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,not only fuit its merits, but because the fair one
vim requests its insertion, is pleased to adil, inpur
"" dear little paper," however equivocal the compli
ment may Sound to suspicious ears.
The Drunkard's Dream.
lIS WILLIAM THOM.
•! WlO bath woe? who bath sorrows? They that tarry
long it the wine.'--Proverb., xxiii, 20, 30,
1 , :e." 0 tempt me not to the drunktud's draught,'
With Us sout.eonstanin‘r gleam!
0 hide me from the woes that waft
Around the drunkard's dream!
When night in holy silence bringvs
The Clod-willed hour of sleep,
Then, then the red-eyed revel swings
Its bowl of poison deep.
"When morning waves its golden hair,
And smile o'er bill and- lea, ,
One r.: -
On you rude rc.clr
The . in , ket', it:lry ro; - ..m.. , n; s - ...-• 1. .
timkr• hl..;tt - it'1,;:11,- tr,e'k t. , Part.h. l
Yet nark. , .-. 1,•,,r ..11:.r:. L:+ 1) , :l i '1
' Alv , 4 ,1-o, ...111-1.11.1.at '• 7 - 1:1'. • •1
Know ye the
That bleep. (1 wilt,
Or who can :-.Ft.tali the nendful
Of his belfleateil hell!
The soul all reft of hear my mark—
De&ced God's image there—
Rol& down and down the abyss dark
To the howling home, D e spair
.Or bedded him head upon hnoken ibitArtS.
Where slimy reptil e s creep; •
While the ball-lei eve of Death Rtill daitis
Black fire on the drunkird's sleep.
And In! their coffined bosoms rife,
That bled in his ruin wild I
The cold, cold lips of his shrouded wife,
Press lips of his Airoutled child !
So fast—so deep the hold they keep;
• Hark-his unhallowed scream I
Guard us, 0 God, front the drunlmrd's
From the drunkard's demon dream !"
THE MIST kIiES OF LOVE.
Y DOUGLAS GERROLD.
Lore sees not with the eye*, but with the nun
Therefore is winged Cupid painted blind. '
, tSba •
It was a dark night The heavers were gl
with an approaching storm. At the •
Gloucester - , leaning against the wall of a q.
ancient mansion, stood a young cavalier . ent'el
in a dark- cloak, his face entirely bidden by a sl
ed hat. In a low tone, he waq hnmining the
brated refrain of the Cambers :
"Down with the dead Min ! down with the dead Min! j
Down kith the dead man r let his tie r
Re was interrupted by the noise of a trindow open
kw abov e him, and three taps gently isnaliZ. as
suring him that his signal had been unsw A
letter fell at
- his feet. He picked it - up, but the
darkness prevented his -reading it. FThe vri n d ow
ckeixi 'gently again, and be hastened away toi a
Tight he e spied at some little distance, mid was en
gaged in an enrapturedof the billet, when
his serving-man apps ached
" Bpd news; master Wyntotin," said the worthy
man. " Her maid says it will be impossible to ad
mit you to-night" . . „ j.
Robert, thy news is so stale, tlat. h is
worthless. I hive her assuraire, worth that of
fifty maids: we are to. be at tlie garden gate pre
cisely at twelve, and then-she will admit
Robert winced a little. In spite of the dolorous
aspect with which, be had commcni&sted !his bad
news, his reception of this intelligence did itaqt dis
play any eager anxiety on his part fUtr the ,propo
"It must be nearly twelve now, -• quoth .Ihister
Robert could not gainsay the fact ; so the two
sauntered slowly cm towards the gardemwkirb was
at the back of ibe street in which they.,Otixt
Master Wyntoun was a daring, gamut sell
enough, bat troubled by an uncomfortably jeslous
disposition, which his comparative poverty kistered
to an unhappy degree. He was the suitor dais
tress Floriniel Railhead, the beauty of Gloucester,
and an heiress; who, although• she returned hie af
fection, was, on one band, so atrial' guarded 1
her father, and, on the other, Igo surrounded byi -
Firers, that, except in the rare clandestine .riteet
mgs the was enabled - to give hini,• kept hita in a
existent state of suspense and jealousy. But cue
five minutes by her aide to dispel hi s g h*ln
Among the rivals Master Wyntoun moildread
cd, was - the reckless, roar*, rioting, gallaut
Plittrick O'Reilly, who haiirecently m,a&Glorces
ter mug with his exploits. He bad made openlo i se
to Mistress Railhead, and, although coldly recet!-
edase could not be daunted in the pursuit .; SR
Patrick was a broth of a boy."- Ills Irish expb4
ranee of animal spirits made him the terror ot the
quiet, worthy others of Gloucester ; and the. !tea.
son will be bitstigathered , from his cutiveriatil
with Brag. liiiisenutrstian: • They are now with •
up the street Master illi r ptcnin has just left. Sit;
Uri& is • •
"Fkislied-withissaliews ass wilar••
401 listens but with itidifient attentkin to the ex _
liostuhitions of hin netiringlinuf: I
'Don't talk Mme , Brag.t*Pyrizadtt'up my tiair e t
is Acn e eseiteme e t, to-night ; I can't p p
ti.r without . •
"BI:11, good Sir Patrick;-' * •• : T.
- '"litt a void r
"If it sbouldleach the ears of :Distress Beat.*
• Well--and What-then? Vacua Ulan ilaifiki
from th e eyes be loves, be makes love lathe lan*
Pak of eyes axmainaut to that same—wt, imetaiev"
er love a man the lass for a taste of -fightinetid
flirting; they're too sensible for that, altogetbl
- Sir Patrick=
" W let
.i, ligkziug ? The amusetncnt, rice reqax-- -
n, the repoi:e of litit Existence- would tie a
tu a mill, , e.ere., it not fir a little:relaxa
tion of .&t
"But sureli Mi mites Beatrice: Ntouldal .`•°‘
%Mae • ' •
_ "She-would-4m would! . Btao, my boy; ' 111°'
serve as a safe rule;-,-Women admire a little
innocent inconstancy; it's a. compliment paid' to the
sex ingenaral. What is alum, and an Irishman,
to do Was I sent into this big nai .. Tarr , and ad'
ucated at Kilkenny ; - to rot away , in a dirty senti
mental idleness! Devil a•bit ! 191 not idle !
I'll stir myself! I'll fight somebody to-nightl" •
"Ohl please don't."
" I rill! I'm not a brute to sleep away an ex
Then I'll knock at sonic door, and request the
gentletuan, to get out of bed and refresh himself
a few passes here. Don't quake in that way,
von villain I Be a inan; you'll enjoy this little re
treshinent yourself." ,
"Indeed, Sir Patrick, I make it a rule sever to
talc(' it 'refreshment between meals!"
" Phu! excitement is necessary to the quietude
of oi l nerves. I never sleep ?gunk w,tuat Igo
to drunk Nitiusloing nothing Whas *bat
Thereryonder I Two men creeping by a garden
wall--come along; well have something to do
In vßin Brag rermalstmted—Sir Patrick was off
in pursuit, wide hiq unwOling Sancho followed
this Quixote of excitement, who, as our readeis
may perceive, was a " fast man " of the seven
IL-A SLIGHT MISTAKE.
The 'darkness about the garden wall was so great
that one could scarcely see a yard before. The
cathedial clock was booming solemnly the mid
lifour over the silent town. as Master Wya
t,un Nolwrt look frlra anqle,of the street
tsee 41 any um: wa. eumilg, Ile then gave three
gentle 14}13 at tbe , ganlen put, which opened at
• ti illat
. V01:,IIIICS ?' whispered a soft voice.
• match. Is all quiet r
m-at ,, a sc-,Ailai.or; two for Robert's re
Th e r . t . o the cwt.
Maite.r ~. an. io,„„aeng ha&i to be Robert.
seized his arm, and whispered-r•
Felhow, you must watch;in s ithe garden."
He led Sir Patrick into' the,g.arden. The gate
was closed. The darkmts was intense ; but Sir
Patti* was aware that the Igezers had tripped
aira . y, though whither he tinewlnOt:
,sleep soundly to-night," wits his joyous re
flection R and, groping his way, he tried to t gain the
house- , •
Robert by this time had returned, but fowling
the gate closed, was puzzled.
Braqr, alarmed at the probable issue of the ad
venture.; was stealing off, when he ran up against
lthi:es,that r they both exclaimed; and both
heard t onfi mitigr voices.
Dotal challenge me,,,ir," said Brag, pompous
ly. 11 desire for the present to keep the peace
but rro a formidable fellow, sir—very formidable!"
Robert laughed, and grasped him tighter..
4• I tremble to draw my sword," said Brag,
"knowing the bloody consequences r
Draw—draw," said Robert, sternly, " and let
the consequences be bloody :, , the bloodier the let
ter, in firct,"
" Loot* your hold—you are•gros.4 and muscular.
If 3 matt, punish this insolence--chaw
Rober% quietly unsheathed -his sword.
But Bragg had no sooner felt himself released
than he grade a good. run for -it, and vanished.—
limbed laughed, and then sheathing his sword, pre
pared to await his master's return.
k • 01
Mastei Wyntoun was supremely-happy, sitting
It the feet of his beloved Eltirimel. pouring forth
ih imputtinned accents the history of his feelings
Aim* the last meeting.
4 Ted tue it again !" she said, tenderly.
- °Do ybu doubt my love r
No; .but I love to hear you - repeat the words
!I love viral.' I could pass whole cla ys thus."
I loop you."
She kissed him on the eyes:as he said it.
41lowtean I , but love one so good, Esti beautiful r
'Ah. but I shall grow old, and then 4 •
"And then r
Then-but I will sing the 'consequeLes ;" and
in a low sweet Vtrice, searcelrralsed ab4l--e a whis
per, she ion:
Gait, y, pity taunts the toot
Id tos summer air ;
Wathered• withered droops the rase '
Viiinter would sot spare !
Sweetly, sweetly blooms the cheek
ld its youthful prime;
- Betlhow pale and wan the cheek
in its evslitime!
&May lives but for an hoer
lti a loser's eye :
Tbeii like this poor summer flow'r
4; must fade and did.
• Pastion lives but for an hour,
' (Plow deliciously:)
Thno,like this poor witbeind Skirt
ihniust fade and die.
She ceased. He bad no tine to thank her, for at
this moment. Sir Patrick sturipted into the room.
" Sir Patrick O'Reilly 7" t$ y. both exclaimed.
In an ibstant Charles was On his feet. The three
were Florimel was alarmed to fmd
her old persecutor thus intruding on her presence :
Sir Patrick was, amazed at !seeing his prudish
flame, flip had rejected au hie advances, thus ad
mittinz aarfr to a teroft-tets.li, Charles Wyntoun
had certain trArivings. - •
4 Who are your be furiously exclaimed.
" Who tin I lam myself, at yyour service--
Saving tuns satisfied your reasomtble ctitiokity on
that point; I'd like to know who you might be.—
You take pitch an interest in me, that I feel already
like, a relation to you--sara brother!'
. "This iwsurimice,Sir, is intoletable. What do
youl here r •• • '
!,"0• T on come to that, what may you be doing
iMaster " yntoun saw there was but one course
!;dreielis sward. . •
youracifigir I" • -
• 1"Is it defend:you said! • Hothing csa .better
6rpita sentknerite , •
i k Charlie Lunar exchamea Plosintel, ' "what
wj li dd leo r
t“Avvupp•myselfr be wittiest utterly
Let .tiS step. into the fpudei l / 4 1.• saggeted die
• t 11 • ' , •
Avenge insults-intim spot!' •
I !alfix:l4,ol seer ; •
-wilitanced =aka. Si' Patrick's ecru
•lgee • !
before the. - rapist's lig,itok OKI
;. • • •
. fwd sank lamest lifeleasints
; a locorseieg:ber4teneei a tablitte after
siardsodie ivaa • -
;Atone:i i krat the - btaidie clink Ofineordr, saddle
httimed of feet hi- the adjoime: g.;reees, eizt
akar plx"oti .ier sense, idhaghe-r WELT. [with terror.—:
The tonal*. teitied to her -to ted . ute torsos.
'ate iiditWeeaSed.' - '! O he haH
acute. t,c a tti Merit Hee T
be bee bit Meal ""
THE WILL OF THE PEOPL.E.IS THE LEOITLRATFs, SO • A AND THE HAMINERSF OF THE 'PEOPLE THE TRUE END OF:60
MONTROSE, PENN'A., THURSDO, , PRIL 20, 1849.
She,has not strewth to move., Her tongue
cleaves to the roof of her mouth; she is paralyzed
by horror. Her lover rushes in, kith his sword
drawn. Florimel sinks upon her and, amidst
a flood of tears, proffers an inaudiblit thanksgiving
to-the Providence thitt. has spared him
Charles is pale -nud haggard. He approaches
her with a devilish, sneer curling.his lip, and stands
motionless beside er while she prays. When she
•had ceased, he says :
" He needs your prayers."
" Who r she answered, almost bewiltierea-
Charles pointed with his sword to the nom he
had just left, and Said, " He who lies' there ; the
victim of your - falsehood l"
"-Oh, God! oh. God I is holleful r she , sobbed.
" Ay. dead I Weep for him ; and curse me, who
slew him r
" Charles, Charles—l cannot hear cutitt—you
do act- m -nib - cannot . - tut yet
•sey ecidnessi that look, of
art - Tell roe—orhat-do you an: r
Nothing. lam convinced--"
" Convinced of what r
He laughed sardonically.
" Per Heaven's sake, Charles, do not wrung me
with suspicions which are inkanous,l,-be, plain pith
" So young, so lorelyvet so WO !" he exchim
ed, av itspettkirig to lumstllt I•
" Do you think Sir Patrick was—Was my lover r
!" Even so. Have you enfrantery.enough to de
ny it I"
"Oh, great Heaven support me Charles be
lieves me false l" she shrieked, as she buried her
face in her hands, and sobbed aloud.;
\Vvntoun sheathed his sword, and laughed in
A Nitilent knocking at the door, with conimands
to open, startled them both.
" There is my father." -whispered 'Florimel ; " if
he sees you here, he will kill, us both." "
" I care not. Life is worthless nu ." •
"Oh, Charles, pity—pity
' You hanone on me 1 My heart was to be
broken without= •
" Openl open 1 or I force the dote.," shouted Sir
John Ruff head, without. •
" You will not brave his fury r• said norimel.
" Why not t" he replied.
"Open, I say I ' Another instant and I crush the
Rill you. let my aline be bandied about in ev
ery. slanderous mouth d Oharles—ke me from
hero cum. ma. --1".
" Open !". shouted Sir John.
" Save trie !"
" Open I"
" It will soon be too late—"
Chides hesitated another moment; and then bid
ding tier follow, in a somlwe trine, opened the
window, took out a rope ladder withlwluch.he had
provided himself, and began to fasten it.
The door was about to be bunt open. The lad
der was fined—Florimel demend4--Cliarles fol
lowed, and closed the window, just the doorfave
way with a crash, and Sir John, foll Owed by seve
ral servants bmring . lights and diawn swords,
rushed into the room. 1
It was empty.
" Did not die noise proceed from this room !"-
asked Sir John.
" It did."
" Search--quick. Where is my daughter t---
Presently,. two servants returned, Bearing in Sir
" Who is this or
"One who was never pinked before," teehly an
swered Sir Patrick, covering his painjwith his usu
al levity. " It's unpleasant, that fighting, in the
dark—you see nothing but the wounds you .get—
and--ugh!—beyond the insecurity of it—you are
unable to see a gentlemanly—smile4—on the face
of your adversary—which—seems to 'say—say ' at
your service—sir.' Did you—ever happeu, to fight
in the dark—l"
" What do you here, sir r paid Sir John, en
," Bleed—l think," replied Sir Patrick
" How came you here—and for what r
tlon't--Oractly remember—" •
A servant came m, exclaiming, Johtt 1 Sir
" Well, sir, what r
"Mistress Florimel has just run out.of the garden
with a gentleman, who blocked me down, and
dosed the gate , on me.".
"Hal my daughter Imy daughter '. To horse!
Pursue her ! Cut the Lilian to pitices !* Then,
turning to Sir Patrick, he said : " Str, you shall an
Sir Patrick had fainted.
314srrat lir".crsvn DRIBBLE was a A
plomatist. who, shut from the excifmg intrigues of
politics, consoled himself with thoseof private life ;
mixed up with everybody's concerns, iho generally
contrived to make matters worse by the most res
olute persistence in what he called finemse : which
he said was the only lever of society ; the only in
strument worthy of an intellect to use.
• "By cultivating a habit of adroit finesse," 'be
would say, "the,mind becomes prepared for every
. never write a letter, but I contrive
to get it elivered by stratagem, I 'tell incredu
lous people the truth, in order that theyy may not
believe it; and credulous people faljehoods, that
they may. I pay my bills - 137 strabr and
borrow money co nice calCulatexis 1 .
Thus the mind becomes sharpened Op the whet
stone of ingemdt , breathing the very atmosphere
Some one objecting that trivia litiesi weaken
grasp of the muid, be replied : " No,
b , sir ; it is
maxim with me that attention should e kept ali4
on small matters; great ones farce it: If the great
alone are memorable, yet is it to trigs that they
owe their birth. The glorious Pah ppripgs Iron;
thainsignificsnt aeorn ; when ii in its: turn would
fakt produee, to I. sat acorn is all the result. Li
life. sir, true philosophy directs itself tfi acona.l."
Hyacinth Dribble suppressed all ertthusiam, all
synipathy, all feeling; .that the expression mf
them. , . , , • ,
Ken," .he would' observe, are Irma . 4 ; 11 the
world's ehemixsirit as to Oar** gi f e.iwik
the diplomatist • wautaintellect, .but; . hatit.
neviirahrikelandiwith anyi:iii4;- it mkt WOO
ferlinr; 401 . 1tabuirAO
aditst= ate 'to ;he pee lx
,if a mum WM*? NW Mit
MT ale* WOK think 11•11001101 i hiite /Mr k*
with Se rim* rhetoriosilleurishei ray rot
motile ad not noble disturitiaerAhat .aboet
.I;ctiaki , sot, re-,
fuse him without aptisaritga. hyperitie
' 1 Suet thitileoinele lasi 'almost ►
father to the Metres Beetriewair
lovalle had_ #reirudimin his friend, sir John
tut loth'int outm Avows , othis
daiighter, with i'rqunt kw advice aisi lumisterieis.
Deligjited at being called'irpouifor' souse exercise
of his, peeve, it
With' extraordinaty pleasire .
that he heard hie niece, Beatrice, &instal. prow
Isla - WA° offeriterfriend, Fhirimel, asSigu . in
his Wee fora fern weeks as she iivowitehr.
brher-fathir -- ' , she add
b hove e edexpieruitiOrk with her-lover; : e accorded
the pemtimpOiin at I once ; ordered her td write to
Flortmel thout delay ; and, he himself wroto to
Sir John, : Ding, him to come ; up to town,,as he bad
the 'bird in us net, . ,
The reader biotin: very well that Master Wyn-
turn was very ab*rito suspect his Flinimel ; but
Charles a not ncipannted with all the circum
stancesl ; h could! only . , reaso n . from appearances,
and they ere decidedly against her. . Like all
minds in *eh a suspicion hwi'been awakened, he
colored ere cirdemstance with. the &Raw tint,
and explaii them .only according to pap. obsti
nate idea, ' r3ii a teleMble amount of evidence.
In the first place : he remembered to have heard
it remarked how a gentleman, whose .name was
believed to be Sir' Patrick O'Reilly had fo ll owed
Miss Ruff head to Church, in her promenades, and
on other octiasions, with signs of the most unmista
kable admitatioa: I
LI the,seisni d place: he remembered that Fiori
maid ' had been instructed .to say that she I
could not t emit him do the , night in question,
whereas changed her resolution, and wrote to
him herself n i r to i • name the hour. What could this
betoken, bu that she had first appointed a meeting
with Sir 'ck, and had therefore told her maid
to put him (Charles) off till another time '
having subslequemly heard that Sir Patrick would
not come that night she had written to Charles ac
These tai facts (1) explained her astonishment
and alarin an the appearance of Sir Patrick ; and
Sir Patrick la astonishment at the appearance of
another , lover.
The resi.dt was confirmed by her iigeny when
she heard * Patrick had fallen, and the anxiety
net-to hrive her " name handled shout in slander
ous mouths r not to merit* many other fa6ts and
expressions now recalled by the curious peering of
a mind into t all the pruriencies of conjecture.
All this, while it never occurred to Charles that,
beyond the grossness 'of suspecting a young girl of
such depravity, there could be no sort of onotiee for
her decehim i He was riot rich, nor powerful,
nor her hus 'He kid deemed himself too hap
py and . toe onored in being loved by her ... he con
retied no honor, which would make it iiecesaary
for her to stoop to low deceit ' This never occurred
tol him: hecausej jealousy is advocate• for evil,
seeking out, all 'that may confirm- suspicion. but
avoiding all 'that may confront it. Charles Wyn
term was wit only jealousl3y. nature_ hat h'. was at
mat portoo er are wrein yun . g men, not recovered
`from the shtick of havar,g their illusions shattered,
after thinking all women angels, are prone to think
them devils; there is scarcely a limit to the imag
ination and belief in depravity which possesses the
mind at that period. Charles; therefore, saw noth
Mg revolting m the abstract supposition of her in
famy : he believed the testimony of her infamy:--
he believed the ter 'mony of his senses, he' said—
he relied upon th arts !
After escaping 'th her from her father's house, I
his first endeavor Was to shield 'her front pursuit.
and with this• vieW he conducted her to Stroud,
where they procured conveyance to London.
Arrived in London. he coldly demanded if she
had any friends to whom she could . with 'safety be
taken: and she replied that she desired to be taken
to art hotel fill she could write ,to time one. -A
ehillinesileixle had scarcely -been broken during
their journey ; for Plorimel, after ninny attempts at
an eiplanation to which he could not listen, and
many oaths at which he shrugged his shoulders,
had given up the attempt as fruitless for the pres
ent, hoping that' when Ins mind was calmer, and he
reviewed the circumstances with collnen, her ex
planation cinild be listened to 'More effectually.
Charles took her to an hotel„ and there left her,
vowing that he would never seel her mine. She
did not guild believe this i but; still he said it with
so cold and determined an air that it made her
shudder. The'next morning she wrote to Mistress
Beatrice,svi i herslelf brought tuck her answer,
and carried orimel to Hyacinth Dribble's ; where
that pro& courtier assured her of his - unfailing
Hyacinth Thibble•was nowin his element Sir
July; arrived, and hastening to his friend, breathless
tor.his dau,gliter., , .
" You tell me, Master Dribble," said hp, " that
you have the bird already in your net".
"'ln the very home."
" Admirable'l But where is she 1-111 lock the
younghunsylup for life. Let me roe her at once."
" Husk! She may overhear, y ou!"
.. Well—what if she doei r
"You must n6t let her know of your arrival ;
you mot keep out of the any."
" Eh I I don't understand this—"
" Finesse I Confide in me. you hare secured
your daughter : but She is only half yew pursuit--
you want her lover too—"
Well--hers not here, is he t'"
" No: but:will be, I have little doubt. Ton wish
to-ascertain who he is. I'll do it for you. Seep
quiet ,I em on the , ;r.tch. He will write-r-or cxtll
—or bribe our servants an interview maxi 'be ar
ranged:, I will warn you of it—and then . 'bre - will
surprise therm and youtnay take what vengeance
you please. I •
is that a good scheme r
" Capital 1 repose entirely' on your well-known
" Alta! • , fineetsel Very great adept— mh I
say it; that shouldn't." I •
"At thil.tima tif
to proixd fr o?* :'
Huth t tread
The two roes,
with big - niece,
Reilly • ,Haw
time of night I
By memo of •
&thy' and. -bd. ,••
tanee by Berk.; •,• •
ings'or humanity' '
ducted him to
waa,not sorry- to
the very danger
Merit enough to ..
and she•was curio
make of his 01 ,,,
She entered the
"That same Sir
you, deTaking, an
(movement load of
to lay if all at vou
That Sir Patrick, i
worth. 7 of your no
" Was there er
amine ; but Awed
" I lost ,both .
plite„ , there it was
the heart to put iii
sleep: Your face w
wink for going at,,
"Could you not
of Gloucester r
"Belles) - Begs
" What, all l'"
" Every man of
Though to be sure
I was so.daszled
evety charm in
gaze at the sun,
you, and then look
He here threw
kneeling at her fee
she, applied that !u
cheek. [ exclaiming, '
" Madame r he
with this answer.
"Monster r she i
"I'M bothered,' e
" Perfidious, ince
that you were stab
hag's apartment 3 4
• - Why--lxithemi
• "Do natutteinp
"Then, in that
you" Yes, confer, to
have lost for
basely wronged . m
Ance here is anin
"I see," he repli
sloe i yes, yes yo
hare bestos;ed yo
u: t 1 admire, your assurance, sir, in turning the .
charge of in., • against me." •
Very Iguccuicez—plead anything.
Be a genumew. : y.yourvostrace your
affections else 4 •I, dare say I cons*
exyee lf—i e time. I:: don is not i'itbout womeit 7 ,
women whe are ntiful Thot sO beautiful as yonr
sel4 perhaps)— ting (not quite so .faseidi
ting),raccompli, _ (perhaps, on the whole, Mot
quite so accomplish d)—but oystint, inn& 'Mire
constant, and will' to eicuse the passing follies
of their lovers w • sure of a deepseMed affair
Beatrice was pre • ented a reply, by her Maid's
hurr in and w.- • • • - '
"Master's co„' .
We are 1:
"Bay I'm your co
al in siich inses,"
• " No, no, no—hi d :
The door closed •
doir opened, and diF
"Alone.' my dear
talking to Florimel
" Mid I rather fa
" Oh; no, there
" Alt perhaps it':
ble, still "
Pgrhaps so, ie
"It could not ha
uncle. ; •
• "A man r
"No" I say, it,
—really that very o
said he; pointing to t
4 halt!" elm • •
" Oh, me'm !" gu4
't be . ve--ve
" - what -do • ,
You won't Mom+
it belongs to, a gent
DOtiking yeti r
vat hernjnat now—su
ran away in a hurry,.
R 444 telFwird the
his intention, jilinßa:,
to have her
:specially as he
, and lamenting
same time Be.
- point* her
ling the atten
. the Late eVents.
()rime' to believe
' and knew too
re of hie wild.
to him a full
and to beg
AtietiCe . frfai his
iipped of her in
in to detect, proofs
/ ..POble' , V l4 ( l) %
upiri 7 . 118
4 witend tffid!itt,td
rtes the cos-
ii7P9..M e tr
-.w e t o lete
de; fle , % ,
oi l those
1,. ) 1 ,
1. ~ .3.J
tfd l o&.*Flot,k(*.c?nr,Tir-
• • with ,vtootnen.' %'.ltatit !
ya min's, voice. Yes, it levms
'l4 °Qa? ; .C°4 l e WitILMO
- - -
• .nlrealli" .
tls, 811 folknr tie;'
d left the room.
vas right: there was a man
that man was Sir Patrick
he in her boudoir, atiiNit• that
He had been. refusel
,detersuincd to, forgo it
and she, influenced, by her fe el:,
three half-crowns, had eo
. boudoir, there to staidt the
.of her. utistrea. Beatrice.
that her kivtmwaited her ;:
• incarred for hei -was * l t
a great portion of her
r. to know what defence he w ool
boudoir, therefore; with a
nt, and exclaimed; Sir Pahickn.
Patrick," he replied, "icholeiti
who ‘now returns withimobt-1
rmw, accumulated itt awake,'
feet, and once more be bappy4
hose deep devotion, Flicise-im-;
et cetera, alone render Wm'
such sueurance r thought
amid "Ah, Sir Patrick 1 .•. t.
i t 're mid sleep away franyea.
,I or an g el face pursued me ey
hen IlOoked dawn 'upon' ply
.. - enough„ and cold I have
1 . 4" • e lurross .it 1 .So with Fry
1. on' he pillow, and ,miWt
t." f 1
erget me aralsigst i all ithe •beiles
1114k : 78r'
'em l--not a face smiths bolt.:
was a mighty had jud g e , toci I
.onr bOooty as to toblindto
they. It's only . eagles that can
.11 not be optically 'minim-
Ihave mortal vision, and what
hat Irishman—could gaze on
at' another r
• way his hat in transport, find
offered to seize her hand, but
d, with vigorous energy to his
• plied, by no-means satisfied
! p & eatec e t . .
, t man ! Was it for it bag
.in Gloucester I Was it ins
• were found at midnight!" '
on !—the fact is- 7 -spealting, met-
M anwer Me: I bletettlaii r
case—l will ;frankly ocefess
gain that credit for siaCerity
• racity. Sir Patrick, you love
• Go, air, go. Your . aPPeg"
"my apPearance an lit . Int
. ho longer think of nie—yon
i love upon mane other black-
iinpossible r exclaimed
'n—it's the relationship *t7
yoTself—in my bedroom..;-
'him as the (16(s. of the bea
t hle appeared with Charles. I' ,
said the -diplomatist, loeldm
"I thought I hear!' ycat
left me-L. : just ncoi-j 1 • " .
tied I heardv othei voieee
nobody else." '
7 tike , cat," observed Drf¢•
'ea his niece,
ie been II man," pursued her
I-I - • ,
1 . aokhare )Teen a mair---thd
uch rctiemtites." a inaa's brit,"_
one Sir Patrick ball thinly!'
Ilia burly, to pick upagani
Be well affected
1 ,:1 •
•i• r" naild ; " oli-=-1 hope ' yo ci
•• .gyi—oli,"airt tat l" -'
know of itr, .„ ~
;mai as cornea. a Courliw -#.
.:I repulses him ThitAir
dAiNgtn,tc footsteps, be 7 .4te„
kft.this behind him:,
apt ta be _deceived 1*
Iniont door.: Bean, rfAit
itaithevir - [
-wrshouithetbeil. , .
iws Pad her
. - " thercis no re..tate.tattPt.., , ill' ire'l,i,, , :t
X 0 Me r f, , : .., :. „.. - .:',„: , ,', 1 ,-,:.1
, .:4, 3 r 0 , m
- S'ini4ifidyliaiiiiiiiiiiedifitatt,'llliftifik, .
if MOot.figt4n4trikltl l os o !ol::4 l ,!7l: l o l **
steed himself of ii..st,td . , i...,24 1 0,•=14r 4 ..
bide - li,, 'ILA I thaiiNl.wtaa Wei .
.. • ,
I.liMiritceitiditidtiMitithiP4fikhZeThey -, 4iVieek ,
ing everyivherHushl - .4olMiatoiade44** :
.rnse 1", and Ileoptrel44.4ooo.keli.
00.1 1 .4irigkomOi *.
.;! ,- ;ca•!w44. 1 3( 1 k
icon, iviiiifint a I r ttl4 iiiiat•fi)ind" 'W. -
leading' frotrilol- thiti"ltir laakftialitakttr i -j"t
:himself ofi ariliteciPa4f idtot " Itiatit ..
4eactri•-arttaf4P9a‘iilf.'oo . -1 Litatalfat .
• • tatbitiilielde -(•••• '-gliss.•"" '' -f -
• ••'-" Mei,cifilitliiiiiiiii : h i re •--iiiiiiddira.
and•=7,P•i..,•:. it.•.•••••.',•.. to L .i-k•f,„.. • r.,.• .•.,..,1'•J14.-4-,..;:-s*-(,!, - .:,, , ,•0 ,
• ~ - wistivelinitiniikat, : 4o)*Ts*****
plain—can Ton cf ligl.Pwt - lajth th#l****Pt g r t
• for , tfenr =Mite? f' -' - '''• ' • '' • ''. r ,:•,...
“.si r r • ,- ,., ... r ' ! ."111 , 3'< r 1:,:'11..30 OP.
" .le£o l 2 l PM A ,:iiiiri • f 4- i'i.''. 'N . ) !;.I , :i ii: f',o ,011.,
" Y6l/ .BaVe a< lady' honor, •J.,..4; ri, .1,6. ~ ..9-A- : :;‘,, , 11
" Virhis' t.l here ' iplie AM), sweat latii . . Vet
seen me, or the ' '''Uf't '''. liiiiitiva*l.
he i r
be lost •'BesSe ' - " • igeoirkiegy f ,..4•....,
ho A etgn
Sir Patrick 'was la another ,nkenoo;iiiickaatita .
bed. • • .1 . ..: ,, , .:,..i iii , i l ii cl..4.l.,
Footsteps werahmirdn . i
, L ., J .:
~ - ti/plOl-:
age, and noonigheint c : i ',' sai . ; . ,'"' „salt . ,
have pessediliiiiivayie- - •'• , halve itiiiitited.*".
She was breathless; if they•-•oheold-iiiiisehi lie . '
room, and find Sir Patrick under tier bed, ikitat
,wouM.Charles,dirnk I. .Put, the UMW of peaihriiie
'was at cattlte;.an4 tad taiiitaiMiled . soll6litie
onward, thenroturimiaiyaiici•-: A•kaoeheitharAeor
=do her start, &I it was robligedAft*",taPlatail
thrice before ilie!Conkl Sinciiiiiiicaireastliirtl44er`.
"ISM Itiffheid4beiyOulliiiiimf '.-4itiiitp
inn u--areyolt in:bed yet r " , i' ir!:.1 , 1:71 ~ /-lis 1 . 5:::
:. I `l 4 4l*.lXli Eel • .. .. ~i./ ', 1 490 (Ifr.ti-i,. Y.7'"4:: : %;
! . !4.ve. yoiclii•:,ciacre,beefdlit,tialtst OftlAifit
ger—We &ne. •
~ , ere ca,a, inliberirc i thie house._ " . . • '
S., N, , ,"-, •••• i•,• i iiivi-s,ii • ••,..1, / I '? ( . olt ir, li 0.11:'
• 0 - De tiabi7i. ' I, 'ed Fbilitlisi &all liiidflites
to a certainty c : need be.undea, sc . !. iiiiiiinhsrif
assure Y°4•7•• ~.., • •-••..•• , :ii- -,:i ',•=i2.:(ii;ol.e
They moved a„; , indViiiiine bra.t.Md- am.
'" Very' odd ittiiii 'l4 *rite' - ' ''..'. ' 'llittli- .
Ha - -• • •••• • i r , ..i. •1 ' , '"r ' / 'Pr , " 4; / .1 '-i* ,-- FIT frailial 1: .“
" tlelcou nut thiikpechape, the, maidleld•l fis
truth, and that hir lover.tielly,lo o v er ,
- "Never believe what lover..
•saiyicie fi r i,gaa)# -
rile: never' cluinalierii'iiiiids in'edy" (2ie.. * ..-'', `.' ' `
'I see no tracelof anybody.'!•._ - si 'r••-•`•-• '-' 4 ' 4 ' c lI N
" Let us deuced: - We will bat 411hordoura-i
the windowsi. are too ; high to *ispt•srew, . - 6 - .
( This way he of escape us. In tic , i -
.. 7s; .
you'pretend to d4part,'lkeepinggiiiid - iin: i liiiirnV
er, outside the gatiden,iand Twill iiTefenctiti..be . -
fectly satisfied that t h ere is noent),upthehiamai •• ,
retire to my rociii 414 to bed... They, , !ill:. • •
e asleep--o(4c tiptoe ste e ps will eoaa be • '.'.:'
Mid I shall rtidi• butt kt siiiiiii‘ l iiii.:': - ..• • • :•, ','
Eh) is that a goild plairt"; , r' , t l .7 ::::ag.,h.i.a4: -1'.11 , 4
"It seems to potnise.."••• • •••,'• • ..1 0 •1••(i/iit'110,114 :-
'Wail notlMigitactfar-a. „aql, - .il- ,i jz,,,--.'iim.'•'
"-Your niece seerrisl. have ciangatisirctut • • • •
into - li .. • i:- . - ~. ~... - . 1.., , ..,..ittvpii.
-. , ,v‘Figaii,•l disitlitt. 114- *sr will'l4
Clever to outwit lter Micle:'. I.havat morstkfisri,onge
tul)Peated.abe hsetsoor-lawrsid lo o l *.slo/4t 4 * -
datinely, but aqinteidlier foi ' it., 14ttquis. you
4y . be sure I npveil#Sintinakiiii - ' of -istielipsio
beeding.—l havg villa' • tiow;' , and if' heinacipas
me,.111 givelim eava to wed mytniseaUpii ifj r
'Wyntolla -len the 'Pavia , and, NA iiitriiia# bio o 4
the garden wall, as agreeiton:'''' . ''
t :,,_; ' '' ','" •
•• [ocis4r.iiiiiiiiliSi *kaki 1 '.4 . ''''''''.
''' ' 1 -.:11.0 t'' '''''• ir.1.1 1 'li A'r: 1 .
• • •
' O ne , oa rsatOttua+-Al stoiv•btaiN ki r littlelio.
man acme into thiviaitcy•of• it,thumbkfti:pacakalac
Oputoos, one oitalyag.,aftf•T ,t4e4 ~#4 4 4 vf oir
prayers. 'She held in her iinci.a simady t eclic
of 'Manhood . in, initri;34 Whe t *tabling .'.!.
• "Please, air,r'aiid she, with aietatiiey, , A ' yoS
be so ,kind as to tell n 4 'whetherAnyiclaV , a iilia'r
pliini or anheto , '.! r'..., .. •ift ..--;:,,,
‘. “ Yining. Wo i ,!,,' 44a'Aie iiiii(,4,:t.,.,.._ si Ar
iki'yen joke Witl6 4 thilicutlii pioipar 'yea!
chtuch-r • • .1, •,•1 f , - 1, •••.,;:f-,,, ~; ~,, ~,, , ti,,-,- •,01•1 ~,
"Please,:sir,,l, --.1 1' • •i" , ,ribusik.
:whether • my
_. B °9 L4.1 1 40.,is iAtE,„,,- „, il'iii.i,
thdiiibithr 1 - ,1 • ,
,i, 7- i
ri L i
"Neither, woman, naitia4. lf ll4iiiir . ' :a lt'!'",
-oh ! but I know it's - air oethe•other," " she
"because yak saki ithiii mbrithigclidiencb(m and
seraphim continuaAy 4,4 az: ,rid P..
at it! - ' j , ..
- ? , j,.-4,..,i-ilivr.. , -;•:..!
Sormaxo OUT r .,oaumona--A 'yotsurladr, . .
this city, who is eogagod.andwill . skort.l7-4: :414-1
ted,to a gallant of IFoptooe. :ihits4l 41 , 1*.t.v
ne?s Church on Sunday last, Viiiiii,t the`. ~
the'ilaStor diStollkilia / tioqUellilliihtt‘rith t iiii* '
6111311)411030410,1ilte theAshilivihis*Sitie . dv
*Wagons, et .theipurfogskip, 44 €ll kikti PP"
eluded, by , asking , the, follyww ) ; fr 0,39 1, 1,/_§ there 1
one tlu'oli‘'an ! of:hiiii whii`Wi i';lii•-
*lin hat, a blue • iiiipiiroftritiide
of duck—in short, : there•anyi onowhostariliiiifoht ,
fur . the Peer m il er ..4:0419eri.k.q . -Ottfri, 4,bil
TPFIg l 'ukro'F it i i i i zt a l Ifliert, „ „ lit /
inz t a
pi v ed um' and i ' ly gh. /11: 1 t;
ill a tape kind enanVe every one ileile#ll/ii;•
Sir,•Beek does r ghet 4141000 • 411 1 13 12404161 d '•
with laughter i , therin4 • sOr . 1 4001,diloispit'Itifi l ' •
chided 4ie service9l'Weftfig 1 w , f‘iven l l777
to unite with hid in Trayer: - -4v - , ItTrib' lose. „
~ : ...-... .• ‘ ",' - ~...- "- VW:I3 - , ,-- :'
' TAKINIST .I .I2 , 0004 Y a l i t Ao r italr4l.lfiBrlowThe -
,greetest caao •ef* bridal - 14thtlhelertttler,tiree4 '
4 was that ,of,,Pr.ine. aahtriligfit Yt, the •
.laseiientuiy. The Vie& 'llielkillstieirt , •
'die' Ocarina Anne, iingreithefitiiiii6l` .
Um for what she - -otinuderckaillitallY4'. -
him marry a reent*lPPltthltreet.rhott s .
of :the PeoPle , tot.,AleNlTY.*N4'.,..tl ki ll Oglif
*lobs leO Palate i!P4t' mit rteve; *4 te/ 1 I
Them to pass - the tii4lit iitit' bid aktipoiedittiolly- i
4•ilati • :., IL. I,A,J •': - ..- , ;fl , '..iVi ,itl4 f-Ps:
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di; reWiiiii Tatik'fromfiv:ebniertiiiit:WWilleisi
tiee*htt 7 0 e5244,fieteW A . - ,rf. , i? 44.4,1 -,
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- " rad teem ? " le" s ' i iiihk"leni,neetle** -- ':'
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;Amnia} . , ii‘ 'reethery eamembitt- . 3 - ,'
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;shoal 'de*/`.. iill ' . ,:• ',
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