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VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 30, 1854. .'SmmiLiJmi'ii.f i j."- NO. 2. Published by Theodore Sclioch, TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be Jore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No pnpers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, xcapt at the option of the Editor. ID Adyettisemeiits not rxceedtnR one square ('en Jines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The harge for one and three insertion-- the same. A hbcr ul dlicount made to yearly advertiser.. IE? All letters addressed to the Editor must be post-p-ald. JOB PRINTING. IUtIqj a general assortment of large, elegant, plain end ornamental Type, w e are prepared to execute every description of Cards, ClrcuUrs. Bill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts Jurtirs, Lejal and other Blanks. Painiihlots, Ac. printed with neatness anl despatch, on rcuonsible AT THE OFFICE OF TBI IZ JEFFERSOKIAHf. Front Gtaason's Pictorial. ELDORADO. NO. VI. BY THOMAS BULFIN'CII. When llaletrh ou his first arrival broke 11 n flux SnonLK cnftlntnnnf in Tv?niroi a tliClT t n 1." T.i rr!n tlix nrwrnmrif nricnimi. rwl L 11 C 111 sava (tapioca). This they did in sure J existence of idoradd, aiid ifafdrhiaiioh of j discharge was from two pieces of cannon i ii .i a t n : xi. - i i ?i e r xi. I .:nr Imnfc Tlif Sn.itiinrd with There's no Knowing How or When it is to Happen. This is a saying araoug young ladies, knowledge that disease would soon sub- i the Dlace where it was: olso Droof of the i against the boats. The Spaniard with dun tlirisn now.o.nmo Snaninrds to their existence of rr.inRR nf irold : and to have his little band then opened hii fire upon hands. It was not long before a malig-; conciliated the good-will of the natives the troop?, and kept it up from the bush- in regard to meeting their future husbands, nant fever broke out among the adven- and secured their co-operation with him : es as he retired before them. This skirm-' 'e can tell a story to bear them out. It turers, which carried off a third part of in any future attempt.' 13ut ho had i ishing continued about an hour and a half jg now some years ao since Mr. E. a re number. One comfort only was left brought homo no gold; the shining stones ! till be bad fallen buck to the piace wnere j uble jcimbitant of Brighton who car ; the friars continued every day to which his followers had abundantly sup- the governor and his people were drawn m carried him wi perform mass in a place where all the suf- plied themselves with were found to be up at the entrance of the city, to make a ncu on ne ou,c 01 a piumoer ana the river. Berrio seems to have borne his ferers could hear aud no Pers0D died worthless ; and there was no evidence of stand. It was now nine at night, lial- glazier, died; leaving behind him a widow fate with'ood temper and conciliated the without performing and receiving all the the existence of a native sovereignty as eigh says, in his account of the action, )and a daughter. Mrs. E. gave up tho cood wilUf Raleio-h 'so that when the offices wnicn tlie Kouiish church has en- far advanced in civilization and refine- that some of the English, at the firfit, Dusjnes3 and removed to another part of O s ... ;: 1 n 1 ! 1. .!. xl, AT Pn,.i,n;iiiio (lm nh orrrn liorrin in nnnco inr? rnPOll shame-I ... ... uicub tuc xucubaua aim x uu.-o, wU.faw, b - . , , . TlftnfInn. w Kf flVfl Akfl events a few months back, she was in the great metropolis, on a visit to some friends with her daughter, now a very beautiful woman. As the mother and daugb- wero passing one day through tho -.Wer to the Gooranhieal Elite- ! . : 2? Tlr S "V left the weakened Soauiards to provide the enterprise, and the subject was drop- , stock and felled him. His last words fctrana, they were overtaken oy a vioien, mnf TIrvpv fi m Li.nW nnL t'k f for themselves as they could, and when ped for the time. were, "Lord have mercy upon me, and storm of rain, which compelled them to . o ' .r - n - - j 3 ? i. i?nit,.i, Tr.o ennn rncfnmH fr fnmr .inn nro.sner the entGrnrise . and nis ucatli flvnnrnfiftn fnfnrnnH in (hn mnnth nf tiio JU1UBU. river he was set at liberty and collected -disease. He might possibly have escaped conquest of which would reflect as much fully ; whereupon his son, not tarrying his little colony aain Berrio probably h acclimated as he was, if he had not o- glory upon the English name as the a- for any musketeers, ran up at the head of ( shared the same be'ief as EaleirJli in the vertnsked himself, when food was to be chievements ofCortez and Pizarro had a company of pikemen, and received a ' pxitPnpe of the kingdom of Eldorado 'sought from a distance, and carried hea- upon that of Spain. Raleigh's boastful shot wound. Pressing then upon a Span-; within the limits of his province, and was vy loads to spare those who were less e- representations therefore failed ot effect, ish captain wit i nis sword the i Gpaniara i X il.jlll T .1 f. XT a i.ml..ml i- fn I'ln tlm o m nil nnrl r t lite? Ill 11 C L" f IT! lltQ.' w I naturally desirous to avail himself of tho Qual 10 lD0 laUr. 1'or now uic cratty ixone 01 ma counirymeu uro iuuuKu w -.uti tu ou. ...o . . - i i ... . i i Lx i: !,... n.M. Uirv. m o f.tvfl. nr nrncopntinn nf hnnil. strnnk- him nn the hear! witu ttie i .cn, rvl.ml. I.r nmnnrl hit flin tnrmino. 1 XUUluuq XIV 1U1J"CI UlUU"Ul JUUUHM, " " " - Pixing the Attention. "What is commonly called abstraction in yera study, is nothing more than having the accordin nt'nntinn co nnmnlatnlp nfifimiOll -With t!lf illiafPS Ull,-""u" " """I--" subject in hand, that the mind takes no tice of nothing without itself. One of the greatest minds which this or any other country ever produced, has been known to be so engrossed in thinking on a par ticular subject, that his horse has waded through tho corner of a pond; yet, though the water covered the saddle, he was Irate to FHor-do md take noeion for Correa was dead, of whom as a man ac- Raleigh was soon restored to favor and prosper tlie enterprise,' anrt nis ucatn look aj0ut for a piace 0f shelter, and nono r - T l? il 1 1 t : - 11. , I r.r itnna O- IIHrjlTII V nVfT1rPfl IV SRrPfiRni. . ... , .1 himself ard hs countrvmeu. With these cusiomeu 10 xnuian wai , iuey &ioou m uuipiuyiueuL in iug uwi aFw- -. j ----0-7 y , presented itselt more opportunely man ninibcaai.a u.3 couju13u.cn. twiuiuwi. collected their forces and fell gainst Spain, which took pace at this who thrust the Spaniard through with . , ' . views he sent an officer of his, Domingo Iear "ey coiiectca tueir iorccs arm icu gams.i opaiu, u,u louii u K,i.f T uf r,u r i.f the porch of a large mansion, the nature, was uot known to tho : which was, in fact, tho ullus . , , . i . iii. xl. : P Tomno lita ' conorntpf from li 'npnnlfi nnd slnln i -i 1 c c o j t f nt.l Helms nnnnlnfrK' trvniicrlit in onld 'in Pcars 10 UaVC DCCn CODCertCU WHU a JOUng UUl IUI lUU suiwsoiuu ui ...o r"" r--r.w .... ; DaUKlDg UOUSe Ol O. O. ilUU r., OUU Ul iuu some further help. This agent was more laras unuer preicnco 01 ineuubuip, a u jusuy i uut Bti u "U11;u, .fa " IT" 7? " r i . i i i i k the women whom the Indians brought concerned m treasonable plots against the ing themselves to tbe bouses, they tired . 'ulluu' uu u successful than Raleigh in obtaining b with Ihem to carry home the spoiof king, and was brought to trial, found ! from them on the English and killed before the door of the bank opened, and their enemies, bore their part with stones ' guilty, and committed prisoner to the ! many, till the assailants set fire to the : a young man 0f genteel appearance pre- Hi : hopn fiirorahli meeived bv the d tes in the easy slaughter. The Tower, to await the execution ot Ins sen- fovernment. he attracted notice bv ap- Spaniards who escaped the first attack , tence llaleign, witnurawn irom active laoors by his imprisonment, was not idle. lie turned to intellectual pursuits, aud with O ' . . . . flfk1 ivifl oil c-i n onmn i'if!Mif lrninnns pearin? in a singular dress, which, as be . u".7"ulou",,' was of creat stature, and rode always a ome without strength to use them. - . . -i i . .i . fi.:,L.:. .i . i ii i.: j. lie iriars were tne last to uv. uu uie noliy insensible 10 me ewe o uia uvu.g grcai no, urcw mi eyes, auu iuauu mm - . , generally known as the Indian Chief of -lulT1' l"V tu '"""J , . r i; "' Vl" T1 TT lldorad'o, and the rich lands. Some , their portable altar two crosses and . ; execu ed tested, 11. I s- 7 J JfUUU i l J uu v i rI - houses, thus depriving themselves of;6cnted himself and begged that they wet. I mention this, not to recommend such an abstraction, but to show that he who has his attention fixed, and the pow er of fixing it when he pleaef, will be successful in study. Why does the boy who has a large sum upon his l:ste, .'cowl, and rub out, and begin again, and grow discouraged! . i . i i i - .1? i j r t..,i: mm. in go,a no u.;p.juo , u xuu a . cxt(,Dt (hat th(j bar(, idea of hU . LUU lukllcrnj SU1U1LIB MUUU null j uu auuiui ' " inneknts tn rrntpfit, liim while he hastilv ' hierh as that which he obtained in other r . a Be dians! lasted thirteen years. At tlie espirauon In some places the enemy set fire to the ; of that time, he had influence to have his ' crass and shrubbery which in that climate sentence so far remitted as to allow mm ceaue he has not yet learned to govern only for three hundred men), and five n((nni;nn M ,. iminT on well. od j-hips to carry tbem out. Aavcn Alio "in-nn... fc e T n i i . ,- rn l . 3 T - T when some new thou-ht floated into his lUrcrs nocc" 10 "V" ,n ,p, ' " fi grows with extreme luxuriance, by which to po on a second expedition in search . , i.T u i,:. cba and trcmaoura. The expedition fa lispr!1hi Ui-dition i of Eldorado. Twenty years had clapcd imn-i, or some u uopuauguiuKij was beyond example popular. Twenty " J V Ti 7 r r i :7 l,n fnrmnr pynnHition and the i i i . i. x f ii.,.:r, w,.,. ' p c ii j t - perched. Not quite thirty out ot the since the tornier expecition, anu ihl and he lot the train of calculation. ny captains of infantry, who had served in " , f . 4 t. . i . .nc rtc 0 ,n.nifiidn mnrp like - . . ii-linln nnmlinr imt .nfo lnl- flio nwn nrr;nr. was Oi a maffllUUQC IllOre Jlul has that Latin or Gree vou to remember, that out in four dictionary ten or a aozen j times? And why do you now look at it stranger, whose name you ought to 77 r a V lP'i dT X n v le """- w to the town ' present was of a magnitude more like ;k word ,o puzzled Italy and Hander, joined t Not only F a c Qne you had to look it fo e n1? plorable state, suffering at once from a Sir Walter's own .hip, the Destiny, ear- , deluded; men ot cootl birtli aucl oxpecta- f o . 'pi, .oro .r. 4,, o nTA7ftll 1 C X . i - ..... pnn....t.. .,swl 'lli .MinL' 1 I Villi Tl 1 fl T1 I hPrf W IMP as a know, but which you cannot rrcalll Be cause you have not yet acquired fully the power of fixing your attention. That word would have been remembered long since, if it had not passed as a thadow "before your mind when you looked at it. A celebrated authoress, who states that she reserves all her i's to be dotted and t's to be crossed, on some s have given a more philos and that is, that she could have her attention interrupted a single moment, when writing with the most suc cess. Studc?it's Manual. lions left ail to engage in the conquest of & uaSB a.m ...u - -..iy Eldorado; and fathers of families gave provi.ions io add to the distress about up their employment,, and sold their hundred persons more had just arrived goods, and embarked with their wives Inmaad. 1 hey came of necessity and children. Solicitations and bribes ,forfVI.e,:elwero 00 longer supplies of food wore made use of by eager volunteers. j at 1 rln,dad'. to suta fut ih.ey The whole expedition consisted of more;?3 with high-raised hopes, only repiu- than 2000 persons. ! inS ai the,r l11 1 n" r?"? 'Q They reached Trinidad after a pros-" first expedition, by which they sup perous voyage; and took possession of tlmP0 Brst spoils o Eldorado had al town. The little mischief -which Raleigh , r beefn sbared- ey arrived like had done bad been easily repaired, for , skcltons at a city of death. Not only were indeed there was little that ho could do. FIu;ia uua .U,'.,U"L wJ ried 'SG iuns and 200 men. lhere were six other vessels carrying from twenty five guns to three each, llaleigh em barked all his means in this expedition. His eldest son commanded one of the ships, and eighty of his companions were gentlemen volunteers and adventurers, The English were now masters of the ttld steP m untl1 ftbo VIoI.cnco of tb place, the romainder of the defendants, storm had passed. The Ladies accepted with the women and children, under the the offer, andBwere escorted by their po command of Grados, the officer who had jjte couductor into an inner room of tho deported himself so well in the first am-; establishmcnt Wbat saed it ia not in bush, effecting their escape across the nv- r er. Grados stationed them at a place, ; our power to say. Ihe conversation wo about ten miles distant from the town, j may presume, turned upon the ordinary where a few slight huts were erected for topics, the weather, the amusements, the the women and children. incidents of the day; but whatever the The captor3 searched in vain for gold . .t . xi xi it i xi conversation it was agreeable to all par- m the city. Bui they had an idea that , uuv-' w . , 1 , , .i n ixi- ties. At lenuth the atorm subMcred the there waB a rich gold mine a short dis-;uv . ,..,,. n A -fu iU -fc . r i x rain ceased: and the ladies rose and witn tance up the river. Accordingly two, 111 , ' . . , . t ... , , , i -i x . xi - . i many thanks their vounj; host withdrew, luunches.witb twenty or thirty men m each, "'"v " , . Arn' v ' i J n - rpi but not betore he had succeeded in draw- were dispatched up the Orinoco. I hoy . " , , , r., . T . S xi r xi i t'ii i in" irom them the addrc?s ot tbtir Lion- came to the mouth of the creek which led "'o . , . . . r . L , , i ii ii n a don residence, for was it long bi-iore be tot he place where Grados had hutted,1"4'1 , , . .4t. f f- n wi the wot and children, and the largest led hV"sf 01 this information, called of the launches was about to enter, vhen!?d obtained permission to repeat tho Grados, who had Po,ted nine of the i- visit, which he did again and again; until , .' , , ; , . " after a certain tune the young man de- valids in ambush there, with about as ! ,lU01 u . nn fnr T i- i c i i clared his attachment, made proposals lor many Indian bowmen, fired upon them , UU1J;U 1,1 ' , , r N J ii i i- ii 'the hand of the vounj' lady, and wan ao- so unexpectedly and with such good aim,lUL ,uu J 7 -V : , nr. 1 x 1 rxi j t eepted. The parents of both parties wero that on y one of the crew is said to haver:lcu- t - , - inx.a 1 J , x fn xt 1 1 1 'favorable to the union, and a tew days escaped unhurt. The other launch al.-o VU1 u, J" , ' j xi,,. v , 1 nM j i ia"o the London papers announced tbe suffered some loss. Three days alter, i"ou r , - . T , , , , x 1 1 marriage of the oldest son 01 isir Jobn three launches were sent to take venge-1 , .u r e q z a i t- M;aa e 4, 1 i- . 1 x n t 1 1 1 Paul, of the firm of b. o. and r., to iUiss ance for this defeat; but Grados haa re- ' , , c .1 1 at! v e 1 , , 1 . x. 1 :x '' w.. tne aausmer 01 iu mi. many of them his relations moveu nib ouargu uu i ' -gu "lu . Brichton. The days of chivalry may bo l.ffil mentor ' tlm nnnnt.rv. ana tliese ve.-sels wentum fa . . . i t iiiwii iw u.i.1, iuuuSuu.u.j wu..- , j f ,TniiP. hnt those ot true irallantry anu aw ed Raleigh's career have seen reason to tbe river about a nunareu leagues, treat-; ' , . iU lastcwhile tne human doubt whether he really believed the ing witb tne inuians, to wnom iuey inane stories which he was so anxious to im- ( prosents and large promises, and alter press upon others. They have thought j eighteen or twenty days returned, Hav ing enecieu notnuig 01 impoi umue. four weeks I IIIll.l.ll Llll. 1 l IIUJ illllk, SW ww4vv-w- . . . . . . . . 1 " 1 1 a 1 I l L A- . n n. n . . , , ... . n .,. ' nH n HmrPthpr t.-nnri. and witbout it. it more HKCiv tuac nis reai OU eui, wus iu , icii day, migtit lbe place did not contain tbirty lamines, .0 fn,tIO nf fnr. nnd Plarro.'l The Euzlish had now been ophical reason; and the strangers were to find shelter . . d;D08SCSS Spain of Eomo portion ! in the city, annoyed by the . 1 1 J I . hi t t-s t r rt C r 1 T - " j - i a , - w -m . not bear to lucJ couu- -uu been consumed, and the country of her conquests in South America and and Indians, and losing many rnnnr nil 1.11 nr- rir'c u c 1 c tri vi'ii 1 1 1 j I, xu ... - . 1 . 1 ' i - . ..x 11 ... xi.n.n t n . . . 1 r 1 ,1...X,J I ,nf mcnnl H in r-lllrrlinl IPnnSIOr ini'Tll r.fl Ills IIWII lUUULl V. XUIO 1 XIIXJ. iu v xx x xx - - " heart beats. tlinm fn hie own finnntrv them; but to diminish the consumption as, J ct wft9 admissibl t thc time by ambushes much as possible, detachments were sent , , n . , . f , , , :.x .nB.unn i,o.iao Rnnin nnd tenint to dis . , -ii ,i j,,.,. 1 tne nesu wncver me nguicMi wuuuu givca ui uis msi cajiuuhhiu, t-- OH 111 uauuus lu uiv: 111 a ui iuiiu, huhi. xvi- England wero then at war; but was not so. on the second, as the two nations were had reason succeed in his his being rnCnftnl mrr m,. Aml,Ml,!,n,lMmfrnmSn.iin Called 10 Very SUiu uwwuuw vM..g x uu I ' '" 1 I " .1 hie mnnciirofl. .t 1 x x xiiics nnr rtf nrnrnicn r irp xi " v. nearest snore, wnere t euici uwu uu.i i,.w...., n .,, rr 1 .1 - . T , LUt'SB 1U2CVU1 11 U."J Ubll kliuu nil uiou nm- dome flotillas ci ectea tneir progre - aubmittcd t0 the onlv rcmedv they then at peace. But llaleigh r '' but one winch consisted ot six canoes, - fd to thiuk that if he could 13 1BUII"Jt met with bad weather, and only three . " :" ' IL" jnnnf ,.,.:.. 1 , . .... t. . wttn uot irou, , v vi iuuu o v....0. cuiiait, cnrfppfipd m pntenn"' tne river, alter " i x, , . x: f the slightest wound gives ?x riM. x x r.:..,i u 1 1 r i 1 .t x f O. 'Pl..c 11 access. a lit: luiuiuui uwasiuui-u ui no had founded the town of St. Thomas." .' ... rr- . 1 .1 - r , inese Iliseui-a was iuuii mat uiu ixjiiu iiiii A Glutton. An old staler, whose name as uouEeuoid worua at tne 1 cnit last evening went into an eating-house on throwing their cargoes overboard the dock and called for supper, for which he agreed to pay 25 cents. A scat was provided for him, and he set about dc- VUUI1U" Ull uu tuuiu my uauui uu, iiuivh and One bOIUier, VillV uaLitUWU IU iciait ""J"" v ""I'l' J "7 ,.,. r 1 11 , 3 ... ,,....1.i A.f... ,.ft.:...J (dovofod linrsRlf to the service of the sick, had foundered, forty-two of his men had He accomp lsnca in me s uoncM, pos&iuiu me iulu ui uuwui wuiuui. .., c;i-rnca f ' . Q f lU ....i or,1 tl,n nmnnrr flinm flirwl ninnV WflTfi SUtienrifr I TOUl MCknCSb, After clearing the table he be- The city of St. Thomas contained at'-- rrrirrr,:; JSf.nmn, the number. But he 1 W?n to nrinnrP tho ' cause of their miseries, and thinking that found the Indians friendly, and not for Berno, to prepare the, f , f , . f -t He writes to US 1UIJ1T ua uu uvuu, tuuiu wuo ijw iiwp vi. uvnui w ... his wife, ,,To tell you mat 1 migut, ue d them- here kini; of the country were a vanii, 'Puss in Eoots.' Even more laughable and ridiculous a Spaniards I sight than a little boy with a high stand " - ... i i .,: .i.t v.. .i;..,i J.n;t of their mg dicKcy, ot u suuijjlh-uuuicu COUl, IS UllU 111LU a a.n xix xxx.i "'viu,-, and his head enveloped in smoke. Wo well know the charms of tobacco, in all its uses, but have yet-to find the man who will advise any one else to use it. Little boys and girls are our admiration, and we would have them grow up with good and it was impossible except they had j habits and minds well cultivated and re uWn onfnf l,n onnntrv tn nass fined. The week past we have been pained nn nvrMirsinns a...ta After the unsuccessful at- discover the mine, no further effort was made for that purpose, Ivoy mis alleging in his excuse that "the Span iards, being gone off in a whole body lay in the woods between the mine and u, xl 1 they were described by the Caribs, a fierce: was a 'beata' or p.ous woman wno ua u" u,;j uu , u ...J ' the rest would easily tribe of native,, who slew them all except been attached to a convent in Madrid and , the 12th of iWmber, 1617, hau. g 1 md . a few women whom they carried away, accompanied a married daugnter anu uer a ioi g a Uu ua. u . Ul(i oi- 8eWing ..m: .. -i ix i,ii,,i nn tl.;e iinlinnnv adventure, and had left him and returned home, another : J. , o period. came indignant at the proprietor for not furnishing more food and driuk, and be- f,nt. th..A onr Imndrpd men. besides wo- tooKing upon trie governor weii.o, -" - - j men and children. way for the discovery and conquest of El- .i . r x . r.. xl -1 dorado, sent out small parties of the new , "fir escaping iron. m .at. i. purpose. Thc but my name hath still lived among them fnrp l.mvinnr Iip. declined DnvitiZ Oil the ground that his appetite and thirst wero comers, under experienced persons, that' Wed to murder h.m, and provided not satined. A policeman called, W e seasoned to , tne aimcui ie him as 0 gcneral here. They teed me with fresh who arrested and took him to the Station- r'V;?"; hesitated not to impart their dc , a i that the country yields house where 'free' lodgings were provided . . ... T,w,- c ,rha wnrri 'sign to one of the friars, and luckily for obey me. I up tho woods and craggy hills without; w see a group oi ""y j-" ' 1 r . . co .i..:i fl,n co n wppd wliieh will snre- the loss of the commanders, without whom """J , ""- be cut to pieces." ' aKe tneir J tIv retreated from sunken, which will gradually wear up- fire to the few houses on tneir nerve, aim f------- fiw, T,wi;.,i, lv injure their health. The use of tobac- . ' xi xl loo. n anv bhane. is a vile, ulthy practice. i as they went, luat uiuy uuiu lauiu,--. -- - -. . ! next year, and complete the destruction Wo have seen thousands, caeh ot whom ! of the Spaniards. j wrould gv; large sums of money to be d ! llaleigh was by no means satisfied with ! of the habit; and we never yet ,aw tho Keymis"s excuses for his failure to dis-man who was glad that he learned to .use cover the mine, and reproached him with I it. But once ge the habit firmly fastened -i v...l Tr,;a ,f(nr ii.. iunon vou. and there is not one chance in among them , u j j i,nn,irP(i that vou will ever be able to i.,f.,fi interview, retired to his cubm aud shot, nv0 ,iun'jrci1 l"ai. Jou V ii 3sh moat and I U-lv, Shake it off It is not like a troublesome All offer to himself throuh the heart. tnakc u on. xi All offe. to WbenJlalc. h- arr.ved ;n E loml he wcn that you can cut off or a tooth that morning bo to spread the news that the king had sent Berrio, he interposed his influence to pre r - . If lliin nf fhr ivnniiin who llflU SOU for him for the night. This !- . . , 1 . X V.P T .. 1 t).iitnni? n.ViAtl CJ n.i r 1 o rA c flllfl n 1 -1 rrrn Clirinlv VG H t It. - U1UU"UV UVlUIU U UCIIVC X UlCUUO, 11 HVIX UUK 1X1 Ull J UJUIIIIU UO UUU X xi.lU he gave his name as Edward Wilson, resident of Bethlehem. On the part of Being too feeble from sickness to go ! found that the tidings of his attack on the can be extracted, and ou are soon re- a of axes, caps, hawk-bells, looking-glasses, her possessions in Span, to join the cspe ftf combs, andPsuch other articles of "rafie as dition, made her way to the governor or M when the. officers aud friars were with xx wuro in mnsr. rpnunsr. i iii'.v h:iw uu nil- the complainant it was proved that before 3 of tU0:;0 rjcoes whicb llaleigh him, and emptying upon the ground be Wilaon had been called upon to pay, ho Ma(j ueard 0f, nor of that plenty which he fore him a bag which contained one bun had eaten and drunk four cups of coffee, had found. The people with whom they died and fifty doubloons, said, 'Tyrant, on, nod rorpivrd the fifth when he be- nict had but a scanty subsistence for them- take what is left, since you have brought and had rccened the fifth when he legg came indignant because more food was aD.thi'ng qm tQ bartcr for the Latchets 0f aDger than of distress in his countc not brought on and threw it over the ta- , and trinj.ctB 0f thQ Spaniards, that they nance, 'I gave no orders to Domingo dc ble. Previsous to this ho had devoured wcrc gia( 0f t,e chance to labor as boat-. Arera that ho should bring more than a wholo loaf of bread, half a pound of' men, or give their children in exchange three hundred men.' Ho offered no op u uuxw , r , f thcm : position to the departure of such as would, butter, eight krullers, six pigs feet, one ; digcouraod by the rcJMany who hud strength or resolution c- tougue, and a dish of colslaw. lie did Qf these journeys. Like llaleigh he nough, trusted themselves to the river in not deny that he had eaten all he was 1 waS persuaded that the great and golden such canoes as they could find, without charged with, but simply contended that ; city stood ou the banks of a great lake boatmen or pilot, and endeavored to make ,. 1 n 1.1 1. ! frnni wliiidi tlifi river flnrroli issued, about their way back to 'Innidad; some perish- ne appneo lor .supper, and not naving ' -f ,7 f. , . hv . 10 hands of tI,6,nativcs. others by ! t- . . . . I . . . ll. 1 I v.. il. .-win V.. I. his town was placed. A lorce ot oou arovfnin, omcw uuuui uu uw muuuj men was now ordered on the discovery. chores which they reached. Vera soon jt p -i:J C :..r..l .1 l.-,, rr in MVllllfl fl find The command was given to uorrea, an or- uiuu ui u rillIu. ui31i.. a... x jnTn,i;.,n-nrf0r,i 'Vhvpo lxeiriodid iiotioiiir survive mm. licer accusioimiu iu iuuit... .."xxu.v.. . . Ouo of the women who had sold himself, he sent forward an expedition under Captain Keyuns to enter tho 113 liuiuiio ui 111a iiiuitiv uu uiu . , - . 1 1 .i xx 1 i rr .Hnvpd-the oti"ing and pain, occasioned and the utter failure of his"c.a luu ' o 6 r..i ' .. ,1 ,i idition PD ; UB' ""J 1 ,,.1 V -T bv the want of it, will follow you day aud Orin- "Pe c U0"' ibad r,L'aChei l ; ni-rh lUce a tooth-ache, for months; rob- ,1- Jhe SP?3b ? Tt.SS! "S you of all comfort and causinggreat r for punishment on what he called a pirat- u,"o j . in livn x .... ,., 1 nwiiiln I j imroismn ical proceeding: and thc king and tho na- mental depression. A friend ot ours, fifteen years, ago, was 1! 1. -l.x I .,, nlininl n CIIPnS9 lion who uiigiii luivu i"iu"u " , . ..(.,.. !,.. f,.i n.u L- l.nd no iudulaence to ex-. ns strong and healthy as any of usj thteo 1U1 Ull I Vlil UI Vi C3 tend to one so much the reverse Find-: winters ago, with his constitution shat- ained all that he desired, he did not con eider that he was compelled to pay. Al bajiy Journal. 'Pretty Good. An exquisite compli ment was paid the other evcuiug to a lady in our presence. She had just swallowed a ptito glass of wi.ue, as a gentleman in tbciConipapy asked for a taste. "It is all gone," said ehe laughing, "unlesss you will take some of.it from my iKpsi" "I should bo mostibappy,"; ho re plied, "but f"I never taka sugar with my ing his arrest Raleih endeavored to escape g and smoking, as he said, he dad. in anosi, iv." o 1 , f . , , s struggled a- Such temperature cooler than in tho region image beginmug m goW, but contuiuing thev had nassed. thev hutted themselves through baser metal, till it ended n inde on a sort of prairie, and baited there in iron and base day.' the hope that rest might restore those who began to feel the effect of an upwbole-', eomo' climate. Tho natives .riot only ab-, Stained from any acts of hosttlityrbut sup- every 'plied thora with fruits and a'Sort.ot cas- Jiarc NO. VII oco and take possession of thc mines Five companies of fifty men each, in five shallops, composed the expedition, llal eigh with the remainder of his vessels repairing to Trinidad to await the result. SinceRaleigh's former expedition tho Spaniards had mado a settlement upon ,n nmi'ri Innd. and founded a town to . T ' , i.,i f'r,,f that neriod many times he strugi nivi mi"" , q jlrailCC Ullt uuo imvin m niu luvvmjji, r 1 if upv which they gave tho name of St. Thomas. d comin'itted cosc prisoner to the Tow- loug for mouths without tobacco, out ut - The governor resided there, and there ' Jt.. h ad powerful friends, and strong cr could long resist the l1 , . , were in all about five hundred inhabitants. ' made lo tavo his lifc. but appetite. Boy.-, otice get m the 1 On the twelfth of January the English . d not awl on the twenty-ninth using tobacco, and flotilla reached a part of the river twelve J Qctoh HU8, four months after his word that when you are a J 'VJ leagues fronSt. Thomas, and an Indian , heWM b 'liended on the oK. , and dollars you vi 1 be w U 1 to xo fi.shenuari carried thc alar... to that place. ,., f of llaloi h oaWO(l a t sen. tho whole of it i)0 Thc governor, Palamcquc, mustered ,m- Mlion nt l nCL ha!j notb el ocas loss influcnces.c. Mm a., mediately tho little force which he had ed tQ cscUu euiotion The poet Thomson! " . at hand. This consisted of hfty-sevn .r Sunimer. finely aiiU(e3 to the! jjr The following, is one of the pretti; men only. Messengers were sent to sum- varioil!,circumfltanccsof u-13 history, which cst similes wc have vet come across, and mon those men wno were ui ... ... - , wc havc bricfl recorJed . and two horsemen were sent out to watch !i0 can ppe.c the invaders' movemonts. . The numerous worthies of the Maiden reignl At eleven 111 the lorenoon tne vessel an- jn Rn!oili m irk tlieir mery gh.ry mura, Riiloigh, iho scuurae of bpam, wnose nrcatt With all . , , . . The we, tlie patriot and the hero burned; Nor sunk li s vigor when a coward roigu The warrirr fullered, nnd nt last resigned 'P, .rim ilin vfinaeance of a vctiquibhod f)C Th'on aciivo still and unrestrained, his. mind; P.vnlnron the vast extent of ages past, And with his prison hours enriched tho world; Vet found no limes in all the long research Ko glorious or bo isu as i:iui r.! j - rm0 mn-it hi- durini. seriuon iMf !nT'v.hich ho compioro! nnd In which lie mrf. .lino nap nn- uun iten- an- accd in ambuah near thc city. As soon as he wa.-i informed of the direction which the English wcrc taking, he cut a match-cord ' 1 1 1 1 1 . .. 1 .1 -.1. 1 Ui nuoes, wuicn ue ngieu ao 4 . - "Take the bright shell From its home on the lea, Aud wherever it goes It will ting of the ea ; So take tho foud heart , From its home and its hearth; Twill sing of the love'd . mi ilk If. To the cuds oi tho eariuf; 9- Baleigh 8" 'first Voyage disappointed placed at lutcrvals whero they niighL dc- one but himself., IJopretcncu to ceivo mo invanera, uy im(nK optaincu ShnsiaclorJ tv,ueu gv..w, i3The cloak of religion-i to ibo known sometime.SiSays-.Punch, jAs$ nlie