Daily patriot and union. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1858-1868, December 03, 1860, Image 1

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    iiATEs' 0F ADVERTISING.
Fun: lines or less constitute half a maare~ Ten 111 ml
i -‘ more than four, constitute a. square.
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“ oneweex. .-.. 1.110 ’ t . oncweek..... 1.25
H 11:19 month” . 2.00. z “ onemonth. .. 3.00
~‘ three months. 3.00 : u threemunths. 5.00
~» six months” . 4,90% --’ six months,” 3.0:!
~ one yeah." . 6.00: N one year...“ 10.00
fag—'- Business notices inscrzrd in the 1.00.11. 001.17“, or
hczfis'e marriages and deaths, F 1 712 CENTS PEP. LINE for each
insertion. {a merehgntunvj vihvu advertising‘oy they“,
Err-smite. 15 will be od‘ered. '
{s' The numberofiusertions must be Aesignatedon the
zivattinement.
33' Marriages and Deaths will be inserted at tho sumo
ates as regular advertisements.
$0035, fitafiouerg, 83c.
SGHOOL BOOKS—School Dn‘ectors,
1 Teachers, Parents, Scholars, and others, in want of
School Books, School Stationery, dam, will and a eomyleto
“magma: It E. M. POLLOOK a: sum; BOOK STORE,
yarn; Square, Harrisburg, comprising in part the mug...
“lg-E—
-; MFERS-—Meemy’flg Parker‘s Cobb’s All 311’:
SPELL-ma BOOKs.——Me(}nfiey's: 00131111, #gbgtaxrs,
Town’n, Byerly-‘s. Gombry’a. , '
ENGLISH GRAMMABS.—Bullion’s, Smith‘s, Wood
bridge’n, Monteith,s, Tuthill’s, Hart’s, Wells’. ‘
maTGßlES.—Grimshaw’n, Divenport-‘s, Froaf’fi: Wfl'
aon’fi. Willard’s, Geodrich’a, mumps, Goldsnnth’fl and
Clark’s.
flamxnc’a.—Greenleam, Staddard’u, Emerson‘s,
Piie‘n 3959’5, Colbun’a, Smith and Duke’s, D‘V‘B’l-
AlléEßm.—emnl¢afia, nxfie’a, Darn, Ray’s,
Bridfo’n.
D OTIONARYS.—-Walker’s school, Cobb’s, Walker,
Womemr'a Comprehensive, Worcester’a Prim“! Wab
star’s Primary, Websm’s High School, Webster’s dun-tn,
Academic.
Imam“. PHILOSOPHIES.—Oomtock’I Puker’n,
Swift’s. The above with a great variety ofotlzers cm at
my films be found at my store. Also, a complete assort
want of School Stationery, embracing in the rib! In I com
plete wait for manual Inn-1.9595. Any book not in the store.
pmzmred \t one days notice. '
{5" country Merchants supplied at wholenale rates.
ALMANACS.-—John Baa: and 8011’: Almanac [or sale Bi
3 . an. POLLOCK 6c SON’S BOOK STORE, Harrisburg.
fl?" Wholesale and Retail. . myl
Tim"? RE CEIVED
ELHEFFER‘S BOOKSTORE,
4. DAMANTDVE 31m: T5B
OF VARIOUS SIZES AND PRICES,
“Mich, far beauty and use, cannot be excelled
REMEMBER THE PLACE
:‘HEFFER’S BOOKSTORE,
NO. 13 MARKET STREET
E 776?" AUCTION.
F. FRENCH
BEN
Will supply his: old friends and customers with the
following Books at Auction prices:
gar-fie Railroad, 10 vols, complete, 4 illustrations
5‘ . _
Japan Expedition, 3 vols., complete, illustrated and
illuminated. $l2.
Emery’s Expedition, 2 vols.,‘ complete, illustrated
illuminated, $lO.
Congressional Globe, $1.50 per volume.
Waverly NovelS, complete, 12 vols., cloth, slO.
“ “ “ 277019.,hnlfca1f.$“oij em,
«Etc. 11.-,4.
51’} 9f the above Books I will deliver in Harrisburg
free of charge. BEN F. FRENCH,
bfi- 3:8 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. 0.
f 9 =3
N E W B 0 O K S !
J U s T R E O EIY E ‘D
“SEAL AND SAY,” by the author of “Wide,Wide
World," “ Dollars and Cents.” Bw.
“ HISTORY OF METHODISM,”byA.Stevens, I.L.D.
For Bale at SCHEFI-‘ERS’ BOOKSTORE,
ap9 " No. 18 Mark.) st.
JUST RECEIVED,
A LARGE AND SPLESDID ASSORTMENT OF
RICHL Y GILT AND OR NAMENTA L
WENDOW CURTAINS,
PAPER BLINDS,
'8! various Designs and Colors, for 5 cents,
TISSUE PAPER AND CUT FLY PAPER,
A 1: ~ [mil-1] - SOEEFFER’S BOOKSTORE.
$374141; PAPER! WALL PAPER :1
Just received, our Spring Stock of WALL Dunn,
BORDERS, FIRE SCREENS, &.c., kc. Itia the largest
and best selected assortment in the city, ranging in price
from six (6) cents up to one dollar and nqunrter ($1.25.)
As we purchase very low for cash, we are prepared to
sell at as low rates, if not lowerl than can be had else
where. H purchasers will call and examine, we feel
confident that we can please them in respect to price
and quality. E. M POLLOGK 5.: SON,
spa Buluw Jonw’ Eouse, Market Square.
LE TTE R, CAP, NOTE PAPERS,
Pens. Holders, Pencils. Envelopes, Sealing Wax, of
the best quality, at low prices, direct from the manu
factories, at
max-21)
SGHEFFER‘S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
LAW BOOKS I LAW BOOKS 1 l—A
general assortment of LAW BOOKS, all the State
aeporta and standard Elementary Works, with many of
the old English Reports, scarce and rare, together with
:5 large assortment of second-hand Law Books, at very
low prices, a: the one price Bookstore of
B. M. POLLOGK J: SON,
Market Square, Harrisburg.
rayS
filigtzlluuenus.
A N ARB I V A L 0 F
N E W G 0 0 I) S
APPROPRIATE T 6 THE SEASON!
SILK LINEN PAPER
FANS: ‘FANSH FANS!!!
ANOTHER nu) spmxmn LOT or
SPLICED FISHING.RODSI
Tron! Flies, Gut and Hair Snouds, Grass Lines, Silk
and. Hair Plaited Lines, and a general assortment of
FISHING TACKLE!
A GREAT TARIETY or
WALKING CARES!
Which we will sell as cheap as the cheapeSt!
silver Head Loaded Sword~ , Hickory Fancy
Canes! Canes! Canes! Canes! Canes!
SELLER’S DRUG AND FANCY STORE,
' so. 91 mum STREET,
South side, one door out of l‘omh streét je9;
B J. H Ali 3. Is ,
‘ ji
WOBKER IN TIN,
SHEET IRON, AND »
METALLIC ROOFING,
859 cm! Street, below Chestnut, ~
HARRISBURG, PA.
1:1 prepared to 811 orders for any article in his branch of
business; and if not on hand, he will make to order on
short notice. -‘
METALLIC ROOFING, of 'l‘in or Galvanized hon,
constantly on hand.
Also, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware, Spouting; am.
He hopes, by strict attention to the wants of his custo
mers, to merit 3nd receive a generous share of public pat
xon e.
% Every yxomine strictly fulfilled.
B. J. HARRIS,
Second Street; below Chestnut-
jan‘J-dly}
MIME
MACKEREL, was. 1, 2 and 3.)
SALMON, (very superior.)
EM), (bless and very fine.)
HERBING, (extra. large.)
CG!) 5! 1511
SMOKED HERBING, (extr’n Digby.)
5501011 nmmme. ~7 ~ , ~7 > H
BARDINES AND ANCHOVIES..
01‘ gm abovewe have Mackerel in whole, half, quarter
and fight!) bhls. Herring in whole and half bbls.
The entu'e lot new—mum mom was “saunas, and
will sell them at the lowest market rates.
561114 WM. DOCK, In, A: CD.
AMELY BIBLES, from 13 to $lO,
stung Bnd thdmwfly bound, printed on good paper,
with elegant clear new type sold at
nah-‘3l 303 i“ FER’S Cheap Boolutare.
017 ANBERRIES :x 1_ —, *—
gas: received by A SPLENDID LOT
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OR a su erior and chea '
FSALADKOIIPgo to P TABLE 0‘
V Emma's 810 nm.
THE Fruit Grower! Handbook—by
WARlNG—wholuulnndrehilat
. m 1 sonnnm Bookstore.
SIERM CANDLES—A large supply
Just received by
“913 wu. mox.,n,. a; co. _
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VOL. 3.
flurry fitahltfi.
CITY LIYERY STABLES,
fl; BLACKBERRY ALLEY, @-
IN THE REAR 0F HERE’S HOTEL.
The undersigned has tea-commenced the L I V E I: Y
BUSINESS in his NEW AND SPACIOUS STABLES:
located as above, with a large and varied stock of
HORSES, CARRIAGES AND OMNIE USES,
Which he will hire at moderate rates.
octlS-dly F. K. SWARTZ.
FRANK A. MURRAY
Successor to Wm. Parkkill,
“VERY 8L EXCHANGE STABLE
THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET.
“pig’fp r. j V‘
"““w‘ I» p w
“-3 £129 “’g 'j
Viv-vi" * - Q . _
HAVING purchased the interest or 1. Q. Adnmd n the
establighment, and made large additions to the stock, the
undermgnedie prepared to accommodate the public with
SUPERIOR HORSES for Saddle or Carriage purposes, and
with every variety of VEHICLES of the latest and most
approved styles on reasonable terms.
PLEASURE bABTIES will be accommodated with On:
nibuma at short notice.
Ont-rigs: and Omnihnsaes, for funeral oecasfinu, will be
furnish , accompanied by cafél'ul and ohliging driven.
He invites an inspection of his stock, satisfied that it is
“my equal to that of any other establishment of the kind
in town. FRANK A. MURRAY
BRANCH STABLE
The undsrligned has opened a branch of his “Livery and
Exchange Stable” in the buildings lately occupied by A.
w. Bert, in Fourth street, opposite the Bethel, where he
isprepared to accommodate the public with Horses and
Vehicles, at all times, on reasonable tax-ml. His stock is
large and varied, and will recommend itself.
lulG-dtf FRANK A. MURRAY.
iififis’féiifinflefiiifim
TAKE NOTICE!
That we have recently added to our. already full stock
. 0 F SEG A R S
LA NORMATIS, .
' KARI KARI,
EL MO3O,
LA BANANA .
0F PEREUMERY
For: mm Hunnnonmr :
TURKISH ESSENCE,
ODOR 0F MUSK,
. LUBIN’S ESSENCE BOUQUET.
FOR THE Hun:
EAU LUSTRALE
CRYSTAI’JZED POMATUM,
MYRTLE AND VIOLET POMATUM.
Fox 'nm Gomnast : ‘
TALC 0F VENICE,
ROSE LEAF POWDER,
NEW MOWN HAY POWDER,
BLANC DE PBRLES.
_ O F SOA P S ‘
Bszxs‘s Elsasr
moss ROSE, '
BENZDIN,
~ UPPER TEX:
VIOLET,
NEW MOWN HAY,
JOOKEY CLUB.
Having the largest stock and best assortment of rl‘oilet
Articles, we fancy that we are better able than our com
petitors to get up a. complete Toilet Set at any price de
sired. Call and see.
Always on hand, a FRESH Stock of .DR UGS, .MEDI
CINES, CHEIIIIC'ALS, kc , consequent of our re
ceiving almost- daily additions thereto.
KELLER’S DRUG AN D FANCY STORE.
91 Market Street, We doors East of Fourth Street,
sepfi . South side.
PHOENIX FOUNDRY.
J.J.OSLEP.. w. F.OSLEIL.
JOHN J. OSLER & BROT HER,
(succzssoas 'lO JAMES u. BAY.)
FOUNDBRS AND MACHINISTS,
Corner Pennsylvania. Railroad and State Street,
HARRISBURG, PA.
MIL I. G EARING, IRON FENCES, RAILROAD
AND CANAL WORK, _
AS!) ALL DEscxrrrzoxs or
IRON CASTINGS
0N HAND OR MADE TO ORDER.
MACHINE WORK AND REPAIRIN G I’BOMPTLY
ATTENDED _'l‘o.
PATTERNS MADE TO ORDER.
We have a. large and complete assortment of Patterns
to select from. - 521122
JUST RECEIVED!
A FULL ASSORTMENT 016'
HUMPHEEY’S HOMEDPATHIC SPECIFICSI
T 0 wqu WE nm'm um
ATTENTION OF THE AFFLICTED!
For sale at
. SCHEFFER’S BOOKSTORE,
np9 ' No. 18 Market st.
WE OFFER TO
CUSTOMBRS.
A New Lot of -
LADIES’ PURSES,
of Beautiful Styles, substantially made
A Splendid Assortment of
GENTLEMEN ’-S WALLETS
A New and Elegant Perfume,
KNIGHTS TEMPLABS’ BOQUET,
_ Put up in Out Glass Engraved Bottles.
- A Complete Assbrtment of
HANDKERCHIEF PERFUMBS,
0f the best Manufacture. ‘
A very Handsome Variety of
POWDER PUFF BOXES.
KELLEB’S DRUG- STORE,
91 Market street
J'y_3l
ESTABLISHED IN 1810
FANCY DYEING ESTABLISHMENT.
J , & W. JONES, No. 432 N. Front Street, above Gal
lowhill, Philadelphia, dye SILKS, WOOLEN AND
FANCY GOODS of every description. Their superior
style of Dyeing Ladies’ and Gentleman’s Garments is
widely known. Grape and Merino Shawls dyed the most
brilliant or plain colors. Grape and Marine Shawls
cleaned to look like new—also, Gentlemen’s apparel.
Curtains, (cm, cleaned or re—dyed.
{l3- Call and look at our work before going else
where. sapll-dfim
CHOICE SAUCES!
WORCESTERSIIIRE.
LUCKNOW CHUTNY,
CONTINENTAL,
80YER’S SULTANA,
ATHENIEUM,
LONDON CLUB,
SIR ROBERT PEEL,
IN DIA SOY,
READING SAUCE,
ENGLISH PEPPER SAUCE.
For 5:11}: by WM. DOCK, ML, 8:. CO.
my
DYOTTVILLE GLASS WORKS,
PHILADELPHIA,
MANUFACTURE
CABBOYS, DEMIJOHNS,
WINE, PORTER, MINERAL WATER, PICKLE AND
PRESERVE BOTTLES ~
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. A
- . H. 115: G. w. BENNERS,
“194113: 27 South Front steret, Philadelphia.
INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC.
1. W. WEBER nephew Ind taught by the we}! re
membered late I‘. ‘6’ Weber, of Eurilburg, in prepared
*0 Elva lessons in music upon the PIANO,vIOLm.
03 DO. VIOLIN ind FLUTE. .He will give lesson. .3,
Na Maiden», comer of Locust street Ind River may
0! It the home! of pupils . . 11125410111
Seamm'n’s Bookstore" in the place to
buy Gold POM—[mm .
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY, DECEMBER 31860.
toed.
To TH E I’U BL’IC}
JOHN TILL'S
COALY A R D:
' SOUTH SECOND STREET,
BELOW PRATT’S ROLLING 12:11le
HARRISBURG, PA.,
Where he has constantly on hand
LYKENS VALLEY BROKEN, EGG, STOVE AND
NUT COAL
ALSO,
WILKESBABBE STEAMBOA’I‘, BROKEN, STOVE
AND NUT COLL,
ALL OF THE BEST QUAL TTY. ‘
It. will be delivered to consumers clean. and full
weight warranted.‘
if? CONSUMERS GIVE ME A CALL r 01: TOUR
WINTER SUPPLY.
11? 0111815 left at my house, in Walnut street, near
Fifth; or at. Brubnker-‘s, North street; I. L. Spears,
'Market Square; Wm. Bostick‘s, corner cf Second and
South streets, and John Lingle’s, Second and Mulberry
streets, will receivo prompt attentinn J
jyls-dfim JOHN TILL.
COAL! GOALSZ
~ONL Y 3:41:11 IN 1678? THAT DELIVERS]
0 0A L B Y 'l‘ II E '
P A TENT‘W'EIGH CAB-TS!
NOW IS THE TIM}:
For every family to get in their supply of Coal for the
winter—weighed at their door by the Farm: Weigh
Carts. The accuracy qf these Carts no one disputes, and
they never get out of order, as is frequently the case. Of
the Platform Scales; besides, the consumer has the
satisfaction of proving the weight of 'his Coal at his
own house.
I have a. large supply of 00111 on Emmi, cn‘ulfihzg (If
S. M. CO.’S LYKENS VALLEY COAT; all sizes.
LYKEN S VALLEY do ‘ “ “
WILKESBARRE do. - ‘
BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP (10.
All Goal of the best quality mined, ma delivered free
from all impurities, at the lowest rates, by the boat or
car_load, single, half or third of tons, and by the bushel.
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, September 24. 1860.—sages .
GOAL! CQALH COALIEE
NOW' IS YOUR TIME
TO GET CLEAN GOAL!
FULL IVEIGHT AND NOTHING SHORT OF IT
Thankful to my friends and customers. for their liberal
patronage, I would inform them and the public generally,
that I am fully pmpurmiz on short notice, to supply them
with all kinds of ‘
SUPERIOR COAL or ALL SIZES
FREE FROM SLATE, AND CAREFULLY SCREENED,
AT AS LOW A
FIGURE AS FAIR DEALING WILL AFFORD!
Although my Coal is not weighed in SELF'WEIGHING
CARTS, mm- 15 wmanmn ox SCALES ACCURATELY TESTED
BY THE SEALER or WEIGHTS AND DIEASURES, and con
sumers may rest assured that they will be fairly and
honestly dealt with. I sell nothing but the very best
article, and no mixing.
Al5O, HICKORY, OAK 21ml PINE WOOD always: 521
band. 56174-613111 GEO. I'. WIESTLING.
U P ’l‘ 0 W NZ
I’ATENTWEIGHL‘AIITS
For the convenience of my numerous up town custom—
ers, I have established, in connection withmy old yard,
:1 Branch Goal Yard opposite North street. in a line with
the Pennsylvania canal, having the office fonuerlyoccu
pied by Mr. E. Harris. where consumers of Com inthut
vicinity and Verbeketown can receive their Coal by the
PATENT \VEIGH CARTS.
WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE FOR HA. UL ING,
And in any quantity they may desire: as low as can be
’ purchased anywhere.
L F 1" VE THOUSAND TONS COAL 0N HAND,
'or DYKENS VALLEY am; WILKESBARRE, all sizes.
I winning to maintam ffl'fl‘ prices, but “mowing
to be mldursala! by (my parties.
‘ {FAR 0011.1 forked up and delivererl clean anti free
1 (mm 8.11 impurities, and the best article mined.
\ Orders received at either Yard will be promptly tilled,
nd all Coal delivered by the Patent I‘Veigh Carts.
Coal sold by Boat, Car load, single, half or third of
tons, and by the bushel.
JAMES M. WHEELER
Harrisburg, October 13. 1860.—0ct15
filshiml.
HELMBOLD’S HELMBOLD’S
HELMBOLD’S lIELMBOLD’S
HELMBOLWS HELMBOLD’S
HEI‘MBOLD‘S EELMBOLD’S
HELM BOLD’S ’ HELMBOLD’S
HELMBOLD’S BELMBOLD’S
HELMBOLD’S - HELMBOIJFS
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Bush“, Extract Buchu, -
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buehu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buclm, Extract Bachu,
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELIC'ATE DISORDERS.
.FOK SECRET AND DELIC'ATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELIGATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELI'GATE DISORDERS.
A Positive and Specific Remedy.
_A Positive and Specific Remedy.
A Positive and Specific Remedy-
A Positive and Specific Remedy.
A Positive and Specific Remedy.
A Positive and Specific Remedy.
_ A Positive and Specific. Remedy.
‘ FOR DISEASES OF THE
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAY/"EL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY.
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNE YS, DROPSY,
m _ ORGANIC WEAKNESS,
ORGANIC WE AKNESB‘
ORGANIC WEAKNESB,
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, .
ORGAR'YO WEAKNESS, '
ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
And all Diseases of Selual Orgam, _
And all Diseases of Sexual Organs,
And. all Diseases of Sexual Organs,
. And all Diseases of Sexual Organs,
Amt all Diseases of Seam-at Organs,
And all views” of Sexual Organs,
ARISING FROM
Excuses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life.
Excuses, Exposures, and Imprudanuies in Life.
Excesses, Exposure“, and Impmdencies in Life.
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life.
Excuses, Exposures, and Imprndencies in Life.
Excuses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life. .
From whatever Geese'oiiginafing,and_whether exiatmg 1n
.MALE'BR mm“.
Females, take no more Pills! They are of no amil for
Complaints incident ta the sex. Use
EXTRACT BUOEL'.
Helmhold’s Extract Buchu is 8 Medicine which is P"-
lectly pleasant in its ,
‘ TASTE AND ODOR,
But immediate in its action, giving Health sud Vigor to
the Frame, Bloom to the Pallid Cheek, and restoring the
patient to a perfect state of _
HEALTH AND PURITY
Helmhold’s Extract Buchu in prepared weanling to
“WEED!!!.GEEWJE'EEZLEQE P 59523322“. 21.143!“ W
_TEE _Mo's'i' mkflvmvr'PfiiféibfA NS
Delay no longer. Procure the remedy at once.
Price $1 per bottle, or six for $5.
Dopot 104 South Tenth street, Philadelphig.
. BEWARE OF UNPRINOIPLED DEALERS
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MONDAY MORNING, DEC. 3, 1860
THE TOMB 01" THE WASHING TON F114)!-
IL- Y IN ENGLAND.
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LETTER FROM CHA‘ILLES SUMNER 1") JARED
SPARKS.
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{From the Boston Advertiser, Kev-ember 26.]
We take pleasure in printing the following
interesting letter from Mr. Sumner to Mr.
Sparks, describing. the “memorial stones” of
the Washington family, received from the Earl
of Spencer. The letter describes the parish
church of Brington, near Althorp, (the home of
the Spencer-3,) and the magnificent park at Al—
thorp: and exhibits the associations between
the Spencer family and Washington:
Bosros, 22d November, 1860.
My Dean Sm: Since our last conversation
the Earl Spencer has kindly sent to me precise
copies of the two “Memorial Stones” of the
English family of George Washington, which
I have already described to you as harmonizing
exactly with the pedigree which has the sanc
tion of your authority. These are of the some
stone and of the same size with the originals—
,and have the original inscriptions, being in all
respects fac similar. They will, therefore, give
you an exact idea of these most interesting
memorials in the parish church of Brington,
near Althorp, in Northamptonshire. y
The largest is of Lawrence Washington, the
father of John Washington, who emigrated to
America. It is a, slab of bluish gray sandstone
and measures five feet'and nine inches long,
and two feet and seven inches broad.
Here is the inscription :
HERE LIETH THE BODI 0F LLVRENCE
WASHINGTON soxn‘n AND HEIRE or l
ROBERT WASHINGTON OF SOVLGBAVB
IN run oous’rm or nonrnmrros '
ESQUIER wuo MARRIED MARGARET 1
THE ELDEST DAUGHTER 0F WILLIMI l
BUTLER 0F TEES IN THE. COUNTIE I
01‘ SUSSEXE ESQUIER, WHO HAD ISSU 1
BY HEB. 8 sons AND 9 DAUG-HTERS .
WHICH LAVRENCE Ducnssnn T 111: 1:} 1
OF DECEMBER A. D5l 1616 1
. THOSE THAT BY CHANCE on (motor:
1 011‘ THIS EAST SIGHT
I KNOW LIFE TO DEATH nnsmxns
i As DAYE 'ro NIGHT;
1 nor AS run some nnronxr
unvwns Tm: DAY
so CHRIST SHALL us
THOUGH TURNDE T 0 DUST d: CLAY.
Above the inscription, carved in the stone,
are the armsof the Washingtons with an ad
ditional quartering of another family.
The other is onilimheth Washington, daugh
ter of Lawrence Washington, and sister ofthe
emigrant. This is a slab of the some sandstone,
‘ and measures three feet and five inches long and
two feet and six inches bread. The inscription
‘ is on a small brass plate set into the stone and
is as follows :
HERE LIES IN'rnnnnn r 1: BODIES OF ELIZAB.
WASHINGTON WIDDOWE WHO CHANGED THIS
. LIFE FOR IMMORTALI’DY YE 19H 01‘ MARCH 1622.
1 AS ALSO YE BODY OF Bonner WASHINGTON
GENT. mm LATE- HUSBAND SECOND sense
01‘ ROBERT WASHINGTON or sononnvn In I'};
COUNTY OI“ NORTH. ESQR. WHO DEP’TED THIS
LIFE YEIOTII OF MARCH 1022. AFTER THEY LITED
LOVINGLY TOGETHER MANY YEARS IN THIS
PARISH.
On a separate brass, beneath the inscription,
are the arms of the Washingtons without any
addition. These= as you are well aware, have
the combination of stars and stripes, and are
sometimes supposed to have suggested our na
tional flag. In heraldic language there are
bars of gules and urgent, with three mallcts or
stars.
In the interesting chapter on the origin and
genealogy of the Washington family, which you
give in the appendix to your Life of Washing
ton, it appears that Lawrence, the father ofihc
emigrant, died 13th December, and was buried
at Brington 15th December, 1616. But the
genealogical tables which you followed gave no
indication of ihclvcolity of this church. Had
it appeared that it was the parish church of the
Spencer family in Northamptonshire, the local
ity, which I believe has not been heretofore
known in our country, would have been pre—
cisely fixed. ,
In point of fact, the slab which covers Lewd
rouge Washington isin the chancel of—the church,
by the side of the monuments of the Spencer
family. These are all in admirable preserva
tion, with full length cfiigies, busts or other
sculptural work, and exhibit. an interesting
and connected series of sepulchral memorials
from the reign of Henry VIII. to the present
time. Among them is a. monument by the early
English sculptor, Nicholas Stone; another by
Nollehins, from a. design by Cipriani, and
another by Flaxman, with exquisitely beautiful
personifications of Faith and Charity. Beneath
repose the successive representatives of this
illustrious family which has added to its aris
tocratic claims by services to the state, and
also by the unique and world-famous library
collected by one of its members. In this com
‘ penionship will be found the last English an
cestor of our Washington.
The other slob, covering Elizabeth, the sister
of the emigrant, is in one of the aisles of the
nave where it is scraped by the feet of all who
ass. -
p The parish of Itrington is between seven and
eight miles from the town of Northampton,
not. far from the centre of England. It is
written in Domesday Book “ Brinintonc” and
. also “ Brintone.” It contains about 2,210
acres, bf which about 1,490 acres belong to
Earl Spencer, about 326 acres to the rector in
right of the church, and about 130 acres to
other persons. The soil is in general a. dark
colored loam with a small trace of clay towards
the north, Nearly four-fifths of the Whole is
pasture and feeding land.
‘ In the village still ‘ stands the house, said to
have been occupied by the Washingtons when
the emigrant brother left them. You will see
a vignette of it on the titlcvpagc ot‘ the recent .
English work, entitled The ll’aslu‘ngtons. Deer ‘
the door is carved the words, “ The Lord glv' l
eth; the Lord mm]; away- Blessed be_ the .
name of the Lord;” while the parish register
gives a pathetic commentary by shomng that, _m
the very year When this house was built a: child
had been born and another one had died in this
famil . I
Tin); church, originally dedicated to the Vir
gin, stands at the northeast angle of the village,
and consists of an embattled tower withvfive
bells, a have; north and 9011111 aisles. a chancel,
a. chapel and a modern porch. The tower is
flanked by buttresses of two stages. The pre
sent fabric goes back in its origin to the be
ginning of the fourteenth century, nearly two
‘ hundred years before the discovery of America.
The chancel and chapel, where repose the
Spencersand Lawrence Worthington, were re
built by Sir John Spencer, the purchaser of
the estate, at the beginning of the sixteenth
century. They afl'ord one of the latest speci
mens of the Tudor style of architecture. The
church is beautifully situated on the summit of
the highest ground of Brington, andsurrounded
by a stonewall flanked on the inside by trees.
Dibdin says that, a more complete picture of a
country churchyard is rarely seen. A well
trimmed walk encircles the whole of the inte
rior, while the fine Gothic windows at the end
of the chancel fill the scene with picturesque
beauty. _ v
The Register of the Parish, Which is still
y
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING,
SUNDAYS EXCEI‘TKHJ,
BY O._BARRETT & (30.
THE Dun Puma-r AND Uxmz: will be sews-=1 :2) sub
acribers residing in the Burough tor sxx ems-rs mm was;
payable to thc Currier. Mail subscribers, sec; ML.
um; FER Anon.
Tm: WEEKLY will be published as heretofore, sex-:2.
weekly during the session of the Legislature, andonce a
week the remainder of the year, for two dollars in ai
mnce. or tin-ea dollars at the expirationof the year.
Conhected with this establishment is an ext-3min
JOB OFFICE, containing :n'ar'xety uf pluin and fancy
type. unequallgd by any establishment in the interioro!
the state, for which the patronaga of the public in am
“cited.
NO 79,
preserved, commences in 1500. From this it.
appears that William Proctor was the rector from
1601 £01627, covering the period of the last
of the Washingtons there. The folloxfmg fur-4
they enh'ies occur relating to thls famfly : v '
1616. ‘5 My. Lawrence Washington was buried XV 15.
day of December." _
1520- “ Mr. Philip Curtis (1. Miss Amy Washmgfo-‘J,
were married August S.”
11:22?" "‘ Mr. “Ebert Washington was buried March ye
—-— “Mrs. Elizabeth Washington: widow. was buried.
March _ve 20th.”
0f one of the ministers in this church we
have an interesting glimpse in EVelyn’s Me
moirs (VOL I" P- “I'3, J where the following entry
will be found under date of July, 1688; “Dr.
J cfi’rycs, the minister of Althorp, who was my
lord's chaplain “hen mnbassador in France;
preached the shortest discourse I ever heard;
but what was defective in the amplitude of his
sermon, he lmrl supplied in the largeness and
convenience of the parsonugcmousc,”
At a. short distance—less than :t mite-46
Althorp, the seat of the Spencers, surrounded
by a park of five hundred acres, one of whose
gates opens near the church. There are oak
trees bordering on the churchyard, which were
growing at the time of the purchase of the
cfitutc in the reign of Henry V 11. Evelyn was
often heve a. delighted visitor. On one occasion.
he speaks of “the house or rather palace at
Althorp.” (Vol. 1., p. 612.) In another place
he describes it as “placed in a pretty opan.
bottom, very finely watered and flanked with
stately woods and groves in upmk.” (Vol. 1.,
p. 4:51.) Let me add that there is on engraving
of Althorp at (his thumb} the younger Vostch
man, a. Dutch artist.
There is one feature of the park which ox
cited the admiration of Evelyn, and at a later
day of Mrs. Jameson, who gives to it some
beautiful pages in her Visits and Sketches at.
Home and Abroad. It is the record of the time
when different plantations of trees were begun.
While recommending this practice in his Sylva,
Evelyn remarks: “the only instance I know of
the like in our country is in the park at Al
thorp.” There are six of these commemora
tive stone-s. The first records a wood planted.
by Sir John Spencer, in 1:367 antlls6B; the
second, a wood planted by Sir John Spencer,
son of the former, in 15-81]; the third, :1. wood
planted by Robert- Lord Spencer, in 1602 and
1603 ; the fourth, 9. wood planted by Sir William
Spencer, Knight; of the Ball], afterwards Lord
Spencer, in 1124. The latter stone is ornu~
mented with the arms of the Spencers, and on
the back is inscribed “Up and he doing and
God will prosper.” It was in this scenery and.
amidst th cse associations that the Washingtons
lived. When the emigrant left in 1657, these
woods must have been well-grown. It was not.
long afterwards that they arrested the attention
of Evelyn.
The Household Books at Althorp show that.
for many years the Washingtons were frequent
guests there. The hospitality of this seat has
been renowned. The queen of James I. and.
the Prince Henry, on their way to London, in
1603, were welcomed therein on entertainment,
memorable for a mosque from the rigorous
muse of Ben .l'onson. (_.l-len Jonson’s Works,
Vol. VL, p. 43-3.) Charles I. was at Althorp.
in 164.7, when he received the first intelligence
of the approach of those pursuers front Whom
he never escaped until his life had been laid
down upon the scaffold. In 1698 King William
Wits there for a week, and according to Evelyn
was “mightily entertained.” ~ (Vol. 11. p. 50.)
At least one of the members of this family was
famous for hospitality of a dificrcnt character.
Evelyn records that he used to dine with the
Countess of Sunderland~the title then borne
by the Spencers—“ when she inritedfire-mlcrs,
stone-eaters and opera. singers, after the fash
ion of the day.” (Vol. 1., pp. 136, 433, 579.)
The family was early and constantly oisocisv
ted with literature. Spencer, the poet, be~
longed to it; and to one of its members he has
dedicated his “Tears of the Muses.” It was
for Alice Spencer that Milton is said to have
written his Arcades, and Sir John Harrington
has celebrated her memory by an epigmmr—
The Saeharissn of Waller was the Lady Dorothy
Sydney, wife of the first Earl of Sunderlttnd,
the third Lord Spencer, who perished fighting
for King Charles I. at Ncu‘bury. Ido not
duell on other associations ofn later day, as my
object is simply to allude to those which existed
in the time of the Washington.
“The nobility of the-Spencer's has been ii
lttstrated and enriched by the trophies ofiMarlw
borough ; but I exhort them to consider the.
Fairy Queen as the most precious jewel of their
coronet.” Thus wrote Gibbon in his memoirs,
and all must feel the beauty of the passage.—
Perhaps it is not too much to say that this
nobility may claim another illustration from.
its ties of friendship and neighborhood with the
family of Washington. I cannot doubt that.
hereafter the parish church of Brington will
he often visited by our countrymennvho will loolt:
with reverence upon it spot so closely associated
with American history.
I trust that this little sketch, suggested by
what I saw at Althorp during a brief visit last
autumn, will not seem irrelevant. Besides my
own personal impressions, and the volumes
quoted, I have relied upon Didhin’s Jidrs Ala
thwpt‘aaar, so interesting to all bibliographical
students, and especially upon Baker’s History
of Northamptonshire, one of those magnificent
local works which illustrate English history, to
which you refer in your Appendix. but which
.was not completed till some time after the Life
of Washington appeared. .
Of course, the Memorial Stones, which I have
received from Lord Spencer, are of much his
toric value, and I think that I shall best. carry
out. the generous idea of the giver by taking
care that they are permanently placed where
they can be seen by the public; perhaps at the
State House, near Chontry’s beautiful statue of
Washington—if this shouldbc agreeable to the
Commonwealth.
Pray pardon this long letter, and believe me,
my dear sir, with much regard,
13ch sincerely yours,
CHARLES wam.
Jared Sparks, Esrl
CISUINRATI. Hoe» TRADE—The Cincinnati
Price Currant of Wednesday says: The mar
ket for hogs became'more depressed, and pack
ere having pretty generally withdrawn from
the market, they became unsnleable, except to
a. very limited extent. towards the close of the
week, even at the reduced prices, but (11-overs
having paid a. price for their bags above the
current rates, showed a great'disinclination to
sell at. the decline, so that they also withdrew
their stocks from the market, and the receipts
since Saturday have been quite light, and the
number in the market small, but large enough
to supply the existing demand. Saturday and
Monday $5 75@5 80 were about the rates
obtainable for good hogs, and no anxiety to
buy or sell at these rates. On Tuesday, how
ever, smell sales were made at s6@ss 90’—
There are but five or six houses doing anything:
over thirty are holding of, waiting lower
prices. .
THANKSGIVING m NEW Effigy—Thanksgiving
was very generally observed m New York city
and viéinity on Thursday. In most of the
Ghm‘ches sermons were preached hearing more
or less upon the present aspect of political
efi‘eirs. Nearly all of these sermons were of 9.
conservative character. The day passed off
without accident or serious disorder.