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$ ·Ic ii; % cC r L l·r ·rrq~' SlaSi, · "" ;i p;4*il~ Iif': ·u ~: Itl. O ,, 1 P -i '· ? r i it l~gCT~,. i, ~jds~i~ . c zy.. r··.' i L -E ·-- "u .~C -* t r s I·· rt si y ~iiBn C1 f ,~ege~i F i· 'r t;e :i~ J r· ~ Si 4 ;*r ip~ ij~aBL~L1 : b ·1 -- ~,:·n Ltel ·, ~ ;rl ·: i ··t3. "~ -~..~;-.~-.L ICI;L~ ~l---ePb·F~ F ~g~C~asy ,tff~·~TFIIC·~h~-~gn--rluL~fL-;;T-~----- ~~-- - a-- -- -.~--~--;=- ar ;--~---·* " P i ii~T I"~ : ; 8~· 1.·· iP ,· SESDB-;P, JEILE'm~O, r ·~b· ·f Jr rg4b: • jJ. tr, ly by his in in a n , g as Statement, howecver, was generally disbe lievd--although evervybody with whomn he was acquainted, gave it as their ol(in ion that there was something singular with the lad and his past history. The faiii th:vde- r -wkkh-i-ei1 hSA Rince learied frotm tundisputed authority, are ab,,ut as follows. Some timte in the year 1837, Sir J,ohn N. Fenwick, the father of the lad aludrd to, while engaged in a shooting expcui tion on i*he Cumberland lil'e was thrown . from hi. horse and cotnveyed to the hum-' ile clergyman near by, with a shattered ankle. The clergyman was a widt.)wer with an only child-a beautiful daughte'r just budding into womanhoodxl, who at tended the household duties of their humble home, and cheered the declining years of her venerable parent. She was unremitting in her kind attentions to the noble guest, and seldom left his bedside until he was entirely recovered. T'o mak' the matter short, Sir John fell in love with the young lady, and proposed mar riage. In reply, Clara (for that was her name) told her noble suitor that she loved him rgeturn, but that she would not leave'her father, but would remain with her kind parent and lend a solace to his W declining years. They parted after ex changing the usual lover's tokens. With many a vow and lorked embrace, Their partingwas full tender, And pledging ott to meet again, 1'hey tore thtemslves asunder. In the antjwu ot the saume year--thc mild and mellow English autumn--fit time, indeed, for the'exit of so pure a soul from its earthly casket, the spirit of the venerable pastor winged its flight to the eternal realms of bliss beyond the skies. * * 'Thes marriage was simple and unosten tatio4- the ceremony being performed in private by a young curate, in order to escape the ridicule of the bridegroom's haughty relatives-and Clara Sceymour became the bride of Sir John North Fen wick, of Fenwick Hall. They made the tour of the Continent, ant in the spring returned to England, when she presented her husband with a boy (the subject of our present sketch.) Sir John's relatives instead of contumely and reproaoh, pre tended to greatly admire Lady Fenwick, and congratulated him on his excelleni choice. Two of his sisters took up their residene in Fenwick Hall, and while pretending unbounded affection for thei, victim, were daily and hurly engage. by malicious and artful tales in poisonity Lord Fenwick's mind against his wife Poor, Clara, all this time, being unaware of the cruel, unrelenting and treacheroui course pursuedant toward her-Lord F. be coming more and more morose and oda to her every day, and she unaware of the true cause, attributed it to the seeming fact that he regretted having united witi 'N hCF S n (Y, bosltlie StCy:it U~riati~j w~hid'h waS air'U t O saijl f' N ciw v oik--gvI\·'g I irm d iecc.. ·t~ 1 iv t-ealthy3 p!a~iztr iul this ~I;:iior ul ~. II jic rt -I * *1* After a i :.:i i i, _ ....-,:~ ', v a ' Civ, wIeu . i t. . . ' ,,.,." beautit 1 . . . :, , t 1 :, . i " to the dilec:o; a .i - : , V a i 1: chant of that plaee, w w,.u .",i;;;'i:l t with his relative, he lei.a'ecd c,;. oý is:.' : ranche on the niint da;y of his t ':,,' :,'i't,.: On discovering who he was, and i,,. ing his strange and cv ,t.tti h1it,r.L, his cousin reccived hinm with ui!,,:.".t. 1 kindness and a!.:cetivn. i.iL rc;.ltiv'" was the owner of two t ,ilusdnd c'rs ,t excellent latn , fiftyl nIgi . ;, t:ii: ous herdsq* cattic; i;,e \wa, O Ii.rr an aniiabl and intel.ig,'t At\ r, l ".i lady, and his househ,,li \b ;t .,i,.. He spent his time maost happily aklt, agreeallyon the ratclc/e for about six t :aiotths--devoting his time to huntiing ' fishing and rarumbiug ouer the tli..er-' besprangled prairies with his ci.i.,ruin.. relative, Estell, with w1-1, it i. amhit unnecessary to say, our yatii" hero fell deeply in love. He was suddenly awak-ei d frot hi dreainsof happiness anid pi'e.-urc. ,,, night, by.the startling ant i ,: ',-t a intelligence that the Conianch,'s ii ai large party of Mexican .ei !:ii bearing down to attaak tilt :. . A ; hands were immediately inml.us t' tr pel the blood-thirsty iu ;.":, .. In; ciG defenders numberel s v .: t .: i " '.' including our her, ant1 lhi n, it twenty negroes, the attti., ..:;'." 1.;:, '. guerrillas and llians, anl , I i ,,;. six hundred. The attack ~olu ti i..e c, almd,st inmmediately-- tlic a -sal.a;. - chargin s!. ;wer's of artw. ai. l'T i Sballs ati the deieuders, v il' were sta !-tionel,, inl tlhe buildini --i: <ic..iendersj replying with their dea.,tideaiii rite.-,ý icausing many a tawny savage\ ad Ml x ji'an ruffian to bite the wu-t. ltha ,e., Sprolonged his fcart'ul ,t'e. .uii,.'e . it to say that the ranchci was cat ,e'd ~ by storm after a desperate re=: u:.-e,,'.. h and every persn, male, tild i)termn ,, Mif: - a" prisone? e ; agfd, Stl&lgO to any iss uaiit ýt l fll? f cii h r;:i PaL. n t ul,3!.z f Ir ' at ýuºmao Jon, .I1 jo ll, a:i' in Un cc tiav s t2 the d M n w+e r e h'uq tne al A4 117E rewch~ VW s a 417 if f abal ii ii Itt. 1.9 ,, , iiii . 1 1 ' X 1 lit ., \ . .' 1 . ` . " " ýI ' " T, n II .I'. 1 ' a- I · ( ·tt 1)1 s T \ <" 1!t a ft e r tt .' . ,4 (I i n 1 '. d i, ; II , ' l4 i -4iiitn 3,14 ; ,nt an 1, d. 1.'& te n d I ~ -' ; * I I ~i ! strotetcrle his to nie ifcIeas at hi. Sfc"t, ,nhe was borne to his reside) ;. i wounded. 1rvions to 2 rlrehWe diri na gtoi bu la wtifn in thd abDoVO. Ma -inPo ie' a }n, ie 1ed iui -. +mnuse us& =valuable estate t4 wife'. tin, J blnan Fenwick, * Our yOan ° iic~ht -is hail, Oas~ theC-fOllov ; no gI wlltestify', hiing in ea flnezw&c, rccivigy a~l the care and kTIdness liv- c ist~lvd U'P4n Lint by R 1o)W Ii'eetizuaft fat1her. * * * '* y)u n1:1s3a:~:ne feilings a .t present. jcentciu _- a . ° .beut>ý to ling owner 0f the 44 - . livery stable per i' hbig to truzst nny one elseJ ýlillrrC~t. nttur th i LJ a bll- cone of ito. Earl; y uana- T .linite,]I the gentleman tn *o tljspt.t.r if, he p'!ca~ed, and so'. Aiftt·1 :.\i· flue, Vi nfr4 :ug armi-uo t d ' tii d uce, nfnli :-i at i c 9', . t1 * td 1)11 f 1 r that purrlt: t 1 I:: 'iýii, 11, J' T ,- their Jolii:_J takt! t2,rt, u ill ]fuses, hc f ý" "1) )t,'t ,-ou watt to 0n U,1 1 ) .,,ý't " oil wanlrt to j; ae thet church?" !I ' \,' i ' V.il d if tic LrdIt ,1 1sit:1. u cd .uutc 1k-uiict aw tl 1 I,0 1 :1 atI .. Thi' (%;tijlC!. u vCc Ciifcv rate States l 1'. "L(.: Toombs1?~, ofT i ".or ,r;;\ Se retar' h ,,ý .`;test tl (lkr W br.arv tl' \N : 1' . J II. i1ganat, uf Txa:1', P ,slin3Stirt ii Ii I 1, ~ cfT,,uuiiauna, Alttorr.;:', trt ' ai ý 'I ^i til ýl`; : tº! tl:a in.rria 'camak.C e ` ' tl i` ic r! *'t ''i;: r l. 'l cy are the soul3 e :ut I ce!li' f !lni.c rn . 'that ran c \': il,) rl'S : ` t) iiSý e ý1 1ttll twofl af, rnd 7 . r t Eve Ctalllithcnit I 't ai ta - ý ý" -il~ltri. mus to thtem i~r t_.trý :ý t) the world, a';)s ' lt u.º' t:l rl rcbcls agains Vt ~ C: 5 let tt \I!3 - :... N 1T: nwrr' ifynn are1; SUl..p .SCriIŽ: 1W:; '~ TI 11 ;, (t'iiukiag this ti)(, he on Si r , l s s hbedst'i., (?- mnt a.; i t . viud t is tekbest r.ýtiduottert tat`-- 1T'' [' or it a fav.2: 1 ii ' iii. he th.ac who have a m aet babdby,.6.ase I og Sfrtr ,r t.aeat det of tho at4a tha? were dependgbirarie to q M " true riftian "bercvo-. e pre Ci seek oun4t sCh uffrers." n iTlast. a ,taken from thel' u Ior nine shil ,.ir; indeed, I ,get nothing6 illings a d n, nine cecus a iece.'5 hw man ~uS you make in fe, osjr age my tic*; bu I nf more t Thd tr e u t s the c ll ry la . t:d v I belie e, dict they?" 'Y, bit, : an( I am v3y thankful for r kidnces to t::cim. : thci: every day. . They shall i . 1 clothel, an& whe'" rent day S, . aUrid let us know." sir? A heavy nloal ; ca; ;tlluirew frm the miit- a c :l fr,)i tl:e face. Nine shillings per * d-on ,", r making shirts with plaited bo .::. !ia: w-ristbanda and to be well Sm:nal: for if a flaw can be pickad out in ,. the Wo;:kmanaisip, all the seamstress' w- k gr'e: ftr nothing. Do ye ubelieve it? It is a fact WT r saw the shirts to-day. We saw the ciCn c-worn and work-wuru mother and echildren. We have heard that such I facts were plenty. We know they are! W\ould some charitable la lies like to see the same? Let them go to the house ,?" f Industry any day or any hour, and if (they do not rectlrnrWP their homes with rd the heart ac:ie, we are no true prophets. PEACE i.TIT SslrTI D1AhY.--ThC follow ing is from the a Washington dispatch to the Philadelphia E.naircr , It is cofifdently asserted here that there will be peace within sixty days. The government cannot get money enough to carry on the war, even were it properly and honestly disbursed. As half of it is stoleil by the prm. contrac tors and. "men having anthonty," who ibly difft,'. AI appeal siniied by Governor Yates, anad fonrtecn other citizens of Illinois, is publishced in the Chicago papers, the ob Sject of which is to takc up acollection to purchase a residence for the family of Judge Douglas, and the edlucati,n of his children. The appeal states that he died with his property,- except three acres, I covered with mortgages. H0n. Jno. D. a Caton, Chief Justice of Illinois, will act I as reciever of the subscriptions made to t the fund. The last advices from Oregon rewport G'n. Jo. Lane in a critical condition, fjb the wound caused by the accidental d: sc~ rge of a fire-arm in his own hands. lie wus at Boisburg, and cnld1 not be moved. 1ie was .h't in the right breast, te 1. crning c xt tbhrmlnh the' right A 1'tt f:cf $o ti:e st Missouri sacs ;Z. :t ýT. l'atkinla isýR arkrralini tr n001). i n r.' tr!io all the ccu,:tiCs of that portion utU t'.., date. Hlo w11 c)-operate with iro 'rkansas tro Dps noW t.1uiycn!rater .it Pclhoats 5. ar!'S are tif-g ta--e ý.p !htte rirer fir their 'ie.