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To Srs. ,B:Stroit4, °tithe Death of her little
- , 'Boy. -
"A - mound is in the graveyard, -
A short and narrow bed;
No grass is growing on it, • .
And no marble at his head! •
Ye may go aud weep beside it,
Ye may kneel and kiss the cod
Bat yell find no halm for sorrow
Yn the cold and silent clod! •
There is anguish in theiniusehold,
I; is -desolate and lone,
For a fondly cherished nursling •
From the parent nest has flown.
A little form ismissing,.
A heart haa•ceased to beat,
.And the chain of lore lice shattered
' At the desolator'a feet. -
Remove the•chair now empty,
His put away,
And all his little playthings
With your choicest treasures lay.
Strive not to cheek the tear-drops . •
That fall 'Me autpmer rain,
• _ .For the sun of hope sitinez through them—
; Te ahall see, his face again! •
.Oh, think rbe're rests your (Luling!
Not in his little bed, - -
Not in the distant ehurthvard,
With the still and mouldering dead,;'
But in a hearenly - Mansion,
Upon ids Saviour's breast ; •
With his loving arms about hint,
lle takes his sainted rest!'
He has put on robes of glory,
Foi the little ones ye itought,
And he Angers golden harp-strings
For the toys his.parents brought.
Oh, weep: but with rejoicing!
A:heart-gem have ye given,
And behold its glorious setting
In, thediadem of heaven !.
For der Republican
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On seeing the anguishNif an aged; forsaken parent,
11/ffie listening to an eloquent plea inlocralf otllind6o!
"Oh, haste," the missionaries cry, :
"And bear the gospel to_ the land •
Where ac s •ed Ilindoo parents die, •
Placed near its wares, on Ganges' stran
- , A hen worn with siekkess•toil, and e•ate,!
_No longer able to pro:; le,
Their feeble limbs their oTspring hear
• To meet death in the...netting tide.
"Let tender pity melfe yotir breast ;- •
Oh, sa.tc.i. them from the s.welling'flood'
Go, tell them of a future re 4, • -
• And point them'to Attie ' ;41nli of God.' ,
"Nay, stay," a Clnisfian paient cries,
"And, ere, solar auf - 1 nick yo ?pale,
Try your own kin-to,binnanize t
And turn the !loans of at-home.
"For I am weal r, old, and gray,
And ply life's bui:y tn,:k no more ;
Mr offspring say, Old 311.1 D, au - ay.,'
And coldly frown me from' fronitlvir d
"Twcre bettor far at once to rink,
And 'neatla the wave to - Yield my breath
Than, morn and lingeri9g; omits brink; . •
To wait and long in vain for death."-
God pity thee old man, thc '
Than that of flindons is far Worse ;
Ileaien send its ai , .l to the relief
Arid spare thy children from its cnr.;:t
Seem , to say et - it—so-no -goo-J 064; eriakts to
• One have rhought.
br; It stu , lif-I,so waFi that of 14e,
ilv zroup the .or;le-, of N
Hall : but it was a - .every.. day
3lr. Etherwool,_fii'l of tile airs and - ‘rl,
• of an ob , tinate valetu4inarian, rvelining h
immense chair, cushioileil to : the extremes
luxury, his dres,ing-gown. r,f riebly quil
datnask folded round his stooping - antatl
uated limbs,.and his long gray: hair "fide
beneath his velvet cap, and:
transparent rallies that erivered his bosora
So also was the position of his gentle dal'
er.LueyL—his only childL--Aunt Lei .she
called to distinguish her from a 'younger
heritreas of the mime. She was kneeling
his side:• , a lovely, .devoted-16eking. iron
and smoothing his fleecy White Stoclitigs,l,
work of ber own fair hands, under 11'w i t
broidered snipers, with as mulch tenderne . ,:s!
as if his.paSsive feet had been those.of an in-,
fall. The .rerrtaiiiing- figure, holv4er,. pre-;
Rented a new aspect. „ This was ,th)!'gr;ntd . ;
child arid iieet —little Ludytb4lgh;
nearly eighteen and well grown ; the afrectiOn-:
ate watchfulness of her aunt had , sOpreserVerl -
her sitnplicitytof chernaer, and eon
seritientiv.of appearance, that she looked full
two years younger. She. .stor - A leaning
against a column, and twistingin, her fingers.
the fringed blos.iroin of a passion -flower which
feqooned it; and though her eyes were
ed upon the gilded .ikires of a hirdvitge i
' , ended among the . vines, it was evi l leut
neither the sparkling•glancvs, nor the coak,ing_.
twitter of it little - inmate attracted from her'
a single thought;_, • I *
• The old gentleman had . . 'Watelay3 her nazi
lunch- for some minutes, and at length ire;
hare not seen you feed your bird
morning, Lucy r
` No, grzu3dpapn; but Aunt Lu. did not
get it !' " • - •
It is well,ihat Aunt Lu . thinks of ev t ry..
thing, - for no*, that Clement Noel bus-gave,
there would..be many things forgotten.'
I Lney's fa ce . glowed ia...s . brightly as he
rose-colored ribbon round '.
her neck=. - - -whi It
1.6 Iterimmdfixther WA ' very unaeeountal' e,
as he had. s ipkett :kindly and. with pe fiet
singienes.s - of inc , 4ning ; and utter a pau he
resumed.:. : .-1: .' - !i - - = . - •
I am .afraid you are not well; mild. What
is it ails you.? -You know how It -worries
MP to see anything about you looking out of
the usual way - . -
`There is, nothing the.matter with me. sir;
at least, I late only a - headache!' ,A
v, ran's atAvver .
Dear child, you m i t - snake' ine believe
that ; when people have headaehes. -they,al:
v,ays complain---I never knew anybody: that
; and you have not said a word about
it before. You know that my greatest earthly
solicitud e is about your health--yours and
yutir,autit Lu's ; I am.always trembling lest
you, should inherit .some of itnyAirii 4istren-'
Sing maladies.. I feel ocinkleat that if your
`oiler had liVed long enough he would have
REAP S. H.
died•;with some Of thethl - And you look ',give her some directions - about your dress
liatleinclyiaUr pyes are dull, and I haVe heard ;fur the future!' I told her "not - to send joau*.
you Sigh heavilya dozen trnes. ` - Have you ittny. More feathers and flowers, ,and other
any !fullness in : the chest, any difficulty of ‘such fantastic- things,- as they - are improper
breathing particularly of nights.l! It will be tat your time of life! You know those Were
thing : if you should get the asth- - the orders of -Mame Antoinette 'when ;she'
ma .'• .1 I:. - •.* ! !i• . '!!! ! - 'reached thirty, a -very sensible. thought! in
`Oh, dear, no, grandPaPa!' — : . 'her!-. I did nut say • anything about 'taking.
'-I.s *pour digesti o n gpfit!? ? Do you ever *the lilac ribbon offyour !bonnet; and putting
feel anylnatisett after eating, or. any burning ion gray or brown, as I !thought you would
settation here ? Ile alWays ()xi your guard ~, s ee the propriety of it, end attend to it.yOur.
against , dyspepsia, I'r ! it [Would! make you .Seifl. My dear daughter how impatiently I .
nnierable for life! YOultnitst!. he alist - elni;.' have waited for this anaiversark-,:-no ! more
ouS., ! 'l'll give you soine!Of my bran bread lithe Waged on furbelOws'—A u nt Lu %Vat
' for dinner,land you mustialivays take- tapir} . fond ofa.rieh and tastefid toillette—‘buettll
ea,!afterlthis, for your breakfast.' • - ' ! • . ..hall be plain and matron/y . ? I won't insist:
1 , ':ltideed,l . grandrapal it.i ! quite unneeessrt. 1 upon a tap—for yLur poor mother used: to
worry me so with sitting hour- 'after hour
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tOr pt;rhaps you have taken cold—young 1 plaiting and puckeeitim! her caps! And I ! .
'.'people. are hitt-a - y.4 . so - dePlorably ! careless.- - tsball have So much' Inure of Your society•--'-:'i
have you ttliy shOoting pains in your limbsTi for, of eourse, ybu . r. habits and deportment
Any . hurtling and-stiffivis about the angles '4' *sill asSimilate ;,rich :yonr! dress !! .-I net
1 11 [ Any acialit , ilti the toes?! -Any—' - !:. felt perfectly sure of youlbefore! I mitsf
• Any yitiptoins 01 ,-, Mk, dear' grand is and tell little' Luey nbeut,' it ; the exci•.e.
b . is .
ob, no, tro.'. • '' .•
mem oren:my will help 'her :cireOlatitin
And LUey's. languid tl;z.‘ brightened for an I 01114 S H She Anust g.( t
own With the men-lest of sniles, and -her 1. ilarriages.must- t ro t o town . while ;Ye ! *are iat
rt)lett ring i%lth Ma? leitl4r2,-,Jittigh, width Was ' ( )inner ' that theyoung people can return lin '
j echmid by her Aurit, Lit.i • ~1 404 titbe ! 1 proini.sed tolsend them !mine!
t. Itideed !aro quite . wtill ; and to prove it, .f hell , re dark, as I cOnsider late hours and
I will gisti - c.l get ! your hat 'and- wrappings-
.riitilit air'ruinous l'-
I ready for ymr ride:' - .
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! •i I ler thirtieth birthday Seldom did Aunt,
i i t Thelf Sash- child can't deceive mc,'.'said, 101 indulge/thought s so s;' - nnbr e a s those by 1
f imr. Ethe,rwood;liwho. . after . having • studied 1 li - h'ielt this recollection -was .atttindeti. ' they I
1 I symptotas fir tW,enty year s , had no want of 1 iirooght her, indeed, none 01--the bittc.rness'l
1 h oolifid enc o n*.his) eVl I) f•agneity ; ' . .).711).1 - Must Tee feeling * which is Often !a woman's. lot to !
ave not* -i - the i . chtingt•,: ' daughter La-L.ller ,glare :t the PrOspelilac ic.,lhde sOwst w ict f adeancinz Years, an
1 disinclination' to her usual employments—if I a * i mournful warning they
that the hop e s hith p al er i e ,
it- nothing more , it that be an affeetiOn of :,preservm g in her notch itd the freshness id
lit! AteCreS !.!, As l' am going to toWn to ...c e- j yputh !Mist he cast aside forever. W e haVe
! itte a ;i:erlain nexe plan of thy own, 11l just. - s.'7i s i that: sl u t had had her !early 'trials... She I
s,top.ati!.!tbk,,l,,etor' s , and ask Inn, t0,....m i e out hial•loved - ‘eith all the firttiness and - ardor 'of i
and give slew.:! an examination.. I
,orik at Your a;stroo'7lniital and a warn heart, and h e r
ICI *Trot, ;idear ; is it time fi l n the e;',rtiage, tti be.
,f4et ion r vi.as her sacrifice atithe altar of filial!
pund i. 1; lei go at one,:—;fir it is ' , ivory- iia: ohedicnce. The. attaeltment that' had did-.
1 l'Orudetit t 4 allow sheh.thillgs to gaitt. ground. ttid her *lam yet 'followed !her, strengthened
1 Ilnittstlao,., cai-e'of her', as she. is imy Only bi- time-Mid enhanced in value by the ripen.
gr' andeliilit, and I don:t !expect to!liti7ye atnitre cd virtties- o f its posiess.oz• - ; but she prayed
er. sitc , brig been in this'. .>tate•-•-de Inc s e c aiaitist it as a temptation, !when, year after.
;:-- 1 --evenisinCelthe day C!......m left us--4-and- that rear, it was proff.red- to !her- acce•a'anee ,---
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Im i as ~ , Beet:: 1 , i . . • :-_,till, to 4.1' 1 . herself the object of a dercition:i
i Mis.,..iWth e k vo , A never 0pp0.:e4.1 11:11' sisal- , :...' uo!)!e Was a. precious consci ous n ess - i - - au k? 1
f.t.t's hol'ibds-Lso lh e :muffl e d - hi m up b; hi.:- slf`e . had ' !trusted, tit . .11: . th 'Nvitfinitt. a self-ae • 1 .
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: o • n r.Cetl 11,11 t ... , .1,011, :MA Vit; . ;l2Stt.'ll. 111111 itlio lililViVlC:3l4olllCili, that she ' might. one day' hil ," : 1 ,
.1 his 1-arriagf.id Thßi, a s s h e sto o d, looking at-,?"hers-ea to r,..Ward it. But now mite felt th:4 I
I.ttir him, she 1.5n0W, to her:ielf to thilik,; that: to*pherish such a - dreatu was a .weakness in - l-,.!
lqtli all 1H Skill ill diseliveritig cant-es friun worthy of:one, whore long
.ex,nrage of selfsiti- 1
elf, : ct , , thel (311• --stion had Bever struck !.hini mist should have becti a oriitaration to sustain
'A lether the eVent front whieh Ile so -earcililiy . . - 14' in any• off wt. Ilad not her fitther'Spe- I
141( . 11 Li:f4"4 indisp.irsition :night Ma" 'i1.,1p.1.t: elliiaritit!.s4, increased with his atte.,:and were
!1i lii_ll , sc. to !do with ii.. This i'saiti! !..b4 patient - sL-rvices, even after'. n''. very few I
-C, enrent Nodl " wils a. tine 1 handsome 3 . 4, 1 4f1i,
.viiii-s. to he repaid with !the 'gift of. free him '
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p. s..e...,srlig ~.- lei ~ 1. . ..L.:k::, . .,..1,.., , ,n,., . ....,...!„1 , ...,. ri.v.,,, NO,l tovn
..111‘ an .efr., r ii T leorille. C .l (Mel
that )4iit etptljt, and admire in a magazinelie- alio rit.hi . • des(l-y e d her itihter best mid bright- I
!. rc l: at-a? lant.heen clawing his nunoritv, twq.or-- est (Lip, ?! Her thirtieth birthdav
t ilt% 0. v i li es ' ,-,0 13 . 0 ,...L i .-, the w ' ard Of 3.lr:.ratiet - - nor r.t. -- 1 - 11Orr - srattrottet >me - chi rw - a ; - ner per t
w , ii,i(l. flu Tad ju:st bjciden . aclieu to *all- i‘on eliangi.4----was it not afready fading ?--,!
If il..a'iter,a, ti...itof t.,1 ini,snilt ~ to bogie, an ii
r!' slie-o-la 1 i
Ilt,Ct. a,. a tuirt- , r. before her.—,
c. , 4-ristve tour, which he h a d defetTeLl .frekh MAL her cheek a . ...‘...s as round as in the days
t w 0 to ice - durtlirr all that time Mal --bail ,2 11)cg . ~i rlhooil• and alttio,4: as (*lowi ng ;.
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I - t e tt ilt e h nd :I n the-mentor.- 4,1 1.1:i 4 .-eleid ., '11'; ile 'li:tl r. w i ll 11:: . , (lark an. 11 /X!“:1"1:111t, ;• her eyes ;
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alit todespeaabl e -household perifort. l'! e*-.- 0,6 , wereeven brighte.r 1 hot . ristiiil-;-6 flew they: 1
Cr sas'tlict-e a more useful !young man... i,lie . woe slig,htly map -v(1 with !tears ; and her .
tjl.fia h'el'l rued all sorts of .pliJosophical 11- , x 7 11:10-,tlie member which, kri et p-,:, th e ,:.0 0 tt•
1 x... -htf e nts fOr - itite;old getiilernan ton! tiL•titil . estl of ail shows the creepir g on o f tim e --i . . 1
lli pinieCtilarm in th e original, av and HiPpie wil i ....wbite'a n d full, a nd tapering as ever.---L:-1
i;.rates himself% and lied .lei rinsed.eaiiit.ts Olt tio . I.lwro w;: , no change fur the wow p: t
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..E, ilian harps - in . iAnt . it Ltt--:ied- the half snide which brolte'l
1 ; ad eltifiell tweet p1ant...:;:,.! tied ut* liking ' ripiet her flat' show e d that sit e peria.ived it •,
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1 j .„..., anl i nes - : 1- aq d . toward-I litti; , 1-.1! .y.li- had tent, slii : - relapsed into: her ' , sadness and satll
1 -ai I , and loOke.l .t fitindryh t h wig , i tie,
~..Ilna- ..t iV. ' t.iik ing her .sati- fiction' of it. .. .
I ',lc even to ',to-hint e d to oth. , e- j!...!;! , :. , . Tii .--,-.• $ll, 3 , ,a.:: at length aroused by- a seryant I
i slia could ir4 bare i ' ailed ofi 72,,• 5'
a packet. Site'. giailivd :AI the ij
I..appreelatt..44 e : . .t . he )1.1:1 gotie a wi...- '‘... i. :0 ill superscrirkion, 'and ha , tily broke th e -ge.81.....il
11 - 11;44,i:1g-her, ifshe had done C u ; awl - tiii•r- w.t.-; .Anl 2 .enciostire fell beside! her, but; she ciintite;;
nosy nothing fur her to dr, .hot to
„phi,. h..‘rself nef:cagerlY to, peruse • the 'envelope.. • Theo. ,.
i inti., a melancholy. !: - ... .. 1! -. , -
.. shg.started up, seized the fallen .. -leiter, tut‘l,, l
1 A llot !Lu,l with fetttinitie hit uitii"ot.hatl per. wi9t a etithitenance all.. radiant, flew out of I
cc: - ed howt matters 4t00d, - aad that . it was t Mi. thet room.. Stiehad quite forgotten her own
id y alone !that laiii! prevented • the yoting grili-fs-in t h e prospect of !being , a, messenger
hirer ft - on - ride •larit3 himself. .She was. the id happiness to another —just. like her.. -
I ! very "pt4r. , 0,...11t..( sytiipathizz with the sorrow- - -qStop—Stop, daughter Lti..-what letter is i
' ingrgirl—for. p, too, had had -her early 1.4)- that, ?' called , her fattier, Meeting her; but 1
ma ace and! Idlsap , onitntent . ; but sl e :was:of firs ice hiS 'voice was unheeded, - , soil, with'
a happy hopeful s irk, mid suppressing a sigh bericollar half blown off ,in 1 he - rapidity of
wh ch startl.l 0. , t..,te - thought of,her own past' Iteritnotion 4 and standing tip i!frdn . l her neck
1 1 eXtierlenee!land Luey-'s present trial, she tru;t. likli, an Elizabethan ruff, she .pa.s.e d him
red - rfor a blighter future; and, went cheerful- swiftly as a bird. . . ,
'ly abort WC- doinviqie vocations. 11 - it ;- 4eanwhile little Lucy, at: the request .of I
hen elegance and necorrion-hments,• Aunt Lu hettrandfather, had made her toilette, tho'
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was n ,n o tlitr4e L tio tlielv ,, P:`"a 4 any , Phrenolo,
,•carelessly and great relactrinee, .to irecciVe
}gist; Would dee-.de by - a &nee. at henportait ; the 4ir..4 in yoleeof guests, and theaghne into
I andl . l her.-ni , nl,s s and haliit !of systemizing the igarden to arrange 'a seat ifor him itt his
! wece!all , the indittations ever funned *if tier filvtfrite . sitturner-hou s e. She had brOken off . ,
! Inny totn ri,CediSrn
.ed to be an. old tnaid. as she strolled l i stlessly along, some ;sprays
' 'Viet this :pretletidel'.to he her lot. ; Tin- • incii.- of the brilliant - porneg,ranatetind the delicate
fat igAiite: uneomplarnittg mole and ei . nnpa n bat waoc•rry--,unconsciously, it - aeerned, t. hough
of a confir - -msl Ilatiorist, whiltse jealous f. aid- she ?tad a latent remembrahee that dement .
. nesii was no Mina:Mei - It fit kfs: exactions, she Noel! adthiritil the contrast of the richiscarlet
was hound; as i well by promise as , by her . t-,;.-4' o r the
,fate *i . th -the pe,,arl.like globules
Ser tilotts . 4l4-e ()filmy, to devote her . heart of the , other; and witen.she had executed her
an ; hand via! life Which, iii spite of th? !draw. ernnr.l, she placed iterselrort the pile of cloaks
bat-ks of !a- di-eased fancy, oli-.dit prove al- and ;cushionm, with the boquet- in her hands.,
rdoi.lt as . l4/pg et • . iiiiii - oWIL •. / ! SheilliitUghtoyer again the same things
Mr. -EthiTiwoigl!i eontittued his . morning • had - :thoughti every hour for. the., last three
clriVe_.considdrAly l i .lattsr titan usual,- but at scayS•and nights= -that. never had *anybody
last ',the .eniciage stc!ij.)ried . La ,thegate, and lie been as miserahle„-before--that she never
!advanced !tip: hie portieci W s ith. an akterity al- coo he happy aptitt ifi„:this
.;world, and if
togi,4 - her tthoarrintotil forgetting even* ti) limp., wera,:not sin,, she would wish t.. 0 bizPbtit of it
Aunt Lai-ha.Atened to receive hith, and he se... —sa id thirei would be sontel.conselation to
Intel her witle - the question : -•' !- - ! • - 1.k,10 •!. that, Should sht.? - die °fa broken heart,
What do you think i have been ahotit all Cher .• would' be - 64 person 'tai grieve for her
this imrning.l daugh ter l' .- ' --., i, .. -,. .; —cnia particular. person' - .besides her -grind
- ,‘ Something! Yerylpleasant,.l have no doubt father and her
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sir, as you .100 stranger and;thore.animated Thus she Sat with a. pale thee and conaprea•
than you have dtaie;for toontbs!' sed- nderlip; when .her aunt approached and
ou - are - itiaht T . ' l l have hiva attending to peeped at her
,through the shrubbery. ljer
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lthsi Cgs for You, which, is . 'iti ways , the most I ightilstep' had! not .been hear d ,! end . softly en.
'plea4ant occupation' I can hay'? ! . After leav- terink the door, Aunt Lu stole close behind
ing a note for the deictcirabo'ut Lucy,!l drove the - jected•girl, ! anil, reaching the letter over
round ;among! . some of your t, young friend, her head, dropped...it into her ;lap:
and Prozni , edAO send the ' carriago to bring i Lucy turned rotiad.:-with an, eine - illation of
them; out, this! afternoon to a Collation on / the fright, but the seal of, the letter..-eat4ht her
grOMiiiik in honor. Of your, birthday l' . - ! • eye, ihnd, grOwing red and then whiter than
olff - birthday ?! -. . 1 ---: .•,-'. --- ' • before' she exclaimed:
'Oa ! ha! ImydeitOd ., )!,ou-think - 1. had - s Phi Aunt L u, . where did you get it?' !
forgOtieniql!This ij,.":,'„Vour.. -c tbirtiath birth. ' ' - Aiint Ln - as s umed -an expreasion . of Stir..!-.
_day !, -II tad , ariO,' . ittid, 'that,. .:ait-1 knew priseat.her agitation, and whim- Lucy untie
frorn'ypUr correct perception.' ;of the. &new- a, - trembling.. effort to . open
...the. letter, she
ofthings - yoti votild now gi,v*'up P. all •youth- caught. her_bfindi; - paying : ,
.: . .
fur atinisenientsatittfriVolitieti, I Would' like .. - 'Not'4o fast, - 14. dear—yon.are not sure
theM . ,ro take 4 . levion frown you on entering that it is for iourspif l l ; "It iidlreet.e4 to' Misa
a tie* state of rife properly!. ! Allow Ine,. - tiv . ,1,4c . t gtherirooiV And . gliitc - 2 , , likelyl94l
, dean,* stepping' o p to her delightedly and .baldr - me r.. i
lilissil37, her cheek, 'i to imigratUlate'yclubn tlii ::, Lucy - thisppd , the letter ClOaely and looking
riving at the!pericul of mature wottundiood 1 . 1 imprOringly at her aunt, Ofew : 4 lP a way..
: : For ogre r Olikent'AfiCi•Etberwo4 looked :- L'*ita.a Matter of - .some ' . elletiny,': pur,
004 a,txeJ. lint :in ianother•her good Senielrad (Yin , : Sued iAlunt'LAl,Mis(,..,l4evettsly ;1" kli urtlitekt:
the littiattealineati; and She. thanked ; that - tls not customary to the conv e nient
him *ith - hip:itt r atittlichaerftil smile. ' .:- •- ' 'little words ':senior, and ' juniOr t . after ladies'.
f444l,44, 4 ffairlinbt ell - that I did i. I took ,ram " "-
On . earanion:pecasiona *fi peectS not' .
r tllP .. poti,' - . fi..! . ;... ** . !P# . is that.
.',lrc,u . ordered t. , c, .1 . !In .
‘._ Openi,eaehOthei'_tr!! letter) - tint , *bfir
4=1 . 0 . 7 to ; ycsiri.nutitheri Aug: kfule4 4; t 9 4e T , thq.. me, from
.gentlemen, tb l ere.ts .no tel.
myself, that r Itutl4 have an opportunity: to ling ivhat- the mav within!' '1
. i iH , 1 ' ./, •' '
, i 0 .4-
..'. 6. pn:s . ."c) - /J.4A - b ktioo7,-AOLIM
i', ' It , is for me, dear" aun I know ~ I it is I'
;exclaimed. Lucy, nervously. - . i
, ; 'You - should not, be so - itive,
.cliitd : it
aPpeara to he the hand of
and it is much more, pobabl that he. would
'Write to me than toyou. 1 isamazing What
:strange things theie young men sonietintes
I get inttitheir ' heads !
.Sup sing 'it i! a -love
letter?. At all events, nal m the elder, it.is
I . nOthing but pr.operihat I alto old -read it grat'l,'
'And' as Aunt 11411 pretendoj o snateh:l it, Lu
cy retreated . te . the furthest corner of the sum
' Why, Lucy,-child; this r
for about a gentleman's lettt
Ompromiseit by leaving it
waxberry will be fur you--i
leaf for me!'',Taking them
rind concealing ~.them in 'her
i - fire--whielidiand will you hi
. ;The lot fell r upl.tt Aunt .Lul
into teats. 1 • • .. . IJ.
I;t‘ Ah. Luer-,-LueY l' t said her aunt, tender
~ . ...
tr. throwing her itriits
.aronnd her,-'1 have
lfardly deserved such treatment atyour hatids
. After having shared all . yonr feelinui ti•oin
childhood as a l mother. could searcery. have
I (I', i'he, do you !think :1 would) have iv-kilibeht
liki Sympathylin this the most. tryini..crisis
of 'your. life ? - lllad you confided in - me, ;Jer
(,haps you. might . have been spnred this?, three
li...days' unhappiness- I for in such trials We wo
-1 Men arc soniefiinea good conlforters.,th each
I other. I knots ' everything I . Cletnent en
1 , elolsed your: letter to me, - begging rrie' to de
liyi.r it only it thought. it. wO, uld be favora
bly. received. life bits been loitering iihout
the -city, undecided to go, yet !dreading Ito re
turn, iest, he should' meet wfith disapPoint
mein. But. read yi,our letter, dear child, and
I'lliturti my batik dud look after 'my gerani
1 1 , , : lisliall have to learn to lo .c my fl rovers
I l!etter l'• resinned Miss -EtherWood, '•asi if to
ber*ilf ; ' I shall have. nothing lelse ,WhetrlA- - ,
..cy gives herself 'up 'to Another!' And - 'she
l'oOtitid around in time to sec the bit4iii with
which - her niece - closed the letter. ' .. - .Y.null
d o nowsind hnVe-your hair dressed -=won't
y,nti Lucy ? 'Your Madonna. hicks don't, suit
3!w• se well noir that - you-look bright and i.o.
sy again. ' But:it believe you iota grandpapda
yesterday that..yotr would never curl „svour
1 'nth', again --didn't you ? . And not to tfortb•-
1 , hidinnselt to 'send your honnet ahrr vnu—
I for you did noticare how dtirk you got --that
1 laiietv was of no use, that you could stir! '.—
[ Bat Clement:thinks differently and yoti will
1 unity have •to take care Or yourself for his etke,
and :he will be out this evening ! I knOW h will
I aril shall writelto.him! Yost . inusedn the
i heJnors this afteinnoon—tor I tint - not quite in
spirits! Dn yini know, &lain'' , ' that to-A - v
- % '
; which yields-
_ion so touch happin, , ss-,1, and
I sii4, - ; you a future so fair, roakt.s your Aunt'
I Lit in old maid; for. life V • ! . •
tie 1-The .r expectect gnestS arrived, andieft. to lit,
i,..- 2 -........- 1,,,..„., --1 , •.":"-ci--- - .10. - i.' , ..155i".;-z-tr i lerr T
110;014 the beautiful grounds whic h envirinted
-t- i .
the hotise. Arnong.thein was atdistingui .. si , ed,
Ii pking man, of thoughtful and 'intalleethal
entint;nanee, Who seemed rather a speetaor
iif the festivities! thaA'a 'share in themi It
1, was ilVAlter Sidney:, Miss Ethe wood's lO4er
who ',Strange. to ,fly, wa s al wnyl.:, - met: i- t - e it Ins
a weleotne friend by her father, notwithsnind
-1 ing his nervous linrrovof 1 - ser -Marriage. -lAt
length she is son in appar,ently earnest :'.cOn
f ‘ . er,..i)t inn with hill - I.:arid . what has been 'Aid
' b fore may herjlichied by her reply.
I •_' d - ' r , -
1 • ` l . No. Walteryou Must ober . me, and hey
1 cll. : allude to the Istibjeet again . --. 14 least With
that vain - word hope.! Don't, forget
j Itly, Ether brought - you all • here for=-td re
i j,,ti•elwith him at. the prospect elf my initia
-1 tion into the sober' inysteriesof middle age ?'
1'• ` And it is ten 'years since l' ftid her com
. . .
Ipaninn, musingly . ; '.we would . n% c thought
iit ' !Ong time then, Limy l' . l i - . . •
• . '
11 • 1 Yet to me it, LIS Basset] so slowly P Said
IA no V. LU, taking up his thonght, . I
And to me. I 1 have lived upon hope, and ..
.yoU in the earnest t. di s charge 'ot - ;1;,
arduous - 1
j tie - 4 for the perttirmanee orwhich I have lovesi, 1
it - iihonored yon- the More, ntch:: as' I hilve
I fal*. r id by it 1' I
#l. know it, and think you, Walter! But
!it . iS time that we.shotild. look ti en thingii . st.s•,
',they. really are. I Though my father's', heath,'l
, is 41)(1 promises jo bei:better th; it,Was then
Veil hi' more and ,more j lotts, of tny
attendance, regarding my undivided .tre and
S . NetiOn as the Very breath of his" ii. -1,41 y•
`course is plain : 11 iriti . St still live on as-1 h..Ve:
.done-,larid, gradually r i sing my l eapatlity Tor
1 . 1 ..,..,
g become reconciled to
.ch Pt a li c r :h k 'a T n g gtr- ü ß r t r' il e y li - 1 ;4: 4 ' - you ar *I &till yoiing
1 ---iiltr :younger than I iiin--though I hhve not
I 'ntititbered as many yenrs. Yot may 'yet be
' Vcey liappy,land,you Ole it t; Providence I
Whi.). places the' mea . tis ~of haopiness in yOur
han.ds; to.aceept them.: You nit st- marry,-
,-for,lybu arc formed for domestic
t ife---inid See .
tioW gently even; theSe gay 3.97 fig il)ildt!eti
nriamd us. would listen to you ! De not
think.l would rabic ycht any the less - . ' - you'
itaVe given me, unble 'proof of ynur trut h,and
!should be proud to resign you Ai side that
would' : prove a essing to you !• I ~shotild
. , . .
,know, that I still lr.etained Tau r esteein—abd
-oven now, of what worth is anything. else to
mil' 1 , . - f - ' - ' ' 1
'• The; lover listenNl with a e-, ffrave smile, eh&
where she hid concluded, he rept ed.. i: - 1-
.$ I hhve now become'accustoed to', toy af
_ feetion; Lucy , and oven if 1 would,.' 1 cotilifl
not,;part - with it ;tlterefore; if it
. must , be So,
twill Wait ten yenrs - mbre r. . . '-•
. I ..The:tompany Oepart;fti early,' according to
therarrangement of Mr.' Etherwood, and if-,
ter' . they - had gone,. Aunt Luey went ler . ae,
custemed round in the .: apartment . 4. , e in
valid she spread •0t1: 4 , - bis night, '• - i elf:, nr
rtingedi his lamp to . ti . proper di mneas,.,pte:
'paled l his . lotioiis and panacea.i4; and then
-waiting for further °Merit, took hir seat at an
open winuow. j -
'..,... . --- •
he s tl";e . was . a l , iialtn;] soh . Tnopnlight'. a9d.
she.,' Might have; foundfita
.. "eclat; ve to her
uivattie:thoughts4 . , but, lihreogh. the. - )nxui.i:::
eittloliage she could perceive the '',•hiti'dre4s
of LOc,y, who -- w4 . now -iflittleg ilyj abort
with` Clement" Noel.
.1111 d'E P e n b ;teal lied slam. .
nat.:mei in 'the eariy 1 Jnier.<l . iltiO . . hetweett
-. ,- • '
'herself and her ialtbrur :Weller Sld.noi who
'in - I:her heatt ` the. st4rpetaisted 1.- shoul d ' lie'
we*nOct from his hopeless 'put's' it- - -- . -and no:
. • ..
weader, that . a siihescaird her, 1.- -; 1
!!)70 porno a d
d iray from- the-. ihn ow, dauo., 1
-;!!!.t.L ll ,l.imilifc:b.ohle4itok screen t'..4!(/ . ..he . :, '
1,44er:; • ‘. - You giro stitc h' -pod" eh digit pow to ,.
Ottd . erittited :the" doigif tit,'....40,....pig1ik *if I_4 ,
Iroiir .„,belol tioUnds,-wbeiOng;loPt.. ni*l4;-.
1 P'.i.s:io4lo,,lfyoufihad taker i .:it: . .ioaititpllo . nt . Fit,
.4- tbliArreasit; 41reitlIll 'Whitt '-lioa — tbee?me 4.
• L - ti,,,! , -:,••:,,_ .-.. •- • ,_- •'- - .L . -----. ,
!She - I's engaged With Clement 7.Npei,. ra„iff
er I- • •, 1 -
... ".....1 .. • .
'Sureenough; It was very foOlish in that.
lad when •he filund the ship or, steambiAt
wOnidn'tg(4.--witich Was it ?—netVtli. eolne
baek to us r He ought to • know low linrd
it goes for me to do without peopl when I
-once get used to them ! . It' was a •ery - f4ol
ishi prOject in him E to. :go travelini,,, - putting
hisnselt in the way of all sorts .Oll.'dange*
when he could so well afford to stay, ; at hot*e!
But you- i never answered • Me . when I asked
you what letter that wirv!! - ,I-l' - 1 .
' . `A love-letter !'
tWhat.L—What—a Jove-letter? I
disturbingOnr ; quiet by sending 10,
agiiin . ? I litipe—daughter Lu"--:
; It- , . ;as riot for. me-sir-- , ' bnt fOr I
eY 1" ...- '. • - ,i, 5
i!For little Lucy W ihew! If'that ist't
- S- A f
comical ! - Little Lucy -wilting lovietters .
And who under 'the sun - Would setup. one to I
, . .
her; poor child?" • - - ,• 5 1
'll o . fuldn'ti - yott guess, father? . I ;Cleiiii.nt
Noel 1 ..'• . , •• : • i . 1
• A light seemed to
.hreakopon thooltl On
tlenian, and he looked at her - witbont reply
ingA single wi...H. I- ll .- 11
- You think Very ihighly of Ml'etit,• t i ny
dun.' sir !'
.pursued his.dangliter en 'ouraitql
by liis . silen4; ' and he has begged ; y influ
ence to gain your favor -to his eau. 0! Ile
Will suit yott better - than
.any one ell •e--tor,
~u cinirse, you would not:Wish little lucv !lo
heel unmarried - , too!' , : ; - - •
.Still he returr.ed ii 6 ans:wer, but sat
for full ten ininntes.! , At last he flint
r ! But: *e will
to Chan 6 : this
rom. the hoquet
laud I,IICy burst
I wouldn't tike my to be c.
butve up My little p
Iv wr-pai•child—z-hoi,V NVOuld—that
coutdret five without a grand-child V
'What ijilip c ni
.say, - dear father
Amit Lu, approaching him,
don't know' what I said, but this
1 haVe: been thinking about,--that-if
give up little'lLuer. - you had better g
Alunt Lu sprang forwara, thriyu
arun4 around neck-, burst into: tear
the Old man wept with her:
we must begin_ to make change.
- he, can-as Well put . up with - two as
• A.ht) now an infallible clue being gi
the terniinatron- of our story,
than i; us to go oti ? of course tiobody.
DESTRUCTION OF : THE INQUIS,
- , i ' OF„ SPAIN.
In 1809, GA. Lehmanowsky was at
to Shia portioned caPoleiits.arm V whip
stat•onea I aan" . IN7h.le in thi s
said Col. L , ~ ' !I used to speak freely it
the People abOut the Priests and Jesuit
1.,..,,,,c. ~,;,,,,,h,3 , ,,,1t ti „.12_,..., a-1,4-......-..,„„,..
1 the; Emperor '.Napoleon that the trtou
i and ltlOnasteries..should. be suppressed
- 1 1 tt -- * ,, , 3 -frrce - ion t e of thelnws ens(
this 4-ountry, was not-yet executed. Al
had passed away; but the priions of -I
' quisition' Were still unopened. One ,
about- ten or eleven o'cloek, as. Col. 1,11
walking the:- streets of. Madrid, two
men i4prang front an' alley and Made a
ous attack: lie instantly drew his . i , i
put himself in 4i position of defence, and l
struggling with them
.saw at a distanoi
lightS.of the'patrols74elich soldiers ni
ed. %Ott.) carried' lauterns, and rode ti 4
the streets of the city - at 'aft hours
night to preserve order: He'citlled ti
in Frit - Itch; and as they hastened to his ti
anee,'oo assailants took to their heel
escaped, - not, howeyer, before he saw ; by
diessi that they lielonged to the guardsi,, lA/17
Inquisition. ! '
• The Colonel went immediately- to 31 4 it rsha)
&mit; then Gosernor of Madridi,tol I :bin(
what i had takA place, and reminded him' of
the dc:Tree to suppress this institution. ' Iktiri
shat smlt - replied,' that he might go a ''d de:..
stroy !it. Col. L. told him that. his reelmen4
(the ninth of the Polish lancers ) was 4 , suri
tieienr t. for such a service, but if he - would givei
him an additional regiment, the ii7ty - ,- hey
would undertake 'the. work, The I litb . reg-f,
invent; was under the command of Ctil„De-;
Lite..; "The troops - required' were gririted4 l
fad I Proceeded (said G )l. L.), to the. nqui_
sition; which was situated about five Milek,
.from the city. ' Jt was surrounded by, ' . .wal(
of grentistrength, and defended by a-c4mpai
ny or soldiers.. When we arrived ' tlie r
walls,l addressed one-of the sentinels, - and
summoned the holy- fathers .- 442 - surrender to
ihe,iniperiai army, and open he gates of the'l
Inquisition. The sentinel, Who was staltdit,
on 1. 4 . wall appeared to enter into. edit yersal
lioiffOr a Moment with some one Within, at.
the close. of which •he presented 'liiS . nitisketl
and shot one of our. men. -.' This-was tils sig.i,
nal for;atinek, and 1 ordered_my 'troops tyfireW
upon those who 'appeared ;upon the walis., " 1 ;
"It iWas soon ohviotis that it was - amp tie
qual Wart - are.- The Walls' ilf the - hiquiliition
were cnvered with.soldiers oftlieliolylifliee;
there *as also "'al. breast.work- upon the ivistl,.
behinct, which. ther but partially exposed
tbe rus4il ve.s as they discharged their 'atuiltets.
(Kir troops ,sere.' in - the openiplain,' - and ex,
posed toe ten rde,nitty :fire. - We had nil can
non, nOr cottNl 'w
cafe the walls, nud the
gates joiceeiedislly resisted all attempts at
foreing[,thttn. lieould jug, retire end lsend
for cannon to break_ through walls wiiihout .
givingt,thfr i timeto Jay itrain tObleiv us
up.,.' . l4aW that :it was necessary to • effhtige
the mode of attack, and directed - sometrees
. to. be 'eat down old bin:rued, - to
batteriiig rams. ''l Two, of these were, ; *ken'
. up by detachments of, men, as, numeroftsas
could Mork; to - ndianiage; and.
hear 11#0n the Wills with all; the power! they
could curt, :whiles`' the' troopir keptritpl 'first
toprotect - theni . Orn o the fied , pcluied : upon
them, iliem the . wall.t.:;,‘..Presently„„the trans„
began 40 tremble . 1 4 breach was, ins.deil, and
the lnipe.riali troops' ',.itishedl - .into . Jita‘i . .fittittisi.:
tient, ''Oetil ire: met With'l'an:ipeldent - which
nothlnifitit - 4cenitioil effronterfk 604 to.,
The lutptisiterteneral, followed by the-tither
. conies:ors. iti:thelr,. pricatly :robes,. all ca me'
Out . cit. itheleitiouts,.. tai, We were Maki.* our 1
way ".10i4: me,.iptOriiii,.tir.theingoisi t lein and- I
With . loiit'faCOS, 'end - Withtheiti,titrifec - ' - . i
Amer- their, breasts,. their ::fingers . rest 4- - - On
their'ehtittiders,, as though , they' had - .het:oo4e
to all the noise of the . atitick:and*fen arid
had just lei:quid What.Wasiielni . oo, - ilit: : ad
dressed4etaSeleCiiin the latiguito Of re ake
Apii.R.Sti -'.eri'ends;4o'iiiitelatt!;;;:”. --, .':•-•''? . :W1?:; , ' -:'
- Thei Ont4lgnniMY':d.Oulti , :wilit.lo.ina us
thing.. .01,*.deftinee wig wimpy ; lissau or s ,
14,1 by iiMiss:hop)ti g -,* if :Could inalt .. pit.
: I)elive.- liSt they . 'Wilk(' stritlidly - ,.th4
. 41 1 1 .4 .
M - 1 E H OEV
I , la
t I . ? I I
L n - f a bl d r
1 1,3 d
l en to
have a bitter opportunity;in . the eonfttaiorrof
the moment, to - es Ope.• Their artifiee'Was
;too;shallow, - and. did -not sneeeed.., ! -_,I ,eatriid- :
' them to. bevlieed 'under gliard i ' s and
_all \\ the:
Soldiers of the ltiqUisition; to hi , .." - "secured:lei
roomsprisonerie- We -then proceeded - - to . examine,-
all the iof-Jhei stately 'edifice. - = We
passed through '.room 'after rooni; ibutid all:,
perfectly in , order, riehly furnished; with ali .
tars and crticifixeS, and wax candles in abund-E.:,
'time ; but could "diseever no eVideneeOf iniqui
ty being practiced ihere,—hothing 'of - those
peculiar feattsres - which we exlieet, to find in:
Or Inquisition..- ; We found :splendid: paint.'
:ings, and a rich and extensive library, . Here
Was be:tidy . and splendor, and! the titost:pe,
' feet, order on which my eyes Irel 'ever rested.
Thearellitecture;--the proportion's were per.,_
rect. The:ceiling and' floors ofwood were
'scoured and high riPolished..- The marble
pavements were arranged. with . a_ strictre
.gard to order. - There- Was everything to
please .t h (....• ey e a 114. gratify fVeillti %%Wl:taste ;
, but, where• were _those horrid instruments' of
torture of which we 'had been told, and where
were those dungeons. in 'which human, beings
were said, to be buried,liliVel:;',:WeseareGed.
in vain. The holy fathers assured__ us that'
they had bectr.belied; thin' We had secti all'i
and -I -was prepared to gi Ye hp' the s.earch,:
conYiticed- that tbis• Inquisition was different
froM 'Others of which I had 'heard. :- - ',-
"But ".Col, De Lile -wits not so ready, as
-myself to' elinquish our investigation, and
said to me, '`Colonel,you arc commander to
day, and as:you say, so must it:be; hut if
you.will be 'advised by me, let this marble
fluor. be examined. 'Let-water- be brought
and poured :upon if, and we will watch and
See if there, is any place :which . : it - passes ittoF.e.'
.others. . 1 replied td hi-M i ' Do as'
you -plem;e, 0;lonel,'
: and ordered Waterto be
brought. tteenrdingly: The' stabs of marble,.
.were tarp and beatnifuilY polished. ':When
the water had been . poured 'over the- floor ; . ,
much to the sa6sfaction:pf
. the Inqiii.sitors, 'a
direful examination was made of Scant
in the noor, to - see if - t he water passed
4rough;. ' Presently Col. De Lile exclaimed
that he had 'found it. - By the side 'vi oyd of
'those marble slabs the water ; pasted throogh.l
(4st, as though ''there were an opening be-. 1
neat h.' : All hands were. at .work - furl further
discovery ; the officers with their swOrds "andl
soldiers with 'their bayonets:, - spelt - it* to l
etear out the - seam and pry .up the slat; ; Oth.-1
clan with the butts of their muskets striking"
tlicSlab with all - their - -might to_ - break it;
While the priests remonstrated against ()pr;
desecrating their holy and beautiful 'hoe ie. 1
While thus engaged ti : soldier, Who .s.
1 striking .with the but of his Musket, strak a 1
Spring, and the marble slab. fh..w up. The 1
[ f ;!_ e rr s : (. ..._ ) T f i t i .l :: . ._ , l . l , l .e: q tr uLsi t t7s!:', l 7::: , p , :l ., c ,ik as ii .ll ,..;t l is l i e t t b zi
l i ,
2:ar's. when the handwriting : appeared r an th e';
Sttiirease,. U ' .st tT"cp if . ,
..., ......, ...
.. . .. - -
from the candle stick 'one of the cand!e..s, - font
feet •in length, which tsar burning, ' . that I
might.exploret.e room below. :As.- 1..-_wa.s
doing this; I was arrested . by One .of - the In- .
(visitors, who laid his kand - gently on 'my
,arm i and With a Very demure and..stinctinro,
pious look, said, 'l).frtures„„y ou must, not
take those lights with your bloody: bands;
they are holy. ' Well,' I said, -‘), will rake'
A holy thing to shed light on iniquity, 11-Will
bear the respoiWbilit,y l' -1. took the' Candle
and proceeded dOwn the stairease.,.. A. lye
reached. - the foot of. the steirS E =4o entered .'a
a forge, square room which Was,,called i the
Hall of Judgment. - -In the centre of it w,". A
.huge block, and a chair.fastened tO .it..,1 On
-this 'they had been aeenstonted to 'plaC'e the
accused, *iced to his scat. • Oti One side Of
the room was' an .elevated seat,. called the •
Throne of judgment.. This the Inqnisitir....
General occupied,. and -on either side • were
seats leers elevated, for, the priestly - fathers,.
- wide engaged- in the . solenui bitsitle.:S Of -1n
... . ..
quisition. - - -
From thisroom:ire proceeded tothe right,
aud.obtained . access to:small cells, extending
:The entire length, of the edifice'; naiad, 'Nee
such sights Were presented es . we hope neVer
to ,see again: . . ' - '''''''' •
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These cells were places' of solitardteonfine
meet,, where the wretched objeetAof - -- inquii..
itorial hate were confined 'year after . year,:till
.them from " their sufferings,
and there their bodies were suffered to re
main until they:Were entirely- decayed,.end
the rooms had become fit fly others tO ilciu.
py. To prevent this beifigtiffensive to 'those
who oecupied the inquisition; there were flues
or tubeweitending to the.open airisuffielent
ly capacious to carry.off.the odor.
•, In ,these
cells we found - the remains or.thoso•whe had
paid the debt of Ilium; -,stime of them hail
been dead apparently- but A short:time, ivbil;.)
of , others nothing Jeinnined but the bones,
still cliainvd-tollhe . fiery of4heir"dungeori. . -.
"in other - we found living suarers Of
.both sexes, and of every age, fruui threeseore years — and ten down to fourteen or fif :
teen -years of age-. all naked as when born -1
I intatite - World, and all in chains! . Here were
old.men - and.aged Women, who had .beeriishut
np -I.OL-ntan.z. years:.
_here, too, •-were OA;
middffted, and the young pm. 441 the I
Maiden -.of fourteen years old. ,The Vdiers]
immediately went. to work to - releaseAteis i .'
ilk It t [yes . from. their :ehainx,:and . took liotri'-
ttw napsaelcs their overcoats ind.ither. eloth;. - ,
inn, w,hieh. : they' gave • them., tii.:alier:lheir 1
',nakedness.- They were eXceedingly anxiOnS 1
''to-bring them out to the light: of ' . day . ,. but be
ing aware" of 'the danger;' , l : hid food given;
!.thern, then brought them. gradually : : to;tho
:light, as they were able to : bear, it. - . '7.2,
-We , then proceeded -to - 'explore' - another
iiietn . on tholek,.;.lleitiVre found 664 . .t tit'
1 . . . ,
.of torture '.of every:.f kind, Whfeh,:tlio
i ingebu4:4: , ..nipn or devils could . . invent.---.
Cul.- 4-thOs describes-four of , theie - :,:horrid,
'machines:: , ',Tli4Alit .was a inaehi*,by '
4 which the _victim , Wals- secured, and than'Se ,
~ginning with= the -fingers every.' . joint..in the -,
iihaoriktime i 'and body war - brokett or: drawn
. one . m. after- another, until -.4 he 'falterer 'Aied.---
`'The second was ti-box,iit. wiActi:!.*llead and.
I ,tieelir‘of•the - aeCusett-r*erti-,*:..c , lffis!* iSeeA*l'
'that he eonld.-not' ' : .'1 ;:.,4 : !4: ; '''.-'' lit:a -Over
lila hex was it ., ViSsiigri - r ' '. 4,0 e.( 1 1 .4 - q.
hater. a. 'fel,k , : : -- , .
_,. ~,, ;'', 4 .:91 ', li t i A ,j,. o ,;-:
tim; - ;- - -evert tatec.e** '.. . Ifdlingo ' ''pre„
!eifielvr. the -. oil* .
place, wiiith--'*qo .0 4 -'o . ti
14iretilititm 'ln 'A . -- few- ineMet4A„sanktic: thei:
t i iii iinl oo fferer ,, , ,,iii;i talh il e i n or m e s rn t\ a c i k ., :c to rn a e o tti o g ; : i ag ni o d n : y ho ,! rl:i lli oi t•
6.iiliti;ta"Whieh . ..the ''Vetirti'il'ettft: - bettn*-':hi` - The.,'-
initianient ,woi:thett'. - 1 - placad.' , hativithi ., '.:tW4.
heal - 11111W - which 'Were- Seorei"ef'hiiit . ir se
. 1 4 , 6itilitig , ttiti- - --tiiiiehip*with::
kkrank: I he: fie*: of the sufferer' was .tet.*fri.kii
his litribs in - small piecetZ The- foiiiilt 'Sur-
Passed' the the other in fiendish ingennity.-;7IW--' -
exterior ''was a beautiful wonwl, or hultd-doll',-•
riehry dressed,. with, arms-extendeti, reslyjo. -.,
embrace it victim. Around;fxer,reeteffe..rail:,':
circle was drawn: - The victim - - who ittsed ' '
over: this fatal mark tottelied # spring, . which' '
caused the diabolical: .. engine ,tf open its arms,z .
and clasp him,: and a thousandiknives7cut him
in as many pieeesin their cleadlpembrate.' ~,
1 Col. L. said the - sight or these infernal
!:_engines of cruelt.y kindled
_the.,rsge of ;4.401 ,
f diet's to fury? They - deelarel:ol(eArir la
' quisitor 'and soldier of the inquisition should
be put to. Ibe torture'. Theit ;tags was:un-
goYernable.-: Cu!. L..did,motipwkir them— :-
1 they . might have turned their arum :against .
I him ;t• he attempted to arrest their work:—
They began with'the holy fittlfers, ,-. The first,
1 they . put to death with the rii inefor'break
( ing joints. ...The tOrtureof inquisitor pat '
1 to death by the dropping ti watef an his
head was most exerutiating. i .The - pm!. men . 7_
i cried out ioagony to be taken- I ' 6lll 'd* ma
i chine. The Inquisitor Generid was brought ' ,
I betbro the' infernal machine eldlesl - thtfalitir-"'
i gin.' " - You,haYe caused (Ahern ttiltiaWher,"
' said they , "and now you must :do , it. , They..
1 interlocked their bayopetsisci .. 4.mto form large •,r
I forks: and with 'these they:pushed iblingsVer-
Ithe -deadly circle - . - The beautiful
stantly prepared for . the erabrat.v., eiespad*
I him in its arms, and he was cut, , into - hml
1 Inerable pieces. Col. L. said that be witness::
.1 ed the torture or four of th - M--his ..heart.
sickened at The .awful scene-'-'-ind he, telt the
soldiers to wreak. theirsetigeanee en. the last'
guilty inmates of that'prisen-house of hell,
i .. In the.mean time; it was 1 reported throug h Madrid that, the prisons -of 'the Witiaitien
i were Broken open, and multitudes listened '.
,the fatal spot. And oh,,What
,i - k 'meeting_ -
I `wus there! It. was like: a 'resnireetion l•-••
About a hundred of those 010 - hiut been buri
ed for. ninny years were novi4estinied`to life.",
There were fathers wbo foundtthelr Intliklost
daughters.; wives were restored ict:theirfius.
bands, sisters to theif brothefis,_tmdlitir*ra
to their 'children ; and - there wore szitneirkir
could - recognize no friend's - thong the hatilti=
qude. The scene was such asibotnngueean
' describe. .-, - a. f" . . ' .
When the Multitude had reti red,64 - i,...i
library, - t` fti" II ' &c.,
vaused ;the pain ings,l mi re,
to be.roriot•e4; End- having inert , to the _city
ihr a wagon load. of powdef, he., depoiiied a
large quantity in the vaults beneath the build
ing, and . placed ,a". slow matehlin coOnection
with it. All withdrew to a distance, and in --
1 a fen- moments. the assembledi'Multitude be
held a most jpyfulsight.- The !walls elicitor- •
rets of the massive structure rose majesticsi-
Jy toward the heavens, impelled 14 tjietr . .
mendous• explosion, and , then': fell back to
earth a heap of ruins! '
t .err tat .a' ever tv e _______
eet% ; letter m an..,
tent or in - modern 'times, the e la. not; ..
which has Veen of such ad van ta eto its;
.i ,,,, i - —_
1 er As the Legion ,of Honor. .. A is; my !midi
I work-and Inv m asterpiece:" ' - No etie
. either •
I now or in.fuiure days, can dispnte my right
to the glory of foundin g it I n ot i n d e b te d to
it eir in ive til iha illy victotie4." -
Napoleon stated what wa.4- perfectly_ true. •
The hope of obtaining the cross has been the;
.acts;,,of, valor, many
which are stilt unknown to the World. ', Ift.irb .
is one among ...girth's, a chief d'' escrciiildi he
used t . ,0 take particurar delight in relating. - '
/ 1 In ;tik-course of the night - whichreceded.
I the. battle of-Austerlitz t ,
one of m b igadlika -
%rai:e'red his watch with one of his` naiades
that he would gain the Cross ofhono the fo - I- " :
lowing day. In fact, - in a; brillian charge
against a very superior force, be Peefratesi
, the enemy's squadrons, killed fi ve Merl with -
1 his oi;n hand and carried off; a st,andard.—
He was covered with, blood, eSpeelitly, ou - ;
1 his face, the .only visible . part of:.*hieh _' was_ • his eyes. As he was returnin b e fo ' 'his c4l
meta the Emperor met him and said. " ' '
• " You have done enough for once;my friend,
go and get your
,wiatinds" dressed. " ~-.'' ' -.- ' .
The.brigadier; wiping hie fileemrjth.oe, qa t
he hakeaptured; replied ter the" Eniiiiror :
"1 alit not Wounded; sir. - it'll, - ii* my -
Used-which.you'Ace, but 'that -or youc- e lk -
mies." ' 44: -
• Napoleon delighted at this:answer said : .
"I make you Marche: des 'Lelia,. .(4riartv
master,) and confer upor.youj,be' Cross 'of, s
hoeer.." •• ' ' i .- •I'Me-e,': -, ',
The, most singular`circumstance iti tide af
fitir is, that the moment-when the -brigidier
was thus recompensed, his: . emnradt‘ with
ivhom he had bet hii watch - arrived - wounded
pi,spi shot, which'had been fired at hint oflieer, whonrAte brough t
a GCii .
prisoner to, the Emperor.- . . ",- 2- - --
1 "Another Cross of Honor," said Nappleon,.
i Ihughinir " Ifthings 'go on_ in ' this way I -
~i . - -
... . _ ,
f t , nalt.eit icr•lnte to suppress the urner, or
i 4ecornte,thc whole army." . _ - •
Tan EI:I6PrIANT.—Gdt Brown, of tho New •
Eaglinui FarnienhaVitig ttte•Erephant,
(ve meat! Barnutnic), reports as follows: , •
"'lles:eats on an aferagionei bushel efiati..
and ono hundred pounds _of hayimr citlY** l s*
I dfiyB ald all. His weight iii 4 '4,700 pounds.
He will .accomplish any kind 'ofwork set be fore Mtn, ima-useictenltitties"better judgment
f than threetenirths of thWlbelp l- which i
obliged to eiriploi ouNtlarm.'
things be is not an 4ielervant:. Once 'set
him to work piling mood, picking up stoups,
or- anything else, and yodtan leave hhit:Withi
out fear of his- piaying old Soldier Itt
abiwpce. ." - AnUtfkr capital s negative r tity
Is dosilt_pick up bk.dudt kart
for hornet exactly at six o'clock:' iti; : th!Jkiter.
noon, al many Other. fastnePa',. issistatits",.. do, ; 7,
lie is Wilting to . lit&ir . tiltfoui r oWif t aiditifen
L i fer if l t o rk Is presaine . !'i 4 9.
he is a- very hoiloiable;'NuOtilsiu4
.gent,: and well4hohaved.'fittlitie.:4lZoverthe",
less,' ca n uot;locleno .. 31 44*411,netild efe.q
PlPints 4 , 3 the .4eflPitit*tißpril
They. canat:-work of -,- ,.. , ;_wiithei.jiat of
VQ111:$0 would eat t ; A :" 'll . uP," - ti*At and
72 t A nfi;e:11414.nti.14te0:tir:the-
flint - tory:eight yeaVs dndet thl4l.lotd6t
Stitutiem down 16 ' - thp'electiOttOldittltiVanr-
Burcn, - -only._fifieen votes-m*oAm -
the. Potunlue-for an Y NOrthentAtuditittlei . fiv',
ly limit this nutnuei ; titi-tPttri - i.lidtPzer Itie 11$
votes given to jobb AdalttilttVelEt; - tittalt
six of 179 a, wcrs , glven with a tfelfisat
edge theY . .4ollll::oqt", cc,*
Making it Yief!-Proliliiftt;,--:
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The Legion id
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