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P - OST - Z-7,,,
Antll.lll,-.OF THE BE tUTIFUL °
•Wherle•satill the dead, and the•bettutilol sleep?
lathe Vole Where the will kW! etilVeyill'eSB 1V cup;
Whew ilia wi.olof the west breathes its soitest.sigh,
I,l 7 lldellte SIRCI striate is flowti:g .
:Aiot the•pare ell:' drops of flea: rising spray's
; Glitter : like - W:1119 ill the height inoon'sreVli—r:
Wheve Selike may 'levee aispel
tears o'er the Firm we toted so well—
qa the vale where the sparkling asters flow;
Where the fairest esirllCst tiolrtn l l'ol% ; '
• Wherit•the sky nod the arth are softis -fair, •
•• • • Bur; th ee ! '
,Wheretshatil the dead nod the beautiful sleep ?
NV here a ill Mott t:rs bloc min the t Olt) (Iva v ; •
:wherellte'swect robes a marital; au: y - Suitl„; lest
laa purity o'er the alebper's bream;
AVlteee 13 heaeal Oa, VtliCe of 'lie sinless dove,
Where Ho coltunia proud hi tlie , statetua'Y glow,
mock the heart that is resting below;
IVlteale pare hearts. are sleepieg, fore% er blest;
'Where 'Wandering Peri loves to rest;
IVhere the Sky and the earth ore soltly fair,
pury.her there—bury he v r there !
Mid 1 met thee in 14 Leanly,
When thi . liehrthid were free,
When no other elaini':l the duty— '
Which my sold:would yield to Om;
Hail 1 WC/001 thee—had 1-won di(
Oh ! how . blest 1311 i been in) hue.
But thy sweetness hath'untine we—
1 hare 10u.,d thee—but too late
For to one my vows were plighted
Ntiitka faltering pule ;
Mods our cruel sires united—
Hearts % ertt (teemed or.blight ttvoil.!_ • .
Thus ruy youth''B bright 'morn o'ertlttied,
Thus betrothed to wt•alth nnd•state,
All Love's -own'9weej_pi , ospect fitded
-1 have fouott thee—but too late!
Like the ['Own that finds tub fountain,
• With the orrim in bis hresst ; . .
--- Or - like light.upon-the-tnoumnin;--
• . • Where the snow tuust ever, rest,
. Tiro' bast known me r -but forget me !
_ .. __ -,,Ker.Lfeu4,witut „WHOWaits--- -1-
.• Oh !tk nuttlowss to have met titer—
To have found thee—but tot' hate !
LOX' CO I'L 11NT.
Olt, mother (leer, ;he sun ht,
tteto ».I with ratio:nee Fills he ur.ht,
ratlient ts slirtnoltsit
Amur id toe Ilawerets tlookty bloom,
llosls fill, the air with notes of p,helness,
But oh! itll—a II partake the-gloom,
Or-toy too sore proysitittig amines.%
I - sit me - down; and try to rouse •-:- •
Gay dreams of •plensares fondly cherished,—
The howl horst t reeolie 11 hi spered Vows,
That with the evening zephyrs perishd.; ,
And hours come back when hope and love
Madulife one long and glorious vision,
When all was fair and calm above,
And all beloW was bliss Elysian:
A numbness and a sense of pain—
. A droivsy unimpassioned feeling—
A fire that smoulders in the brain,
Through all the listiet.s pulses stealitz ;
Preys on me through the live-long day,
Like a.'grim phantom.hitunts me nightly - ,
Takes feeling, thought, and power away,
Till all losks ghastly—all unsightly'
Life is a leafless blighted bough—.
This Stalk; pan ' how. may I smother
What can I lore, or lire for now?
Oh, COITIIOIIIIIC, my own dear mother !
Say - , sir, what means these fit:Ties drear,
That on despair and frenzy bordur ;
PNhattr! take this dose 1/
'Tis just rite etpmach's out of order
set to celtancono.
From the Boatel' Mercantile Journal
Capture by'a Pirate.
The appeatanee•of the black 11 tg, when
seen at :tea by-the ere wof an unarmed
Sel., an. appalling sight. Tlii.fe•itt,. with
gallant epiriti, soinetbmgmoble, something
exciting, tit - the idea of. death in a, well
fotight engagement, When - doing battle on
the ens:mewled liehl—or hntt 'to foot, or
hanil to.bainl, on the slippery deck of an
arme.lstill, an 'l,reaAilla, a eau
riuus expected, apt!, is some,
times - eutirtetl rather than• sliwtut•d. But
Hike. kioldetit :w ., arrier w4l turn pale at the
• i'sight bf the , ' PIRATE FLAG ;•1111 . the wide.
-•ocean, wlf e b he knives that he has' tin.
• means of resistance; but feels conscious that.
•;: death, • Murder, c(•Itl-bloodtl by the
knife oldie pirate, or hy walking! the phial;
-amid: the taunts, - sae( rs, and the insults
•:of. the deimmiac hand, within a few hunts
at :farthest, in alt probability, is his fate.--
Oh! then . .he thin ki• of his :limn's far away
Well-remembered seettes,' and
ossociationi•whielt . made life joyous:
ellinks:of his wife and his - ehilstren in a
• distant land, and li'‘e.feels in his Mutest soul,
.- , :that life, acctititpanied •as it is with Pains
obd•evilS, is indeed sweet, andite'Will cling
Ao , exiOteneo with the • desperation of a ma-,
41iae.., • -
• : 7 .l'he' Wind, .vr hie!' had increased - a litile
'dating tlits• last 'hour; now died away, but
the 'schgenerypropelle&by sweeps,'still ad
.. laneed-itivattls • them • rapidly ; and when
- !"she:liad.reaelfed•to :within 'the distance'of
°' mocker-shat of the brig,'a .. boat ‘inis launch
frOrt hei'deek—ebotit a, de;et,, men,
whit* tintiirets; - pistola - and cutlasses,
leng'Spinish , htilyes . 4 . ltptane?on board,
and' in a' few minutes` were' alongside the
'•:Mertitaitf! '• r• • •
Waiiiiits,..ofjcoOttei could make
'.rotighythe bloolly ! thititted
with Itintispikee•itntl scaltliok w ater, if the
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iiigiedi r thaLi( lie resii=
`` tsttice'l;liinild h&iitatle, it tv.i9 possilile that
their Hies inigl'it liti,'srared. whie(t weiihi
certainly uut he the ease: proitided They iip
ppsedthe, pirate!' attsrapti to Come
c!**4 ,/ - theli.":
‘ 4 ' o6 irniOchheni ,
• yes, and prepared.: osu nut to.t e mercy
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A F . EMILY IVEWSPAPEI6-DEVOTED NkWS, PoLITiCS, lATE4ATITR I 114 E 'ARTS AND SCIENCE§, AGRICITLTITRE, AMOE4ENT,
Led by the Lieutenant. ti bread •shottldei•
ed. brawny Spaniard, Who , waved n'ehort
etithencover his Nnol. and, 'bad a brace of
MAO'S in his hell, he !finites rushed:int
Imard..and in a moment had possession of
the brid: . .The Lientenattt• shouted Mond
for the f!antain. "Where is the Captain?"
?Owed it little savvielookieg I'OMM/owe,
who .beitur mble to speak English Wirer
ently well; :tetra the . part of an interpreter.
C o , pt:do 3Viokins stetted forivard,and
rt rpwed himself mailer of the titre: "W,here
is vour.rnoney stOwed?" inquired the,Lien
tenant,. at the same time giving 'him a rap
over the head With the flat of It's (gulag
"I-have no money en board;" 'replied
.:Come s ," said.^ the interpreter, "this is
of no use. •We must have your money.
It ls‘nonsense to say .there is no money. on:
hoard. If you will hand mod round
• F un _ , some two or three. th usand douh;
loons, without further trouble, we rainy
spare your life. But you must be quick
.about it!" at thegaine„time- the demon drew
his - hand - significantly across - ids throiit
" Then God bve. meicv on my poor
• soul!" exclaimed fdr there is
no money on board,"execjiting, teh 'silver
dollars in my•writing desk•in the cahin." ..
This - being reported to the•Lieutenanti
his anger seemed much, excited,' and he
•gave Vaptain, Watkins. three or four midi
tional.blo.ws over the -head-. and shoulders
with the flat ()Ms codas. Ile,erderedille
writing desk to be- Nought on dirk.
ethers • rummaged Alifferent parts of the ea
'eXanijned_ the. rim,. anil_rippett_ . up the .
• fieHier over the transom. with the, expert-a
sion_of_tin din g_monev. ...B..uttuttuouo_whs_
to be found. -
BV this time thesehnoner Was alongside
- the - r optainW . the - piratelkini
self emne on board. • li e was a man not
.more liirty, years of age,- of, a—sym-
Metrieal fialire, promising activity- and
strength. II is re:Mires ; individually, were
ha misont !Yu t 7 i;re
about •his visage, a com;iression of the
- netiter-lp, and- fire in-lits-dueip—set,--:dark
eye, which said iu a mute hut' expressive
language, that-he could - both conceive and
execute.deeds of a dark mind daring charac
ter:. Ile trislolloWeil by a young man-cif
a slight figure, and a line intelligent hut
•pensive countenance, with whom he often
consulted, while they were on the deck.of
the Mermaidand who, with his beardless
fate, and costume rick and.gay, formed a
singular contrast with the rough-looking,
bearded -and mustachoed half-clad beings
The Captain, whose name was Pedro
Guarino, name. well known in Cuba, at
the time that this outrage took place, on
hearing the state of the casefrom his Lieu
tenant, ordered Captain Watkins to be
seized, tied up to the main rigging, and
flogged until lie confessed where the mo
ney was concealed. The order was no
sooner given than it was exeeutedand
the linfortuoate mantsas stripped to' the
skin, and flogged', it* the most inlintrian
toatimn.:- Ain—gtill'i'-'oeroirted in declaring
trail there WAS WO—money in the vesst 1—
von Id, Perhaps, have been flogged to
death had not the voting t,
. Spaniard, wilt,
f the pirate (,:iptain. and : who was
called Don interfered, and by his
entreaties nbtaitted an order to stop the
Mr. Miller. the mate, was, next _bron,tr,!.t
forward . . Ile at first denied that these was
:my' money If hoard-.the 'vessel, so far is
his kilowlellue extentleil-and Was acciir-,
diouly ordered to
_flogged 'for't he pur
pose of gnicktninia Itis'inemory- 7 hot tlte•
craven wretrli had' no sooner received half
a dozen hlows-than- lie-deelaredathat he
`would confess and. in a mile and row.
artllj• totionittell to throw all the
blame ott'l'aittatit IVatl.ina. 11t said that
the rl f/ifli loll6' 1;11
ul thlllars,.attil . sorne . bags of gold, and that
as kata aS tIU sehoiiner v.is PLlSPfeled of
Being a. pirate,, Captain Walking took the
t»imey sorneAillteit 'in' ihr
raid!' or in the itfter run •
• • The searelt Was univ retietived 'with re
&OWN, etirtiestnessi but without sueriess .
trod Pedro,Gnarilla, with' the greatest pos
eible eotilhess nit,l •Oelittenitiont,:brtiered
some 'of his titen to send the rttin-top-mast
studding-sail tack down on deek,,,,and•haug
Captain' llalkins at the main yipntni!,.
Captain . Wink ins,'utulerstood su ffi cient of
, the Spanish language to' entnprf hem, the
nature of the order. Ile gave a look of in-,
coivardly'Aiate,: who . had .
thus • by falsehood, • 'to save lqutselflrotn,
,punishment, brought a pirate's .vengeance
upon his Captain., Bu:when thelieutenn
ant, - whiie•name''Was Juan; n pprOaeled.the .
,Wra tk ' aril .'attempted to : Taos
the rope around hi's'neplc. the Captain gave'
the scoundrel an 'titieipeeted kick 'in .?the
and Omen- which sent 'lint Serotii'lltertleA.
and •eonapelled hini" to leen - Si:l;e hi 6
in 'din kt, Selippers;
3 it'd it' a roie • 'grea furi.", ,
hand: rushed upon' Watkins.: and,' Wouhf,
cut hint down "ttt Onee. hail he '.not
tenant "'thus repoled 'hy tan Onarmed t 'and
pinioned fon. • yip, ippe was 'anon' atriFed
to the neeh pf the ppptaiii,pf 'die- 4044101;
tool a half, dozen stink!: "ieln)y,
eignat, to ru i n hint attn'
--whey Petit() 'Gtiarilli•.tiiiilitatted.
hnpriv" man faierpr4eri tid
ttitri if Tie;'woii!d;ptitttl . .iponfees* where' e; had
'''PaPtahi'SVatk ins: i . ifilied"iiith . tfiti - mokt
• - • •'‘
. . •
,being reported , to the, pi
rate captain, roused his ire, and lie gava
the. signal to sway away.' . ; •
The rope -tightened around the throat of ,
poor Watkins., lie mentally baclelarewell
'to, his wife. and children, called upon
niereifol ,God . to forgive Isis sins; Ile was
realizing all .the mental agonies of death.
when the young.mau. whom Lhave called
Diego, and who,bad.been a mere. spectator
of ,the scenes wide!) , were, ensued. sprung
'forward, raised his endas. and sevgied . the
i.ope• just abo've' the head of Watkins.—
(.Amain Seemed 'bitterly,
.offended- at this
art, - and he gave the young Die,go a Mena- 1
'ring had:, anti ordered irim to go Am board
. 13tit, for the time, Captain
Watkins' life WO saved-4he attempt to
hang him was not repeated. The Captain,
mate :,and : crew were . driven. forward by
blows, and thrusts with knivee, , by whirls
several were wounded, into the forecastle,
at the , entrance of whirls a guard was placed,!
there to await their fate, whateVer it (night I
he. One poor fellow,. who wa; stabbed by
a - knife - in - the - shoulder; instinctively turned
Irlf . round. with
.a motion akin to iesia.
Lance, when the pirate; with another thrust
of his weapon. laid him dead on the deck !
The pirates now: rummaged the vessel,.,
•and,•souglit . for Valtiable, gonds; hut they
soon aseertaieed .that the cargo was value
less In them—eonSisting chiefly of lumber,
ailtfish, lard. , provisions. &e. -.There was
a, harrel.otrup in the steerage, of which
they freely' partook., and their :lend shouts,,
and sonde of horrid laughter, from time
to iime,,somled fearfully- in-the ears.of
dvatiordvicti.ms of their cruelty. •
'papers the shipping and roll of equip
age, and thus knew thosnames and.number
:(if the crew. At the head stood the name
of Aaron Miller,. the mate att.e Mermaid.
son' Mit . ; was probably the reasen4hy
was lust summoned-by name from the fore-I
yale anal trembling, Miller asrended the
steps;_leading_froni_the_forecaStle_to-the_deck. - lie knew not the object of
. the pi
rates.in thus singling him from among his
companions. - •It might- be 'to_ rourdEr
-or, and he clung to the flattering
'it might, be: to.save him, who had confessed
all they wished, from the terrible.fake
bung over his shipmates. , •
Watkinaand his , ninpaninns awaited in
sal Suspense the termination of this fearful
scene—whin suddenly the .shrieks of Mil
ler invaded their ears. Amid his thrilling I
screams he pleaded, - for mercy:" but lie ap
pealed to those who - knew naught of mercy
hut its name, and the crew of the Mermaid
Soon learned, from the convulsive shrieks
of the poor wretch, and the loud taunts of
the pirates, that Miller had fallen a victim
to their ferocity.
• They all felt that theic was' no longer
any hope of having their lives spared, and
"Watkins conceived a hold and desperate
projeet,.whielrhe4tasteQ to put intu'ex
y • brave fellows," said 'lie t o
his horrow-stricken' crew, "Miller is mur
dered, and We shall soon share. his fete.—
_viler a e
Let us make nue ornggle for life, and if
tee must die, it is better to tlie•fighting,
.than • to he butchered hke sheep 'in. .the
Shambles. Here are two handspikes and
there are settle heavers ib that locker On
the ltreast-hook. . Let OR arm morsel VIII as
well us we can, and rush on deck and hula
for our lives: The boat is perhaps still
alongside. . Let us make for the .. boat. The
pirate's are evidently. drunk, we may .
stowed in etruetine our •escare. At all
events, the chance is worth the trial."
The intimation .that there was .a possi-•
bifityi - altbough - n - yery r em .l6 ove, of e . f .:`-
( . apintk-tlie terrible destiny whirl' threaten
et! them, reelned i11f1161 3 new life I'll() the.
stout .and . hardy; Thule uyeg . glis
tr.ned with hope, viah stern and glaring re
solution. - They Paid 'nothing-, hut meting
on their enptant's suggestion, Feized Pa
goly :such urtns,as were nt hand. and.Ftootl
rendy`ktfolikvw wherever he would le . :hl, the
,At this Moment, one of the pirates, whit
was keeping'unarti st the; ,entrance of the
forecastle, called ,
.nut•the name ni Riehari)
,fine Elf., the crew, invith4,him, in
no gentle eeeents, to come upon deck and
he killed. "Now, my lads," said Waskins
through his . twit, in a- low, hut emphatic
tone, :"is.the : tiMe. Follow me!: let us
strike one hlow for our lives.",
, He rushed upon deck .with a hearer in
his hand, that is, ,a stick of; white oak, a .
bout three ,feet in length E ant! . an inch and
214 in,diareetor—areapen, in.thehands , ,
,of",a pottrerfolAnap.h4to be ; :lespisetk ,As
be passed ent,of the forecastle,.uno_Of. the.
pirapeaa►>,pile a blow at lijrn with itis : ctit,los,.
. the chin if
. . . .
it had taken effect ; Nit, it, fertptipti!ly -, f(9.
I'ol stay, which
PtiOeil: Aireet,l,'. ever the: fere — setiMe—enil:
i•(;pest the ins
wTv.eit-the-i opt not an, itiq aiit' in.
1 . 0 : w pi r)iieti : en • 'tho
ilia ely' , nVer
etithies* th ey lied taken: from tlieit ilia
still alongside tliii firiq, anal
prii.sei'.tnitbeilirt cittlit,rei3ool. Trim
Edited and .Pubtislited for the Proprieters,dat fArlisle,t7ismaberland County, Pa.
waw a / 1 =7)41z um/az/Mao ataupralilaz aoosa
the • 'einisternation• , which; ; this aneXpectet ovr
D pß.ns, or
attack bed": produced , among thewthe im- . • L
m AND.' .
portant oment bad passed 'away.: Fort / :The ,dales Hof the interior high-
. and_ his party, After doWo-. lands. w hich in rough. timeri.sentout, under
or throwing overboard the few, pjte tea who a Graham or Cameron. bands Of ;trilled men.
ventured to oppose; them. juMpeil into the now, in the season, pour forth the herds of
boat, the painter was, cul„ - the%menseized
.e'attle which they, rear. tit the .eager markets
the oars, &mil liefore it otienired to their o f England,' where. •a savory mouthful is
sanguinary enmities to open afire of mos.' ever wykome. The Cattle Which forM the
ketry2upon thin); they were ,at „s o me dis-' drove are4litliareil together on a set'day,
lance frern, the:,..1..0, anti' the, shots. whicit'and at 'an' appointed place—the foot of a'
Were 'UfferWardi tired, whistletiTharadesslY ttiountain - , the4ide of a.lake, or near. 2 ,
over their heads. But iii ;a-•-.11.4
-tie, .or in the neighborhood Of a _ village,. or
were tout 01e-reach-of the musketry more likely salt. a battlefield; herdsmen are
—anti as it,was still. nearly calm, and•tbere selected to eonduet the diffi , rent portions in-,
.was no other boat in the' possession of the to which the drove is divided, while over
pirates, excepting 04111!;Y, all a confidential persTiN a:sort of !hie(
yawl, belonging to the Mermsid, they 'felt . topsman,las he 'is called-id the..low-latids„
that they had eseaped'from the terrible fate, preeides, who directs All•the mrivements,
which tsassdesigned for -them, and offered makes all bargains, alt is reSpanaible to
up silent prayers ofgratitnee and thanks'to the owners . ..for the profits. •,.
God for'their deliverance.,. This person, 'the topsman, gives the tit-
It-was now dark, hut Captain _Watkins der—a _Fiona] generally when to-Move or.
was familiar:with the•potition iii the stars, 10. - 7 Il e is always 'A t te, now in the front,
and _directed Ins _emirs? .16 the south-west. and then in •the rear, and is eotiattlteil by his
They pullet) all pittlit without interinission, - sidnirdittates in all difficulties.•,lte - S -
. keit - W
fir a man Will - make superhuman exertions the safest: road river the i6ide's t t .tracke.--=
to save his life, and the next inoKning they .Shapfell is :is well known to him. as She-.
Paw the. Pali of MalanZas• -It was akeat 8 Trefers.the greensward way
o'clock when they fell in with - a - Vessel from w hi e h i s ple a s a nt' t o the lonifs_of his charge
Rhode Island, bound .to Matanzas--they and affords them a mouthful, to . the liar!!
Were hospitably reeeivrilon board, and and dustydistresses - the
a•few hours, when the Vessel entered. the./ feet of his eattle. amid has little in the sway
hiii line, Miluans, they had in.t'irlY re- I,Of food. Eirolish 'parties on their. way-to
et.veyed from the physical f a tig ue Whiell I the North to look at. wild.deer and Wild
they, had suffered. but many' days. elapscd hills , t and trace. the scenes of. Seim or 'of
ere they reentered from the , nervous eXCIIt Ossiatt, - are often startled liya
.dreve enter- i
inent ronsronenton. the soulth sPeaes T ging from-a glen-or -ritionline•the'base ? of a
thronali which they had_passeil.i - , Mullet:tin, roming lowing along. nrged on
_ _,Oearriving at Maifitizas, Cal?tain . Vv. at' . ofill'ilireeti.d by Iheir-driyer4,--W116. 7 -Witiv- , -
kins found nit- _difficulty iti proKiding 11M)- wallet on !wit, and - staff in hand, .arc yen- I
.self with funds, butas he knewthaj pirates ducting t he m to t h„ •
- were - Inekittg iinhareity, said little inpsnien. are now generally paid
his adventures neat' the Silt Key Raul:. Nit fo r their labors and trust; hut i11.da3,4 P . not
som_lit for an opportunity to ritt!rifi as soon vet distant Ale highland .proprieter neeern
as pOssilde; To his great •satisfaelion..he
• limml a brig nearly • ready for sn'a, and paniedhis drove to The South. and:with - his
m to a
Ii said th at one o f t h e , e
gaged a passage for,hthiself and four Of his while on his way back to the border.. tv"s
-seamen. 'mined on the high road b.
Thee day--before-the . vessel was ready for
sea. lie went'asbore in the afternoon to at
tend to a little bitsineis, and as -he. left. Del
more!s Coffee •Fl Mise,--and-aeetun panied-by
two or three friends, was - walking.towartlg.
the quay fir the purpose'of goiny on hoard
the brig„ hoinrned a corner of a - street,
he came suddenly Upon Pedro "Guerilla, the
prate Captain.. , lie was gaily dressed, and
appeared like a . wealthy and respectable
Doe. The Young Diego, who by a sabre
cut severed the studding sail tack after it
was fastened to the-neck of Captain Wat
kins, and thus saved his life, was' with the
pirate, and they were conversing familiarly
when the parties Met. •
The recognition was mutual. - 'Watkins
and the pirate glared fiercely'm each other.
But that was•no place for explanation .or
for the indulgence of hostile feelings. As
they passed each other, the pirate regarded
Watkiits with a truly demoniac scowl, at
the same time Pointing significantly to his
throat, intimatitethat the next time that
the, Yankee fell into his hands, he-would
not escape so easily. 'Watkins returned
his gaze with a look, not a whit behind it
in ferocity and [Mired, for his, blood boiled
within his veins as the 'sight of the pirate
conjured to his view the many Wielding%
and Cruehirs wide!' haul been practised on
him.. By a strong o:flirt, however, he con- ,
trolled his -feelings; and contented himself
with •sliaking his huge fist at the pirate„in
a mainterlo indicate that he was determin
ed on revenge. •
The next Whining the brig;' with some
othei vesieleimailed tender convoy of the'
swah.ship liea . Gull; which vessel
company with the merchant-men, Moil
they passed the Double !leaded Shin'Keys,
Milting of impot Lance Necurred on the vt•y
age. Ptai n. Wank fits•ilt safely among
hisfriends once morer.rifid •his home, al
doing!' ever the abode of peace and happi
ness, never seemed as attractive aud plea
sant as it did tits thia occasion; after his
providential escape from the . hlood thirsty
pirates., Yet when ho'khOught of, the abuse
.and insults which lie had received in addi
tion to the loss of properly, for lie owned,
carte-half 'of the brig and ho Could
hardly contain his " feelings. lie foamed
and fretted like a Madinat', and 'longed to
,he again on the
,ocey ,i. prepared to retire')
for the'piratcs in - their well k 11111761 haunts,
autratthe Vend of a force stfilicient to Be
mire their:deadi or capture, if he could be
.as to fall in.with.the,bloodp. ,
'Pret4Y:Fair. l ;-=-A bedeounael
lor.atNee!,yeket,e!,yeket, lound, a ; bal( olyarn in the
'Oreef...nnd..winding l!i? the thread he. fol
loit.ed:it until the 'lady who .
diO'Nufd !th'e' and Who; lied other end
of the 'in iter4meketi The eminsut;
in . .,.;streeviirn,'but I 'ne'ver'ennght oni'at
before: ' ' ' •''
• I 11 U we Loqf'eir.:-. 4 1 SPA'. pifiiket. • •
said, a te„„atile;r street loafer the other
01101.tii•lied!tteriositelf't;:hhttie; c : / fsnmethiir
etiptionrA and, aid himself'
.down tho , fi t lor• 4. %relit -yin' to waiten
Airkeii•y4 . o V
ivdyrditr I ,
Voet:yon :on;! saidOCkgrollerrlPOlO
•flpttipr, imAlore;,clues f y99 it rtaiyir..loc,l7:!.oif
'.• • ;,•••• • !, • ;
.1 ----- -- _ oy ....r:-..
. •••= , - -.-
mut civil gentleman, who, _while he talked who delivered the mission of his - Miter
/ lithe - martial spirit of the highlanders, won. from the - altar.- . -
dered how. they dared to. traverse the land : .The speaker was a man in the full glow
with so much geld in their pnekets. — ' Yes,' of middle - age, of striking and inipresaive
replied:the higlilatler, 'hut if-We have En...-nnoearnee. piercing intellectual eye, and
.elfish gold in - theeporrae. we have Scottish high intellectual forehead. _ . •
steel in the sheath, and." touching the hilt ! rverY eye is fixed upoli him—every lip
of his sword ni he spoke. ' 'with Andrea is bushed, and every ear, with nervous in-
Ferrara here, and Bran there.' nodding to tensity, drinks in the eloquent teat - flings of
a strong. fierce wolf hound beside him, 'I the orator. ' -
:nn afraid of no highwayman in the land.? I Who in all that throng would recognise.
'What,' exclaimed:the other, 'and is your in the famed, the learned, the elnquen
sword a real Farrara ? Such ' blades at*,.-President (If--College, Pennsylvania. th
Scarce.' Yon shall judge. sir,' said the humble bootblack of —College, in Ike ,
hisidander: - unsheathitig - his sword and ' tacky ! -
pointing to the makers name, and the date. I .
. 'lt isas you , say,' repin d the other, and- i A W BIM.
pOised it in his
,hand, like a man, about to I Thy nis.(ie Luvois, a descendant of
weigh the weapon, rather than admire it. Louis 'eurteenth's celebrated War
'rake it by the 'hilt. Man.' said' the Scot, 1 Minist :he same name, 'anti Jolty a
sharply, 'there's a right end „mid a wrong ; member of the French Chamber of Peers,
in al . thingi."Phe Englishman seized it l ie a great amateur of music amid, painting.
by. the hilt, took a sudden- stride forttard r tand fond of living much in the company of
•and striking die head from poor Bran, tiurn:i artists.' When travelling soin-etiete ago
ed to the man and
,said. 'Your nomey or in Switzerland; he had the, good flirtune to,
your life! You acct that (wenn highlander meet - With two ladteS well known in the
may be matelied,! , The highlander saw , fashionable iireles at he French capital,.as
that, refusal was death, and resistance hope-- ' gifted with eideeS•aq . fflo si e; ,l n e emo pii, s l,.
less; tool didivering up'hiS sporran, said, nu'n's not inferiOr to those of Malibran anti
'Who will -believe it in preadalliane, that Grisi, whose friends 'they have been,—
. with such good-thug. and such an arm at , These fair travellers overt the Countess of
.the sword, an English fotil had robbed me?'' , Merlin, wife of the Lieutenant General of
.011, rest-you easy' on that head.' said the ; . that name and the authoress of !Wren,'
roliber sarcastically, 'for I have Aided bet- . work's. ineluding menndrs of her , friend,'
ter men than you.; besides, I intend to . be- ! pour Malibran; and the. Countess tie Sparre,
Stow a token-upon yen, to show that you the lady ,of the Lieutenant -General and
were -robbed by main force., Lay down r Peer, Count de Sperm:. Oldie. latter-great
your right-kind - on that tree stomp." !lope singer -we need but say that she was Ma
dawned at this on the highlander; . he laid dlle. &filth. The.hdies areortling to some
his right:armon the eh d stuinp, - hti watch-' turd • repaired. to - 'Switzerland, in enter to
ing the rye of the other, withdrew.. it and-, borrow From. nature sonic costumes which
tlefil airtheitiii - ard deeeended, and while:i t Might he used in the bells_ of the ensuingthe blade sunk deep in the wood, he seized - season. Others Align that their .only ob.
his adversary'hy the throat„ threw- him with ' jest was to eire 'and study, to breathe the
violence on the mend and - . clapping `his fresh air of the fields, draw the chalets of
dirk to his. boroini, had him at his ineri:y.,l lovely -HelvetiNlisteolo the melancholy or
Having humid him hard and fast, the high.- : joyful songs of the mountaineer.;, and, to
landet regained his sword, re-took his spar.-' the ran of the enwa of the thirteen old
.ran; and gave up the, highwayman toilte:/
Canimis . . However - this MiAt •be„ the
law of the land, which ilieedily helped liitli I Meeting teats n; most Welenme one . ,to• the
to a halter and gibbet; for, he `was
.:arnoted . t three travellers.' ,They..,were dwelling to
rubber, and had long been the terror 'of the I getiter,upon the beauty of the neighboring
district. ' , ~ ....
-scenery, and' of AnStoria. that land 'of the
-- :Iris, and above all,"musie, when thorMar
qois7.=the inert for .extempore excursions .
, and , parties—suggested an immediate tour
.in-Italy. The proposal was rejeeted as a
mad one, thatigh with imme-hesitation, for
they had long wished' to see the much-,
talked-of theatre. San Carlos, at Naples.-= .
Knee a.,sigeal , given ,by M. 46 .Louroi6. s
"post-ehaise drew up 'at the Atiiir,es hY in'ag:
IN,'lniallis InaPennaentimi,':an'd 6 } 114' tiist.
Mg toniiimainns Were- soon owl • road to
Indy: , i They, rabidly crossed To cany :and
the Homan States,.andreached N pies, the
faored:object of tiejourney, , - •. - '
Iy.hilsthis companions. were taking smite
1 '"l*' `Marquisl ''—' .1 c- the 1' .
ies , t le mstenei . to
San ‘,C, Mt*
. 'inid. pelted le ,s peak with `the
,lo.hie:greitt 'dismay, he soon,
learnt, thaitherseitiOn" - -wai: over; . and" that
tr-it, h. note was tri'he heard' in, the rendei-:
toils of the .14iiipelitan : Pile;lanfe:* • Hi 4
401 R niry 'strove
, .. !.
~- , .
' t` l !E i
:jl•o'' ''6.. „v ,1 ).o6„ . o',
alkintnieti,in hard atisttefairt,--
: .r ' u Tf;lis Iligale'iriStrinttiOniincePl
c ut e*l ,and iii the. eVening;''aftiTate
!tie p7erfore : ei . were-it ,O
. bed'en t o 'the
,kt, t i v_ i e cfm ,h
Pietro .. Saii: •Carja%<W!ic6 be ikai s .gf4
!imiiiiii,f4 , i r t,..fup, vi40410dt0060 7
.i.. lki i oi o eto ke 9pp d* ! pip . t t i ‘ ltieie:6 of
itl,ipc . io4l4o4io4l , iirsi , 9fl:
'NP' - „l4o;*tilito , e". !1; 6 0 ,4 Di :,
„, r n - d9 06kir.thbIcdiiis 1 :"Iltr ie ! ionihti f ,or:
ipitof,.oe tesqu . 6 . . ''bloc epirci , tto ti
• • Evonklle TraiNew York Times: •
'PRE AND lit 'COL.
TWO ITEN.ES FROM REAL.-11fE.
SoMe score of years sinee4;the President
ola Well known-College hi:Kentucky . ..wen'
one morning,: while sitting in his; study,
- astonished; by, the entrance of .a .singular
)• • •::
visitor was ahoy of some seventeen
years;Tottgli and uneouth in his appearance,
dressedin coarse home spun, :with thick
elintisy slums iru his fqet i an.ahr tattered ;
felt hat on: his head, surmounting a:,mass;of
itherimbeir hair; .-;Which relieved swarthy
.and sun.hurnt features, 'Marked by
quirk and sparkling, but vacant andlnex
pressire. from rhe:want,o(Otteetion: • The
10010 IWPParalWe.nf the yiink was O'er of
: :- AlloOresident, -- an!rfahle pod a venerab)i
'niaw;' inquired 'IMO this busin ess of the Per
son •whwstood befaire biota • :
all die - of
'lf you litiao; air, ai;trie
I' twai;(l - ycm had, a 6 6 )1(!ge iii tti~4e
for' riti,;:yOti 4ould
JII - getup, , anret . ,
'Welt,``' , .) , 'OUn fricin4, l . - relolisc , .l:llii.
Pre'aliicnt; 'I 'e'caial;y. - 43211 waf:
. , . .
. . .. . .
which you . might he useful to us The re-1 the loniser' • "Well, irotintess„*"• . re, diert
quest is.,somethintr , singtil,,e.' • ... kl,. deleuenis, "It:I your tie? sOcii.poiy o i ee
• , 11'hy ll' e ,ra - wi n o titater,• .eni v i ' , Ood, or gi .. re.'..tr a roc-citoet k ta.':,•Tonr:fietiil tint'
Mark emir boots.' interitipted . tlte boy, bis - I - khalif/046in. pitblie.,':'.. "How eanl "sing
eves -brightening in his earnesinefis.
~ 4. without aren't' pabii. u ' eo! f i e . ,
,f,l l , H i l , of r o , it
want to fret ar. education—l want to matte.I would . Mire. A,•'. for•lltat,.thin'f trettble ,
sothellting . of myself. I don' t keer how l yourself about it;" •and «pmpa
- ' §igiOnatle .
hard .i.work only sons to, git an education. by him to a man 'who steed bY,theTorches . ...
I want—....' . " ..
.. • tro•was immediately thronged witlymnsi
, He-paused - at a loss for words to express mans, who gare,the .overntre or ti,,, 'Bon;
his .itlens,.. But there — tras • a language in Mere, and next the ritornello to. Rosie u !si.
o y e; Celebrated eavatina. tithe Cenntrss Mer
the expressive lip. and'' the '.glatfeing
there Watt a lanottage in his: manner; in` the lin, compelled to as=cend the stage on ilte
tone in which the words were spoken. thatl•ttOinand 01,S public, consistind of tWo.Ver
appeeled.at Mire to the Professorls. feelings. j.tlons t .satitt her. part to the tetiWartionot
lie determined to try the sincerity of the •
- l n i • i, e;nte sit l e n:l : !':7 l - 7 iii;
youth. ' . .
the ConntOs de 1) . arre,- i•etneitifiHditg her
'I sin afraid. my young friend. that I can
,1 would. like to as- 1 farmer triumphs; stine, , iiviibirbennifrio L
119 . nothing for you...reart '
list you, lint I ran see .poi way in which 1 "Di piarer . illi hil l •Zi .ii lo;" acid the : awn
'you mall he useful to Its at present.' i !tithes then sang the' beatniful duet 0 ( Sprat:
The President resumed his book. In a 24 inlidi--the fine etintr:dto of the 'onerattd
p i on o i.. , brilliant soprano ef the other, soundieg in
trotitein he Maimed his eye at the
mote: st -iii n i !aili ng .: the, immense emptx house of Sm .17rOlo to
hot, •iid i O silent and
the handle cif the door,. -Ile . fingered his : the c." 11 . 11 " 1 "'"i" al)PlatisT of one frneiiro .
with one . bantl—ras Par ta,27/usita w
, ho v.
. lis.• reel %r ,(1 ; : ;loth;
eves were downitast. and his up the reword due to # - ,allo , try 'per lip worths . tri.the
quiCered' and trembled as though he were ' b right"f•tinies of Proot.l; ..10 , '1 .- .
endeavoring to reptest strong -and sudden
- feiditigs oriiitense disappointment.—The
effort Ivies hot - half successful.. A tear 'e
merging from .. the downcast -eyPlid, rolled
ever stile sun-burnt cheek. and with a ifeiclt.
'nerrnas.-aetton;the I)lcimilihim raised his
:toll-hardened hand, and bruslied away the
lido) of riigret. , •
lie -made- a well Meant but,awkward
_markimf Alheiinnee, 'and- apened_tlie.fkinr,
had . One 'foot nrioss The - threshold, when the
The plou - 2111Mv *Waft in a few 'minutes
hired as roan-of-stli ,work, and jumtblacit tip
.The next , seene whirls" wr 'give the ren
der was in n, new a n d timenifieent—elittreh; -
rirlywitliiiliti heattties of arehiteeture, and
throntted with itionenSe rrowt4 who
jistened in tleath,-like. stillnesq 'to the
inn .eincitit-nce of the minister of benvon,
za-mv-gpuillimpi, Nroa., 4 . 00 t .:.,r q,.C.:C-Pii.
'pr6nr . t. , , noawartwir'nr•l;nl
If tilits-nneednie b'e tttir;
the Marquis de frilly- derieivini
1)1 the seatAihielo ht lt,,lily in thr : Commi s i,
:area of Pail& : •
. The . follo . wizig •pareni.it appeal in
011;Te of nri adreitleemuipt, ‘y,e copy from
slionliVinPet the .iYeof riiimft'
D—F, t% ho IlerSglf, laFt NkTe t tn e k,
lonise,. she, is ioplo
red to retorit, When . she will be inet with
undiminished love by her almost broken.he:irted parents. lf, however, nitilsitig eat,
persteale her to listen to their jititit
should _never sniati-in rt isit a Roma
lo l e se site bait pat:spil •inany
years. ii • ig at :ISt . expeeted, iiShe : be lint
totally lost tit ;ill sense...of rropriety . .. that
ilhOtit - 11 - 171 - IITTIP.111!6, fill: itehty.T o T
semtbach the hey
. .. •, -..- . _
Thedyercnce.—A (lop: is areouropl ron . (l
! tyncti:fi e woit7i take 'sotto dupe. tolltisili,'
arid a nun insane when he ial; , .stoo thocit..
A . finareier remains 'en'sp , sl;tabl e ! with a fer
tune that don't bi-loag to hint, while a lire.:
gar becomes a criminal la. purl - pining. a
piece .of meat;
There ji a short - (lifinOtirr sentersee.W
four words. whirl,, if igfrowfil:i i n nr p et i re .
tcuulil etTert a refor4n
rance*„(l4:tin.. I know jt F . onntls
von rfinv en!! it. tittanr--I tinittienn to
ofTr•lld nttering . .a trittli eoarselc. It is
mere ly a gnotatiiin—'3./indynur own bus.?
TEMPETZANCV.-/C ilroolivrd wn
hi the vitt:tr. in the %r' , l' isbite f`f
filth, ilet!rnibiti::ii tle frit
sotne`One hold er I i t n ntol m
;•101 !din far, nson retinal'
to Ft:mm.lr PI Ct tI! the de 111Ij
PI/111 . 11 ()11.14.1.." 'O!'• 110 . ". S:Iirl the/liter.
ono(.1 u•onhl thi rot: 12m en
ing to do n- truelt bettor thing." Sayit.g
this, end we l l:ie., p lwa y :,)1 the.time, he,
the floor t!rtinlortl his feet. eiir s, r
' 1, 4 1 him to his ow,' home. time bull : a lilltlt
anti n ennifornihle hell, mi.. new !4.uit neiv
elo.hesin the moiltirg. anti wben hod
recovered his ions(;s, Otos atltlrt &Ed bin:
"1 ant one of the reformed drilnii.nr4s.-ntai.
• want you to he atwther. If yt , i) will siot
this. plearre artl rcsolve forever to abstain'
front all ititoxichtinq drink..4„l , a;il find y;tat
an hon es t .and,respeeiable erntiloyment.—.#
We work t‘i sit pport oitrgi lvrc , 1 1;
and in OM evening grii and thrtocafe . the
temperance epuse," .
ft n•aa loner R.inee the.penr insin hid heat&
tine!! words 01 encoring - omen( and kintlnear._
Tie at ranee signed the pledge tintl Coto
'fleeced a twit. einitse of life:.
The " .1poele•of Temperarice..",;=ll4
10Will 2 incident, as showthe
eep veneration nr(l-esteein with . wWelvihe
Very lieverentl Mr..Matheir is revartled by
the highest or tbe"nristoertley. :Intl • willi e tiffe
any -resneet 1014 t i ions,.ostela`
ne fiy the Intmbls9t'peassne in' the latitto=4
soine eight or ten days -pack, ,Fiither:Sfs-,,r.
tew vosort hio villy'froni Skirt, to 1110. tin
y the mail. The : con 0 1; Was filled with
passenger inside'—the ni4lii-ms *nit:l6lly •
tempestolfs,nil tlie"rain ile.eOitiftfitt' tor
rents; :hut, buziirding 811 thii edntiegne'tigfcti..,'"
from.exposuro in such wrather,
,1. •: :Y.rzith-; r.-.P%.t
.suffer jmorroptimi, in his divine:A i re' )
be,.eontrork, to.llo retiiinPlTf"„.it.• 1 1 :
frii4iti,inatet himgflf ii.;: -
i-41:--4), ir ichiele owl the role14" 0 -7 0 ,7. t . 18 , i i ‘i . 64 -
t 7 k i t i , i l f : r r i ;i. a .: e l 9 o : i i i i w " l-11 .17iistr'Miis
.tr4yeyey.,,fikili'er' . ..
4 pgil I Z tY!. , 1 tatti , ?(ll.y r ci7, On
Petiesl to I
i, ... .a l tfwtieard, O' getitleniiiiv'ini'intrul his na
-,. ettr.r,tr,,.2ot out.•rxrreacetVtit -tho
enthinuastie. terms ibis gratifiinitinb at
holtliOg t4e, greot.ope.,stle nf ~..n. , to pfro.,nerirl
and: insisted, fi.n:yesigli hip: liislpeat. fur Mtn.
It iv:isli., vain th'at .tlit,; ; ; on - ifel:l•l..6le'ttittiti'.
fttietiteill:y• ileielineil ''llto' . :.i4iiilio
ro•=''ltti . ;•
the. , .tranErPt , 'ii;otifil: ttiVe:- no . . - r'efuttil,i' . 'notl .
6 1 1 4 11!Y.,!`!? 1 .igf. 1 ( 1 ..bin..:ti1 . an' l'ut:io - tio,go, of
ci(..po,•, .•I'llF4 inside, pawnticr'mi.iticV2trofalP. l.
tTitianke.: :„ ' .-' • - 1 •"..'" -:- '. ' ..'
In ilia , trviVn pr
,%yhera Alemks: 'tVieVers Browort.iter‘t,
not ,et sinsk'.44linlliTztlf#
in the plciee. - ' ,