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THE DAWN of LIBERTY-THE bel FALL OF THE BAATILE. Id spe A bapter of tbhe French RIevolutlon no Readt by Lightning. ga di' N. U. 4tates. ble( liit, to the living and the straggling, me a inew Fourteenlth morning (lawns. i h- he der all roots of this dlistractel city, is sil the neodus of a drama, not intragical I, in crowding toward siolitioni. 'Th' bust- by lings and preparitng, the ter'nors and ho tillOnce', the tears that fell -tromi old th eyes! This lday, Iy Mont, :e : 1shall quit pe " you like men. By the memory of your th fathers' wrongs, by the hope of your eor children's rights! Tyranny iiiilpeetalsin sic red wrath ; he'll for you is none if not as in your own right hands. This day ye in hunt do or die. Pl '1 )Ii earliest light, a sleepless Per- SI mnanent Cosmnittee has heard the old he cry, now waxing almost frantic, ulutin- vy oun: Arms! Arms! Provost lFlesselles, at or what traiitors there are among you, in may think of those Charlevillo Boxes. ri6 A hundred and fifty thousand of us; "i and but the third man furnished with tic so much as a Pike ! Armnns are the one hF thiing needful; with arms we are an un- of conquerablel, 1man - defying National Li (luard: without arms, a rabble to be so whitted with grape shot. in Happily the word has arisen, for no ce secret can le kept, that there lie uins- te kets at the Hotel des Invalides. Thither II will ye; King's 'Procurenr M. Ethys do dl Cerny, and whatsoever of authority a 'I Permanent Committee can lend, shall bi go with us. Besenval's cnamp is there, pil perhalps he will not fire on ns; if he kill w us we shall but die. In Alas, poor Besenval, with his troops e( melting away in that manner, has not the smallent humor to tire ! At. o'clock hi this morning, as hlie lay drearaing, ol- o0 livious in :he Ecole Militaire, a 'figure' Ae stood suddenly at his bedsido; with face si rather handsome ; eyes inflamed, speech ti rapid and curt, air audacious; such a fig- w lire drew Priam's curtains. The unes- i, sage and monition of the figure was, pi that resistance woulldl be hopeless; that ni if blood flowed, woe to hinim who shedl it. fe Thuns spoke the figure, and vanished. o01 'Withal there was a kind of eloquence 'I, that struck one.' Besanval admits that is he should have arrested him, but he did ti not. Who this figure with inflamed s( eyes, with speech rapidil andl curt, might tl be ? liesenval knows, hnt mentions not. (l Camille 1)esnionlins ? Pythagorean hb Marquins Valadi, inflamed with violent u motions all night at the Palais Royal f f( Fame unae(' him ' Young M. Meillair,' b then shuts her lips about him iruever, t, in any case, behold abont nine in the o morning, onr National Volunteers roll. a ing in one long, wide flood, southwest- g ward to the Hotel des Invalides; in ii search of the one thing needful. King's l' Procuroeur M. Ethys doe Cerny and offi-t ciale are there: the Cure of St. Etienne i do Mont marches unleacilic, at the heady ,of his militant parish ; the Clerks of the Banaoe in ree coats we see iiiarchiug, nfliw violiuteers of the JIasoclie: the Vol-ed untlee'rs of the Palais Royal: National 9 Vol on teems, nunwIIjeralele by tens eef thou- o saids; tef otie heiait atid mi nel. The , King's miskers are Ithe Natiou's thing, (I olii M. ele Sombrenil, how, in this ex- V tremity, thou wilt refuse theni. Old Ml. o de Menmlereuil woulel fain hold parley, 4 semel 'ouriers; ulet it skills not , the walls I are scaled, no Jnvalideh firing a shot : the gates itmust lie flung opet. I'ntriotisi 1 rushes in, t numt ltuous,fromt grounlsel utP c to ridge tile, throngh all rooms andl pans- 1 sages; rumnmiaging distractedly for irmis. I What ce'hlar, or what crannnt utn escalee' I it? The arms are found ; all safe there., lying pacekc'h in straw, aplearcutly with a view to being burnt. More ravenous 4 thin faruiish i tg lions oeve'r deael perey, 1 the multitude, with riltngort' ie n vocif- t eration, imoeincOM on thlenii, strieggling, t dashing, clutching ; to the jatmniugnu, 1 1 to the peressutri', f'racture anid plroeable ext ictioti of the weaker lPatriot. And 1 so, with such prt'otracteh crash of de'af' on ing, most discordatit orcheCstra Inunswi', the sce'ne' is chmatg('ld: antd eight and twent V thouisanId snittlicietit tirelocks ar'e oil t he' shouldle'rs of as many Nat i cnali ( neIrells. lIifteel t hei'ebly out of darktness intic ti'' light. be'I lie'se'ii l loeik at thle' gltite'r of' these iou skits, as they tlash by! Gardes Fliranuise's, it is sail, have cannon lev eled ci himun reanly to opei, if tiecld weic. fruni the either side of' the river. 310otceitess sits lie' 'nstonishied, one itiiy thatter oiie'se'ht, ' at the~ hrouel heear i tig of thle' Iarisiantis.' Ane I ilew, to the' liast ic'. ye' intr pice lalisians. Tlire'I' girape'shiat stilt threatens: thither all 10('1 thieuigits 1inl steles are how teiie ing. Ot te Launaiy, as we hiiiiteel, with de'. into his interior scecm after mid iiigit 'ii Suiiieay. l1e rmi'inilii thice' ge'iit e'iiei lilw ale, in t(tie saifeest coo I I( ict' of i('ertai iities. 'T'he IHorel the V 2e inyite's hiti 10 admit Naticeial sol cliii-, w'hiich is a soft miinie' fier surreii del na. 1)1 th' ut her' haul. IIis Ma~e's - cii clc'r< wire' preie'~~. 11li Garrison is ci'lit'ci''itch oldnvaliiles, rein. [ci *c c\ 1h1irtV-iwei \'cihig ~WSw'is his Vel aidei'hd ac' nine f'c'r thicik. lie. has cin 'c iii4 hicwdert hut. alas, only one di' I ciivisitin if' 'ic~t ols. T11w city ti l' retichi thle' coiir g'arrison miostly~, Vie' Ii b Hcimrus 'l dele' Launay, think whit thci witt ito. A. haid iini. a1ncc nine, there has I Repeated depntattobl of citizead g ve` been here, passionate for arms; omi di de Lannay has got diminished by soft si speeches through portholes. Towards til noon, Elector Thurlot de la Rosiere gains admittance; finds de Launay in. th disposed to surrender; nay disposed for pr blowing up the place rather. Thuriot th mounts with him to the battlements; th heaps of paving stones, old iron and mis* if siles lie piled; cannon all duly leveled; la; in every embrasurea cannon, only drawn in back alittle. linBut outwards, 0, Thurlot, kt how the multitude flows on, welling ye through every street: tocsin furiously th pealing, all drums beating the generale; ell the suburb Saint Aatoine rolling hith-w erward wholly, as one man, Such vi- Bi1 sion, spectral yet real, thou 0 Thuriot, ca as from thy mount of vision, beholdest ti in this moment, prophetic of what other U Phantasmagories, and loud gibbering to Spectral Realities, which thou yet be- w boldestnot, but shaltI "Que voulez-1 of volus 1" said the Launay, turning pale io at the sight, with an air of reproach, al- tb most of menace. "Monsieur," said Thu- th riot, rising into the moral-sublime, n4 "what mean you' Consider if I could pi not i preocipitate both of us from this height"-'-say a hundred feet, exclusive is of the walletd ditch. Whereupon do I, Launay fell silent. Thuriot shows hilm ,self from sonme pinnacle, to comfort the, f multitude becoming suspicious, frenes- I1I , cent; then descends; departs with pro- a test; with warning addressed also to the I p l Invalides, on whom, however, it pro- oi ,duces but a mixe4 indistinct impression. I st The old heads are none of the clearest; I tl I besides, it is said, de Lannay has leen ti ,profuse of beverages. They think, they a I will not fire if not tired on, if they can d help it; but must, on the whole, be rml- 4 ( ed considerably bp circumstances. al t Wo to thee, de Launay, in such an n h our, if thou canst not, taking some r - one firm decision, rule circumstances. h SSoft speeches will not serve, hard grape v ' shot is 1questionable; but hovering be- p Stween the two is ulnquestionable. Ever si - wilder swells the tide of men; their in- a f- inite hum waxing over loader, into irn- a Sprecations, perhaps into crackle of stray s t nmusketry, which latter, on walls nine o feet thick, cannot do execution. The Souter drawbridge has been lowered for 11 Thuriot; new depurations of citizens (it li t is the third, and noiseest of all) pone- 1 1 trates that way into the outer court; t I soft speeches producing 11no clearance of t these, do Launay gives fire; piunup his t drawbridge. A slight sputter; which a II has kindled the too combustible chaos; I t made it a rearing fire-chiaos I Bllursts forth insurrection, at sight of its own 1 blood,for there were deaths lby that spnt- t ter, of fire into endtless rolling exlplosion r e of musketry, dlestrluction, execration . and overhood, from the fortress, let one c . great gun, with its grape shot, go boom- t nI ing, to show what we could do. The t s Bastile is besieged ! 1- On, then, all Frenchmen, that have I e hearts in your bIodies. Roar, with all u d your throats, of cartillage and metal, ye t Ssons of Liberty; stir spasmodically (' whatsoever of utmost faculty in in you, ( soul, botly, or spirit, for it is the shout! I Siimutite, thou Louis l'ournay, cartwright t ' of the Marais, oltI soldier of the Regi- . U nient I)aulhine ; snite at that onter I * (lrawbridge chain, though the fiery hail I whistles round thee. Never, over have 1 or felloe, did thy axe strike uch 11 a strike. 1)owni with it, mali; down with Is it to Orcus; let the whole acclrsed cdi e lice sink thitller, andl Tyranny be swval II lowetI lihi forever. M'ounted, Sonic say, I' on the roof of the guard room, somlti on 5- bnyotiets stuck into joints of the wall, n' Louis Tourtlnay Srlites, hrave Aublin i' litineiture (also tot old soldier,) 5Cc 0, onding hint; the 1hain0 yieldls, breaks; 'hI the huge drawbridge slamtis mlown, than 18 dering Glorious; and yet, alas, it is Y, lint thlt' otitworks. The eight grint t- t swers, with their Inviladen' niusketry, S' their payitg stones and cannon mlouths, I" still soar aloft intact; ditch yawning lI impassable, stone filcedl; the intner draw 1(l bridge with its back towards us ; the itsltile is still to take. To ,lscr ihle' this siege of' the Blastile, tl thought to h,,e the itost imlpiortiunt in llistorl, Ilrltl'pS tratiscetnds the talent ,,f molt ls. (Jttl otto but, aftetr itifi n itt reItingg, get to utnderstand so Iinucel as the planu of the bluildlintig. Bitt there is open 11 EsIIltIanaId, Ilt the etni of the Ruie Saintt Antointe ; there are such lore court, Cour avarice, Coitr do l l'Orme, arched gateway, where Louis 'I Tounayy oow figlhts; theti new draw bIridge s, donritant britiges, ratipiart bhas ir- tions, antd the grinm eight towers: a laby hrinthic mass, high frowning there, of all 'ages frotti twenlty years to four hitndred 1ndl twenty; beleaguered, in this its last hour, as we said, by mere Chaos cotne gi- tain Orditnaicte of all calilbres; throest id- of all capici ties: uten of all plans, ev re cry manla I iSn c~ engineer; seldomt stuee ll\ the war of I'ygittes and Cranes .was I . there seen sit anilotitutlois a thittg. Half di pv 1. liit is honte for a suit of regiten- i o1- tals: rio or'e would hieed hililt iin colored en- clothtis: half-uy huh lin is hiaraniuiing ,'s. (ardles l'r:lncaises in the place do (ireve. son Frantic p:ltriots pick upl the grape shots: ij- beat therm, still hot, or seemingly so, his to thre Inotel de Ville; Paris: you per Ins ('ti ye, iJ tIo Ibe Iburnt. Fiesselles is me palai to the very iips, for the roar of tile ity taultititde itglows deep. Paris whlllly ity is at the anctu of its frenzy; whirled all ink ways, liy panic madness. At every street-harricaule, there whirls simttmer ba ing, a minor whirlpool, strengthening r iAitdletratedy ito `t: $lt strom whisik is laabiug tbnsd thb ur' tile. And so it lashee and roares Cholat S the wine merchant bs aeope anL im. on promptu cannoneer. "ee doirget, of ft the Marine service, fresh from Brest, ply oil the King of Siam's cannon. Singular. ral if we were not neused to the like; Georget th' lay, last night, taking his ease at the i inn; the King of Siam's cannon also lay, Hi ,, knowing nothing of him, for a hundred be I years, Yet now, t the right instant, he r they have got , jher, and discourse on ;eloquent mis l or, hearing what m1 was toward, 0G et sprang from the pa i Brest diligence, aid ran. Gardes Franu 00e ,caises will also be there, with real ar- TI t tillery; were not the walls so thick ! gr r Upwards from the Esplanade, horizon on 3 tally from all neighboring roofs' and of Swindows, flashes one irregular deluge or - of musketry without effect The In e valides lie flat, firing comparatively at thl their ease, from behind stone; hardly at through portholes, show the tip of a gi nose. We fall, shot, and make no im- e0 1 pression. tb SLet conflagration rage, of whatsoever ti °is combustible. Guard rooms are burnt, ti SInvalldes' mess rooms. A distracted tr peruke maker with two fiery torches, is I ° for burning the saltpetres of the arsenal; it had not a woman run screaming; had not it a patriot, with some tincture of Naturald e Philosophy, instantly struck the wind L out of him-buts of musket on pit of * stomach-overturned barrels and stayed I the devouring element. A young beanu n tiful lady, seized in these outer courts, y and thought falsely to be de Launay's n daughter, shall be burnt in de Launay's a Ssight; she swooned on a paillasse; but h again a patriot, it is brave Aubin Bon nii nemere, the old soldier, dashes in, and h e rescues her. Straw is burnt; three cart I. loads of it, hauled thither, go up in& 'e white smoke; almost to the choking of p patriotism itself; so that Elie had, with A sr singed brows, to drag back one cart; 1- and Reole, the gigantic haberdasher, a i- another. Smoke as of Tophet; confu y sion as of Babel; noise as of the Crack 0 e of Doom! te Blood flows; the allment of new mad- 1 )r ness. The wounded are carried into it houses of the Rue Cerisale; the dying e- leave their last mandate not to yield u ; till the accursed stronghold fall. And of yet, alas, how fall The walls are so d is thick! Deputations, three in number, :h arrive from the Hotel de Ville; Abbe ;; Fauchet, who was of one, can say with ts what almost superhuman courage of II benevolence. These wave their town t- finag in the arched gateway and stand in rolling their drum, but to no purpose. ; In such Crack of Doom, de Launay 1 10 cannot hear them, dare not believe n' them; they return with justified rage, 3o the whew of lead still singing in their ears. What to do! The firemen are ve here, .squirting with their fire pumps II upon the Invalides' cannon, to wet the ye touch-holes; they unfortunately cannot ly squirt so high, but produce only clouds t ii, of splray. Individnals of classical C t! knowledge propose catapults. San- 1 it terre, the sonorous brewer of the suburb. - ;i- Saint Antoine, advise rather that the a 'er ilacelie fired, by a mixture of phosplio-.) til rsn and oil of turpentine spouted up a vo through forcing pumps. O Spinola San- r a terro, hlast thou the mixture ready ? th Every man his own engineer! And I li- still the tfre deluge abates not; even l-I women are firing, and Turks: at least, Ye one woman, with her sweetheart, and 1one Turk. Gardes Francaises have 11, come; real cannon, real cannoneers. 'in Usher Maillardis busy; half-pay Elie. 0' half-pay Jiulin rage in the midst of N ; thousands. Ln- How the great Bastile clock ticks (in t5 audible) in its inner court there, at its ea ense, hour after hour; as if nothing spe. Fr cial for it or the world, were passing. I1, j tolled one wlhein the firing began ; and iig is now pointing toward five, aiid still "- the firing slake not. Far down, in their hei, vaults, the seven prisoners hear inuffled diii of arthquakes ; their turnkeys an lc, swer vagunly. in Woe to thee,do Lalinuay, with thy poor mut hundredl Invalides! hIroglie is distant, jii- and his ears heavy; Besenval hears, hut Ilc I cII send no hell.. One poor troop of are Ilussars has crepit, reconnoitering, caii he tiously along the Quasl, as far as the elh Pont Nuf. ''We are conic to join yell," deo sail the Captain ; for the crowd seems nii shI'Corel5s5. A large-headed dwaridish in rw- (Iivi tiual of snmoke-blearetI aspect, sham as- bIles forward, opening his blue lips; for by- tlhere is sense inl him, and croaks, all '"Alight, then, and give up your anrs!" red Tle Hlussar caltain is too happy to ast lie escorted to the Ilari'iers, and dismins me ed on parole. Who the squat individual past was? Men answer, "it is M. Marat, an ev- thor of the excellent pacific Avis an ne i polule." Great truly, O thou remarka vas hil, IDog lOch, is this thy (lay of emier lf.I gence and new lirth ; and yet this same en- I tiny conic four years-. But let the cur red taiis of the future hcing. ing What shall de Launay do t One thing yve. only do Launay has tione-what lie rts; said lie would do. Fancy hiiiii sitting, so, froni the first, with lighted talper, within ier- arnm's length of the powder nmagaine; is motionless, like old Roman Senator, or the bIronze Ianip-holder; coldly a;,prising ily Thuriot and all his men, by a slight uno all tion of his eye, what his resolution was. 'cry Harmless he sat there, while unharnm ner- ed ; but the King's fortress, meanwhile, ling could, Iuight, would or shonld in nowise i one f .nei do l4 one fanole't :r dBi. Thehriot, eh id oae f Saint Stphei a d. : rag-and-boabti of :ae wrld to their will. And yet, with*l, be Ioonodoi L "It Host thou considered, how . r ' , heart is so tremulously responsive to the" hearts of all wen; bhast thou ibotedho . omnipotent is the very soutid 4t1pao a men How their shriek of lindignatiota palstes the strong seal; their hoiw of contumely withers with unfelt pangsf The Ritter Gluok confessed that tlii ground tone of the noblest pesage in one of his niblest operas was the voice of the populsace he had heard at Vienna, 'n crying to their Kaiser: "Bread I Brea# I" Great is the combined voice of men, the utterance of their inst1cts, which are truer than their thoughts; it is the greatest a man eouonnters, among the sounds and shadows which make up this World of Time. He who can resist that has his footing somewhere beyond time. De Lannay could not dolt. Dies tracted, he hovers between two: hopes In the middle of despair; surrenders not his fortress; declares that he will blow it up, seines torches to blow it up, and does not blow it up. Unhappy old De Launay, it is the death agony of the Bas 'tile and thee, jail jailoring and jailor, all 1three, such as they have been, must finish. For fonur hlonurs, now, n has the World Bedlam roared; call it the world-Chi Smwra, blowing tire. The poor Invalides have sunk under their battlements, or rise only with reversed muskets; they have made a white flag of napkins; go Sbeating the eianiade, or semuiugto beat, for one can hear nothing. The very f Swiss at the porticallis look weary of f tiring; disheartened in the tire deluge. A porthole at the drawbridge is opened, as by one that. would speak. See Hussar Maillard, the shifty man! k On his plank, swinging over the abyss of that stone-ditch; plank resting.on parapet, balanced by weight of Patriots -he hovers perilous. Such a dlove to wards nsuch an ark! Deftly thou shifty dusher-one man already fell, and lier, a smashed, far down there, against the masonry. Usher Maillard falls not; deftly, unerringly he walks, with out. spread spraSala. h The Swiss holds a paper through his ,f porthole; the shifty usher snatches it and returns. Terms of surrender -par n1 d(on, innmnnity to all. Are they ac cel'ted I "lFoi d'oticier, on the word of an officer," answers half-pay Hulin--or y half-pay Elie, for men do not agree on it. e "They are !" Sinks the drawbridge, )' Usher Maillare bolting it when down; ir rushes in the living deluge-the Bastile e in fallen. Victoire! La lastile est ' prise! 1e -.... t ''Yes," saoid a witness, "I rememnber Is the defendant's umother crying on the oc. I casion referrol to. She was weeping u- with her left eye-the only one she has . -and the tears were rnnning down her ie rigrt helelk." "What," exclaimed the . judge, "'how conll that be I" "Please, .p your honor," saui the witness, "she was m- awfully cross-eyed." WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED. "GET TE BIEST." 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NERVOUS DESILITY,IMPOTENOY gPERMATORRHaA, Gaused by Indiscretion or age, always and per manently cured and full manhood restored, typhllts, Gonorhoea and all irate diseanes cured qu4icky and 4utHy DRB. BILLE is a pupil of Prof. Ricord, Paris, I has resided for years in New Orleans and gain ed a great reputation for skill and success. Ladies' Diseases and difficualties of Menstru ation alwa ys relieved. v2n78wly. WILLIAMI IEII ETH. CHAs. mONTAIDJIE REINERTH & MONTiARDIER IMPORTERS OF MEaEts, Caps STRAW OOD8.1 Corner Canal and Chartres St., v2nlO9y NEW ORLEANS. r MRS. KNIGHT, 123 .... C(.lk0DImEL';' S..... 123 Between Lafayette and Poydrac, NEW ORLEANS, LA. TH ANIDSOMELY Furnished Rooms, with or without board. for such length of time as will stilt Lhe convenienceof visitors in the city. CIharges mtnoderate. augV DAVID LANDR3MT SO£8 , Philadelpha P1 I Balmon anail Iobster. l3 ? vIst packsd, one ptir na, at un. a. llyrrrervyotA DEAL. * alaon ! iTNalmon ! * Fopr strictly choice canned Fresh Halmon. or. Sder or buy only of....... ..JOSHUA BEAL. tp New Catch Lake Bhrimpe Canned) and "just splendiad" and are now on supply at Family Groce-y of JOMSHUA BEAL.