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' urnd a -.. made bv'the most infliun- Xif irritated p. 3innp. and patiently of t!ic uiasferV profsffej in,ttrn interfer- vd CTad- f.c second .arfy rt the r n or ths ship h, W, Uipley, !.1':froavCoatr ; .3r.tablj and fnen jTAbnut un tet t' cfowd crad Xa " i and thus clw?;' tietMuing night - P..L. .-rf )r. thr t ' K ri from Geu :!jjtbiU.S.Ar,: I .rum. comrni.G' , ikT replied tan r irt.cnrnreu ng tJuonil fl? of any naWon-in amity failed Siite; that thf 'drapcan hlaoc,' the naiional 8?g of France; pi of no law of the Slate or p' the m forbidding him to carry any fL iiuthe i!ip' private flajj or owner's Lit qiiin-raaot head;. that they c?uld far kirn to keep U hoiste 1 vp, nor Jiaul itdtiwtbeiwei-n Lim, the people, and uihoritie. Uiey roaldNhnfrntcrfcre, Ltmuuition of the JLiovernor of the Jiithe P wer in queHmg riot or tjt. Frwn the Governor o? the SUte, ik Myor of the city, he a!w received (taauwt tny kn;w tf no law for; hialDififula; that fi g. ' end edtcd iie, it g4V ti.l1cto ii larg kike inhabitants. By hi subsequent UttCTident 1 hut he rejected the advice Jtiiiiicsti, coiicuence, by kccp i displayed tithe public paae. fMtirrajof the tun on the:l7;h of :,jUliPned the emblematic flag6tifl ft'LSe breeze, ftoia the main mast iiigihip hauii't n, attracting, as to m mtshm ail parts of the city and set InrimitiituHe, who were congregated tt ind trijacenl streets, 'lim captain tRli liia mate, sraisi with catlasseg 4udlac British Consul, -with many Iwtkots, perambulating tf:e qqtrttr k 'h main and forecastle decks the efew and volunlear, armed datts, axer, hatchet?, harpoons- ami . A gin; of mi.sthievous children ",esij whom were observe i few P'Snf bricitbatd and oyster shells Untm bwrd of the ship..,, Tbfi ao littwrtiiey s-illiecl rQt by the tta?e, fce-e youthful assailant. ; ;The 'mi oo board, the boys rallied, and i tit attack in the same way. The aalikd forth and roii'ed them. Ttii lnd defence was repeated anam -,&. pcoplo euietlv looKin? on as .. :' " - ,-. - "Jia different and mora thrcaten Jctori mads their appearance; and wajued ay Captain Pierre Liquet; fiMy 'wadia? a privateer du.ingr the last ftejd them, headed by the captain, 'Sandia a ehort time returned, afm-; , Niand wUaises. After a brief.cnn yiiewHotheMhese men, eeii by ,uet. charged up the Ue, shouting. f:tU baa la- AngThuit- Aahey JW 'he tije into the; waist, " or mairt lp cw fled forward,? toraLlinjr f f a th httlchwayintg the! forecastle of the ship with his ma'd, sroBsuf, ind the Knglish rrierchants ,.;W int., the cabin. ' V : : ;i . f lhe boardera ruKed' forward f'rwM.ttbe retreating crew f tfe 9,n was sho1 de"d ( the fore Wounded. "1 1,6 ot her d jn kaded by Captain Liquet rcn I-Jwr pistols .1 the Ca:t-iin of the ehp V t ertt tern de e tiding t he ""WaitW. way,anrfp,,rf Ta.ert h"-a 'WrMla. . Thcruir, of lie enteied. The ship. now be f .the boarders, Captain .Li Sjw&J a sartor to the main xaabt Lead. v.J)lru British and tri-njld-ircd V. i 1U2ZJi, of he Tast' 8,", "si5"'! ! "a theft jiroposed by htr 'i'ik i 'fWiout frem the othr r ,'.n Uvee, into the firer. knd ar-t fire J 9 PPed bjr.jiapta'a Lirj iet, ,r "ew ,frn 'cvni.iuii! any' ow 1W7 iiaJ c iiied. Ve'ut. tn(5 CP-in "f she' ald'p had tw u wllc( -d(wn I thc v,V'-ai ofi&ecity of Now'Orlcans. ..Tj TOnta"w"rapidj: f"H' wiVf to.ices, in French kad igiifh b-jrat a round ilia Cpt iin siidf.Vahitrate pieadily eyeina carh oiher. iiivifi as thctlrctric fluid, distinct above all other ioimd,' in' Palestine once heird, PiatMTme trotcc, areas, paralyzing hia, arm! Down fi4 tli uiteL with the hand to hi md' Th-J rhaffislratc dTaBCtor. took the DLlnl fruta him; and apidtt the otupor of the armed btiMk end the winder of the aurioonding iipectator, peaceably talked off with his prisoner. Shortly afttV; a battalion nf three bundled United States trowpa,uaiex iho command ol General Ripley i appeared on the ground, and the people qyietly dispersed., V ' , Thas ended theVCiot of the Three Days. i-howing how easiljA national feelings and the rer.tiuJ passion iuIt be excited; h..w the cb. ftinacy of ttrangerc!ainiiir in iho inid of Liberty, the right t f.K8ri act riot prohibitrd by any Iaw,flnsented a rt;trdIe.l. V thheda din g of hiimao b! M ttti" siipeitrac ot'iho Contilitkm aiU LAmf iiettc i Jju isiana, in li.e-pcrsentifnnc of ijs inferior .Magis-' trates, nobly triumplt'd over the infuriated pas aonaof niob. ; t - J , i ' . From Grilling Magazine SMIKEMY-PLAG.' ' ; lY'llY. WAt.TH COLTON, O. S. . I strike not to a sitdrcd king. , . 'i .v . A man of niSrjbrrath,-, ; A weak iinpcriaoilty thing, rv : 7,1 strik to iriP DU'' I striSo tliat a'.hich in the fight, 'tl-T' hope of mkions ha ikd,: . ?' i' lhe4Jaij which ti i w its meteor light' f ? VV Jitre'E tgjan , i lion a ailed. -. " P . ' r'VV: . 4 ; tf-i ' ' 1 slriko fb thee wrae mahdatca full, Alike on king1 a j slaved - " ' ' -3Voe livery is vhrotid ard 'pail," 1. . ; ; And palacccoui the giave.: .,..;.p4 ,' TIiy capivea croil the carerned earth -They fill the rerinff sea. ' . a f . From coartnd cipthe wave and hearth. aii, a.ii nave otq io ll.ee. -.. Bviniit yet resign kins lt; c ... lr; mortal thine, . Cut thou, stern Db! Thv aecptre oV The Powei that m Will yet jcmandtlis trusty. - : i flat mignty voice Beneath the. gra This firm.thee fcjure reappear, " In life belbrestltti God. " . - ' Missiso 11 reach this car, a cold'clod Last words of the late Fommodorc Hull. TEXAS Ql 8TION. ' aOt.rs an idea of tho people ' of variaU card tft the annejra , REFUDXVTION- " Wocoxa nend to the couai deration of J ip'pi repudiatortt'he' folLwing front Burton- ?AMUimf fit Melancholy. 'HT- . t,:: u , A( Padua.in Italy they Kavtfc atone, called the stone of Tu'pSf ude; near thv Senate Iloaae, w.vcrc sj onthrifii, and such as declaim the pay tiient 'ifc'eijts, d aet witii their hinder par.s bare, th tt by that hole oTdisgraee," bthcra may be terriSed firoitt all such vai i etpenses of bor. rowing mret!in,cin tell low t&pay We wou'd sngst the c action of a stone of the same kind ,'ncar the Senate 1 1 oust.' at Jack sen to the tenor to all auch evil doers as the rc pudiatora of tho Stat. 'It m"ght answer to Vring'lhcitt tu a proper aense of right. AMUSEM13XT OF Tllfc FASfliONABLE ?? i-ADiEs i NEw york. ; : i On thw snbject Willia writes to thc National ntelligencer:- - ' T'. r-.;M ':: , j Tao female dynasty is gaining ground.' I mentioned in a foimcr letter that a Ladies Oyster Shop was opened in New York and a Ladies' Read ng Room projected. Tho latter is since nrginircd and about going int opera lion, and mean tare another maseulindprivilege ha g ii,e over to the ladies. A Club Bowling I Alley has been etabiisd el in Broadway, near Fiaiitilin street, raot luuriotia in all its ap- printm'Mit3 car pit s, ottomans, dressing room, A.c. Ths ftnilic suhciibirtg are of the most iasliiotiab'e cliques, and no male foot is sufTeted to e this g,i;C3i:'i gym i siam the 'pins tfijng set op by grls and t'le attendance eaclu I"vcTy femitiine. . The luxrjriea remaining to our sex up to thfe present tima, are fencing and hoxi irig -the u:suroatioia of which arc probably uuer Consideration. Tl fashions jou wod suppose jyO'4ldtcaTce!y gain by iiisseiilintfyfng, but tl e ladies are wearing broadcloth cloaks for a beginning 'Thire is noher article ef male attire vluch they have .Jortjlech said to Wear occasionally, ; but 1" am";rcdubua. , .Seeing wdfBld be belityiajV GF6. W; K-CD VLL ANDCAPTi SlAHf- t Thefallwiojr letter from our friend, and neighbor, Geo. Wiik ins Ivendall, to the editor of tho New York Courier and Enquirer, wilF suffi ciently explfin ilpclf. We take it . for granted that the redoubtable ciptain is' -alocofoca, as he ucvidentiy goes in 'for the 'largest MberjV ? AbToB IIucsb, Nov. 1 6, 1843. , Col J. W. WEia D.ar sii -Not a little as tonit-tied, and 1 may ray amused, too, have I frfeen within the three past divs, whilst reading the wonderful "Narrative of tho Travel onj AdB4arc- W 3bitnr Vickt'n Calibrtits. Sorora aad West em Texas," aa'wnUoa by CaptL'.IIarryalt, tT. B. " ' ' Were it not that I havo bcon attacked person .t Io order to g;ve our iritertbt manifes rd by portions of the Uoimi, in) lion of Texas, wre Coiv thf toliowioir iararTarlm from the New Orleans republican, the sciuth ern wumpetof our PreiLnt, by the grac.- o( ti'd. " j . . - ., -'i exa?. Tha cauao"rnncxition is gaining a pprter in every ii if fifihe Union. The .'arhstoo Patriot tl.cfSiii, coi.lsirfjt an able bUc'ccn j''cf, wli-hsppcir indbr next. iir4.g,t..e'ilfii-lKit'14 ili; vr.iich n;et wl. eye in a hasty glunce th ouu li tiic tnait icc.ived last evening, were Ore blowing; I Annexatjo.v tr Tes public meeting ... 4,. l.i - R..i'.;tt i .... . i, in,...i in favor of V.xe annexatm of Texs t.i this coun tn thl9 Book nd m veracity wantonly try. The hooonublo loin Reynoids m ;de a lon'g impeached, I might not trouble either you or speech in support of tlut measuie and closed tac public with a line, but as I hate been asaaiK by ofTcrinp a series ,f te;ut.oiis, which was and to shoW the cxtent of 3Iarrystt4 otTend unanimously adopted. ' - - , . . . ,,. - ,, . X e,I. Benton w advecatng the annexation ol J;t vself I am compelled to ex. Texas -to tfca United i tcs, in the columns of posa the boldness of one of the grosfe-t literary theSt I-a;s RepuLIicaj.j The; Colonel, wields .ambugs wWcli have ever been imposed ujion TA-.Th lia!timo AmericanayrIt is af community. , , , said that the GovcrnnVft al Wahtigtitt- t,ar ? In Jus preface MarryaH asserts, after stating received in format k.ii wHch jf xs to sustain fl that it. is unnefesaryj to inform his reader in seriou. in trrres jecentlyinaJe iigainstGfrtornr what niarvner, he be anio i-acquainted with V..c ilotiMon. of Texas, ff tfis 1 so, Uhe ttcV e rty f n(jt.; afM memoranda he had .aS&T&J' - IW.Sivt,!l,n,V-1.,,lcf.h.r..,,ll,ll.i.J The annexation ofTi?ak lo.'lhe Utilon is en and cnrrethcs (Marryati) have nodoubt.a! he tering largely into thei rtsfos.! n of some ot the (HnVienr Vio!t) has been with me. during he papers in the Kast..Tr qot on there -eems j.0ctiinff.:tlj3t takfn'inco write tlie worV to resolving itself mo slavery. n Maine, , f j,,,-,, Tc aFCrtmn, 1 thik:that an elaborate pamphlet has txen pnblhe i to in ine laceeiiuii- tfravv. . - , prejudiee the' pubhc aganst the annexation, and eXlterr.eVr ,we!l fi unded doubts exist as f tlie it i highly approved by many papers.' To-how tr"thcifsomc of the inwdents tto tear off;tl.c its apirit, and how the matter n nnderstooc 1 - . rj,rt;bability ith whicli the author has at anywig r.nose -wae.u i I,' ,.H . .tl. e the adventures ot hishcio to li6 two brief extracts. - . "I '"" ... . . , r.i ; ;T1ic whole quest inn At say s,."of liberty and J expose the flimsineca .and transparency oltliis silvery," from thcHapeake Bir. tn the Gtdt'ol 1 mendacious mask;! have but to refer to one or Cahrbrnia. tarn on the- am.pw pouu w lwoof -cver.ttt:ttearrativ puouc auent.on cann I Violet, according to Capt Marryatt ' A "". - . ANAORAMS Vv;-' - It Vnv'Frrneli Rovalist. -banished from his ' ?Aa anagram is the dpsoltilion of any. word or J "u-ntjwbiCiarlea X.- lost hia thione. Jr sentence into letters a its elements, and .tf;en '.i V ..htiorf lWnn-ne boots not even as they would make some word or ecitence from it, appiiaVle j fce' aVtw Mieloo smill-Monsicor stalks through j lowing tntereatiug description f this wonder to ferrona or things ramed iri uch originaH word or sentence ;Tho follMvi'r'ig are ipecimcnp: aeeaUan.'. is.wclSjauthctitic..ledf!l narrative and even njw I cnertain.crwuinTlving as its' troth inasmuch ma J caamtt believ that either of n y firiends ever had the hai4 hv'-p. travel the same road r twice. I certainly- wis with them tho fiM time tfcey journeyed i hA waidsai i Fe. I know that they then saw eioagb andsuffertd enough to make, them ex tremely, wWy cf travelling the ioad a second time, even though the daring Mqnsicur Violet wat rerdy traeconipBny thenv. ' . ' 1 Bet to te serious. In tliis -Narrative" citl c' Monsieur Vict or Capt. Marry att has stolen, lit erally andbqly stolen portions of my sketches published in I 42, tacking now and then, a fabe hood of unpaMlleled and meat stirpt ndous atrtf Cityt to soma of the incidonV 1 pass ovef Marryalt'- account of the shooting of Waco children by our .men, and also the marvatltius tale that six of tjie Texians, attached to ihegani ta Fe picr.etrs.wcre torn to pieces by Ne w It-x-ican sliephcrda dpgs.and six ethers were crcad fully Lcrafed I 'pass over other falsehoods of nearly cqtml magnitude, as they ar so outra geous that they carry lhtir own cor.tmi.alion with them my main object is v p'acc t'c dt-aih ot Gilpin, one of the Texian Sanu fe fiaon crs, in its proper light. , . . , Afier appropriating several incidedts fjjm my original rouch sketches, without tke sligh test allusion to the source whence ihey were derived Capt. larryatt next cpi 1 es, wltl credit. an account written by me of the b'ae murder tf Galpin, and then goes cn to give his or Violet's description of that transaction. Fur cool, open, bare-fit ced tfircntery, this lat ter false hood is without a parallrd; Soiec one hundred and eighty witnesses, many of whom ro still living, saw ihe barbarous Murder, or Galpin, and will testify to the truth of my dts ciiption of that affairwill say that ho was a door a sickly, ir.ofT'nic man, whose onlyfault or crime was that he had become by inhumani ties and privatiots untxamp!ed, too weak forth, er to continue the dreadful march through New Mexico. Even within hearing of Captain Mui fyatt is now living an Fnglish gentleman who as present at the murder, and who ill certi fy id the fidelity o"iny8rttcmt nt f yet in the face of all this poor Galpin 'ri stigmatized as a baee murderer, and while a prisoner iradj to pay tlie penalty of taking the life of & Mexican woman i with Lis 'enn.-; A matt on able to walk, is made to beat out the brain of an unfortunate female with a bar of iron ! ' ? . Why, for what purpofe, Capt. .Marryatt ha lent his aid in giving circulation tosuch a tissue of iittcrary. larcenies as Uis'narrative centioue and then crowned all by a falsehood so blatk hearted and so rc Cecil ve iiot only upon an; an lortuf.ntv mn bat bhr cnitieTaffes.'T am at a loss to cenjecture. F.vcn if the stock of brain orig inally vouchsafed him has been frittered away in i' c production of Toter Simples, Japhels,and what not, there crta inly has been no necessity for the crcatwn cf a story ao nt'erly destitute of trutb one whick can so easily be nailed to the counter as a Coinage of the basest die. I knew that hltle coild be expected from hint save ct ult nt tiiingsand libelioua abuso while speaking of or country and its institulfons,but I certain ly did notllink his brain so bankrupt, hU iniel' ect so striclsu bv poertyV as t drive Jiirh in the firKt pluQB,to the commission of literary lar,' ccny on so grand a scale, and then to attack, by falsehood, ette who never-ssailed him. v 4 To take ur and" notice tho hundred and. one fa Isehonds, plagiarisms, inconsistencies, abines of tht Unite States an l Texaa, and monstrosi ties of the bojk in qucstich, would be impjsing too heavy a tX upn your space and my own ttms. I Wil thercfire close with.-the hope that yoo may fid rooni in- your influential, and widely circulated journal, for this exposure of a barefaced literary iraud, and by sadoi&g much oblige. Respccifnlly yours. i - V ' GE J. WILKINS KENDALL.. ; THE 'GREAT BXITAIK. STEAMSHIP. The construction f th;8 restarkable vessel tccim to furnish 'anew era iq Navigation. How different U her size, her model, her ma eri!s. and her DroDellitiar Dowers, as well as in the pririce'y accoinaiodations andmagtnfi cent decorations, from t hase of the slight btiitt she ts ikAtlle melted thruu''": the nb are formed of anJe iron ix tceliea hy three -and a half inches by; half an inch at the Dot turn 6f the. e6e-l.and thefanejat top; the mean dis tance of the rtda fourteeit incfurom ceai re to rentre AU these ribe ill bedoubled; the distance :k ;theit; increased to; ei"litcett and tweutj-ono inches The ship, wla he.fi tcd wnh very powerful pump.-, which tad throw fx70Q gallons per minute. , ; : --rn-. -. "V ii, ..; i, ii i THE DDKE OP WKLf-INGTOif UXD THE BAGMAN,.' O thlcitU of June.- ti.e bauio ot' Waterloo wMgM fiarcelyi Napfle.Hi pad Wellington were iu thu midst of their "greU jyart-," ui eK;hte-Mtl-egard. d th9,aOvc" u; tiic eomjJiea,fed. and licrquertd fK'hl Sijuadrno after sqnalroi bore down op u our gilUal "in- , tan try as th big waves rise and. break upon our level shore, and then retire in unavailing fury . and dispersing foam." Th-n followed th dirvasting fire of.ar tTlery;'r'ehdi.ngonr biave an living masses in gory fiisit res, wi.Mh were e'osi! as soon as mad-, or avoided by a change o am tude, and then again came thc f ence rush of tin horse and euthusiastieal fe, with coirass am upliited sabre, to ba soofte; repul.-e I by a 'oi dy fire of musketry, or checked ami routed b our ownrejlute and str.inj armed cavalry. . Confideut in the streniti of his numbers anr. iho success uf other day?. Napoleon i'epirtet not from his favorite ana f urious system ; am firm in purpose as conscious of the u itailint means wh eh he pos-csed for su-poriing it i eiiti gton saw the d.V4staiin? havoc mid. J upon iu advanced lattalions, while he coo! I a spaiciieu aiu-u j-cump aner ata e ' a'Mji lloir Kmt to point ffoin position to position, pripar irj for variou conscuicncej to reiii-dy unta lorable aspects rava i line- liiuclf'of casuil re . suit uf neh iitcll;gcnre until hid whole stat" adlvft him. Tfeuireeting spirit nfihe Brii. ii linsat apparently as upon a review day,di iCeting hia eagle gtanrc over thc fM , ai thugh penetrating .the denss "nvke whirl aro?t fioui hatd fught encounters, and li-tin-T,r'8Hi g individutis among "tr e count'e- fi ute 'Higl:ns in ihe lib oiy canflicL Tlie hsiu" Cflavs vt)s oostanfly at, his e)e and his fjvo iti chafi-r "t'openhairen," seen ed conscious o ti e iippManee of gocd behaviour upon that mo uiititnus lay. . :. '. ' ' A few ire in the reir of l.i Grace nnd mouriteduioaaG'einnh nsg.sat an unproiend ir g yoimiryian, with a ruddy countenance an: in mofi'i'i delil eratcly contemplating the hccr o of hutian strife in whic!i he look no' Ail" - Aflroi oincs Iitcvctopcdia (; Gallanlnc", Pienhy terian; PimishMient, " Pe'iiteiitiafy, ';;Il.v)luljton,. Telegraphs. 1 - ' ! To bvo ruin Gret helps. clumsy and diminulive caravels with-wliichi miDd giving a bit, Cfcluntbus discovered a new; worldr1: The fol-1 ilerear" ' V fa, rl avrt s cia - ... - - 0 ; o i w , -1 1 : s'world ' We hear of him.as per Nr-rrative." ful veseel We copy from a ate ,LnSMi paper; orw.,. y e U5r v - .This m n ficent vessel, which was Uundb Scotand-.exMn the Holy lard and Rome J " 'V1 1XtUt(i, i2maae& entirely ; -suddonly he is jn.Calilornta next i mf "ff e j of jro and js the largest ever buttV-BtriCQ the ; Snake Indians by and by in 1 exit. days of whilo iravelling bctwrcrf Monterey, 6n l!ie-A a ta Fe, that Violet came up piaine crgj. an - propelled by enginei of 1000 horsepQwer.com o close oflheeleyenihchap- gin jjie following are her-dtmensions: . j. '-;!. :f k .t:y:."il t ? infnb fromre Iiead to tafira-l 352 feet; rart, nor 'in which.' from his demeanor, mc mg!it iinagin he was very deeply tntercte l, tlo.wote a daif green softnut. with d-sb trous. err, and buffgitersf a hat of ic e dtmenMcns than wai the taiinu of tuo day, inclined a lit tle oCr the left dir,frora tinder which. f"r it was fir tidy fixed uponhi head, some wiry sandv colored hair jus( Shewed Us. edges, fn hi hand he held a ; stout cotton' umbrella, with which he ever and tti.-n evinced his dislike to tke sl'ghtci't curveithgon the part of his horse by a tnump on the linn. v Here was an odd figure of Peace and Quiet tude, in strance.eonlrast to tlie surrounding en of war. and conflict. Occariunatty he would iiat mw T wkiU!ri rcaci.ed bis cat, or sudd -n re ii "f cannon fr- m afresh quarter attraetpd bis attention. Then setting iwn in the erdJle, he would wait com piacent'y the rcsu'l or wait with an undisturbed Countenance and amazing 'sang froid" tfcc course of a stray "sliot. forrow'nrg the earth a few yard left or right of his pcrs-m. : Suddenly bis grace turned qiek?y round as lira eceking somebody t tik m he would do: liver ao order, when- his eye res ed on the un military personage wliorn we have described ; it then glanced in other directions and again he turned !d the" !aring bot passive spectator. ; Wbeand whatare.ybu .ir ('. inquired the coinmandcr inquick authoative accent- . . 'Sl e 1 sir," rrp' icd hiseinpanion nut of arias brt-wirg a blow upon tlie flank tf his animal. Mynatne is Jones. I am traveJling agen tto Stwith and Jenkins, of Ilolburn, in the hard ware line." -- - - ''r,.'.' ' ."--'' : Here was a pause, durin- which the Duke seemed lor a secon'but" a second, to with draw hi mind from te immense le-ponsibility f his situation, when the last speaker . contiuu' ed": " " '.;,"""'' '. v."- ' l was at Brussels for orders, and undersfo-Td there was lobe a fi?ht,soI came to see it. I am rather thinkine if. I don't mind I shall have to pay. for this horse which I have only borrowed for tire ocCAioT. There," pointing to some scattered earth, "that shot would have spoiled my days pteasnrr; but a shall se; it out. t; r "Mr. Jones,' sai l hia Grace,' 1 Want an order conveyed to a certaid position'; wou'd you ae-ve your country an i oblige ne by delivering -Oh dcar.yes I" instaotiy replied me cagrnan aiW another whack upon the beast- :! don't ake (pointed out the'euarfer. kMiTinir him' inn aire for Gcoral and A aoftiAzrcE'fcj'TjtEioTa c .'" In an anctctit flnd" trneraWecastJe; ;teate l amid the' frwHitifa'na In iho northern, part of f rancr. Jived hvo noblo -ornhani', during' the retort ojLouti tho Great0 Thejrcre"dach- tew f the, .ia quta of ArinvaV and haJ Ym aua'njl li?tr fit!e .th auniuier, 'AhX au4 Utanciowero twins.! t ';; - " , By k -trance cap ice of nature, th'cv KaJ thn Barnalfca'urcit.i he aTno ylowjn"tre tho earnqj sweet and m-l.ditu acrcn. N ie but aa etferienrcd ye coul.l distinguish on from th tther. I lea voti as tltough p!o .sed to havo ' keyl tfw physical lovelu e cxic ly. so perfcly ahke -ha I also endowed 'heir moral trftJ wnli tlm same rpsmhlance. Wrrs Al x "ukett il, KJj.Jtnil C!4nche wou!d FhTIPi- well alnj. Unt'ormiry of principlfa, hmhsl ' ..,. of pentiment, congtiia!ity of sympathy and s '.iv craw inland Cofifomity of .will and of taste. were dippensru to oot!i. . I he tne loel ns whether painful rr . p!ea?urab!3 wre slia ed btw-en them. It was aa tiioah pao fesing . . ' had been incorporated in twu form, "" , . An-aged aunt' ' had raised tltem. froni' their . , infarcy, with affiction and cate, Li thvfeudl nianr. J .ady CJard'jre loved her yunj niece to adoration ; but reeling her 6enso totter under 'f ho burd u of eighty year, the desire, to ivcd the youfg orphans occupied all her thoujb!. oiapier it. ' ' Gee at newa haa spread tbroughoat Arinval caa le. Lady C-iann.re'a wishes have " been, " crowned wit h success ; two matrhc?, secretly concocted by bor Ladysh'p, are on the eve of 'jemg cooduinated , the bridegrooms will eoou reach the castle. " Co mt Uodolph d Hennirig. oy ia dc-tintMl to Ah; Baron d' A'grevillo is fated to Blanche. Both" are young, handsome, md wealthy. ' , ' -L't-ieti, Ulanche!" tsaid Alix; MIlndo'pb and Raoul-our future hucbandj will.-oon be heie. I know r.ot why it is but my heart isfa'nt." . Soia unine," rephe'd Blanche. 5 ' "Ahs yoa will espouse it nlulph; and Kaoul v.li become my Iiuaband. Think yoj we cao love them!" The a me question was n my l ps." "Were tie wimm ftte reserve fur me," ob-.-ervel Blanche, fwero he to di-plese me!" "He would become odious to me alt-o, sifter It could not happen oihrrwtse." , So 1 u ink," returned Alix. But then, if llodolph mv fate indentified with, hia own were break my heart with sorrow!-'- . . He would kill neal o, dear Alix.' " Blanch ! why thin alarm within mel" ; ! ''its because I am affrighted." But both are ami ible and kind. Their be trothed ought to be happy. ; Love, 'tis said ia aweet to nurse. 1 fain would be in love!" Nnfth. There areno baddlo Wheels . ... a -t. '. ki.am" ivrtirin. iTat or Doxey, me flrenHUBui;'""" w.-. Her burthen isSSOO tona. being- z,uiu nms n.nra than the Great Western. bnewui oe Mom starcrs. A nice cold pie, ...l .... A i great ami .1: ..----.t f - . '.i ir.Ui''nn N me thumps, Tl on a crmmumty oi piairio cry?, Nay, I rt'ieni it. u which is given at the tor; of tfj3uNs native m. i ;n.'in m dieDule that there i t.u e feoit 2h9 feel: extreme widJiotneei 11 UTT . ft .III V . .....-..- 1 . ii"ih " v - . v ' . '. ..- . ... - n,.n.n.rt. a;iI in i j unimxii Lei. t k mxhw thrt liasihur decKf?. tnc Upper ecs I UsliZuti hi- FieM Marr: uudonn VV " and F,- far from. it. , I flush, 309 and boots, which he had ordered to ue put on a ... -ni. ollt lhe truly -wonderful Tl:tSTl fbr. short time; previa t. to .n u, a- v" ; - ' moh , 8ullcmcnt .s -'tf V, feet 9 in- tu UDarcnrxeioa.e ni ao.r.-..uK-T.-.. . . - , - , i..in. I . , '..T.- r.t, ,t of Ihe dininff j i ' . . tiurDi tvs nmn a a t. mimo.i-aiis w:siii;i La. l . i v nLii ... s-iaa r r- ftnaa - a iit i.nii u utuu m. .. - - - r and was carciuiiD rraiig-iis u. rn. -S . ' axMn mRiiri W 03 feet ti ,. i.RipIeyfomsrcJi!1 .i,.n atrlSoi, and 1.1 mt: . 'JlSfl civil authorities lS i r s-rv r-e peace,' Before tLe arnvilnf the '-Tcpj, the sJSatr er.drd rn t ?r. if , i'1 , ticaruera rr hs nr c .i , X 61 S; LfiuJ. ttreet. here I . " Liet i:i Ce miJ.t c - v l N ixf.n, a r- a lent'fir Sir., rr t.i afl r O. IJj.l f ri e pnrt cf Jc? f t T coaled his face ben.ith the feUd of fa.-. top. w J ; . J 93 c . rJ rrjall fias put str.ucded bv . t iat h:, eue uj ht j,oP ffi nU the 'mmnhU? N ,cir reylVst in . thi pJSbi 3 Inch there re?M pl .hi- bed. and put on h -.rotor. . iy'Crit mKtion, Vhich could be pte. beoarf.e ota man to dte Ic a bea A mom - ; - v bVl ,y J1CCJ4 a w.m copd Into ihe njmctotB ! rt.narkabiein.tan .s .nd Enquirer ofthe Ja!,18 2 Pppponriatei td lha.re, , Uetna, who, a td orttttne fctjur tiio! urcii iifti Tniii'l be struck with : lye r n.l.u S-xvn tnns wi!l be i irr mni-mtv sceisiia lo.oe as ee .-.-, -, .1. were usei '"i" mir- - . . , i 1 n?reuw - , . -.s,i. k ..."'PPWfanee indtcati J, thit -A-f I rl rihf I fcull u..Ji" '3 ts- V" ,' l-iuv wdter. : This commmoa wcss rooma una .-wuuist ut-i-..-. , li;?-ThiGn,f.fB.,--.l. , dentil, unl I wguj! :vU .ir rr. t. , c f-Gr. -..f..ji,,1,,, and first posses' o01'''.." !..Li . . Tw snMns room and U Lied rrti-rjDyuJuir.irivgi . . i-r- --r - : t , . ; ' r:,TVa!-'tfhinMrtreiitaated mthu ha eV of po exin3 nor- a rerie, of itaMily t?.ron c.c,cVs PuV ta1,ty.st;:l tfn-i- ; toeanh-I l' Urn for ithW int - f ,?t, d.r.pr the suncr of h Hte Seated y f JlVt tr.rtanr,! w.t,;.,rral:,-,Ot;c:a;t,. - cflhei,ut0 or.tU.S.ntar, or fn ir5a4diart.e4r. 'Tlec.'.:t ..y J vi una u.t.i!iitii iiiaA..eiiJ.ic iiuifi'v 1 ... . .w. wrpt ti-.r: . 0 i;;,m:icr.-' ' ! 1bwvr.cftLerJnptMV!i;"!,aS. jul oc throuSV v rstyrn -i eau-. ; .-v . , t C H...H1 U' n.tiui'Ji.- ( w-ki a..n i i."- 1 pine, a '""7 - - . 1 , , - 1 . 1 ' - - - 'T? r r -'t t tr 1' cr. i. s it's r.r urr;.viarnTMitiu.j.i Vi(Ia HCi . .j uro ju-.-- : - 1 " , 1,,. tllt i j c ' J I a I s I c ' '. r. 1 .-...:Tr IK jlj-icai". betid it3 ver tcufn . ' tfdaCrifer6. tr,rfJrT:'-uO ji,i teof j l; lf.l-; ,'-:.tLT.cntUhtlrr tun i Uf a. n . pr;i J., fu.,, ' ' ."77,J,L A.--'.;tftI, e.. . cnmoiunicate to hm a certain eommawl.;- . -Bui it is a questioa,.whtther he will believe me.'? observed the bagnan,.balf doubtingly. i "Take this rtpg," added the Duke, giving him asigiet, ana mmiue oner, uic iravcucr was on wis wa v aondt tne mui'. wiui an oruer in which the firm of Smith and Vcnklna had nu participation '. -tf y :. "' ; The General eye followed him as be esca ped the bullet, and ;, took his coarse over more than nC field, and. many hundred dead and dy-rnov- la due time the eScct of the order 'waa manifest, ard the "servicu" was done. Notl toe rnore was seer of the adventurous bagman. The "Duke made'manr enquiries for -Alr. 'Jones,' hat in' vain, ana ne- ai iengi emo mc elusion of hl having fallen with other god men and true. ' ' " , Manv vcars bad elapsed when a servant at ApsleJ hHisc announced the name of a., yiaitor, 'e Mr. Jones. The Duke happened to be d's. t-ngcd.and gave permission tor nirn 10 enter his nrcsencc, when wb should present hnnscW hut'th -civil" hero ot. Waterloo.- wlo uith scarcely any change of costume from tl at width he Wore' on the? memorable day, advanced, say if.S-I ani Mr. Jce, "f J00' Gfaco wniemte-r-. .Vrftincr srrvrcc 'I rerr ember ag:cit personal hrie ni? dar wr,".said his Grace, intcrniplrng him' an J, sinking : bis hand, 'jillow can" I serve " !.'". '- ... ": ' " ' "Vhy, 1 nmof'hb f fnt ofSmitlx and Jenkins f the hardware line, end the honor of your'pat- ronare. and Governmanl patronage .. y , I harl not fail toexcrt titycetf, m your be hain aid hi grsce; bttt what became cfyou invmediately alter you delivered your order t? : ' CUAPTEC III. . Cotkt d' Harmingny and Baron C Aigre ville; mounted 00 noble steals, goreeoualy ca prisoned, and followed by a long tra:n of re tainers,' are at tho castle's pate. Rodulph and KaouL yalient and renowed warriors, are c- COUnied IO git'trin- -"r.. M.Tirc.u1 are proud and marl LI; the bearing of both is stat e'f and majestic. rW two8i8tcra haveafaiioned thpmsrlvra on thdbalco.iy above; they gaze upon tlie sceno beluw Vtfi looks of admiration: 'ti th e gorge on an pompous grandeur of the cnurt of Iyui XJV, fhicli Ihe noble lords a n diptayinj be frc flem. The golden trappings of. their liorees their ricli and costly liveries tho wavinf of plumbs and or. richly mbnidered bannc--their decorations loaded with pre cious jjtnn their long ' purnle eashea and diamq!)d-hilted sword in fine, the luxury 'k1 irngnificeoce of the great century dazzle the iui'iphanfr."-l ; -."tv. :. ... y Hinche !" whimpered Alix ' to her pvter ; !ook it h TOi yonder! Mark hi noble bearing! 1 wo fd it were .Ilodololi, whom fate reserve for rr. It must be I'm sure 't is be!" dear sister; oh yet", ti Uodolph. His tame was called just 'now. You My well !i3 the handsomest.".; t , I- "I jiad. not said 1 he handaomeat."' "Abeit you thought as much' V lidecd,'ti true," ; : ' ' ' ' thought can dwell a secret from either Oftlsp :v;vh:Vv ; : '.'V-v,, .-'v. '.'cHAPTrB' XV. ' V Tie future .bus ha tid r, presented; by Lady Clanfore to thd heii of AriVaV have pent gcvetvl day at the castle; and being charmed by thin-educmg beauty of tho two young vir gin?, ve called forth their best endeavors to pleas them.' - The chaser tournament, music, danci and pleasures of every description, suc ceed eac!i other rapidly at the castle. The ear 4 availed on every iao by the merry voicdi of the guests; each day ushers forth new joyp,ne fast iviiies; the old manor wall ring with'inirtli and gayety:' 'ltodofph, the graceful and iffectiona e knight, was the life and soul of a-1 th magic. - . No means, which nature and fortune affj a to captivate, were spared on the part of the two lovera to 'win the heart ol the fair enters. Mid, vet haughty handomo and stately, Kodolph won every lieart. Not lese captiva ti.ii than hi rival, ilaoul commanded tinivertal admiiatkwfj''" ;bui Jt'nlikc ;hi ' latter,- 'hi IcoK by time etcra rd cloudVd. And when th1 q testion, in thd neighborhood, was aeked which -was'-the most agreeable of tho two; none repUe4-KaouU.'"nr'!r-:!rv ' LADrCtarnore had nearly accomprished h ouniFT ki this life.' Jier extreme ago weak ened her mind; Jier ladyship could n- longer foreake Jier cbamper, and her faculties ,wero gradually fading away. T he grave we soon 10 cute over, a aiuo aim ueucu guiiui.u. Tie rnarriag-banns have jn t been publish ed initho viUdgc church. Alix has risen with thesjn. ;She.love8 her uejxotnea,wttn aji tne ardor, of maidetily.yirtue.' Khe looki.forward with guileless transport to ine-uay.on wmw this La dotne and acc jnplsshed KodoJpb will becoinft her, partner lor h.r, and, fity herlf tlleaveij hi, crowned uy wiehe J Still. herbreaPtn3 'agitated oy pamiui enifHiwuK. her loal-fefiecti'vagut' and glooy i).ion. HcrV.umbirs.were JUtd bed H n:;bl a hot iViiy I can scarcely tin, aia iMr.wtmir., locking up to tho c .::ir.g... At first I got: Into Iho corner fie.ld amorg o'ere s'uaent t:cn over the hedga among ant'icr; tlei j ' a wrtng rrrrve am-" 1 ll 2 Frets: '1 -sl.cn. ""T l.i'sa w k'"',d--t,ien i"ar'i en'm nrmrj "!. whilst '-. j vf-Jr hnr" u- "--cr at'd.ri'.v. i f. en If t o- t n a t. ' i 1 as 1 1 oil ? t,"atJ tear. 1 ! v iar ; 1 lit I I i fMil :i - fsver benumba, her trnses, ana uer ica.ures bear tmpreff ol ' unusual weariness. "y v : Ai;x. with 'fairried fslcps, tcclis 1st iistcri cbaaber; ' . ' r" ' ' "- ' B ut Blanch haa kwo abandoned her couch, and i w arKlerit? 1a ll3 gardena of the manor. Tia the,rt t;rH.onJ j etcive tlie l.er i I -;t ,tolh h'S'-r'-Z ' c :'' lt!'-rr'T" T , .';e tl ; p-. 1 t ; rrn. ' 1) 1 j I'm m --'"'; ward . !!. 4. I t pt, T r I -' -i V. J o- - ' ' ; ' 1 Of' f .t'i CCli, - " pr a frrr. .( fr r.f !.'! tl'p .1 i. ... -r-'Mi . - . rr.. .--,.." ii .1 i J a: ! r-'.t :l cf : f tj ? r " 1 cia O i.;;!y IIrcvr f t ll -