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7,&, - r a 7MIB matgaz:6-17(.1)Q as 4
r i IHE Estate of \V./111am Duncan, late, of South
ampton township, deceased; All• - perspas are
hereby notified that the:'undersigned; the Auditors
appointed bol.e•Orplians' Court of .Cumberlanl co.,
• -to settle and adjust the rates .and. proportions of the
• assets of•the estate of Wm. Duncan, late of Soutliamp
- .tontownship in said countbtleccased, to and among
the' . respectivb creditors of, said estate; according to
--- - the - order establishet'll la ;"will meet 'For that pur
• pose at the house of Robert Coclihn, inn-keeper-in
The borough Of Shippensburg, on Friday the.alld day
ofJanuary,lB4l,,at- tO o'clock ill the morning, when
arid 'where all personS having" claims will piease'to
' attend. • - • .
' • ••• . JOSEPH P INJEVIN;* - 1 • -
• • s ROBERT COCIMANA-Autlitors:•
• - GEORGE McGINNES,J ••
Dec. 90, 18 , 10.---St • ' • -
•.• ' FIFTY.;SiX ACRES, • •
- more or less. About foity acres are cleared, the resi
due in thriving. timber—about twentpaiereS sown
with clOyer : seed last spriiig. - There i aftelltnitlie
premises, which 'with is little repair,: would tarok' - a
constant supply of water.; The soil is good. and p' -
duces equal to any in the neighborhood.' .1
^ Also, on the some day at 3 o'clock, 1:" . .. M. on the
preMiSes, • .
„-.. -,-' - ../ 1--Lot- of First-rate—
.It VA - Ila ®W lII ' X 74113); .
containing 5 Acre's and 132 perches, on •the Mount'
Rock Spring., hounded by hands of -William David
son, Samuel-and •Robert.M'KeehattouottlieMansion
Farm or decca s'ed. • . .
AlSo, oil ' 2l sursday . thc,2lst.T.Titnuary . ,lB4.l4ilt 11'
o'clock, A. M., at the house of Col. Wm. It- Wood='
liurn, in . .N'ewville, will-be offered 'ac publi& sole, a
Lot of Meadow GToond,. .
aboui three:lmirths el mil emorth-west of Newville;
. „ • bounded by lands' of Woodburn, - Walker, and the,
- • stray , att vw . . ... • - connodog,rha 'creek, containing 8 Mores aml. 121
perches, well. enclosed and good grass hind. , . '
___s,•„ a ,, to _ k i i , pi . cm j• s ,„ „ rib ,. s „ b ~......fer.sthis, wrii.latig- to .porcha=o--Itru-illvitod - to - view
war _- , .4., .riber, Jiving in Alien township, t the "b9 v c,l" . "Pei!LY'Pr . eviO"slo the ddY or 411 1, -.• ~/
.frk ,, mn ,•.•: -' c am b ei li mi l c a„„ (y, -abraft--2 .isles i T f .,....ps c w:r o le prescribed by the Court. On / e lialfl
, .6't ~. . , ,
a ..' . . eitstiof; Mechimiklior,. ; • iii• sl l ,te m b&p-I .ll te plo'giirm:' money to De Pam mi the cntifirm:ittion of
_-_-_ - .'2"-:1„ at, a iin . o , r colkv with a ~, bi te ; the Salo; he . ; . thle . glialice.in twb_equal yearly AflyrnetiO,
head and back-, supposed lili be lllimil. 8 - tears 01 d.... j without interest, to be secured by a liciyon the pro-
The owner is requestea•to-come forward; prove:lnv:l p'i'ty;-” The title will be mode and asgesSionlielislz
- perty, parchargeslitiff nikelieilMway. 1 ereil on . 4161 st olApril, 18,11.
. - .
JOHN SHEELX. , . By order of the Orphans'. ;rink,-
. 121.1fi l, ler LA llt D,
- • VANIER. LECKEY t '
1 rabbi T 6 -,•
ii . caia.m.
All persona; iiidebte(r . to Ceorge. or to
Milner & Mulv.any, are requested to .brake linymetit;
on or before thelsth bf 1841. •
An adjourned Court,.of Appeal "will be held on
Monday , the 18th day' Of JabintrymeNt, at len-'B4-lO
tel, between.the hours of 2 and I; P. M. where all
interested are requested to attend.
WM. M. PORTER;
assurfin'elit of goods to iuS'
formi r stock.. d will sell oir the sank! it greatly re
- .Persons wisliing•to supply . themselves with :very
chedfr Cloths, Cassintrres,, Cassinetts, • Flannels,
zines.fite. Es'e. &e. - will (lo welLto_ealLus—Lam,---dg-C
-termined to sell as low, if riot lower, than anfestali
11511U-wilt in the'btfrongh. • . . • 'V'
-At the old. stinul f 'opposite Sililoll Wonde9iell's
Hotel.. • •
Dec. 23 ; 1840
. L:0 0 K ILL.
• taTa " Ua2/1 -- TfoLroa .
The Siabscribers offer their present . Stock or .11er
elinndize ttt reduotilitecy r and will Continue at 'Such
prices until all ja r sold. A large xortiOn of their
- Stock is ofTey—lit Cost.
Carlisle; Dec. 30, IS4O.
ri \ lM V W 7 k t_ ) ) 17ae
The subscriber tias just. roturniva fvom the city
and is non opening mine
GOODoreonsisting• n part or i.v (green,
Brown, Diamond, Pilot, Beaver, Ilhick Wool dyed,
Cadet and Olive
t v4 i Fr 3 •
Wool' dyed Black, Blue, mid ti•mred Can imeres
• - Sattinetts of all descriptions. ' Cords and_ Beaverteens;
Ticks and Checks; imported Stair and figured Car
. pain; Saxony, Prince and Mouse de Liunes; Bom
bazines, Merinoes, blue black, black, Mantua, Fawn,
Brown, Figured and, Plain Sake; Figured and
Plain Swiss and Jaconet Muslim; Green Baize find
Flannels of different colours; Gloves and Hosiery;
Cloth - and Tur - ,Capstrßroshemid• Merino:TS/amok;
Mackinaw, Bose and Point Blankets; Leghorn and
Straw Bonnets; together with an Essortment of
All of which will he sold on the most reasonable
terms. Person arc invited to call-avd ektditine for
themselves before purchasing eisewhA.
Carlisle Dec. 23 ? 1840. •
FO EtT_ effill_.l'Z',.' l l 21: • W ,;:,:
CaPlital Eq'tUllt $30,00 . 0 Ne'.
And 1 1 1:1T1T1'N Dr.vn
- . _
Class No. 1 for 184-I.=-To. fit; draali at Alen
-'so dria, DID. on Saturday Ifith..lnntiory;l • Bll.
GRAND CAPITA-LS. • •
" r r •
$5,000, 4,900, 3,000,9. 3 500,2;250, , 2,000, 1,750, 1 ; 600,
_ 1,500,14U0, 1,300, 1;250, 1;200.
x-50 Prizes of 1,000, -
- Tickets only $lO--Halses V 2 59
Certificates of Pockagestrf '25 Whole Tickets ~$l3O
Do. •• . do - 25 !ELM . do 65
Do. - 'do' .: i 5 Quarter do 32-50
• . MARYLAND •
irr 4 kriziS: 0,6001.,ED2
'• Class No. 2 for 1341.—T0 be drau aat Baltimore,
1141. on Saturday, ado. 23, .1 . -841. • .
GRAND . SCHEME:
FoBl rwizes'lif • .
, 10 000 9 .. -
. 4 .5,000,4.478, 2 of -3,000,3. 0rv,500, 45 of 500,1v.e,
The fi eket4 having one'drawn 'No. SI.O.
tlelcet;s,yit.gno drawn No.. , ' 3 he
.2 . 4 IV I kol eketsl,lCO
• - do . .22 Half 'do • .50
(1,0 .9.:2 Quarter , do
• M .., ~-
, 'for 18-1.1.---To be iirawn at 41.1Aanctriii,
Na:oicSattirdayi..tlie'3,bl of ,lan.l 41. ' ' •
1 .,. , •
GRAND C.11".T4L6. , 11,
•• . ,
• -$3 . 0 000-t.pito oed
.4,5p00, 5,00p 4 ,5c)(), 1,017 A., • '
, ca . 400 ,rrizcs of 1490 Dollivirg:7o2----
, ,-tickeis $10: 7 -11tilves.$5-Q.K•rtcrs
'Certificates, or.Pitekagescf 25 1V holt:Tickets $l3O
Aki: 8o x 5 QuirteVilo ' • 9250
•.16ri 9pdet4.. lor.Tiettete awl
. sllni•es dr Ceytifi . fitle
bf'P knife e'boee •Lottery will ,
- tittentetr te atid.the.olllWitig sentltriyheillgt r el,s•':ntler it
pec..2.9 . 1830.
AtAir TILLAS of alloy sty e, u "
st recerved st,t
.. • Sore Sh
inslmtv, awl frr Iry.
f , • , , , N ... _____ ,
4 , i
.... , _
_ __ _ •
14 ' , l• 6...‘•••=
L A W , s,
Oephans'.*Cotirt'; - Sale:
pursitthice Clan order of theOrplians'CoUrt of
. Dinnberliunl 'county; will be exposed to public I
sale, on the premises,- on. Wednesday the 9.oth of
.Tanyanw,l3ll, at 11 o'clock, A. M., the following
deeribeil re:J.ostate, late the property of John Da
A . Trace •of Limes one Land,
-in-Westpentisborhugh township - ' about trio miles east
of Newrille, bounded by Inntigrof Samuel McKeehan,
Sited, Jacob Lehman anil John Myers,- contain-
. :• . 3
-i,(l,)ii-- . S.lle ---- ---..------
19 Y anzilirhir of the - Orphans' Court - of. Cumber
: jillit . ; . ktol County, to * moilirpet.A.l_6ll,_expose'io:
puldre sale, on the premises, on Wednesday the 20th
ii4 L oi .-- Januarr,7lB:llTat - 1 - 1 -- cklo - dc Ariti,;; ---------
'-',r A. Ideuer-e, Dol'a)9o tlwo
1. I P qtory 0.1c1; . ./ 1617,9e
.E:: :1 27..1.i, , ,,t&-,„,- ; ;H 1 1 7 ./tN_D LOT 01 GROUND ;'.situate
in 'the borough, of -.Meeltanietiburg, Cumberland
enmity, ott the ...Alain street, adjoining
Chord: Lot and it L0t...0f Valentine Shock, being
ilic - I:tOlaiiiiili - Mo'lig (~ - Of - JohirClose, de . ol. rttho,
one other ' 1 " ;••
.4, - Double Iwo oy
• A li —ii - Brtck House :.
..,(I',- - „t.-- R t- g i.ound-if, tlie same bortiugit,
w situate on
the Main street, bounded by Isaac KiO atii vi
limo Bigley.. Also,
s . .
snard: .f&or of Ground
to+Adwin g ai)out. 25 feet front on the rail road, taid
80 feet. in depth,
it•-antli by' l \ mentme-Shock-. This
lot will he sold together with the Mansion .House
property iihave.described, properties axesury. ,
advantageously-situated CMr any-kind-of business.
The terms of sale lire—one half the purchase
inoney . •tii- be pair on the Ist of April 1841.0v11e0
possession will be delivered—subject to the present
leases---and the residue in one 'year, to be secured
On the proper'ty
December. 15, 18,10
Estate, of Dr. John-Geddis!, *Teased.
EtErts 11 , st:of:ENT - ARV on the esMte
LA or Joint Gerldis, late or Newville, Cuntherhuid
County, ismed to - 7 - the subscribers
in due corm or low,—Nor k pE is hereby given to
those again:it — the estate of said iie
.present' for settlement without delay—mid
to those indebted to tiol.e immediate payment:
WILLIAM BR ATTON, Neiv le,
13 . V.M(Vai -
' Estigc - of, - ;.firchibald - Peckleecased.
IETTERS I'ESTANIENTARY on • the estate
4 of Arehiliald Peylc, late id' the bovoOgh of Car
lisle, Cumberland county, deceased; have been grtnt
ed to thegmhscriber Cestding in the b0r0.14.i0 - ftic,
lisle,' a inr csai ?Ake is hereby given to a 11,persous
. the. estate of said decedent th make im
mediate Linymerit, and (lose- having claims against
said estate le preseq theifi prouvay autimitiented
CYRUS' RIC !IA 11.1)SON, Escottor.
. • BY THE
i ca---.lthatr an c e company,
CAPITAL 0600,000 s
• 11.16-' abmie-company-thyough-theiieney-it
Carlisle," still continues to insure all-kinds of
'lroperty in ibis and the adjoining, counties at the
lowest rates. The usual risk on . , ,cto u e. or brick
htiuses averages about $ . l per annum on each Melia ,
sand insured, and a stock of , tnerchandize consisting.
.of dry,goodi, groceries, and the usual asSOrtMent of
couldry store, will he insur e d at the .saines rate. •
• Property. holders,' and merchants .generally
tht•om ; hout this pod the adjoining Counties,
please give the nove notice attention.• Applieution
can be tnade either by letter or - ill persoato the sub
scriber in Carlisle.
1R•10.- - --9rn
' VI(E), 5 1 7 1 1 11(01 • ;
All .Ir . 2rsoliH . j.ktlllteilUr — ttre - liiil.iscriber, tire' re
ca I'and•sett.lit their - accounts br tht 15th
ql' January 1841. - • . • ."'
. . .
D. 1 .10
—Watet: Prned7:-130eti; ladies and Cemlemen't.
Ot : ertilmes,Cliiitiree's Gem and.Lelitho• Shoes, am!'
..e,‘'97. whet , : desitription :of 11000 nu IShbes ,. for „,d e
Imesuolly tow-. lit the Het and :Mot:- storet :apposite
"-CERTIFicA its pg :
. ' , ,ron TuzlAkr.. on
i•ei it dre(lit s
At t , - , •
re held; by the folloivlog.agent a in. theli,':rebpeO
tivb ,000ntics. ..As.tninierbbs;ttoOnleifcits- these
pills , iitteintteil to thipolinell
ty;lhe pvopiletv of porchasing Only 6om Iteci4.-,
owed agonto, apparent, •
Aiegel; IVll;cluitilesburg; Gilmoi.e & MeKinnoy,
Shippensbokg; ..1381ca Et
arannerono evi.•Ctimborlund Istuld liorton ,
M..d N .,linOp',;§lll,l:opanstowni.L.Alggei 4(14,,
ci k tieciltmi4L: 4
4; S, A. Coyle,lsanOizburg.;; .;
• Afignst,`26,lB4o. •: -
A FAMILY NEWSPAI'ER;-DEVOTEP TO NEWS, POLITICS, LITERA*OIIO, THE ARTS AND SCIENCES, AGRICELTURE, AMITSM
.INENT, &C. &C.
JOHN RUPP, ndoer.
of John Close, dee'd
ROI? ERT LAIRD, Frankropd,
JOHN J: mynies
- BriOTS AND SHOES.
BRUM OF WILD-MERRY
TIIE CELEBRATED REMEDY FOR _
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS,
NUMEROUS rettiedies . have been . offered . and
puffed into notice; for diseases of the Lungs,
souse of which has,undoubteillY been found very use- .
NI, but of all that have hitherto been known, it must"
be universally acknowrialged there is nonethat has
ever .pytived ., as - successful as the ,"BALSOM OF
Such indeed are' the _astonishing. reiterative and.
healing properties of this -4 ‘lialsalm" that even in the
worst forms of Consumption, when the patient has.
suereil with the most distressing cough, violent
pains-in the chest, difficulty oflireathing, night sweats,
bleedingof the luiks,fsterrind when the most esteem-.
ed remedies of our FharmacopiaS had failed t . t . a afford
any:relief, and even when Botanic, liotrieeptitliM, and
numerous otherremedies, lind beep - ziised for. many
months in vain, this Invaluable remedy has checked
every mimptibm,and been prothictive of the most Mi.
tonis Illig In the early stages'. of
,tiroceeding Mom neglected cola., termed Catarrhal
Consumption; it has peen used with Mulevialing sue; . l
coss, and hi many . lustanees, when this disease -seerii.
ed to have miirlMtl itz victim Mr 71Wearly grave; the
use atlas medicine has arrested every symptom ; and
restored theAungs to a, Vae of perfecthealth,
In that , ur n) Cnnsumptioh, so prevalent amongst
.delicalt(young lenpalcs, commonly termed debllttb, or
"going Into' decline," a complaint with which
silig success, and not onV,liossesses the power of
checking the-progress of - this, ahnuning ditedsq, but
at the sa u ce time strengthens and .invigorates the
whole systum more effectually than any remedy we
have ever possessed.
COA - diseases ofthe
Liver, particularly when attended S6OlllOOllOl, indi
gestion or Iva:idolMg painshi the tide, it has also -pro
veil very einem:ions, - and cured Many cases of this
kind after the most powerftil remedies had Tailed.
;Ir., - AST i complaint iiinsjilto_beep
ii Yl`ll lid 11iii1erot18 io‘tance6 lritlL the ip9st sU'igt!lc
sUccess. 'opens 1.116 chest, rendering the Grp:filling
perfectly . free, iu'et.Bl.4.the-COugh.., and:will-seldom fail.
to give permanent relief, •
010- BRONCIIITIS.:-As n.remedy innil ;
;/liiiialllictjons.of-tlie:tliroat i nttentietl witli:n-hoarso ,
ness, eatigh or 861 7 /./ in tht: !la'ant; it will also be foolar
tr.sery - elleetuari 7 rmetly;4lllll - Wilf
.molintiY relief' if- usetl at tiie.comincit,cenioeut its
o 3 COUGHS & COLUS.-- - -In"c011)111(111 coughs
and colds, that peel ail. so extensively -throughout the
it-will be found much more effectual than any
remedy,in_llf,o, mid When colds settle upon the lungs;
causing-nit ipflimmition with' pains in the breast,dif
(lenity or : shortneSs ofbretithing,ltc., the use of. this
.11alsam will suppress such sympuotds immediately,
antfat the same time prevent the lungs from becom
ing pore seriously diseased.
CROUP AtND 'WHOOPING COUGH.—In
these complaints, so common to Children, this
Balsam will be found Math superior to the Parego
ric Elixir Syrup of Squills, and the carious cough
mixtures in common use, as it is entirely free from
any thing the, least injurimisond may at all times he
given to children with perfect safety,andwith the cer
taintybf itS.slfordingsheni speedy relief
LS A FAMILY :MEDICINE fOr many'oth
ularly useful. tics - bat lug proietf an "thctitnatte
remedy imull Pulmonary affections, it exerts n pow,
mild influence avec-Many -di-wakes-depending- ott.n.
sulfertf'il front the imliscrintituttemse. of Mercury, or
other deleterioliTdrugs, that ace .often c.ocapoundotl
in different quack 110Strt11119, will it a remedy of
great value, possessing the power of 'streugthening
and int igorating the while system more effectually
than any othermedicine we possess.
CAUTION TO PURCHASERS.—As this med
icine has 'already acquired great celebrity. there may
probably be some attempts in imitate it, and deceive
ibe,public,with a . spneints itljAwilo - pyerent hich
rwutild - wislt all purchasertt - to - obserre
marks of The - gtintune 'Balsam. It is put up in bemles
of two sizes 'oath; haying'ilfe. words WISTAII'S.
TIALSANI Oht WILD CllEltn,
the - glass;md - whibel on' the front
with the signature of lIENItY,WISTAII,
without which none is genuine..
Prep:wet fordhe, proprietor by WILLIAMS &
CO., Chemists, No. '22 Commerce street; 1141.adid
phin, and sold by . the Most remvectshleDrtiggists Mid
other 'appointed agelts •in all the principal towns
throughout the Ltidted States.• . .
891(1 in Clir
lisle; by S'AMU.t , L ELLIOTT, appoint=
cd,Agent. . ,
Prlce G'1:00 a bottle
Deceit6er 0,1.8102-1 y
T — Rething.
- At this period, wo are aware that theSe 'little ones,'
which tire near and dear to us, sup very much. I
therefore lake lids opportunity of inforMing the pth
lie of the great benefit derived - from the use of Dr_
l'aris'Soothitin-tfiyrap for Children Cutting 'fecal:
This medicitiel. found to produce relief as sooniis
applied to the Coots; it is pleasant and elk :Muni 1
feel happy;a recontlitentlim?;.it to blue public, as am
egrtaiii it will save, tatiry piglits of sweet repose to
parents and Mirses, 'besides prever.tiiiirtlicite-dairger
ous symptoms which slily. thousands annually,
N imh slrCet, abovelVillow.
Of the IS . iratw Martial:B Conywand
• ening , and German Aperient Pills. -
• • . •ALLECIIIANY, IL! 1840..
To 'llr. Agein , --Sie: I ivisll-46 state for
the benefit of th6so lvllo'May tie afflicted,. that De.
Elarlich's 1911 s have entirel y cured me of Dyspepsia,
of which I have been afilicitAi for many Years. liaised
'both kinds, the. Aperient and Strengthening,andl ntn
constrained to sq that thcvaye valtiable discovery,
and act upon the system Mildly, but yery'eliectually.
I found the Tonic Pills to Imikken the- circulation
and cause n , determilition to the • surfaCe, and h.'
strengthen the avei‘k stomach and increase itspaaiers.:
The Aperient Pills not; the best eathaitic I, ever used.
.1 am Confident all Dyspepiles .could-do to,,mnke
iininediate trial and relieved..44ly, yr.c can call
at my horse and to siltinfied of the ahove at pleasnre.
DAVID It. POPE.
N. B. The" orlgiiad veridleat; inay-he
. seen at the
(dile& of the !'Spirit e l he Tito( s." -Fo'r Bide iit...NlR.
19, North Eighth • •
Also for sale hy
:lad Peal, 9..3,'.1510 •
DE' cAIIEFUL. OF YOUR
~innypeople so Ftry apt to eOnSitler l a cold
but a trini!)7, matter, and to thimk ~thtit"it' Will go
ttwft)• of its e lf iii 8 . (1:ty or tlo; ,, Div' them-.
solces'udtroutto ' &Mut it. " • Ilk th 'Such we: would
say, ". he careful plVoint. colds" 7 -do.uot tamper .Urith
your constitutions. If y'ou desire to, live'to "tt good
old,age," be earcfnl to take .sueh'-'yeMedit -, s 'as will
efiVet tuveasv - : and. a spietly• mire. Dr. S Wavne's
of f'Al'entis',Virginiann or • Wild
Cherry,'",.has eureti . niot c,c olds than any other medt
ti6e, ed . fOr 'sae' iii i this,
s ecitatry.... :The yer till
cotes :of euregeffeeted ,, hy:thja .
wldelt the twbpriti.foli Alai lyirceilying;T are - the
"Most gratify ing'clutrocltT: up Aeßa to ( Elko* it afp fg t .
tiieprtiriitei.; Mid: the higll.tipik . It hold's -hi. piii4ir r
ott . iTatko.k '
The above reeklio,ine' n, be bitil the ,l)rtig'SCOo
or "1: 19'n1 , : of, Win.: Peal;
'Blll "• "
;01181,' ItATF. QU.ALITY grayEtt
Ho t r t ttic S,turc in:
livenatnirgOv .• .
, . • A ii''lol.l)'`
lisheit for the Proprietor, by' Georgglik____Owhh in___Caritsie,Allularberland-Coult,tTa
wanumittoumr anmotaVea_aaavaltaz aeD azaac:
A .cilak'Fß6 . i Pi2GSS
Miss' GOVId):, ,
'Twits for this they roared the Vine,
Fostered every leaf and'shOot, =
Loved to' see its tendrilslwine
Alfa difOidied it from root!. .
'Twos for this, that from the blast •• •
• ';' If wneScreen_ed and taught to run, •
- That its fruit .might.ripen fast; , ..• 0, -
O'er the trellis to the sun.
• .. _ .
.And' for this they rudely tore
-.Every cluster from the Stein ;: ,• •
'Twas to crush us till we pour '
Out our very blood for thorn!
Well though we are tortured am's, - ' '
Still one escenee shall endure,.. •
Vengeance they-shall find, wit -us,
May be slow, but will be sore. - •
• Anil the loakser we are pent !".`
;Froth the air and cheering light,
Greater, when they give us vent,
For on: , fest - sin:Who
•And our spirits they shall see, • •
can assume a thotisand shapes!'
These Sic words of verity,
Uttered 'by the ' ing grapeal. - _
Many statelyfortn - • .
When our pow erjs felt within;
.„ - Many widens]: tongue reveal ' . • I
.-• , •Wliat the recent draught has been';'
. Many of thoughtless, yielding youth, a
' With his promise all in bloom,
Go from paths Of p(iace and truth
„To,an early, shameful tomb. -, •
. We the purse Witl-eft unclasp,.
A.ll itsgolden - teeastifes 4 `.
• SO, the hushatut Irr our g; 4511 0
the-wife-with heart to' bfah', ,- -
' While her babes am - pinched with - cold
' bind Irirceto the bowl; •
Till hiS features we behold
• .. •
'Clowitte• like a living.coal._-- ---
• We will bill the gown-man put'
To.his lips a glass oetwo,
Then well stab him in the loot)
Till it Oversteps the shoe, I .
And we'll swell the doctor's bill
"None. Will you amputate it?"
some : evidence that you are . otherwise
sane mind, and -I will. titen .:ansWer , the
"Mons, Thevenet," said the English- ,
Mart - somewhat - angered; "will - you comply
with my wish or not?"-. : • , •
"As. soon; sir,' as you givir me.any.goad
reason for'so doing." •
"I cannot tell you toy 'reasons pow,—
.Imt perhaps,:io one year, from -this time. I
,may be able ,to do so. ikit bet, that
you:-yourself will 'acknowledge 'after one
'year, that I'l - lave :the-very best
- of- reasons
for getting rid of my, •
will not bet,'.' replied Thavenet,;"uh
leSs.you give me your name, and
."All this you shrli learn' hereafter,"•said
-the Englishman; "not--now, - . - Do - you take
ni'e for a gentleman and a man-of. honor?"
"A;_inan of- 'honor does not threaten. his
-physician , with I_have duties -to
perform; even 'towards you, strapper as y.icti
are, which are paramount: I will not erip-,
ale you without a cause. If you have a'
xiesire to ;murder, an
_iongetiniAnao, : _an‘La
tatoer, then shoot, 6 __
r,i_Milk,e_no, = res,istl'j
. "Very tv,11,, Mov. Thevenet," said the
Englislunan,"tint took up_the pistol. ."I
shall not - shout -- you; bitti — will: force - you,
-netwithstancling,--.Jo-Hatoputate - my leg: 7 --;
What you will not yo as • a -favor to ' the ;
whalneither- money nor threats could- in
„Alum you to perform, you'shall yet under
1 "Ilow . so, sir ? ” inquired Thevenet,.
, -"I'll - lacerate this leg by a_single:
antrthati too,- before. your • eyes - , virthis
, very spot.','. r.'
• - . The Englishman sealed himself; took
S. SULLIVAN. 3,
the. pistol and held the muzkle to . his leg
Inquirer and, - Coulier, just above the knee. ..Thevenet 'endeavor
ed to catch the pistol, and sprang forwM.d—
"Don't stir, sir;" exclaimed the English
'man,, "or I'll pull the trigger. Answer l•
me At_onee, will you cut of! . my leg, or ne
"Sir, you are mid; Since . ; however,
you seem deterniined, take it off:"
t . EverOhint: w_as_unneillateV_pre:pariiff
for thcoperation.- Just as the first incision
--was •ahout be made,-the- Englishuvit,
lighted . a cigar, and swore it should not go
out during the operation. lle kept his
The leg lay amputated on the floor,
the Englishman continued' to smoke. •
Thevenet 'completed the- business in
scion restored to' health by the skill of. his
physician, paid- the surgeon well, •
whom he prized more highly_ each day :
thatikeditim with tears of joy for the loss
of his Huth, and returned to England with
his wooden crutch-leg. -
_ . •
• — rOiei,i:yrri.4•as in t - ndi4;
NVhen Ive've di-owned their•peaCe and health,
Strength and hope %within •the bolcl r
More \SC'II II SIC tllall Ile or
Ye who fiqnn nut...blood 'are
Take the echarge we-give-you now
ye wait. - and•s • pe ,
If the„graices forget their yew.
MIS - GELLAPEOU . S.
ritpm THE 01:1131AN Or: ZSt:101:1r.
° 11l J. T.
In the fall of 1782, Surgeon Louis 'Clic
yenet received a written invitation, without
signature, requesting- him-to-. visit on the
following day; a count r , tr • ' . • •
,1-IWWWlttitg.ablkot:StoP . s4liiiiiratus for alb
•-- Thevenet-4-as:..knawn at..that- time,. far
an trhear, "to7bo - the inosyslcilful - tmitrin Ills
prolessinpl . it was not an-ymsual thing td
fetehAdm across the eltanuel England
cot• purposes of consultation; Ile had
served a long time in the army, and; al
though:something rude in- his manner,•im
was generally admired and beloved for his
natural amiability. - • • . • ,
— Thevenet Was - .someWtiat liStoni - Slieil at
this anonymous Both thud tied
•place - were 'specified with the greatest mi.
nu teness i -where ho-waS expected:--"Some
wags would send me on a fool's errand,"
thought he to himself, and determined mit
to' go. . (s.
Three days after this, he received a si
milar invitation, but more pressing,
the addition that on the following m o r n in g
_nt_One 'eloei carringemuld_be_at_lis
door to bear him - to. the place of destination.
At the hour appointed on the • following
morning, appeared indeed aliandsome ha-,
rOuche.. Thevenet hesitated no longer, but
tool:ltis scat at •on.w. .
_Alefore thesitTgata demanded iif the
coachman,. "whither.aro. you driving me?"
l'he coachman replied in English, "1
" You are an . English Eco tin d rid re n
s pon ad nth ven et.. •
I. The carriage at •Jength stopped before
the•deseribed house,".Who . sent for ?
who lives here rwlio.is ill in the house ?'"
again demanded Thevenet of the ( m a dman.
bTfa - b — r he aliklifoil77ll ,- ni - the tinVer_return
ed the.sathe sullen anSwer,and the surgeon
thanked him in' the. samdmanner as(bctbre.
. . •
On the tiireshhold he was root by a hand
some ynung map tweaiy-eight y'en - rs
of age, who conducted him up stairs into,
a spacious saloon, Ilia - language betrayed
him; he was. an EngliOtmen.
at once addressed him in Eiiglish:
. "You sent lor•tner •
• ‘,I did," , reSponded the stranger, anti
apt Much indebted for die trouble you- !rave.
t:alteit risiting me.. IV ill ; you sit 6We?
There h.'. elmeoleteieuffee and wine, in cis°
you *,should• require anything during the
operatitim";•: ',•.: ••••
• "Showincr. the. pati'ent,. &Ir. think first
examine the injury, und•sec. - iiTininttation
be .neeessary:" • , • • '•
seated. 'have every conficipied.in.
..Orilljfiliaten . to.me. for one . moment: , There
is a. purse eanitiiilintr one 'hUrirtni.guineas.
I. intend -itfid..yOu as sonie;reinutieratitin
fur. -the operation liyon are about in under:
take. ThiS" Shall not tie all,. if:yo.tt ..are
successful. :jf; tho" cmitrary;:yonfrdq
nut - sucdeetl,, pa.'„refusd .I:o...#iint my wish ;
y944ce' this , pjatol; it is.loaded.Loyon arc
in iny..:. , i).pmer, atid,l.will-slniot
.feiir' ,- icitir pistil;'!: re,
sp;lndeitt l hoviikit;:“but;first•tet iit6 knots':
what on require of Inc,. What ',am I to
• ,' .
my right'leg',' re
plied ilia. Euglislitnan:' '
44 %_Vitli'atrny`' . lfeart,' si ' . lO'nll l -.. you r hood
too, f.y 1.3 i; it I u i)t to
taktikr;ito l ::lei . ocems n very .loort
one. ' You. mounted the stairs in advance
OD. - ine lik . & . a. rope-dancer. What's the
matter with the leg?" • , • -
"Npthing,:Mons, Thovenet,..i_But .I..dc
-is rest° get rid`of it."
"Sir, you are a, fool." . ',. '— .. •.,,
"That's nothing'to you, Motu. There . -
net." •-•-• • . _ • . , ,
"'What crime has that fine' leg commit- .
tear ' . . .
1 . About eighteen reeks after his de'par
thre Therenet receivetLa letter from Log-
eland, similar-In its eontentg to this: _ - •
` - '"vi'on will excePt_the enclosed draft - on
Ale. Panchard of Puri's, fur two hundred
find fifty guineas, as an earnest of my 'gra
.. tittide. You„ 114 ye. tnpale me the hoppiest
'removed a leg which was. the sale object
.to my happiness. • : . ' . ''. • . .1
•'- llravirman,, you may, now learmtlm cause 1
T _of_rny. foylish whin]. .'-You nitiiittainett-at,
the thine , of the .operationohat there could
,'exist no justifiable ground for mrstteritice;
I prOposed.a bet ; you did well not to ac
. . •
!. After my second arrival from Ole East
Indies,- 1. becamo ' acquainted witi . Miss
1 addressed her. Iler fortune, her family
connexpms, both Made thelnatch desirable
among my .relations ;• herr beauty. her Ilea-
Venly temper, made hso to me. Vbecante
' one amid the array .01 her admirers. Alt.,
i ddai„Thevenet,.and I, iits happy .enough
to liectime the chosen one among . lay . ri ,
i vats: 'Sbe, , loved me ; .above till, men ; we ! ,
.SllO iliiinot. collard it' quid rejected ine . en
that 'very account. In vain I implored ;in
L.Vaimtlid. her parents beLyandlier friends;
she: r emained 'ieainetl eemeved; -
I For a lon'o. time I could not learn - the
'valise of her objecting to a marriage, which,
she confessed, bertielf, kt .. ould have boon, the,
eanSunitnation of her wishes. - One of , her i
sisters., at length,.explained. the .:mystery. l
Aliss..llarley was a wolfder.in 'beauty, but
nature had been eruelin giving hot' Mit onp
kir.li,She t'earetl bn account of , this' direr-
1 nifty, iii.lie r eciiite MY
,ti':ife; she, dreaded the
f.possibility-of pi ) , regarthfor her being 'til
-1 minielied: on'. this account:'. - 4. ''
l'ay :resolution ' was 'instabilY ialie
' 1 r,,-••- '
IleterriiiiMil tO .- :• ' riltike'ilYelf lier 7 egtial iii.
this respect'. r :''rhilk4 to i:itiolciii The . ve-.
iff. , t; I.did: : Sei; ',•';....'. .., '','....:'.•; : '"..
:II came. to .1.n",10n. - 'i'vitti:•a. el'il,teh.:44;;;•-•
,MS' iii4v;iikijek"riyit'ii' tii.,oe4 :M i .*:: 0:4 vl y.
.'Phey,:lititholo*. bere're.",li,enilo.l6,4,l„ipy- '
:self 1nit.141,1 Wen' 1 I e„Eitglan d . ,16 tthi.saine', ef
feet; that a 'ilitllliim :a .horSe: . hait;Oritifile'd
triii,'iiiid.th4t I ii . :iii"b6on'ob.liiatUt?C
'fliy)c ° Ttl', the
.'s,ttrgeonlf _knife: '
, I 6) y
fainted iWep, iti:fir4l',kofoit , pl:„ 1,
- • fi rst
6itiCisteOlicrwithlho -see'ret cif' thy ; Ti'detir
flee, to. which my love foi her had been
the sole incentive.. She loved one the more
tenderly for it.. Oh, Thevenet ! had Instill
a-dozen legs to- ,
lose, I. would
.yield : them,
tVithout aMurmur:for: stieh d.prize.
~.So long , as tlive, "'shall lie.. griteful• to
you. Uome to Londonbeeorne aegnaint
ed with my glorious wifeceild then, say
again -I am, a fool; • .•
Thevenet imparted the anecdote-anti-the
letter 16 - Ins friends', and always laughed
immoderately when he told• it. re
mains a fool after ell," he would often say.
The following,. was his reply: 7 • • • .
"Dear Sir„---4 thank youfor your val
uable, present, for Ruth I must regard .it,'
since it can im i ;longer be 'considered as ,a
remuneration for the little trouble I had.
•I wish you joy in your Marriage witlr
the most loVely of English women. It is
true„a• leg is a great deal to give
beautiful, virtuous, and amiable woman,
but not ton much, ii . in the end,, one is not
- deceived in flick bargam. Atlanwve a rib
,others have, also paid a fib
for beauties,; and seine, even a head.
But, I fear after two _year's you-will.
yepent that your -leg was ampuNed above
the knee. •You will think it wight as well
have bean taken off. below the joint. At
the lapse of three years, you Will be
'vinced that the loss of the-footelene-would
,been sufficient. At the en'',, of_ four
years you will maintain, that the sacrifice
of the great toe, and•after,.five years, dist
of the little toe would have answered. ln
: ,!!ißycars::you • that-the: pairing
of the .nails-would,have,lteen
gaY witliout any,reflee•tion on
your-fascinating wife: Women can-keep
beauty and virtue- moreinaccessible;,thanH
men can their opinions.' In •my youth I
would - hive- sacrificed •my life daily; but
'never have yisitied a leg. 'rite former 'I
,have lainchted ivltile
but had I pursued your course.amlfFsign
ed My leg, I shotldisay.ff, myself to day,
"Thevenet,.yoti were a fool!" Where
with I have the how)... to be ,
--- - --71.rotii4V4rierv't, • 4
In the yea1.1793, - duriOg the rel.;OTittion
ary times of horror, yherefiel, who had
been suspected by the aristocracy of trea
chery' through.thFilecusattus of some
fled to London to save his In froni.tho
guillotine. • n,
.Either to kill tittle, or to renew,
Sir'Charles. ',rem j)le.
. lle waST - direeted to his residenctz,...,,i'
annonnectd, mid receiVe . d. arm
elm i with - a - gliiss-of:aOroing-porter - at - ht?" .
side near the fire place,._surroundod-hy-a
(loietinewspapers; sat a eorpulent
wan. lle ould not get up to'receive his
"t Ah, welcome :I‘lonS. - • Thevenet," ex
claimed the lat . Sir Charles Temple, for in
reality he was theman. "Don't,bc-piri:nd
etl-nt - my -keeping- my- seat i - this cursed
crutch-leg prevents me froth doing any
You have probably come to see if
you prophesied aright?"• •, • _ ,
."No,"soid Thevelict "I rtmle as.a fu :
,hive, and to neck pretetion in your coon
trv." • •
YOU 117Z1 . Z.L With
YOU are a wise man. You must comfort
'no. I sincerely httlii:ve had I not this
cursed .crutch-leg in thy:way, I might have
. sit and mid the •newspaperS, and
get actually enrit6d, when I thin! that I
must be inactive . in_ all these great strug
"Your Wife : Dill be bettcrable to com
fort you, th6n - L," i'eplicdThevenet.
' " StuIII" exclainatl
.Tdm plc. " Ilcr
daneing f -and NO
she has given herself up to cards. There's
no.getting,on \ytt w!, otheluite.she is
." Ah, ha! - Thin.l -- ivas right, my old
frielltir! 9 10" Y es, entirely 6d But, 'neve
net, we must he slick li.otl heel) this to
ish act. 111 had , ivy 'lea- back .. again, 1
would-not give the vatting of the nails!—.
This .luttweeu ourselves. - 1. was a feel,
but' keep Fly-secret !"
A CANDID OPINION.OF . ROME
l'Avriqe to volt before from .borne; hot 1
I.said notfiing about it, beC . ause, at that time,
I had not taken even the moat cursory- view
• of , What it contains tlint.w thatl have been
pretty neaify over it. no is alwaysde- 1
Sirons to eolleet
. as utility opinions as •ois
can with respeet to a . great titan or a cele
brated place, from those that, have
them ; and 1 shall, therefore, -explain to
you, as;well aslotin, the.sort of impression
that Home if n
es'Aatie - upon . my mind. .10‘,
the tirz,vplace, ram- hold enough to,ithii 1
and. rash , enough - . to: say," with
howc ver, to,lptter.jnAnente; : that'the nie-;
rit- of . ..the anc i ent intiltlim,rs -here. has . been a
:good:deal. ex:Toe:rite& ~.71Vo.;dcmht -They.
deserve -a great de-il of• praise and - admira ,
Sion;:Attuyeyhatitreceived a tliiilbio share
Of caeli7frOlo,- faney,'affectation, and . that
blind- attacinaent to classical toitiquity:that
swayed 'the!..minds-of artist's lip& scholars
i.fol• some centuries-after 14,re;tval
o llearoz -
iog..,, ; :lheraare; two:WayS-Of ' consiOtiik
tbesc.otr . 'lF-Tras' it 4ttl ' y: are i .e tat;: v'lv t
they hate heen--' -N r W,theia
are not shove .
Tour or. live Of- the ,Stteicp) : nion inn ett M that ,
ii*stili,petfect ettOttgh',to give anyeff.:plea l
-iitieei,e - xOO to. a v O tli:ontlinainitio eve - p-,-,
Eiiii; •:unit '7,3litieli. fOrer. ony '-ibtam elaa:
tames.om;:,l ) ,-Initite ttii,-7enatplo,o;,-beaatifol l
'ilit of 'the l 'iinto va.go.‘ l ".V.: - FeOlti r Viiiik . 74
ide'sT 0 , 0, to.l*.been sa id i n its pitilse
omaLtazo vaati. 40.-v(D. 43.
—though one's - pleasure in seeing it is, in
part, to be attributed to the stisfaction.and .
tune tylik.4l has preserved it entire amidst
sides, one is a good deal awed by Agrippa
and the Augustan age. Still, I will fairly
oar n, that, it: stood nt 'Farnham Green,
anti 11;1(1 been finished yesterday by a Man
from Dirmim,tham, it would, stillstrikep_ne„
as-a-noble.and - a beaUtiftil'iv — ork t . In size:
however, which in architecture. is a very
material point, it is (I need not tell you).
not : by any means remarkable; It. is sup ,
passed by all the great medorip churches.
Then comes:the:Coliseum; which, though
sadly - ruined, it is- impossible' to lock at'
without.heing' very much struchp'With
enormous Mass: Then the triumphal .
arches, Trajan'S pillar, and -the little tem
ple of. Vesta. This is pretty nearly all that
,aettially pleases the ey_e... The obelisks,
indeeil,•are ninnerous and perfect; but:they
are curious rather than heatitithl. -
_ .. . .
What else remains of antiquity colisisis
of: unsightly rnini. There are -- ; perhaps,
some few exceptions which I ought.to hayo.
..-9erde - , -- but, -- trot '''''''''''''' ybi,... may find a
grdal. - - many bits ' and . scrips, .but nothing
else sufficiently. entire to be' admitted. as -a.
wIMle. • I am sensible, hotvever,that the
present 'beauty 'and. parlectnesS. Of these ;
ijectocconsideratoll. • The They-are to be look
-led at as trace.s..in whieli, ky.thb help
of history, we
_may discover . the state of
1 ancient art,- wealth, and power., Andicer
•• 1 .• • •
tam 3, , in every part of Rothe there, are _
abint dlllt t llirtlnfS' - ofiTh — fra vilfg We etLiin ca.
the iapital-of a great; rich, enlightened,
, an„ kjetorions people. Yet," own,•that
..when_lieellected how-long and-how corn
tiletely-s. the Romans iverd masters of the:
world, how severely they governed it, how
ii -- -nmerCifully - they plund&ed. it, and how:
- much of_..l2;reatness - and authority was cotf- ..
I centrated•in this- single city - ,A,am not...at
all, SurprisA tht the extent or spleader of
their public . worl,s. .A . Il• dna - they did; when.
s eiiin pare 0.-___wi th.Alte .r.a. ,- . ;,tn e5.,c.f. : 4, b cji_LE in .,......
pire, is very much inferior, indeekto wliat
was accomplished by the little, Republic,
boils of Greece and its colonies. gut now
comeelhe - drii - ivimek upon the_sphindid and
interesting objects in Rome:and, which, I
own,- diminishes their effect, .in my eyes
:a least, to a wonderful degree.. It , is the
extreme filth and shabbiness-of th< , ---"-
. ....... coon. Regular_
'YI!, ta\vlit i i ddyTy . Q.ll built libuses•ara not at
all necessary in order to set ofr fine public
building's.. Oxford. is a' suffiCient proof "of -
1. ,, A-wh e re - t. h ere _ia.T.lrardly7-'a ... , 1.; GI- - I =-4-- --.
some' private - n0,,,,.., .._,..1...,.„ t. w h ere every ,
thing appegrs-to -the - hest - advanWge.-- -nut.
cleanliness, neatness, space, and n tulera-'
hle state; of repair are quite indispensable.
In Rome von search in vain for any Otto '
of these acivantageS. There is net a single
wide street, and but one handsome square,
Piazza di - Savona. Toverty , and dirt pur
site you -to the - gates - o'every monniiicitt; .
ancient or modern, public,or private. You
never saw any; place so .nasty nor so beg
trarly;. nor•I, except one. Lisbon is a jit--
tle worse than Rome, and only-a little, and:
it is :r disgrace to civilized man,. The de- ,
. s'e' rlPtitin 'of dirt is no very pleasant
:roil,. therefore, for your sake and my own,
I will not make one.—l,erd Thatlcy'.rltt-
Icr3. - .
147- - 70nrim: Clizoci+The
li.nl always been ac . pistoined to drink their
allowance of .brandy or ruin clear, till.Ad
iral Vernon orde - i , (l thoee'under his ein-n
-inad to iii-: it with • water. The innova
tion gaye treat Offence - to :the sailors, abcf,
Mr a amerrendered the conimander - very
among timm. *The . adtniraLet
that thno;:kvoje a grogam coat,lor «vhich
reason they•tri,ek-name k i
. bini "old Grog;"
hence, by degrees, the mixed liquor he eon-
strained °them to, oniversally'obtaiued a
mong them-the name oibt,loo.. • ,
. Th:3ll:oscuscts, Tnii LATE WAIL-A
visestefri-imper, M I 6 staff
(Meer, in a jultintecr Corm called out by
The patriotic/ proclatnatkin of Gen: Smith,
gives an account of divers, causes,'Oth4
than the love of coutiry, the love of
or the love of fight,. which hulked men' to
leave their homes and their, friends for the
field of battle and the chances of
One of these heroes diseoursed to the fol
lowing eireetvi , - ,
"It . Hannah had no.t bcOn do snappish,
and'made me du all the iiilkin and glwrnitt
•tow, - I should ncyer hnve been heiv.. She'
toldl_titc she guessed I'd he sorry I'd listed;
but she druv me to distraction. I'd father.
stand the bullets than !ter -etarnal clatter of
tongue, knives, and forks- and
If she is . a widder it's all her own 'roll.--
Illter I ..dcw : dream abuitt her tifid tlitl
hnlkalate all things are
foroortlainethmall'etarOty, audit' I die in
fightiq, 1 Shunt • hav'e the
,eit•ponsei lu 'pay .
off' 'a: long slit-11 . 6f. 'slektiesS. • - • Goed . by,
Ephraim; y - han"t. got - no - moro 'tohiclof
than will dew. ye htim, have ye?" , • '-•
This and Oth e r Ming#. l _,?" 7 :l'..4e Spy
in ashington says elate le*, t,e, the
Now Yorii Courivr:
Tlic4e.ais many wood joic.Wand plpasOnt
betwoep . iodividuals
!Of difroOnt, pOrtitis
tzeildethoo .M . roodbury l , and
tijgri:ed;that.'tliiq lied been ,:t sevsre • snow
a typo replied I..liti-the-
o;l4Ye . . , i:‘!`4:SliPPO!M t : ;11 d ;Ow .ge, tidemai!
yemiit (Es ys4., Ww,gamthshirei.l
"OlobiyrosSeil.;-=:."this' o(herYhin g: