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snow-storm one,,,ye4 suvefi: citliet . ;y . reetove.liittaretp , tho,i - govern
took shelter in.a he.tf Which ~1,t.,M1 ht . - the',tueut NetiltScot . W •Sir lia#9 , -;
eorner'oftt field, rlditie to the road; Thure-48 noW,• iv:Top:Cars, ditipeleiVttf
' we'found an eld - i'llrpetittr of - the
. village,•;•siMilar - manner.‘'. The 'London .Globe
• . who sallif.ltti4sa delighted to 'meet 'kind .notitices that Major • General • Sir Motnas•
• r people Petusott, detkyitpciumtuanil•SeFibe'norilt
'*ays . talled her, us he' hit,, he thought,, up- proceed•to 'N.CW Ilrunewick„
tni a mechanical; imtnovement . in one Of in ithe rOorn-or _
the tools'of his trade,-which he lenge&
, t 1
ckp art, to , get into a long. ex
planation, of, which . .l _understood ;not a
‘. word; Mit which aunt Eveline went along
' miith,:por&eilr.--.--,W,hott-.the•otatt had - been
. in Vie Rill swing of his. o dtscourse,-about
quarter of an' hour, the' enrriage:arrived to
• bring...us h,onie,.as it. had 4een known Which
• way we had gone.l I kneir my aunt had;
'a' severe cold, and I pressed her' to go at.
Once. 7'No, said shit, U tnitst• hear'eufbia.
OleiAtoidier's 'plan,.which seemed',
in'gen'ious. -.! *Phi t. otiversation lasted.
about half - Ott •hottr'irthre, about the last .
'three minutes of which she occupied,
.giving her opinion of the invention. :My .
• father :afterwards• got her -to ,confess that
she had , given' Christopher, the.'One
• -.that had,'.. Made. all • the rest' Or itialtr'and
Witbotitwhich they , .would all have been
. -Useless; liii-suipieions-havihg been arous
ed by '.hearing the old mad'. say several
`it's very Od(l,l3Ut I thotight Of the
- hest for-the whale plats while _talking
With 'kind Mistress Evelino in - the snow
MistresO.EVeline.heraelf was laid
tip for a fortniti•ht,•btit she cared not; for.
• - Christopher gained a round "sum 'for 'the
patent .he,got fur the invention. • •
. sure, • my-dear _Edward, yod - are
,not. , one •to . think these details. chittlishrerj
• too - Minato: Yon-will. see-at once, that I
could in. nn° Other way,so-well show yoU,
what she really. is. - You. may have hoard
• _Some few sneers at her 'talents and their.
cultivation, - among cold blooded;'fine'. nee,
_Ole; btit-I,.have heard thousands, of hies
. . sings buratnig - frein - the. lieuris . ' ol;the
. for the' goodness of her heart..- •
;And" these inwardAnalities have pr o .
iluc.ed an-outward characteristic which will
-make - her dblessing; insteatlef an
_incum. , ! : i
- brance to that home, 'ef . which, fur- my
sake, . own' love, you haie so kindly.
detdrinined to malta_her an inmate.,-_Y2u
will soon rejoice rdi your *own'. 1 allittle .
. to-that delightful Constancy 'ef cheerfulness -
._.4,tinanne r ,_.Whi c h,thight be called gaiety,
had it not:a. ticautiful• dash .or tenderness,'
Which . renders that too light a Word.'.
good neart,..actively,employed; always.pro-,
'_; --- tlnces this, which._ your Own heart at - once.
',sets before your !. Ed
' ward, you do not ever - conceive , how- I.
- Mess" you for adding to my new home_ thO
only thibg lbal• el:Mid increase- the.liappi
nese I 'know will reign,there—ilte - a - deiety
.:.'Of my clear; deir aunt Evclinc! , There. is
;tint one feeling id the wesrld
- my Unspealcablaffection-f—Ed ward
can you guess'-what that is?"
.: I was turning round to St. John With a
,very sighing smilc . on,.my lips, when :he
fOtestalled my speaking, by - sayingyob
shall now See What that monument is from
which Abe - boards have been removed oily
zo-iloy_, and which I would never let you
get a glisr caused
me to so' ...,
.rts.we in . said,
"Str ;Ed tis you
sult." lie pointeu to a very slightly, but
beautifully ornamented marble slab of some
dimensions,-which bore the-followin& in
• • inn: „ • t
"Sacred_ to the men — ti - o - r - j , Tir Eveline.l3ley
nell, grand mini of-Sir Edward Nignell,
Bart;;, present owner of Arlescot 11ail, in
this parish :-.- He-raises this - monument - to
her as to the Seiond Rest 1 the origin of
-that appellation, current in the'famity, hay.
• rug proved her to be the bed of all.' Per
the universal, object of - affection•must be
i- - 'the - roost - Oott& — And when -- the littaband
. of along and • happy Marriage was asked'
_ wheat be leved the best,• second only_ to
his wife when the affianced, who was'
second to his betrothed ? the wife of the
• :i'irat.year, who second to her-netily-mar
lied husband? -nay, when the bride, on the
. eve - of - bectiming - s% - was -- tisked; - who - was
_. - ettoend in. her lope to hint she was about
• 'to wed ?, each and all hive answered
SAvidomii alt w. S r
.imparlant r lotida.` hare.'
melanchcily.newe from'Elorida, and yet a 1
• chat -- moot—of-the Indians: 1011:i
submit. . :
A, correspondent writes • us"' from. Fort
East Fiiirida, that the ‘ express
• liakinst arrived from tire West,:and says,]
-iltalt a wa oulgoing. freiti - Mieetiopy to Wa •
ii lt uta, escorted by ten 'men,' was attacked i
by Lidians,:and Lieutetiaitt Sherwood, and
Mrs.. Lieutenant . MontgonAry, Sergeant ,
Carle,, and threes privates killed.'
Thus has a young
,and tender female
fallen u victim to ,the. devotion: of herieX•
We have since leariied from a passenger .
.by the notida ' that. - Mrs. M. was httr, re•
pettily 'married. Another . officer, 'tee, Of.
• our gallant little :tinny has also falletiThr
Oureide,_while_four others have shared the
. .,sarne , fate. •
Itom ~ n d- i iiii2l- l i*e,litill_eitileleried_ifli_circles_
ten f ' of iroe; while its
,upper -structure is com
ateitai ' posed , of light pumice stones and the still
iloiiig less ponderous bricks , of Rhodes, .The
ivates I frame of the edittee is made Of hilelt, which
~is completely covered with mr le, and the
ie. den ' in'side, domes, wells,' columns and lume
n-led fr ' merits are .go'reeinisl,,y - tlecerated with the
t Mrs. „choicest stones .. that, Asip or Greece "could
rmy has I. BeSidiilliiii, 'Justinian erected innumer
r others I able ,edificei in Constantinople :end its au&
• " - 1 - urbs - , -- stilik . Wells, and" — eTteted — liiiii - Pliali
• must be 'Throlighoui raleatine; Which •ef nece4sity
y, di:germ '.enlisted ini',•his side all the funetionaries ‘ ef
bites, wile the.chtirch,devont pilgrims,iand the super
atitionts . :purtiti 'of . ' the Empire.. He `,how
rom a frier' ever rendered a more important : sertice , to
hal on the 2 his nation
. by the - erection,.of extensive foii
.to Liehteol tifications, botk in Eu tope, and Aiiu..r: extensive.
it-the: 9 'mil served to protect
.iriiiperhil- power tromihe
rnstere Allied inioads of these, predator liesdes'nf hip.
lilek, ,2d In) barianir who, were cOmitmttly ,seAiiiir on I
.i opportunity , tti Algot, jib oveoTow: _ Thii .
ly four men, excelition of thotapeXtOn.five worlie'elliWegi
, ... „ - r
mi?yed - bite' th Abe - talentol . itil4,l - itiffo#o of Prachli• Auld
were 3 ill Ine 6131 AlithOtTaii i s 'din eiertionof whose, eethe
. t, .
1 attricit tli iron th MAO tekillsiod - 1 9ilie PPon',, 4 4 !-eito.fif
,Ijii, itdians,44 !1 09** whose liberal iiiitroAoo:4o-111;
V 00.140 (1011900 ii virli,lekiiMil,isr Baal
• • I
nor envy could . tiftritili'' VW ' inenior)i•O
• Rintogig 0 Sir:JOhn il. arvAy.-tokd .:40.113•1ne% *ha n- Po4 l *- 11 V1 411 ti iiii , ilge
jydenham apiieers• deterniired.te remove , in. tvhi cko: l3 4 ll i'Ot - Pukg 6 it.ii to the ,blind
. ill ti , ciPlet way, 4hat'Aviii,e4llo.6, no riO,00O • " ~t he- inOt t r4 l -1 1 0IltAllit illg4loo l Y,riliPc;
--.-Te'lljOrittlir PA , - tite'&vql.'inntlo a ll'jk‘..: l : l -wl i t: . 7411 e Pa t a": Qf t4131 c2 ,540 :- 11 0 , bn ia .
-lleries : in 'ctepc:aentr.,in',llta ; Aititili„Oovin ! 'been the atOunt. and :rekitleoce,..ef - ,:getiiiis
ens in'' AneKi.ea , t 'A 4 400')1c..,, , ,we an I 7 ll or 'Bmr. ll oo lii!lii.4.4lo4:',,Att j di'.
nounc,a,k,tfig gpim**3,ol, 9 ~:: :,,Oolin.,,roa! , (Pik, ' - Itif,C43oo Aificr,i, l o.444l l astiobia
.:Viimet!ql!..o.,:thi•Aolilmind.O.r-ViOxii-Ault.',l.Kr* P- 14 ' 414:1 "*P' Of OibilltiSitiffe
. . .. _ . . .
The muiderars .must he a "fortiori , fil.
Coacooehee's, vary, determined to . &rink
the:hlooxl:ol.the whites, whenerei . Opitor
.„, ~... •.. , . . . , ~ l •
lunity offers. - - , , I
We also learn from a friend- id. Pilatka,,
.(pecentlier 91,t19,th al an the 2Eittiult., tiro,,
;wagons .belonging .to Lieutenant blegins
-try, were robbed at-tbe: 9 'mile ,haninnoelr,
and one of the teamsters . ..killed' by die In- -
'Aleut . .. Colonel ItileY, ,2d Infantry . , and ,
I ft ientenant Melit.,,Were. some ,:dii,tanee , it
: .',Lti t i rear with only
,four men, and eke
! veil nein , beine . ilea:eyed - inin'tlie trends. i t
;,rife rudianit, who were 11111)16613r, they be
,401,1inimilt of tile autteji viten . the . _ wi gon p, 1
nnd,beliering ihtit , tbellitliam#Aieltlylv'Tji” . -
`ti.white,ilag..,,'. 1 'I
'' . .
atneteri - whichris - .one:Jmndretrand - fifteen
feet. The • centre, upon which formerly
was placed the crosodierpehtlieularly deep
above the pavement to.' the height of pne
hundred and eighty feet.: •,'T.he circle en
totnpOssing the dome rests out four arches,
yhose-Veight is supported by es' niany
. northern and southern - sides - by umequal
number of column's of Egyptian granite:—
I The form of the buil lihg . may be aptly
.presented by. dratning, , in ; a quadrangle, a
Greeian.ereis.-.Hlti brew : lth is two hundred
and for ty-three . fecp 'and length, two',
_hundred_and iiixt,t , ,,_tune reel m .
tuary in the east to the nine western doors,
-- through whioh the curious or devout visiter
!is __paltered into the vestibule, and thence
into . the exterior.:pnitien. The fnundations
of:the etiptda are. firmed of'trianiulai and
'mare freestone blOeltaicertiented by lead
Prom thu PhilOelplk!rirublic LC:tiger.
, . • ifiSOrYi '
'4. Succinct View of the State' Palk!, and
' - : - Govehintent of the Roman Empirefrons.
the cOmihencement of the. Aral, to the
rnicldle he: Fifteenth . Centiery;-•:";*
Either the: matrimonial or: ministerial
connections of Justinian had indueed him
'of his 'iminediiite . predecoormis. TO•tua
taiii-the Magnificence Of thia, Ostale,' and 10
''support the profilleis Warejni ivGicli iteliad•
involved Ins. Empire, .he was cog pelleil.lo
resort to the most herdeliseitre nixes:: Up
on the fernidr was iMprised Wirat Was, de
nominated ; the crizoh.a, ortupOly. - of corn
for the caPital army, which was-grad
, noted in its: iniOrit r aceoriling to thirmaiits
theAreetly Modarch.. The feria! tribute,;
which was levicd'upon the Praetorian Prm-:
feet, was no leas burdensoMe to 'the peo
ple, inasnmeh as the discretion'
j of that of
ficer dictated the source froM whence it
was bolleeted.. Illonopolieir in trade (the.
former objects of Roman hatred,) - Were also
created with rioaparinghand'by . the Em
wort- vbiel,•-by reason of the check they
gar6 i to. the competition of the industrious
mechanic, served as a Most - grievous - op
pressioe to the enterprize, ambition and
skill of thelabering .portioti - of society.—
B.ota more scandalous char4e was alleged,
and, •in all probability, truly, against the
court. •$o mean authorittouStaies, : theao 7
sertion, : th4 the • "palace- was the 'sce n e ot• e
nefarious traffic in henorslintroflicee. From
the same source alsois derived the
leafing -fak that the connivance . I 'hf- bOth
lustipian ind7Theetiora:4is' not w6n ti '
to this disgraceful., deed. Vjt,' with : thd s
proceeds of this - immense revenue,' the
: begging for
bryd, and unrewarded - armies .wasting .
away amid the profitlea94wars of Italy and
Terbia. In additjen to these' juk j _causes
!of eempiaint, 'The citesp - erated feelings - of
the ciimeninity :may have. been -much CM
j,bittered by the enplerratit- reflection" that
much' of the - profit or their toils was eX
' totted from them; to - serve 'the= purPtiite•
and gratify the pride-of a. Queen, in the
- nratriage and exaltation of whom ;heir so-,
vereign 'ho'd paid:no ijeat compliment to
female virtue, It, requited the talents of a
Juitinian to control popular disaffectimrs
like these:. -Still - he streceeded i .and- has
left to_ "posterity,. in addition to 'his• - exath ,
• c,-at least lwo inipzeishable. monuments j
of his "genius; . the . one, the splendid - edi.
feces with - which lie decorated. his. capital
and kingdom; the other, that code of equi .
table laws by which the rights.and persons
of his subjects were grivetnerratiiltriarded,.
. The noblest work which Perpetuates the
mult;.which had found -,vent in the 'destruc,
thin of this church, had no sootier subsided
Ahim--Justinian-,resolved-M . rebuild it, in- a
more magnificent style than its former.
. had *settled. • s pious
lution.was carried into effect in- five-years,
eleven mouths, and ten days. ' Words can
not convtiy a perfect idea of this super
structure, although 'a
-general description of
. its-ilimensiops may aid - in - forming an esti
mate_of --the extent:- and-importance- of -the
Work; The -steeple of this great edifice, j
which is decorated with twenty-four-win
dows, presents so small a curve that the.
depth is equal to one-sixth. of its di-
•.. • ~ •
• ....a , In. 01 Igslraf
•-• • • ' '• ; • •'':
- • 1...•. V.. . ' '''' ' ' , 4` • .4`l .•- ' ; -,. 1 •" : .';',;'• - '''• '. ' . .. 7 ' •" '
entbitieisf, of .A, , , , ,:.c.. Ef.mat i - citkivii . „', b i ro little,i Avinelt, , , , twer . e foLutslted , with,t , hkeypb_
s ie_..., st. ,
' - -itey'endi4lnicirein of 6, - cleisseltoit - the etitn4l . ; l 4deillie.K'MYVt!ci . ,Ml9 otilt to b,octoltitY l .,
fitutiitt r ii:6l: if:nit:Mk, • li4ittilersecre, how- - gitislie d the oCtilar ilobeei,.WhiefiehpAiiistJ
eier, as; if the ticeptre bed fallen . into the ; very litile.Of t their v'bltillid or form The,
:hands of a - Worthy . set
f yeli c h l work e_dinpletely,,ClesetWeel tiered .to
. . teessiti;
'in ne' Calleirfiiiiii - -;t116 - oppressive'SejettiSion! thie subjacent add:',%Vert tOrit..°4de . t,
Of ; humble: life Proclus and , Anthernitis,.riet:,,he.p_re r setute-q#P.,9o..„,..pirri-0,101ab.1
Ar lioni'lid Oweir''netiq 'theirte: Ilelisaillia . ", ee . *eee - td: be seen'on their edges •; .-'lre
anti Narties.._7;Yet slidetin.. of ~scieneninay f ,boodsof:thnneree . ;:andSbe:tegninetiCwhieh
ha' Properly.considered "es having run his covered' them,. were Welk: preaerved ; the
race:id tbier-iptiere; ...aniEllieligli.;:his'efeelire4 ttiboa - tinelnenitrileitiloildireirsUfereil - ... : i'.The . '
ing glory Wires brightly'erion the imperiai . . cheeks - were:fedi ;- :the - tegnments-, : 4:thia . ,
dithitnienioceii4 , , rendered "in oienitp aren t', part of Ihe Ilied - Averd'idene rkiitird for their:
the profound darkness,. whiCh enveloped the: ; •softnege, to , the,tench :and, their., WisitenesA,- ,
throne . of• the Cruet*. untilliel . terieidnf its : : Theide'of . the eliit-tiere - ilightlY - bliie,' a .
d own f a ll.. 2 , ~•, .. . , -...,,,,-; -..,-
~.,..,1. - tint -- they. „ ha&-licirroweel:from„the - ,beareli
An event by,,no means 'unituportent, in ;, which, had. grown:after' deallf.. - ,The chin:
this reign; is the suppression Of she Schools, itself, bad. - underkenie
. no•;change; and still
of Athens nu& the; -Reiman tenielillip.-- 1. preierr eii the peculiar . type•ei f . 'the , - face elf .
These acts 'Clearly Indicate.
.aliettadon.;.Alepolcon,,, •,•: 1 ...•:7 '7 .: ' ~, ..
Of _public feeling from the
riCthe I ;T:The - shittlips , Were-Terteelend--three of
ancient ' constitution,' and
,the 'tiitimpii, of / the in.o,sh..i',lteihlsql, o h.ilei -. apPebre4 -u - ii* l
,ecclesiastical dogmas -Over the 'sober. eon- ,Sier - the upper 4,,whieli;wes-o . little raised
chisiens of -
reasod.: • The - former:none,will . towards the left; 1 The hands Were, perfect,''
pretend to deny; and the.lattereprhigp; as 1 not haying nuderkio)eifig. least•gbartge.- 7 -
a necessary itiference,.'from the details or a 4 Although the . joints ' Were ~,siiff,:i ff , : the - .skin.
historian of the.tiMes._. - A few . will
,sitiflee. I . preierved . that pectiliiieelilor Which . ..is : only .
hen Jhafiniali - tide about :eeeeting. the , to -- he "(bond in slid:living:inati.- - i.ll,te nails
church' •of ; St.. So p hia, his . 2errehiteets.,,aub- lof the Werd:lmk.'arid. 'adherent and.
in We() -to liffrribeir:•deaigni for ltialtriPtifiif4l69lll:4.e!:.'"rh,?.lelo..w..9r.e:4l-1.:6.6-o.st"Pt
vat: or atne meet. .011 e. .. would suppose ) in conseq u ence - ok-tnetottening•or t he; seams
that rieithe the one nor the other retriretli the lastibeir.toes w i ere,-out,ott each eitle.--'-
Divine....st to - make( -yet such was the state The altid.Of these toes Wes of a dedd'AV bite,
Of the :tithes; that the Emperor's ifigges- - and furnished Witb- I .,neile., . - The anterior
noes were considered .as -inspired: Sii region cf the thorax, Was much depresSed •
also the tri fl ing - coincidence between the- in the middle, -meddle sides .of the . belly .
dream of Justinian• and hia.engineer, as, ,to hard and tank. Allihe..members covered'
the plan to be adopted te.-stop the intindet by the clothing appeared.td have. preserved
:tion - at Den*. was .attributed to :the i dfreet theirshepes. - I pressed-the l e ft 'arm; which
Jtiterposition . of - Heity, - . -- -And - when the se=. I - found to beherd - and diminished in thiek?
vereign by 'accident iliiedvered a atone oess. AS to, the: clothes . they appeared
quarry,'and, enneluded 'to .work what * had With their - eiders; so . .that "the..uniform. of,'
been know long - hefore, he' was bore, it the horSichasseurs of the old' guard : was.
Was considered the motion dfspecial rove- to be recognized by the 'dark green of the , '
lotion. - Bit among•sh.e..brightelt evidences coat and its bright red faCings.-The grand
_estimate ' W high , was ~put .upon cordon,ef thelegien.. of ltoneirvad,aeress !
the influence of reason,..is . the account. thee:waistcoat, andthe -white breeches were]
which details the manner in which the art- partly covered by the . hat, which was placed '
gel was tricked into. the perpetual custody. on the thighs, - Tae epaulettes,, the • star, !
of the cathedrelof St: Sophia.: Abiatoriart and - ether etecoritions attache&tothdbresitiO
-who could-write, or. a. people:who _Would liud lost.their_brilliancyand_ turned black.
read such legends; meet not only have con- The:gel& crown of the cross . of officer of
'lndere& is the .perfection .of our nature to. Legion. of.. Honor had elope preserved. its
attain to-ti Monastery,: beit,did - certainly - es:. - •fteliali - . -- Vdien - Orsilier appeared -between
-teem it the debasement of our Cornmel. be- the legs, One Surinonuted.by an eagle which,
itig_te . cultivate among themselves; Or -coin- rose atinve.the knees; tiley, were found en-,
_their- posterity, other ,Prieei- tire andolosed:4.there Were adhesietut
ple's than .those which ripenc&into• perfec- bet ween iiiiidr.vases _arid the - pats they
lion during the dark ages. We. are thereftire, touched,
.I . uncovered them a little, -the, '
- relieved - front all surpriSe. when •assu•rcel,. King's commissioner °net thinking it.right
_authority, that instinian Apt they should be. removed for=-the . -pur- '
attempted to promote Christianity by ,the prise of closer examination.. . . • .
same. means which .his . predecessors had: proteB verbal. gipes on to state 'that
'used: to_. desiro . f. it. , 'Being • himself.-a de- - she above . pertientara might have been more .
vout son or.the 'chinch, and„ as suet]; an fall,. but...they: were - sufficient to show that
unconquerably obstinate theologian, lie Op- the preservation of the body; as more corn;
plied the power which lie risseesedlo - en'• - plete -- theneircuinsonices. of the autopsy..,
force - his - own - 14th - ;i - and;:bylititus, visited and inhumation warranteil-an expectation
with persecutionsuch - as,werdie ids opi,, , _ 0f.. - . It then.proceeds: - • '• • _-- ---..- J
nion wiekad heretics, blinded .Pagans,atid :: " Thidis not the place to inquire into
unholy Sainaritios.. No monarch ever set the `causes which heio to . shis extent arrest . -
e more direct . precedent, upon religions eel the progress of decomposition; but there.
subjects, than, luitinian, and lie had the_ is no doubt that the extreme, sOlidity of the
good. fortune t o be most faithielly.imitated . masonry,of the. Minh, .eitd . the care taken
. -- . • ..
by .- hes successors.. ~His bigov,.Avhic,b. in •inaking end aeildekieg She
was - therestiliof conviction 'or interest. bi.. i:-.. i, ..„....,......4, ~......6'6..:.:. ....u... ~..... a 9
... ~. - .. ~..... ..,..„ t p...., , w,i Ine ms at- I•loti•evit r this maybe, I. feared the effect
ipoliment to : and"- elevation.Of the church, 'Of . -the; attriOsphere upon the . remains, and
which were either _the convenient expo.; was con - viUced thai' the best means of pre
clients of the - times de.she voluntary offer-
ings'iogratitude;" - forever - tfibjecind - Ilie iliem from its action. • •I. eagerly,. comolied
throne to ecclesiastical domination: Hence, . with the'desire 'of the King's commission . -
during the successive dynasties, of the Em- er that the'Co ffi nd should
pre and to its
,vefy. conclusi on; the d og- cursed. ,Lrestored . the wadded satin- to its
arias, - of,the .chnrch -divided- and diatraCted ,Place after. liavingsteetted it, in : eieosote,
thostate. Princes lost or gaieed the imp- and t ' ben.canied all the wooden cases -to'
ire as they happened to „adhere SO..the tin- be elosell.-fastened as possible;. and 'those
popular;or, -side With the prevailing party. of metal . td he, bermeticallysOld,ered._..The
-The -long, angry, - and'flucteating-nontro- 'remains of Napoleon are now iii 'six coffins,
versy about images, which'poured its !Atter .....'ene of tin, a seCtind of mahogany;ti third
streams of strife throughout the Enipiro, Of lead, separated from that within by saw
serred to illustrate the extent of eccleeias- dust, and wedges of wood-;-die fifth, the
title' in fl uence, to- display she weakness es isarCophagus-61-ebony—and-thelsixthi.the-
AvelraS: the - wieleeditespof human - n a ture; "outer case of oak -. ot . . • ' • ' - •
and to - stew the 'seeds of discord between Ti e precess of opening the tornb com--
the .eburches - of .COnstantinople end.:Rome% in f ee l ed .at li altpart . t -1,..ci O'clock ent o'o_ 15th
The influence of such a state of - things-up - ''October, but
. in consequence: ofbd
'on- learning, enterprize and. the arts, Can :trona] and solidity of the masonry it was
more readily be . conceived that; de, Scribed;
night" Wben,,the workinen,ar
.• • rived 'at the ectilin., • . .
The sarcophagus in which , the body was
,for transmission to France. and
the parepheirealia,were of the most mag--
• nifieent end costly deseription, end the N.,:
miral . apartment in. sl,l Belle, Poole was. fit
up in a style of gleamy grandeur - which
must 'have given it .a most-imposing appear-'
inee. The pelt. Which covered the sareci-.
phages was of .heavy "crimentr velvet be
sprinkled with golden bees; trebly bordered
with geld embroidery and - erudite, : and . had
,Worked through the Whole of ite rich fabric
,a white ' cross of silver - threads; to, all ap--
Atarance• - like_litee, -- _____TAkkiehicernit,_WOCl
,an Eagle - surrounded With stars all . em-
broidered in geld: - --': - ''•
'•- ' •
-' The e;areppbegue _is •Of black Ebiany,:-
-highly, polished, lesting -- ein. fou r brcinced,
, feel. ..`iNAroicoit,." . in braes leitert,is_in,
eeited - en -`the 'top :and: the letter N. in 1
brass,-on each of 4, : tiiii•sideti. The hi.'
aide:has - Mt lethe 'death:lnd:BO:Of . The de.
ceased,, as King and ...Enitiefor of notice:
. 'We liare - elreaSlY•recorded the - arrival - of
, the Ilene' Poole : at Cheibiturg:•• '.."' - ' ' •--' ' ;
1 . - The iremainti4VNispialeen,•haiing. .been I
Altd - e
placed; at Cherlditirgion board eisteambilitk i
aleinn train p
passed -by 7 . Haiiie' it - da
Itteak on the. morning' of. -the •-fith;! -- . Tito.'
steamer- With' 'the: rentainti ' was painted'
. bleek';'.Witli - loretiel 'burning' on She-boW
and stern - Mid "iiroutid::the,l' tomb. -- :41 . '164
retinue of stein - Isere 10116 W-ed. • - '•Thit'. shOre
WeCline& h)ro , iniler - ivith'NationelVintidira
`ln fedi' it lnittdra, ilidustind -. Ste; were
emder Mins. '. ' This '6 - .4aitetitent :'itriiii:. 'Very
great` amOrtgllin4deple,Jiiit . 4lie . 'Strong
military,. ariangeinetiwleft 'On ' epprelten,.
spina of disorder. • - .• -- • - .'‘ ."- il -,..•.',....-
From flee .New York .Ftietiing 'Star.
• t .
The Body of '
The latest Parisian Journals contain the
official account:of Ihirdiiiinlerutent of Na
poleon's remains, and their removal on
board the.frigate Belle .Poule, 'under the
supervisioh_orPrince de Joinville, assisted
by Count_Rohan flhabot.and Captam 'Al
e'xander conimissioners appointed, ,the .one
by France 'and the other by - Euglatidi .to
superintend 'the exhumation.
' The hody'aereared to have suffered little
change in the twenty S = ears which hit pas
sed since it was hilturned — hiLthree_r6f,
fins—of which' the exterior one was ma
hogany, the second .lend; - and the third-and
last mahVganr—haiing been cut through,
anti the - white Patin sheet which' 'covered
the holly removed, the form and features
of the greet 'departed lay exposed to the
view of tigrotie:of hip Old:,afid faithful fol.
lowera who Weiti.pertnitted to be - prbsent,
and of nianiy Who •now gazed upon ihem
for the'first dine.. The features Were so
. perfect,' and retained io gomplCre - ly their
- nattirarform and — iliaracter, fiat General
Gourgaud, iiivoltintarily'circl lined 'on he
holding-ltbein, 4 .11 on! tree ho i"
The procee'verbel.,,o4ivn .up by
' .Guillard‘, stirgion'iff-the-Relle Pottle, after
recitipg:the preCautions used. in Ogeniug
AIM lids of, the :several coffins, c ontinues
,!'Boluething ivhite, which ape - eared, to
have become "defaiimil - from the, lining * coir-.'
ered,.ps if withe
„Olin., gauze,' all
coffin - cOntaiiteth;, The.. y eraniunt a nti toys,
444,1*ki*Islhige4 atitingsr - to I the iiitip",
were . parfietilaily'fstained - ,tvitto 3t,',ltiii ;Very '
little was keen, en the; ItiWerpartitthe tarn, -•.,--- .. • ' - - ; ,-''
Op 'fife ha nd s a :Or .- 'ori. the ' tees., ' The . 44' Jii.Fl rUi El l4 , '. O F. : IIk r, O VO 3I,
.pf 'tie: Emperor. iiCen,easY i fins i t r tion, ~ !rite 'Paris, paperei - pi--„well as •;thosel.o,
as:*l4.l)`l; w;iii.oT4(lil iii37-4 0 ifin:;', ale - :/oPd4n.•indiiir Aireret,.BYe filled:i with .P. 0., ,
IOW•, members were laid at )enkth, !the,' omits' of the gorgeous,,Ceremonp which
left . ormt!pd 1060 ,reiting* an- Oinilifillifili ; !the,'
place:on th e lo th nit.* t.tt , tit.e interment
Ate, in*er -'liom. .wirc 0 1 g,44 - Jnitit- i the it of the 'ree.ethe' , Or; Napoleon .We are
heed; itlittla ridged 'famed
,oa a ettiihii*-6 'pay' OW la give 'a varifispilenao,' sketch'
,114,5Alnoi,inaSsAiill',,ting.:,IiiiIi 'and broad j ` of the sireit. '. .. 1 ' ~ ;:7'' '' ' '.' '' ~
ib r ' ehe o . l- 0 1 ' 01 9 6 S 0 :'"O*0 1 ,Y.0•::',Oklitd I— ~bi 1410 6 14 1 0g, : bcfbie, (4V;ihe'liii),..
':ti,t . ,,b ,_ 40 1 , f Old 4q,Of i legeffieelei'ile#6lt 101)IntiOn *Sii,,Scp,p;Spinviabiiielsk qie, Tr
ilePerieo'.,lo ' lll o*, , 'P'eFil l PPOtteKeit,olO,o 1,404 reption oopoi:ll,.ariimA. rEione;'byjii ! Nch- ,
-001itioui...tor 'the "otbiti thel Upper 'id:Oro' 44' jhe'ioiter'iya:t9, Wit ri r di .— Tho-eiel..
litrtitimberiAiiwitver ; , :aid not; Stop there,
bit t „' • p • nPheittfert • tel,,lsi' i•lithe' • aver ue.• , of
Whibh was-m. e or • tide vci:iipieil by at,
least; 4 or .5Q0,000 "pergithe. -'l7he troops..,
of,; the line anil the ., NationfiF,onarde' soon
afterwards arrived, •and drew
gr al,letto4 , t.p.e4eke•Orpiliiin kin tlfelitlee
of the ' av enue.- : ' •. • ,
Dolade•stetimer- - -had left her:siatieri
ielhe Centre •011 the river, and .was .na eared
nearfibe•deba`re'aitere.Y''T . lie 24 'se amen of
Pattle..'whei,,were tb earry.the
firlaiihore were standing on. each side :of
the •eatafalq.ue. troops and -National
otiarile :Of " • rlderhevoie, Ruell, and 'other
, neighhoring .districts lined and
the artillery : was . dra,tiv.n-cleast7tiple the riv
er side, ..,Thefuneratriumphal car• shortly
lafterwarder:was seen pas - Sing the . bridge,
l'and ..o n „reaching courbeVoie_w ae.sta tinned
ti rider the portico of the • • G ree Temple.
,This car,7w.hich was. truly, magnificent,
consisted, of fi Ve distinct ; the base;
2, : the,:pedestal ; 3, the caryatides; 4', the
,shieldi - 5,; the Cenotaph. , • •-
. The , bale feats on four massive gilt
wheels was 'feet long and B(feet
high,•aitil presented the forth of • a parallek
, ogram, With platfctrin,. in
'front. DA 'this last - sieod: greup` •of font ,
• genii, „supporting,. the crown
magne ; at the four angles' were. four other
genii in; relieVo who 'garlands Widt•on . e
hand, and - with the other the Ti•ripmpet of
Fame.;; b•ove were faices, in • the middle
I eagles, and - theeypher of- the Emperor Bur
rounded -with. crowns:, The' .. base 'and its
ornaments• were covered with burnished
• ld • •
The pedestal Place in this base was 18
feat in length 'by 7 in • height, and covered
etitirel3--with gold and purple, cloth, With . .
I .the cypher. and•arnis of the Emperor. .On
both sides 'hung- twit velvet imperial man- •
I .tlett 'sprinkled with bees. Behind was a
..,prefusion of flage. - • -. • • •"- • .
On , - this 'Pedestal stood 1:4 :caryatides,
Sorriew hat larger than . life, . entirely' gilt
' over, and supporting with their hands an
immense Shield: . , These ,caryatides, 'Were
pieced six.on one side and six on the_other..
back to back, and two others at‘the• extre 7 ,
.The shield was' in, gold, of an elongated
oval lorlit, and loaded witlrlasees of j•ve
- -The . .sarciiphagee of. an antique fermi
ivas riised;above - the shield: In the -cen
tre, on a rich 'cushion lay the. sceptre,_the_
Band .of justice,.and • the Imperial creivn
studded with jewels . .. •
This monument of gold and velVei. shout
fifty tect high, vas drawil.by 16 black her'.
aes, yoked by fours, and so caparisoned as,
.only to show the extremity' of
. the acct.—
'The caparisons weresnt in .. _ the -shape or
th se of the Tournament fitaties of the mid
.dle •ages and in gold .cloth.- . The manes
were adorned with - gold tresses-und - white
plumes, and -valeta dressed in"the livery of
the Emperor, leil.the horseii: ,
While' the preparations for landing 'Me
coffin were making on shore, the'people on
the island struck . up- the " Marseillase;"
.soma of the singers concluding each strophe
veno noire Eyipptur r and others " et
de 19ut-eq:ur, toire , Emperettr,"
'When :they had' got through 'the national
hymti,they gave-three-elteers- for:Napo
leon, and as many curses for his 'enemies.
It was eleven- o'clock before the hearse.
left Cot] . rrmvoie. It Paused' while near the
,of jnsephine, after which the pro-,
cession, commenced its• march, amidst the
!roaring of artillery. • .
We-have not space to insert the long or
'der of the procession. •:
-- • ••••
• The National , • Guards' and troops of the.
line,"infantry, cavalry, and artillery station
ed along the course of the procession,
nied into linertfter the passage of • the car
-and- closed-the-prciceesion. - •
NO description 'can give an adequate
idea of the einhusiasin•Which this ceremony
excited. • Every where - eh- the' pasiage 'of
the hearse the Mildest acclamations resound
ed, and cries of " Vive l'Empereur !" rent.
the 'air,- particularly, ttliegi it reached the.
triumphal 'arch. Thelffince de Joinville
•rvas'exceedingly well received,litit- not' a
cry of. A.l - ive le Rei was Uttered.
. day.passed off quietlyalthough several at
tempts Were made to create confusion.
About- ) two -.o'clock proclamation ,was•
Made lliat.,,the body bad - .arrived in the
ner ;court of the -
The Archbishop' of Pari (observes the
Times cori:espondent, from whom' we
quote) and his magnificent - train of clergy
again started after delay, to•meet the coffql,
and perform the rites of absolution' at the
entrance - of 'the church, and pfter-a delay of
impatient but - silent - expectatiiiii, - tWKin - air]
procession' entered; - fieaded by the train or
priests.:Before thecoffin Walked the Prince
de Joinville, who had accompanied the
liodrto its final destination: I had heard
the Kink announced, a loud. voice called
Roil" but I did not see his Majesty .
Ow! in the 'funeral' train.v and-I ',pre, ume
that 'after" performing' theAception of ; the
body at the eritrancei he found his way to
his appointed seat -- during tbe mass by, nip!
other passage; see thb coffin - borne
aleng the nave was a sight that , set all the
mesbuinine .of the, painted theatrical show'
at defiance. - -littwas one ofsentiment :and
not of ;As the coffin advanced borne
;spol the:Moulders of 32 non,coMmissioned
°Steers appointed for that purpose, accent
,pa.nied .at each end by. Glen. Bertrand and
she .marshals' who . occupied ; each corner k ,
_etwered-with.the tunitielpallovith the im
perial-. Crown reposive above, there was. an
' evident thrilk and an" evident..eleetrie me
tiatt pervaded the' erowd:ihat- lined
,:rhe olditivalides yot;
:pied, the erst rank,wefe deep.ly,mdveit, as'
1 1 0.MI!ont'ttkeY had obeyed.. for the'most']
...suckferxer and, enthusiasm., in . '
;,borne,' along' hi:, death. " ,!thell ;
emotion ; , appeOied one, of pride, and
joy.' spore, than_prgrier.' Be . restaredl
.t40 1 .'. `The:4 ll o,4•, , fifiri 4 pp
ent:orteepoxaemedio 'animate On mess
1114,1 ,414 `dance ns 7' 11306- who lined kniecpide„ th*
the steps that ted,ie.irn from' t,efre,
, ItteiY , ,boOfqmilrOjt
44 7 .,Otitfirat0 - 90.,:04(ticakipielf.,theiotaje, 9 (
he '49o l 6;*nd'Ahe i rnertalrOliahle - of,;tlai'.,
thoughtmOnient•tO have - bagn
a vain one---"iprthe,heart of hie Own Couri;:
try, in the "l lace worthy of France's great
est General—under •the dome Of the Itititi , ;
Wes. • • •
~ ...NartoNati, ,D nisaiscu.Froin The 'an
nual report of the, Ordnance Department of
tlitithiited'States, it , appears 'that: the ap
"portionnteut ofarms. to.,the, militia for :the:
year - 16,40;le . 15,060'irttiskele. . °
The number end quality of ordnance and
, ordngliTep*storeti.delivered to the ntiliCia,Tur
then t i ng:geritYd; was 82 . 'cannon :of- d
egt,Sizes; -, l;oo.3.;ll,oll'e.:riflee; 4.407 com
iron rifle.;;:');110 'carbines; '4, - 066 - 'pistols;
Sabres; .733 artjlleryint °ids; . 9,099
of riflelacCoutterrients;- 1,618 sets':of eav
al ryi.aotittirenients; 1,800 sabre belie; .733
artillery sword beltist...antl 2 3oo. holsters.
'The whole being equii.alent itt valtie to
thirty-four' thousand; one hiutred, and
and fouit , thirtebtithe •
• The a b o ve br includes only_the.iisue, net
those..Made . and in-store and. ready for,tlf6 7
tribtitron. The Lieutenant.. 'Colonel
:commends . the -use of -the
for our Muskets, which will no:.doubtloe
fattnd a great:lmprovement. .• .• .•
Among other statements in the repori,
_mention made_of the great ce.st of gun
carriages 'for, garrison service, -in conse 7
quence of the inereasitig..scareity. on .the
seaboard • of suitable timber; &c., its want
.of durability, and-the adoption oleast iron
carriages, which is. not apj ritVetl.:.
The t.ientenent, :Colonel, by per m ission
fif the' §ectotary of.-War; sent a board of
4tificers to..E.U.rope,-to visit the.diflitrent ar
senate and foundaiies„and, to glean all file
knowledge in tltir power - of the best arms
in use, and - die improvements in making ..
these munitions of arms; thereby putting
our - Coutitir.centuirieirahead:itt - this:ijpetiott
f•k.nowledge._ " •
•- - For the Aerie(' 6 . ..Eaposito,
. Mr.V.PITOR :—The - Executive . Committee of 'die
Cumberland county Temperance Society. would most
earnestly commend, to your attention, and to the at
tention of Your readers, and the citizen's of out- ebun
ty..g4eralty,"_die which we' linije
'will be extensively circulated- for ingnaturesi - and
then sent up to , our Legislature now in Session. They
'have' been prepared by.the State - . TeMperance Con
vention, hich was it .tension during the OM :Wild
14th inst. in Harrisburg, and by Mat Convention are.
commentled to the'citizens of the state. • _
' Tbis Convention, it is believed, was nritteli the,Most
talented Orally Temperance Convention ever:before
l'enitsy)vuttio.; embnieing melt from
every department in society, and-of all political and
religious . creeds. These Petitions % . 11Ctre • di. ft ednq
lubticiyadvocated by gentlemen of the higheit re-
.spectnbility, members of theiGeneral Asiembly
To'the Senate and llonst<f9_7lepregentatives 'of the
Commota s otalth'olpentisyliiniq
The subierihers, eitizeni:or the.county of
leave respectf u lly 40 represent Mitt, in their
jut gment, the evils which the prevaitiugyise of in
toxicating drinks inflict upou• the people. whi m v,ou
v.prescife, are, unto m Kinn aim nevem, highly de
serving your eolightened attention and official Inter
position ; and are persuaded that-the Nina upon which
the terOperance reformation is based, if they were as
certained with Ake utmost_ possibleAmectsitm, and.
-spreilitheforeilie public,..scestvouelied"as Might Cbillt
-10-1001the attention which they deserve, would arouse
the virtue and intelligence - orate people to the imme ,
diaie adoption atm Adelman remedyfor the enor
mous evils' which suck an investigation would dis
close. . .
'Yourpetionerx therefore pray that committees of
your honorable bodies may be raised, with power to
send for persons and papers, to institute a thorough
inquiry into the many Mid grievioui +crimes, suffer
ings and losses 'which are produced by the use of -in
toxic:Ming-think': am! that the results of your inqui
ries be as' widely circulated throughout the Cum
.monwealth as, in your wisdom, the importance of
the subject may seem to demand;
"Your memorialists being persuaded lifter long and
thorough consideration,:that the trallie_in.distilled.
Mid fermented - IN - elms, which now exists wider our
present licenie laws, is the principal remaining -ob
stacle to a reformation,-promising, blessings infinite
in value, extending to every rankiu life;aintrinbeii-
Mug every interest in humanity, most earnestly . pray
that the laws be so altered or amended, as to give to
the electors io each ward, burongh or township io
the state, the right IA determining be vote, whether
licenses shall be granted for retailing intoxicating li
quors, within their respective limits. '
Believing diet legislatii e action on this most-im
portant sulueetis required,. and required nsfei and
thatthe mode'of action'here,' suggested, is perfectly
accordant with the principles of republican govern
ment, and at the same time acceptable to• piddle
opinion, which in our' beloved country is the source
and support otlaw, we. earnestly ask the early r at
tention. of your lionor;ible- bodies to the subject of
our prayer. •
To the Senate and 'Anse of'llepreeentatsve of: the
Commonwealth of Pennaevanut '
The undersigned, citizens of the county of —•-;•
. would most earnestly pray that Claw may be passed
requiring - all' those who intend petitiounq to the
Courts for licenses to retail intoxicating drinks, to
give notice of said intention in at least one paper pub
lished in the. County where the 'applleant may.xeside;
foriirireeke preileus to . applisation. arconpa.
riled. with the thooe;, , ieho . reCommend said
It is the intentioa of our, committee to adept i mule.;
diale measures to give every citizen of Carlisle, (es- .
pecially the legal voters) an opportunity to Sign these
Memorials, which, froin their purely democratic cha.;
meter, the. Convention. which recommended them,
•confidently•believed would meet the' sitwa- of the
great majority of the citizens of the Commonwealth.
Notil.—lt is ow' wish to have these'meinoriala gen
erally circulated throughout the county. Any friend
of Tempe mice can obtain -a copy for circulation in
his town& on application to oilr Secretary, S. EL,
I PICTUR O F INTEMPERANCE.'
losor - The °Hewing 'short extract from a
' Teinperanee speech, delivered in Boston
by Governor EVERETT, contains truth and
,warifing.ip every_line...:Let ihaXe_who_now_
indulge in occasional drink?ng read ii, and
at once give uif the debasing practice: -
" Next comes
C t to mirages of thin - all-de=
~ , , . .
sireyingliieon . t e Health of its victim.
YOu.see theta vatiolved, as it *ere, to anti
cipate, ,the corruption,_pf of: their natures f a. ,
yeaot watt to get sick and .diet They
thin* 'AM warn, is, slow in% its, approAalh
indiiluggisir at his , work ' ;They wish to
- 616 ; its:Pkiniiii.v!. dgformity. and' pogulion.
My' friend, Who
,arkke • 6ifore ' me, (Di.
Pierson) Called- if op . /Wi s ed 'death: I would
r,ailteo.`noll it. a, fIOUNC-d04111; by which they
'Oral about ihem, above 'the: grave, a mass
of istf.a!letb4ectlY,!tlthvichiog any. They
:*ill,iull 'only, akEnniiV suiii4e, but iiiiitin
'posh away as to b e the4vituesses and non
tictons victims of , timeruelv . iirbieiSe 'Of iiilf:
. , .
murder; it' by degress; by inches ;*
460/Ching the sight, kielitimbing the brain,
'laying down the'arm of industry to.be cut
.and : eltanging a. fair, ifealth3 . , robust
fiddle; for Shrinking, sufferin g,' ' Biting
corpse, with nothing :of vitality, titif - the
over of su ' e "~tg;rhjtd~v~il~euery, thing—
.of depthhOtitS:pgace..,...., .
• Then follows the wreck of property,__
the 'great objeet .of human pursuit ;,,the
temporal ruin, which comea,..like an aveng.
ing arigetiqwwliAte the Stibstanee'Of diet&
temperate; ,which crosses Aheir.threshold,
commisainned;,:fis it were; to.• Magna' 'dein
with all the .horrors t'af a ruined fortune. and .
blasted prospecit, and passes befotejlreir' •
astonished sight,'in the dread -array•ef af- . ,
fairs perPlexed, -.debts = accumulated;;sph,, •
stance' squandered, honor
ithildriii cast out upon themercy, of the •
world,—and lie r who 'should have 'been
their guardian and Protector, dependent for
his unearned -daily bread on, those. te-whotrr: .
he is a: buiilen and a curse. . •
• Bad as all this - ismuch as .it •
neither the greateat nor the worst part of ilie‘aggravations of the-criine of intenipe.
ranee; ft , .produces cansecinences.ef stilt •
more awful • moment. - It
theTassionit,and then takes °lll froin them:- • .
the restraints of the reason and willVntad-,
delis and then 'unchains the tiger, ravening
ter hioodt, _tramples all. the -intellectual and
moral. man under 'the / feet 'of the stimulated
Clay; lays the understanding, the,_kind of--,
fectionei, and Alilt 'conscience, in the samegrave w th- prosperity and healtb;. and, hav
ing killed the body, kills the soul! ' . •
, . •
'rEatmtANcE;-7Father Matthew in his
third visit to•lreland has- administered. the
.to 40,000 persons,. a . .number of
them from- the wealthy classes. lie was . •
first ineited -tehis work', by some
.members of the Sorliety o,f Frieinls, one of
.whOm offered I*m-41000-Jo aid: hiiiriirlds -
Work, whieh lie refuSed.-
. .Simultaneous .
prayer meetings for' the 'cause of- temper;
rance - ,' - n - reTtO be - field :throughout West
Scotland on the last Sabbath evening of
year. The good effects . of these exertiOni::
are shown - in the, diminution of crime, and:
the increase, of habits of economy. 'The,
Richmond prison, in Diblip, has 100 cells ,
vacant, there having been a' diminution. of
1184 commitments for the last year, and
the 7 Sinitlifielii - prisonis - slitit
needed. The increase of depositors* one
Savings Bank. in 1.840 beyond '39 is 1520.
AWAY FROM THE REVEL
Away from the revel; the night star is up—
A way, come away, Wiwi is strife in timculi!....
'There is slicuting of song, there is wine in the howli
But listen 310 Arnik, they . w thy soul- • •
The loam of the goblet-is sparkling and bright,
Rising like gems In. the torches,' red light;
But the glance of thine eye, if it lin,,ers-there -
IVill ellange its mild beam for themaniac's glare,
'The ;rad-studded chalice, lisplaying in pride,
May 4Mallein,M thy lip to thelturple draught's tide;
11nt the pearl of the deer-drop, the voier of the breeze,
Arc dearer and calmer, more blessed than these. •
Oh come, it is twilight, the night star is up.•
Its ray is more bright than the silver-brimin'd cup ;
The boat gently dances, the snowy sail fills,
ure the waters. or rule un the hill!.
~ . ,
We'll kweekon the mountain beneath the dark piney:
Our hearts} prayer the incense, and nature the shrine;
linek on the festal we'll lookii•om the wave, .
Ai the eye of the - free on th chains of the iliiVe:,;;f
Oh come, it is tuilight;tlte moon is awake,
The breath of the vesper chime ;idea o'er. the lake.;
There ikpeaceall around us,and health in the breeze,
And what can be dearer, more blessed, than these ?
a resolution of the Cumberland Fire ,Compa
, dy, at their meeting on the ‘2d instant, the subscribers .
' were appointed a committee to give public-notice ou
behalt.of the company. That by the kindness of our
State Legislature, they have , grahted us an act of in-.
corporation tinder which we 110 . %‘V het. • That we have
several expensive engiiies with theirapparatua, tilose, l -71-
I.7iilireiii;llOnlis, & c.; some of the ladders have been
taken from their places by persons without ditthori
ty, and mum ABUSED. All•persthis are hereby catt
honed not to'nse or remove the ladders - from - their -
places;or any other -property belonging to tbe'com r
pony, as they will certainly be prosecuted. It. re- '.
quires permission -of .the company-to authorize -Any .
one to use their ladders.
.-At . a stated Orphans' Cthirt be
gan and held on Tut stilly the 15th clay of DeeeMber,
1840; at Carlisle in and .for. Cumberland county, be
fore the Hon. Samuel Hephurn.Preaident, and John
Stuart and John Lefecre Associate Judgesi of 'the
same court, assigned-&o. Alse , following - proceedings
were had to wits
In the case of the writ of partition on the real es- '
tate of.lucoli Rife, dec'tl to wit i 15th Decem
ber, 1840, the Sherifflitiving returned the:inquisition
the (vinyl C3nfiranld the. same,Nittl grant a Rule on all
the heirs to appear at the next Orphans' Court, and sic-
Cept or refuse to-accept said estate at 'the valuation.
'Personal notice to be served eit all the heirs residing
in •the .R.Ounty, and -by publication I.lireeytimes-in - tteo
newspapers in Carlisle-The those who reside opt Or
the county. , • ' .
the . Court . , - -
Cumberland_ County, ss.
• 1, Willis Fonll4Llerk ofthe Orphan's
, • Court in end for said county, do hereby
''' - certify the foregoing a true cqpypf re
. ...Witness my hand and seal of said court
at Carlisle, the 28th day 'Of Dee. 1840.
• „ •
• W. POULK,'
PAVL MARTIN, Merif: .
Jan. 6, 1841.—St
Slack. Walnut . : •
THE Subscriber wishes: to purchase
.BLAC.A' 11 1 41.41VUT P.L.ll.kir, in any.quan-1:
tit tinitinar be offeredifor which forty. Whirs .
cash per thousand feet plank measure will toe'
Said. .Plank .to be of . good qualityp two ihcheif and l•
one-eighth iii`thicknesrand fourteen feet tour inchtrir- , -
in length. To be delivered at the Camillo Harris- • •
burg, or at any point on the Cumberland Valley Rail
Road, and:lmmediate' infarniation foiviarded to die
. subscriber. , -
ler - Any eiher.infor.rnationrelatfieto said_businesa.f_.
can7lie aidication to' Robert ff'ightmani • ,
Carlisle; or by ad dressing'the subscriber Oast paid ) . •
residing in . Philadelphia.. •
DAVID FREED, ,litk •
Deceibber 80;1840,-i-6 me.* ' .
` CEItTIFICAI ES OF "tiGENCt
, • Ton tat BALE 0r... •
• Aliavinitivrns:regetatac rafter:-
'Are held by the following agents in thuir , respet4
five eetuttiei., !.As numerous connirrfe k s 'of these
atteuipteil bipihned upon die iiiinuittol:
ty, the Oropriety of' puritufeing only fromilue,
tusetVnents, will be apparent...
• Cumberland County—Geoff AV. Hitner,Carlitier
A:Riegel; 'Mechanicsburg; Giltuprit &
'Newifillet-. S.; Cialiertsoth , Shippendiurgl Beti r l'ee•
Brenneman; We* CUMberlantlr, fume EartoENl4ll.... •
burnt - G. iihipp,Shireptanotriin
Citurehtown:. ^ ,•• '
Peirry- COuntyl,lexititder more, Is4,:t:
GEO: D. FOULKE,
FREDx. A. KENNEIjY