Erie observer. (Erie, Pa.) 1830-1853, January 22, 1853, Image 1

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A. P. Dtrazaitaoo., Proprietors.
g Illa OMR", or.
•.-ri'er , I 'hi' c a rner. al StGli
, oat . or al thc otter.. in advance. 1.10
ii - . r La 1 , 1 I I! 1 , 1 :Ids ance,or within three months Thom thetitise
•-• " ~ • - in o dollars Will be - charged.
LT ‘, rotio.ol me won. ova. be postpaid.
e, r d. ~ ,-, 1 v.: ceding 4 liner; one year. 83.00
ei.e c.luare .5 - . Itkfig '
.lu. six months, 1.00
~ do. IlliC moults, ' 3,00
1 - ,...., , .: g,os ei to-etnen ts, SO cents persquare. of Ofieen Ham or
.::.:rrlion: 25 cents for each subsequent insertion.
t yl ~.t, ads rarer. hare the prtoilegeof chanting:lt pkartir,
. 1., IrCnIIONed to Deem py wore than two sittuares,stai to
' ,.ra :e ;'err rramedight lossipess.
t ,, c et, ere• To. not having other directions, will he, inserted till
.-,charged accordingly.
LI Oft AT LAW, n Georgc A. Elliors office.
of d.rimrk. Erie. :34
I,rl 't C.I.I*Ir.LIOR AT LAW, NO. 155,
rod, Street, bptween Sinlithfield
(tart Strett4. Pitt. burgh. Pa 1
VINCENT H 1101101) dr. C
~TIE,R4of Store s, Hollow Ware, Engii
Road fare, etc., St ate St.. Eric Pa.
I'HOMMi M. Aoi
Gale of Me fires .1 G. Loomis + e.)
in Clock*, Watches, JErtrelrY. Silver, =poops, MOSiCal
,•,7,,r3tp. LQw. u:. La.sts, LArups and Fpiey Goous, whole
VLANT TAILOR. and Habit Maker 7 -Shop . ou the east side Of
re street. two doors north or Eight. r
( . o'l4 Cabal et N'are-Itnoto. Erie,
sit r and retail dealers in Dry
, itenes No. I Need Douse.
Cdi , e 'Of t and Ilea Irrs in Gold and eitvrir coin. unenr
• I Money, Land Warrants and ceniiicatesofDeposile.• Also
or.t• on th a pnncipal tines of Mc Union. and all pans
se nid Country Cur sale. ()dirt. Williams' Block, corner of
. and Public :Munn.
J. G. Sr. W. I..MILLB,
Wholesale Deniers to Groceries, Wines,itiquorr.
;ar.„, Fruit. Nutty, Pickles and Pickled Ors.
Preserves.and Nermeti early Sealed artille• Of
• .cr.piton altra)• on haQ, . 3, William's Block,
. Irrewu'i, New Hotel Erie. Pa.
6 ‘l, , s e. Sew York. 1, W. 1. Piu.u. Buffalo.
v. recto or in their SeallOrt. Oyster io *bell, from I. G. liib
.* tt Dew Yolk. which will be sold Wholesale at low Pike*
A. C. Jscusm, Agent., Erie, pa.
r„ ,n Cia.mical, &Ivol and kfibeellaneous Books, Black
Slatiovory, and Printer's Cards, IC.o. 9, Brown's new
F. Nle , •11 1. r. 1111.6•111.
to re 1, G rorerie.. Provisions, Wines. Liquors, Candles. Fruit,
tr .. one Hour below Loomis& Co's Suite street. Erie.
!rut in SI 3 ;.!C & Fancy Dry Goods. and the Crreadest variety
tee Store in the City. it:lieup hide. kris. p a .
e beta, Jobirerr, and retail Dealernia Wet and Dry Grneelien
[•. Forrogn and Ilotneotie Fruit. Wooden,
tt .0% at. 1 Store Wa I I`. Flour, Fish. Salt. Wass. Nails, P9w
s+so, (' Sa Fuse. te., Ice. French "Sheet. oppo-
RNA Erie, Pa.
and Canal Boats, Vetiaets. ilotets. and Private
SJ j• e lti..../ VI tW ar.) *of the abovesrtielm with prompt
zr..ll.- !•
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Fl. E over Jak . ten . .. 4 blue, North,TEal4 corner of the Pule-
Out, t uttS littaSE & S
Pt4..ciatis and Surgeoae. Office and Best4enecs—
h,,,th k Sv.reras Firrits.
ec ;• 7 tr., A. 31; Ito 2, ai24 to 7. P. M'
ari.ri and Counnisrion Atere:pants. dealer in Coal,
1,,r, agent for a daily line of upper LIM Steamers,
,e l`r4k Erie P. •
Li DIiELL ar. Co, •
• 1•11:7 n., Manufacturers or Iron Fence, !Steamboat
5 eq. &c Stnte. Uetween 7 b and fitb, titrreta.
ilif fl !Loved tb N 0.5 Reed meek. State Street.
Fwe rld.rept , clouts at, Ili o'clock, A. M.
" 3i O'clock; P. M.
Lae , 7 f the firm of J. Mara 4 Cu-)
COMltlialiOß Merchant. PuLhe Dock. Erie. Pa
,r; 5..11, nth. Fitntr and Palter.
I) D. WALKER & C '
s.i.odure and Conimibsion Merchants, *mond Ware
;he Yc.thc lime, One Pa.
1N , ..11 , •rt. ;I, ruat Salt. Mast et Stucco, Pith. Li ale sttaLime
-^. I • - 1. oyes. Copula" Ice, lite wr, unAl niaßs
•• • t.:•• • ;...r .I.ttirs either by Steamboats. PrPPelle-ro•,, Rail ROad. •
Repairer. Dealer in Watcher. Clocks, Jewelry.
• ea I'rarumertr, hooking Glasses and other Fancy Goods.
on,door wrst of the Reed House. 17
~,•.t In Dr) quodt. Groceries, Elardwate,lrxlerY. &e. No
k Petry, State meet. 1-41 e. Pa.
• -
ii.-,AN an.l' SURGEON—Office at. his •residenele• ort. Eighth
, --4.-1. ..,..: % evn Fretizli atil Holland. Cries Pa- -
'+•n saver, 'Bank Notes, Preis, Certificate, of De
. 1. dr.t. z!iglat Exchange on the principal cilia nominally
• 11, 4 Othce in lleatty:s Illock,-Kublic Square. Erie.
14ess AND Parsictss—Offic-e,,eorner of French and Fifth
""•C"r Mows Koch's store. Residents on Fourth meet.
..-t no. . apt or the old Apothecary Hall.
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, tl.ll in Fiswitfli,Gonnain and Amenean Hardwalreand Cctlery;
+ fc, Nd'ig. Auvo Is, Vices. iron and Steel No. 3 Reed House,
1. , e. Pa.
svrt.,JobLers. and Retail Dealers in Dry Gonda, Groteries.
Glanware, Carpeting. Hardware, Iron. Steel. Nails.
%its, ke. Empire Sages dote Street. dna doors. below
Croon'. Hot.l. Erie. Pa. '
-* , ---.1n% ils , t : Bellows. &TIC Arms. Springs. and a geseral
jl Drunt•ht and Carriage Trimmings.
INEY LAW and Justice Of the Peace. and AiOat *
hn stone Mutual Life Inauranee Company—Oithee 3 dean
rtuur Wr tens in.:ire. Erie, Tit.
" - Amy •t L•w,.Glrard. Erie County, Ys. Collections and
'wt business attended Co with promptness and dist/nth.
k Commission klerelhaut, on thk• Public Dock. east o(
+:e I?; reel-
Flamer and Whiter
Liet•li: &ND METALL Mumma in Foreign and Domestic Dry
rrady mom °Wining, Boots and Oboes, dm.. No. 1
A r,ght r block, SUM street. Erie.
r Lit w —Office up stairs in Tammany Hall building
rfh of Protlionntary's Mike. Erie•
r '''"ti •'‘ CO V•IIE LEAP. AT LAw.-0111ee over C. R. Wright's
mance out door west of State street, on, tire Diartood.
•r•43t., in Dry Goods, B
Dry Groceries.CrOckerY. Hardware. lie*
I. Bli;%n's New HOWL
SMITH :at - gds.
t.trt In Dr) Goods, Grixerimnardw t.
arerQuerni Were.
121, Cbeapsidet Erie. ra•
"/T M.ct x upilohner, and Undertaker, corner of State awl
s "___Pnth ann.t.s. trie.
'Pm.b.L E and [kcal. C.L.dern in Drop, bliedtelnir 'PaWs. eibi.
._ - "`mm Glans, 64. c., No. 6, Reed Heade, Erie.
"t MerchantTador,on the public dare. a fe w delwe
.2hlot iqau wet% Erie,'
ir : L44 ALI AP n RI; ['AIL dealers in Drugs. Mediehoes. Dye Dula.
ro..s. kr.. No. 5. Reed House. Erie. j
um south side of the Diamond. eve doors east of
Frier Rank. Priers reasonable, and all work
war ranted
Erie Jose HI 1831.
Resident Dentin-, °Elea and dwelling op tbe
St,uth side of the Public Square. tat door gnat
%II 4 .. of the Erie Rant Building. Teeth inserted=
t "" Gold hate. front one td an entire sett. Carl
piled ru,th pure Goid. and restored to health and use-
"" Teeth eleaned snth inatrunnenta nod Dentike so al to
of petite td elearnesa. Ali work "rammed*
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sh, constantly for sale
4/ 8 0t 1 1
Ai it not the saowitsg. Harm ;
That 1 Year against As pass
Lay the todedisisthers closer. , I
TAU thweabia glow artist t
Aad while tho frogs* kill•topa -
Grow smooth. ad high aid t ki
I'll tell foe of a .
'Tara' tbsi middle of the night.
For I had heard the crowing
Of the cock open the hose,.
(1 dernot hear tote miaowing
At the window. plainer lea-)
Ere I fell hate .a idateber
That was rely slim aad (leap:
80. Harry. darling Harry,
You may know I:was asleep.
I thought that I was gleanilig
In th,e noontide summer heat.—
',could hear the pleasant rushing
or the sickjes in the wheat ;
And 'l said, is inch a sunshine.
—The tiny itself will 'make:
Let us rest us with the.redbirin
That are whistlin: in the brake
° For the winds were creeping saakel
O'er the Meadow, hot and steep,
And f saw that-you; were weary—.:
Harry this wits all in sleep.
Jose was dallying with bur levier 1 1
Of the barnieg "listless eys:"
Anti the rednesa of the roses •
i° ' Was the deeply blushed reply.
And the birds were gathered moldy
'To their boughs of love and lire— 1
We were sat thiskiag.
Of the harvest work to do.
•I I •
And. I said. for 1 was dreatnimt.
And I knew sot it was wrong— ' ;
"0, our voice is sweetest mule.
Sing me Any simple sees,
• .130 that love be in the poise ;*
And while singing for my sake. ;
Twice or thrice I kissed thy forehits•
But I never Will, awake. I
Then your voice grew. low and trent
Though you sought to make it rah
And you said you must be reiping- 1
Ton had rested long enough
But yoo kept your arm about sue
Till the even-shadow deep.
And I wish—shall I sonless it•i-
That it had not been in sleep.
From the British Jourthal.
The *mantic visit, desciibedi in tke following
sketch, was paid to Louis Napeltion iftiB4k:bY a n
American, who pahlished a lengtli3r account of it in
1849,* after the prince was elected President.of the
French Republic. This volume we have conyves-
Red into an article, preserving the urigioiti form, and
using such liberties with the at4thor'i 1:;n
-guage as were necessary to giro ccstitiOuity to an
abriged narrartve., The author seems to have been
more of an imperialist thane republicanfl or, rather,
from - his : personal sympathy perhaps! with "the
prince,". his opinions appear coincideuuwith Dula
partism, which profess to unite both extitemer, in an
imperial republiclaism. .
Inpassing from Philadelphia to New-York, in the
summer of 1845, jost previous to me departure for
Europe, I stopped at the princely, residence of the
late Joseph Bonaparte, ex-king of Spaht, ; to make
Ines Odieux to the young Prince de Musignano. • On ,
leaving, the.prince remarked, "You are . going to
France; why not make, an effort to see my :unfortu-
nate cousin, Prince Louisr' During 'my stay in
Loudon I meritioued this to several of the 'prince's
friends, who thinight the idea rather qidxotic, as the
goverument eutTered no relations deny sort to be.
kept up with the lone captive of Ham. Count
tfOrsay alone was sanguine. I mentioned the dif
ficulty of my heiug an American. "You have hit
it exactly," returned this ready tactician; "just be-
CIU/111 you are an'American, the government will be
punted on what grour.d to refuse your - request: I
will :ell you• what to do; employ _no' influence, at
tempt no intrigue, and give. no Mettle; to your am
bassador, but simply write a letter to • the Minister
of the interior, saying that you are a resident of the
United States. an old acquaintance of. Prince Louis,
and, from friendly motives, desire to pay him your re
spects during a brief %isit to France." This adi ice
struck me as excellent, and I promised the count to
carry it literally iuto effect. Perhaps it was a fort
night after my arrival in Paris, during which I had
abandoned and resumed my project half a dozen
times, that I suddenly, one day, sat dcnvu and wrote
to the Minister of the Interior, in the way suggest
ed. A week elspsed, and no reply. • Returning to
my hotelone day, I found that en officer of police
had been there making inquiriesiboiit me; and next
day I received aau menoturte repair to the pre, thaw.
On the announcement of my name. sty -business
seemed perfectly known, and I was conducted to the
cabinet of one of the numberless • Under-secretaies
where I was received with great courtesy. "The
government," he said, "bad received my request—
they were under the impinges& necessity! of refus
ing numerous applications to visit* the prince,
but in the present instance, no Inch obltions ex
isted." •
"1 am exceedingly happy .to
. bear it," . • l replied,
with u cordial salutation,"and when may tnaticipate
tlic favor of being allowed to set of r •
was.just going to add," replied the ortiniab
"tbst.the Minister would base taken great pies
In ac.ceeding to your wish; but he has beim info/w
-ed that Prince Louis has
.declined receiving ypgr
visitr ,
"Indeed!" I drawled out with an oasphasis that
conveyed ray undisguised astonishinsci.
s•Yes,l assure you," continued the fuactioriary
in his blandest manner, "the government would hays
deemed it guts unnecessary to interfere 14 this mut
ter, if his highness had matifaslod tba:amalleat lon
fern about it."
"Then I may rely upon timer' , I asked rather
• Napoleon Louis Nonevent. Tint reeslasst of !num lip
fia and PeAposal likelelisa,laellidias • Violet* the Mace
sgleill-Cl luoPlnall ot Mame itzliolui Moot Now-Nork. Paws;
Loodon.O• /PM
"Oh ; andotibtedlyl
poit i reassurance an
"I Flo so moat chee
my entire confidence
nets to read this;' •
my_ pocket. • The sec
lice read it rapidly or
iced the post mark, a
Woo, "vrhy, this Is
yesterday; expressing
earliest convenience!'
!'Exactly so, Afoul
betel to come here: a
declaration, no dilitcu
1 need, not assure you his excellency, t
permission to go as
"There must tertai
returned the secretary
No later than then.
with considerable fra•
touching his hat a la
hilt a:formidable-size
He tobk a look at my
without-venturing to
man pronounces nethi
Yes, aura enough, her
ter of the Interior, sig
of France, directing t
of Ham to allow the'
with Prince Louis
Babittste," tasting to
doge at the door to mi
for I mean to reach
b nightfall.'"
'l"Tres' beim, Maasic
I.flahtlatiawis one of
Hardly bad I finished
:of whips announced, t
Snatching up °Wig
mounted. the bapekiai
and sway-sre went.
.roqd'i-to myself, but h
tide!' That was a pul
tin Lyndon, April, 1 8 4!
that I met him for Os
struck by his military ,
ligent five—pale, ands
choly. He was livino
occupying one of the
Carlton Terrace, over
Je MP, His petition
evi by a specles.uf con
the.higheSt rank of
est by the', public in g
mantic history and im
fortunate i man. Dori
he published a very
Ideas of Zispineon,"
at the time, and was t
of Europe.
k was Only a few m
I are speaking, that 1 t
such &stool
Dnuloint., and its sig
Aal far ac I v.oli anal
taivng this'yit4t, besi•
it was to discarer, if
those enterprises of
really seemed so reek
unifiable. There ar
and rumors of the 'cl
generally, of the inc
felt a very ardent an
possible, en these ix'
I was cordially we'
lord of the Only hosto
stirs!) town. "Ah !
privilege or seeing th
ini surprisel" Why
travelers (I inquired
inter I came here for
Dieu, nn; but every
log, that Monsieur w
"Pray, allow me to/
information?' I r;;i
"-The p)lice toss te
deed ! (I responded,
in the. minister to to
He evidently attache
netts than I do myse .
myiplainnmes of *pee
wail not Francais."
jog! out of the wind.
Haan was.. I was a.
a saunter through t
tictiler remark, save
so Many hundred ye
so tittle progress.
sent Baptists off wi
of Ole citadel, wit
what hour I should
Meanwhile, the 'and
intelligence that the
at the rloor waiting tI
Here Baptiste she!
I have seen him,"
" Well; what did
"Oh ! I didn't s".
eyes dashing.) bat
leg with his bands
. What, the Oft
"No, the Prince,"
Baptiste forgot to
was, that the comfit
me at one P . clock.
nose, eye -brows, et
toy way to the oiled
fore I espied Baptist
•' What are you
back." , "Oh! (he
but fur a minute onl
"Hew absurdly )
lege hive I in the n
AU my remocistra cats were drowoed ion side of
prayers arid aepplic tions, an I gave up the point,
and told him he mi t take his ensue. I had still
a few minutes to spare, during winch I surveyed
the fortress, which toyer' aeveral acres of ground,
and is of vast estenft. It is a magnificent relic of
the feudal age, and was still curious l y gazing at
it with reflections toin its eventful history, when the
clock of the citadel struck on*. The drawbridge
was flown, and tba
expected: 'tag!,
The commandent
L;'o N
1. I you will accept my
fully, and with a view to prove
n }our word, have the good-, 1
diviic him a letter i drew from 1
tory of the prefecture of po- 1
r, then turned it ro,pnd, exam •
d exclaimed in rime eotifu
( leoer from the prince, dated I
Ihis'desire to sce iOu et youx 1
:I received it as I left my
I d ajr there is now, by your
ty in the way of toy departure,
1 i bat tribal! be greatly indebt.
•• Alligator of the Interior, for
1 :l a y m i stak e iib'
very much puzzled.
'at Mort:lug, a !linear galtoped
s 'into the court-yard, and
iWaire to the porter, handed
missive fur Monsieur .—.
aMe, but galloped off again
pronounce it; fur a French
g I%inch he can't freechify
was o letter from the Minu
s • d and sealed with the arms
e clommandant of the citadel'
arer, named, to eommenleate
a Wean' Bonaparte. 'Now,
r servant, "hire the car
, rrOw morning, at nine - 4.411.
lit (a diatm.ce of 30 lbagoee)
ha must ponctival of valets.
in.v breakfast wken the crack
lie:arrival of the: . postitkin.—
an), I Babtiste
gave,the word in aranti ,
'Giling to
,• see Prince
. I,nuis,
ha L arc - pu goidi see - fitin
ler. It .was five years ago,
on my way to America,
Gist time. I was forcibly
aspect, affable manners, init.!.
sightly tinged 'with melt's
then in %cry luxurious style;
nest mansion in !Arafat, nn
king that lovely park of St.
ns etivinble indeed; surround
, !'sled, and &night Ole? 14
I .
>• gland; regarded with iiiter:.
rieral--1 vest name, it 'to
.r;al pretenvions—he was a
:g his residence in Ltlon,
inking ki:tek :entitled, "The
hint' made a great kensation
1 anslated into eteiy language
calla after the periotl of which
' o rned the event r /Itch caused
hatent—'tie ra4ll attempt at
al a,:(1 tuurtif)
1'1:3 IXIY own motnei in wider..
es the honor conferred on tnA.
(possible, the recret origin of
raAorg and 13.mlogne, which
• es, and, firet sight, so nn
en many conflicting accounts
reefer, sentiments, and, very
acity of Prince Look, that•l
cty to Fntisfy myte:f, as far
arced to Ham, by the land- I
xi in this very old, but very!
lionsieur, how I envy you the
Prince Louis!" I loOkel tip
is it so-common a thing fur
to visit the ci:itile . l that you
hat purpose T' " Oh ! nton
oily in llam knew, this morn
as coming to ec the Prince.''
sk, hc•w ever l yboily' got this
con-iderabiy perplexed. r -1
•grap'ied last night." "In
it is really very rood-natured
se much pains about me.
'more• my .busi
My host was surprised at
and opened that "Monsieur
"No, thank Heaven r' look:
to see What sort nig place
betime next morning, and took'
town, which invited no par-
Ehat a •place which hid been nit
rs growing, should have made
Immediately after breakfast, I
b my card to the commandant
'my compliments, to know a:
resent myself fur admiasion.—
ord came in with the startling
e were a canple of gendarmes
escort me to the police-otHoe.
into the room "Je f coign
was his only- exclamation.--•
ak to him; (he replied, with his
raw him on the ramparts, walk
led trite, jest like the Empe
L 1111allat e.
liver his message first, which
adant would be happy to see
After a due inspection of my
~ at the police-office, I made
I, and had nearly got there be
close in my rear.
bout, Baptiste 1 yuu must go
claimed) let me see the Prince
n talk, Itnptistel-rvvvivet privi-
tatillis'ap, as if a 'visitor was
stook to ins like 04 shallow.,
irod toe with groat courtesy.
A R 3) .-4.1
:G, JANUARY 22,1853,
I 'l towsorry to team you (he said) that 'I hete or
derv() Mhhit you but onc e , and - that your interview
wiyn'the Prince must be lid: Cited to four hours. But
who is thle with yoor caning hie eyes on Doptiste,
nhosio:verei under his Mara gaz e.
"It is a favorite servant , who begs ;war permit
swn to
"impossible.; he tweet retire instantly."
found . Prince tonis seated at a table (severed
with b inks and - papers, in a small room r dirnly right
ed by two apertures from el:ire, secured by stout
iron hare. _He was sadly altered einoe - I saw-him
last. His appears tree hetoketaed.deop dejection, and
a epitit bruised-and pinking under constant reverses
Tim room was very staait.o.the:walts hare, and the
floor without covering. Thisbe or tout wrioden
chaiti, a single tab*.e;tift which, among Otherobjects,
stood t stnlent's lamp;Co'nstituted its Peincitist for
niture. In a recess, on caber side of the Chimney,'
were shelves runuing to the ceiling, filled with
books, and here alisi there 'retold the-apartment were
soopeuded revere - I
engravings. On the low, wood
en mantel-piece, stood a common clock, and a small
looking-glass Chou" it. The *Niko had very much
the sppeerauce of a conanxin kitchen in some unpre
tending.private house.. After some preliminary con
versation relating to 'friends end eveete, the talk
turned to the enterprise which had consigned him
to Hint. His own seenunt or that, and preceding
eve/Milo his career, !'shall note relate, as far al 1
can rethernber it. .
SIT( were'uselees (began thelsrinee) to dwell up
ori elf that -preceded, apJ led roe to. engage in the
enterprise Strasburg. By means of trusty agents I
the regiments' along the eastern frontier wens all
sounded, both officers limit - nen. The only ‘ questions
asked were, 'Are yep Content withrtbe government?*
' Will you follow a iinuaparte.,,T—'l'es I' .
Everyday's information Iro m various quarters of!
Frenee,:convinced me that it only needed the pees
lige of one vic'tory to put an end to the natural hes- ,
itancy hundreds of ilifieential personages. At !
sikossinsis..., doe 004:asol Osmrlarr. itte w talMalr teas
to take place ; and at five-o'clock in the morning of
that. day, the signal was given in the Austerlitsbar
racks. I At the sound of the trumpets, the soldiers.
hustled i down into the court-yard. They were
dream tip in double lipe around it, and "Col. Van
drey took his post in the centre. 'A, short patween
sued waiting' my arrival, and-a dead allelic* was pre-,
*erred. ! On any appearance, I was immediately pre
sented tn the troops in a few'eloquent words from "
their colonel. •
Igoldeirs, (he said) a great revolution begins at .
this moment. The nephew a the emperor is before
yoir. He comes to port hiniself at your heal. lie
is arrived on the French soil t.•; restore to France
her'glory and her liberty. lt,it now to conquer or
to die fora great cruse--the cause of the people.—
Soldiers of the fourth regiment of aril levy, may the
emperor's nephew cnnot on your
. terkiei Mout which followed this briefsppeal near
'ly stulmed me: : Men end otrice - rs" alike abandoned
themselves to the wildest enthusiasm. Firto.ishing
their prole with furious energy they filled the -air
e 'oh cries of Vies f &noes-wet! If m .eivinos had
..ever crossed me of the fidelity of the French heart
to :he Inemory of Napoleon', they vanished forever
bofore theinidenness'and fierceneis of that demon•
mration. The chord was scarcely touched, and the
vibration was terrific. I was deeply moved. and
neatly lost my self.passesMon. In a few momentil
1. waved my hand, signifying my desire to speak...-.
Breathless silence ensued. "
s• -Soldiers, (said fo It was in pont regiment the
['Emperor Napoleon first' sir service: with you he
distio;uished himself at Toulon; it was your braye
" c rreiment that (Teem] the gates of Grenoble to him,
on his return loon Elba. Soldiers, new destines are,
reserved to yis. Tier-, (I continued, taking the
standard of an' eagle from an officer near roe,) here
is the symbol of French glory: It must become
henceforth the symbol-of •
' "The effect of these simple wen's was irijescrib
able. I gave the word to fall into column; the mil-,
sic struck up; and putting myself at their head, the
regiment followed me to a mile.. .Meanwhile my
adherents had heel) otitis') elsewhere, sad nuiforaily'
successful.: Colonel Taillandie, on being told that
the emperor's nephew was there with the 4th regi
ment, would not believe it. An officer of his tariff
cried out, 'lt is not the emperor's nepheir; It is the
nepheW of Colonel Vendrey; !know him!' Absurd
as was this announcement, it flew from mouth to
mouth. The spoce tve occuphid was so confined
that the regiments became confounded together, and
the tumult .uMs l frightful. Au unfortunate move
ment ,epaisted' me from my officer'', and threw me -
among the soldiers, who still remained doubtful of ,
my identity, some of ahem took me pri-oner."
'Nothing strikes me with more wonder (I nb.
fervid) than the extreme facility which attended.
every step of the enterprise. It was a strange fa•
tality, that singular delusion 'as to .your identity,
which arose at the very moment that victory perch
ed upon ypnr standard ! , If it were a ruse of some
enemy, he deserves credit, at least, fur his inge
nuily : t
"No. (replied the •prince,) I do not think it was
an invention to arrest•the revolt, but it sprang ia.-
turally from the doubts of various parties. who, from
negligence or prudence, bad Dot been intrusted with
thei_seoret. It was indeed, err unlooked-for result,
and tontine played me a sorry freak."
The punishment inflicted open the •prince was a
kind of Siberian exile to Amelcs. After a contd. '
derable talk on American affsire, my eye accident-
ly caught sight of the clock, which showed nve.that
ball of the four pitiful hours allbweitme.had already
elapsed. .I was exceedingly anxious to reach the of
fair of Boulogne, and iu prder to bring back the
prince to the narration from which he bad so pleat- -
smithy wandered, I asked hint what was his motive
in quitting America so early.
"The harrowing iatelligtinesi (he answered) a ,
my mother's extreme. iiloesj, *hose entreaty war,
if I valued her dying blessintg, to return instantly.
I fled back to Switserlattd, Xind had the melancholy
satisfection:to watch by het bedside, till, -in a kir
short 'weeks; she breathed ter last is my arms.-
Then come the announeement that the King of the
French bait appealed to the allied pOwers to unite
with him in 04:evening me to givo up my residence
in Switzerland, and, in case of refusal, to employ
force, if necessary, to erect- that purpose. Once
mores fugitive, I directed my course to London;
but when that. stirring announeenseat rang Is tire
ears of Frenchmen, that the venerated remains of
Napoleon were on the se*, wafted tit every breee { ,
still nearer to his once idolized France. there was"
an ropni•aving of the popular heirt which trotild be
'as IntrltiO3 fur we to derma* as fora torsi; trio
undo - sicrid. The emotions which had so long lain,
dormant, tint all imppored they had entail to exist,
suddenly's svoke with an energy and warmth that at :
tested the eternal fidelity of the French heart to the
meteor*, of the emperor. It was an oven highly
favorable to the views of my
.pertisan - f, and. I was
assailed daily by a torrent or entreaty and invoca
tion that T was hardly in a condition of-mind-to re
sist. 'ls it fitting (it was asked, in the pesAirinnte
language of the old' followers of the emperor ) ) is it
'AWNg that the corpse of Napoleon should be insult- .
ed by the presence of that family which
united with'Europe ie chaining him alive to the
rock of Slt. Helena; whizh vindictively condemned
to death his greatest marshillt; and still pursue ilia
nearest ratati'vei into igooinioious exile!' I was I
conjured, to precut inysel( at the !mad of the funeral
processi:an on its way to the capital, when all Fiance
-would rise to recognise m jolt claims to 'the place
of chief moonier. 'The sicced ashes of nur French.
Cesar. (they cried) are crossing ;he sea, and will
not yooug Octaviusimel to _canvey them back to .
Ruiner " ' • -
"It was certainly a fearful risk (I ientarited) that
the Orleans dynasty incurred in yielding tothe
general wish fur t'te restoration of the emperor's re
mains. Bat, if I recollect, it was before the arrival
of the emperor's body thai the landing at Boulogne
took place." •
',Nest s sonic months before, (replied tit* pri9ce,)
fur niv re.:=nitatine cou:d not be - shaken on the poifit
s t i oelteme;itly nrged, ofjoinitig the funeral cortege
o n jig. f . ,11".e hi No—was my constant. reply
r tip> ad' cling solemnity.of such a
spectacle by , lie rude intrusiorfor my private griefs.
1 will not dhttnib ih. awful silence which will brood
over Feenee.oo that sad sod memorable day by
vulgar lomat), or perhaps a store tragic catastrophe.
the mast convincing statements were laid before
me of the almost infallible anccess which awaited
me; and, really, there could be no question of the
favorable disposition of the people. At length'l
consented, and preparations were rapidly made for
the attempt, which it was settled should take place
in August, 1840. It so happened that every regi
ment upop whose deaotiim I could most entirely re
ly was scattered along the road from Dunkerque to
The prince h're entered into a ome re!atioas r‘tft tie
voluntary . offers of acrvice which had been made
him by persoosges of the highest rank au& iniliseace,
and of the various forcei put at his disposal.
It was made clear enough,that if lie mid only sne
reed in effecting art entrance into Feance, 'he tnigrht
on reaching the firet garrison town an the road from
Buulogne to Paris, count on the most eirsetuallinp
port. Brat the issue Was adverse, and in its details
reasrltably similarta the affair of Strasburg. ll Af r.
ter reciting the circlmstances of 01e case, the prince
propsed to, take a turn on the ramparts. The view
of 'the sarroundiog country from the tap was com
manding: but all wa.4.11.14 to , noton,kus andcheerless.
"k may be, Monseigoeur, ( obseved,) that, freak
as I am from the world, sod frrim the gay seductions
of the Capital, I feel more acutely the leaden mona.
tatty which seems to envelope like a Mantle erery:obt
jeet about me. To you the weariness of such a se'-
clusi,sn may hare worn offin the five wretched years
you haver passed in this horrible place.
"I did not feet it so much at first. The excite
ment and the novelty diverted and sustained me for
a tong white; then I took refuge in pr books, and
planned a history of artillery, and other works, which
agait - en:aged my mind; but study and E olituCe
Take sail inroads onbody and mind."
'it just occurs to me, (I remarked) that you must
finl great entertainment in chatting nith the ' E. u:-
!.Yes, it would be an agreeable pastime to con
-verse with thrife intePigent men, but tbse goverz
ment hay thOtt;eit pr.vr to fal)iti tna so' t c„) a p.ivi-
I. '
Turnining to resume our walk, Own should I
espy, to my surprlie, on the opposite lank of the
moat 'running round the citadel, bat the iridoniitable
Babtiste, who, in spite of corps de . garsres, and othet
visks, hid contrived to work his way round to an ex
cellent position far a fulla*i uninterrupted view af
'the immediate object of his idolatry. I pointed him
out, totally unconscious of m y entertaining an im
perial ear with a subject so -in i,golficant .as his
valetship, whom of a sudden..from - a kindly impulse,
the prince hunched his military ca and saluted
him. Baptiste torned mind with respe Vol gravity
in scarab of the invisible personage like{ to be the
object of such an honer. I made a gown to the
'erect that he was its recipient. The 'egye
electrical. Baptiste gave al.start that I thin
would carry him into the ditch. OiTwent his Int,
and -rice C.Fou l ierear" was trembling on his lips;
when the sight of the sentinel . arreated in time bis
explosive enthusiasm: for the orders of the govern
ment were peremptory, to arrest, and shoot, if ne
Cessary, all persons loitering about the fortress, and
uttering seditious cries. Baptiste had the keenest
view of the consequences of proceeding a tithe fur-,
ther in his demonstrations, anti there he stuck fast
in the middle of his loyalty. 'ln the teeth of Calam
ity, Baptiste was a hiring proof' that, in spite of his
fiery impulses, a l'r,ucitmart can be prudent in cat -
Ica' etreurtrl:l,.o.e....
up, Monseigneur, (1 l i said to the
pridce, with iqss c ! Lirooe.s than I write it,) and the
carom:trident doubtiess expects puectudliy."
44Wti live lutler toilitary law here," he answered,
smiling. - We descended the terrace with A' lively
step, and *4llEo4l4~de the building•which.seem
ed as his prison, in silence. There was nothing
more now thin to bid hint adieu, but yet . ! lingered,
reluctant to withdraw. Extendinp..ltis hand, he
cordially grasped mine, assuring me what pleasure'
Ice had received from my visit. I replied only by
bowing; for really my emotion for the moment so
mastered me, that language utterly failed me. I re
tired: and as I reached the head of the staircase, I
turned round instinctively for . "' last Tomtit at the
spot I had just quitted, when I found the prince had
followed to - the door, and leas looking after me.—
Nothing could have conveyed to my mind a keener,
sense of the desolation into wbioh be was about re
htpting,than this simple sot. Ws face and attitude
'both bespoke the dreariness and
. melancholy which
entronnded him. I raised my hat with in incline-
\ e
111_60 A TZAR, in Ad'vain.l4.4,
Lion of prof , lend rniect, and , desCiling, sair bias
Co more.
I neat day set out on my !Aura to the capital.—
I had not advanced far b?fere I perceived, minning
.himself on a stone bench b the aide of the cause
way, one of those battered islics of the "grand ar•
my," that never fail to excite 'my liveliest interest.
The history of these men isia glorious? romande,
with darhg exploit and rairiculous escapee.' In
the eyes of the French penman , their renown en
circles them like a halo.l They are dispersed all
over France, and their influence is undisputed.• I
got out of the carriage toi have a few words. with
him. He was a fine-looking Old fellow, and wore
the cress of honor on the breast-of his faded coat--
no doubt a gift from the hand of the emperor.
y "Eh bien,man militaire; h ow goes the worldmlth
I •
" Merei, Monsieur! onlyiso; these are doll times,
a nd.we old so:diers are out rf place. Ah, ostuaiis' is!
what lives we used to, leadl"-ward he drew himself
up at the recollection.
"Yes. those were glorisms. days, saes views—{l
said, humouring him)—oebat, great battles sad
splendid vieturie.!"
"Ah, Mousieur, (returned the old guard, ivipiqg
his eyes,) we shall never *se those days nails.
How great was France tbeh, and bow low were her
' "The waif ore over ncw:.—the emperfir ii gone--
4tit see bow much better ()Oars those wanton' yon
der, tilling their beantifullaads;iban bleaching hat-;
ile , flelda with their bones," I touched the Wrong
Chord here,. for the wooden leg of the soitial d'...ins t _
gerlit: began to show signs , of impatience. II
took out, andlplied his nose vigorous
ly. I wok a pinch, which seemed to soothe him.
. " Old, Mon voyageur, iremperner lira. s - 4, -,
( s aid lii. old (lluwer, raiaig his cap reverentially,)
the emperor is gone, but a we any better of for .
that! We work harder, we pay more taxes, and
everybody may pull France, by the beard pow-a.
dais. If the emperor fatigued - us iu war, he 4da'S
forget us in_ peace; for who built otrr pest-
and our sc%ool-houses? wblo drained our meadows,
and who ordered that stone -bridge there? .If f , its
pair, they give us a plenty, of peace, but it cosaiii
very_dear."- 1
' 1
"You don't seem to be in lore with Louis Phif
linpe," I remarked in aca less way. The imper;
ialist eyed me almost 4ontemptuously,—said` moth•
ing, but kept up'an incessant Are on his anoffbox.
Not wishing to part coldly with him, I said,""Gueirs,
if you can, my victor of iiVagram, to whom I was
talking of the emperor y sterd - ay." He gazed at
me in the ustrost perplexi y. "Well, if it shall*.
o secret bet weed us, (1 ob rosd, putting on an air
of strong confidence.) it was the Prince - Louis r
spu!ce t') yestetlay ." _
"Aluasieur raw itt,3 Prin e Laois yesterday!" -
"Yet, I slw him .yesteiptay, snd I hope we shall
both sea him oil is one of Ilium° days, but not in that
direct:NO—painting to II in..
'..l.lOn3icur (sun: morel )ut of the fanetie s t caw
stifled by) Its: a iiitioe)—}ifmaieur!—" but 'begot
ro further. -
I sh•)nk him - cordi:tly by the hand: "Adiell, won‘
"Mieu,' an 4 a Vine l'Empoieurr bt
`• Vire Tilayercerr I respanded.
a Vire .I . :Empercur cries Baptiste, who was
loo!titt , on from his post at the carriag door.
T Easpereur r ecresmed the postilions,
cracking their whip, whiist - the horses - neighed and
carrvil as if they wialtea to share also in the stin
thuslasm of the m meat! •
. fin DiriNtAruissi. -Su said a little boy as be
sto,al by the the of a mouse-trap which bad an un
willing tenant ;n it, "What a fool he was to to in
there," said "ewe one. The little boy wishing to,
protect the character of the trembling prisoner, and
add.od, "Weil' I suppose bb did'ut think.
Nd, "he dant think, - end far the very good rea
roa that ha was not madeto think. But what shall.
we`say of that boy who is standing. in the circus
door, waiting for it to be opened) orof that boy with
his strazgling hair, a pert twist to his cap, and a
cigar in his mouth, or the ode who stands at ;hiker
tier of the streets on the Sabbath, or frequents the
company of hither tankers and singers—what shalt
we say ef`such as these?
And whatohall We say of him who tampers with
the wine cup? Does he hot think? With hundreds
of human beings around him, whom it has brought
to degridation and misery wins were once ornaments
to a. eiety and to their country, he cannot help to sari
the consequence; but he will not think.
They will be caught in an evil net. They wilt
fall into a hidden, trap,, andean they say, "Witt
didn't think!" Yes, perhaps they can. But if they
would `tell the whole truth, they will add, because
we woutdrit Mink. They_hare tyest, t but they, see
not, ears have they but they hear not. • Give manna
' be caught in such a war
lever plead as an ercnse
ne are becoming so fro
ths would might forgot
in• handling other intylo-'
ri!d fashioned gunpow•
ohm- accident which re-
Springs, will tend to
put the public on their gitard. - Oue of the visitors
at the hotel there, who was n thfkabit of faithfully,
drinking the waters of the s int, partook at night
of some saltpetred be. f, which. ad been provided foe
the evening sapper, and as -usual, washed it dew.
with some of the water deep:y itipregnated with
sulphur. On rotiritig to rest he. brushed his teeth
with charcoal powder, and on turning round to blow
out the candle his head bust assunder with a terrific
.explosion. A coroners jury was summoned, which
reported a verdict in accordance with the ',bore
facts ; and added that no blame was attachetktodhli
(r7A clergyman is in jail in Secieca county, : :
Y.. on a charge of having seduced the daughte r .
the sexton . of his church, and then refusing to sup-
port the illegitimate child, although possessed of
considerable wealth. He declares his innocence,
but the courts decide against him twice. The girl,
died broken-hearted en the 10th inst., declaring to.
the last that the minister 'lad ruined iser. Her
name was Margaret Lott. and she was on/v, a . . -
years old. The name of tit 4 reverend gentleman is
not given..
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