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Le Patriote canadien. (Burlington, Vt.) 1839-1840, January 01, 1840, Image 4

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uednnllhe pur iei nffoi h-.l n niuch I ,1, ;;0,,r .et4 ;,id, w ,e mvuteied iln
in.;rriui :nt a interest ; trur it i, tint 1(.nViiii of human r real iu , 'iijuied in va
nnvthinj lu lierons will m.ike one lau-.'h, I r;0 !J dein , tr dc.'trovid lv the fire ;
;tt ,hry wete m re sau-liite " h'
IV church vrlii. li wn.iww .ne U!:ie of !
,t'tid tlirr,wir'.'t Vdum .f Klti'd.'', which
-,..,l .v r il.e face of th If'.'''
'in! -nt; h-r a luri J M-ddi.b in.'". ?
Uni -hat wa. thi ro:npa.d f the eenr - ! lroup- I.m nt ha:tc d env.n.n ro c-nr. r.e ,,,u e payait ..ars ILjW! 11 v a
hicli seated itself in the cl.mch î llut Ter-e du v dla-e. p Htr eu .'ai..- h r.-e.m- m:.l,t s..,.n.ne4 i Ih-.-.mi p.eine i i.ire
few week hack crowd- Were there kneel. taixatV ; lan.îleii.- ft.! plat 6-et u i.t fmth; h- pe rsonr. A re not .un-.- en ad-Ma-in-in
adoration and prayer; Î could fanev fci.' .nai. pi incip .1,-mei.l dan- le I t.on rt eft p.nVe, ; ,e r-prventaw W r,p.
tl,:.C;.holicprie.. in their ,ph-nd,d.ole. me iVnuemi. -me.ott.nani le feu, ,flt. t,es Cn.ho.rmes flvce ems mn-ml,. u. .
.. ' u ,.,;... ..,1 .t... m. faire cnnnaîi r a position, lavnnt ivcon-' c;o!.-, lnu'eT, I. s chandelier et les our.
,1' .1 I IT. I M li.llli 1 VI V U 'I Ml'l V.i--i
i-norant nnd tir.eduea.ed ; ar.dwl.M did I i-tcKpie tnsues m-uiyv . cci.appr:eni, , mix personne, .at . c,,cn.,un . r, ,:...-,h-i'.ov
behold? noihm? hut th-s hue an 1 " un p u h- villi-.-, et d'aune ur j vue ulTiait nlcts T T. ten nu? le umrsru-ti
ttH-re is Mw.iiaiti-T.' -"j,,,,,., cvhens c. qtnls avaeltt pus aux
itinriied coinplo to plant ix lire immcdia- , ,.ult; vateiir loyaux; il y avait toutes so;
lely aftet thi cereiiMiny, ami wo mme tut ! )e5 d'appen isio.memt n, cl les soltlals,
the hiith of every child. They sre pfcnted j dans Mite, les duct of.s,.e mirent a appre
.... V........nili. nr tU Kishiter W ialldes. I.'apiel fill batlu, lo,
MASSACRK hi: sr. ixstaciic
I .a f 'a ;"i rri-;x jt!::rrrr
Ia'fiic Oru.'iiMi ii St. l'i:t ;!,
li'Sf J.,h-i Colljoi il'-.'-' rstr.iiie t!c l'u-
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tiariritu.ii li rin:iti;f4 i r-t: in Crtf?
ca.im 't jliiiiM paliéc iju-ac-icc -.V.
1. Utfortutr.
n.-ire î Si. F.uftache rst trf-
ri''n)ilMii'nt iH;c i:r lirmtt n p Ir l.i
rivV-ir, To! jet l: y' ftitnrjui! l' 'init
il nviioil (îeiix ceii't xt-rsr .e i ri.nr, j
dan une pit lion dnmif.aate. 1st In-ur-tm cri, et en allant -n haut rou tmuxA
: firent ihi forte r-; !- î'K.L'hi-e ; -t t un panne Cai.a.lien hle,i, tutit-à-fait
pe ut -' 1 1 rrc potT nr.e f ri re': 44 d'nrra iiirap-'! !' de e niotuoir, rue Un tiaiunio
:in, " il Va iV jimai ! îis propre il j ven.-'it;f d'nf ir.dre, rn peu V ri:nnieil
t.ne l?reT'e vi jf ifreeii'-, r'.iitt rîan'piée le S fit é'ô l-riV u tit viv ant ; nnr, le tt:!n;'-
deUT l'jliU' S JU'iisofl de p! rre, 't p ofe- ! inef d liol , rf 1 O' S 1'' îonrame n f(iili a
'fi airi-i'- p 'f i!u-ieiii lii'je) îe hau d îd.it -ni rarporièient à l'hôpital.
I te et Ante ni! -a ! t. pirpi'îi ht riv :"-f
aue, W o,.lres n.ren. :onnr par :i jonn ;
r 1 . M . W 1 . I
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iomornc r.i.ti ..tie re t..mSc .m, m r.u M
'cm-, mtironné ar U trouvé.
ii v î tee le la r vic.e. Ceux-ci lurent '
pottr.iiiviii par les d.-aon vcloirn.re ; l s hrt. .', le f.-f:?:r- p:e le ranimes U'-vr.
j!:f'-.tdi-s t-t le chu.es de pouiuivi rt .ie raient cl par f t'i îl. sortaient. I.e j lati
vnt rutvMir, elliaieni au.ar.t ! hvcin . cher ftv.sif c: n'-duit en charhen rlcsn et
etrieut nif 4Îtn ' .t-t et U tri point, jtie i enue U plates. f, rmr, sur les pielîes avait
ioti:; cIk.î bmle-;tic fa t riie (pian.i el!c repoc le plancher, cl ii l'on voyait ici et
en i.pMiiiftt eti ii de tieinimen de ympa. là les lestes de crôaïuies lnimaitie, plus
thir d'an ié (; et de fw-tir. Quel ties uns les ou tuoin enlomina.és, ou iloiiniis parle
fit. .1 fuie. u i n . 1 ! 6 - n p:èce, -1 tin ph.i feu ; iiielptes ntir n'ayant seulemei.t une
'fan 1 noiuhtC d'tur fuiml la.U pr.oii- l
nier.
Dos mte cette partie des troupes rpit en-
vtv at dan le viila'.'ei-t ce tmieiil en mar
che ver l'é':l c datu U rue mincir1. le, lu.'
rent airivée îi une h-mi-porit'o tic lii:lt;
que les patriote ke ; tire tit avec une vive
décharge, pli fut Inéede laiires lej.Oircs
.le l'K!,rl:e, et .pu Llej-a pielques uns i.t
hommes. Aloi le soldat unirent otdte
e s'apptocl.rt -ne mettant à couvert 1er- '
cie .-s maisons ; et l'ar.ille.ie avnnt : '
.1
menée, comment son lut sur l Kirl;,e ; I
tai U' uitil de Télilice e. aient trop oli- .
ne
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r.
;i mené
des Pour nue les cirn t.ttieiit l'e ndoinuia -
m:'
.rcr, l le iti n ce m: luient.iu ituus 1er
mes qu'il m
nt donne icaucutip i eut.
liaua n occasionnant une pnn.ie p.'iie
d'homme ; tuai lU lurent aluuié. 't uu-
i .. .
.et.t le !eu .;nme m;u.;t tpu .-mot u.m a
rr.i'h,e et oui la llanutMtt. ce ;ti tuvni
i ( . - . .
::.n e l'ini. iil inn ( e Dlell' ne la tuile a cou-!
.i i i" .' . ! ... .. ...... ......
Veil tlO 11 ItllllCt . I'll qiiee;ili 1 iiihium h
i'li.'lue elle-même lut oÎ.m t'.cie par la
, , fumée qui en s.., ; . dan Conm.eTcco.T.seh Approchait f. Vf me ni
f ,(. fha( e, ;
, f, pnlol. . ' " T
, l ,6.irhef, et lu, nton.tan. un s,.".-e piepa,, ace
I l 1. ... i. . 1.1.. m t m I SI.
aji-.cnl.Vi-n foflir, un A v.n, pardcuv, uiij -.), 4 r, IC "v
p.o ito.a ; mat au m. .m. ni qu't s e men-1 man ie tt:e vous tous asayt 7..
liaient, une t'échange é;;iil tuée, et iUj Teniui-' li le.a un coup dVil sur le n'
loml.aieiu. l)c Hiita!ies luieiil fait ; n;.. nj Au.éricain où perçait le mépris et l'in-
; M, j, g oll'uii ts p.uir l'.um ! P1 ;s'"l,llc"-
mais suit mac : vraiincnt, telle v a.t
eas e.atio'i ms non u ..i .e ...i."".
1 . i i ..v
hetileiianl en, qu .1 eut ' ilnii'icux
- . . t . i.. ,
iv.T i e sauver I I v e I title ut
saïucr
ce
patiMcscieaiurc; bu-ee. I.e ten se com
..uni.pia de U ma oii il Tlil -e. Cln'
.
ue
u er, le ch. f, avec di autres le, resian:
s tiiMiiLt-s dans IT.l-Uc, î- cl.u.cè.t-nt eu
I I II) si . l.ttl V U- i.V. inn m.u4-
' ',
tout fut fun.
Mais en même teins d'autres a.ties du
v illaire éîaieiil en feu, el commi- lout por -
ait a cioiic qu'il feiait cut eicmeiii t é:rit.i
ri i n'.l ne iel. rail tioint de lo'jenn ni il ims
I t .... .1 I .ill.. J...- 1 i I rt at I..II.I.1.' it 1
in
jlnatpes pour pas.-. r l.i rum, li.iru.tn
- ' .jéné-aL- .m dune 1';m iO'ei h s
'- ..l a
t animes', tiu Iqiies maisons Mucin .eioo
her. n lin do coui'er la communication auc
i ? .
t
les maisons du ceinte du village, et les
loupes lut. ni loiA-'s tlans es mairi lis.
Les i.isiiiés .avaient fait ém onager leurs
laiitill sil ava i nl emp. r os tout ce qu'ils
avaient de pioeieiix avant no.ic armée;
ma. s dans une .le ma s ns émicnt les pro
visions des Patriotes, conil;int ni uiou-
, ..' .1-1
! h.Mmcs furent uac en :evuc cl linlre
.
u fl ,ri., rroii, jc r;cl fair
tl Vl.rsi n .,!e;n ; les maison con-
I . ....
nouaient it buMcr dans toute 1rs directions,
nuvtv nn torttnt I fiamnrveaVtlftnnient 1
lt:j iwT:r:i;t un; r'ci.vnr r n j;tire ft Su-jtu
h !. frex éi ir.i r r"jnn .: r r 1 1
'if lun !.t jw-r-!! pù r-iri '-ntnit
ri oin riT" i i ; h't ourlnllfrei !
fiu)rï (!' ln:ii4it: rfi hrilni-f f r
riore, pur ! r i?': f.trnluc, v';'ior.t
r ltf ii:-f (lr jnr-- ti .!,
r freai
. r t v.i '. i'o V, 't I "i ! nn I
foul iTi;nt i:n D.iiifitii.; l-ruî. r.rniVfnu.
: ir.tlnnfdi;:v. J" I Tf !" f.-t in-
:iiii-' t I" ii 'tu in liiàij.uiitic iiiinia
.
ni-nt ile Moscow,
Vers tuiii'ii', ;rnd f1t t - r "t t iler.Ctfix,
j me rend .1 riïli, nertiii.pni't'- de
l'un 1 âi'î-îc-eaitip ! itir John Crdlx rn:
1 roinhle V'-t;iit érroiih? ft 1e t'lmiriii s
. v r :ni prd:''e Vnr foifre faute iTalimen.
Comme r.o;i pas-iofn per tir.e main d'm'i
ir jcn tiii.iii yinwir, nue -m 'nr
Mai.ipi elar-re en romptrrtiicn .c la uro-
. .....
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men, .i mW-;.:r snr.mc.ir, ,rtrn-, r,
....... .t.,.., ,..i,.r ... ... ,. r-
I pre à tnpner de la rel.on Mix lynoran. el
et noircis. Te peetn's et l- rlievhn- em
ieuiï linl.ii- l.tn.e, J.ais-an nt v..ir le cot
nit ; ipielt;ue tin riai'T.t ?' htfili-.t
pour elhir une couleur hruns ; d'autres
.'inient tellement conjures que l. s viscsi .
-iaienl visibles ; runnd nillcurw étaient diB
séminée dos cot. s noiteit et des vc.uM.im
pi
la force le l::m ne iraient Mprme
Noii-seulemen! lan rin'i-t ienr de I f.
L'îi'. mai hor de einurs était le pecîn
r le le plus it-volt.ir.t. Dan- le ruines île
la chajv lie d e m.t:s s. vovaien! phi-ieuis t
eadavt.s entaMt- et ui Ir.Iaent ; ! t.é-
ii 1 ,.r. ;Ij
t.-ut ...r !e,el- metiatenf les cerc, e,l,
servaient le mati.V. s coml.u iV ; et 1 1 1
i loin élaienf de eadnvie cr.domma jcs par
le feu, mais eléi et cul uai s pat I.iàgucur
île U icmpcuUmc.
DizniU d'un Ch'f Inâitn,
Nous louions si l"s annales de îltitoi.e
ancienne olïieut une rép"ne,qui urpase en"
; , .
uiio.ni pt n inanilciif. IT C ( III SUI'
; . -!- . - , i
j d'un saiiraur sans é-lucaiion.
i dijnaiion. Vou-, mon pfie 7 d. t-il- Le
, , , , . -.. i.w,r. A,, ,.
oL il
"en In. t!e-inaat la. re dan
, . .. i,,;
' .1 est mon prie ! I.a tetre, "en lut
j rM
; mon. rant l'.ement, e-i ma itieir : r.i,
- 1 c jetant a terre "jo repjitiai ici fur un
- so;n
, .. , . . - , ,
' " l"" ' i ' i '
. .
d Ktat au Connecticut produirait un prut it
! ,
it IXiat d'envirt n V anncc, rc-
, commanda tpie tous les citoyi-lis dt 1 Etat
f,,,! empi iaunnés pai ? écttlalion.
:
DEFINITION.
i .Ao.in niio i i m vtn rn i r t'r.nii
- ih i-.n'- ..."' -
! maire, sur la question qui 1 ii fu: fate,
poutqiioi le mot "cél.bn.aue é a.t sinçuhei'
lépondil inuiiédia eiiiflil et awe beaucoup
de naïveté : parce ceux qui r.e se mar.tmt
j m soin lu singuliers.
CANTON DE PA SLR.
Dan le canton do liable, c-i SnW, il y
a uric 1-H qui foicc le rouvcaux niaré de
planter six arbrrs ttu.Nc.liatcnunt ap.èsla
céiémonie, et deux autres a la naissance de
chaque enfant. 11 foat plantés en com
mun, souvent nés des o e publ c.ucsct la
,,:,i,,.-,rt li'ent ant des nibre ftuu cr-.so
...y . ' .1' .. . r,. t nnrr.bre nlanlP
H..USU U..MU.IH., I - -
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T!i following
account ,f the afiocii u-i
imsnerc of ih Canadian patr'M f S
KustacV, hy Sir John Cdbo;ne, w :.
irscleJ freoii lîi hr.vc. ww. I' ;7;r:"'
that Cap'nin M uyntl wm a volunteer in
I,- .rf.lliun. and an eve-wit nres of the
.... ..r-
in. m
tnemion lite rejected (hg of truer, nu l f
fercd sutmtftiori ; or 1 lie freuit s appeals,
for quarter. We hare a right to presume I
that the narrative of the ciucliic pneti-ed.
on that occtuion i rather glo,ed over than
execrated. .V. J'. U'fonntr.
"The town of St. Euia he i very prêt.
ti!y situated on the hi:: h bank of h nvr,
thu ni jt tcunrkable object Iwdng the, Cu
tholic Church, a vrry massive bitillin:,
raise 1 above two hundtfd yard freom the
riffer id umn a eoiiuiiawtm
iiltiat ion.
..... i
Tlii thurchtlie in-nirt'Ut h:i.l tuin.nl intOj
ft fortrft ; anil jwrhap. for atomes'ilV . j ri-i,-1 in a few in'mutr h woul l h;i
caion,M thcr never wnonc ta wt-ll clcn.i lUlurij nVP : wc ha.'îil him iit, ind
lalî I for a vizotoin defence, it iwin? thin- j SVf j,,, jn rh:trrn f wMici, vh
Jcclhvtw loi? "'l huiU hon-f, ar'-
protected in the rear by cveral Un n oi
liiu'U nnd trongr p'hsadc, runninir riown
into the river. The troop halted nlout
three hundred yards freom the town, to re
connoitre ; the artillery were drawn up
rtnd opened their fire, hut chiefly with the
view the enemy, hy returning the fire,
tni?ht dcmonsiratfj their portion. Thef
licin? nscerta'mrd, order were five a by t'.r
J. Collvirnc, so that in a short time the
town would be indebted by troops
The insnrçen many of them etrnp 1,
uorns through th'î town, oihei by t he fn
Z311 ricr. Thu-e who coned on iht ice
were chased by h lolnntirr dragoon ,
moppouiiion to lîie lerim.'S ot sympnun, 1
aiuieiy, and fear. Snie of the runaway
were cut down, and many tuoic taken pii.
soners. 1
As oon as that noriion of the troops had!
entered the town, and' inarched 'up the
main street towards the church, arrived
within half-imnkct shot, they were tecci
ved whith a smart volley, which was tiled
freom the larire windows of the church, and
which wounded a few of the men. The
soldiers wen then onh-red to make their
nriM'naebee under cover of the houses : and
th artilkiv Iwin hiouht up, commenced
iiiiiî upon lite church; hut the. wall of
.hc bml lin. were much teo ou 1 for the h!iot
1o make any impression, and had the insurg
ents stood firm tliey certainly ini.-ht Inve
Cive: a rrreat deal oflmulde, nnd p ohihly
ltave occasion1 I alarme 1'-of men ; hut
they htfcam alarm d, anl tired on. of the
hou;'. which abutted uion an ! Hanked the
chuiclt ; this they did w'nh a siew of i
c apinsj und r cove, of the sum ke. In a few
tniwuie flie church i:-i lf was ob-cmr I by
tlus volmn.' of sinokfj thrown oui ; and ni
the nam time that the in-uren's were t j
capin.',ihetr( inan-hed upan I smround- j
ed the church. The P't wrriche nl-
tempted to etaw.v. ei.her sm.le, or bj ;
two. an three-; but the moment 1 1 .y
apj.ca.e.1 a volley vvasd(char.ed and thrv,
fell, hvery attempt wm nwule .,y I he
l.cer. fomaKe pi mm era, m. inuuif.-
nt nuccee ; indeed, such v is the exay-,
, , i ir
Iteration of ibe. troo; i.l the mur 1er o!
,,
,'ctttcnant eir, thai it was a eervice of ,
, , .., r f.
danger to attempt lo save t'tc hie ol one o
these ptor deluded cr-alures. The lire j
freom the: hon-o kw:i cottvuunicatod to the I
church. Chettier, the leader, wilh ten
.. ..! i
others, lite rcmnnui ot ine ukui L'enis who i jyatc of aUiiit çCi"1" per annum, leroiu
wcre in the church, ru-hcJ out ; .h.-ie was - ,n,.iulll .x (v,x wf the Sla:e
one ireiiicimoiM vuik-v, aua un wus
ovsr.
By this time many other pans of the
town were on fire, and lime we evciv
prospect of the whole of it bein? burnt
down, leaving no quHfter-for the M)lditr
to protect them durinlhe ni vrltt. The at
tention of every lxdy was therefore liirm-d:
to prevent the pioyit-ss of the. flames. S- j
mo hoiirtes were pulled down, so as lo cut
off the comnmiiication with the Iioii.m in
the centre of the town, and in thee house
tire troops wtrs billeted off. The insurg
ents had removed their families, nn I most
of their valuables and furniture, ho foie ck
arrival ; but in one houc woic the com
missariat stores, consisting of the carcasses
of til the sheep, pigs, &C. which they had
taken freom tho loyal farmer", there was a
larire supply, and the soldiers were soon
cookinj in all directions. The roll was cal
led, men music red ; and order establi
shed. The nhjht was bitterly cold ; the sky
vas dea'rf anl "thc'iiv on, near to her full ;
Uousci were still burning iu every direction
.. , , J f,.i:-d itt the,? (! . ofl t':.
T'.,m!hIiI f.r'-;i!l''t't m i Un? aIm.IV
; Ml !-, XSUwU V3I ' Af'.'Wl
ilo- lii'ltU' of th- otiÀ'e ft.. h'1 li' S"t
which were I m: lit' r !.: ton, rid which,
Cum the meliiir if the ..' , voie, S'tr-
l.i t.. r.f u-.t.-r. r : "lin? Mt
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t .,
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Iv irmriirtmi
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1 ihft.i'h if ii.iv'lit r'-I
proi n!, in uunutuic, the Uumn' c
Atrnit mii'.nicht, hrn ftM wm i)pt, I
viil!c-i! up to flit- fhurrh, in company with
on: f S.r .John CulliOtn.-' ri.l-l .--r i p :
tl ifM-.f h;it! f.-.llm, n-l h? f! u'- h.i't "!
ic.( for M'anr of furiiu-r r.lntirnf. A
pi,.i! tV the hoic wlii-!i y ft. tj.lc.n
t'lr.-. v licar? a ci v, ftn I oa -;oin?tip fouml
i ;i jxmi wiiuiiilfi C.uiînli m, nitrrly tn-fpa.
,,r mvin.r wiiom the t!.ni;c ha 1 jn
L.3n - i,..Uiiiit to tin; hi.fp'ual
menu the solemn nui,ic, the incrnie, an.!
Ml that. IV appenliu lh fuses, i so
favomable to the. cau-! of .elision will, the l
t!n clo'.vin
" lifim an 1
iafii is, and t! e win low freame, wnieli ih-
ih me still licked nn I i!trl;e.vl ihrou:ti
ftfHr )rt. n M,,f ,n rindi-it, "rid
i-11lt, m,.rciy u,r cloit e tmrnt !:,
,. ,v jiv t!ie naked Ixnly ; luim: burnt to n
ft hnorn tinjre ; 6 ii if o & consume 1
1 liât the vieer were -xpifd ; while he
te nnd there the blackened .U and ve..
lehi.e were all that !:o fierce Hames had
pared.
Not onlv insidft of the church, hut wiih-
out iis wall, was the revolunv' sjx ctacle.
In the remain of the small huddin- ued
a a receptacle for the coilin previous to
inieiiiicni, were n-veral Ulie-, heji-d ..Tie
ii)on anoiher, and !ill hiunin, ; the tie,
sels which had once uppoifcd the eollin
servinir a fuel; and farther !T were hodie
nil bathed bv tire, but freozen huid h the
vciiiv f iht: wt ai her.
DIGNITY OF AN INDIAN CAUVT.
We doubt if the nnnal of ancient I.i-tc-
.... i - . l.
IV llllllil 11 I. Ml, P.MM-ini .'...
. i .T - it ... :.. . f....- .1.
,i!i "ta iiirtrr. ta u-iiowoii num mv ...
' 1 fl
li:txcd sava vc ;
..iecu.iHenptn.mtynMo ... '
eial l;,.n-.,i m receive .he Chiel.and
MUtinloa l-cnch ptepared loi the pu.,..
Be, said, 44 You, wi,. father icipuv.u.
l
4A-Tecu.neh omudlv approachedien
to be sealed."
T(.cmiwl ron ,e Ame.ican
( ( uJulv, M.01 ,,,,
M. mv father ?' said he.
. --. ,m. SK.ItHmsr !.. il.nt
miiinai)
, 4l r . K:i,
, -, t-
ix.intllivr lo 'he trit iinu, la III) (no la I .
', . . . , . i,-, .i,,. ,,.,,,) u i
Vud, tluowin.' him H n the ptomu , i
' , . t ... L t.r tuikl
Will iet nowhere but ou her Ih.soli.
"
A war, rf f r -a.lm? thrt the S:atc I n-
I on in Connecticut pictured a piutu lo the
! .
be iinpiisoncJ on speculation.
DIT1NITI0N.
A young huly, at an examination
ffiaiumor, was a-ked why the mam 'l ac
helot" was singular ? She replied imiiie
diattlv.and with much iajenui.y, '-becausfv
it is very aingi.Ur that tla-y dou'l jet mar
lied." C ANTON OV HASLK.
In the C.tnicn f Mai, i Swixterlnnd,
.1 : . 1..... .1.1.1. rt...àii...l Arrrr Tfi tt
Vlll IVMUIllMi.-, iiv. ..i..i. .....
. . . . , . , m
road, and the greater put of Wv. li2
freuit tree are at one and the sun.: ime
Intth useful and ornamental. The nimtbsr
é
planted is said to amount t h'KO fta-
nuallj;
t ti ?j,MKiie !''. ;''. cf ''il font -n f-u,
-t fioaiT.t '. fj T:rr fi'irct ;ii:,
inrT !. v:xit Ja f: et tii il!r r.t A; Ja ît'in-.

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