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Subject to the tteciAton t!fDeniocratecNalioria
P I OR CANAL' COMMISBIONER
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pa. nit--WILLIAM WILKENS,
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t ikthe fat:htr : two sOns, Mark and Robert;
4 a l fd a dauglitei, nattinel Ellen. That leas the
year of the great dtgbellion; when the pa
trlot volunteers having taken succesaively
the tillo of United Irishmen and Defenders . ,
openly declared s themselves in FeVolt against
the government of the sister country. The
civil war raged fiercely in the southern pro
vinces ; and the Itowleys speedily became
invelved in it. The', father, who assumed
the titi q 6C colonel, and Allaceti4tinself at
the head of i c k n armed band, chiefly col posed
of peasants of. his own ,gsta4 3 , fell, lighting
1 -at Om battle at Vwegar ?lilt. Both Vie sons
i Were taken prisoners wit!! arms; in their
handp by lcuiVs treof.9, during the ten
rible fight in the streets of Iles:; ; aNI Mark,
whowas the elder, was,shot, wltti,:utt !eial f
on the spot where-hail* captured; IZr.'l'ert
being a slim youtth e pf'flfteFif—antrof ana l :-
pedranee even yortMt than his years—was
spared, and sent to Dublin for trial. Ills
sister Ellen, who was then a girl of seven-.
teen, and of very remarkable beauty, set
out yrithout consulting any one—lndeed,
there wero few who dared frost to the ad
vice of another in that terrible-time—con
trived to traverse a country, still awarmlng
with troops andinsUrgents, antaarrived safely
There, with no friend or acquaintance in.
the eitlesho remained from the month of
June until February of the foll Owing Year.
Dull% that time she was not allowed to see
or communicate with her hrotlier t but the
inigfortuiws of her family, and‘the loneliness
of her situation transformed the young girl
into a selfrbliant woman. Every day was
methodically spent in some endeavor, direct
.or indirect, to save her brother's life.
soughtfor friends, and succeeded in inter
eating glom who had been mere strangers.
Day at day she haunted the courts, listen
ing to the speeches of the various counsel,
in order herself to form a judgment of their
skill. When she had firc.l upon one to un
dertake her brother's defence, fitho instruet
odium herself, paying his fees out of a lit
tle treasure she had brought with her, and
which had been kept by her father against*
time of need.
The barrister whom she had chosen was a
young man named Rothe, then but little
tmovrii in his profeslion. fie f-it fur her
sorrows, and began to take an inter
est in his client's came. EverY.,,elasy, after
visiting, the prisoner, ho brought her some'
intelligence from him, and succeded in %ibis
penng to him, in return, a word of consols-
Lion from his devoted sister. He also en
tered into her asiheme for interesting influen
tial persons in her favor ; but he was a young
man, and, having , risen, by his own efforts
above the bumble position of his own family,
he hail but little personal interest. The
atrocities committed at Wexford, and the
horrible story of the barn at SeUllahogue,
had produced a strong foelit* against all
prisoners from the south ; and their afpli•
cations to thaiLord-bieutenant were tuft by
a cool official mist% er.
Meatus hile, Roche directed all his ener•
gito to. preparing for the defence'. The
Morning appointed for the trial came. It
was a showery day. Gloom and sunshine
changed and counteNbanged a dozen thnot,
As the young maiden trod the quiet streets
'star the prison walls, awaiting the hear
when the cynt should open. It was an
anxious moment when shetttoAld ill the prey
ence of the jud g e,itcirAter ;brother's
name calleilland watched the door through
which she kne* that he a ould come. Many
eyes beheld her—not all, Alas! eyes of com
passion—standing in the' dusty bar of sun
light that came through the high 'arched
window. Roche ealnily arranged his papers
without poking towards her, and the faint
shriek that she uttered when her brother
appeared, after all that dark, long winter,
Ace med to have caught all :ears save his.
But the young barrister, though secrning to
ho *rapt in thought:, lost nothing of what'
passed, not even the impro:siiiii that In r
beauty made upon 61)1110 peNous pi esent.
Though the evidence again*. the youth •A as
too clear tett doubted, Roe!' o dwelt strongly
upon his youth, and the misfortunes his
family had already sutured, Witold, in sim
ple-and affecting langagn. the story of the
taster's I lir uggle a. The effect of the appeal
upon on !tit jury, wag the of the
-prisoner, who, after la solemn warning from
the judge,of the filanger of being ever again
accused, left the coutt with his sister, and
the friend to. whom he owed his life.
The impression of that trial, and of his
interesting client, was not easily to be ef
faced from the mind of Rpchet. Her frequent
visits, her importunitieirtehich at timer had
almost vexed him, and bevilestaikiterberee
and fears, ho now began to voiss)as plena.
ing excitements, which had passea nwayin
the attainment of their object. He corms.
Voided with Ellen 1,101747 at intervals; end
delighted by the witileniy.ecriNg and tenter.
new. of her letters, be aeon berrOo - wars of
his attachment for her. A journey to 'Wex
ford—though only sixty , miles distant from
the capitol—wes.not a, alight matter than,
' and a year and a half elapsed before ho was
enabled to quit his duties and pay a visit to
It wait on a isiny day in a • rainy autumn
thatPirehe arr4ved in Wexford. A shrill
Wind blew from aeitly n g s driThri - g on the
moist hes*, ciottds: ' of the fate con
flict were still visible in glifectaT and the
' t " tr
mullohruttp* of,the common pdop!e with
whom,/sl . gt t ln , contact, indicated their
aumpialo aiim nzr. , when he in,
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osileys, the son er th's - landlord spiang for--
ward,.and eagerly offereddo show him the
Killou•cn, where tho Ilowleys resided, was
at a distance of three miles from the to . wtt.
The way lay down's cross country road in
he neighborhood of the sea.coniit ; a lane
partly through an enclosed plantation over-,
grown with rank shrubs, condakettd to the
house. Not IL mingle cottage, or esed.hut,
(lid they 1401:r -except, once or twice, Itlne
ruined walls of a lionu s zereckeid. 06,R0 . 6be1l
told him,'by the royalist yeomanry,
after the recapture of the town. Tim resi
dence of the liewloys was a large, red brick
mansion, by no means" old or dilapidated;
but the railing that surrouuded the shtiilc;
bery had been torn out for pikes, leaving
square holes, in which the rain had accumu
lated, along the top of the parapet wall.
Tl grounds around the house were erten
b.vo, consisting of shrubberies, paddock and
plantations of young fir. There was a kind
of porttr's lodge: beside the rusty iron gate;
hut its shutters were closed, and its door
was nailed up. tr4ritss grew upon the, soil ;
dry dust.lay thick upon the threshold ; and
the drops of rein anil the withered leaves
that Mt with eVery 1/301.4:10t01. 01 PIO num,
were fast rotting away the wooden roof.
In this desolate and solitary Spot, Bootie
remained two months wildt-the. flowieys
The rebellide had Ellen no" relative but
her• brother. The serving-man, who had
lived in the lodge, had also loaf his life in the •'
insurrection, and his place had never been
filled up. The brother and sister, and an
old woman servant, now formed the whole
honschold. .Owing to the political troqides
of the country, the land belonging to them I
was then in great part uncultivated ; but
the brother collected such rents as could be
recoaered, and the Howley s, though impov
erished, were still in easy circumstances. •
Roche aoconmanied the brother in fishing or
shouting excursions on the batiks of the Sla
ney, during which he frequently spoke of '
political matters, and hinted that the rebel- '
lion might a'gain break out before long ; but '
Roche, who had no sympathy with n ith the
insurrectionists, Ain aye' turned , aside , the. I
conversation, or spoke . to him of what hie '
family had Huff - erred, and warned him of his
imprudence in approaching such matters.
Robert, ens of a gay, reckless' disposition'; 1
but the sister was the time /111bdt1Cd end
thoughtfabreature: Thro aid - rind solitary
stnrit of the place seemed to centre in her.
Roche remarked, at first with surprise, that
no visitors ever came ; but he soon grew ac
clivtemed to their lonely life, and began to
fee 1 a pleasure in it. It was - plowtarit, sitting I
beside her in the lung evenings, to fancy that
he had abindoned forever the strife and
anxiety of liis profession, and even the am• I
bitious hopes witreli had made his labors
light to him, to lire with them In that quiet ;
home es inch had outlived the stonna of '
no :he's v:ait to Killowen naturally in•
ertascd his affection for the young lady.
When the day of his &pal turadrew nearer, 1 i
he Lankly told her his elrrumstarnes, and
11011C1 LOCI her hand. She set 1., , if0r.1 him, lilt°
l. a nebb, p,nl, the injury that naig,ld res , Alt to
141» in his pr , ,Tion front slits:ice with a
faintly considered a.. rebelq by the govern
ment ; she reminded him that her brother
was r/0111 and hoth , vied, and that their
troubles might possibly be not yet Over she
piovailed upon him at. last to postpone the
marriagulor a twelvernoin.h.. Ou this ar
nangemeht, made with the approval of her
brother, mkt oil the
, r utelerstanding that ho
is as to return in the same season of the fol
lowing yi ar, Roche bade her farewell, and
returned to Duldinto follow hie reTOfCBSiOl/
The appointed twelve months Wad nearly
passed aw ay, when one of thou minor out
breaks which, for many year,4, folloaed at
intervals the suppression of the Great Re
bellion, again involved Ole Howley family in
trouble. On the Illth of July (the anol rer
sary of the battle of the 13oyne4 a party of
the Society of Orangemen, which had grown
bolder than ever since the triumph of the
ItCyalists, assembled in the town of Wexford,
and matched across the bridge, and through
I am principal streets, in procession, carry:.
ing banners inserilted with mottoes offensive
to the Catholics, and preceded by muftis
Cillaa playing " ()topples lie down,':- and
other finies known to be irritating•to- them.
The Ribbonmon remained in-doors ; but it
was whispered about that it was intended to
light bonfires in the streets at night, and to
horn in effigy some of the favorite leaders
of the United Irishmen, who had knflered for
their treason ; and it 60011 became known
that a riot wonid take place. The, Orange,
men, who have since 'been found to be' so
Wachtel/on/I,a body, were, in those days of
party warfare, openly encouraged by the au
thorities, and lookeriiPon as a useful bar•
rier against the revolutionary iipied of the
common people. No p'aing,lherefore„ were
taken to stop their proceedings, and several
frays ensued, in which some lives went lost.
"One of these occurred in the market-place,
where a lefts fire had been made. The at
tacking party wore at first-beaten off; en'
the Orangemen's ,bonfire had, gunk into a
great heap of .ainhartr &wing and rustling
in the wind, whew a min named Michael
Foster, who was in , the lad of "raking She
fire with L pole, its shot 43- an union
hand, and immediately feu forl4ar4, cd'bis
face. A fort persona 'who werettkuidinit
near Will (nittai otithe Orangomon had
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ready diemrsed,) tett:, I report of the'
glen ; 'beford Sink of.**.' - •
I tY ~ , t firned
there, a:stt li • ► rt bflYt
sumed by the fire. There then a dead
4'lll on one aide of the • place,' from
an angle of which sonic n pretended to
have remarked that the shot as fired elhow
ever, 'in the hurry - and buistl of that uled
the murderer eacaped," ,
Outrages had been oessn.
sides ;° but, at, Song wig tit
the authorities in favor
who gave the first prosro
Orangemen was apprehended,
number of Ribbcuntin'
lodged in prison; on the &lib.
dilligtnt seirch was made Ib4 others, who
were 4120 w il to have been ,co
the affray. The murder or D
n the market-plade,. made ,
the mystery attending it, anuf the horrible
circumstance of the burning way of the
head, wee the aubJect of mu i inrestiga.
tipn. lit** doubt was ent • ned that tlni
perpetrator had taken advattlitte of the riot
tqcommit an act of personal tbaenge. The
nuir i f
conspicuousness of tho victim, 4 tandlr; at
the moment, in the glare of th 4 1 embers,
had, no doubt, enabled the er to take
aim. That it WAR the act of I d • man, and
that the mnn was satisticd itri ~. the remit,
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thelrun 1 1,14 Ong:fired p,' -, ' .4". • .i....r,
amain ior his party, did net rit 3 orwarf, as
WWI 440 invariable practice of the Trish in
an affray. -
Suspicion, casting about for vino person
known to have a plausible zatitive for the
crime, was not long in finding:a victim. It
WU remembered that the murdered man had
been a witness against young llCrwley on his
trial ; he was, moreover, said t,) , i f “)MO, to
have openly boasted of haviug,tith his own
hand, cut down the father at the tight at Vin
egar Hill. This clue WU at ,ence seized,
and, on the night following the prtm g c riot,
young Howley was forested, mid conveyed
to the jail at-Wexford.
,Evidcnce, true or raise, alisquickly lira
cured against him. One of the Orange pazty
now conic forward, and (for ths first time)
stated, that as lteetood near the angle of
the dead wall, on the. night of lie murder,
he heard a voice, which - rottoulzed im
mediately as that of Howley. x.c)aitninfa
"By the holy. Ghost, I'll o a hole
through that rillian !" Im te r after
which, he heard the report alr, ,
feariewthat there was.
the Ribbon party at band, tied with .etl)ors.
Young Howley admitted that be w/# at
Wexford that night, and that to, carried his
gun with him, but solemnly denied that he
was the murderer of Foster ; declaring that
lie had never heard of hie boast of haring
slain his father until that moment, and that
he did not believe it, Nor could any witness
now"he found who had ever heard of such a
boast. But the magib ire tcs committed him ;
a special commission was appointed; and,
for the second tune, young Howley was to, be
tried fur his life.
On the day of 'l.r brothe'r's apprehension,
Ellen ley had written to licr hirer the
intelligence of her new trouble, and sasikin
imploring that assistance which had Already
served to t-tactic him frcm a violent death.
But thc difficulty was now maatrit than be
fore. The trial was to take Placo at '
ford, insteacr of at Dublin; and the inhatili
tants .of that town werc.strooglyagainst the
rioters. Roche knew that it would he.e.m•
treinely dangerous to the prisoner if he:ivere
to plead s his cautte a second time. I.le,
therefore, covertly instrucced a barrister, who
' was a wernifrfonitt:At h 6. lacisidca being a
Protestant intd a istrong government manoato
prated to IVexford, and. conclutit
The day of trial Arrived, and flowley'scoun
, set mould probably have succeeded hi neti•
tralizing the feeble testimony azatitat
client, hitt for a circumstance who h, though
probahly'intended to-save him, sea inidOeht
tally, the cause of his destroction, (hi hip
tray) the court-house to give evidence ow
the trial, the principstwitliess against flow
ley teas fired at frame plantation beside the
road-way, and wounded- In the -arm. 'The
ball pasted through the flesh, Without
breaking the bones, and the man, after
hai, tug the wound draigil; persisted in pro.
smiting - himself at court togire b e evide t aCc•
The appr ranco of this fhliatio, T v*, whether
speaking truth .or falsottotd, had wrought
himself to a belief in his owe statement,
created a deep impression on the audience.
His pallid countenanee t likr arm in *sling,
his iterative of the attack upon him by Lin
cret assassin, presumed to be a ,friend of the
accused, and his statement—not to be sha•
ken—of the words used lilt Howley, decided
the minds of the jury. 4.-ns eloquent sp
pcal 'of his counsel was Wean interrupted
. mitimure in the ecittrat.and the young
man was found guilty enti sentenced to
The 'execution of ilorkty with live
,otherti, found guilty of Iskisemtgeert in the
riot, vraa fluid for the itteristois4if the aloe
ond,day after the trial. Tbis*Ostrates,
apprehensive of, disturbancepeWdiatOtthed
a nuisteingei to Waterton' fop 4, ra i n ,
*cement of soldiers; harraiatiitesipi 104
pissed since noon, and the 41Peet hod not yet
arrived. It was not untilintlsll4, 4 * it WAS
determinrd rinseaed_to exeoption without
thetti. A largo crowd hitiralllnnliteit.t.isit
Clio yoeinapry were in groat -true eend,
ei:ntetl, :end the_ j popahice cot* litein
174,400 f disapprobation t°7*,, 11 •1048Festni ,
unt4t the prisoners sPrersu eIPFit the -19444
fog. At that =taw% sonse , ciogptonut of
gisposi i tion to renew' the riot et* mop*.
*1; and the.execialiptnt'ives ertlereil to has
ten withhic tick. Yofm; trovi3yiiinf ett
ittleating Lin innoi
tAlte:: *, l l lo4blifitirkiffeltitttiiffir,
the rneb4/eit; and ha' trecrs tir• whet'
had peened wWf leftl-ell with* and air, •
Since the day cif her bmther'S' second's!) ,
prehension, Ei.l4 llewley,kati never rested
from bei:r endoMMrs to sityvhim. But all
hearts were steeled Againa4 bee. Events
succeeded each other 'with, terrible rapidity ;
andit soon became evident' that nil power
could save him. On ono only, of' all those
to whom she applied; did the sight of 'her
beefily- And misery make any i f alprelsion,
Tills num was the sheriffof the county bit
he had no power to help her, and he did not
even daro.to delay the execution. There
was but one favor ho could procure; for her'
-a favor convoying to her, ,, mind tie strongly,
the hopelessness of bar cue, that ha acaroely
dared to, name it. It was that--contrary to
custom—the body of her brother should be
given, up to his family, to. he decently in+
ur,redi n o le i r ow n balria,ll)l.4eu: Accordingly.-
about dusk on the evening of the est:nation,
the corpse Was privitely removed, in an
undertaker's car, to ,the house at Killowen.
To avoid a fre:slioecaaion.for disturbance, it
was st.ipuhatcd by the sherd! that tbis fact
aliould be kept as averet,aa possible, and
that the burial should take• place et dark
• getitt7,o , .. , --a,vea`..', • - • -
lilati,eppt i tteqd the Jag the flaperal
that RocltearristKl rd Trosiog
to the skill of his brother qounsel, ho had
proceeded to London to endeavor to interest
Sonic powerful persons iu favor. of the accu
sed. Only on his return to Lublin dill he
learn that the execution must have already
taken place. lie luistened, therefore, to
Killoiven, in the hope—though too
aught else—o( consoling bin unhappy fhmist
It was evening when lee Arrived ;here
Though in full summer, the place struck h u m
as far more desolate and lonely than it had
seemed in the dull autumul day when he
first visited it. The heavy clank of the
that hung somewhere' hettVerer hfin and the
house, startled him as he pulled the handle.
No one answered his summons ; and mering
no light at any of the windows. he began to
fear that its inmates had left •the place.
Gently pushing open the gate. he made his
way through the shrubberies around the
house. The place was quite gill hut,
listening awhile, he fancied that he heard a
noise within, like a faint moaning , and mob- ,
ding, yet he doubted whether it came from a
imam. fialkittened boa head It eves
more—thin time so distinctly that if it had
been the whining of a dog, or any other
animal, he could not fall to recognise it.—
Tormented by vague surmises, he made his
way balk to the front of the'homm,
mounting. a flight of stone steps, keteele.d
loudly at the door. Some minutes eh.psed
before a voice mriswered him, and inqnhvd,
his business. It was the old wourin ter
rant. She admitted him, andrefaattned the
door-with a chain
itted on both
;ion, that To
while a great
, wing day, a
• nectcd with
4: Where is your ntihtte;.i? " inquired
The roman, with a atrirro, hterild , red
look, mentioned to him to fe,llow Sm
led him I.4tu a little room lined ANlth tiookt,
and faintly lighted by a 'tamp hung from the
ecilioff thee!, satell In a chair by thrtshle„
pale and motionletis n< death, ho reto;:nlred
the form of his betrothed Moll, woold
hate sprang forward 'to elasp his
arm; but the thm*ht of her recent sor
mw, and tho ooldnees • and &Mimeo of , : her
manner, awed him.
4.1 am OW you have
said, AN anon as they yo}:re. ono. • •
liour Ihava.4atinedkgall/U 1 ,14na,wi111;1 1 4. 11
give me no reac , u44ll I tad tall you (Jilt."
"No, no," ~i}j,(.; floolle" aoticipatiog.
meaning terrible affliction roust ,tiot
separate, hut link u.; closer to each otlitr "
"Roche," she epli.cd Itic e ,tot: ,A 4
uoi.op.ss,oited s it:ei.,o to you
solcuu4ybefore Ileaveu, that Vie ruin
ke 4 aro to you sat year CAD, iiceo be
"/ came to-night in the hops of cot:130114
you he your sorrow," repin.A.l ItoclAs. 4 , p0
not thipk lila; I ,wouitl. you,„nOttWiti
anything relating to my own hiippincus.
Lot MO do something to cheer your sohtttry
gloso riss wpne Whiy4 1 MAY
Lighten tpg,...buratv , of, Aur sty l i I
will isle at present for nokfting
"A reason that I clumat : DAMP to you,"
'ahe replied, "vOullisb IP° to• PP r ' l4.ll4lll / 4 '
fui. I entreat you
.to Active MG. This in
terview is more than I eau beery Ilaneve
me, the , path our purling gives um is equal
to yours. I Rik of you the grestest.pnxd
you can sire cue now of your affection. It
ix that ,you believelny..resolro to be , fortall
up g r, me inevitably ; I»ttn Met :it
and forever %kiln rtgd their yotr,tviortney
hued, and Prosllse sindooo,..Evol; ,sao .16
'we: *ay ."I 7•, F r ft
took, bez esid:Onustri sent, caused
unity., "Alt premien this," t er.-
olsimedl tely. PI, will, roe
to-night, slim islyrptitatinco gime
But I declare t you, i efennot , Reatiedo hope
that,yott rutty, one.eisy, repent of Ole cruel
&Aeronautic:lp." y ' ",v7
l'ite,,yOung barrister pondered, on his way,
back to Wexford, ups" the melancholy recoil.
tlon he had net with. Half initipectins'that
her trouble had *Acta Ink reason; Oft tl
hereold ilia take miiitner *Milt eulibiat tif
itaid - ftnitt,Aslushin, niTinetimi a haw
ving haten4ented the old lisiiiifitt'Adugg r
Unmet . , hi, Ai!~ that,' , 4o . miiiir or
eteleavora in har brother 4
hiess of deluy' in hsti
m to b e 6,alihf.. , 4f , Vitirl;A °3 6V it*
seein'ed ititipi'lnorikpid' o ide quit he had pc'
motiveloi hgr conduet, bctand tha.damiretO
taiteilditi itotti tti littgiliett of iin- alliance
i wittecnierivhOso titiftrer - lira suit* death
r atthetinntls itf""thelitigtillfitt" Ai, What.
erril. - 41110Thrtier_ ' OM ; litlioil brl;hiliirtridil,",
watt in [Tito of the pain his visit appeared tol
rause her, the thought of leaving her in that 1
solitary' pities ` wail in4uPpOrlable.. Ito ile-
tetmirterl,ta" all events, to see her ,i3ifore 1
rettirnin4 to 11ublin. . , ,
What passed between them at this inter
view need not bertoid.. insomplianctO with
her entreaties',' he 'promised to leave the
rittlgioiliiioil ; but (mix on condition that.
515041501 d Meet him that darsi:t months,
and assure film, from her own lips, that her
resolution was still the same.
Roche returned to the capital, where, in
. laliors of hin profeagion, be
endeavored to lntry ft/Oughts, until the
'Rix Months should have peeped. thC
pointed tter--Lthe very bourhudied natned4
fEmucl him again at Killowen.:. I.U!,n plow
ley received him:fts before. 'the Gide 'Own
iti which he fouilcl her„the place in which
she sat, the torie"Of ),enrolee, were kn no wise
changed. She repeated to Liu) her determi
ttilin, and 'Roche, according to his promise,
departed froth, her notin. Thus, for several
yearn, at long intcrvals, the Loalivter re
turned to Killowen anti
menu tztr 'WU/ 411 M u4/74 4 ,. * er
hiM; and the rePCeteil
diaitiiptifrrtiritltki he experlcocol' gradually
ticfre- 'way much or hip love fur her, lfe
pttitd It or 'lonely 914 cliteilefka life, and
wooed gladly La've resta,cl her e9.4ho.saurld:
hut, by degireA, he came tt knowthat bin
xffbction Rh her was IVA the ardent passion
that it '6.1 bc4o. one day, upon the ocra-
of ono' of these ; rwity, ,Ellen thastley
spoke to him of the injustice he >lid himself,
in cbiitiotfing to wait fur a change wtitett
could never, in this world, come. Not with
out_a sorrowful hetirt, when he knew that
r tll l:e(T h , ° lt lir ot 'e l n i t e e r i o g r i - e,:t e e P d 4.7: ll l‘ di lG t n o ll r:ru d e a m t be lm r t h it it r a - .
- I;rlieriteer rho had need of aid pS counsel;
and finally bade her farewell.
Many ytltra passed, and Filer Jlowley
continued tO lire, shut up in the . great bore
at S'illowen. No tisitor erer entered• there,
and she rarely went abroad. When she
was seen, ft was anted that her looks grew
More and mom careworn. Though still a
'young woman, her hair became partially
gray, and her form wasted to a shadow.
trey , "lir saw bee now &Ireton 19 pity, her,
Vtittilleaberrrig how Carsiedind, she had boon,
anti ( beCirl bow she had suflered rot:
i7pu";" to areli sbe"
lived looked' every year more dr:enry ami
neglected roof, thO' paid the
ttituttttrtt of the lodge, mouth Icd away ; ihs
troutida about the honk, were Piled with
rank atedi, orerrunningthe paths I..stramie
stories circulated, of curious noises beard at
night and the country people. who knew
the history of the fatuity, would not pass
there-after dark. ;ion;te saii that the greater
rartortho room ; had I,ten kept, hytked
the day of the trother*.; d alb , that the
ghost ni'thc rebel- typearqi to Earn, and
! herg. , l 114 y.ut to quit the rls , Uott Oa!,
women serr.tot oho livid 1.;
1 employcd thcrt• since the .Al, -aura's death,
!deetsreel she had secs the flohcrt
Holt. ley. ?he cad that ,''tc unv gniui _tip
, tr'rtt at I(t.elt f
arei that u.. 1 Y efollc• I'v )Nrolr-g,
:**llll4(ii.j:tt,'" gi4t,listo.lte hi;tlt til , fr,thecnro . ?l
kteitto? hiOnd, the s rgrid• whom
4'etiterebthisl-fte lilt:;,, Al,O (;aid,, Wdls
ghastly pale , '; he dig nOf si;e4;;,lrti't , ,stood
WWI? htY'eres, "and tri:31:14% tra griatl
eet Until she' cfrlcilipbtf candl+,
or nnt; the woman 41(114 sincere;
and' the illact,s which She siiit,red i and which
she declared to have been '/,y , the
sitoek. c. orin , Nd the neighbors that K illtn% en
a - as haunted by the ghosts of the flowley4.
and that the young lady. eptn:Aded to rt•
maid. th hrsome dread 'rea-,en , ;•cas wa .
fig tatty through the terror hod solitude Of
har lifs. •
ThuslYtten • Howley lived; for seventeen
years. Miami le, ROettoT Nit IJeceen4 -
thriving min lit hie pnithan. Years' After
tho leeprension his first 'patutoit bad lets lisiA
began to wear stray, he had' won the betel
of tis (laughter of .It. ea 1t y Inereheitt in
Lltiblot,'snel• had stottleel down id lifts, d qcriot,
utwornadtid learnt. The' at :alba
/barley hod. long • been absent Ohs his
thoughts, when he reeet4e4 'Atelier *Ora biti, 1
beggitg; him to' comet. , t She told MMht
Abotolut won very' 111, anet thbt 'itte itkergi
to.erteluiottettloment qr het prsq;crir be fdr+t
site (104 ser.lell 9ubile imroydlithlly, dnd
tolonietlanetil bats , flrliresittiVE littitei
sulbthhodareittititia - hbo 41'.i+
Is olkOVibleig3l% navel:rt .. the boraW at. KlTlOaretti
A utt, fienuegObtrod struigi noisiest lie 44111
juogdaboes vow birotaot Igo OM& uppeotid
to knots a#111431111 illness Won etid •tviniitir
thet c ooy thootAirkallasisitiel beta '•`- 4 ' ' • I
hie horse des obral ha trtitde hiii , N 41,1
throughlhe shrObbesy Efoltis no ltt at
our of Abe ,evindows, ipliotraehoatd(l 4
be quite ddipttolbribi tomato: Ut
at the *of 41Q — nobsei Ones' NOW*
If tin hoist; evisrstiooply. 41644'
Ihrir4lolll4V4lo !Nat t*Mbd, as iikk A
thwitionkral 4 U?
'raiding frank Oki Warn 08140 6 / 1 " . •-
finamtalthits **id opal the; ibit *hoist
4410iictr,d. - kisum,rdikutOßAlNC
; I,J. Ai
atortkent,he caught aolu rary',aaliae noise
that had startled hisalisdons waaa.loog
'ltleantjea Lnne, interrnytedadar sad dm by
a noise, liltethe eobbleket ifiLleagth
the whole. ceioi.
lest: .' ' • • ' , lf.
TtrefharrtAter arm a msn'of nerve; : but be
heßitated a mOmerit.- tie kneli Mit he was
far from any - other .Irabitation.lo that,
whatevef might befall him, ho ,c ould trope
for no succor. Drawing oat his traveling
pistols, haverser, ho entered. Witirthe light
from ffielatitesaluhis left hand east before
him, he 'walked tip the hall and down a pas.
sage, waling aloud "Mies Ilowisy P' ,until
finding the doors on each side of the' 'hall
locked,- lie began to mount the wide staircase.
Idore'and more surprised by the silence of
the place, he Wai relieved by sating • faint
light through the door which stood Ow upon
:tbe lauding above. This door opened t, - ide;
and a than stood on. the Threshold. Roche
felt a *bill Pass through his body, feria.
applied, 1p his wild anddlsteetest Ter,
tures, the !Soo of Robert Howley.
'Rowley!" cried Roche, gresping his Id a •
tol firmly. .'Speak, in the name of God, if
this do you ?"
The figure repeated its strung* gesture*,
opening and shutting its-eyes, end Ifiovi..ng
its lirri quickly : but it made no sound..tor e
The llgwe morel toirmlthim; and mild,
in a wilikper, "T9ll :l 4Vpostra.4y;i - Notne in.
if Yett ' t will. Keep the erawitaway. They
10 , 40 iit . assalser." ~g , ii j/A
; Il*alkibuiiskaalla neectidai!urito.
chg. illieitjalty.t trittni.lbElbitliiiibtablitAilus
giiiiie s!tippcd. a the
.44#11, 4 fue r l *Wg up
a lii ids. 114414;1 ahif jointed
to the floor. There, Waldo an ancient hoi
sted, st,etehed upbn the grounfl, was the fiza
are or & WOLUItIi , ATVS 4O 4. Realm . kaki' be.
aide her. and rusing.lier, felt
rold. Mr hair was gray. and. her, taMyra
sharp and wasted, like her body. Ellen
Howley. ' .., _
-She LS dead!" exclaimed ittocb*? ratty is
Ilia empanion reicarded.hilit 1444.41111
otic stare and then husat taw tWrk•
Inud whine and iobbing noise which joa,V44 -
heard twice, before.
A suspicion pal.wd into his mind, ttmilllolll
hsd suffered violence at the hooid;it tit tAntirlist;
but he found no nutria' of injury ort4P, agd
ho had known that she was 1,11. w4sa 44.
dent to him that abe bard perished 'in 4 “ :6
medical aid, or tiny one mot beef, t#lB
hod'tio alternative but to fie r i r a"
tKere; white lie rude tAa •
Tint nigh t httlearned tiro truthi .
addressed to Mtn, and milt inteudeffii,
hini after her &Ads, tihri relate.l the tern
history of seventeen years. To the ionittliOn
end hurry of the e•eeution, and under the
fear of au attack from the mob, her brotlilir
had, been talten , doer• hula the Waging-pine,
within • iknuminutirs and,: some Mtge after
the Tumoral of his body to fillirrren he Ws
I,7hii of life. Aided by the old otitis, she
H utu:coiled in slowly restoring 40; but
AKA) driwici.,l of reason. Thou irerau.l4t,
reseAtiod to keep her dreadful seciat,,ami s
devoted line life wholly !I hiss. In laps'
yea:, till , ILI wished to disports Of 7ber
p . t ty, awl l ev her nativi...;couittiy winitsbist
but Iv cruld not he pret7oledson to .r go out
dal or to Meet ,the teive at
Sinke thi nine' death , oulti tlje
'dot) , kien the , sienna ii+viAt accident ti met
liim,'sl , r bid Ilijiltrilone llf fife lorusel,:iitt
hint. tiansfied in her own nand taut sae hal
he erihr in 'setting htr iorir free ft:4;lllas
rettsgeitittits, Ind hiddinghbsi rarinebll,l‘
tereofeed trelrct to tof Ittitft
her long cord niMl SSS near iiifid her', kin*
foi her lfotheis (ale, comridiedi liertetiAlf•
Robert Maley fired Only • few. •64tithk
Miter the di ath df the.shder who hail lifircrf
tle7d her loye and life for bird. bv 7 6
rind 4eside het,' in the Isiriaft ,etnech: attar
KIM 0 , 011, thilast of lArrnappreelitetimili-
NAPOLICOMS - ZUNT , TAML
inori - hant. of 14ftriel*Nrewas the first loco of
fliett IlikpOloon. Joseph itoisif
tirr•sigria oti, Dtsifee . Wste 41'111416i'
pf l ic young Po' ectfish rierthiptt; bOTA.*-
'sr would riot anutg'afilf i 'ttlii l 4 66 ,
used his *lilt with sidi; bof
Suety as. ' One oftd veikeQit Vto SO.
tbiA*o l lPatialt
011itai irk, .
ake . ‘lk 114,ntli)
strived it ett.
good.with 410 web, aWit."
Npliseitloilitettaptciptroe: se VW,
• 7 1 ,3 ft
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