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I. ' "'v. TTJi 0 1 v N'm r m 111 EMIHT o : c JVeio Series Vol. .2 No. 43. RODNEY, (Miss,) SATURDAY,. MARCH 14, 1840. 1 r t 1 1 f -rvausMao mxr WCDHUDAY. ?r -7 n O 2 A 03QOTYN V: At FIVE DOLLARS per year, in advance. , fcpNo paper diaoontinued until all arreara ges are paid, unleas at the option of the editor. Terms of Advertising-. . Per square of ten Hnei or less, for the first in sertion. One Dollar for each additional inser tion, Fifty Cents. " i fjr To those who advertise by the year, a Jiberal discount will be made. -;- The number of insertions required must be marked on all advertisements, or they will be continued until ordered out, and charged for accordingly. Or All Job Work must be paid for on de livery. ' 00070H n. d. ficzzxttt, - v ' formerly of Maysville Ky). r H lbNUEKS his professional services to U the citizens of Rodney, and neighbor hood, in the various branches of bis profes- lon. He may be found at the Union Hotel. Dr. 'P. refers to the following gentlemen : 10 the Medical Faculty, of Transylva nia University, Lexington. Professors Caldwell and Short, Louis ville Med. Institute. Tho. L. Dobyns and E. G. Wood, Rod ney, Mi. 7 Dr. Davis and Metcalfe, Natchez, Mi Josias A. Lyle, do Professor J.S. Riddle, Louisiana Medi cal College. 1 Rodney, May 4, 1839. , : JLQiy jyotice. : O. XZ. X7ZX.OOZ&T73. ST. TODD, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, TUTTIU' PRACTICE IN PARTNER yv SHIP, at Fayette, and will attend all the Courts of Jefferson County ; the Cir cuit Court of Adams anddaiborne Coun ties, and the several Courts at Jackson. ' William N.Todd will reside at Fayette, Office near the Court House. Business confided to either, will receive' the prompt attention of both, f - IN. G. H. Wilcox will continue to re tide at Rodney, and practice his profession its heretofore. . O. T. rxAHTin & O. CXXAHTIXT, j ATTORNIES $ COUNSELLORS AT.LAW. ' ILL attend the circuit courts of Jefferson, Claiborne, Adams and Warren counties; the high court of Errors and Appeals, and the United States court at Jackson. . Address G. T. Martin &, Brother, - Rodney, Mississippi Rkfebbicces. Hon. G. Robertson, Hon. D.Mays, ' Lexington, Ky. Foster & Easton, N. York. -SrWf Oaky fc Co., New Orleans, . ; Dr. J. B. Warren, Rodnev, Miss. , H. B. Hill & Co., Louisville, Ky., - viitTiTAn iu poutdexteii, A TTORJtE Ytc CO UXSELL OR -AT LJHW ' Vidalia, Parish of Concordia, La. TTnriLL attend the District Courts forthe YV, Parishes of Concordia, Madison and Carroll, and the Supreme Courts at Alex andna and New Orleans. March 27f 1838 ' ; v 19tf ' JIM XT JYO TMCJE. . . i J. B. BETJXa 1 A. O, ZZUX7TXIZI, JTTOJRJCIES k COUNSELLORS at LAW WILL attend to the practice of their profession; in the parish of Concor dia Louisiana, the joining parishes, and in the hieher courts of the State. Their office is in yidalia:! : March 27, 1838 19-tf ' JOIIIT P. COI.Tar,TAT7 n II AS resumed the practice of T JTIL Office in Port Gibson, next door to the lanch ot the nanter's uantc - -April 10, 1839. tf49 Winter Clothing. H US l received trom the rvortn, a com- , plete assortment of fashionable clothing to wntcu.we invite ine aiienuon oi purcuas ers. GRIFFING &. CAROTHERS. -October 23, 1839. ts-77! Bacon. I I rfT Casks Bacon, a superior article, for sale by HENRY & HOYLE. Jnae 17 ICSO: : Stationary; YTU3T rscecived, a full and fresh, supply cf Ccsary, and lor sale by . . T, n PRTITF.ROTOWK fit CO.'5 CO RoxTana'o Tczic I.Iituro. C-ti! :ri, jut received d pr -an 3TOI, I Cj COi --C3 4.4. tr.r Cotton Storage. THE subscribers have provided large and commodious ; , , . - ' Cotton S he d s which are now in complete order for the re ception of Cotton. They pledge themselves to take every pains to prevent injury to Cotton that may be stored with them; and respectfully solicit a share of patronage from planters who may wish Cotton stored in Rod ney. HENRY &. HOYLE. Aug 22,1839. 68. Commission, Storage. & For warding. JT AM now prepared to receive Cotton on U Storage, and will make liberal advances vn money, on shipments to New Orleans or Liverpool J ' " " r Punctual attention to, and prompt sales made of all consignments of 'Produce, and other articles which may be entrusted to my care. ; . Up Country Produce and Groceries, fur nished Planters on the most accommodating terms. JOHN A. WATKINS. Rodney, Sept . 18, 1839. 72. Cotton Storage. THE subscribers are prepared to receive and carefully store all Cotton entrusted to them. GRIFFING & CAROTHERS. Sept. 18,1839. 72. Commission j&Porwarding. TTAMES & BAYLY, of Rodney, Miss., have connected themselves with RICH ARD BECK, of New Orleans, in the Com mission and Forwarding business; which will be conducted in the latter olace bv Thomas P. Bavly and R. ' Beck, under .1. c r o T.-t rr I mo ii i in oi uayiy, oecK at, v,-o., ana aixvoa-1 ney by John G. James, under the firm of John G. James & Co. JOHN G. JAMES, THOMAS P. BAYLY, RICHARD BECK. New Orleans, 27th Aug. 1839. 69-y Calomel. ; Tl fhifh -Lhs. English and American Cal- omel, just received direct from New York, and for sale by It. a." mi'tuzua TUN'H &. CO. Aug, 19, 1839. 68 Cold-pressed Castor Oil. IyH) Gallons Cold-pressed Castor .list rAC O ! V Of I gnrl df cola K R. N. FETHERSTON'H &. Co. Aug. 26, 1839. 69 Olive Oil Baskets Olive Oil, a superior arti cle, just received by R. N. FETHERSTON'H &. CO. Aug 19,1839. 68 Lemon Syrup. , Tfh Gallons, just received by ' r.n FETHERSTON'H &. CO. 68 Aug. 19, 1839. .Large Assortment of Nails. A. - nuu won auncu xjui ot Nails, just received and tor sale by HENRY cV HOYLJfi. July 29, 1836 Lancets. Doz. Evans' Genuine Lancets, just re It. N. FETHERSTON'H & CO. Aug. 19,1839. 68 Superfine Cloths. A Vftrv minfirioi- Inf nf Hln I r rr . imM ' j v-v"" " ,vl BO,D uj GRIFFING $ CAROTHERS Macaboy Snuff. TCIRESH supply, just received and for sa 1 , R. N. FETHERSTON'H & Co! Oct. 9, 1839. tf-75. T .nnr.nn PpWnmOMr Ar Snnno .7mT A SUPERIOR lot received direct from lAondon and for suilo Kv R. N. FBTHERSTOfi'H & CO. December 0, 1C9. 82 Sulph. Quinine. rtO Ounees Ouplp. Quinine, a superior - J v VVVI . W4. .MMU .W . fT4.44t " J R. N. FET'HERQTON'H & CO. Aug,3,lCC3. , V CD White Lcadr Linaeed pito, meet efPS4jurJ received trd r. n. nrrnzrxTcrrn t ci U3T received ttlf-r c I n cr-jtj r IZ::?JY CLAY3 ADDRESS TO THE i wnica or tiieij. states. '7i (A Parody on Rrwea Aidrttt.") , Whigs, wi' Washington wha bled, " , Whigs, whom Harriton has led, Wbigs, whose noble sires are dead, . , Arouse ye sons of Liberty Now's the day and now1 the hour, " See the rapid strides of power y All your freedom they'll devour Wi Armies and Sub-Trearurict. Wha will he a traitor knave? Whavould be a palace slave . Wha his vote will ever give, 'Gainst freedom and her cause? - Wha for order and for law ? Wha his vote will rightly throw, For Harrison ! Here, hark awa', Patriot on wi' me. Swear the freedom we did gain ; By our father's toil and pain, : To our sons we'll give again, That they may e'er be free. Lay the Loco Focoslow, ' Benton, Blair, Calhoun & Co : Liberty's in every blow Onward, let us vote or die. EflGRAM ON THE rARTICULAR MERITS OF FOUR Gentlemen or the Long Robe. " Mr Leach made a speech, , Impressive, clear and strong; v ' Mr. Hart, on the other part, - ; Wai tedious, dull, and long, Mr. Parker, made that darker ' Which was dark cnongh without ; Mr. BeH spoke so well , 'v. That the Chancellor said, "I doubt!" On the death of General Wolf, a premuim was offered for the best written epitaph oh thnt iiravn nfllrnr 'A nnmhpr nf nnefa nf all descriptions started as candidates, and 4. . .i I among me resi was a poem seni 10 me eat-1 tor of the Public Ledger, of which the fol- lowing was one of the stanzas: He marched without dread or fears At the head of his bold granadiera ; And what was more remarkable nay, very particular, He clim'd up rocks that were perpendicular. One cp the owners. -When the old Constitution was at Boston, a frank and cu rious tiller of the soil walked on board, and began to survey the craft very deliberately 'opened mouthed ;' babblers, that 'keep noth from stem to stern, occasionally "handling ing in;' painters ever reluctant 'toshow their mings." lie was accosted uy an oiheer on duty. ; : ; - "Oh, you needn't talk to me aboui this ship : 1 ' I've as much interest in it as you have." " Ab how ?" 4 of all sorts in 'one common mess, "Why, sir, I'm one of the owners, What fun it is, dear Jack, to see these "Indeed explain." creatures. Good christians they are too, "Well, squire, I'm a native citizen of the for they 'give and take.' They return all United States one of the people, and they kindness with interest.: Charitable to a de own the navy. It's true they let the gov- greerfor they give all they have and 'strain' ernment take care of it, and I suppose my a point to do their utmost. Candid souls! share of the Constitution is rather small, but they 'keep nothing back,' but 'bring every still I'm one of the owners." thing forward' without any consideration for ' . ... '.. : - s feAMBo7s description of a Fotato -The following dialogue is said to (lave taken place in one of our markets a few days since, be - tween a-gemraon ob color and a huxter : "Wha' yer ax for dem 'tatersF "Fifty cents a bushel." ' , r "Whov. Vvp. TnnWtinnQ in oa cents it 1 know'd 'em o be the rail cenuwine. A'tater is unevitably badVunle. iwarlab!y wariablv good, dare is no mediatory in the combina- tion of a 'later; de outside may appear per- fectly exemplary and beaulisome, de inside is a totalnegative. ; But if yer wends de article orTver own recommendation.-know- mg you to be a man of probability in yej. transactions, I, widout any furder cirnium- . - ...... . - r luction, takes a bushel." - ' " ' : Bahktoo. Mr . T: of Vermont, though "Ul u4uainieu wim uoge v., n j t ,- j. S. knrw h m In h nn nf ih mno nflii.nf s mari.a. f u tui.i.in.. r sii:.4. onnosed to hia own. Reintr nnra infl.rmAd once informed that the Judge was then at the village stage- 4 ---- menced abusing the. Judge, in a loud and boisterous conversat on w th others, on c count of some of his nublic acts. The re- - I , marks of Air, T, were that it became necessary say something or other. I "Sir. vmi rpminif mo ther had. when I was a hov. that used tow out o' niahls and hark nt ih mnftn." - aj t i m ' ir waifced out and seated. I ste-e. Bolt. S&i. A gentleman was lately lady ot his acquaintance. very gravely replied the addressed his inquiries. -? ' a . 4. . . far tySyJ.ri?! t 1 in 11 an old fellow tvn -4i. . : f ... .... . a - - i ,u,wiant.,p - cerwnavemesai iiLiCucn ct a glided tomorr cf weedra baildu isj ia fourth street, TCetr Yc , and he quietly said V""' .u T1u?II '.,uf lu"ii C,UK : i THE GREAT WESTERN. SAM 'SLICK., ".: Letter from a Midshipman of fl. II Ship Lapwing, to an officer of the Inconstant Dear Jack Land ahead my boy, and to morrow we come down with the dust, not coaMust, please the pigs, nor gold dust, for I never could raise the wind to raise that kind of dust, but the real right down genuine Yankee dust and no mistake. What, dost thou think of that, Jack? Oh it blue till all was blue again, the whole voyage, but our smoking steed, the charming Ciaderella, behaved nobly. She flew thro1 the water like the steam through the flue, she never broke a bucket, carried awa'y a coal skuttle, or sprung a poker, but behaved like a dear little scullion as she is . She paddled like a duck, and hissed like a . swan. She ran a race with mother CarevVchickens. and beat them by a neck. Oh, she is e dear love of a smoke, Ja k. If we haven't had any dis tinguished characters on board, we have had the honor of carrying the ashes of the grate,' (old pun that, Jack, but we always weaf old clothes and fire old puns at sea, you know) and although we have , been ac cused of poking' our way across the Atlan tic, t don't know how that applies to us, for we lept a 'straight course,' ran like the dev il, and cleared all the bars.' It was a stir ring' time on board, every countenance was 'lighted1 up, and though there was much heat,' there was no 'quarrelling. Falling out' however would be much less dangerous than 'falling in,' and there is some little diP ference between a blow up' and a 'blow out,' as you and I happen to know to our cost. We have lots of land-lubbers on board, young agitators, tond ot Mntestine commo tions, who are constantly 'spouting:7 maid ens, whose bosoms 'heave;' young clerks, who 'cast up account?;' custom-house of ficers, who 'clear out;' sharpers giving to 'over reaching;' Jews, who at the J tafTrail keep a pass-over;' lawyers, who Make noth- w.Shy, oeir motion ;' doctors, who have 'sick visits:7 choleric neoniR. who rannnt. (kpoi. ' ' , . V. k r, -r-w., r uunu iubii uiic, uaunrupis, who give up an they have ;' spendthrifts, who 'keep nothing Inner?' irilAra. cchn rln nnlKinrr all t-.iv hut icm . , 4 MW WW Wll 4-T 1-4 up and down ;' men of business exhibiting 'bills ot Iadiog;7swindIers,who'cQtand run; military men, who 'surrender at discretion;' boys, that quarrel and 'throw up at cards;' servants, that cannot 'keep . their places;' auctioneers with their going going gone; preachers, who say 'they want but little here below nor want that little lona:' hypocrites. that make-'long faces:' grumblers, that are J palette;' authors, that cannot conceal 'their J effusions printers . that never leave 'their sheets ;' and publishersr that first 'puflf and then 'bring forth their trash;' in short, men j themselves; although there is no danger of I death, they are resigned to die. Their pride I is so humbled, that they no longer 'carry 1 their heads high' or are burthened with a ' J 'proud stomach,7 but are content to remain ln tne P,ace lney occupy. The vanities of dress they wholly discard, and would be disgusted at the sichtf new clothes or cf I ""rv aosieraious ni laoie, ana t 19910 uo uiuers ot mis worm on principle. f.,B 4,1 mVtU Wn;1 can be more edifying, Jack! It is as ga as a sermon, is it not! Then when ey 8taTnd on t'other tack,' it is as good as at play .Hallo! what's this f Oh dear! .1 your pardon, Sir, I do indeed, but when I It ...jj.: . t- i - - .". . ? vwu,co W1 suauen, il minas me so I can't 4ee? 1 am 800'ry I mistook your hat for the loasm. iont mention it," madam, but, ob I wwi;j siooi is loose behind, and away we1bolh rol! together into the jee-scupTCrs laoaara wasnea nn tnrwnrrl nnrl Ihpn aft WAm - . . Z : i:Z'"Z Z ITT '"T.v J" o ui nun ma a am, dui x cou;j i ohjuiu u oenina. it came so sudden, ; j ocu1 p snau i s PPe sea I nope 1 Shalt never see Q "f"". wouar i .uiu a( aown uiai ume. lor she was nooned. Ua, l.l.in anoin 7 l. J!J I4.4i it's you ever ? do call the steward, p!; "u",lu www, i hwi wTer.mnifa uu, 1 w rougnii ever 1 reacn laaa, co- m m a jTS ' m tbat Py take me down whi ttzM fp, Swallowed SO C J-l Llid saltwater, jrettvdjalc 3tU:.uitcetT 1 I Ui4 UU"4 t... , V.. ri csu.i patii j 4- v. v 1, cf f - .iJ . ; , , v - V . I Iw ,.J i.iU W Mlrt rf - . wi - . itt-.3C;. Ha u taUta gradually so shapedl . " U,S I" W";. . . lJ for the Judge to asnameu i snail die, 1 hope 1 diiaTt ccr- f k! A,u,mv u. ny ming oi mat Kind, well, 1 enifeo r.xd himself in the " 'l"r r :,r. iTr- b crtrred,' Cxa4af U t iu.,. , V .. - fittcrpriioo)yyi:L4-:(7;- inauirintr for a . . " - 1 4 "-V ,v 1 tr Ilvdsr -' cr T- ' Ilta-.- v r "She is dead - v,. - VrJ' tT-tt:h:ai3-fc3 bitc;-, : ir;"sr,, - fa99!I"r- wretch foeartht,. . JO !:i halk:;h-5!Fr! -''v -;. . - r - -4 r-l hor i4ioaa47"l . ' . ... ..'"i.:l .w .. . -' Vi r--.r 1 ' Vt T .' , ' . .... r. TJpcaa : 7-".vz: : - t carat Hi t:.n.-r ' t. rr., M - . - 1 ! He returns tnd takes His seat, and his head falls on his bcsosi; but he must be rough- ridden before be will be well trained, so here is at him again: Pray let me send you a little soup with Cayenne. - tie) gives halt a dozen angry shakes of the bead. But the only thing to be relied upon is, a slice of fat pork fried with garlic ; it is a specific, lie makes a horrible mouth, as if the very idea would kill him; shuts hiseyes close, as if it would prevent his hearing; and folding his cloak over his head, turns round and lies down on the deck in dispair. The officers of the watch and I exchange winks, and I pas on to the saloon, for a glass of (what the navy has gone to the devil without, since it has become too fashionable to use it as Nelson did,) for a glass of grog. cut oh! my eyes: look here, Jack: bear a hand this way, my boy! Down the com panion way with you, as quick as you can, and look at that poor devil pinned to the state-room door, with' a fork through; the palm of his band, which the steward stuck therein a lee lurch. Hear him bow he swears and roars; and see the steward stand ing looking at him, and hoping he hasn't hurt him: as if it could do any tiling else but hurt him. See what faces he makes, as if he was grinning thrdtigh a horse-collar at Sad dler's Wells. What a subject for Cruik- shanks! I must not suffer him to be releas ed till I catch him. Where the devil is my pencil? a guinea for a pencil! Oh, here it is, ana paper too. i must nave mis living caricature. Stop, steward, don t touch that fork for your life: call the doctor perhaps you have stuck an artery, (I have him) the blood might now too freely, (1 wish be would hold still) or you might wound a nerve, (he twists about so there is no sketching him) in which case lock-jaw might perhaps en sue, (now he roars ! there is no catching that mouth) rusty iron is very dangerous to wounds, (I have him now,)-eapeciauy to wounds in the hand and feet, (that will do now; let us see what he will do.) 'Steward, why don't you 'fork out, you rascal? 'Draw' you scoundrel, or I'll murder you.. 'That 'fork' has spoiled the carving of the door. 'Palmy' times, these ! That 'tine' is - not 'tiny,' sir. It is a great bore to be bored through the hand in that 'unhandsome' man ner.' I beg pardon, sir, says the steward, it was not my fault; but this ship is so 'un handy, it is, indeed, sir. Excuse cae my good fellow, I say (for I cannot Jose, this op portunity) excuse me; but vcn have put a stopper to your whist playiag.!W so, sirr Your adversary can see into your hand. 'Hump! Don't thank you for your joke.7 It would be a devilish good joke if you did. So, now Jack, you see what a 'trip of pleasure1 means among these land-lubbers; and that is better than 'puming your faith to , my sleeve,1 as the steward did to that sea-calf's of a passenger. But here comes a great vulgar conceited ass of a Cockney, who thinks we are bound to talk of nothing, during the7 voyage, but steam and machinery, two subjects which I detest above all others ; they are so technical, so shoppy, so snobbish. Hear him. '- ' Pray, Mr. Piston (who the devil told him my name was Piston tilt's one, I hate, it sounds so Brummagciri-like, and I hate a fellow that uses it unceremoneously)- Pray, sir,' do you know the principle of this boat. I have the honor, sir; he is Captain Clax ton, of Bristol. : "r-. " -' -: f No, no; I beg pardon ; not-wh but what is tho principle T - .. Ob! exactly: now I take. The principal, sir, b 0,000 pounds, and it pays 9 percent, he b establishing a raw: if he geta through tbis examination, he will eschew me forthe future, as he wouid the devil; Take ray wcrd for it, he will never put ma into tho Witness-box agamv f " - ? V-; ! You don't comprehend me; sir. 1 merely wbhed to ititk you if it were ca tha hk or low principle. - , On tho high,cl3cidsdly , sir, for they charts 12 ICj. for a passage, which is high, very hih, isidacd. The object,' sir, is to exclsds poor people, alisch it does not elTectually answer evca ''that purpose (and! gave hit a t:jn:."cont lock.) You observe they tshe crt:" cassensers, though it rai't-t per haps b9 an ilpnvemsnt if they did (another siniSccct lcckj which the insisiScxst lV ber appears to take.) - Odi prcfanumTul-ja et arceo (I like that last, word, it is. f ,es pressive cf the cc!d shculizr) , is tlta very proper mctto cf the very? erd-drs Ccrd cf j JLr:recters at juki" - f-i:ji"r,V-if i-M"-x fear ct c-: O 3 J 3 L-3 C-r c-:Ll3 fri-d, his ira rU;yy JCLr.'? C-.k? I- - thfsW rrr a.rrlrrn Frjre;; M ,T U :r .7lU aiii hsaviits stsssacli, re fc-i c : ' Dea r Jack, say what you ci!3, citi IrVi t . fly oat of the wiodow, when tul, 13 crrr to the dear creatures, whom I really o !cr. I will drop ths subject, cr tz'Sz?, Czr' i up at once. Now, 1 will take a ns3 cct cf tltt crc: old spinister on ths csirp-cixxl. I ttta r o!duiaid,and uevcrlow zn crzzy i showing them up. It nay ba.cart 'j5-; I mit; but man is jan animal, bipes urtrir risibilis, as Aldrichhas it What dzZzi tion of a man, implum'uJandyetlfcaraccc fellows with feathers in their cxps, teSttzZ I hope to nave one in mine, before I C?r but, still I must have my lark, let who?tr;U pay the piper. Here, boy, run fcrerard, end tell that young scape-grace Uecra, C:-t u he does not do what 1 ordered him, h may 'lookout for squalls.' 'Oh dear! lit. Pis ton, says the lady, pricking np bsr cxrr,!Z a cat listening, do you really thick tbzrn b ; any dacjer of 'sqUalbT Oh, very cucb so, indeed, Lladam! but dont be alznnrd, there is no darger, if -no, no, tbcre is ; danger, none at all, if' T'y If what, sir? do, pray tell me! ; Why, no danger, madam, if there eict e blow-up, but pray don't be frightened, it : can't reach you. : . 1 Reach me, sir! why it will reach us all. A blow up! oh how shocking! Do be so good sir, as to sit down and tell me how is Hurt Don't be alarmed, madam; I mm sorry you over-heard me; there is no danger net tne least in ine wono, notninz out m iiuia blow-up, it will be over in a minute 1 . Over in a minute, sir! bnt where shall wo be? we shall all be over m a ninuU, too ; all over-board! ' ' I assure you, madam, there is no darier, Do be composed; they are very common. I know it, sir; they es always tSowmj cp ; steam bcz.13; three hundred lives led oa ths Mississippi the other cay. ' , ' Three hundred and eighty, mid I. ! - ; ' Yes, three hcudred tnJ eighty, caii t!;i -' and every day, almost, ty ara fclpwii c?.J , There was the Cants AiTza, scd tba LTarCbs, and the Three Sisters, abd the Two Ercch- 1 ers, and I don't know how many cre, tlowa up.' ,-i,-.;r. .-.a . .;;,. Steamboats, madam t - ' Yes, steamboats, sir! thsy tre ytxj iia- gerous ; never again will I put ray feet ca j board of them. Uh, dear, lwKaltrcs est of this horrid stearaerl r - ; But I said nothing of steamboats, itnrTan. ; : Do you call blowing-up nothing, sir; ecsU ing to death, sir, nothing, sir$ drowcirj nothing, sir: being sent out of this rcrU ra that awful manner, nothing, nrt V . Rut," madam, way don't ba crsEui; wasn't talking of steamboats at all. " Then" what are you tslkieV; tirt CZ, dear! I am so frightened, sodrtcdfeily Ct'tV ened; I feel so shockingly nervcusi I ca ill of a tremor ; what were you txlhb cf tl,! sir? - i ' ..;"r ;:";t:r?$ I was merely saying, ncdim, th:t ittzrtl George did not clean my beoW) look out for squalls, fir 1 wcdtJpve &cr blowing-up, which mescs , i :l " ,H : Yes, yes. sir,! know what it csecs cxi then drawing hercalf up as ctstcly ts a 3t 4 1 I'll not trouble you any furtherVcir. ? 1 ' . Not the least trouble in the WdrtJ, rzzZzj said I, risks, tsi csilb, iict lha Izizl fc!; ble in the Ccrldf r&thera $-zzztz, Iczrira; you. - , ; ' ' .-' - ;' ': 'v ..;"' ' Yes, ray eaffc!!3,if fsaxrzzX ti cca the world, teha atrip ia tha Grtc: tVcrn1 j or soma cf tbeso wbithirj li3 ctirr,; and yoa will cca ce C:ai tl 'Cifj'cJ csaia crtSiia a TrtzZ yc3 'Ct.j t th. InccetK:t' ia whether vou CMoxr lest tnsv t-: cc.;r.t7 c? ijii ,xrc-r. v hod or,by i esit? crtt-.V-21-a fart friend in c!J " - . . i mi i i inn .ilh in 1 J sirea Q citril a valaetb tJ eirj-i3 J fced io fc-i clrea. trb; cJ 4I dcchcd d t:r!i .rcta -r2 C ' . theeczd ca trhieh cha cr'I7 : erru, cza :u:ct u. 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