnry duty. sn long ns ho shnll, nnnunily, on or bo foro tho first day of Juno, jmy tho sum of two dollnrs to tho trcnsnrorof the town in which such person rcsidos, for thc uso of eommon stdiods iu stiid town. CIIAPTI'.U TI. O) "cinizulion. Sr.c. 1. It shnll lio the dutyof iho Governor, as commnnder in cbief of tho militin in this Stnto,. fortbw'nb to nppoint n bonrd of oflicers consisting of not more tbnn fivo nor lcss than tbrec, wimso dnty it shnll bo to organi.o tho militin of this Stnto into division?, brigadcs, regi monts, bnttnlions nnd co:npnnics, nnd niuko n re turn of thcir doings to thc commnnder in chicf on or hofhrc thc first day of Mny noxt ; which rct.urn shnll bo printcd in nn nppendix to 'this nct nnd distribnted nmong tho ir.ilitin of this Stnte. Tho prosidont of snid huanl of of licers shnll havc power to nssemblo tho brigndicr gcnernls nnd such other officcrs tis ho niny think propcr, nt such tiino nnd plnco ns bo tnay dcein cxpedient, to cnnbfo snid bonrd to perform tho dutics of tfieir nppointtnent. Tt shall further bc tho dnty of snid bonrd of oflicers to designnto and publish in tho nppendix nforesnid, thc uni form of tho officcrs, non-comniissioncd ofiicer?, rnusicinns nnd "piivatcs of tho scvornl corps of thc inilitiu of ibis Stnto ; nnd thc uniform so dc signnted 'shull bo, und liercby is, cstublisbed ns thc uniform of the militin of this Statc. Sec. 2. Ench division shnll consist of not more tbnn four or less than twobrigndes; ench brigndo shnll consist of not less tbnn two nor more than four regiments ; oncb regimont shnll consist, ns nenrly ns prncticnblo, of ono thousnnd uien, nnd shnll bc dividcd into cight battnlion compauies, ono compnny of riflemon, ono coin pany of light inftintry, ono compnny of nrtillery, nnd ono bnnd of musicnnd no more. Ench bat tnlion compnny shnll consist, ns nenrly ns prao- ttcablo, of onc lumdrcd mcn ; cnch compnny of 1'itieinen nnd hght infuntry ot not exceoding ono hundrcd mcn; cnch compnny of nrtillery of not cxcccding ono hundrcd tnen ; nnd cnch bnnd of mtisic shnll consist of not cxcecdmg fourtccn mcn. Skc. 3. Tho rogiments shnll bo numbcrod in legulnr numcricnl progression from onc to the ninximum uumbcrof re"iment3 in this Stnto : tho bngndcs shnll bo iiumbercd in rcculnr numericnl progression from onc to tho mnximum numbnrof bngndcs in thc division ; nnd tho divisions shnll U UUmUCrCtl Ul rnjrillni- iiiiinnfir.nl nvntrfnasmn from ono to tho mnximum numbcr of divisions in uns statc. Sec. 4. In cnso tho niilitia shnll bo cnllcd in "J nctun sorvicn. ol United Stntes, the Governor may, und hercby is authorized to orgnnizo n pnymaster's dcpartment nnddirectthoappointmcnt of such oflicers thore ' as, in his opinion, tho exigency of the scrvice ...uj icquire. CHAI'TEU III. Officcrs. Tho Governor shall bo Sec. 1. cnpta.in.-gen cral nnd commnndcr-in-chiof of tho miliTJp of 1 113 State, whoso duty it shall bo to nppoint nn ndjutnnt nnd inspocior-genornl, nnd ono quurtcr miistor gonornl with tho rnnk of brigndicr gon oml, nnd who shnll bo subjcct to roniovnl by tho Governor nt his plonstiro, nnd two niuH-cio.oamp with tho rnnk of licufonnnt-cdlonel. To oucb division thoro shnll bo ono mnjor-goncrnl, to bo nppointod by tho joint nssetnbly of both houses of tho Logislnturo, whoso duty it shnll bo to np point ono division-inspeotor with tho rnnk of colonol, to tnko prooodonco of nny colonol of tho lino; ono division qunrtor-ninstor with tho rnnk of major, nnd two uids-do-cntnp with tho rnnk of tnnjor, to cnch brigtuU,) ono brigadior-gonoiul,5to bo nppointod by tho joint nssombly of both houses of tho lcgislaturo, whoso duty it shnll bo to nppoint ono brigndo inspcctor with ihc rnnk of mnjor, ono brigndo qunrtor-mnstcr with tho rnnk of cnptnin, nnd ono nid-do-cnmp with tho rnnk of cnptnin ; to cach rogimont, ono colonol, ono lioutennnt-colonol, nnd ono tnnjor, to bo olcctod by thc onptnins nnd licutcnnnts oftho coinpnnies comprising sucli regimont, whoso duty it shnll bo to nppoint ono ndiutnnt, with tho rnnk ot cnptnin. ono chnplnin, ono qunrtor-mnstor with tho rnnk onieulcunnt, ono surgcon with tho rnnk ol cnp tnin, ono surgcon s tnnto with tho nmk ol heu tonant, ono druni-inaior, ono fifo-innior, ono sor- gcnnt-mnjor, nnd ono qunrtor-mnstor-scrgcnnt, to cnch town within tho lirnits of thcir rcspectivo roginicnts. To cnch stnnding coinpany of in fantry, light-infnntn', or rifloineii, thero shnll bo ono cnptnin, two houtcnunts, four sorgennts nnd lour corporals, to bc oloctcd by tho non cointnis- sionod oflicors, nnisicinns nnd privntcs; und to ench cotntinny of nrtillery, ono .'captain, threo lieutenunts, four sorgennts, four corpornls, six gunners nnd six bonilmrdiors ; nnd it shnll be tho duty oftho oflicors of cnch conipnny to np point nn ordoi ly sergennt from thc list of scr gonnts. To ench bnnd of musio thero shnll bc ono commnndnnt who shnll rnnk ns cnptnin. Skc. 2. Tho ninjor genernls' stnfV shnll nt nll timcs bo subjcct to roniovnl by thcir rcspectivo mnjor gencrnls nt thcir plcnsure. Thc brigndicr genoral's stnfl shnll nt all timcs bc subjcct to re iiiovnl by thcir rcspectivo brigndicr gonernls nt thcir plonsurc. And tho rcgimoutnl stnfl' shnll nt nll timcs bc subjcct to rcmovnl by thc fiuld ofli ccrs nt thcir plcnsure. To bc r.onlinucd. From thc llostim Jltlus. LETTEfl FIIOM FRANCE -tiu: TOMHS AT ST. DENIS. A lengno's wnlk from tho JJarriere, hetwccn two rows of trces, brought mo within sight of tho aiieiont towcrs of tho clnircb of St. Dcnis. This eluuvh is, in ono rcspco.thc Westminster Abbev of Frnnco: it is tho burinl nlnco of hcr Rovnl Dcnd. It i s nmong tho oldest build'uigs in tho kingdom. j-iiiim iu u iiuce iiiuu wiign: 'u) liKj 111110, viicii Christinnity wns firsi introdtteed in Frnnco. In tho vcnrG IO, St. Denis cnmo hithcr from Romo to prcnch the Gospol. llo sufl'ercd mnrtyrdom by decnpitntion. Thc logond snys, thnt notsoon cr wns bishcad cut ofl", than St. Dcnis nrosc, nnd scizing ujion tho dotnchcd portion, conv(y'd it, with cxcccding grnvity, moro than u lenguo, to tho sito of thc prcscnt clinrcb, whilo nngols chnnt ed roimd him, "Glorin tibi, Dotninc." Arrivcd hcro, ho dcposited his hond nt his foet, nnd yield cdup tho gliost. A Roman ludy, nnmcd Cutulln, ercctcd n t'oinb over his body in 915. This tomb wns sonn after eneloscd within n chnpel. IndOG, St. Jenoviovo ro-cstnblished this chnpel on n lnr giirscnlc. In r80, king Chilporio thcre buriod his young son Dngobort. This wns ihcjirst roynl inliumution nt tlio Churcb of St. Dcnis. Tho chnpel wns, iu (YIO, onlnrged und cmbcllished by king Dngobert, nnd tbendjaccnt Abbey of monks, belonging to tho ordor of St. lloiioit, wnsenrich ed. At diflercnt jicriods wns tho chnpel rocon structed nnd improved, until it took its prcscnt form in 1373. Tlio first objcct which cnught my cyc on cn tering, wns u pnrt ot ihostono tomb of old king Dngobert, in tho wnll on tho loft. liomounting, ns it does, moro tbnn u thousnnd yenrs, 1 lookcd upon it with mucli interost. It is in tho form of n Gothio chnpel, nnd is cnrvcd nut into bns-ro-licf's. Theso bus-rolicfs nro quito curious. Thoy rcptosent thctlrcnm of ucortnin Sioilinn hormit. In thc lowcst scction, you sco Dngobert dying, whilo St. Dcnis cxhorts bim. Thero ulso do you soo n bont whcrein stnnds Dagobori's soul, wdiilo Devils, of unuttorablo hidoousness, tormcnt it. IiUhe nextscctiou nbove, thc soul or tho poor king is still sccn ns bcforc, surrounded by dein ons, but lo! St. JDenis nnd St. IWnrtin nro np prouehinir uiion tho wnves to rescuo bim. Still highcr tip, you sco tho king rnisod by snints to wards benvcn in n sheet, nnd linnlly, in tho high est cotTipnrtmentof nll, nroSt. Denisuud St.INlnr- tin knoohn''. as thcv nrnv Abrnhnin to receivc Dngobert's soul into his bosom. Lonving this spccimcn of old nrt nnd supcrsti tion, I wnlkcd to n similnr object upon tho op- pobite side of tho churcb. This wns nnothor pnrt of the snmc tomb, brokon nttlio timo of tho rov olution, nnd horo wns tho reclinin form in stone, somo thousnnd ycurs old, of Nnnthildis, Dniro- bcrt s qiicen. 1 now .vnlkodup the nuve, townrds tho choir Thc churcb urosc in tho grnccful Gotbin stylo with windows of hcro nnd thero nntiquc nnd modern stnincd glass. I wns not purtioulnrly imnrcssed bv its nrchitecturc. Its mtcrior look cd chcerlcss nnd used tm, and I tlionclit 1 could still sco mnrks ofits snckings. in thodnys of Nine iv-ibroe. A tomb unon thc ruiht cnujiht my nt- tcntion. It wns tho tomb of Finncis 1st nnd Glnudc his queen. A magmficent tomb it wns, of white mnrblc, surrounded by sixtccn benutiful Ionic columns. tcn or twelvo f'ect liicli. Theso eolumns snnnnrt nn entnbulnture, or rnthor roof, whcreon nro fivo kneeling forms, largo ns life, of Finncis nnd Clnudo, with thcir childron. 15c ncnth this muiblo roof, upon n cenctnph, lio tho stntucs, side by sidc, of tho king and quecn. Iu tho fnco of tho formcr, l rocognizcd, tbough in dcath, thatchivnlrous expression so illustiutivc of his chnructcr. On thc opiosito sideo' tiiocnuicu nro two tombs of nenrly cqunl splcnuor. Tho first is of Louis XIJ, nnd Anno his wifc. It is somb twelvo feet high,tcii long, nud pcrhnps cight in breadth. It is surrounded by snudl sent ed figtires in ninrble of the twelvo npostlcs. JIu- nv nf tlissn nrn nvnnisitclv wrontrbt. llllt liot OtlC isfracturcd in an arm, thntin n foot, nnd nnother lacks n portion of gnrmcnt. Thc adjncent muu- escnueii i no vnnun usm oi iuo ivevoiiiuuu. j.ih.- solcum is of Ilonry II, nnd Cnthorino do IWodici, his qnoon on tho Entnbliitiiro of both thoso tombs, nro knooling stntucs, iu thoir oouit dress, of tlioso who onco slcpt in tho ccnotnphs bo nenth, nud on tlioso conotuphs nro thcir hidf drn poried forttiR, rcclining in mnrblc. Theso uro !! niong tho lichcst tombs I hnvo seon, und linvo nothing ti))roxiinnting to thein nt Pnris, excopt pcrhnps thnt of tho Countcss Dcmidoff in I'cro Ln Uhnise. As I wiilkcd into tho trnnsopt, n guidc, with n bntidlo of koys iu ono bnnd, nnd n cuno in tlio other, nppronch'jd. rjiV," Biiitl bc, "is thc on trnnco to tho vnuli;"nnd ho struck his cnno down upon u largo mnrblc slnb bcncnth my foot. Tho ludlow revcrborations scotned to sotind through nll tho nrchcs of tho vnultcd coiling. JJcuonth nro tho bodies of Lou'is XVIII., tho Duko of J3orry, nnd ull thnt could ho found oftho bonosof Louis XVI., nnd Rlnrio Antoincttc. Nono but princcs, dcnd or nlive, niny enter hcro. It wns Inst visitod by Lonis IMiillippo und tho King of Nnples. Nnpoleon inteniied it for nn iniperinl sopulelire, nnd n son of Louis Ronnpnrio wns hcro interrcd. At tho restorntion, howover, his body wns tnkcn up, nnd depositod in thondjucont burying-jiround of tho villngo of St. Dcnis. Louis XVI. nnd his quecn, us niny bo rccollcctcd, wcro, iinmcdiutcly nl'tor thcir cxecntion, buried in tho comnion ccmotcry of tho old Mndoliono Chnrch nt Pnris. Thoro thoy restod twonty yenrs. At tho Restorntion, Louis XVIII. orderod n scarch for thoir romuins. Wbnt of thoni could bo found, wns trnnsportod to this vnult, nnd n benutiful cxpintory ulinpul, surroniulcd by cy prcsscs, now stnnds upon the spot of thcir origi nul iutcrme.nt. The guidc now showcd mo nbont tho Uhurch. IIo pointod out thc windows, whcreon werc pninted the hends of nll who hnd over rulcd in Frnnco, nmong whirh I quickly locogni'.cd Nn polcon's nnd Louis Phillippo's. llo, pnrticulnrly dosircd mo to notico tho high uhnr, ono of tho richcst in tho kingdom,nnd which wns mndo for tho occnsion of tho innrringo of Ronnparlo to iMurin Louisn. llo showcd ti monumeutul col iiinn to tliu first husbnnd of jVInry, Qucon of Scots, upon whose stinmiit stood nn urn. Thc henrt it onco contained disnppcnrcd in tho ruvn gcsof NiiiPty-thrce. Ilnviug indicntcd for nd tnirntion, this nnd thnt spccimcn in tho nrchitec turo, my guidu nppronchcd n grnting, through which i dimly bcheld tho dnmpsof subtorrunonn sepulchrcs. Thosc scpulchrcF, ruuning uronnd thc roynl vnult of which I hnvo nbovo spokon, oncc hcld ncnr ull tho buried Mnjosty of l' runcc. Reforo desceuding into thein, it niny not bo iiu intcrcsting to rccull n f'jw fucts rcs)ccting thoir pillugc. On tho 3lst cf July, 17D3, tho Convontion de crccd tho destructioif of ull tho roynl tombs in tho Cl.urch of St. Dcnis. A committco fyrljjit j purposo wns iin;;;j 0f'Jmo frionds of tho Arl's, wns luhicd nnother committco, chnrgcd to preservn nuv monumcnts which might bc deem cd wortby ihcrcof. To this comtnitteo nro wo indebted for tho throo benutiful mnusoloums, which hnvo been nlrcndy nlludetl to. It wns on Snturdny night, tho 12th of Oct. 1793, thnt tho committees, by tho light of flnmbenufs went down nmong thoso tombs for thoir work ot desc crntion. Provious thoroto. thcj-hud oxcnvntcd u dccp ditch on tho wcslern side oftho churcb, for tho i)iomiscuous tumbling in of tho boncs of kings, nnd (picens, princcs, princcsscs, nnd ro nowncd mcn, tho successivo nccuinulutions ol nenr liftccn hundrcd yonrs. Tho first body dis intered wns thnt oftho greut Tureiinc. It wns iu pcrfcL't prescrvntion. Instend of fling'mg this into tho ditch, tho committco plnccd it in tho sne risty, whorc it rcmnined cight months. Thoneo it wns romovcd for oxhibition to tho Gardcn of Plnnts. It wns nfterwnrds plucod in ihoMuscum of Frcncb monunients, nnd finully in 1799; on tninb(.d ut tb(! llotel oftho Invnlids, whoro nt this dny you mnysoo ovcrit, n splondid ccnotnph. I ho ncxt body tboy cnmo to wns inru oi ncmy IVr. So well prcservcd wns it, thnt u east wns tnkcn of tho cotintcnnncc. 1 lio rcport ot tlio committco statos thnt his bcnrd nnd inoustnchcs wcro "in cxcellent condition." Louis XIII nnd Lonis XIV wero well prcservcd. Iho skin ot the Inttcr lookcd bluck ns ink. As lo tho body of Finncis 1st it wns complclely decomposcd; so wns thnt of Louis XV. ns itoi"7if to hnvo bcen. Onr committco now nrrivcd ntthc tomb of llon- ricttu Mnrin, dnugbter of Ilonry IV, nud wifo ol Chnrlcs 1st of linglnnd, who died in IGG9, nt tho (iL'o of sixtv. An improssivo dostmy wns tliut ol Ilonriettn Alnriu of Frnnco. Ono revolution chnscd hcr from the English throno, nnother rov olution wns now drngging hcr from hcr nntivo Innd. Fiom tho cofiin of Chnrlcs V, who died in 1330. wns tnkcn n well Dicsorvcd crown of silvor gilt; n bnnd of Justico in silver; n sceptrc somo fiio foet long, surmounted with foliago, und wrought with oxtreini ncuuty tor innt tiuio. iu tho cofiin ot Jounne, his wifc, wcro found parts of n crown, n Kolden ring nnd brucclots, n distull .... ' Cl.. c . i i. 1..1I of gilded wood, shppcrs, nnd mucli goiu uim su vcr embroidory. Pbillipo-do-Rol likowiso boro u sccptro of gildcd coppcr, a goldcn ring, nnd tho fragmont of u diudetu. liut tho cbief dclight to our pillnging rndiculs, if in tholeust dogroo nntiqunriun, niust hnvo bcen tho brcnking opcn tho stono tomb of old Dngo bort. wlin iliod in (138. nnd whoso soul wo hnvo nh'endy contcmplntod in bns-rcliof, pnssing tbro sevcrnl stngos up to bliss. After hnving brokon through tho stntuo which, us usuul, scrved as u hiiiriis. thcv cnmo to n cofiin of wood nbout two feot loiur, lined with lend. nnd cniitniniiifi' tbo tho bones oftho King nnd his Queen. envelonod iu silk. nnd sopurnted from cnch other hv n little division. Ncnr by stood tho lcudon tomb of Bcrtvnnd Duguesclin. Tho skoleton wns uniniurcd. tho hcnd in good condition. nnd the bones wcro quito white. Du guesclin wns tho first on whom n culogy wns pronouuced bv tho churcb. Scvornl other coflins contuined peculinrities, but I purticulnriso only t bntof Pbillinn-lc.LoiiL' IIo wns well nrcscrv ed in his rovnl robes. und woro n crown of gildcd silver. mirir.lini! willi nrecious StOUCS. His mtlll- tlo wns fixcd with n clnsp of gold in tho form of n lozengo. Utbcr goldcn nnu suver oiumnemB shono U()on him,nn'd his right bnnd held n scep- tro of irildod coppcr. Thcsc roynl corpscsthus uncoflincd, n dindem niucknd from olin. nnd u brncolet from nnother, wpi-p. nll. T.nnis XIV nnd Finncis 1st. ns well ns tho mcuncst. hcnncd noll-nicll into ibouforcnnm ed cxcnvntion. Fiftoen hundrcd yetrs of proml French Lcgitimncy ihus ttimblcd, nll nt oncc, by tho light of torohos, into thnt decp ditch on tlje wcstcrn sidc of St. Donis! Surely, htimnn onvv could dosiro lo glontover u no moro humilinting spoctuclo tbnn this. Lct not thc mightiest princo of Euiopo go down in confidenco to his scpul chro; for thc timo mnj' cotnc, tbough not with in fiftcon eontnrics, tho timo mmi cotnc whcn Uonvention s com'inttoo shnll bo brcnkin" into !iis pnrcophugus, nnd bo sccn nt midninht, t'on- voyinghis ruttling bonos forth into tho dcgrudn tiou of n eommon ditch. Tho chnrnctcr oftho pust hus soinctmies beon rcflootcd only iu tho liistory of monnrchs living. Ono pnrt of thc his tory of Frenclmion iniglit well bo road in tho historv of thoir monnrchs' corpses. " At longtb, wo l oitchcd tho cxpintory chnpel, nround whoso wnlls wcrc bluck rnurblo slubs, contnining iho niimes of thoso whoso tombs hnd hccn violntcd. I'y tlio dim light, I rcud,of thom, somo forty or fifty. Nenrly opiosito to this chnp el, is tho originnl entrunco oftho Imporial Vnult, dcsigned by Nnpoleon . I?y bim, on February 20, ISO(J, wns "published this dccrce: "Tho Chnrch of St. Dcnis is consccrnted to tho sepnlitiro of thc Emperors. ' l bnt entrunco is now closcd up with bluck mnrble slnbs, surmounted by n crown. Rut its two brnv:cn doors still stnnil thero nnd my guido pointcd lo tho look for thrcc koys which wns ncvcr tobc o)cncd, snvo by nn order from Nnpoloon's hnnd. An order from Nupolc on's bnnd ! Thiriy yenrs only hnvo insscd nwny, sinco thnt dorrcc wns issucd. Nnpoleon slocps hencc n thousnnd Icagucs, nt St. Ilclcnn. Thoso brnzen doors hnvo boen wronched from thcir hingcs. Lcgitimncy hns ngnirr gottcn posscssion of St. Dcnis, nnd tho tomb of tho Empcrors holds Louis XVI, nnd iMnrio Antoincttc. Tho subtonnncnn dnmps hnd now quito chillcd mc. The hour of evcning hnd ndvnnccd, nnd 1 henrd tbo clock fnintly sounding in thc nncient stcoplo of thc Clinrcb. For four hundred yenrs hnd thnt iron tongtio spokcn forth tho stendy on wurdncsa of timo. Tho mourners of twonty kings hnd henrd it, ns thoy followcd tho dend into this thoir roynl churnnl housc. I doubt not thnt, four hundrcd yonrs hencc, somo pilgrim from my own country, mny stnnd, ns now I stnnd, nmong the sepulchrcs of St. Dcnis. To bim mny somo nged ciccrono point out thc tombs of coming monnrchs ; nnd pcrhnps thc dismnnlled snrco plingus of Louis I'billipo hiniself, ns this now pointsont to mc tho dcsccrntcd cofiin of Phillip lo I.el : nnd vonder niny be designntrd tho tomb, dicn bioken into fragmcnts, of his cldcst son, nnd thnt snn's quecn, n princcss of tho I louscs of iIccklcnbourg. Whntever dcstiny niny nwnit Frnnco, ono portion of thnt nccoinplishcil dcbliny shnll bo rend in thc roynl cometery of St. Donis. IJcpnrting nt sunsct, nn hour s wnlk convcvod U)0.Vl..P.c.Ui.QAKr!;QtUihpc silcnt sejmlchros, tropohs. j From Ihc Albany Cullivalor. P1SEASFS IN CATTLE. Mu. Roel. Sir: I hnvo not lost, from sick- ness, but onc liorncd (rcnturc for moro tbnn 20 ... .1 . .... 1 T ..1.-...1.1 ... yenrs; yet i no not icnow wneiucr i shuuk. .u- trihuto my succcss to good fortuno, or to tho mniincr of inunnging my cnttlc. I will givc my praetice, nnd if othcrs should bo bcnefittcd, I shnll bo suflicicntly compcnsnted. Ibo Iirst roquisite I considcr to bc plcnty of good food. l'ho noxt thing to bc nttcndod to is tho tail sonli, which mnkes them linblo to tnko cold, nnd pro- iices ihc hollow born nnd other discnscs. I ho .iii tail sonk mnv lio Unown ny tno nnir in tno nriisn oftho tnil being rollcd or twisted ; whcn this is tho cnse. thc uniinul will not ihrivc or grow ns wo.llns whcn clenr of it ; it is frequently obscrvu blo in cnlvcs. Curc. Cutofi tho end of tho tnil until you find tho bonc; it should bo dono whcn tho weath- or is milil, nnd attend to it to provont tho too gront u loss of blond. A quurt or two ot now chutnbcr lyo frcqucmly givon to ench crcnturc is a gront provontivo of disensc. Curc for Jlollow tlorn. l lio piu recommcnu- od by yotir Ohio corrcsp'ondcnt is uiuolrused in tlus town witb succcss; uut l preior a icu uetue full of water, boiling hot, pourcd from tho spout upon tho lioins of the nnimnl, having tho noso hold nsidc to prcvcnt iniury. it operuies ujon tho snmo piiuciple ns immcrsing a person s foet in wnrm wnter, nnd frequently cnuscs profuso porsp'untion, nnd thc nnimnl should bo kept from vcrv c n V wmds tor a tew nours, nnu givc nom ono to two ounccs of flour of mustard. Citce for ihc Fcutecilhcr kmd Clcnnso tho foot by wnshing or with n ropc, nnd spriuklo up on tho nfl'ccted pnrt. hulfti tcn-spoonful of bluo vitriol. For thc pcth-fouls put bluo vitriol into tho nn'ccted pnrt on n probo or knifo. Rluc vit riol will nlso curo tho hoofnil in horses, if npplied ns ubovc nnd a tnrred rng put on to kecp out tho diit. . Curc for Iloor-axl in horncd callle.Ciu ofl the point ot tho hoof until it bleeds. Curc for Scours m caiuc or norscs. uun wunu onk burk, white pino bnrk nnd beccb DnrK, and givo it to thom in bran if thoy will out it ; if not, pour it down, Tho onk is nn ustringent, thc pinc is h'cnling, nnd the beecb cures tho inflnmtnntion. Curc for Gartrel.Gwa scokc or gnrget root a picco ns largo usyour fmger, gruted nud givon to a eow in nuythiug sho will out ; it is very ofii- cncious. It grows lrom tliroo to six ieei mg", with a purplostnlk.nnd stnngsof bcrncs growmg from betwcen tho brnnchcs. It is snid to bo poi son to a horso. It will curo thoso painful, un woleomo visitors, fellons on your fmger, in any stngcof them, if grnced nnil put on cold, nnd chungcd oftcn. It is good for inany other swel lings. Curc for a cork in thc foot of an ox. Puton Uritish Oil. It is thonght to bo suro donth for a horsa to bo kickod in tho stiflo; but if you should hnvo ono in thnt situntion put in plenty of fiue snlt nnd nothing olsc -Try it. Iho crouturo thatllost wns a steer, nenrly onc your old ; ho blontod nnd soon died for wuntof arcmciiy ; will somo person communicnto ono? ns it is qmte couunon for cntllo to blout and dio in uns vi cinity. Yonrs with rcspcct, &c. PLINY L. EVANS. P. S. Tf nnv hnrncd crcnturo should havc a film growing on tho cyc, caused by a burt, put in fino salt, it is a suro curc, but ratncr iiuisu. Bolivnr, Allcghany Co., N. Y., Sopt. 2d, 1837 From the Boston Mercantde Journal. The Fall of Constantina. VVo find in our fcreign pnpers some dctnils of thc capturo of Coustnntinn, by the Frcncb, furnished by Gen. Vnlloo, who succccded Generul Demrcmont in tho commnnd. The ofliciul nccotmt hns not yet bcen rccoivcd. According to Gen. ValJec's stnte mcnts, tho attnck Instod 48 liours, tho nssniled mnking ;i most vigorous resistnnco. Tho loss sustnined by tho Frcncb nrmy wns 97 men nnd 15 oflicors killcd, nnd 450 woundcd. Itnppenrs tho town wns not nttackod from thc hcights of tho Munsnrah, as bcforc, but from thc low grounds on the other sidc oftho liunmol. Tbo first bri gndo commnndod by tho Duke of Neniours, wn3 nppointod to fnco tho nssnnlt. It was posted in tho subnrb, lictwcen tho gutes Bnb-cl Djcdid nnd Uub-cl Ouod, which hnvo nn intervnl of 150 fect hetwccn thom. Somo troops occupird thc tombs opposito Biib-el-Giibin gnto nud tho stnbles oftho licy. All tho ofl'orts of the bcsciged woro dircct cd ngninst theso points, which contninod, of courso, sovoral bnttcrics. Tho Brigndo ot Gen. Trc.ol, posted bchiud the bnttcrics and working pnrties. protected thom fr om tho army of tho Iley, which wns not in tho town, nnd found this no easy tnsk. Soon nfter Gen. Dnmremoiit being shot, on thc 12th Gcnornl Vullee ordered nn ns snult, which was rcpulsed ns well us threc othcrs; nnd it was only thc fifth assault thnt provcd suc ccssful. Tho wall wns dcstroyed betwcen tho gntcs, but tbo cncmy defendcd tbcmsolves in tho houses, likc tlio Snrngnssinns, nnd it cost tho greutcst efi'orts to dislorlgo them. Roth Achmet Iley and tho Duko dc Nemours wantod to uvoid tho sack of tho town but this wns impossible. The French loss is estininted at 10U0 oflicers nnd soldicrs killed,nmongst them Coloncls Combo nnd Lncomlnicr, nnd nbout 1500 woundcd. Tho Arnbs uro snid to hnvc lost G00O. It nppcnrs thnt Achmet prcservcd his army of about 12,000 men, intnet, wherowith to bnrrnss thc victors. The town wns defendcd by Bend-Oussn, his liouten nnt, who wns tnken prisoncr. The French opposition prints contend thnt tho victory oftho Frcncb in Africn wns purchnsed at a frightful sacrifice of human lifo thnt in tho nttuck on Coustnntinn, a thousnnd French sol dicrs woro killed and thricc as many woundert. FicunES roa Flouu Factors". Calculntions from iho best statisticnl d.itn, show thattho prcs cnt population of thc United Stntes rcquire 18, 000,000 bnrrcls of Flour nnnunily. According to tlicrntions of thc U. Statcsni my, this amount is rnther too much, for tho nrmy being compos cd of ndults, n substrnction might be made for tho less consumption by thc infant population; but wo will snppose thc qunntify required to bo ns above stnteil. Now tho brendthof Innd sown to whcnt in this cQtintrv. this vp.im U vuoi .Jp-.. nh'ly more. Tho cstimuie.'i of practicnl mcn, ns nnnounccd in ngriciilturnl nnd other jonrnnls, aro thnt thc crop this yenr will nverngo twenty fivo bushols to the ncro. VVo bclieve the estimnto to bo very low, for the self interost oftho fnrmers would rntbcr jircdisposc them to diminisb than to exnggornto in cstinintcs of this kind; nnd far mcrs gencrnlly aro not in tho habit of returning tho smilos of tho soasons in flattcry. Thc Clevo land (Ohio) Ilcrald represents the western crops as being so abundnnt us to exceed 15 per ccnt thoso of Instycar, which wns, nt lust, nn nverngo crop. But tnking thc'nverngo this j'enr to be 25 bushols to tho ncre.wo hnvo 200,000,000 busholg for tho produce this yonr. .VeJo Era. Milkdircvillc, Gco.)jVov. 1G, 1837. A novol nnd iutoresting inicdent occurreil in the IIouso of Roprescntutivcs this morning. Ono oftho Bibb mombers proscntcd n memoriul from Robcrt Beasley, stnting, thnt some fewyears njro no purcnnscd ot a siavo tiauer n ncgro wo- mnn and hcr sucking ehild not dotibting bnt thnt tho womun wns its inother. Subscquent devolopetnents, however, hnd convinced bim thnt nn imposition hnd been prnctised upon bim in tho salc of the child ; thnt instend of being born of tho slnve, it wns tho ollspring of a white woman from whom it had bcen fctolen or who hnd abnn doncd it! Tbo objcct of tho niemorinl wns, to inovotho Lcgislnturc to ebungo tbo nnmo of tho foundling from thnt of Willinm (ns known in tho bill of sulo of tho slnvc trndcr,) to thnt of Willinm llrockctt lscnsloy nnd to restore to hun tbo nnt- ural rights of which be had bocn unjustly de prived. A thrill of admirntion pnssed tlirougn tlio IIousc. Mr Bcnslcy wns in tho lobby nnd bcld up thc child in his nrms n fnrcr, prottiev, moro intclligcnt looking boy, nccd ncvcr be desired. iMnny nn old buchcloi's mouth wntercd ! Tho IIouso went into committco ot tbo wnolc, nnd thc child iu tho midst of them, und evcry ono wo bolievo wns sntisficd of its whitencss nnd his tillc to his freedom. Bank robber caugut. Tho cclobratcd bank robbcr, Thurston, who by menns of forged chccks and bills of oxchunge,swindlcd tbo banks ist spring m Millodgcvdlo, Uolumbus, JMobilc, Chnrieston, and some of the Nnrthern citics to tho amount of about $100,000, hns, after a long hnsc, bcen cnught by MrThomas linnks of tl.iis eitv. llo wns tnuen in JLonisviuo, ivy., at tno Thontro, nnd is now in jnilnt this jilnce. llc is snid by thoso who hnvo sccn bim to bc a most accomplishcd villniu, Wo hnyo not understood bow mucli ot tbo inonoy hns beon rccovored, Augusla (Gco.) Scnlind. A Ksowino 'Coo.v. Two nnssencors, coming down thc IMississippi in n stenmbont, wcre shoot- mg buds, ctc, on sboro from tlio uecK. oome sportsmnn converso ensued, m wnicu dub re- innrkcd thnt be would turn ms nnci? 10 no ono in killing racoons thnt bc hnd rcpentcdly shot fifty in n dny. "Whtt o' thnt?" snid a Kentuckian ; "1 mako nothing of killing a hundrcd 'coon a day, ord'nnry luck." "Do you know Cnptain Scott, of our Stato ?" abked a Tennessecan by stander. "IIo now is sornetbing liko a shot. A hundred 'coon ! Why, bo ncvcr p'inls at onc without hitting bim. Ho nevcr misses, and tho 'coons know it. T'other dny bc levelled nt an old ono in a high trec. Tbo varmint looked at bim a uunutc, and tben bawled out llello, Captain Scott l is thnt you?' 'Yes.'.wns tho reply. ' Well, don't shoot,' snid bc ; it's no usei hold on ; I'll comc down ; l givo in !' which ho d'ul." It is unneoessnry to ndd thnt this vna tho. last hunting story.