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otherwise no, attention will be paid o them. •
111 notices for meetings, &c a d other notice ,
which have heretofore been loser , d gratis. will be
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Exeliange at New
9 a 9i per cent. premium.
Young l'instlewood, 111
ivh , was hung for connexion
St. Conspirac ~ has been al
a highway robber..
A respectable gentlem
Chattehampton was req ieAt
by a friend '4 his at Souttt•
mit himself to he weighed,
tornshrnent he broke the seale at the
wei4ht of 334 lbs.--1 preit strong in li
carton of the proofof the hr-ed of the real
North Devon stock. A le ._..,years since
this same gentleman gave • challenge to
some uthet young larniers to run at arty
distance, the wager was eagerly taken o f ',
and the heavy in in worm the bet.
Manchester, Bolton, until Bury Cara,
a'nd Railway —This ratlw y was °pc
ed for the conveyance ut, pr.sseegers , h,
the 23,-It of NI ty, .1111 1111 tll4 r tit •
average number of pas-em ers travelling
'bv coaches im the turn,iik road het a et•li
Nlanchester and Bolton wa only 400, the
average since tite(rallwa). tt
as u,.eed ha•
been .1.200 per day, a buil( ng proof of its
utility and success. Activ preparation.,
ire 111 progress fur the cottvyattee of !tier
c:lntitle, from woteh a. Lug
petted. The traffi • on tl
pears, %Ili not be qff cult] I
ll being particularly sitdai
peer, commanding from
steady and increasing bo
are 10 mile+ of railway, r
canal. between Alaricheste
Bury; hut a branch railwa
riot yet been commenced.
Education arid Crime.,
for the present interinedir
the Salford Hundred coil
denoting the stare of ediici
the Ftsolftrs fir trial; frd
peals, that, of those rhanA
67 can neither wine nor 11
imperfectly, 27 can read 1
fectly, 11 can read well, - 1
and write imperfectly, a
and write well; and of thi
on bail There vs no lel
charged with misdemeai
neither read nor write, I
perfectly, a x can read .
lecilv, arid one cat, rt.,
Nut one is marked as hi
There. is now growin
Mr. Tailina. , Ingham,
near Gatoshorougli, a
specimen that 'leant&
the variegated Scotch
sures nine yards in circu
two niche.; height,
mous quit tity of one
A t att between. il
and Burton•un Trent
played at Burton on riot
the 20th and •21st itiAt
was not plated out, but
tie great nuitib'er of r
Burton headed t he l.e te
ings, the latter gent
Burton First Inning,
Leicestershire First innings 4 3
Rutland must be a pleasant county to
live in., At the assizes last week there
was not a single ptisiner fir trial, and
only one cause at the Tsi prius bar.
We have recently ad an opportunity
of inspecting a railway signal erected at
the Grand Junction st thin, Blrmingham,
which, from its great implicity, and the
unerring.certainty with which it conveys
the requisite information, new the state (.1
the" points, to the drifrers of locomotive
engines,.both by nigl i t and by day, ap
peals to be an invent tin, highly tumor.
tent not only to the ilroprietors of rail.
roads, but to the pultlic-generally, as it
. will greatly tend to prefrent those accidents
which have occasional y, ric turred in con
iequence of the points (or sli.oots„ as they
are called) being. left i i a wrong position.
The invention consists of two discs, aln,ut
two feet in diameter, laced at right an•
gles, surmounted by a lantern showing
-four lights, but of ih ce .. distinct colours,
viz: two red s one blurt lend one white; the
-discs are painted to c rrespond. This ap
paratus is firmly attached to the top of
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ficient quantity of water in the boiler, an l two of 1
the furnaces were accordingly drawn. othing
particular oceured tilt about 8, P. M. wh
WAN ti it be.
ran to Very hard from NNE. T e vessel
was then nearly abreast of Berwick, site leak
in the boiler continuing to increase, ,t re deck
pumps, were unable io.clear her of the boiling wo•
ter. so , 54 to enable the-firemen to continite below,
to tire her. At .11. P. AL.; they bore up nearly
as fir as St. Atib ' s !lead, butt the water Was then
get ing above the aule•pkftes; at 1, A. M. the en
gamer reported time the engine would work no
I roger, the ship rolling headily from aid 0 side.
'I hey iitidiaiely set sail to draw heq off the
Wand, b.t the gale continuing, with ha weath
er, they could not see the lights, and at , A. M.,
she. fell broadside on a reef, two hood d yards
westward of the Longman°. Immedta, ry • Iler
the accident, the mate, with'one cabin pt ssenger,
and seven or the crew, lowered of Ire boats,
and having steered through the le.lge of tucks,
were picked up by a Montrose vessel, bound for
North. Shields, where they were sorely lauded.
The Forfirshire, shortly. atter this, again struck
on the rocks with. such violence that she parted
in two, when all on the Oct part'uf the vessel
(which Immediately went to pieces,) Reim:ling
the Captain and his wile. and the rest of the cabin
passengers, perished. A lit° boat fool
rough, on s. eir.g the signal of distress,
the /chef - or the ill fated vessel, and eal
the crew and four 'steerage passengsrs,
lore part of tie vessel, which was then
ter. Ihe li:e-boat also brought ot. al
dead bodies—a gentleman, supposed
ftev. Alr. Robb id Donki Id, and.-two'
1 I he active', iii 1111,114 d on board 20 cab
,iervi, tier steerage pa 4,4 lager, ' and la ,
i , Illi a crew 011•25; iii ali 52 permins, u
upearsiinit 9 wile ett‘i•tl to the dean
old by the boat than Bthiborougl
inchuly Ju relate, 31 bare perished. 'I
s a Coillpiele wreck, and atiost the a
' AVe understand that, lit a ruincrons
lie Coruhithis, natant! - by -lie go bet
vie /titail,ert tiers Coll res the yr, ci u
I the late ?roving I.ll.iikin, held mu ' l ' l ,
ie TuistiVhall—llit 14th d Pros n,..! in I
lie Co iiiiii tore ttoriivitimi.l) atitiroved
trreu.the tlettigri given iii by kr. Stye
u lycr Alijesiy luOcoil.rnd:
A few wet ks ago, Dr. Clark of Pall
ui Culblearn, a very fine speciniet4t t
loriii, wetgiiing upwards of dere
I N lib the exiii , plion of a yet I trger
t liivi_rea..lll liou ' is the e viable
virtEhipments ef Coal for the week, ending on "s• ~ , ' ll 1. '
t' 'oho ins she world ), rills is
Uniday evening last:
Shipp.- -d by
, elaw-are Coal Co
\ Reeve &Co
rge H. Potts,
It 4' Bolton
A Coal Co
Nyman & Nice
l' lines & Spencer
S Heilner . .
enpet & Taylor ' Rotate. Tons
21 . . 1151
• - 12
12 - . 660
9 C e d e c .o " o:o " :. ' yet di - ed .0 what wasi
kiatile, aim a very beautiful native ge 1.
! wind by th2gii;g to the depth of !Our 1
• 941 pi - . Clark liaviiig preceivt.d • indical.
f ''' , f. i
pr urelit c ml Ilia gel . :"...tnat p•atiat.iiivi
880 it exactly where t' anticipated. 1 tj r
677 10111: 44 re cut be' a Lipidary, ii wool
NOitity .111pId1.3:. in a rut al cabinet.
%Via Olympic Gurnee. —Tio se /tell
. 605 v and tic Elilllto , look place MI 1
633 , stn on tic Qtieer,'s Centimetre° d a d ;
560 coition iit the stained young genteui
to hold dies- games annually under
493 - I&tinativoo-.,' „nittneliilla, aiiii.iiiikeboicott. 4e °l."'"
, t respectable g
the 1070 and 1:8, vicinity. The rot
in the county of kilaentiy, resolved lint to de- list of l ' ie exerci-o
found theiithe in the shape ot rent tillage train
Quoiting:llop, slop, and jump; St]
the tenantry, to which under the new bill they
have been subjected. • Stith conduct carries with leap; Running high leap; rliroirrong ti
etaos n tulogium. I.et all other land -proprie Pii:ting the Stoner' Arelier); Itifre S
tors mingle the esnitiple thus et C. end in a short gem , Slmottlir, Nov it•ietrie. Ater ,
periral. the mime having been ' cut ~ff, there shall • • -, s
Is: an end to iiir,oi - 1, disi.eri•i , a), and bluoth.liml •
in Ireland.— Wuterfind Chien.
the eccentric shaft: employed •in moving
the points, and conserpiciptly turns with" it
with,unerrim7, certiiitov,and can be seen
at a great distance; affotding the engine
men or drivers ample tittle to _cavern the
trains according to circumstances. The
signal is-the invention of Dr. -Church, Of
Birmingliam i andlnis bejen patented ; and
i ! tiere is nn doubt it will, soon he adititted
by the rail way •cOmpantes generally.
The Portable Fire 41arm.-1 his in•
ventisii ranks aiming the most important
and useful of the preisentiday. •It is a ma
chine which acts through . the agency of
heat, rn that when an 'apartment has ac
(loved a particular degree of temperature.,
a ball is set in motion: the notes of which, it
is said, are iii a most nature."
price of this extradrilinary machine
is not excessive, and it may be ,eleganil)
.ti!ted to furnish rooms, .or fixed in ware
houses; with outside alarms.
Iv ear, $2. 50 wil.
Ivo lines Will bi
50 coups for ont•
'ed until ordere
e to becominue
$L per annum.
A'fe.v weeks bickwe.gave some partic
ulars of the accession of Sir John Leman,
Bit: t., to the titles and estates of the late
Sir 'Canfield Lein to Bart:, of. Northaw,
Hertfoitishire. 51r. John Leman, who
was a mechanic all hislife, is r.ow in his
54th year, and, whilst working as a stock
_and - 1 -4.44„v0rk "••• 4 `"
w :. great dant %
;vita it, the de.zndant guardin
- rneelf in a ea. her by means of a raised chair. A
tghbour came in and took the bowie knife, to
fa the delinquent, who ) by thiy time, had edged
in to the.door,and taken a start-- , they in.pursuit.
,e chase lasted to near the Lattiovills,,hote),
here the gallant, gay, Lothario received - a
a club that somewhat deranged the composure
comitenance, and the crowd interfered to
ye him. How the affair is likely to terminate .
dont yet know.
r. sun Of tum
uh the Catu
rl farmer of
usitors, to per
Schuylkill Coal Trade.
1),3 cau.ii, It up -
y the r tilway,
eti in that res
tid 16 wilts ol
it to Bury Itas
to sesei.ms fm
;tairia a coluinti
tom of each of
which it :IT-
T(' with teltai.
ad, 18 can read
i4d write imper•
6 can read welt
td five can read
ee who are out
Cornet D, ew. Soots Greys, whn*c sodden death
List week was annotioccd in our 'columns, had
hero pla)ing the flute, On amusement he was
fond of.l in the Royal ILirrackp, Dahlia, and
s,nt hi+ servant fur a bru!ther officer. to whom he
wi.hed to speak. The servsot was alisent only
a few , minutes, and .on his return he Omni Mr.
Drew a ,;111 1 )3C. On a po,A mortem easminatvon
was.found that the row ore of a blood vea-el on
the brain was the MINN/late cause of death,
rn. Of th,lse
Ors, seven can
ye can read im
Irish Waste Lied Society —An adjourned
meeting of the prmoictora wan held in 0111
Brood alreet on Tuetolay. Col. flohimooi in the
chair. Tile report atited that. to conformity
nth the Intention tonifted sit the hat meeting. ,
the director. I.nd taken the leasc of tin mottle tit
S ign, containing shout 5 7(10 statue acres, on
the posaeaaign of which they erpertd.
• The Munster Aaaizes throughout the whole
circiiii, cionpri,ing the great 411 , 1 p rp,nbrts awn
ilea of (!irk. I. 'rick. Clair, and Kerry, have
prove.: maid , n. The old. at init.. him nt never
8.1%. the day till now that the emlenetera [lithe
county and city nf Cork were d..p.,.. e d of with.
n o t a ainele c tpilal cooviction, Tbe Connaught
circuit, ineloding Roenommati, Leitrtill;
Hayti, and Sign, !tats proved - imiiden hkevv , ,ie.
Nut a %mgt.. eamt..ll eonviction. In one cane on
ly did a jury liemiiite in innrounre a verdict of
aryl:tint, and that wail at Gllway. where two
men were given to Fharge 14r niurde-. Thep).
ry not being aide in agree were theetinrged, and
the prisoners have been detained till the next
A lel %Ca.
and write well
rking, lied a supe
in the garden of
f Stow Pastor,
I and rare plant,
hustle. 'lt inea•
it'erescr, ,s feel
d bears the error
iundred and our
Ticket clubs wit:.
day aiiii . ruesday,
.iit. Tile game
in consequence of
us by uiiich the
V- U) the
A funersl procession net the Lord Lieutenant
on sonic of the road- about Dublid—hailed, and
gave him three cheers !
Mr. Roebuck has addressed a how letter to
Mr. O'Connell.;wbich is published in the Times
A il Thursday mornmg,-wherein he makes a vio-
lent persons! atirrek on the Member fur Dublin,
charging hint wtth inciting in rebellion whilst
making prof...moons of peaceable intentions. Thix
attack is caused by a speech of - Mr. O'Connell's,
in which be ehareed Papineau, and the other
leaders of the insurrection iii Canada, with fully
and wickedness, and crime, by breaking out into
Lady Mary Alethea Talbot will be shortly led
In the altar of 1:i men by the ruing Prince Do
ria, of Rome, Ytbo, besides immense pn.sessions
in Naples and Tuscany, has the . three finest
palaces in ROI; containing the most splendid
collection of rittinting% in Italy. The nuptials
are in be cele4tated at Rome. The Prince is in
the 24th year 4f 'his age, and her ladyship is in
the 9.lst year. the hi niece to the member for
There ra not; 'everf-proapect or p cnntint.otta
railroad fromn !,nodon,lo Edinburg rind Glaagow.
/11dattaely !ate of l6r Porfersitirr.—We dreiay
rpgrct tukccord the 1”.1 of the steamer
Fel hstahire. ibtfPuckfee. She left !tell on %Yens
nemlay, lest Wet*, and had proceided as fir as
Flamborough Weed, when it was found imposst
ble, fur some Aekwi in the pumps, to keep a sof.
POTTSVILLF, A. SA
The ner Eartaishwe lately . ; reeked. had
58 souk on hoard; of whore 0.14 weje
This' is one of the most distress', casualties
connected with, the history of:Aetna t osig a llea l .
On the evening of lasi Tharsda,... week.; the
family ot . .lohn Pitee, E-q .of Plap 14adnik.• AR
elrsey, were suddenly 'donee& On the - most
poi; slant distress. Wilham RullodetV Prier, Eaq..
the youngest son,
.went in Ansaii a;tiff' 6,r a
leo? .... r*rxenr 4 inn rut / the. Menta. a tteintle% by
m_ Jones, house ear-motet. f.41;." , 11
their trait hark onree all at mice, miconstnuence
(done of them-leaving his seat; noels the tinfortu..-
nate young mm sank to tine ~,, more
A c party is about to be foritrecOn Philadcl•
adell'his. Inhe called the .11.4n010n, Livery sd.
and.Philadelohni Steam Navigatlee t'omnarle.`,
w fih a ea pi, al fit X 1511.1,00. 25,11011 s h ares 01E10
'.each They 'are to tmild hmt sheath shins. two
to sail to hoodoo, welching at Cork. and two lc.-
' , oil to liveroool, touching at I.l4lfast.—Niith
Wales Chronicle, -
TO A NI EII DER OF
• DION SOCIETY. i •.
[From ihe Shrewsbury NOws.]
Shall Cambria'e harp, on Csinibrives hik"
• Ir. Cumbria's vales be heard Ora more,.
While music flow". in all her'rilli,
And music soundron every stlore?
How oft have rock rind Galley 'Hinz
In idiot's loud:prolonged, sup clear,
'I he strains that Taliesin sun g ,
And - prineely`Aladoe tolhear?
The Saxon sits on Cambria's ilitnne,
And Saxon bards attune her lyre; •
Is Cambria ' s imul of music gorM, •
• ,And sleeps for eye her bardielftre
It cannot '!—Rive Cambria's 'Strain, '•
Gobannimn lights heibeneciti-blaxe.
And bids•thee emulate again •
The hotels of the btudte days; 1. A.
Peniyn and.Golynos Iron Work.—We 'under
stand that the proprietors of the iron and coal
works and than!, of the Golynos it n works, near
Pontypool, have united their-este lishmentiu and
are about to eitend their opuratto a by the direc
tion of forges-and rolling which, when
completed, 3,01 place the concern on a footing e
qual in extent ti inost,,and.supellor to many a
stablishments of the same minim
Tan gentlemen near Cardiff tit
at work on the TafT Vale R• 1114.
the other wha the meal ae employ 4
Mitigator . , t /omen*" said they
the wank goes on xminimingin."
A brand!' of the Dittningliain
has been established
shire, and. upwards'of ineinhe ,
Large and salushic i semi of it
discovered nn a Dart of the It
property of Sir Thomas Lethbri
are in be forthwith worked. yid
the furnaces at Victoria,. in Wa
;he Hon. Hamlet is connected.l
that coal in large quantities at
veins of ore. If this should tor
-°.' , c) - •=-- t', *. t : .
• .• 4
LE, ENIERA I, ADVERT.
1 1URD.A.Y MORNING NOVEMBER 3. 183 g.
Mt, a large field of industrj will be •00111 open
eel, and affdrd ernploymeait tohubdreds.
The &at stone of • new chu4b at Ddobigh
was inid on the 9th alt by Mr. Moyston. o f Sog
rwyd. T he building fund amounts to .EINDO.
fterthEstortordinory.—On Thursday, thd wife
of Mr.Psge p a workmen in the empinv of Mae
bre. Price Washbourne, of this city. The Pingu
tinny of the mrcurastance aas that the •`lady in
tile straw" , has a grand 'daughter and ,and
grand daughters both of whom were present at
the accoucement.—Gloucester Journal. ,
put or to
ed five of
l ore three
le be the
le el the
I body tot
in, di elf
l e, bculetur
his lA. illy
Ile f 1
lora' it cup
0;e Link. °I
lit to the In
r: o n of Tunk
wV•g I u
I nding high
i lk: 11Iiiiiinor;
, ese Courier.
ring come men
:ay, one asked
ied were called
ra have already
n ore have been
dhn Hale, the
I • 'not., which
the ore tent to
tee, with which
It is also said
in under these
out to be car
SPIRIT'OF THE ENGLISH FRES&
A farmer who occasionally accommodaied a
neighbour with a finch, of bacon al a billing
season, being applied lo as usual, replied. ••1
Minna yet made up my mind whether A . shall
kill mysel'Allis year, or tak.ea sade.of n 4 fey
A Siitor's-Charity.—Two sailors met—the one
look( d doviticust and forlorn; the other ateol.ted
him,. Shipmate, vt hat'it . the matter?" ••Ah,"
said the forlorn man, ••1 am sick and dnstitute
-1 have no 'man:) , to supply my wants.!' The
other pm hid baud in los pocktt and pound out
his moary without %eigh: or measure. A men
chant !calking on, said .Shipmate, you certainly
ought nut to du so--)oti ought at least to take a
note of him )our money." 'j am ho mcr-
cham," said the sailor, "I never take ogles fur j
'Mort Connubial —A tcrmsgardk i hAd — hcr
spouts: that Ale klieved he woo rci..it dr° the d,ev.
II; "only by mat riage" woo his reply. 0 . ,
Womeir make their advances as time make
his. Al 21), wiwu LIIU aware aplrf 14 . 8CiltIli to pay
nie they exclaim with all air ut s itariguid ,
indittrvnac- - Wito la Att3o,
dent look towards .he ways ant) quell
' inn& 1,- - Wtat 11. lii?" At 40,
a's n,rif ti; Ma tie !he it) ant-1.001 r*lectitobi;
and ilicluery chuhges Liftif 111 , 0—"WillCh to he?"
tie &lima 7 h vie ut 60, the an u:ous
prt pits to 1t upbn any prey, and ca.
Claimed —•• t% In nC is hi. 7 .!
Bill —Tina prescoled
tibou r Jot :cir • d.— Ife
it uet r zpn:..ed mach r• utptim,
lire aun •~uul, "Why it Orgies we tbiit you
ild.o made out a wetly ruiihd bill "1
ow pi. inutile it it it roilud one,” quctk
"'and 1 have come here tit-resat) , tur the purinAe
of getting it squared." ,
Costly ile!ar.—One of Nciator.'s teeth 'lkea 'sold
in it:4s to Lod Ithaltebhury kir, 4106. Of it
into ma „tooth, arid could ernitef, Annie of
bts inte.likenee, it Was Dot dear )
Bun Vut:i—A well-known literary character, not
rerintikable for the purity of hia morals, talking
"He day wan the tnibret - in
b ograpity, cunt, .-1 Plinuld be owirry
i base written illy Ille"ltiolier rani, tieruie
yuti hrverisriolett-11," replant
An List woo Caine over With (hoer.
a 1 M.iure , heteg, •i,.ed he diet
pculay yep," replied he, "too
much; I was in the hospital. almost all the time
1 was there...".
The Heart.—litwornen% the heart ii the cit.'.
&I, awl all lie rest, mare is,ibeirbi; in tact'. an
isieuimicteriblo outwork. which can be boat with•
out injuring the strength 01 Olt Alert' .
Periodical Storiet.-1 he eelebrateltßObb Dud
' ditigton sins v. ry lethargic. Fallmq asleep ohe
da), rtter d g walla Sir lirchrrd Temple awl
Lor4 thc gi , Lia lobe .Intter reproached
Uutleingluti ttrth hus Mow pumas. Dlltlillitgluel
: dented hiving beea a.leep & to prove he It'idbecii
hot, he offered to repeat all Lord Cobham been
a4ying. Conham challenged Mtn twat's°. pod
dingtonrepeatcd a stony, and Lurd L'Aubhato
t.wned • eltat ht had been telling u. "And )tt.'
satd Dudthugtott, ^1 ded nut hear a 'word of tt
but I went to sleep, because 1 knew that abuu
tilts tune . of day )ou would te,l that !teary."
. .coinethingant of Nothans.—The rs nihilo nih
fit we. dipproved by a Mr. Peter Finlay tkde.
nave, who. a as bought up on petition. in t h e In.
belitors' Court, on Saturday se`iinight.
On being asked what tie was, lie replied ••uotli
lug," but adinined tiled lie had created debts to
die amount ed
Langtry:gee-I'p kern nothing but languages,
is LO %print une l s atonal- in Liu" lok fine pur•ea ta
n I or, to the Land's [Asyut, in all the
'tongues, witlio..l bra) (tug it (it any. '
A Ber leaving discovered the secret
mf broody !aim 4/;•.111 9 n herbs, by a
masa ccuouinicat. toot-ram, u temperance society
in that capital, alarmed tut the health and mer
its of the population, have, it istasserted, offered
him 75,01.1 u florins not to publnli has secret,—
A •lover once told his mistress that if he had as
'many lives as l'ittiatch, ho would risk them all
was going," said an - Mailman, "over West;
muster Bridge the other day, I met lilt flew.
•ay• I -hove are )Del' "Pietty .well 1
' thank you !luridly" sap I,e; 'says I "that's not
my name." -Fenn, nu moie is inine Hewing,"
sap lie! ."So we look at each other, and fadh
it turned out lit be neither of us."
. Testi in dress.—.Wumenhilwaye • show more
taste in ado enteig others thin ,ltirmselves; and
the reason is, that their persona are like their
heath—they readvile.autther'e better than they
can their own. -
A Slinht 41Ibitake.—A certain ci 'zee asome
repute, Who wait present at the reception of.hlar.
anal boult sty the Dock Company, brought home
to his lady a note which a teiend had given 111113
of the Marshal's speear, beginning, as it 04—
"reprouve uric profound iMpression en repoodent
au toast Make de potter M. 36 President." "I do
not talk French," said the Worthy citizen, but I
Understand coo igh of it, r to omltive that old
Souk, began by approvingithe same and porter
we gave Min.
' A deceased judge had 4 defect'in one of his
limbs. from wawa, when 'lie walked, one •lb e t
described almost a circle found the Other. Mr.
Curran being asked how his Lordship still con
trived to wale no fast, ansWered—"Do n 't you etc
that one leg two bcture, like a tipstaff and elenr•
the way -fur tl:e other.
A Distant Connection.—A young man, ade
baidatt on' 'Change, had occasion, the other day,
to employa notary to draw a legal documeaL
lie was rich in baptismal nem& having no less
than.three.. When the docuprent was given him
to read, before signing it. lie We. surpAse,d to
find that he was named ai "R—TY--;-„Jr. on
the one part." "the aforesaid It—," ..Irx. Ste.
Laying -dawn the dominion,. he rentarkedThat
Ihrit was not the name. "Not your name;' said
the attorney, 'is not Mr. q--n--your fath-
. . . ,
n % ,
' ~.. ' N... _
err "lie is a distant connexion." replied the
young merchant,'Mut my name is
.The dctise u•ia," said .the no.
tary,"well, I shears thought you wire - a ado of
1 sin," answered Mercator, Jr.
with a smiling lace, '•I am proud to call that
good man Ilky father." t Kell , how ilieh;" said
the astonished notary. "can you call 1 a die
lent connexion?" "Because, s lten I last heard
from him, he was in Paris." The not, ry mibbed
his pen, and cumtnenoett drawing a new - set of
Queen 'Adelaide proceeds to Mahe next month
ilithe flaming., which took lend Durham to
gtnacl3. She carries twohdic.ofthc bed-cha
her. and two .naids of honor with her Lady
Sheffield is to be one of the first, and takes all
After Prince of Cambridge embarks for Gib.:
miter, his father and inioncr visit Scotland,
where the Dote of Cambridge has never been.
tic is Baron Culloden in the, Scotch pcerage,
but has'never been in Scotland:
The QM r. remains at WinclonV till November
9. She has, to please the Irish, ordered a huge
qitatitity of Insh poplins, which she would as
rosin eat as wear. lien tastesare foreign, which
are odd, as she has kerb brought 'up in England.
King Leon , .ld wit. Present.' in. him carriage,
during part of the Great Radical Meeting - in
The rebuilding. ofthe Parhamebt house.; gnew
on aleWly. The pew erry.af Exchange vela be up
in 3 years..
..An fri t h pliear,•_hamed . la
:118:Gan!ey, :is flaing
fi t p-n 1; 1 0.4 Gtr' tate of tlse'edatal ru,,ap.tate.. to Le
' t entailed 4 triektdrii:r et 'Le lute at 20 ratls
un hour! ~ • , ' !..
.1 he great S. Lorer ha. .fiern crrkri by Lord.
Chemerfield's D.)n Jll,lll, (1:011 , 11, I Prey.
lon , ttnd :11r. Perl.loo't Litnetcost. The %inner
WAN the "tadTxrite (2 to ag:tinNt hies) end
icy Other. near ur rank ruining.• :Lend
Chester&ld bet heartry, arid wins an runnensu
TilC f 1,111,14.1 or hor*es rtat plarted fur !hi) St
Leger, (7.) ItelC Paattsll,-.t Mice leo.
The go , en is rani in Tajn.'popia.
1.1 rit v. '1
he tail'eold r uns close to % oridsw, and
the Qoeim coto44olly waik ' s on the itrracr.
the people I slit dos. nCo %V incisor in tookdleds
by c ourlr»tt y. may pre tier,—tins
Perk and ail ela4es is a great villt!t,
lint entteih3te. Iloenwht:c, Lard
' Thslihourne 11VC,114 COLI/: . :
~e s atl clang, except, the politieel bet o 1 v. bid'
he ts•t the bead.
A - TAI..E OP TUE PASSIONS.
Antonia l.,nii ltt was the best amidst) I'll
prdfessi tttt iu Nap lie a Oa ao4k
er 1;riti.1... 1 ; a depart in Fit art„for
litit ilielan's beret!, lung gale
br,ded. . Antisian . s skill bud' gain& loin
rrputution u. d abill.dant empiny timid, and
irons o his WOI kshop had Issi.ied the great=
er Dumber~ of ii;e vandelabrAs .and 0111
er metallic ornaments in be I.uud itr
the palaces ofNnplea. The brot.zt-work
er: had grown rich • by his nectipatima, but
the. u-u .1 concomitant of riches, p. Me, lie
hail eacheaed. lie stilt •lattured .awa.Y
'at his trade, with his oivn bands, confi
ning his per4onal aneinion chief), to li t e
finer aid more difficult emelt a winch he
way rt.-citified in (lbtwine, wh,le men in his
employ •inamikactured, in a large and sep.
erate workshop, the. common articled of
One evening . , ai A ntonio sat alone in the
little' apartment where he pursued Iris la
ti.tis, ho was informed that a lady wished
to speak with him. •' He desired her to be
admitiedThe tilit or was a
1--tiile a and stately form a id ear•
ru4i,r, with a dark thick'‘'eil thrown over
her head and lace, so as tti prevent the
brioa.--wiu•krr Iron discerhing the . fra-
tures beneath. The lady, ferr sue)) her
betnkeaed her to' be, 441 not speak
until the servant who•had admittedi her
had lett the rim for some' moments--
Turning then-her glance from the door to
Jomelli, and seating herself in the chair
which he had placed for her, she raid, it, a
voice a hiCh her hearer thought the most
sweet and'itiellifluous that had ever fallen
upon his ea-, but 'which seemed strangely
agitated, • considering the commonplace
matter Whielf'..lt uttered, "You work in
bronze = you can make bronz-i ornaments
ut all kinds 1 1 Is - it sir 77- "It it, lady,"
replied the artiran," and I shall be proud
to execute any, thing of that nature for
you:* "Yes, yes," sail the lady, "I wish
a piece of work dune. I have a statue of
great value—the statue of a conqueror
and king—dune by the hand crf a first-rate .
. It is perfect in every respect but
.one: it wants a chaplet of flowers to adorn
its temples; and this is what I wish you
to make for it." "Is thp statue of brorizi,
madam?" was the anises question. "No,"
replied the lady, "it is white, of pure niar.
bre, and you must paint the chaplet of that
colour when you have made -it." "What
form, then, lady, do you choose it to be
of I" said the artist; "a hat shape nr pat
tern shall the ornaments have 1 - But, per
haps. 1 had better see the statue, and Mea
sure thegiNtle . nstons of the head?" "No,
tio," , ,,Mi*ated the - visitor hurriedly; "it
will net 'be necessary. I have looked
upon it so often that I can tell' yoti per
fectly -well how large It is. Toth. dwn
head is very near itt'yes ; you cannot go
wrong. If you fit . - the Chaplet to your own
head." "And the fashidreof the orna
ments," madarnet" - "Let it be heavy.
very- heavy.", replied the hidy, sinking her
voice to a concentrated whisper; "let it be.
very weighty, that it may mit fall -asi
ly; and make it jagged; end full o sites
inside. that it mil adhere to the brows of.
the statue." 4 -Still, lady, the bandirboubf
be wronght in soMe ornamental
said Antonio. "Do- that as you Piet47
was the lades•is ply: "but retnenilier,,,it
is to be heavy, an 1411 of spikes; mid .tor.
get 'not that it is!l to be painted white',4o
as to resemble
. flivers, Andeuow,
will it be finisliedl" "Oh, . in - , te*
days, inutiarne," aid the lutist._ "A few
days !" cried theilady. vehemently; rising .
fr . her chair iit!the same tiMet"ii
be r eady to-morrew. evening, sir 1 I. :Os;
have it to-mort Ow l 3" "I cannot do justice
to the chaplet ; lady," lain-the bronze.
worker, usionisheid at her irolence , of nine;
"the ornamental part "l . care:not
for any ornamenq.4," was the. hasty triply;
`•make it as 1 hate directee; and to-mor
row 1 must • havd it, bi•eause—beestiaie t
um• to have a puffy, and wish 84.0 be or.
(lenient - ed." "Well', madame," said the
artist, 7resiznedb), ' 1 shall du my endear 1 .
your. And whither shall I have the horr:
or of sending tt l' i ' ' 1 shall call for it. my
self et this hourto-moriow,'und slialLpay
you it It it you ;will for it. Remernbei
whiit I have_ said, heavy end set 'With
spikes.": l Witli ?these WoldS.the•lady de..-_
depart-d; leav MO; nu 4,4nvelit s maid: : thpii
iiitpressinic fiat s , fanciful as "many , o f his
Clot incr e - rnplpyerlt. had%een, this new Ame
vox the most Highly o f all. .
* *:oli. the evening 1011owitts thaton which •
this singular ord6r Was gi‘emto the artist
Joinelli, al the :gratidves and liishionahles ,°
0 .Naples, and lint a,sinall pact uf.tho pci. 1
pula..e, w e re op this' move towards. the 1 ••
sptend.d th -ore of_San cartels; • A piece . 1
orgreut inieress was to I,ie pet formed, snit.
the prime dontia, • who was - )eung - and
l•heitut ifut,w4ts Ihr elquis,ile voraliStSigno--,'
ira Marina. pie•hiny had but lately been. .
appo tiled to,Mket. tire part orcltiefingni4r, •'.
and h a d thereftwe supt rcefed one Whn :
bad forinetly bruit her acknowledgerlstv
.pi-riot---Aiitlarite Gianiria.' z ebniadeking
the- comparative huindiation,,ithich Ms k ,
dente Ganibrici had endured in tiii4 eyes . • .
,• f the 'N ea poliimis, it is ifs not idle sup...v .
posed 'hat .sho tvould on tito present: oeCi- .
Sion make her tipperance in the house.--li,
But , few knew the leill character of Omit'
bunter Cavottrite. 'l'n the 'est.ttiiittfildef;
and we tt.,u!d add, the drli,glit of ihe - tiu-.
trtencibtliattsbOtei attended;-es.-it for tha
iiurpose or ackficmledging ,:. the nierirs end
the tpturoph 4.1 the inimitable
Marina. She hppealed in one of the . most
cinispieunus pa rt of the theatie—the front
corner of the Lipper b.or overhanging thik
stege, • $
Before the rs l pera commented; the .au:
dience tailed out the name of their fortriek•
favorite, CamUries, anJ cheered her for
her • seeming, freedom from jealowdy, id
being pies-su On such an ciccasion.,- . Tha
obi •ct of i heir .lat tent ion, however appear.
ed to be abaShed by the ' plouchti . shs
had :tits ni, and m ived not a Muscle.
in reply, but, half ravered by her veil, at
.with her ey e fixed on the stage. They
piece at length cpmmenced, the young-
prima donna appeared, and the cheers
were long and loud. Marina had not been
over.ptai.e I, tither as regarded' her tier
sin or pert. reatnce. Eve , y step whtet
s'te took acroitsi the stage elicited 'admire
t on, for her to ivements were like: thotia
. f a sylph; evary nose which s'te' uttered
dr .w forth applaus •; for her voice was
sweet and strong as Pnilomers. In. every
wing of the piece she was ruccessful,'but , •
attention , and expectation were chiefly
riveted upon One song, once GrOmbrictis
mas'erptece. Marina ut . length . reached -
thi4'part of the opera; she was then alone
upon the stage. •See sang the first verse,
and the audieece were in rcpturesi She
sang the seiOnd, and crowns of flowers
were scat teroli upon e stage, while even
A.Len orici waS see the audience tp.,
plauJ. She 4ang: the third and last, and,
in duing so. Chanced to stand immediately
_h-low Gam4ict's hox. To' the delight
.if the s:pectaiors, Gambridi rem at that
moment withla large cruwno f flowers, and,:
waving it in the air, threw it down - .unlit*:
young Marina's head. The erown-boundoi
- ed from the Itigner's Wow and rolled along:
th e stage, tv,lnle Marina herstk fell .preS,
trate on the boards: She•-gave- otter
scream, andinever &poke or motertertini t ,
The.fluwer.dovered Crown-ns chapter wig
the heavy Vronze one made by Jefilelli,
and one.ef the spikes bad entered the vic
tim's brain tet
It would:, impossible to describe the:
confusion, the Itorror,ltie execrations that
ensued. Gambtici ham.. ' g . r . aliAtici 'her
malignant r venue, seemed c,Miltritedt that:
she wou'd av for it with: hit - life; . -18 he•
had slain he rival, the unforturritaLllforP•
and was satisfied. DreadfialPmusr
those paswons have becni:••ar.likiiii: could
p roo vt they execution of selnithiillowed'a'
deed. Lnoscing round heravith idtdr# and
reckless ind ifference , she did not - I . :ignite
the sightest attempt to escapt!,?qinewits
forthwith Seized and speedily=ibrotight •
tip justice. IA ntonin Jomelli tree eonficill- '
ed with Ire i• flit form's sake, - end avoised .
havifig ma& for her the fatal wreatiu - .;.'it
has only triiiba tidied, that•stie did-nolthe'
on the scafflild,- but put an end i ttilterf.i.i
istence by Poisogb in the prison where ob.:
! • ,fo',lr