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t have sworn upou the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mltttt of Mult." Thomas Jefferson.
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adise, and itsttlt ilic object beloved, die pre
siding spirit therein. Suth ii first love
iieaittiful first lute! when the . heart is
Warm and young, all truth and innocence
.Ind virtue. Oil 1 that we could keep the
heart in this purity and innocence, to make
this world the very heaven it is pictured
there. 11 ut wc ate heirs to the infirmities
of humanity, and ot r sorrows tread Upon
the heels of our joys. We make tirtuous
resolution?, and find how vain is human re
solves; wc see the way and know the road
to happiness, hut our passions, fearful niin
inter, draw us away, and with eery wish
and desire to progress in virtue and pence
and (diss, we turn iiwuy and fall to wretch
edness nnd despair.' . ' 1
And Mndeln'ii, on tile first awakening of
love's ucliglillul Uream, was nappy nune
so bleat as she. Generous and jjood as was
her own nature, she did not entertain
thought of the unworthiness of oihels, and
ilie gave up her whole giiod and iiiuoceiil
heart to one to who.n female conquests
were familiar and who courted her uidv for
the rake of adtling to his triiimps.
Ferdinand Si. Mare hecame n frequent
visit, r at the house of Madciou parents
ffordf There was one who could have TUUT1I BEAUTIFULLY EXPRESSED. ' saves neatly 02230,000 annually; or about"
restored her to herself again, hut he was far ..j,,- c,j,eii ,-ouhl only he made aware of
away, and all other voices failed lo bring a lUP ,ciu,.fet ,t.ig,t hii which parut be-
' FUtST LOVE.
' For him
This joun; h'ssrt heat 'with Us first wild passion,
Thatpuro feeling life cnlv'onca may' know.
Why aro'-you so sad, Madehm !,
Sau 1 No, 1 am nut sad. What cause and as each day seemed to bring out fresh
liave I for s'adiinss 1' ' Tails of meiil in his character, so cacti tin)
Vim left the dance suddenly, nnd the 1 did the affection of Madelon increase. And
company are i inquiring fur you.' she at length loved hjui with a woman
I will return with you. 1 did nut feel wild idolatry, with tha.dep, deathless pu
well the heat o( the room caused me to siun, " life only once may know." For tl
teiire. but 1 will return with you to the com. time Madelon lived in a world of bliss; she
beheld him whom she adored, him whom
The sneakers were two young girls, one of all otheis in the world she most regar
of whom was just upon the veige of o. I tied, Itim whose presence gave peace and
manhood a fair nnd graceful being, with a j., and happiness to her young heart, and
!iettt susceptible of die tentleresl love. jm whose absence her tile wan a blank, sou
Tuat heart had on that night been first a- smutty near hei; and wljile passion glam -
wakened to, tho tenderest emotions. ' In the cd from his large black eves, the word ol
eternal love came, like sweet mueir, -from
"luoked with -admiration upon h lair .y outig hisliiis, to the ears of tile gentle-iiia-d,
huh, and he, eixhatiled bv the spells winch Hut as lhehrij$lt summer lime passed a
her beautv had threw around, wuh-ptretl wav, o paseeil the love of Fetdiiiaud St,
wtet wofds in her taciilaled ear, till ovet- Alan; ihe Leaves ami e flowers decayed,
powered by the ne.w delight, idle had rtttt- and widl.vhem perished the affections ul
fcd to rellecl upon it, and to endeavor tu re tain who had ensnared the1 Alaueloii. 1 lie
laiit cumpusure. ' , young ami fragile thiiig was left alone 'to
smile upon tier white cheek. Days, weeks,
passed on, and Madelon grew weaker and
p-dcr every day; friends gathered around
heri and emy artifice was tried to reenter
her, hut in vain; the bolt had struck to deep
into tier heart, and it seemed that she would
iWakeu to happiness again only tu " the
hea Is of all are ktiow.i, and faithful love is
Tis ever tltusi '! ever thus, with beams of inorwl
With locks too blight and beautiful for such n World
as this; . ' '
One motEf nt round about us their" angel lightnings'.
Then down the veil of darkness drops, and all liatli
' passed sway.
And ill fv said that Madelon was dy lng.
The spring time had come again, and the
birds bung sweet melodies in ll.e jessamuic
boughs under her chamber window, and the
incense ,f sweet Jlowe.s was lirceze-wafled
into the room, aiid the Minlight conspired
to make all clad, save Madeloiu Nor birds,
nor lliiwus, nor sunlight revived hcrdnmp-
nig heard .And many teats were shed for
Madelon, but she was composed and re-
ntghed; she felt that theie was one living
being in the world who ;nuld save hei from
an early grave, bttishe knew that phe would
never ee again; one wotd might ieture
her, hut she knew that word could not
tie spoken, and she was resigned to her
it was a blight and beautiful inointug
Alien Madelmi sat in the mi 1st of her faint
ly, ralmlv awaiting ihehour of dessolation;
when she was observed to start wiluly, ami
ii-r father rushed ma arm towards hei; but
hold the developemeut of tilenl ami noble
sentiment in their offspring, wilh-what a
v'idity would they seek the means of expan
ding the sphere of their intclligencn and
81,000,000, in cheapness alone, over cost
of old modes of caitiagc
The British Gdvernrrfent Spent from
1805 to 1814, ten years, moie than 800,-'
000,000 sterling, or 81,000,000,000 1 !
The National defence of Great Dritainj
O'er those gentle tliou jhls (o brood,
btio lift Mie yet glad dance,
That haunts a sin's lirst.hour
Uf Ie-touched Holitudoi . .
Jluslq's sweet and distant sound .
Came floating on the air," -From
Iho banquct-ioom it told '
Of tho joyful dancers ihcre, '
lJut she tho lovclict olio
Had left the festal scent;,
To lircaiii oil what miiht be, .
To inuse on what. had been:
To think on loyu'8 soft words,
Her cur he hud drunk that ntht,
Vkile her heart beat echo-like , ., ,
And her elieek burnt ruby blight.
She had ii-maiiied apart from t dencers,
nnd alonu for nearly 1411 hour wheti her ab
oonce was noticed, alid her sister Genevieve
was sent in quest of her, the enrapt iie
Was fiiuud seated at the casement of her
-I.' i - l.i.: ... . t . i...
xiuiuioer, lUtiHiug out upon inc riarry an;,
to clearly, deeply, beuutil'uty blue, in .--
tranced delight, when the.. conversation oi
curred as aboe described f
sorrow, ami lier tears. a woman can oui
weep." Ferdinand was a gay tliniightlrfs
fellow, a spendthrift and g(mblei; his dis
position was good, but his passions master
ed him; he constantly inside, urinous resolu
tions, and as- Ireqileiilly broke them.
When he first beheld Madelon, he though t
it possible that he could love her, and re
main attached lo her alone, for cier. lint
theiiiovetiy of the atiachmeiii being gou'e,
the heart of the' lover took wing; 'and ai
length ilie. discovery was made by Madelon
that he. was oiTering his addiesses to unotli
The discovery came Tike a thunderbolt
upon the heart of Madelon; Hi the lull tide
of her happiness she was da-bed down to
utier misery: fiiin the bliss of krqwiiig that
sho Was beloved, she loll to tho wretched
ness and despair of desertion by the one
beloved. Who can paint the bitttir, wast
ing agony the young heart feels, when lr.iv-
been thus lured to the highest pinnacle ot
hlis, it is rudrlv cast into ihe dust I We
ilie made a sunt lor Jlim .to.h(lJiil,"l. and.
Iieut tu r neau inrwaru, as u cnginj n-....-
tng. u iiolhing was heard save ihe shin
n irofihe luetze through the tendrils of ihe
jessamiue, winch overhung thu chamber
wi.iduw, and Madelon piwsed-li.r liana in
disapj o ntmentover her brow; and resumed
her previous atltfude. "It was a wild and
c.liv l'..,i..-. father." she exclaimed, "I was
v . ' - '
r .mist, in .-hieitaiu the thouittit fur a mo
;isalooii, and again was
iat lit-t side, and again was
tlie Itean h altecin n utlercil at lier ueaiitv r
shrlnc. The lover proffered in his rapture,
.heart, fortune, soul; ami the itigcnious girl,
If ...I..I.... . ....... v.. I .. III. l.M ta, In lliu
i1ll1UClUl ICIllll.i'U Willi 1171 isiaici IV . . I ,t ....I
.. t 'r,. talk in nreanii g neans, oui nr
i. ci uiikiiiu i .... i r 11. . ......
i !i.i-r.i..r ..ft suddenly lircais; ages oi pain, . wiint....8
i. mm. mil n'er tde viciiin a neau. vik mc
' I l'-!.sI
heart-strings, yieidj'y earB nf misery am ex
nerifnecd iii a duv; the d.y thoughts are
.neau, luriui e, soiu, auu ioc iiik:ii' . . , i r .t. I
1 . . . -.i .i i .- ,- I i . ..,. troubled, and the dieains of the night are
siucasc-i im uio iiinuiuiii ui lie, nimi I ' . ... "m
, . , . , . ,ii. , .i,i faught w ih horrul l-uitie.s, mere arc nw
xcpted his overtures, and wn.wlook told - K.p:irtof
.11 it.... 1 I. ..I I 1 WUlun .
fflllll lltiit I1C iYilO UUIUVLI I . .'I
mA ...l : . l:i.. i..... the heart ol poor, weK, iraguo vum-..
.Tiini iii iiih nisi au-iiKriiiiiir 01 mvr in 11 ......
"i . n it... .rp.nili.Ht iiflieeril of tfll. tor OV, anu
'encryiis uean, inc it-eiiuu v inca mai - ... ut ...... .....
priiee, auu iijiiu.o-
iliirt wretchedness, and the world passes her
by , careless .mil hiedlcssof her stifleiings,
which she hides w Idle the powet of con
cealment lusltJ torturing hesclf to avoid ilie.
snarr 8 of the unfeeling; until the last hour
of 'suffering comes, and the heart breaks,
and the I'cntle victim lies at peace, under
.1.- r ...i.l. ihn'-.i.vrlaJ.
wha is found in the world, it sets lor itself M,fc B" ' .
.'taskiil.H miiti. I'eiieroiiH and rmni . it ooks aiui v"r - -
... i.i... o ..in.ii,.i i.ii.. . 'I'lmu lriril to riinifnrt her. Uut wliati1
-t .. . .. it I I 1.1 LI...I tninam lf nlhlrS ! loVO.
ttirwgf its power to mnReuie worjuapar-jcousoiauuii couiu mo nm.
iltcartis pcivuded partakes of the celestial
'i, i-... .... .-. i ..i :. i. ......
I cuariier. Il I mr inu nine uictnicu iiun-v
4rpiiiiii. film nil UN iiiiuii' nia uiv mill, mm i
rti.. i . :.... ir .... a......aii
is for (he ohjert beloved, it believes that n
will Bis litftcd w ith superior hanniuess to
A pause eitiued. It was broken by
voice, ieard by all present, inquiring lor
Madelou's father. The dying g rl scream
ed with delight, and rushing towards the
window, fell fainting before she could reach
It was Ferdimand's voice ! Tliey pro
ceeded to meei him.' lie had awakened to
a sense of his emus, and his heart reverted
to the gentle Madelon, he hadVome to sup
plicate fpgiveness. and to ask her to become
his bride. The father of Madelun joy fully
welci med ihe penitent, and instantly ac
companied him to Madelou's chamber.
Uut, -las J theie she lay upon the ground,
pale and lo all appearance, lifeless; while
mitv ext-rlion was beiiiir made tu effect
her recovery. Those exertion were nut
made in vain. Tie maiden opened her
clear blue eyes, and glanced inqniiinglv at
all thus- w ho stood around her. v erdinand
had been purposely keptbaek. "Twas but
a dream, then !" she murmlned, "Too hap
py for reality."
Say it was nofa dreami deaf Mad
elon !" returned her. sister, tenderly.
"Do not do not deceive me," 'cried the
girl, catching eagerly at lu r sister's words,
"do not deceite me is it he! is he
here! keep me no longer in suspense am
I to live or die!"
"Ah 1" shrieked tho maiden, "Ms no de
Itisiou i il is his voice ! he is here 1"
"Madelon, dearest Madelon I" exclaimed
Tim next moment Madelon, was locked
in Ferdinand's arms.
And ere the bright summer ended, a gay
marriage piorrssion was beheld approach
ing ihe little villiage church, and Madelon,
restored to health ami happiness, became
the bride pf iter heart's first tmd only
cherishing the moral sentiments lhatiiiipaii f' -800 to 1838, cost more than $5,000,
tliniiv to the human character. From in- 000,000 ! 1 03 per cant, iii H years, 1800-'
fancy "lo manhood the welfare and happi- 1614; 37 per cent, in 22 yearn of peace. Is
ness of the child i, the sole object of the P-ace worth having at that rate is national
patent's solicitude. Under all circuitlstan- ,lfe wnrlh h eVe,( ......
.e.s. through pood or evil foriune. the pre- Civilization, or wM?-Thb Bridsfi
sem mid future condition of those, whom Government spends for Army, Navy and
tlit v many have rocked iit the cradle or Ordnance, .8b0.000.000 a year. The leri
dandled on the knee, is the polar star to Universities of tilts three kingdoms spend
" nun Aim ,'l,t s ft a
which their affection point with undeviiii.g ,uuw,iiu a ycar-oa.ance in lavor oi oai-
I -t ... I I. w rt III- p .1 11
otislaiicy. Should their path through life w f"" un"h8' 00 n,"" 01
bo piosperotis, ihe possession of wealth and ' w ,,m(ls uevo-u 10 mni amount to
distinction is only precious in their eyes, as 9em "'i'1'0119 mmMy, hut much is per-
affording the means of conferring thoee vc"eu "" "8 mienura use. ,uou persons
who are, in future rears, to be iheir ri.pri!. re on uooks oi un.vcrs.i.cs; on noons or
sentalives ihe ll ,rs that attend riches ami Ar, D,,UI ' y auuu '
exalted character and should adversity w.umam aiumncm Journm;
their lot, and difficulties beset them, they '. v .v.-sm
ire lorgotteii in the hope that circumstances F'm the New England Oataiyi
may' ensure a netter late to their tiiituien. 1 no loitnwing anecdote in substance
Die i-hild may be afftictiouale nod lender, was. 'related to me by a revolutionary offi-
Inil the, filial relation is nut susceptible of ecr. Whether it is founded on fact or not
the intensity of affection which belongs to it is characterise of Yankee resolution and
the paternal tie. It is this depth of love skill in stratagem, "in these times which
thai enables the old to pass from the stage men's souls" and bodies too.
ot lilt; without regret. 1 hcv feel that in A uritish warlike vessel, of Considerable
ihcir children they will continue to live,and force was cruising off the coast of Coiineuti
iliat h.iwever this world and its concerns cut for some days : which was a sight not
may he lost to them, sucrecdmg generations at all agreeable In the Yankee's on shore j
will recognise iu their offspring portions ol one of whom Undertook to put a stop td
themselves. such insolence. Fur this purpose he col-
With what unspea' able delight does a iected a crew of hardy, resolute fellows;
father hehohl the first inanifelaiion? of ex- like himself chartered a stout coasting vec-
nalted intelligence in a son, and how does sel, loaded the deck to an appearance with
lie-ilw elLlU'Qn. actions, thjit J).e.siiejijLJiob!e-l barre!s..bxM&e. fit for tlie coasting tradef
lie s of purpose ami rotinunessoi iiiiegiiiy. siov.eu n "-''"" - -
If these feelings of gratifica'iion are inex- cutlasser, pistols and other iinplenlerfts; fit
presibly delightful, jso on the other -hami for lioarutng ami wim omy b....b..
the emJlions with which he views indica- on deck tu work tho teasel set sail on his
lions of an opposite charctqr, -are unuttera- adventurous expedition. He was sttoft iti
bly painful. To the see the object of his s art of the man of war, which niade sail
paternal solicitude, over whom he has for him. Ho pretended to crawl bff as
watched day after day, and year af.er yea., well as he could, but did not greatly hurry
falling iff from the path of virtue and deal !ii.nelf. Erelong they were within hail
to the appeals of honorable motives, is lo ing distance when the following ebliveratiori
have a source of bitterness of regret, to consumed.
....1.1..1. .... ...n..r:,l IdeisiiiL' can furnish an (ttnt. Jutham. "Ahoi; what vesseU
i " --- o
imlidnte. Honors mav await, and the con that 1
fidence and love of his fellow beings, for a Oapt, Bull "A British man'of war.-
.noment. cheer his path through life,, hut What re. you, where are yott from and
when he reflects that his honor and his lut e where are you hound !' .
are to be changed it.to ciilempt and dislike J "I am an American coaster from Ston
iu the person ol his own chilo. ho feels as it.gton harbor, bn.md all along shore,
if it were better to lie deprived of all, than U. "Where's Stonntngton harbor !
. ... i....J..Ks-1f a contrast. If J. " You are a pretty fellow for a mart--
l ttlllirCS ' SIVXS -CSSSSSSSHO 1 . . .
life a joy more of-war, anil Uunt unuw wnere oiouniuSou
i that of behold- harbor is.'
their be reserved for
exhatted than all othe
ill" its last moments r
ness and afiection ol a V
progenv, and if'ihere he
uizing than any other, it
narpnl. whosO last t
the crimes of a depr;
f ha income of England in
1823. wns 81,3.50,000,000
Phe Governineht received
for its dliaru,
County and, other assess
Or in round numkers,, (reduced
for errors,)- , 8tl0.000.000
Incomes of Iishorers
the fond. U. '-None oi your tmpuuence, or i -i uro
W virtuous into and s.nk you. What are you loaded
more, aga- will, I" -
it of a living J- s-'e "Pnn oecK' anu "
unon and the deacon's isle besides : so lire away
fondly loved! nnd be darne'd and stave thatjsnd see who'll
pay lur it.
U.." Come along side you .rascal reoei
or I'll blow you sky-high-"
J. "Well, 1 must, I spose, foryour great
black guns there look damnation pokerish,
Upon this Jotham taking advantage of the
wind, immediately rait foul of and grappled
the British vessel, his ersw immedistely
$20,000,000 rnslurd upon deck; pfoving to tha complete
surprise and llinnue aiuiiiisiuncni ui in
British that the " meat in the hold was all
alive. They were wholly unpreparoa lor
resistance, so surrendered at descretlmi, 1
" Now," says Jmliam, haul down that are!
rage there Up atuft, and we'll hatlg up anuili-
er guffs ono in its place, with stars, anu
stripes on'l and then show you Stonnirigtort
harbor about the quickest,'1 This wag
speedily accomplished, as much to tho joy"
of ilie Yankees, as tu ihe chagrin and mor
tinVatioit of the caplivesi
laborers," " " " ',
' Trade and Manufactures,
All other families, v
Tha Literpool and Manchistir Railroad
Fashion makes people visit tvhefi 'they
had rather stay at home, eat when they are)
not hungry, and diink when they are not
dry, She tuins health and makes fools v(
al her; followers.