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SIVA* NOT AT -ALL.
-4 in ; *hat.
Swearer, Sok ipso Heated above
"Whete.derells rood of Mindless love, •
Eateadinirblessiep every where,
Then think how wicked 'us to swear; •
And not twined a Bavior'avall.
Moe' not vain word!, swear not stall.
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Ourrathitrurikis hls . vronfi so Otani
Take not ibe name .of boa sin vain,
.A 'though- his boon Mess law you . Share
Won't bold you guiltless, when you swear;
"And far below the brute you ! fail
you won't heed, , swear not at Oct;
Can you make the truth more , ptaia
By adding words that are profane,
Or using languageeo absurd
To speak in jest God's holy word,
Blaspheme that Name. who i ,made us all
And never heed, swear not at all!
• God made the tongue to speak words plain,
And not to wirear in foolish strain.
All tioths by simple words tee told, •
• And truth can always speak out bold ;
Needs not an oath e'er great orsmall
- Then speak the truth, swear not ai
Swearers, then cease yait! raging spits.
One'hair you, can't make black or white,
Then speak your words as Christ doth say
Tervery truth you should say yea ;
every be, your nay showd fall;
Then add no more, swear not at all.
THE FALLEN MERCHANT.
Before the establishmnt of a Batik of Eng.landi
in the reign of corrtruetree-liwing William and
Mary, the goldsmiths for :the most part acted asthe
money.< harigens and bankers of the good city of
London. We find them about the purlieus of the
Royal Eichange; in Conthill, but chiefly in Lom
bard street. If rich associations with our eammer
cal history can tlignifv a locality, then is Lombard
street both dig - ified and venerable. It was here
prior to the * time of the goldsmiths, that the scorn
of British commerce may be said to have been
planted by foreigrters. halian merchants from
Venice; Genoa and 'Slovenes, known by the name
of Longabards. or Lornhatdst Fettled in this spot
early in the thirteenth centoryf "and from them,''
trays Stow, " the street derived its name. Though.
the great fire of 1666, which 'lced by Fenchurch
street, along Gracechureh street and reached the
Standard in Cornhifl, neteissiallty included this dis- -
trict withinrthe scene alit. ravages, we have every
reason to believe, from the position of the three'
chinches, St. Mary-Woolnuth, Allhallows, and St.
Edmund the King and Martyr, rebuilt on their an
cient sites, that the present street ckenpies the.pre
rise ground of the old one inhabited by the Lom
This being the case, new that the *torn rif i•nm;
metes above alluded to has gr wit into a n iv.bly
oak. the nhadow of which is east oier so Lire a
?onion of the globe, it ought to be so with ft-villas
of no common interest and respect, that we shonid
Turn oat of the whirl of Cheapside and the rookry,
and perambulate thii moat thoroughfare.
mbard street is. day essentially a street . of
hanks. They abound in no other district as they
do here. The earth groans with their
safes, and the ground is honeycombed it — rith their
money wells. The higle of sover t :•ns is heard the
hve.long day in this enchanted region ; and richer
it is than the fabled garden• of .the Hesperides,
though there the lusciOuislonking atiplesr, that you
might have longed so much to eat ; were found,
defying the teeth, to be of solid gold. This arsur•
edly is as it should be The spirits of the old Lom
bard merchants and goldsmith money ehatigers. if
they haunt the Spot, are no &tub:, well
tie good citizens, aue , after age, Nei up :hell batik
log establishments here.
The stranger, passing the tine architectural front
et St. Mary-Wciolnotb—;so.calle.!, wo learn from a
beam once stationed near the church for the weigh
ing of wood. , enters the locality we have been de-
Emitting. Nothing remarkable strikes him in the
aFpeet of houses; but the people in this street hur
ry to and fro with greater rapidity, perhaps,• titan in
any other pail 6r the city. They bearJmoney into
the banking depots, or carry it oat ; ee it would not
do to loiter. Nevertheless, we meet with certain
mitividotas here who pace timely op and down,
auk sometiines remain perfecd*,-Aationaty.—
They are generally speaking, old ,ivmsn, in tweed
bare black coats, with bitoof crape frequently dirt
played around their rusty bats, and they bare oth
erwise in their appearance something subdued and
mournful. it is a rare thing to see them accost
each other; but they silted apati, usually by a
laine•post, or saunter moodily, with:•tbeir hands
behind their backs. An imaginative 'observer
might think them a race ofttlitied'aten, who might
once have been partners in rtch banking establish
ments, and who• will stalk bete .w#ll -ao-Idehnite
obleet;but merely linger atictut tbe scene of their
homer prosperity ; or philosopbersmight eansider
them pensive misanthropes, standing aloof froni
their fellows, comeohner to shan'llow mach WAY
despise and pity this busy section oldie human
inady intent on entlid gain.
list if we watch' the atenitlaw minutes,vpioba
biLthese illusions will be dissipated. 'We", will
take for eitnaple, that inotiet, tif the limit-post
sty one of the principal bunk. lito is motionless.
;rased, and his hands are lolded-before• him; be
does not smile nor talkvand r .teraiiiippearenee; is
` cr apped in deepihonght. • Thirittlher ishafer
ionte's hoofs! a coanni . genlitrl l o4 l ! . .ealriVo9, :
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Is done 'ler wile lat;a4=tieo'peacel poisil.tlyoa pen
ley-iroar the dieettelisraihg. Me; VB%ratriib at
the Very ifaibeilielhantle,Ohit
.*-.I B POE da!! ii 4414
l iiii at alli
.iserepteemeepe .despisete•forttheiti Node Ws in
,tellyet in Bo ne truth, 03 . 1 • 041 nerli *to go-on
messages. for. the hankers; and hold hoeseli beads,
riSerialtiertio ether porters we- ire Imnputintihrwith.
The bolters hbOut : tlie inns Of.reolik are„yoMtger
ana: l 4veijo!_ttle:S4lPantluk fad*Peadeat
and swaggering air; and the portent mahingabout
the =Hazy stations WM *had whirita` are,
rough ancritithlyfi but &UM,' ireqUent: jhe
street of_} aneientitalianmerehantware a sedate,
quiet.wnd.harmlesa Tate: they look- lite persona
whotave bee& aiSqtlaihted• with heifer days and
though, *le, they hOottg of course to the low
er classes, yei instances have been .known of the
little white atprottobeir badge, being summed by
men who preitinady moved in a highly nispeuta.
ble sphere orlW,
The last obseivatimi will apply to the subject of
Some years ago, ale elderly man, neatly but poor
ly dressad, with a thin 'yet" healthy countenance,
might have been seen daily at his past in the Street
of banks: He was taciturn and grave l but his re
serve did not partake of ill-horror; on the contra
ry, his Mild grey eye indicated a kindly disposi
tion., and his teetotal wore an expression full of be
nevolence His hair, which formed a ring around
the lower part of his head, was perfectly white,
and the lines and wrinkles of age gave no harsh
ness to his venerable face. Jeffery 'wa s the only
name by which he was known; and his comrades
were entlrely ignorant of his history.. He had
been recommended, and obtained the post-he held,
many years previously; for even to be elected
ticket porter requires at times a little interest. Jef
fery's chief station was at the entrance of Pope's
Head Alley, just oppos-ite St. Mary IVoolnoth's
church; and here, waiting for at-hence customer,
he would sit on the corner of a form, his fore-fin-.
ger placed against nis cheek; or his hands resting
on his knees. His darned coat and patched shoes
betrayed poverty; but nothing ever tempted him
to enter the dram•shop, so he had generally a few
stray pence in his pocket.
When . a stranger made his appearance an the
street in searcreof some bank--a ;fact indieated by
his stating here and there, glancing atone dour and
then at another—or whin a borsemin,4l44 up,
Jeffery did not, like his companions, dart loaned,
press his services, and annoy, bat he performed
his business gaiety and gravely; and when anoth
er chanced to outstrip him, shuffling.tbe old man
aside, and claiming Worn the countryman in lop
boots the penny Jeflery never evinced antter, or
t‘, l l his temper: he ictired again to the old rickety
form in Pope's Head Alley. and bean to,stare hard
at St M.ey-WoolnoaCs church ; he dal this. not
surely in admiration ot the architectural beauties
of iha edificakai merely to keep down memory.
I.' a sad e.,emilo.Jetlery was memory: visions
"t tie pa,t, ar• he sat on his form, would too often
e "..e hen to -hake 1118 old whitechead,ulance with
somethine, like contempt on the little apron at his
wain, and aitimes, thobh that Vas eke, to draw
his sleeve across his eyes to brush away the drops
of moisture which the retrospect of happier days
er he red . there. ''' r •
Jeffery, nevertheless, - cherished a feeling of in
dependence; hence he would not -.subject himsell
to the regulations of an almshouse; and he would
not occupy a nook in another person's dwelling.—
He had a very small house, or rather it might have
been termed a hut, far, in the suburbs. This cabin
which wits barely leie feet high, with two doll's
'. it".e.lik, roo•vs, and. no other apartment above
s 0,. t; t• I , olders of Copenhagen
i• •••2'oo. .A h. e wen ace with real turf, anti
len iu wat-like memories. are these Ca irn/I:igen
itettla. The famous victory of Nelson , gave utr
honored name to the place; and here al fke in
'the morning, when thoughts of a Fiend invasion.
to be conducted by Bonapartist inferson, once agi
tated men's minds, the city militia . used 'to parade.
Their marehirtger; their chargings of inisgitiairlies,'
their crossings of tie •triVers ditches wiihout falling
sown, and their tiring of real muskets- witbOrd
blinking their eyes-anon , least that people could
observe--Ouch a sight et dist titrte vreirbigtily ani•
mating and 'littering; cheering,- we reitinti,!fin • in
proportion, as ;he,: minds, improved., in their. es
ennse going brilliantly through their werlikirevo.
lotions, so bends began to dismiss their feset•of
foreign enemy, and public confidisrre Co be re
stored'. , .
The banks dosed al See ceeloch, auCtlion .Jef
ferriretstmed to his 6:onto:I -theltroWirs door.of his
-bock cabin stood half open, for atroldircornsin *al
now employed' within. Between the . opening
might have been num a liewkoundhouct lAO hot
%assigning windy, his , nose pointed in , The air,
vmd.hko eater ereeti: wioold have beau osofiesio for'
him to haterthnjwit:Ms:nyiTi for Ward airs eb ot
his masterage I>a t aeaioed - up the ariadows of
his. sight; thetiorwasetoes hihadiend I* could
do was toitioillegs kortbe - Weg-knolliltillerp. - -AM to ,
Jeffery that siiiiilitirairinissifie,d4r4 thl!
no.npanion he hatibitmof his preiperoei days--
the faithful thing that, mrben.fornier: friimidsturned
eoldly away, he had notdeeettee : bhe in the hour
of darkners wet '-`
ilfferi and ;Aoli irarfi l Ws l *re tail , As,
lunoble,./ettleno about eoptinhages,hold& The
'care *Mouth lob thkonastertendett toliontobruiga,'
sad the Imre he' lavished •apere enel, tedr . ,th#,
Of tome; but toielentifoi h c iarai afronrik,
' h very morning he woald lead battle:dr for mild:.
brtrallitt . sl and teartindaYsint"
POTlo " 4tslo l :Aiikit •
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Anglafotepairweri bis Meek ateanntirfisittvat ,
itch} no liner see, while the old man
...r v4;,0 itdrVilirtA"
,ff• ap •
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Jacky Wapiti named-his dog, had siekened,..and
;Jeffery i bid Remanded 41 'bowie lot-three; stele
Va Y a ' hinak t i a d'ail / 2 4 1 4=q4=:a:diWilio
iann .61 4
tined himound demi biotin die Wont tortise“,:.
-but Jackpinekeillaraipdniand dintietraktesis and
..0441 li t erth° § ol .# 4 o 1100.11:*
of telretiis 4 11 calvidiloy;
towards his cabin tnidgod:est ;friend::: Thn
deg, from lorigisabit,twell khan , theitour net Which
bin master Whip Latin.
the step *Liao, and, wit -faint eep bounded ;for.
ward. lip fake *mud ibittg gar ..,idlbity Prang,
•nishitig biatineen fits fejkaiiirimitudldtclogiefi4.
ifig kna. Wanda and 'xitlifatAidaikAt.cajlimcat ex.
,abeyant %Wight and of websome was gone through,
he gave vent to the remahiing portion of Ws -let.
mat %Wing bylining up nod 'prolandod.
"Jack !" said Jeihrry, .n.poorJsek ! Wm:lbl be
a hard maner to find among the woild'a .proffiased
friends a friend so stannetr as thon.n'
An old wertia&wh hitorfintal,
P IT JAM
for a small weekly pittance, kept-Jeffery!s cabin in
order; and having nowprepated his evetningmerfl,
and itterttled to any &raiment's' heiniglicliztte to
give, sheleff , ltim alone with hi& fit% ,
Jeliery was a widower, his wife having died
even before misfortune had fallen-on hits: He hid
one son; and When the bankTplciiied "gip' over
took The firm of which be was at. megiber, triuteatty
at the father's request, left England. The young
man had written !from India several Woes ; beheld
a situation as a desk in a innreantife'honse at tal
cum, bun his salary was small ;and Jefferr, not
wishing to .barrow his songs feelings by &picture of
his own distress, kept the dire straits to which he
was driven a profound secret. No tidings of the
young min had now reached him to; several years;
so that it might be presumed be was either- dead,
had forgottem his lather, or his letters had been
carried. The last circumstance was 7probable, in
astnuch as Jeffery, hem feelings of pride, had for
a loug time dropped his seal name; for bow could
he retain it, a common- porter in that etly where
once he flourished a wealthy merchant?
It so happened, that the day on which we have
described Jeffery returning to his home, was -his
son"rs bitalulay ; it was therefdre natural that . he
should have been .more than usual sad. Oa this
other particular occasions, it was
his custom,.to bring to light from the bottom of an.
old trunk, certain objects which afforded him at
once pain and pleasure to gaze on. Jeffery now
shut his door; the purple sunray, of evening
streaming through the little western window and•
lit up the room, playing on the small_ ornaments
which adorned the mantle•helf and softening the
silver locks of the lonely old man. The birds sang
Their lust vespers on the ancient and blackened
trees without; the dug was alone insensible of
God's loveliest and most mysterious creation—light.
But Jeffery drew filth the th i einentoes alluded to;
They were three small paintings in antique frames:
the that represented the River Thames, with its
forest of masts, the most conspicons objects being
certain warehouses, with cranes, and bales of goods
piled in front, and urea apparently at work with all
'he energy and bustle peculiar to these rommer
cial depots. At the foot of the picture was Written,
" Mine—once mine!" whispered the raged
merchant. "They courted me then—they would
have made me an alderman—lord mayor, if I had
wished it. The cloud came—the darkness of ruin
fell—the blighp . of poverty and wretchedness en
compassed me : I was as a tree struck with light
ning, and reared to the heart's core. They told
me I might take shelter in an Al Iraboalie !ILI !lite!
Melville the inmate of their charity ; though starr
ing, I would be independent still.: Theyfttilieloeg
forsaken me ; they knownse that
note without afrienil; riliinealone inthelcorld.r
The old Man stooped over the picture, sighing as
he aid so. The blind dog, as if
.inatinet told him
hie master was meroirlull, tabbed hieliesideglintit
him, and licked his hattd.:_ . -
" Did l'say
j l was witbont w Wend f",ascleimed,
JeffM7, glancing at the manual; 44 thewiatirc poor
/sok, I , did thee swag :.orirniaMiet
smug ithd lrne. Looking at tink`Olf:,iici, - :l only,
dread reie thing fear 44" May* die, tee. fimt ;
and yet_it would be better were it so,.
_• for who
would:take eme *Oben, t .ladleta4lin ii i om Al f a*,
thee'when sluSulif be 1 6
IkeliiiC*o was Mken ialo iis hands with!'
toads/. rettrimee ; grid 'when' Jeffery , z ' heidtie tiS 4
and the golden light thmitOrdia'Sfilitil
fell e k vi k i g r i, ( "/it , 40144A . _,44:14 ,44 . tints
azo . Ole gun seek on hie Imam Ms
eyes were minify lull of tears • his lipirliteiedli ,
tudiblelorlyetc;' led theitlieierit!otkitio,llie
p icture ;. d ito ll , l o l tr* ,-1 4eL
EteritY-sthe paitraitofide ,m‘ - • •
A dillorent elPiliiadril"ta:7ol,lKgtOra. or
painting; a smile haliolpride;ludfirf pliplatfond 7
near beametVis his?fitie" oldr heriefiCent;imatim:
nano*. lbaCrek itaai
t warn years dap, as i moan dreie r with l a: tam
dOtirn codas, andeleaghingearityloolgT
" Bore you'ere, .feei t niihilefOrte l lleile bet.
: yelf ot; bo:Yi theii*aik c ekr.Otttli!iis
*Olin& rosy Ifinainr reedy to Prillaway4rosti
yourAmoheto rots-oserthe mnitsiyien
giace !--full of pranks? , end
rattling pod-for:noWg-,:711 4 14 - j r—( o7 - I ° XBRes -
Aflf; add, r eckl e ss,. 04,35x,' kw - wok nvolfivoir
)idauck 4,:. •• mr,t,
Th. blind ennipiitWenstisrfikilitlti*d,
on his bind Atielbi - 11 49:*:
Now,.t t irmiwiLthee4aMdd seilountint
kliesben I Yo r am image o[ him, I wasonctiA
'Odle finahodont frimi thy Pomohr:betirrs,o
3 40 264 i1 . 1 1 fiii ' r
ho* tielp'ede t i V ill igi l6 44
• -' : 4 4404 . b • t01P 1 ,F 01 414 4 41 ‘ 34
piemerig ;, thosektnearre vaned trithapmmlot, and
40,4 14 t 0 1111711 4 . ; * •
. 44% 4 44:
no mom whi;Pe red the mined marchint
his Ch WOW bilriiitrod. hiniSof
' 'O n g lit,
-.6111 °0 12 : 6 # r#4l***
.itti;?+:11 , 4e44,847. idt*.4l44FrlNAleiL4ll.
-gullet "Imre mew myson a. beggar bridal natio,
Eol:yeara Wen' rib* tiVreice
I t'l4#liOnt hininindheirtia jast
iliipon Mekong midlowiriendeoit inheres!.
1 cciddsoulet hiMlunisrm whavEtad talks, for
avoid have - mindlondy , tortutedhishearL No
tie is Poinikr helieviOntion
ha v Amin . Mint and ?ailed toleach me; theiclo pen.
pie; loArooted,wpakilhavistakea t ihem, in. Yes,
rf 4ityrninir mindlttionghts. of , this 'falba hairs
wept away, just as the tiling . iido *wakes
Doi e - fanfastio Nile; thecbikt iriosit4theirMid.
He will not dweii on that which. gives him Endo :
his 'own fononerareall in all 'to. him he is - like
the rest of - mankind, and figlostalnit 'the world in
this ; why ditn *mid I blOrteli l hirill caiiiir
and softer. sioOe :cotitimpt,, poverty Moimmew,
will notweigh upon my heart wog; andin that
narrow home Where peace twit* ih!libtOkeri spir
it, everf.Tacemy 'sin, and Jack My poor will
be remembered, . no : more."
Ret Cot:daub] silting:in A* chair motionleta) his
!eyes fixed abstractly en the Portraits. " The dit've
rosined ,closc beside hire, Ws held raised-and . . by
degreke th*.t rentanl, till it rested on the old man'.
knee. The last rays of the settag atim shone in
oblique lines through the cottage pane, and fell
softly ott the silent companions, *bile, the rest of
the room was in Shadow- The light Peer 'fainter
--eitening deepened yet still they were there:: cue
by one the stars came oat, and the moon shone
across - the window; Jeffery and his dog might
have been seen in the samelwasture: and not until
the woman who attended to his liu:e wants open.
ed the door and celled him by name, :did the old
man rouse himself from hie deep revery.
It was a'biasy day in Lombard street, and with
the city bankers generally, fordividends in Consols
had began to be paid. Clerks, with great leather
cases ready to burst with the riches they contained
in Checks and note:, hurried into one bank, and
hurried out of another. Thieves, disguised ingen
demanly attire, had the appearance of being busy
also, walking about with anxious faces, :lad bun
dles of papal in their band, but keeping theifeyes
keenly fixed on the said clerks, " waiting an op
portunity."—Stockholders kept up a running com
munication with the principals of banking! firms,
for the barometer of the money-market was rising
and falling in an alarming uncertainty, important
news having arrived.from abread.
The porters, too had a harvest of it—so many
strangers losing themselves in the labyrinth of al.
legs about Lombard street, requiring to bit set right
and so many horses waiting *be :held. Jeffery
was at his post; but his hand was slow and he did
net gain as much as his comrades:. As he efood,
however neir a well-known bank, a handsoine car
riage with two horses drew up close to him This
promised something, and possibly mo'e than pence
thought Jeffery; so he mover] forward with unusal
alacrity to fake diawn the steps.
: "Now can't you be quiet r said a foot man t o
rich livery. a$ he descended from the ramble.
"You didn't know I was bare suppose, old wrin
kle-taco ? Yon won't have any coppers this time,
you needn't hope it. Stand back, I say if you don't
want to taste of the coachman's whip." •
The front window of the carriage was down=4
circumstance which the footman, perhaps, bad not
perCeited; thus.he within was ablefo overhear the-
Words of his servant. • Poor Jeffery drew back,
without offering a syllable in return kir der hasit
language_be bad !received. But the carriage -door
was new Creed:J . od a gentleman. of handsome
and,ennmaclagippearance stepped out.
This is tbss,busk, sit," said the footman s touch
ing his tared-hato
- gritobeAt," fail' lie gentleman, in ,n rat* stem
vi ) : l ii; u :Ree4lorl;k tam 11 41 oRCAk M. Mit man- ,
ear again to any one, however usean,:m_thia Gone.
fry. Remember, Engiishmen are not ilindoos... 7
htYgeodielio4 4 , ll 34 addekaddreasierfeffei*,'" do
Imi . P 4 ; 4 4, :#4 . . " qii lier: 44 :said; YnIP did ' very
noi - , - tagro my, Weiler* , ta take dowm the cm
rive soco...homilwainowty foryin? - -- -
I . l okftYrsimina r i B4 *Wit thdlinthiffeidirri
tObk ilia 1 - iiog3titirA*nboliffitAlabip' 14
'hot ao be half raised -it:imne-poidytio_alfeetiop
l ' e f/Fa iki l ' e l iii (* ll 4.:::i i e:4 ll .i. * h l 4: - :q *tat
felraiWu F) i:44eYeli *Aro rinuell oa the gentle.,
Jima, =milk own features. tweeme-deally 'while•k
`he suave ao speak bet could UM articuktit) Wow:
#ls 114 tieliira l l 4 l : l 4 4ll 44 l 4,:it/ 0 14 i4iii l
rlininitill 1019 i 11 48:1: 0 41/Findeti The *Oh,.
im or what eppreseed kin, he leaned affainat - dr
. willtßirVOPliftt ; . -,*
1 .. 1
The..t 1 the
iii i iiim i ak ii od i
sYmPi by or
and thinhing,the poor man* he approaehed him
and took him by , Jefiereshat no* ley on
,th•groirg o ilo thai nO , l 4 *alba ill' whifi
bead mid unit irtait6 liiitar*. z ~
JackriAilitiwi s :fliktroln the lips Waren
"dear Jack, have you forgotten met - 4mile Mel.
rill don't be ashamed cff--=." i .
.Thil " ';ki, d .. ..—: - linaMlnktintr. , _
lint nnOn. l ,innteni brok e
Irma ,MlEMbervel hereein hie% fetlery eon.
Atkin-the man before h im, , arrested thaoattanfittit of
the bywatiderli." Timi4l o r.a t il i ft a * r r 4i f:
sbakb4l. - : . otiina.47thei . ...mtply Ainbrace And
the 'ono ttilDred 70. l
sob olio avail* week an the r•
kr whom* hearts the pmatitiditco'~ef .-
thanieeling wen iideminat froien — egr. : Cit, t!
mitintlekvlt ask world,4oft, dier,kbglimis
Irlektrermarin, doehtieed seourekrrawihe!Mt: r .
416**m°al ' di ** 10 9 1 5.W° 1 4
7 0 4 i ripi g r oj e l,
/6 1 .440/1
l i a d ri -- .. , -4 i i mr
.e9arlineinsl i entaticenkiitst,-,.w.ithont stain:of:lmi
snetineg arneifisb, paniinkmightAvann qutlteints of
AU= ADM -43rigioeilturityon&
-PT 41. 4601e4 r;:
: 4 4-1040 8 11glertied - hissos jvveta xatcd
41 1 1- I** 4 l.i.Ohlt4molietAlidimareilleg wilt*
Heotterl Pet!* .- C49 oo 4agek -, ._Fichki! 'The . -0 1 P. Bei
,11.1st:stem 1t463r1c - fie
had...riertiloite a prirtner *LANs liar metastaile
1 1 1 .. Pektalvi a ni4l.;witszoir come to Pathan' on
ARueimi.etrest. comateraisi importers:lt:
:itleoVefikeoketliwrittea,tapestedly, hail inagej
9k44.0 Wick his tether simply, beesnse-the
.laneweielligg4geootentitietitgraded positioni ILA
ickettiptoatemaitioritile thepasty to mho's those
-tellentive# okkiressed,,,thfough some , misuncler
fuldimitieelineti receiving them. ; -.• .1
Yogelmast4isepota yam toe"; father. , As. I
**-0 it I. honor arid. love you thei more
this lant and aohlesunaht: with papacy ; but t .
,4 Nay but you Amid not got; my hovel except
OM ooa acemmt," maid Jellery.
• 1110.4:141 man looked at biabandsonnt mei and.
again ehook:hint by the hand.
.forgollen you-4 :inoir,ke
woo.V.° • .
'Onetime, haft forption me, fatherri
4C‘ He's living still:—yomrrzamesake,
kiend for fifteen keg. -yeerm.and hearty-he is,
though storm blind, the pkt, jolly, faithful fellow
Veer playmate, too, -iwhert i -- mild rattling,
praakaome - bay you gambled' abbut the Londbn
Puke Ohl eurely you remember. J'ack—the old
Newfoundland dog'!" • - •
Goon Coos:ft:C.—Good cooking. does -not consist
in producing the highest seasoned dishes,•nor such
seta, kept morbid 'appetite,; but' in preparing
everyilisit ,however simple of commoalt
may be. There are, he - instance; families Who
never 'litany good bitted-tram one eentdry to en:
other, anti have no idea in abet - it consists. • Nor.
are meats cooked any better within their precincts.
Those little, simple; and healthy delicacies, Which
the good 'housekeeper knows intuitively how . to
produce, are never seen here. Even a dish of pq
tatomrcannot get themselves well Wiled. A meta
ber of the family might as well fall itmong:the IT` ii
tentots, as far as any: proper nursing is concerned.
These things ought not to be, nor is there any' fiat
notions of her obligation to herself and those :about
HELP oast Astartim---It is the law of providence
for the allotment of mankind to be various. The
general wisdom of the arrangetnent•w apparent . In
the adaptign of all classes and events to each other,
and in the ability of the Gospel to give content
ment to every condition of life. It is the duty of
all to render to each other . the assistance which
God may put it into our power to grant. 12 the
language of Sir Walter Scott, the race of •mankind
would perish did they cease to lid each other.—
From the lime that. the mother binds the child's
head, till the moment that some kind assistant
wipes.the death-damp from the brow of the dying.
wo cannot exist without 'mutual help. All there.
fore, who need aid, have a right to ask it from
their fellow morials; no one who holds 'the poWer
of granting can refuse without guilt.
AsTroorrr.—A lawyer and , a doctor wens dis
cussing the antiquity of their respective pro&esions
and each eitectrinthorfty to prove his most ancient.
'thine" said the disciple of Lyctirgus, r corn
menced almost with the Worhl's era? Cain - Slew
his brother Abel, end thaVwfs i criminal case in
common law I "True rejoined Fireirlapins, "but
my profession is coveal with the creation
Old mother Eve was made cout,Of
. o rib taken from
surgical Arhurris body, and that was a rgical operatOn."
The lawyer dropped his lag,
How To Imasore *nu Hiiiir - IletTeir lose in
opportunity of seeing anything•"beautifu4 ' ' Beanty
is God's hand writing—a wayiide,•aacrament.—
Welcome it in eery fair face—every fair sky—
every fair ffincer..and thank Him toy if, the fotin
taia• of, jorelirmai, and drink; and drink it in
amply- and earneraly;with all your eyes. 'Tis a
charmed draught-!-a cop of bleating. . •
. Aisrmitomaz,—A gentleman inadibmiii, who
comim spine litm, to Imam gethho alwife t mid
uniViilitteP,*o 1 0 0 4 ' I q l * lertta " 1121 -
44sia, to SmAMil, by, a 1 - . g:tio :ii end him
.90 it-young lady -fors wisp. a riliphichortobe
Iha sitfactri 14., - and Msbam hair."
Ve -814 # 11 0: 1- ',SiifSii.' 4 o:o l,o ; or
4 13 # 1 2. inn* . 04 6 / 1 4
lust, ot wormy goes stmourtiF, - the fin* spies.
rion the young woman asks H is, yeseblis
th pay the chintsr. That it to say its English,
*thai:iwi,4l4 would Verna it
t *Jun we . of all solution wank,: stink
,thar whew of that qnsaaen f. -
Tialfietwactvaior Puss, the seem of whist
wu best srlecoserial for centuries!, been untied
on by yrs* ever since the Otealion. Ttiey make
it la 4* setae way, and 'of des same materials ern‘•
!Ployest kith, purposibr expert workmen of the
1 9_;10 4 that a Perra_ Wio• Faaliva an
latlattot, 11141#tili oloodor,,most be too
'stupid oriosipifiesist tojolaidiattastiott.
Ay bowerto takeirplecit of Alta aokaskiiiilly • 112
iPlirvice, to keep
111:1411 - .
IFinn'tepperTh i it biatall 4111111SiliaaralliWilt
01 161111 IMP 1
._ ,_ ~;
A-41,r Oet.z-AR-4 !mew trirti-ferk iii "ffittfiboro + h\t is
4minguipa a tatly Mud of heetnateedUklerj_ritaa
,brought in t -TheAuorner far . defedeatit'ketqbe .
question • L . , • •
44 - 1 ! ;; W:4 17 V7 . •1 -
, :ktic l i tY , A ; !3 0- 1 1 ? St .# l o lli ed 10444.
ata salt} .,—t!StOp Wirt/A-A neekto4lit, quo.
, Here a discdasioit of nearly two hones fpok Ave.
which fpctr,iir fl y. ht*yeta pitipatett, -*ter
which ifiiihrertAadgetrheld a loci, setiogitedu ,
cited diseasslou l ontheUbject, and finally in ayery
format and po*onti i iantter;7atated that it warthe
.4,441ti0tt pia malority Ofthe PAM that thequestion
ht~ost tS'fanewered. . The Court Room-wasamen,-
ecT camera to settoeitton and the most Minton in
terest wait maimitesie4at thu stage of the.protwed
inv: The qoestiort was, repeated- I t«hardid
/ I *7 - jai r ).
44. arid 'say a uunlP .
Mate Crtiaserca.-2There - is nothing: which
addrao much ter the beauty: and - Osier ofil*ing a t
good•morad etnedtee. - ft s hit areafili k - itia tido
enee hi, life. .It di p aniBesltim -in•everyatatikknni
alts him in every condition, and. 'sled* him at•
eieffyierind of hi Silairi
to bit:desiied- than evert thing else on rain*. It
makealenian.freiti s and independent. NirWeiiila
tool, no Uronchlhgtvophanfirer bore stictia
octet. 'The pthe joys of !null and rOtacniintiss
never spring in stieh a Person. , - IT young men but
knew hew much a good `character would' digit fy'
and exalt them; how glorioiis it would nti4 lheik
picispeets even in 'this life; never shonid We red
thabfyieliiitt to the gitivelbig, and 'base-batik? purl
rii - sea Of hinnati mann.: .
Funig . as.-14fothets, cultivate flowers,thit poor
diadem. may emulate your good einuripla—Ava
koarearart be the sweetest spot to them; ourfirst
mother was placed in a gardeb then:net: spEirti
priattpplace.for one who was to be the panaaf of
him whe was formed alter the image of hislifsker,
that her first lesson might be Unfit front-indite:ft
most bpautifill leaves of instruntion. We feel
troubled and carewont=- -- fbr troubles tirin Vie,.
does not ir walk tunongtheltowers cairn andtkiothe
us by leading out thoughts to more pleaShig things
--to the manifold kindne*ef eur Heavenly Tither
in beamifying the earth.wa so many jeweliii
. • .
Never Shin . k•from a woken of strong setae. If
she been' . kiies attached:to you, it will ba fritmsewt
ing and valuing similar iipalitiea in yew You may
trust her, for sliAt knows The , value, of your cons.
Bence; you' may coligult her, for she is able to Ad
vit4; and does sit at oncewith the firinneatif-rea.
eon; and the consideration of, affectir.• Bat lova
will be lasting, Lir it willl not hare beeili liedli
Won ;..it will be strong arid , andir* Ibi . iria* minds
are-not eapable - of the folder grilei Of the pluaion.
if prefer attaching to yoluselfs Woulaw•olfee.
blellitidenstaitiling, it must be either fintiregring to
encounter a sopa' r person, or from the . pbor vani
ty of preferring th t silmirition Whichupulo.froni
iy,rorsuwe, to that which &This :from appreeiation.
EMPLOY YOUR Pstg.—This counsel thodglt hue
frapiently given than others, is nevertheless Jar
from being superfluous. There is a mar:yellow
power inr writing down what rim know. It fixes
the thoughts; reveals the ignorance ;, methaliorm
oar • knowledge; aids our memory ;• and haws •
cortimund or language. "Men aelpire know.
ledge," says Bish. Jewell, I c l by a freqnimt tteroies
ing of their pens than by the reading dl: many
BtSEVOLENT Rifuta.--Sir William !revenant, the
post;'Who had no nose, was going *long the „Mews
one day, a beggar woman followed him crying,
le AT-Heaven preset,. your eye-sigh;• sir; the
:Lord preserve your , eye-sight."' la Why,ittod wo
man,g said he, ndo your" , act much for . Myliyes .
sight! "Ah ! dear sir," answered the 'Woman %
"if Youshoold grow dim-alighted, you htimt ., no
place to hang /our tiPee4acie!l 004.
• NW Mums to Atom.—A boulactwine - al
public dinner. A short cut when you are Atli hold
ry. Walking between two umbrellas on it -poor,
ing wet day., 4, Just snot* glass befetwltit go."
Going into-church without a shilling: Being die
tnedrodorwfw quarrel , between man and wifitoi-
Ilawing,to a lady from the top an onnidam--
And lastly, takings new hat taarrananirlipaty.
- —" Thattel''orir*.eitha
linitat the Cileiticiaakand anti of dim is said
haiiikiiiiked a ben,ttsing his rail ktritton: BS!.
witakiei":=43is 4( . 14 avian: .4
tioxfaiAil story , we: :~eooideli of
that Antiqaito in the *antennas s*St4'Sdills
Vie nna! who stole pate' fbi toothpick.
Somebody giver the following receipt be - ail.
• •-"Ciet Lbowl of pore water, Tet *domes : petty I
ea kiss in it, and time get-alsold: maid end lout
let her look at it, and the lemonade is done did."
Ll!ost plaster in Pennsylvania, on eateriri', g his
isiMie:annuiglit, a short-limo ago, found
borpp the door steps, which somebody: had; felt
th_ ,o* Adoll aohOd how. he twoowlied for thisin.
okirOo:switiodi th*lho roldlo Won 'rill IP
regular all over the counny.°
Onions Fort—Ooli pint of Wet, Illigideg
to abate, no Caputo of toady tOOlPpinte;
tidier *Minoan oronteam ongilitirofith'the toe*
otmitiy titowitt4poindi. Irani Aire** be,'
coodeosed, ask mopPeois sin
A4 l 4t,
~,YAIT 11 , 1 1 Mowed bY.a4 l O.lV.P.ta
/We lad Obtain abed corn rot,* 4 0 r.
it:itit ow Of dai
matitiiiii , alwaysliotit its Atioyvilooolitr,*
-Si lb' post tsmatiold Woe* iiiorioO4l4l- IMP
tad* of Income