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, c ? ''! 'J ..I 1 v. ' V k F7 UJ LJ LpiJ mmmm3 E mini ni i ILmmmiiO .r'. J. A. STEVENS, Editor & Proprietor. YAZOO CITY, (MI.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1843. 'VOL. 7, No; 31. Whole No. -331. r n y lJT Cy e y - 'i . r -iv i i . -- j) .y--. -i The Lament of the Irish i:mlsraut. ky tiis iion. srns. rmcn elackwood. T.M sitting cn the stile, Marv,, Where we fat $iJo t') eiilf On a bright May morning, Ions 2 When first you were my bride. The corn wsa springing frsh and green, And vUo lark sang loud and high, And tlft red ai on your lip, Maky, And the love-light in your eye. ThcV(' " little charcedi Mir.Y, Thedny is bright e then; The lark's loud tong is in my car," AirJ t!ie corn is preen nain! Tut I misa the soft clafp of your ham , And your breath warm on my check, And 1 Mill keep hst'ninK for the worus You never more may pcak. 'Tis but & atrp down yonder lane, And the little church stands near, The church where we were wed, Mary, l-ec the ipirc from here; . Hut the grave-yard liss between, Mary, And my tcp might break your rest, -For I've laid you, darling, dow n to sleep, With your baby on your breast. I'm very lonely row, Mary, For the poor make no new friends, Uut oh ! they love the better (ar . The few our Father tends! And you were all I had, Mary, My Messing and my pride; There's nothing left to care foi now, Since my poor Mary died! Your'a was the brave good hearf, Mart, That still kept hoping on. When the trust in CIoo had left soul, And my arm's young strength had gone; There was comfort ever on your lip, And the kind look on your brow ; I Mess you for that eimc,MARY, Though you can't hear mo now. I thank you for that patient smile. When yout heart was like to break, When the hunger-pain was cnaw'mg there, And yoa hid it lor my sake! I bless you for tho pleasant word, When your heart was sad and sore ; Oh! I'm thankful you nrc gone, Makv, Where grief can sting no more. I'm bidding you a long farewell, My Mary, kind and" true, Put I'll not forget you, darling, In the land I'm going to? They say there's bread and work lor all, And tho sun shines el wys there, Iiut I'll not forgt old Inland, Were it fifty times as far". And often in those grand old woods I'll sit and shut my eyes, And my heart will travel bacV again To tho place wiicrc j.iaky neo. And I'll think I see the little stile, wtir. wa B-.it side bvside. And the springing com. and the bright May-morn, When first you were my bride! the last cro Ihe lilb-lon thraldom to which mo now, lor 1 would fain seek strength lor !m un doomed one tiav to lurv forever the trial before me." The door closed up- S J I . - M. - . ".I. .. . with the past, joy, hope and love; one day to on the generous and poblo hearted, though - tho lieavxins are crush with an iron hand the flowers that had rash Zingara, ;whilo throwing herself upon cd. We shall.u sprun up iu sunshine around her pith: to her coucli, and burying her face in itsdowny choke iiacK tiic pure lountain oi aiiecuon in iius, uuiuiiumio iinututa su-m her youns heart lor what hcncclorth had vam tnrougnoui uiai long, tcrnoic nigm, mo she todo with humnlovo? Tho rnorrow rcposo which come3 unhidden to the. poor andsho shuddered at tho-thought, for. al- and lowly. . ready tho .shadows were lengthening from ears passed on years of blighUng sor t!ie west tho morrow, Would , see her the row to tho tender, nd'ectiohate hcart,.wLich l.ride nf ran who liko herself, would ratify withered liko a plant at whose root isacon- before tho altar a heartless-cbmptct. The s'uming worraf. whoso green leaves fall ono pomp, the parade, tiic magnificence and re- by one, until it stands desolatcand alone I..1 . .,. i ! !.n l. i. , 11 joicmg ol a royal bridal, swam oeiurc iter wnero once nourisnea in pnue anu jovu- tncntal vision: sho heard the murmured liness. Ucorgo, ot lungland, still resided words of allegiance and ruth, at which hsr under the same "roof with the woman so heart revolted, and felt herself bound by in- cruelly injured, and not only treated her dissoluble tics to ono who had sought her with the utmost indifference and contempt, hand from motives of cold calculating poli- but poured into htr hittcr.cup tho deepest, cy. I hen came aii agony of parting, a sun most torturing insult mat man can oner. denng ol the chords of life, and a lamtness Dissolute courtiers and gay dames, lined tne asof death came over her. At this moment palace with revelry, while its rightful mis- a door opened softly, a liglit step stole across tress-sat in. the solitude of her allotted tho room, and a young girl knelt beside Alio apartments,, with no attendants savo the unhannv Drinccss. ticarcelv less beautiful faithful Borthea. Was it strange that she than her roval mistress was Bertliea Von turned from the joyless present to dreams of Albnrff. tho adopted daughter of Madam tho past? or that a form Jong shrined in the Waller, who nffrsccf Sophia in her infancy, depths of her heart rose often before her ? and who on her death-bed. revealed the fc- Never by word or deed had tho high spirited cretof her parentage. The child of a fas- Sophia compromised the dignity oi honor of cinnting Zingaro, and a Bohemian noble, sho a wife; hut her thoughts wandered in spite was entrusted at her birth to tho care of of herself far from tho gloomy precincts of Madam Waller, with a solemn iniunction to the palace, and the cold calculating being- conceal from Bertliea all knowlcd of her mrince .thou eh ho was who called himself lineage. , As she grew up, the clear olivo of her husband. Never had she received line hor complexion, tho wild Hashing of her dark or token from Albert Kocngsmarck. Could eye, tho resiless, passionate impulses of her he have forgotten her? "Belter so," she nature, her tali lithe form, and bounding murmured, 'than that he too should drag step, were those of her untamed ancestors out a miserable existence." The blast of a of the forest, tempered by the noble blood horn, and tho loud voices of a merry party which flowed in her veins into tho dignity beneath her windows, announced that the and gentleness of the race from which it prince, and his retinue were departing to was derived.. Madam Waller died, but pursue a favorite amusement in the forest. Berthca wa3 not permitted to depart, and Astholast horso tramp dted away in tho ihovgipsy maiden became the faithful devo- distance, and the last echo vibrated on the ted attendant, tho intelligent adviser, and summer air, Berthea entered, .and without friend of tho high-born princess Sophia of speaking, placed a solid and crumpled billet Zcll. "Lady," she whispered in a voice ia her hand. Her eye fell on tho well re- strancely musical, as she pressed the small membcrcd characters, and. drank in the whito hand other mistress to her lips, "La- words lew and mmica, out on: now ler- dy.boco.nToTted; is not thy lot a bright one? j tout how unpassionea in meir supplication Bride of a Kin"! Thou wilt ho nowerfn!. for one brief interview: to say larowell lor- s thmi nrt rrnml nnrltnwnlv. n m-in ,HI pver cro flO SOUht a foreign CraVC. "For -iww,a vwsj U IJll vtuu Mill - - a , worshin than, and l hv himlmnrl ' davs." saia me writer, -a nave iioveicu a j ' 7 ' , ".:.: r Mnnllnn Mmnnf." SnlorrnM.J RnW, round Uie walls luai couiaiu you, waiiiHg iui docs he not openly boast the superior charms c.alh TU d be certain , fate, yet even of tht- hauty dames- of England ? It is to thw will I bravo to see you once more."- twelve moons have beamed upon its, grave, thou wilt lie as low. .Think not to escape,' brass cn which it h u cord- meet again when thou - least expectcst it!" With a noiseless step, Ber thea jon Alburg glided out into the dark? ncss." , ' - ' ' . " - - ni i y c k ii a w e o u s SOnilA OF ZELL. A Fassnsc Trom History BY raitS. M. ST. LEON LOUD. add new "lory and sUength to his kingdom that he soeks this poer hand. Ay when he knows that tho heart which should accompa ny it, is another's. lie hates me", and 1 re- .r- V . 7 joice, lor t could not endure a love which I could not return." "Mcthinks," said Berthca, musingly, "it All that had passed since they last met the fearfufwords which bound her to another her haughty and jealous lord all faded from Jicr heart; tho lover of her youth stood before her; she was clasped to his bosom, and minutes, hour?, flew by, as the hearts so cruelly sundered, held communion so pure and holy that angeU might have gazed Another lapse of years, and in the sace apartment where we first beheld her, the wasted form of the once stalely and beauti ful Sophia of !Zell, reposes on a low couch, whose crimson drapery sheds over, tho pale leaturcs a glow, bnghj and-' warm .as they wcYe in youth, but tho brdw i3 furrowed, the rrrdon trnecoo litun fillon Cmrv iV n lirnl .tj'.h. imib IUI1WU If Will K l kKj IIWUU they adorned, and the very fountain of tears is dried in those dim and sunken eyes. Bending over her, watching with a mothers anxiety, thp gentle breathings-that tell of peaceful slumber, is one who never left her in all the sorrows and" trials of an eventful life. Upon her too, had timo and suffering dono their work. Stern and wiry had be come the features of Berthea Von Alburg; and a wild, haggard expression was in her eyes, (or the wrongs of Sophia of Zell, had burned liko fire into tho heart and brain of tho devoted Zingaro. Foi" her, sake, she had renounced love, rank, and every worldly, advautage; for her sake, had humbled her spirit to endure imprisonment, and shame, until gradually a determinalion'to avenge her royal mistress had become the-ruling object of her existence. It was therefore, with an almost savage jov. that s.ie saw the time approach, when, no longer restrained by tho sweet precepts of Christian charity impressed upon her bv the dying princess, she could seek the object of her hatred, even his own banquet hall. I hen came a packet bearing the royal arms of England, George. was proclaimed King, and he pray ed for a reconciliation with his wife. Calm- and without hetraying any emotion, So phia listened to tho letter, and many minutes elapsed ere she said, No.!., and I charge you Berthea to bear my last message to tho ing of England, if the foul aspersions he ias uttered against mo are true, 1 am npt worthy of him; if false, he is not worthy of me." With no disease but a broken heart, Scphia of Zell sunk into the grave, and when tho last sad obsequies wero perform ed, Berthea Von Alburg disappeared forever from tho spot which had witnessed the suf- erings of one so lovely and beloved. Never, gentle reader, were materials suf ficient in quantity and quality for a volume so wasted, as ia the short sketch to which thou hast lent thy indulgent attention, and ,m the New York Express. : E.tt.uct from a lecture-delivered by Charles F. Hodman: "There-is a tradition of by-gone days, (landed down from generation to generation, of a SpiriuTraveSIor's experience in some Fairy Land, who related thtj existence of a rich; magnificent' and powerful city," many thousand years ago,-in', which ' were to-he seen palaces, mosquesi bazaars, temples and towering monuments and 'etatuary vieing with each other. iarall the splendor of royal magnificence and surpassing grandeur of the east, apparently the wdrk of ages, and desti ned to last "forever; ' and when the Spirit Traveller, tired of the ncise, bustle and gaie ty displayed of tinseled vanity,, itself vanish ed on its continual errands of enquiry and research in unknown spheres. After the In the deepest recess of a palace, whoso lofty battlements overlooked mountain and forest, town and hamlet, the fair inheritance of a princely line, surrounded by all that nrt could ptocure of tho costly and beauti ful, sat a lady whose regal grace and love liness were worthy a descendant of kings. She was scarce eighteen, yet the matured and energy of riper years rested on her no ldo brow, and in her full blue eyes was a depth of feeling, mingled with high resolve, which bc?pokc the purity of the soul within. So raro and dazzlhrg was tho perfect beauty of her features, that tho proudest and hapchticst of Bohemian nobles, rendered the involuntary homage of a bended knee when she moved, the brightest star of a court, where all were beautiful. But if the- magic of her charms was so powerful when the li "lit of a joyous heart beamed from hor eye, and it3 music gushed from her lip, when her step was boiiyant; and robes of exquisite clcgmco adorned her graceful figure, when jewels flashed, amid tho golden curls that clustered in rich luxuriance, around her fair and ample brow; how much more touching when in the sanctuary of hqr boudoir sho sat alone, iniho utter abandonment of hope less sorrow, her hair failing" unbound, like a veil of sunlight over shoulders which vied in whiteness with the ermine of tho robe cast about her; her eyes droo-'r,", and shaded Jby lids trembling with tho weight of tears which drc;pd slowly ono by t;:c, r: 1 rest ed liko pcarli among the dark fUJs of her velvet mantle. Dim csthe chamber of tho dead rr dying, ,was that small, yet luxurious f; : t;. . . :,, for ..tho heavy fold j of crimson i! 1- 'Si.n ccalint nt hrst- tho narrav." ,',,.lo,?t -now Bwept the fl jot as if to exclude every ray cf the li;ht which rested" warmly o a ttesnd tower. Minutes hours passed away, un broken but by the murmur of a fairy foun tain, whoso - waters, issuing from a grotto of mos3y shells, supplied a narblo bath of ex- 1 1.1. I 1. , li.- I1JUIV HUM wa.u lusudro aKinguom and a and listened. A turmoil arose from the crown wun one so handsome so noble, so C0Urt-yard, and Berthea rushing in, exclaim 7"" England, even in the ed"Flv, Count of Kocngsmarck, fly before absence of his strong emotion called love." u is toJ lalc, through this gallcrf, haste, T u , cxc a,raed 11,0 princess, hasle." With ono last kiss on the pale cold J "cl ,uuu j woman s neart. lipa 0f Sophia, one deep farewell "forever,' i i 1 1 kiifiiMcr i tin ra n m t i 1 . . i i . a " "w.wu.u.umtisuciore wnom h tncspH nln the rra erv. A rinrnn t nrr . I 1 C 1 . . .. - . . . I"" ... Q J me wonuer mi attractions ot -this island ers wer0 instantly sheathed in his heart by pnnco woum iaaa like the light of the 7i, mininn., nf r.rnrfrp. hn r,,.;B; meanest star before the noon-day sun. Hast reCeived information from a spy, of the visit thou forgotten count Albert, of Koemrs- rtK- lnrirr Ivmlshpd Cnnnt. .mrt h,,; marckl lie was worthy to-bo loved and I m . .. , . . . " HIMI IttLW UHi. . iu. i.v. U fcv i ii U DUO uuucu i(iti.uiy, wjiue a ncii palace, resolved that Diood should atoue for clCau u uur iair iace, -my love i ,q ntrus on. Sonh a was home hripkin 2d. I charge him with a wickci and corrupt-abuse cf th power of appointn;cnt to aDd removal from office; . first, in displacing those who were competent and -faithful in the discharge of their -public dutis, only be cause they we're euppced to i..,:civ:r. a po litical preference fr anoiL.r; r.:..l secondly, in bestowing them on, creatures of his own will, alike regardless .of the public welfare and his duty to thecounlry. . - -3d. Ichargo'hirn with the high. crime' and, misdemeanor of aiding to exci: 3 a dis--organizing and rev olutionafy spirit jn tho. country, by placing on the records of the de partments of .State hi? objections to a law as carrying no ccnstitutional cb liatioa with it, whereby the' several stales ot this Union were ijivited'ta disregard and disobey a law of Concressr which he himself had sanction- lapse of a thousand years it again reappeared, ed and sworn to see faithfully executed; and was struck with astonishment to hnd trom winch npthing out cusoraer,, coniusioa that this beautiful city had vanished also. and anarchy can follow. ' Instead of which, in the, same place, there Mth. I charge him with being guilty of was a silvery lake of. unsullied beautyj and high misdemeanor in retaining men in office on and around its shores, were to bo seen for months after they had been rejected by naught but a few poor fishermen toiling with! the Senate as unworthy, incompetent, and meir nets, orBKimnung acjoss us gias?y sur- uniamiiui, wim an uuirucuautuui mo puu face with the fruit of their labors. . lie will, and total indifference to the public The Spirit-Traveller asks of them, where interests.-' . :-.K. y --"- - ..; ' is tlie rich and beatititul city which formerly 5th. I charge' him with the high crime occupied this spot? To which.they answer, and misdemeanor of withholding his assent with amazement, we have lived here these to Jaws indispensable ta.:he just operations many years, and our fathers here are buried, of government, which involved noconstitu but nosuch city ever existe'd here ; you must tional difficulty on his part; of depriving the be deceived. And again, after a thousand government of .all legal means of reven ue, years, the Spirit reappears to visit the placid and of assuming to himself the whole paw shores of the lake, in which he had bathed er of taxation, and of collecting duties of the his weary limbs and obtained new vigor for people without the' authority or sanction of his eternal embassy of enquiry and research, law. V and-finds no liquid pearly waters in which Gih. I charge him with an arbitrary, de- to plunge and enjoy his former pleasures. epotic, and corrupt abuse pfhe veto power, Instead thereof the hus-bandman was enga- to gratify his personal and political resent- ged in breaking the turf with his rude mstru- ments against the fcenate ot t o U . states tor ments of agriculture, and all around present- a constitutional exercise of their prerogative ed the inviting scenery of therichest foliage, in the" rejection of his nominee- to oClce, save here and there, where the axe of-the with such evident marks of inconsistency wood-cutter had felled the huge trees; and j and duplicity as leave no room to doubt his as the -smoke ascended from his, rude habita-1 disregard of the interests cf 'tho people, and tion, he was employed in opening the rfch his duty to the country, turf, with his glittering spade, to receive the 7th. I charge him with grcssoCcial mis seeds of the earth. The Spirit again asks, conduct, in having been guilty cf shameless in anxious tones, where is the cooling lake duplicity, equivecrtbn, hid fal-chooi .with in which Ibathed my weary limbs, and have his late Cabinet and Centers,. which hd' to oft enjoyed the sweet delight of wandering idle legislation and useless pullic expense, around its pebbly shores! The peasant an- aI1(i by -which he has brought such dishonor swers, no lake was ever found here. Our 0n himself as to disqualify him from r Jmin fathers were the first human beings whe ever istering the government with advant: -e,ho-viited these scenes, and thfey found it a lone nor or virtue, and for which alone he would uninhabited wilderness, save by the birds of deserve to be removed from office, the air, who joined in their rich chorus of 8th I charge him with an illegal and un melodious notes, and the beasts of tbe earth, constitutional-exercise of powers in institu with their frightful sounds echoing from fo- ting a commission to investigate past trans- fJnrlnZn?ne V- actions under a former administration of tho Again, af er a thousand years the Spirit- customhouse in Nev7; York undcr rretenco Traveller returns and finds naught save high of 6Ge5nff lhfi ,awa Mlhrnnl tL L;,h impendinsr rocks hancinff from the moun- I , f ' . y ; : ' t4m tz hrnw i n cf rcoH v (n H An tha cri t.r. I 0 . . O a. timo when the inquiry .w&3 to be rriade as to the manner in which those laws were executed ... J .. . rii . v, .... ..1-.1I.. r. .K 4 ihhouhiw, iuoutuj iu wuuu modiiuci gidu yiui .uy iuM.Uuuu a., uiucui, ed hamlets in the valley ' below. ..The hawk would we have jenginea it even to a dok, t4 ,n0 wara nrJ M i,o i,uh Knf mtr limit nrn nrpscribfid. nnd wn pan . .i.r . . i. f - u fUndern " " r- " ' t mucus, uiuuiiin ueuauue iu mo anuiuacii ui i j: j . ... - only say, look for a moment at that royal man or beast. .. v : aireciea or wncuonw me appropriation oi .--...nil nr. l-i n. r, f 'PI. . t..l ! .I.K 1 U - 1. T-l .Tl Fl " -"vuu i. 11.UMS W tUB VUIU- r u,tu under h a own adminisfrslmn yvith baTrmn- " - - " H W f II V equipage venerable fores , on the high road o the an- nations. Po-day, sinning in all the opulence . h the authority of law; which,if sanc cient city of Osnaburg. iiow brightly, tho of regal splendor and magnificence, with her . d woud ,acthe revenues of sun gleams on the silver trappings" of the Kings and Nobles emblazoned in the rich the country at his dlspdsal. : and the long lances-of the men-at- F "F? 9th.-I rhsrlmWiiW mi. arms who form the escort. On tho paunels nQwn or - and to-morrow where are meaner of having withheld from the Repre ofthe coach, are emblazoned the arms of thy to bel'ound ! Lost in the ever changing sentatives of the people information called England; yes, it is George the First, and revolutions which heeds not the power of for' and declarcd to be necessary to the in- l!tn !ah nililnti Kn 1'ni.lg of lU Inllk . 1 1. f . I VPfitl W t ! O Ti O f E t tl T1R Tt ft fill S i T 11 A S an A oKllCDS uvea uuvr, me jvjr uivii jiu iwcja iuo uoain i man or me giory oi princes. ot his ni-iaieu wne, is succceuea oy a mriti ot mortal tear, as tne cavaicauc come sua- jiR. EOTTS' ARTICLES OF LM PEACH denly upon an encampment ot the wild and r MENT. lawless race, more ceieorateu lortneir sicui ve convin full from the National Intelli in palmistry, than igrlheir virtues, and lhcgencerj Mr. Botts articles of impeachment vestigatlon of stupendous frauds and abuses alleged to have been committed by agents of the government, both upon, individuals and the government itself, whereby he himself becomes accessary to these frauds." - : sometimes shame! on those who-ask such;a sacrifice, leagues from 2ell, on his way to his own dominions. Ihe night was tempestuous: and on the dastard who would accept It. xiatner WOO I forth thr w Fn nf tho meanest serf than wed this princo." Silent, i ...... ' motionless lerihca listened to these words. then springing to her feet and drawing up her slender figure to its utsmost height, she exclaimed with all. the energy "of her race, "It shall not be, never shall ihou linger with a crushed heart while there is a head to plan, or a hand to execute. Fly, dearest lady," and again she knelt imploringly, "fly; I will don the dress of a page and be-thy" guide, thy protector. do not deny mc. let us seek Albert of Kocr"?rr::rck.v . Alas!" s.wu oupnia, "wero l to 'listen to so wild a scheme it would avail nothing, for care has been taken" to remove him so fir away, that tho hrat tidings ho receives will bo of my marriage. No!. I am powerless, but I will at least meet my fate as becomes tbe grand- diughter of a kin-." Ladv!" siid Eor- s .caiaalow fierco tone, wiiilcJicr eye seemed to emit an, unearthly light through tho gathering gloom wiy bat the word, ai.a tni3 hand shall free von sec, I am not unprepared," ' and tho b'ri-V.t siccl cf a she cr gleamed cut for an instant, and w fearful prediction-that his own death would against the President. There is not one of sneedilv fellow, wheu Sophia ceased to ox- these charges which Mr. Eotts could not have List, rushed vividly bnhis'mind. Many of sustained by lhe fullest and clearest evi the forest, and the prospect of unwonted a- at lhc specifications under .these general musement, drew, up their steeds and the D t..i- , l, . i v " . - cases for which Mr. Tyler ought to be nn- roya w ,s;6 peached and convicted.- But, as thekhope tuu.va3 suvui.u """ that the conviction would have LnV. anTr" ' cool sbadoof h-and Ihere b.no doubl, ehher. from, my .verv memorv thp. omW.i llum ,ti..!bi,i r:r,v fi i .i i- telt ot my idolatry. -Shame! r,r.i!r.wro l-psid in .i np.MmtV r, Oft warujin: quisitc workmanship, and the cf a bird tro:a its cage of golden wire. No footstep intruded, for as a boon had the lady Sophia craved one day cf solitary liberty U-2 again buried m tho foL'3 cf J.cr dross know where slce-rt, z,iA c;:3 bio -iiusu; maiden," ci.4 t::3 iaay boniiia sternly. "Thou kt:n--.vc ?X not vhat thou sly est; and yet, poor child, I forgive thee, there are few who love mo a3 thou dost. ..Leave flash succeeded flash; fhe thunder rolled fearfully, arid the wind as it swept through the mossy boughs of the old forest, sounded ike the voices of fiends howling for their 1 11 1 ! 1 t. prey, wnaiy aiu - no toss n:s arms, and mutter in his guilty slumbers, as the conflict of the elements without, fell upon his dream ing car. I'orms ot dread seemed closing round his couch, and burning eye-balls gla red uponjiim through tho darkness. With a stlrt of horror, he awoke, and by the light of a solitarvjaper burning dimly in tbe chim ney, became aWaro that a female fluro was standing besido him. Enveloped from head to foot, in a garment black as the tempest cloud that shrouded the midnight sky, her Icatures ghastly pale, and her eyes gleaming with a strange lustre," she seemed the em-. bodymcnt of the frightful creations' of his dream. It was, however, a human voice. proceeding from a heart agitated with hu man passion th?at spoke. "George of Eng land 1 call cut at thy peril! nay, stir not from that couch until ray message, is delivered, or this dagger shall drink thy heart's blood. Tbe secrets of fits are revealed tome in tho language cf the . stars, thy, horoscope is drawn, and thy doom is sealed. Tho a hast crushed a flower, it droops, it withers;-thou hast roared "innocent blood upon its roots. instead of the sv.ect waters of allection, it will fade away in its loveliness, and ere " 'TnE Oregon1', Territory. The following is, the synopsis of the bill introduced into the Senate of the United States, in regard to this Territory. Wheeling Gaz. It provides, 1st, for a line of military posts from some point on the Missouri and Arkan sas rivers, into the best pass for entering the valley t)f . the Oregon,; and also, at or "near the mouth of the Columbia river, , " 2nd. For granting one section cf land"to d r.ddition the inter- Wcitern. ests of the United States with the Indian tribes'.,'-. , . .. ;4 4th. For the extension cf tho civil and cri minal jurisdicrion of the Supreme and District-Courts of the Territory cf L .. a over the limits of, Oregon Territory ar.l for the appointment of justices ef the Tczzs in tho same, and the regulatic 1 of their duties. 5th. For the appointment cf Judges and organization of. Courts. - - a elomlpr fmrrpra of tha me'rrv Zincmrn?; 'Whiln i .ut:li r ,t.nn ; i:i,. n .1 innri 1 n 11 r ? n pc inpn 1 nrn n nn i nr i . i tA i mi Hia li j;j i arches of the woods, as future crosses in mallv enter upon the prosecution. Mr Letts , fi 0inlnic cf 1 n,rn mnro . atnnftd 1 for hv n nrPnt l-i nn liowpvfir. has onlv done his dntv in the tore- . "ui. .Vr. wUi Wiira VF I V W W ww j -vww j the ruddy cheek of. the fortune teller.- mlses,1 so that the sin of letting a high officer 'Will vour maiestv learn what the fates are .escape proper punishment rests on others .:u: o1t m n w uw noton him. nve havS before us the prospect .1 ' t" r, vrt 'ttti of two yeara ot gloom, in which oliicial cor- the King's carnage.. "No, no, my pre ty 1 ioiwill rei uncontrolled; but we have matuen, . rexurneu uie muuaruu, nui;e ma th" Eatjsfaction lmsand hrow became paie as death, "but Rrtmethinr from the nower of the cor bring me a cup of water, and Jho guerdon rupted and -shortens their reign; and w-e shall be yours.", lie leaned back, and saw look forward with abiding hopto 1845,when nnt thn tsll fiornre of the "insv. who had snn. tliR nlection of'H'enrv Glav shall drive the ken, nor the herco flashing of her eyes, half spoilers from office, and in the incorruptible ' Cth. The sum to be appropriated to carry , A n l, Ho 1-onH nf hrr shnrt ?rir p! r ai f . 12111 Or tne principles OI wincu ub is me iu t". ucti h ibu fciius. no eye saw he as she drew tho goblet of truthful representative, the htical gloom crystal water from the ppriDg, and dropped that now rests on the land shall be .dissrpa . . ' jr . i,i-.ted and the corruptions cf power cease. The into it a few grains of a sabtle.powder caus- frt-fT1r thJrU nf Mr. Knits: ' ing it to foam to the ,bnm and as instantly . v " Baltimore Pano. suhside; or nouccu tno eagerness ottne Idtf impeach John Tyler, Vice l'resident, thesa phenomrna will !3nn cr.t're er'-nf gaze' which she fastened, on. her unsuspect-j acting as Fresident of the United States, of jthe.su n; cn Tuisd"", Jvno 27, commencing inn victim, as he quailed tne cooling ueve the following high crimes and misdemeanors; tat twenty inmate-! t . . ...i . ' - .... - no ear but his, heard the low hendish j ' V 1st. l cnarge mm witti gress usurpation i ana oen:;: yi;iud c:iic !i wh'Cil ShO Uttered, thd words OI power, ana violation oi uw, iu niicuifi-; utesu ana iu oouia-Ai "Wo have met again, and Sophia of Zell is inS w eBrc 88 a convromng uiuuenw.vvw, lt, a paniat. ecu ct-1:. MBM,lifl- "llerthea Von . AlhurP' iri lli3 accounting ohicers of the trcasury-ae- ot v.edncr Jay, CtU cf year, t. .ere I Ectirsrs. In the course cf th win ub liut-u icupsea, viz: t,"o ct trie sun and one of tho moon, cf VThie'i " th' lat ter will be xllVJ.9 inEndand. ''.3 f.Ut nt' a tenet larlilU wilu v C 4.1 1 i til m the - r.;c:n claimed tho King, ."Then I am lost!"( That night witnessed the . expiring cgonies of England's King,- lhe chcctsjol tho poi son lie had taken, wcre-slmilar to apoplexy, and of that disease, history affirmeththat ho died. Lady's Irrcafj. partment, hy ordering the payment of ac counts of long standing, that had been Ly thein; rejected for want of legal authority to nav. and threatemnir them with expulticn from office unless his orders were obeyed: by virtue of which - threat thousands wers drawn from tho public treasury without tho authotity cf lav,. ." - : . " bavisitlo; n'.-inr.tc? p of the !.. ed.,wTh3 is. ri th " I ----1 .. .. . .. ... , C 1" d ' z c i t ' third end , f. ... i - J u f the gm; cirly in tho.: December 21, and invi in the Chinese Emr ;t u ire,; If di-iti ir.'3 ct , - 3 n - vi.:ib!o L;:;Jetan, the c evenin great Tacific The second in the ni-ht 1 1 & Islands cf Ceylon, Sufoatra,-Borneo, c.