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THE.ROS;E OF MAY.
Dv THE Ar'mon OF "LETTERS FROM' THE EAST."
I said tho llowor would bloom no more,
That willier'd yestorday;
That worniog dews would ne'er restore
My !,vela Fos? or May.
The too - cold a thin,7
In unt icorl drram to he:
71:0 pro• pot to, , e, the present spring,
Are all of lire to niC. •
I do reinellther well my grief,
'When died iny tlower—ad then
ATV joys which lime brought., leaf by leaf,
As s‘veet n tlower again.
And then I said, "Farewell, lespair,
Thou art no guest- Ibr
IVhate'er I lose of bright or lair,
1 hope again to see."
Alas! wept. since then.
And cleat h has robb'd ntv bowery;
rut oven amidst. the grierjormen,
" I've edtothrt (bumf in flowers.
For, if the bloom or love he brief:
Am! iI Fame's crown be rivrn, ,
I ‘votilil !lot moorn He's Foiiio.2 leaf.
lita look tin• sprinu; in lieit‘oli.
the INetvA'n'il irror
TITS OPTHIV Es.
According to all the rides by y.-hieliwe estimate
worldly diapp,ipess, tI r. Ith y oni!hl le hay"
happy 110111. He had 'Walt i. 't% v.lllll, :11l 111ilifth10
Wife and obedient children. II hit t , . rut v i nod
loom the respect oft he pelf, an d hi s
red the preference of s eh as only how to worldly
pr(isperity. But the most delnsdve estimates i)f
'happiness are those who erect on the basis of Mg
\Yard appearances. Frolll' t hese We decide that a
7111111 ought to lie happy, and set hint down ,as SIICII
NVitllolll thriller inquiry. Happiness is in the dis
..position, not in,put ward cireunistances, and thus
The snbiert ol'olir 'story inherited from both
farads itri impationee of trifles. Ills tattier 1111:1
7101 11W palicncc ludo ally thing . that Co'l. kiln 1 .1
1110111011r,4 ditlietilty. Ifhc turned a lice tlw term
way, 11 , 11 to 0110 Intl. hie broke it hethro l ie co uld
bring him-elf to turn it to the other. In fact he
could not (loony thing that required the least. man
agement Or delay, and I'oll 111 a passion ten times
it day ;thou( !t ot is mother led off sewin g
before she L TI•PW up,.heeause she could not er"hire
the Trouble of threading a needle.
In the nursery, young master 1 rby broke all his
playthings' because it was too much trouble to use
them; at school the trouble of learning the multi
'plication table made him so impatient that he tore'
it all to pieces; nl, when a young- loan, he. Hover
bit his foot against a stick or a stone without !giv
ing;' it a I:hi 1 ;i with tt malediction to hoot. I le could
not hear a crowd because he Was impat M it s.!' r e.
straint, nor sufflude bemuse he was impatie n t of
hi s own com p an y, Ile Was Oit I;nown to d e l a y
reading a flo, ()rite hook merely Mr want of pa
tience to cut the leayes;and thos he missed a large
portion MTh° pleasured; of enjoyment solely ()lithe
score of his dete,,-,!ation of the trouble of ebtaimeg
them. \ye recollect that one uuitniug Ito was go
ing on an excursion which he promised himself
great satisfaction, when a pair of new hoots tea.
brought lionw, which he a ished to wear .on the
occasion. Ile wits fretting with impatience to
join his part Y. l'itemtunately they did not go on
as eiedly as a glove, aid :diet two or throe. pills,
our Iwo got in uch a passim that lie swore a
great onli, and threw one oft's , boots with such
violence from hint that it, upset the inkstand and
spoiled his carpet. This eansed him tai fall into it
still greater passion, he fired away the other and
For these I wo.at melons
ell'ences, lie finally threw them ihotT) out Of the
w i n d ow w ith sn efi l violence that hr itroke the head
plan honest person who happened to lie passing;
at the same tune denouneing the physical con
formation of man, wild being predestined to wear
boots, was artommodatt•4l with a toil, as 'Ten
pose t o pros 11 his inutile,: them on. Ile was all
fronted at 4V - those save aiflictimis, that he deter
mined not. Into on rho excorsion. The ilext day
lie had to pay a round sum for breaking the poor
man's pole, whit 11 made him ten liiuos more im
patient Clem ever. -
Our hero finding- the tifa li-tell - tor so 11111 of
jittlotrOnbles, ;th u tceations,that Ito resolv
ed in a fit of impatience to marry.. Accordingly
he reflected at least live !ninnies, when he got out
of l patience a-ith thinking - , and deterinined to have
'no more trouble of that sort.. Ile decided :donee,
stiffly(' forth, and knocked at the door or Ihn fitir
Julia, whom he intended to address iustanter.—
The servant who was iTia luc r e coming dial. he was
omit oral' patience, and turned away in disguist,
determined to have nothing to say to the fair
Julia, who kept kiln waiting a whole mieute at
Ile bent his coarse to the • divellin . g of another
fiiir lady, and !initickily found the servant on thesteps,
steps, shaking,.. a rug, whicliraised a cloud of Mist
NVIIICh so SeriellSly 1111:00111100d 'tint, that he went
away in great:Wrath without saying a word.
From theiwe he proceeded to Visit the pretty,
sprightly brunet le, Eleknor i and thrtimately was
neither delayial at the door nor driven away hy;the
dust. Ifo was ush,lired into the parlour, and fold
the lady would be down presently. lie wailed a
quarter of a minute, and then began to drilin
lently on the table.. Ile waited another quarter,
- and figetted round the room three or four times.—
Still the provoking damsel did not come. "She's
enough to tire the patience of a saint," (moth our
hero, and -stalked - untrif the - room in a furious lit
ofinipatieme. The street door had a sgring lock,
which : delay / 0d him an instant and threw him into
an or:Ailey of fretfulness; lib slammed thou door so
Wird that he alaraned all the old rats in thehouse.
. Fot'tunately he aelength found admittance
to a dwelling, the door orwhicli was open, and .the
young lady already in the parlor., lie 'paid his
cothpliments site: could scarcely emu
prebend,. for lie had -not .patience to speak locy.-
lady'was rather slow in ioiswering, and our
hero was just getting out ofan
pati °tic but he
and an agreeable conversation eristuid. lie . WIIS
astonished to find when he ‘yent away that his
tit had actual)); lasted fifteen minute's, during all
• whiell—tionr ho bail not once got out. of patience.
Ho wont the next day, and found t; old l a dy
mother 'ln the parlour, who pretty nearly annihila
ted bin) with tuutecount of an attack of tho,rheit.
powors: how did hOdgbi,
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Dirrir PATRl4„pflonr:S.sß VTR rs— ,, TuE LOVE OF .t COENVItY LENDS ME TO HE. OE A OVANTAOE To NtY FELLOW.CIVIAENis.”
out his legs, and twirl his hat, and .drum on the
arm chair! lle wasinst on the poitdorgiving tmi
the g.host wheirh great revolution tool; pi:HT.- 77
lad}—nante in and the old lady depart=
ed: Mr. Irby thou rift the former otte of the tittel
charming. of her sex, ottl:- she Inked a little
too slow for him. She ectv; indeed a Model of
otenness, Patience, and discretion. The vary
antipodes often. hero. It is tlieref ,rct no wi llu tc,r
that they should fall iii love. The two extremes
generally come togetliersoMmr or-lifter.
II wa , not limu:Jpotbre Ito otrorod ItititcoL'and
\va , a...c0100d; but ilto ladv•, a.- all Lit•iirr,to fratalc: ,
51t.111,1 do, hr:0;00(11nd 15111.11...1 a littlo heron . . ;-.lle
till , red the iti.ei.e , vlll)l,' wilieh rirr ele: 6 1 0 l'At 0 or
tpV IV; , , not rr:'lr:rlirurr'tiia; hr
q. jied-olnrut seLite.r4 hi.r 11: , t and 13iddiiilr livr a.
tlr , r) 11111)011`lit Gtr wrilditvz that
could hardly ivait for the v.-eliding clothe:, wiTieh
we don't sonoich vrinder at, a. hi, bride wa.-;
creature. Ila wa, inirtient bee:luso
teas live ininut.es behind his ti:ke:
wiis still more inipPlient heroine the hi 'phi and
her maids wf•re•not quito rea.l.). at tuout.tht;
and a was out of all patient c v,ii tit. u;_ , ,t,h of
thy ceremony that. he att-terra! suuclry ,tf , :,t
1,01.,r,‘ they were a. 1,041. Ni‘%. , r loan A% :,r1 moor
at. the 1:11.11.tiii:a111alit)11 11
fell to hi: lot n 1 ,tipper to cut tip a 1,,i 1 4.11
"w and Ito wa, throe or lour t itiwq 'i the
nt'tltr:r.citi! it, at the old ipodientaii, hi - hot.oreil
fur int . ; hint such a ihaholical
'Ehr , Firpnt: gall- all flit-; hut rts he wits
they ilaitorod thr•litivvs they had sveurod the
hapititto.o: ortheir (la tijd..-ut ih ['din t , aw !inn:l;l.4
all, as in fluty bound. Sito ‘rvas in lora, and near
Air. Trhr , :et up an
trnnblrs increaqe‘d teolldd, and lin !Silt Mit of l'a
tionve tHrt times olt. , ner than ever. ( wornin;r,
about a motif It or Iltoriahnnta atlcr la4in2.
bride and Ili- , Irou,o, Int runt.' tile boll
for "a "'Pry int, and before the sound could roach the
low , r h.peated it wills an expression
or ',II f 'wilco at Ihr lazine,s tutCle
"Ile Ins wit hod time tit COMM, " t.aid hiy Wire,
in lier thlittory way.
"Not time! I c.odd have Bono to the garret a nd
back atra in?"
"indeed you. are nyistalien, niy dour—haven
little pat tenee—hPrl` la,e COlli , S, "
Mr. Irby gitVit 11;111 it violent rebuke for being
go bong an-iiweriniL: the boil.
"Yno spilt nu, on ;cn errantly sir," 7Ppl;f'd he.
"So you dtd, cl..ar ; --11()W I rocoll2ct," situ'
irhy said hut ho wag nu! or all pa
first vi him oft r m • unt r“.•••1:-.ctin t ,:lia v.
Mu: tlpi man a w.iv: thr , man
for doprivim4 him prs-i au op i10 , 4 v I it
!Wing' Ont. orliatienciu and thirdly with Airs. Irby
for 'not helm; nut pat wilco i h
"Ilpou my soul, madam, you are auougli to pro
yoko a stone."
"I low so, toy dear?" said hr smiling
"1 - ott have the patience of Joh."
Irhy had it
. inst„on the tip of her tmiztie to
say she wilted she could return the ron iii i; ro mv,;
lint we rers.rd it as a modern mirm.le flat site re.
skted the temptation, and only raid, making a low
rnrtesv at the tittle,
"I timuk vOll fOr hill' ei)111;)11111°!It 111 V tioar."
"Hew!" (plolh p.mf l li.lHrite prcvolied
at his toile tyr so 'lnv.:lmmo patience than
(hi another rieea , imi - Tlir. Irliv fell into n 2 . rmi t
pa,sion becan , e 111 N\ et:!11 , 1 TICt 1111111Pillatdy
tied the key - o(a::r.ttor wiam he wanted it•
"V.ounds, n n Im," cried It "V. , llll(‘Vt'r can rind
;thy thing tchen I - want It. ;1, liotr halt' your Ere
155 !won spout in looliing. for
llrs.lrhysaidl 1101111IIV:, 1 .)111 Coolllllll'4l the search
her husband ‘V.IS Cn Itillg his soul, and
uttering irritating rellections. tic wasjuFt going
to break the lock when the lady all at once ex.
"I 1, now i rornlleet—y on have it, tny doar—l
gave iLtO yeti Ye".clerday."
Ile denied it at firfl, and could net he persuaded
to put his hand in his pocket to set+ il • it was there.
sure--Lposit lye, it xv4i . :: not. 1 rhy ap
-1)r4::&.e.-441,,ii.rtTW it'll - trt put - her
11:11111 into his Waistcoat pocket and d,r,ew mit the
identical key. She did not laugh, slio`.l4l:!..trot
give a look ot • trittinpli, 'Mt WOO and sat (I.3vn to
"11 - y dear," at length she said, "why don't you
open the drawer, now you have the key"'
it':; no consequence—it will do just as well
Alrs. Irhv was tempted by the ovil one to tell
her lup.han:l it was h iti .tily wor th w hil e t o tet :' so
out of patience ahonf t. 10 - a ter Or mi cotwoquence
—hut she .vas a model oi'discretion, and said not
1111(0 or word. .44
This was exceedingly provoking. Tralrthe titnn
Mr. - Irby had nobody to dispute with about Huth.
'nig, and it was but a dull business to he angry a
lone. Ile made divers attempts to put his wile
out or patieHer., hut all in vain, she neither joined
in his anger against others, none liiw o(...l'a * Sloll
to ho angry with lwrselr.
"Pounds!" said he to Ilion:elf, "I believe the de.
Vil 18 111 the woman," and he !l o ot 01110 r all patilice
because he could not pot his without or i mtleneo.
truth is, sho made him it-hained of himself,
and his wayward disposii ion took oll'eneo at sett.
reproach. Instead of putting- hint 'on correeting
his owl/faults, it only matte him' the more testy
Being oft domestic turn, le generally. staid at
!untie almost all the day—and a matt who keeps
house 'without any business of his own, is p r etty
certain to interfere in the just prerogatives of his
wife. Mr. Irby was always prying about, seeping
causesa discontent and Fellltorm) tt. It' he de
tected a cob-web hanging from the ,eiling'„he got
out . of patience with his wile, It s servants, the
spiders, and himseil: Ile could not rest till he had
made an uproar in the house, HAI fretted lamselr
sore about it. a
11y degrees ho per:Maded himself there was no.
thing done in the house as it ought to be, unless
he attended to it himself. Under the dominion of
this freak he set about meddling with what proper
ly belonged to the jurisdiction of his wife. All hu
man beings, love power, and that too in proportion
to the limited sphere in which they exercise it.
Women are of course tenacious of their dominion
within 4160f5, the right to which they acqhire by
vrrpndoring that without to their hushitnds. It'
was very vexatunts to' see Mr. Irby usurping . the
distill' tut Mrs. Irby was never lotown. to get
mita fin - ii•Taii - these occasions, either because
she-was inc pablo of anger, or that she took warn
wig from the example of her hustand,_ who, with
every 'thing in his poWer to be happy,ilaily, anti'
hourly fretted'hiniself.intolt . stine of misery, at the
snte time that'll° Made every body dependent on
pun to miserable us himself.
"I wiuti to Itikavno, Ja.no," ettidhe. one Iy, etflor
liitvi4donti , itild NAL eouoglito provoke" novk-
WEDNE'_ISDAY I MAY 11 I, 1831.
tie.;s itself, "I wish you would get over that (FL-a
greeable, obstinate habit
. vou've got."
"Irhat obstinate habit my ilear!" replied llts.
IrhY, rather surprised at. Coo charge.
"Why I mean that internal provoking habit of
l;reping your temper \viten pm st`l. 1110
tienro With every body and eve..-y , thin t r. An at:
fectionate wife ou;flit always to , :yiinatlii . fr with
her litt•lyind:' Itittio see you sittim , perre,th; nn•
iin.‘ed when I have a ill ram v.; Mr heiu , in
a na ,, ion ton bad. It intil‘es oue feel as if One
bud nu reason for' one's condoet. Now Al!), my
dear .lane, gel angry sometimes, wont von"
"Ily dear, 1 vit.:A it ii.: 1., nut
Pololll'o or ;01;10'. 1 W1, , 11 Ir, til l4J!)11,:t• van."
."Alf hal it i'llll 1 . 0101(10a
, 011Sihii• Wifillaill've got I'm a wire,” Air. Ir
by. "Not know boy; to L;et out i,ali-nI
ore I could have tan,glit her that, it' she (nowt
been an insensible block." And away he went
in a passion to 10011 for cobwebs ihid scold the,ser
Ey &f ,. rees hr betran to di , lt's - e his vire becaue
slw confirtit ,'Pt out i t a I Wiwi- andcirsvnt:latlite
with iii,it. It S , iioWed a want of iuwn iLiftiv,a
want. ora Cforl ion, a want of 9(`11. , ` is Il et . Nfin v,•as
fm.l, 212111 t 11(srf' P11(1 of thi,
A svoina II 'will pardon a.m• thin ! ; in it husband,
if she' is mill - sati find that he loos her truly. Bat
ii to orein.ional nitliiiiiinesA lie adds inilirt . ,.rente,
nut: iselda herself; can pre erve Gbrilietwe and
teml-rni.-.s. The faults of :Ur. Irl.V ‘vir re
enstrang•ing the ittl . ertions of his wik.; and.
thom2:ll she preserved in her 'patience, there tvit ,
not the s:lnie f.weetness adoportnietii toxvards her
lin,..l;: i nd a s ti,rinerly. tcrie r n 1.11, high
ro:td to ittditVrrottoltt, alienation, :Ind
when a sio•itn: of raisrortones I:v th-Lto es ittliktd
thrnt once a•zain into the bonds of mutual sym
Irhv had estates in St. I)ontiip.fo, or whieli
lie by the revolution
that ei,averted the oppressed s!::ve into e remorse
h.ss tyrant. The loss of thr,, , ~ ., t r:•ilecied his
eiretunAanrec exece , !inglv, acid ohrp : o.4l hint In
vircoloscrihe oold cow
-1H:flu! nothing. 111111'e than ;TheordMary I..onirorls or
Jiro. Hut %%hat wits very :.arpli :mg, Tice news
neither !nit lain out ofpetier , nor eludehim an
gry. 110 communicated it to hi , wile in a cold,
solemn tnanner that wits miin:
"NVell;MA•or mind," said Airs. Iri)v w.lio felt her
Old ;117(1,11; ms aw4koned lie• touch efinislhrtime.
"Never mind, my deer, we have our children and
the Itleallti of supporting-I;p.m."
Air. Ithv ItiNsed Ills ‘‘'ire , ! Willi all the tvarinth rd
first love, turd received a hisn sweeter than that of
Ile Ind now FoMethinglo think r.fl;4 , P.i4l,stride'f;
and it was several weeks ber,rne he undertook to
l oo k I f , r cobwebs. '
scold the net vants, vet out Qt . pa
tiance hinisell, or And fault with his wife lin nut
doing it. Qld Inibitsure,however, obstinate things.
They are like spaniels, you commit boat thein.from
you. Mr. Irby was gradually relapsing; when the
news of the failure ()fa man whom hehitd entrust
ed with his out door afiltirs,whilo lie was attending;
to those within, again relieved team from the,dentin.
ion of littleness. Ile received the shock with firm
] nets—kept his temper and patience- 7 although he
j was now reduced to povetry.
''Well my dear," said his good wife, "we must
exert ourselves for the sake of our children. I
cannot earn, but 1 nail nave.''
Mr. Irby was irepired by the cheerfulness of
! his wile. "! too c•ni do something'
out orpatiencr," thought he "that
Ile procured, by the influence of M s. Irby's
I fritunk, respect a Ide houeli Lborious e mold
which occupied him se cornid-ftly during the !ilVi
that he had nevt - time to get out rd . patienee.
was so tired when he came home that he bad not
the least inclination to trouble hiniselfwith the al
-1 fairs of his household, and had no servants to wor
ry his soul by not answering - the bell.. In short
he had occupation fur his time and 1 houghtS, end
: that pettish, feverish, impatience which had been
1114 , bam , of his own happiness, as well as that of
his ti Ile and children, yielded entirely and forever
to - I he iti - gairiTdimpression or serious calamity,
assisted by the necessity fir constant employment.
Their loss of tintune thus became the source of
permanent pear° and happiness.
"Ii an ill wind that blows nobody good,"
"What a delightful thing it is to have something
, to do gin doors, instead of looking for cobwebs
within," inoth Mr. Irby. "I've no patience with
myself when I think how I used to get out of pa
tience about nothing."
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Tut: Goons or 1 rr—Speaking of these,
Sir Wm. Temple SiLVS:—the greatest plea
sure - of lire is Lovu; the greatest trea!4tire is
CoNTENT.Iiryrt the greatest poses ion is
Ilr:Ai,rn; the greatest ease is SLccr; and
the greatest medicine is a TRUE Fit lEN D.
. John Randolph, the American System
haler, said he would go twenty rods to kick
a sheep. At the dinner given to Mr. Bur
gess in New York, he was thus compli
inented-: Hon. Johnitandolph, the ie.t
time he kicks, a sheep, may it prove a bat
It is but little known, but it is neverthe
less a filet, says the Portland Mirror, that
a little tar rubbed on the neclik . ot: young
lan►lis or geese, will prevent the _tleptYqa
tions of tikes upon than; these animals Irtve
an unconquerable averskin to the'sotell or
WomEN WlTit WitniritulF.-----One world
suppose that in peeisely the-ratio that the
march of mind prevaired in and enti;;Etentid
this country, that tlya.absurdities l;kdiion
Would take a retrograde movement and be
expelled front all docent society., 'Pins is
not the case, however, and sonic of,Our coun
try readers will doubt the fact, when we as
sure them, that some ofthe iliAjonable belles
of this city have en_iunbitionl o g_ w _l us h, e rs,
-and in an attempt tO 'gratify this absurd
whim, so arrange their hair upon their faces
As to give them, the appearance of wearing
these masculine appendages. seVeral of the
softer sex thus disguised have - appeared at
the tljeatre and in our pUblio. promenades.
Ilre,nt),fice the fashion as one discreditable
to delicacy, 'and beyond the Ocerogatives
the se4: It ShoUld' be frowned down by the
(70111111011 einp4ent.'of eVrY'.fotniniett APirit•
In the ani►nal creation noneor the female
gender have whiskers, hut a srries, which,
above all others, a delicate wn►nan mold
dislike to patters► alter. A dandy with
mustachios is bad enough in all conscience,
hut a Nv n tiriti in whi , zliers;—ve Bytnmels--
; 'll . s monstrons!—Bicknars iZeportei.
(1 ESTIONS A I) INSWEIIS.
1",./tr,k I•'iern/visor/2w Fib' ati (eel!
Iter;iii-:e it shim , : !hi! lii Irt, and commits
its (I-Inv:lotions in ilarlitics , ;.
11 - hr/ i:; it like rr Lair 11 . er ?
Jtcrail;e it wont ‘vit hunt a J.
- is it like the Peril ?.
Because it WI)ITICS; \VIII )111 it can't devour.
11 , ;Crtmin Franklin firA. intToducpd
broom corn into this country; he had the
curio it v to save a r'\%' s'cils that were at.
tache'd to an important corii'iviO,.li,
we h a ve hum at corn in abundance.
NEAR StGICITD PlG.—During, the
late eelilwe many FM unconscious beauty
'smutted Ihe (91(1 of her pretty nose, while
viewing; the phenomenon through ft smoked
a5, , ,,'-‘—but this eagerness of ob,:e r v a ii on
\Vai not cunlinerl exclusively to the ladies.
A buy not rtgnarliablo for preeocimis wis
dom wre; ,4een in a tieigidiorileg yard fasten
! ing a hi re pair of his a,ranchnother's specs.
on the novae ot'a capacious and sage looking.
porker; lie said,..he was; only letting the
'Might of science" into the pig's hold.
N. Y. Constellation.
1 ,1 Ft A NC I E.
Fit •ND TA IX— FitAxtx. AND DEFDICM—NEW
DTOcO I. AGA INSI"IIIR BELGIANS—FR A NCI.: AND
FDLAND—POLICY THE NEW Ett Exult MINIS.
TR T IN 'nil.: DOMESTIC AFFAIRS Or FRANCE.
To the Editor of the London Morning Chronicle.
PAWS, March 27, 1531.
Sir—The Austrians have entered Bolog
wade his proe.
lamation itt favor of "Order" and "Despo
tism;' declared that, the. Austrian. troops
were "inrtite first instance" to enter Mode
na and Parma. The lovers of peace, at all
hazards, awl at all prices, said, that although
the "pacific" Emperor spoke ‘ . (.)l . tliZl first
inAance," yet really he Ilan no intention of
proceeding into the Roman States—and that
it any titistakethe troops should proceed
as far as Ferrara, that they would arrest
;Their march at the 'birth-place of A riosto,
and not incur the indignation and 'reproach
es, the anger and resentment of Francel—
'From hour to hour these assurances have I
been made in Le Temps (which of late has
changed its colors;) in the Journal des De.'
hats, which no later titan yesterday rccom&
mendon war in castl the Austrian troops
should attempt to establish themselves as
the police Of the Ibunan Slates; and in all
the ( !owl Circles and Literary Salons,
where it has been laid down as a sort ()fax-,
iont that Ferrara would he the limit of
French forbearance. But at length the
Austrians have entered Bologna! and (lie
peace party are to-day biting their lips and
cursing- thejr own imprialeml in not even
cousentinn beftrehand to the entry which
has been made, and to which they innst
now submit, or declare war. 'rho Teams
ot';o-dav hiss, however, with its accustomed
ability, thatittlit of - a remedy liir.this ern,
and it says, "Let us Nvait"—This is the re
sult of themegociations or policy of tit.: late
Minist ty. "We cannot know, the r-sult of
the new system of our new Cahinet before
the iniddlo, of April;" and, in Line, tli,v are
for waiting till the mischief iS (lone, and
then they will exclaim, "It is too late to
help it !!" Althou4ll,Thowever, "the peace
!tarty" has not yetl 1
a.):1111.0lied itS he'll:S--
0W natien has nearly lost is p ii tif r;-e. All
reasonable and resretable citizens. unques
tionably admit that war is a groat evil, and
that peace shotild, if possible, are proserVed;
but all citizens who have a grain ofeormtion
sense, and whose love of high .priers does
not get the better of their jtith , :tuents, must
also admit that after the-revolution of July i
in France; if despotic and absolute Germ n-
Merits shall succeed 'in crtillin. r ,a- the spirit
and- Five of liberty in oiler hinds, they will
afterwards mate to attack that Revolution
'which was the parent of the rest, and ‘\ Hell
these Despots only turcet to respect because
it is powertitl. anal until they have succeed. '
ed in crushing ill its allies.
lyi the cases - of - llodena and Parton, flue
excuses. which .treis. iiii(l4 by_ _the Court_cf
Vi e nna, though fr . Oolous and unjust, wer,.
vet foit ded upon something liko the m otezt
of family allianres, and the necessity fOr .
st.lppot:ting the nignitv and honontof Aus
tr urn . Princes; • lint. the case of tl 0 Papal
States admits of no such subterfity.e--aial as
Austria is arming every where Ls-has order
ed a nets levys.etitreops- , --has just-made a
loan of 1.00- millions of franeA--oectipies
lit_lentt. and Parma.L—and ore this duntinrit eS
in Romania, and will occupy all central Lta
ly; it is high time for Louis Philippe. to• b 3
arand bestir . . himself, utile , ...s he, desires to
Is': u witness to the third, Restorntio . rt. - ., if
liberty shall bocrnshed in Spain, Portugal,
„holy, PolandjlergiuM..;andertnany, she
will tiotlejur remain maws:4oo(lin- France,
or even 13rintim.. As, Itii,soVer,liii9 uccu-
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nation of Bologna litionly : been known a
few hours m the Government of Louts Phi
lippe, let us wait tbr the dicision of the Ca
bitmt bethre we cOmpla in or threaten. Let
us hope that this pro g ress of despotism in
the South of Europe may, ere it be too late,
open the eves and raise the courage of even
a Perrier :Administration.
The conduct of the Austrian forces in
Modena abet Parma has of course been se
vete and brutal. There are no troops in
Europe less civilized, less moderate in vic
tory, Ices kind trAvards their clemies, and
less anti-barkirian than the AUstrians. lit
Modena they have treated with cruelty and
indignity the best and most virtuous citizens.
They have placed the Duke on his throne
by the fiu.ce of threig,n bayonets, and at the
sacrifice oft he lives of his subjects, and eve
ry step from Austria to Nroderm ofthis "be
loved Monarch," has been stained with
blood!! For such successes the Duke: has
attended at the Cathedral ! sung for hours a
To Deam ! and rendered thanks to Almigh
ty (cud tier haling enabled him by force of
arms to reduce to momentary subjectionAhe
unhappy and indignant people over whom
Heaven litis called him to govern !! Alt
these hal iaaPrinces have commissions from
'leaven ! it is most extraordinary, however,
that they do not demonstrate the divinity 01
their commission by the workirg of mira
cles. Until then, we bold and daring here
tics venture to question their patent rights;
and if Modena is not to he permanently oc
cupied by Austrian troops,. in a very short
time the - Duke will he again conThelled
make an excursion into threign parts.. I
assure you that the Modena Revolution has
In Belgium we arc not marchilik On
one side there is the French . Government
afraid of otletidimr,—on another, Holland
preparing for war-on another, Prussia,
ready - to occupy LuxeMbourg and Liege;
and last - of all, there are it London an as
sembly of Protocolists who meet in Down
ing street, and legislatekir the]) opes, wants,
and wishes of nearly four millions - Ofpeople.
But what is the Belgian Government doing?
What is the policy of the Regent?' Who
and what are his ministers? . What is the
conduct of the Members of the Congress?
And, above all, what are the people about?
Let one answer these questions' in- a few
r The Belgian Government icidi sided! Tho
most powerful party still entertain some
hopes of a re-union to France—or at least
of the Duke of Nemours for King. Another
party, considering this as impossible, is fa
vourable to an - English alliance, and to the
select ion of Prince Leopold, ofSaxe Coburg.
A third Fatly is fbr postponing all these
considerations until the preliminary ques
tion is dispsed of; and that question is,
"What is Belgium—its liinits—territory—;
poptilat ion!" This party is divided into two
sections: one for an immediate declaration
of war against Holland, in order to obtain
possession of Antwerp, Mitestricht, and
at xeinhou rg by force; and the other section
-is- for -ne,!roeititing with -King William—for
nut contessions--for yielding up part of
the provinces of Leinhourg 'and Burma,
for tile - purr se of securing Luxembourg to
Belgium.. Thus the Government is divided
—and now the Ministry is dissOlved.
What is the policy of the Regent? !•
truly na! ! Ile is opposed tithe system of
Protocols! Ile is for demanding the strict obser
%once of the principle ofnon.intervent ion. Ile is
for relying- on themselves, and not on France, or
- England, or ° Prussia—het nearly fhi>r millions or
united itebrians. le loolis to Poland, and derives
cOnsolat ion front the. noble and 'successful exer
tions of those brave and devoted patriots; and he
hones to raise the enthusiasm and valor of the
Belgktis in the same degree of excitement. In
thistle is mistaken. Ile must calculate upon the
lukewarnmess of the capitalists, who were the
friends oldie Mien dynasty—and upon the oppo
sition or ::ecret conspiracies of the Orange party.
The IZe:Yent has a host of difficulties to 'contend
With, and the last, though not least, is the uncer.
tliniY of the policy of the French Government.
ho and what are thn Ministers of tho 'Regent!
On this head the inlormation which we are in pos.
sesSion of to-day is not more satisfactory. The
Cabinet is dissolved—a new administration is
forming—varions names aro announcedas likely
to - limn it—and we mast waifieiglitandlorty hours
be ttre we van pronounce an opiniont c ;
Wha Os the conduct of the Membe, ;, .of (Is Con
gross? Some aro still conspiring for the rrince'or
Orange—hat they are few, obscure and anti.na
ionaj. F - zonno(;hs+nr•jerity)are . sighing and press
-0,- lim:'rr-re.:e:.leal to Fiance. lldigum. is tot"
F:n11- 1 00 lAnveHe d.vidcd, to form an in
dcoend,lit Lnlg,io.n Im• any
. longth of time. An
union to !101l Id • s,:l.le—Lnt to France,
both po , sible &sirs ble, provided Great Britain
%void(' col , isid.
ho-wittlt-ttrc-thcrpocpin 8. 1 .)osit?" They are pro
path, ‘var: They are fi!,:.t et all tbr fixing
terri !cry of l.;lgium. They say with
truth that it is useless to e!ect a king until there
tin a bingdoni to oii'er him: & that until the limits ,',
t4;ttin bz , fixed, atl,tither measures lire
low I uicl us'eless! They wisked for a %%Fat
_with I [Aland to decide the tn,cstienf . They de
not 'visit war for the salle of n but they ender—
sst•,.:,;• that I; ing William will not abandon the ei.
linleis of Arttwei'li M aeF.t richt, or Luxembourg;
and they, therefore, wish appeal to the force ofd
aim is. Can this be ii‘e f iled: Yes, by. lire re-union
or Bol g ooo to F.a c i nce, rby the arinod interven. „ •
Lion of the forligul'ewers. But this firmed inter
vent ion i forhidden by the piineiple4 : 4, of our July
Ile / volution., • The re-maon to I.'l afire will not bo
sanctioned tiy Prmsia or Croat '-
Aver between Ilelginitrand - 114and Isinevil d 4c„,
ufiloss the principles of the Revolution ilkto be • ,
compromised. , Vllis is the position of flOgian af.
114 s. , • •
'ildt wluit is tliii Ro , are told? • It iii said4apitt.