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f t MKi ri icjt Mi'inleil til III lllr i'mnitlo ol
,iuii f I'rlanit. tlmnti. livvuniiua iul olumtna
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" CHKAP NBVy &;Sl!faNp BAND UoOK SlORK,
NurlhW'esl, corner nf t'ourih,"oni( .Arcli , Sl.rtet
I.aw Btwikt. Thi-ologiral and Classical IJopka,
" ' MSBICA1. BOOKS.' '
'mOQRAlUUCAA mroKWA lBOOKS.
, HXl fcC6QL-looKsi
SCIKNtlFlO and Mathkxaticao BO'KS. i
""J Jutenlle Boohs, in )reat taritlif.'
Hymn Books and Frnyt Hook, Bihlf a, all sizes
.i 1rt i t! . i I. ff' -f .
j. iBioic 'j?ooI-, Tfriing Par, and Stationary,
i.. . !!'.' - :
r?" Oitb prices arc much I vwer than the HEnrr. prices.
IT.llilarina and ainnll pnrpclanrbuVa nnrph-iael. ,
'IT Bo'iVa iTip xtcil M nrnVr frm Ti'md n. "
Philadelphia, April!, 1Mv t . .i
t" t;l eri s 'rtvSnsxtoN wnnniAN'TS
ii iittrt lrlprH in i'e1. .
... i .V. 3 -Atk -V ;;. 1.. ,
.. f 'rMivtiiiiti vwi hai'il ' ' Hyi ' It" i'1 '"' '
G R OC E IU R Fs T E A S, "WINES,- f- R K O.-:.
f o'wti'ch thy lUpi-cilnHv1 ni'-'thi'' aitAtiiti
nl th .ulitif - ' ! ' 1 "
All k'lid- offonii'rv iroHucp tnk-ii in -Xi liiini;
for ('inrori nW t'.uii("iiiiii.
., J'llll yUll J ;ll .1 r , y . , . .. ,. ,.
Mi. 15 'A txri'mUimt fast Mc drncn stunt,
r:, . 1II1I,AHJ'IIA. , ., ,
-x ., . J HENRY COULTER, ";
1"HJWF.SfE:TI"UI.LY'iiifo.m bis frifiiila mid
Siij ' rilD lhnt ii ctmstant y keps on
kdii4 lr)f asort mi-iit of Mil ilrrn iwtl dw
I'MCliea, Chan, ('rail ' niatki-f and Have
ling biMkets, aixi ewryvartiy of baskfct jwork
nMufitctwi:r(hi' ' ' " ' -i
n'tmmWy VI tctiant wrrAt htbprs lio with to
piirthaBB IW'a itkr n ml. .anl rbtip. would
du ur to -pa lorkhmi. a tii-y are al mnulac
tiird by hrra itrt-lie bnrt ifiMinir.
I'hl-pl.iili' 8. 1848-Iy1 "
WM OrMASONf.f -'.-i n .
4S Cif.'HHt 3 ffi-nn rihorf W , Vhihrblftlua
Walch pnprB. f-itfJls' h&n iW. R-aU anil
ftampt lof fliU'Pp.lloM-a',. f!.Wi-iif .IVtnpcrante.
((.., &c. 'Alwayi on hanil a RHtirral HssortrtiHiit
ot Fini Tariry t!iod finld pens nf eyi'ry quality
'louTolMr in itV variety.- ' Kitscravrtr inula
(ml rr,atVTia1.' V" ;' 1 ' 1 ' " ";
Alncy.roT ftte Marl'ifacWirer if filaJsirrs D'..
ntoto! ' " ' " ' "'
Oh'A-s fir-r rra'rl '(poM'pnil) itl .jmwctilnlly
ttnM-tft "i '"''' "'u ' ' ' ' ' ' ' "
rttiU.IlpMi' April f; llSy '' " . -
Con ave Iron. H to S-p f enu " ' 1
TJY prrrhmtnff tlfir OILCLOTHS tliivil
jlVifrjiHV JhM""lt':'"r?' t " t -
,Tt ..pO't'TJER fcC-tfeHtflMfttA .!
Irav.e'op'e'i.eH .WreKoii. No MS North Third
.wWe-rhiy wiH alway k.-eflrf bid'aTomplfti
.otrnVitl 'of ;t P"'"' jfi.Ct.rWj
V ,. JS SB. iO. 48 and St nth - WMte.J Ti '
.irtl. PaMitrtli and l;liiii'm-4M rnaW, on Una '
iirr1Wi atw! liara ' Tnblt Oil Vttl.hu nf the
moat dcairaltt J r-rn. 3i, 4fl ud Stu hi i,
wide Mwr'O'l Clo'h: Irani OT wtin to 'Jl
fori wlfle W)-!? 'tpatntmeT. lha npwpal tylf
Vf paftrfns.'altof thHr,n-vn tnantfaetuf Trana
pat-nV Vimlow fhd.-a. Cmii fie '. AH gnoda
warranted; , -ir-'i .-..i: : i . , .'
- Phita! May t2l" J8 m' 1 ".-' ;''.'
VlilST PREMIUM PIAffQ tOHTSS.1
ra:,HE SUBlEU basbfen appninte(i aaenti
a for the sale of K AD Miiilili 8 Vr-Lr.
BKATEUPRB-IUM KOSE WOOD PIANOS,
t rtiislae. '-Thse Pian.n hve J filain. ma
eive and hiaatinil fsu.ior finish, and, far jleptb
bi loiip.'anj uleganr of workmar.akip, ara not
aurpa.ied by any in th Umtad States ' ' '
Thae Instruments ar highly approved of by
n moat umlienl Ptnfi-ntora and ..'ornpoaurs of
Muaic in Ihia and other (illel - a' '
For qnalitlea f tonr, tnurh and keepint ia
one, upon Conrert pitch, tliey cainiHt b aoi-'paa-ied
Ky aithrr' Ami-rit an or Euitipnaa pianos.., '.'i
-. Smlfice it toaaf that MaiUma Caaiallan. W Vj
tVatlac. Vieo Tcinpa, and hit antt-r, 4h rle-;
lira led Pianut, aiul anany nihia nl, Ihf moat lia-!
ttinquiaberl patlottiM-". Ja aiven thus inalrn 1
tnenta prefcri-nee ovn all othra ; " .i n i ..i x , i
They havi aln r rnivrtl ttln fimt ,ioia fth!
ibre Ui.Ebjiinv"l.h.''-l i!v-'
by tha FwiirWtauii4illU d'd
amou.. mav ba a-enaUHe Wifre'inatri o.
,48 .ith Fnarih al. 1. .. -.rt.,.'i-- ;i"n
a ftTAanlher ilvr.,Mal: .aviariM ln,
.Ummi. hv rl -.Ftahkk'H Jiv'M VV. r V1 l'v
the bl P. ano in th- t xh h tinn a.'.l i
Aa-aii.-a. "hr eKhihttot. lit It.- FiJ-ikl-ti ..alt j
tut 0.-I tS H-filrlrJ...i-iti m dal .
awar.M Mwt lix fcflwon MhiaikV;
'. 4,,! b.ra twtar4-4 t iib -WWiinn Ai.'ht- vai
bfir.a) ka (touimI vox haliarf wJ-.l)l ial i
r amnion eirnia an ,hr Urrumei.ta ikm;tbip lh:
.l..li)amlilllM. ! S: i I li".
Inatitnte. amMaya. tfrerntun.rwaa waaravi
la C..iMevl, to h k-at Piano- .at h fihibtVon
Ci Mr trva1 "i" v''al im M-
Uilonrai tortbekaaf "'" B''""0"
1 near r'a.iaa ariin .." .... --
r'atffa; iipTiiladlpbja pcira. if not something
-1-, (peraonf arc reqteH to call and am j
tutiM. 11. B. MASsER.
Stjnbury, April t, lis!.
GHS, OF, POESY; :,
TrT-" ... ' ' ' t !'i ; 'n-vrrr
THE AITER S PPAT1I BED
Ti-eid jsoftlya-wihrt mh
In Teverent siteifdff tmr--
No passing iljojl -Joth toll
., Yet an imniovtal soul ,
) , Stranpp'r f however frreal, tKj,i. j
v i i Wilt holy tetreiwir bow'; . l.'v ' j
'' Th'sone? lii that poor fhrd-- " ' '
"j!".'. One by Ihrtt palry Wd- I
"ri Greater han tjiij'u ' " ',, - j
ti.'i !.. f i
Bon with that MrstrV ir,-, UJ i
. Lo ! .death doth keep his state ; ... '
hh-iitcf rtfiHtTloid I
Enti'r no rruards defend
'' .;,,lTi-fnlnce UMbr - :' " 3'!'r
- THnt rmvprnont, dump and fol, M '
(Mr ..No emilina courtier trendy ( r . ,,
,;I .,, Utio,siIelit uornan stanil.i", 1 ; .. . i :
Lifting with mwijrre hitndri " '; :
' !l '- -A dying head.'. '"j'J j' ' .
' ' No miri!.'lips vpitres somul-r
An infant wail alone i " 4 ' :!
A. Virui!l-:again , , ;
That ShoM,1 deep fmfsty nnd then
. J : .- ! I .-. 'i i !7.1
,, ., . Oh ! rhnnre Oh ' wond'rpusehangi.'--i
,H a 3. ; .'.. '-I'- j a. i
Burst are the prison bnrs-1- ;
This riiomenl there, go' low,
Sn iirronisCrl, nnd'riow" ' ' ' ; M k
Beyond the stars
' H. AS.
0 ! ehiTue jtnpen Ions ehuimo ! ,
There lies 'h-1 sinHps clod 5
--Thn" rtTMi-t .liiinV - -
- I'ri"" - 'f 1 ':..' i ' 't 7 .'
' ' : "nT:tt vii'-tr-.'r.'
, - , . ;
r.K l r! --rl'ur. -'.'.-.'ii ' ...
Am :te h.ivc ,;! 'rr. 't'i
I -a-!M( r tit :
Tn "vnlh T ei'lt !t rniti t 'r. ll ' '; ' " '
. Y'l'Q'U! wlnt ar Oie r""i ?
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I vetyt l';u twenty u!i, vrt rjn-.vr- ! ,., ;. . l
A spinster's lot is h'.r-l tn KvV
On earth nlone to tis hr 1i-H'vs, ' ( .(
. Ma I !pis ,!ouv) thin.
No oflnrj ye-no off.;'f yut !. -. v ;. ?
I'm pn7.ied quite to make it out;
For every bean mv cap t set, , . . , i
...Wh'tt, whnt, what are the men nhoirt
Ttt 'V don't propose 'hey won't propone, ' 1
For fear, pr'ili.Tps, T'd not ny. f yes 1"
Jnst let Jjiem )ry-r,'or haven knows . ,. .
I'm tired of gir.cle hle-jsedness. ;u .''
Vn married yet not married vet
The (leii-eis hi the mep, fear i: ,. , j
I'm like ftT-ttmethins to be Ic,,- j ., V
Aed 1r h-fef ooc that's eler.iy" ' '
They s:i v " slu-'s pretty ;bnl no rli'tiK ' "
And love, with int it runs in debt !''
It nsitaty' ply Jwyrit'o think , , . .
i nut i nave p.'aii no oner yei:
,. (Froni Sharpe'a I.ondoa Maparitieyl ;
"UF.COIJT, K(rT TONS'
....ii i I a
' -t op Tltiri.lPf; " -e "
'" '"" Cbnchnletf.
On the bed lay a lonjrTvrry long,straisht
form, much taller than my mother, covered
with a white shpeL t Clara walked before
cov'erih?f the head". There. stire enou-h. !
. v.a.u.. -.1 . i . l .?r..vi: i
iav mv ii oi er tiiuciu nrm ncai niiu ms
ever, her sweet countenance,' with 'the
same expression. But oh! the, truth, at
uiicr iiasueu , uuoii niH-fie. xoux ur'tn.-.
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n c u j j u j i u '
Uriel, shame and despair had . done their
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work. She was dead indeed ; and all my I
. e e. i . . . -V !
projects;. Jur, , future. istiQBi ijvas, ai li
u i Tl. ,., ',.. 1
iliuillll, 4IIUI it'll. J IJI3 Viia IHW ot-.ei-nt
'. ,i-i .i . ... .
Stroke of a'l tQ my V0,''lg . .hear.,., I stood
like one in a trance y Clara and I remained
hand "in hand for some time! then we
UJ.aJ'I.I :h..kl . 1 li k. .1 t . 1 .. I .. 1 1.
iLtuivi-u at eu.i.11 utiit-i. utiu a"atii ui me,,
. -.' .
corose : then we snt. doWn nn tlwhP(l kk e :
and more thatl. an hour must ha? elapsed
before pither of ns xnokc. ' At lau I 'aid.
i ' . . ...
ni.f H iiMif
u u. i h .hinit At iviA-ac
c' vi . .1 'i'T kk;-'-' v'ii
if she did notnow what I meant. I said
ciara, uou caa , i. e.p .a , .o.u.:,. vu
not apnear to' understand me vbut.iwe
kneeled down, and I iwrayed; that is, 1 said
over and over again, uon nttip .
"God help us!" ta. osewereon y
words I could find, but they were from the
..I hut iho wpw irnm me
heqrt, oud .Ihejr ascpntled jtp thaFattojj' of
Mefeies; and we fovftf hup. ;:
I pass ,qvert.my nnojhef's unffal, which
topl .place jhe ."next day, and tha-qoncoise ,
.t .'.1,11, .4uVitoft " t Vtaea'Aver
the lamentation tferthe' pbor 'woman and
her habl .K thp VxpcratiOrtJ gainst my.
fattWtll o'C which wpnt to wy heart..
Mr sister aid irvvtelf went hdm. Where,
sww kind neighbors haj prepared for uaa
ley- necessaries ;an.1, we passed. Jt)e jest'ol.i.oev.-.tt ws wh( ,mm mwv; Mrpr
thn,diiy ia walking from room torootTnand
tilkiji r ovr, wjt , wqiijer ;vha.t..wr should
do. The next inorni nr, as soon as we had,
Mhl'W nioitr'titU ?bw;akfast,'ton'V, 6ne
I knoi.ke 1, at the d orv I OTned it, and who,
should . ak in, but my friehd, lhe chap-;
lair) hrthga-jt'i rH.' )oV' f1iy .thejilind,;
anil atdownin.n,i little -paalor, wnf-atatec;
and myHjf san1lin'j'bpTr)rihlm." ,H asked'
' ml I liad liear f aiiy'lhi "gf 6t my father.)
My' rtclabia'lotf "irt ''answer Wa ' In "be
.hanged W .- Thtre was aa abVuptRwss tn my,
mar4Pe.w,uco nyvi couiq raccpnra, tor,'
. ... L . I J . l a ... '
mtt aupptisi tnm, -ne -iwri loucireqrajpot) 'nej
kri ni whirh . wa wWroaoat ifl rOT.-tniiid -'J
I eouM' hut think' thatttfoo4 "tan(
t know, I was impatient To 4b UiiorMI I pats over iriWMirA(nt'al rtitKigiit of
mat ion he
had to impart ; and, besides,
ot aflection lor
more than twelveJ
nu iiitr' tv ii ij- anit.niaiiinriiia " J I a t y uu
heard any thing?" said he-. .We assured
him" We" had hot and he then', in as'g'uarded
miinrie'r' a prtssldle, lold ds he jvas doai?
not-hanred,' bift that he di stroved 'hihiSelfl
- muisoflMrJ; remeinber that he waff some-
hnn;telling us. all thiund that before he
h?ft us hei mailt! .us kneel down, found a lit-J
tle.deal table, and- prayed for, us. .-..What a
good uian I thougiht ie ,rnust jje,. .f
' pl) iTv. father, joy he destroyed hinisel f,
or Was buried, or , any other- particulars, I
never heard, nor' '.inJecirl wished to. hear.
Our frretid theri' said, And 'het is to be
done wifh'yoU, rhy j5oof ' children T" " I
never seemed Wliave : thought of this, but
tvas very soon nrnde to understand that Ave
coold ;not remain where - we weref' for -tny
father's ereditors would take every thing ;
and besides, , we could; easily understand
that u;e ,pould .not keep house,, .11 at once
the, thought came intp my head, that I had
heard of boys seeking tlieit fortune, so. I
srtid, I will 'go 'and "seek, my fortune."
Ihit then I said astain, " But my "sister 1"
This, too, my "nod fii end" .had.. thought of,
ami i lotnui inai a piace wuti' a connexion
of his own liad been provided for her,
many miles off. I blessed him.' ; - '' "
i i At thisiime I was a strong,' steady ,"qnick,
active boy, hetween tVelve and thirteen
years! of age. . -"'And F aiJ , he,
wijat,wtii yoiwial: r-t,-:.' ; ,ir ,
Again I.answi'red, ".Why, seek ;nV fur
tune, to be sure.: Never mind me, air, j shall
do.f; .: ,
He IfKiked at me . very earnestly, and
said, Not as yon have done, I hope." 1
blushed till mv face and hands glowed, but
felt quite indietiant at the imputation, and for
the momtfit laliliost hated my rrtnd because
he conlil not undefstind the full conversion
of. my uiind... The- feelin? was hut for a
moment, for I took his hand; and fctssed.it,
and sol-mnly assured him I would never do
any tiling which, shouUt, Lc myself,
l)iit that J had ma le, up piy jiiind . to ,be
God's child, , He siniled, flud tljCj, tears
c:tiiiP into his eves, and he looked for a nvp
'";nt"t(s if he' prayed. 'He then fold 'nie
ftl.U'nHV f l!1irr-VrfitVWa 1li.it Timi'im1 1 M i n'1 L '
- ' ,, . V . . T -. ..!.
one, nnn nmr we nod a ri"M to nribtru r t
this was, hf-snid fortunate. In spite 'of all
liis'Ofrrr of providing for me, or of getting
me into some service, I deterhiihpd to--go
away and the very njext ?ay T found iny-
self q:j the road from , with -17. till.
in ny pocket, and with - no. id. a .where I
should bi'iid m v course, or what I should
do. ( I liad uiiny jwckt t lh . JitejcliQir to
the. siluatjou where . ray sister was .going,
and had taken a verv allectjonate , leave gt
her. . J vas fulf of iiope, and, leafed . more
for her than iiiysclf, for although 'she would
have a good ' Iioine, I djd ' hot, ' think sli'e
trusted in' Gofl.''; I started at four : 7n'' the
morning, for I diil not wish' to be' i-lV'hy-any
et! and at ninef-wa niftrvy Ivih's
away ; further than I had ever been before.
Aly-BuppPT had been WSH-arUl,Wrsa4'
down' upon1 a 'heap bf etrii"eSi' by tli'e Way'
side, aiid tat:it for breakfast, 'arl triri toolv
cut my Bible (for piy giwd' friend hadiven
jue one,), to read-a; chapter..-.': In doing, so,
out droppad a note,; it. was directed to nie;;
Ihese were the words : . : :v ,
F-.i.i.i pray earnestly qpd constantly ;
God will helnou. Your friend, rr-.V
r M . i i r .f I c. .':-if I
.(.i J ett'in .myiheart i thje inipulse, find'at
once-- hv the .wayside": kneeledJdow"i,'biKl
prwyeri lbr-Btnncrth;' I wa aroused-liy a
a slight blow of Hi xfhty across my shoul
ders, nrid by art eXclaniatlon 0f ?VYhat!t(he
devil was 1 ' nhout 1" ' I 'sla'rfed ' and saw a
very gooj-loakinj; well dressed in:in staiubhg
before nie.' ' I 'answered at oriCt, ' Pravlng,'
- "Vhat; , . the" 'Toad?' 'Why donTvou
nraV at homo r1 r.
! , - .Mr a rr '' 1 .'s
"1 nave uo Iwme, tar t , y.'- '
.-We walked tosretheh and he entered in
to rofi'vcBatiotl VftH es5 l'HeAvWplt'ased
. . ..... .... . . '.
wnn mviranknrss, and bclore parted wave
. . .. . c.f .' , ,. . v,-"i-pT
me hiscotd,: ahd'v'hjte' a direction for me
. ... ,' .... .. ;
to a Inend at a Tie&port tWenty mils off;
. ... , . .... in .,j
and wiien wo nartil, he-wished 'me1 'food
, , .. .. - u. 'J ... j .
lin-l. ami lie ot tliH ifrii.itnne talflJ.. Jlut
remember, do not pray in publicr.ta i-,1'.
I Jivwere,!" vyhv; pot V-'A V -e: aO
The question seemed to puzzle.hin. for
. i c . 1
a mniiieiil. nnd in f-.ict.he. ative jne. namn
I . ( . . 4 !."..:. ' T ... v". - ""l" " .
ttt-nr Kill liivtiiirl nuMu. nmi I r.iv n te:ir in
: ' . ...
bis eye. .-Bftf p v 1' )t meihfgave half-a-
i crow IU...V s,
'. '.'A."i r,i-A'f-
I , I continued o walk on, and evening
Sl),ne. miles IUtantTfrojB ihl
; . , ,,,llklH, lo lhe door 0f . iUU inn.
and asked if I mizht- come in. The land
liM-d said, " Uo, he wanted no bet- 1hefe."
. T r,i ,..,! -ki a. ,i,a ,;, i;k,'J,;.i
- " " " "7h" ' .
vWell, then, if you have any niorley
you may." So I went iir, and layin?'down
nfV half-crown, received a Srd htPal of
blyad and cheese and a rhiig'of beer, and
on shillinr, with an aiinouncefnent that
, , werjija'yl.sia fyyy 4ij9p tWaetJ.je(d,afl
i yer' soon fell asleep ; the kitcheiws fu
-wnep j wqKs. louia inai some ,oneJ
Jhrown a, cloak 9ver,q.e,as (aj iirtne,cor-i
.f f ..iir . .if , t 'i "fc
were whispering oear.uiieii aivd, bein,s J
.niil tafore.a verv sharn bov.'did not m3ve-j
th.k more1 so, "a i oon'JroUnfl'Mhe f vrrtcJ. bf
oneo( the $peakf rs vt-as fiihil'rarto me,' '' I
UAJ- t...n I, '.rt.in al.mtf f'atliLeia . T uina
lian lirdiu u.Sj'sw' nv-f'n , ty "
well acquaintea wun meir manner oi iaiK'
'ihno Hiat I fcoliild nnVl'tMlrhfniJrv-ao
ino-. The while q'jj AVAiliiJtj.j'iahouge.
at the seapmJtto whieh l wks -gVini; and,
H ei rrmembemd thei laartfcbhT-thri -&nr it
-- thp erv house t Was diretted Mo" ' I
layftiiietly till' th'eyVfnt 'fwayj aftdrheh
went Ho fed. On inv' enti-rin the town' Of
Lth road iroia.frJl I tifttthiiiiksr:
my first impulawM fcto koitUrt fcta-eiiilt
1 1 the ocean ) I am detailing facts, not sensa
had. loaft fill 'fling 't
"father: 'and waV little
IBvJliona. . I ill on vmtlro.l i. ik
hv the. diknrwkiJi .l-- n..r..i :'
rap.U ttde ; pH,fVM rnew to n. aud Tor
a.time I Jprsotvttrv tliinsr in the ft LI l LI VP
ilierit qtid woiidurlof tbYeene.' I was.
I fulloH fA intionlr I ..."..'.... I .. '
"lehtly liiki-n oT rny legs '.by a rope vl
ivag n use for hariiin?; a tshtp into the ba
n into the hnsin.
aim a norse laug-f) accoiTTjianied by an oath. al
thy blmdiiess. 'IVasbufsliohtlv hiirt.'afid
. . . i o . . v
if i felt anpry Tor fliel rnflmeriL J 'remtlhi-
bered 'promise Jo niV friend, and with
out saying a word, hopped away as well as
Icon Id.- 0': r-v. it'.";
,-7A very nnld but firm voice, hoWever,
took up my quarrel, and rebuked the sailor
for not. calling to me. ..I looked up; my
friend wasj a tall, fine-looking young man,
with a benevolent' countenance ;" he came
Up' to fne, and asked if t Was much hurt.
I' aisiifea him ! I was iiot. "Let me-see
"Wnr ;r,s, said ' he; Irt "sfoopins down to
mtfie rfty stockmg,'the card I had Teteived
friihi tlli stranger day before, fell out of
my pocket He took it op, and lookingatlt
inquinM how Icame' ly if. Upon my
giyinghint Ihe, particulars, he said, " We
Were lokkigont for youto-lay." J started.
" Yes,'?, bp said, ,." Mr.. - wrote about
yon tomy! father., "Come alonp; with nie.!
, , ,1 iimpeu atie,r nim. . yye entered ine
t.dwn, and passing downlwrj or three streets,
came to a verp handsome house, arid turned
through gatewaj' into a large yard, three
sides of -which vere warehouses, and the
fourth the back of the htaisi we had passed.
He stopped nt a floor, and givihs; it a sw.ine,
entered, i jTIip door sWg'ng rack, and I, was
i,ell alone bust 1 stood here, two or t hree
ladies passec me, .with a beautiful little rirl.
Ore of the cartyrs was putting a horse into
a carf. , Just as the child passed, the horse
backedj and the little girl was in the immi
nent danger of being; crushed nnlrr the
wheel. I sprang torw-ard and pulled her
away, hut hot so" quickly as to disengage
myself.;: The whel passed dver my ley, and
I was unahleto rise.; The pain was intense,
Unit I di 1 not cry out. fot, so with the la
dies; bft last (tlung 1,,. heard was , their
srjvanirvp. jta? ?r -! ' .. :. vr
y.Whe.nJ was pe'xt conscious, I was laid
ovt upon a, bed ;, maiv persons were" about
and a siirico" W is settiroj the bone. I
reiiiymbrr ll)i'n; c.,U,nir?fnit with pvn, and
bvinfj lii mlTv cfmlhrtivl. , When all was:
oier,.! "ns under 3be, care of an old
woman, and v eil tended; the bed and, "the
room were something more pxand than I
had eyef before' 'seen.' 'About fh'e time of
lighting; th'e candles, and when the glare'of
a large lamp in.the court-yard showed that
the nicht was closing in, all at 6nc: the
conversation I had' heard at the ulehoase
the alehouse five day before 'came tnlii'mv
mind. I asked the'l ohl wcifnan wher.?jl
was. She tli.) not sfein iuulbied to be (tom
miuiirativi aul,i.ij)OHiiiy,inrire earne. r'
inn'istrancesrtfadc ui be, quiet, arid, h-ftitje.
I In gan toflie jve.aij.vitsi, 1 ctnildviiot
doubt that I-wa iq w ry.ignie intended ,ti
be roMivd. ,he clock , struck sevenand
a-iiin citht: aM 'lbenVnine."', I felt hsh-ep,
Hid awoKe to near it srriKe Ten. u na ne id
ove. I wa-r rra'lv in 'ainv. During' itiy
eri some one livl- hw-n in -the l'ooin; frr
the candle had been ' moved. . - cailei'
oud, but .nb. onoohe. ontwered. .- For
nearly an, "hour. I, lay JiBtejimg 4o eyery
sound, and pain 15 my Jr'Was nothing ip
the auxietwof niyj iHin4..( rI was aSa'n
owever, doiag, .aiKpreaiuig ol loiiners,
hen I was. awanv't'vai something move'd
m ar me. 1 looicea up. sorneunng wnire
passed mv'hetl.'"-! spiiki f "noone ariswered.
I entreated whoever it was to co:i to m.
t last a gentle voice said, "Are yot. in
pain?" "'' 1 1-' '"' ""
It twmf'tlie:' liUIef -ftn-r: whenf jne naa
saved when mv lea was, broke!., ..Sl had
Jeen 'tflrld Bot-. to rtisturb me, but had. ,not
licen .ulile;to re,sist the feeling of gratitude;
and had risen from, her bed to tjteal in aid
seif J..was really .alive. I sjioke tn,her,,
and begwed she. wotdd .send jier father
W':: ... -i .. . .. t
"SheT dared hot,' he 'would be" very
. . . .... (s.r
'Bur, rrty nlear1, ? must'H' htrrt." ;'
" To-monow' 8h'ald HvOii will.".' v.-,
M.Bot I must see him 4ini'jfhtJ' -II
She assured me it was impossibW.-ren-
trffst-td.and at last said, yf you dongt, you
Wtljll be niur lered." ; ,i
r,lfOuld but smile, in all Jii.v, anxiety, at
theT'',ar child's face. Slfe wis alavflygirl,
with the most beautiful eve. I' ever saw. I
did-liot, however, thiiak'1 oP- these" then :
tlti'ifinipression, lUfialtej; yiarsj iwps Jlie
scoaree of many a heqrl wVti They were'
then filled with tears, and shone in the re
Avciignnuf. iUn. gW .of vhWfr
yard,,. J jlJ4w.niaaa nepronus o ieic.ii
ttie nuse-t,9, .meji as (jjie. reacneo ue yoor
lot.trujl puqxe, l again eniorceu ner pro-,
mLsp. Af tiuit moment a voice on the stairs'
said! Who'rss that?" - ' J I
Yin child slipped back in fright the door'
npi-ued, andt middle-aged man , in a' Tiesstnj.'-:
'oru entered the, rooin. ' His surprise' at ijee-;
inr the 'child was ver iireatj'but ho seemed
pt ptensed at tlip motive, that he spoke ta.her.
Wj .the utjnpst Kiniiiiesd, ana iook tier up in,
m 'nrmiiVnd Viwed her, aooldej Very' little. I
.....in.. '.' i .,..'' 'v . .I., 'a.' a t
v. . , . ' ... . t i ' - . '
jwi 1 Rtie could jf) no goon, caueu up iiieuurnc,
and seuf ji'dr'to be'V, and ttie'ii'.' to rriy fatisfmc-
'ion, came 10 my dpushib. auci ..id u.
i i ;i iri..' il'.ri;,.iH
!l''W!'i,n.', VTI'J1"8 v ahotij I te taken)
. mill. " vou need not ienr
o on i'l hurt vou."
I nel I was "ot atrniu, our mai inara woro.
r'V.1n.S(?li '1FiifVr,hn. Boueatidt-rth
H Hn''?hJ, niWalil,,Le4 th4n Hifne.virj
h v .nn."
rca &g hhn- IJatea tnt ? hd aookThiM
iiM.rlrtiiiinKwvil. KjeiadlK tot bnnriwilf
-ryon .jiiratn ioN inomhvav.'ril antrakted
Itiil Wnasod W juat fc raaohakl fc doori
I id, "YorfMyr.'arjwiBy 4mlawMnj
your bed-room V
V., S VTtMnAY, OCTOBEIl SS, 1848
.C- i.-T TA V.lf ', JiLJiH'. "!IA...-F
JltildiipL;il, irtip "said," 'hatfheli "Is
it not behind your bed' head 1" He return
ed and putdown i the calidla.""The key is
like llvroa"keJ-j;7. nfjame-16 t'rfy bedside.
I then explained nil t had' heard, 1iow they
intended entering,: ond their number, six of
them, and more, -that they were determined
to succeed, by fair ir foul means." "' ' 1 ,:'
The clock struck tjleveh. ' ' ' a 11"" :
"Did you Sa'y'tyvel ve J" he said. answer
ed, ('Before twelve, before the vrafchmaii
goes his rounds.?,' . ,. ',',,
' What happened more, I krmw not, He left
thn room, und 1 romaiued In darkness, except
that the lamp in lhe court yard flared 'with
the wind, uiid lhat the rain battered against
the window. ; My' leg ached very much.
Sleep I could not. I lay and listened for every
passing sound. '"Tickj tick,' tick,'' went the
great clock, which was fixed outside the wall
of that part of the house whe.e my chamber
was) and which between thegu'sls of wind I
could distinctly hear. Once or tvt ice I Ihought
I heard whi)erin(rs on the sluircase. "Could
it be the robbers? IlaJ' the gentleman neg
lected my warning ? Oh, how I longed to
to-, he able to cretlp lo lhe door'! The clock
struck twelve, but there was no twisobultho
continual tick, tick, tick of the clock, and the
pattering of the "rain. Could they have given
over the ottqmpt? I wnRSuro I had not been
mistaken in my information.. AD al once t
heard, in this room over mine, the. window
opened, and a man step down ujwn 'lhe iloor;
another followed, another and another. , They
struck a light, the window-was gently shut,
and I could distinctly hear them walk lightly
across the room, towards what by tha. shape
of my chamber I conceived the door.' 1 was
risht ; tho door opened, the sound of their
feet was upon the stairs. 1 lay in agony.
What would be the event ? ' I did not wait
long in euspprVss."' A Violent otitcry and the
firing Of pistol succeeded strngslinp, swear
ing,: blows 'nnd screams. This lasted some
four oj- five minutes. . Presently otrie enter
ed tlie room over head. and opened the .win
dow, and then rushe l back again. It must be
thought.!,- that, they had cut off hi escape T
As-1 afturwaid learned, lhe ladder had been
removed. lie returned to the .staircase and
ran down. My door opened ; some one en.
leicd und mado for tho window: .it was bar.
rod : he bad not much time to -undo it The
master of the house nnd two others entered
he fouplit well, and once was nearly -on "the
bed,. I shrieked wi:h .apprehension, for my
p uir Teg. At last he was overpowered . and
led out of flie. riioiij. There was no more
quiet in 'tliii hiuse tbnt riight." Every one
was moving about. The coiirt-yard sounded
.yth Jlieytiices 'fifj niuiy, persons., .Ay was
confusion and uproer.; Jl lj. not tail ol my.
fhare of, theUfctitipn-.; 1 soini found I wftfe an
object. ofio corimiou feeling. 5 vf'; ' Vii s
l(tio syrpoq came Jo me , aqin in tho
motnnig, una the wiiole lamily VfsiteU jne ui
course of the" day- .1 learned" "that ' bnp
robber had been shot and badly vrnfuided. an
other ' beaten" ftlmostrto' death ; one escaped
by opetnng thn 'slnlrttlobi' and joining sorne
f.ompiintonsj-who.drove off in aeurt; nndont!
take in my room.; ,8uch weri the dveut of
thoniahtr ' ....it. !.
One of lhe pai-tars, was much hr?, and an-
piper dif,co!utfd. his. wrist, by ,aa11 ,.onktlu'
house and l)is soy escapej wlh qnly a .few
"' lav some weeVs ft mybf, dnrinii'whieh
I wnfi fufmsbeif with hnnk'snnd-in-leed every
thin I enul t fpfinirf'f and nt 1ast, 'for it' ap
peared a weary liinfwftsprmlrtp l'io sro a
Iwnt r.pou'i p crtitch. ,--My 1 little blue-eyed
.frlfiul jH attiritiT)n to mp and in a "few
more weeks I was,, well, jjnd aain wanderetl.
doVn th the onay and nbnu! the tow n. , .
One day, the m.ns'er ca'lel trie' into his pri
vate room,; mid. said, "Well, F-i , you are
no:?'werl :.- Wbni dn'ynn hitimd to tlo!'tT
i; -.1 answoreik,;''! m mm J don1! kaowj'-i-r; ,
j.'-PerUapsi, ho' idi ..l'yott.,yill jroakev a
I friend one, pud ,ell we your history V, i
"i on neeu not r
two services, and I nevpr mret. ,lell me
all, cnn.iiilly jyqslIiiTf liever repent it no
erne shiifl v'e'r knoSv'rt from''m.''1" ' ' '
i VWVWonV'rt'lf-f''',fi' vr;;-,-:-. .id;
jj"Si1l.lit aaiAi,!rrtt rPViiii-mynvife.,":'.' '
"Yon will never speak to me.a)ghi'ii,' -AvUr?ii
you k now ollt'lrs-h fijn.J.;t-.j''l irii :h
af,ni'! " .--! ..- vi-v.'-i :l .! '. ,f. i;i ';.t
And so I mauQ a, full coivfs.iuii ; anl when
t had done," I looked up W ith shame and con
fusion; 'fcxppctmir to 'seel him as an' enemy,
and'to-W tunietl oof "of his'houee: To wiy
aiirprisa,i be took ma by tha ha'rfd, and said, -
d,..jhank vom for-thia !cwifidojic, (Iliad,
hideoil, axpe'pted asmpcb,,! krew that you,
must have been. 4n very pad, poinpaqy,;. for,
although' y oil didnot observe it, 'you told niq
the names of those men, whose voices you
eo'uhfonl 1iaa eird M tfeti' f 6d wore afous.
ed frbrd ilaep in tha,lehonr4o.and when' I
talkd iti haroito rpilaat,f audi iatimatod
U',:Jtw V''Hlc'rM'ff lftpguaflKYOuai fW
5"S-?g5 0 WliWWSW.WW'r Jf i
ionln'TrniTi hl lirw BPrimfdln 'iuraTilvaa ' mi.
r Bot lis W-aMurei.t MHM orrtretrma
alion ib" India,- whtehThe "had froeured fbra
ust.er'a son who was dead-a clerk in a of.
f)V 'erjV Jaid' it L oaki'oa'sotaanti ve.
I mitrhl': inaka "my efoAond; aiifl .qaaai
dhM I aJitml'lflQ)Otu.putii'M)larai md
thip-jtrflwluoh- ralaltaaof JaialnrM captaiw
who would hava ma instructed during the
.. , J.I
voyage, to fit me for my situatiou, Bis kind,
ness did not stop here hefui'uishcdme with
every thing needf'.'.l, and 1 sailed amidst the
good wishes and tut) bounty of the whole
'These particulars were told me
friend, General Sir F - H ,'as
led along in his travelling chariot and four
to hfs mav'tiificent mansion in Square.
''This,' ho tsaid, "ivus 'my early history
You my dear Archibald, know how I sped in
iii India how, from the mercantile,! became
a volunteer in lhe famous expedition " under
and how, by one stroke of what pien
call fortune, I rose above my fellows, and far
above all expectation. I thank God He has
always been my God. o it is who has hel
ped me. Trust in him. Vou are young yet
but ths mercies of the Almighty, through his
blessed Son, are fortune enough for any for
all." ' ; ' - '
, "And your sister, Genera'?" ;
i:She died young, 1 never naw her more.
I have, indeed, been but once, in England
since that time. My benefactor was dead
my secret died with him ou are. now its
only daspository. It was in that visit to Eng
land that I married ; and 1 will let you into
one more piece of my history Lady II
was the fair hie eyed daughter of my friend'
the child I saved from the cart wheel at
nearly at lhe expense of my own life."
It was many years nfter Ibis tWt t obtain
ed permission lo publish these particulars
The General's lost words were "I aro wife
less and childless; you are the inheritor of
my property, duo to you as the preserver of
my life in India. The history may do good
it can harm no one. Let tho public have
it after ,my decease."
SELLINO OF N'OSEa. ,
Bullet us introduce you into another scene
in commercial life lo describe which drama
tically, we should first show the chief actors.
The place is the commercial room time, ten
minutes after dinner. A supposed novice is
being -drawn ont in lhe ijMial style by thenn
ticipative chairman. .
.. 'Lei mo see, Mr. ,6'priggiiigs, I think .we
havo met before 011 the road ; I know I bave
seen you somewhere.'. , . , , ,
'Very likely I often go there.'.
;You travel, I think, for .'
v,;Noses?;. ; . ,v .-.tt. ;V "
.. 0,008?''-., .:;."",. j..',' ;
I '.'Ahliil the toy tinde, I see V : '
... ..'You aro wrong, sir. I deal in noses be
longing V living humanity tho ordinary
sneezing noses of every physiognomy.'- . ....
(1We.ry odd Irufiic,. certainly; but I never
met witha geiitleuuui . in lhe nasal Hue be
fore.; sv.r fi; 1 ..,1 r ...
. Jf hen I sliajl, b most happy to ihial with
yoii.. , ) cannot say that .your nose in of the
.fir8t:quali,ty il turuti up rather loo rnuuh, and
belongs to a variety not greatly in demand,
but I will buy ft of you.; t. ; .,
:j .'My nosu !'.,.,. :;:
,;Yes, air, I am sorioua. iii my proposal
your o89.';, ;j ,,; . 4 :a ; -f
.1 .To he delivered .? -... . , ; . ,
b. Awh!?il yon. have io longer any usu for it.'
'That's not very troublesome, , And to be
paid for--,?; UA ,'.
, , This very moment I will give I'.s full val-
.uer-aayio. , v.ir:J. v-.-,-;
. 'I accept your, offer.', j ' .... .. .. ... .. .
., 'There is only fjii prjudilioir, that wo both
agree lo forfe.it, JCiO ii" eilhor of, u should go
r.. iV,a KariY'i tl
1 HID UUlpUHii . - . v ..... ,
Agreed! tbat.is, if you idlow mo all my
life, to enjoy your property, and do not
attempt-to iuterfero with-it in- the, perfor- j3
mauce of iU functions.' . - . ,,, .
'You may import or export the - merchan-
line iu question as you- please:, nuH not
evea make a cciulit.au tliat.U slii.ll be insur-
'Then 1, will consent to the ;tlause m
agreement,'-.;,,., . - :..!;;.;.;
JAnd I will TOY VOU ilirectly, ,-. ......
The-ugreemeiU ia drawn. up, aiid tlie mw
paid-and the. .bargain concluded, the pur -
chasisr ;onljj whispered, to the , waiter,, who j
aoanaftttiturna jwi'th a pair ' ofkjichen i1
tongs,, having thcmreui.e etida neaieu rea
Jl'-. --. n :i ;'- -. ' ' - -.
1 Give me the tongr, Viiliamt' says t ine
dealei; iuppses.., fi ... ... , . ?.
Thowaitr hands them, ana tne purchaser
, ... .:.' .:. i, ,... ...t,;..i,' hu hnl.u in-
Wana mfta..u r-T..; r; ;
warua me aeiir, ;.v ( 1 : . ..x..
iVhv. what's all this ?' exclaims the man.
who llo4 vold. hi nose, looking aghast, at the
oroiuoua preparatiunsv, 4 r f ., .. . .
, ,Chi)y pair Pf.jre4 hot tonga, sir; every
.iiu.vaakA. purchase, I, mark ,my mer-
chaudise, in order to insure, us 501
changed. Hayjnsboughuyour Hose, I must
putpur apoaLbrivuI ipi 1W711-P ::.
... . ..!!.. ... iM.I , i
K.iThil mint remind. Tou of thelaue. tn
iaroerowmwal that yoi anj first tq break
iheiiMitrae'ts;:!' .drro'O. l-y rM j
rBut put youraeil.,111 nix p'w! ti .si .
u--AlbM 1 - I arm 4U4 buvsn iiot , the
-elierPAr thM forfeit. 3 Tsrenty. pounds I
fjUhn)-. Jpeija geetlewen wild I m aura, ao
tbe jaadrai my umoo; rtt$ r.sf. i. .
m UVknatelri tha oAaa-onay-: yvas cf
UuHkadVaai i doaeof cuatopagnfi acoopt-
it iaua poariprviioso. r. lMirlaHUiaii'irciim
aVaiJiiiiedatawnOthia brflthaj 'eoarr(api4l
as one of tho.rbbt arW' sXfidl sh. COi)fud
chairman tha vender of (ha tarn-up noses
'eWWaSol,'1'! Wiar 4J!faa4' W W
fiiaeJ to Bd bef. fo :ha'-flrattiBiavja M
life, altogether sold. Hd' cduTol n
Travtlltrt and TravtUtnf.
OLIjV SfcRlES VOL, o,
' A Sikovlaa Siroav Tho last ' Glivgow, .
News tells a strange tale of "one 6f the earlyr
settlers of Saline county, Mo. He' was
Frenchman, who,' about twenty. ,n,rs ago,,
became dissatisfied with the prospccts.befote.
him and left his Wife and daughter,' to seek
tither means of mending his fortune. " ' I S-"' .
For several years, the wife and daughter
awaited his return, till ven ttffeclion' com
pelled them to believe him dead. 'They strug
gled along in poverty, until the daughter
grew to womanhood, and married, as did also
tho mother both of them remaining" In
strarghteYied circumstances. Last week,
however, an, old gray headed man went to the
humble dwelling of the daughter,, and after
surveying her with Aee'p emotion for tt -few
moments, feaid : "Do you know the name' of
your lather ?" To which she replied by giv
ing it. "Then," said he"l am-your father."
After their mutual greeting, ' he brought in
two hags rjf gold, containing S10,000 and gave
them to his daughter, and offered her hus
band the best farm he could find in the neigh'
borhood He knew his daughter" by'a scar
on her forehead, from a wound received when
a child. . ' " .
Tub Loss oe the Fiust Bork. We liave
road of a young mother who had newly bu
ried her first born. Her pastor went to visit
her, and, on finding her sweetly resigned, he '
asked how she-had -attained sweet resigna
tion. She replied, " 1 used to think 6f my
poor boy continually, whctiier sleeping or
waking to me ho seemed more beautiful
than the other children. I was disappointed
if visitors Omitted to praise his eyes, or his
curls, or the robes that I wrought for him
with rriy needle. At first I believed it the
natural current of a mother's lover Then I
feared it was pride, and sought to humble
myself before him who resisteth the proud
One night in dreams I thought an ange) stood
beside, and said, ' Where is . the little bud '
Ihou nursest iu thy bosom ? I am sent to
lake him away ! Where is thy little harp?
Givo it to mo ! It is like those which sound
the praise pf God iu heaven.' . I awoke i;i
tear; my beautiful boy drooped like a jbud
which the wofm pierces, his last wailing was
like the sad music from shattered harpslrings
all my world seemed gone ; still in my agony
I listened, for there was a voice' in iny'soul,
like tho voice of the angel who had warned
ma saying, God loveth a, cheerful give.' ,
laid my mouth iu tha dust and said, letThy
will ce mine ; and as, I arose, though lhe tea'
lay on my cheek, there, was a, smile also,.
Since- thca the voice has been lic'ajd amid the .
duties of every , day-jnetliiuks jX says Con
tinually. the- cheerful giver.': " . ,"..,.'
Til t Exiles. Tlieire Is at this , moment "a
crowd of illustrious exiles ia London,' instan
ces of the reverses of fortune " more strik in
than the ex-Royalties whom Candide encoun
tered at "the Carnival of Venice. A;Frenfch
paper" thus sums them up : ' " ' f - 1
Louis Phillippe. ' ' ' ' . ""'
The Tjfc'e and Duchess of Nemoursr-th
latter boir heiress of Saxe-Cobourg, CoHarJ;
and csusiu-German of lhe Queen.. ' " '
The fiiuoe and Princess of Joinville. - '
. Guizot, who is guest of the Soei'ety for lhe
Advancemenf of ScienceJ at Swansea, Wales..
. Duchatcl, puest Of sir Robert Peel. J ' -
' Fliiluint', ancieot Ambassador to Veil ice. '
,' Klineworth'chiefVlilor of the Guizoi-Mer-teruichian
journalj the Spectateur de.Lbn'dres.
itiui secvet agent of Louis Phillippo, whose
letters relative to M. MoleJ" the Revtie Re
iwpectlve .have been published.'-1 :5 l's f
' JvloutemblinJ absolutist 'pretenaer to the
crown 6 Portugal! ? - " " - " ; v '
Louis Napoleon. ' - ' ' , .'
j The Duke of Bordeaux and his wife, Arch-
:rf rhes' of AbMrlal Uo are snrnossed to be
, y. in London." " " " ' '
,,t Th;; p,.- Mettornlch. '.' ' ;? .
j- r.g Coimt de Colovroth, Minister of State
Kf Anstria?"' 1 r''j - 1
6.U ;Tlu; hgel,'J-private Secretary ot ,
'Metternichbn whom the Tory University
nl-tarA tin lieslowpfl thedeirrci of Doctor, a .
:'. 4- f., c.T '-"; . " '"- .".;"I
, Yarke, Counsellefrorthe Court of' Aastria,
n,,,', of articles hi 'the Times, Chronicle;
-c c ; tt .. . - ..-r . -
j: Louis BlnnO and CairMidere, wtio strangely
: n0,wj, tics a hit eomrrionced wit ft tne naroo
'of Louis Philippe.- Aioa Anas.
.t:cr. ' "
.. Tatesi. ..Tact.'. FMsaviBASce.
1 tbjee atialilitis help men forward, M weU-de-
r8(,n.eirwealth and endunng.JUonors.. David
rtitlenftonse; the American Astronomer, was
. plow-man? Roger Sherman, a boot and
aliue irlaktt i : Goorge Bruoe, the wealthy type
founder, (who has geueiously helped lurward
many" a poor but deserving brother of tha
press,) a poor printer boy ; as were also Hot
aoo J roely, Jamea Harper, Thurlow, Waadi
unsl rjiraon CanierCn of the United States Srv
ate j: the able and eloquent Senator for Qhioi
Cc-rwln," began life driving a' team between
Colirmboa ami Cincinnati... Thfimas Ewbank
was bred ai plumber John Fitch, .aho iavnt
od tba stearuboat, andoxlubMod fts ajwatioa,
was a'lantive of Cbunecticut," aud'fcgi. )r '
nnd neglected,1 ns did' tha"'iugenipu.Of)yft
I'vnm A mna nml AKtsnt l.nwr0nc.e. thethtt-
f iii fioenf pat roas of tbrf tsWrtl arta.'oaoe tthoUgr
not receiittyi waataa nam iromi' awvtu.t an
Boston, with acarcfcalot, in jhei pocketi;
and liardly a,ny shoes op their feet. Andrew '
H. Mieklrv tobaccbofttr a trfnrMpr H
Nd'w York, navrf Intifcrlied eet If fbrftha (
and.Mayaf Brady -jraia iiiai way to wealtai.hy
skidativA jnecUuip aai yrudei)oo as man &
bueinesi'. Sixteen year before" the gallanl
but' nna46ming" Gcrferal Brown waia c0o
maniariia-ckW ot It Atrftias of M t7tftt,
ftiataa, .he .tras-ttoaehluvr; iiuaaJkt Wataaj
seholVI, Cicero,, tlja graatoatjoffll m&.
Orators; was of very nuinbls origin yat h,a
eWnjenes' c6nfoundx''tho6trairof CtaTlna:-,
and mada' litttlis Cai rerriblf?. lhou2B-4l
j the plentitu la of hi ower