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9 inst.(tin ITIIT - 9919DAir 1111010111i0,
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*stdwrpstysltateldat tmi petaboatti'el 6
pow: E ,
eptseel, eta* Mose aneeneres pail.
411areftteurtsairre sae atiltar,per square el rade, llu or
Itat=ittlase besedleee, twestribreciaal eater
et, IN 'Kill& A lama biome will! be abate to
Ilinaptiba aditetist be depot.
n. IF isseepam
maw no PS-
0 Tar tialhaeatille Aasertan. -
The IllisOtr said tire Wine* Amid the
*beck sM IlFbetile •
Teatwrilths you auk whew I sew yaw taut u t,
Toe risdrig that ter yam some verses WNW ;
Iha I eradinathpseded aim I wade. 'Ugh. •
lihriaad the Whine saddle Which mad the
TY'S haw a the where and the width ant the ghat
Fait" Mail a goad subject. rn write abed. that,
se I asaall ley pos jut to inakelltshed
(Then whittled a:sdek while I waited tritbbdta
anattlhostgla the chief tenehlearaten
II the iroetned the wirrse.aad the width sad the who..
tarn,' to beg, all awn email get wealth
4t tb risiketetheir ease, their ceasixt or health, •
Itet Ike hire as prelims. la aerie ett their care.
Thar riehal areled—aid they& nut 'know where.
kie t,le trdipy wised both mile and trade. '•
Aid nee Its int beer timeless bargains eer made
thisys whir Oa* M Mies" eons k
WNW Ws whets they are cot par,
had alas IN Sad eat when mit specie is se 4
TIM tidie be way sail sad ?Mtn as per cent ;
PO the lah elte* he payment, the cerium"e office tads,
Ad he tether the sad neve, a la the motet an sake!
Oh, if be heal hams hit hew ad. would have heen.
That the ihaalis wwild hate fallat—ibe which atiktbe
fled ha*. *id oat hist/rotte), tandativd ands tare,
To i.Wierildeamage, if be had tame where ;
• as you Ns With this was, how peredeed be has been, .
iih the flow sad the where satiate which and tbeerben.
Wee tweak of • &aset b nuke tidy writing,
(And 04 the lithe 4 timber Whim!
Area jest tamed aid:tees, and Ida would get married,
- Ad regneti., that an old maid so loom*. to. earth d
fen says [When she Waite of, a partner for
Wks pen eh so smithy, that I'd be ha wife
let the Ilaillpfle plague, her mat wheel the colas tunniti -
Tat Ms aids r " Where'll the man that wW bow many
1141 the ladle are tmaMed as well as, thsneit,
Wilt the w sad the wherstand the wich and the whim
!V WThS adinat when, Mt COMM vane time ;
Mad so wake isnstibil am* jingle la fbrile,)
flat theAminr, the lawyer, the print and the king,
An all lawdOled elite with_ Me very sum Whig,
Whaerverliey do, ar'w hete Merv* haws,
With a karnWr • whew era Which et nArbess.
llsetli weritist they perplex as tar mate Ono acr caws,
diarfdr, ii ellrbachrismothey awake try damns ;
Waltaltfar Oran weeds sny own plain Irma Mercer
Aad Wad helhethis than I shield have bens marrkd
Iran set.ddik, at speak he perplexed velure been,
With a mairsr a inhensora Mel or • Wen.
nolo reseepors 1111 for AWL
The Ilese , Plibri9b;
F IT MILT h. MAT
"What 14 beautiful ereature.," exclaimed
Peed Hanson to his fell tow traraer, as they
entered the Village street of —.
" Where re! 1
" In jou* honeysuckle porch—in that fet
tle cottage . tAh I she sees 'we ire talking ofi
be and us retiring withinl doors."
"'Take care that DEM Melbraine does not
hear your *giants ort this rustic beauty,
or she will be jealous of •You."
"Palmy !";' said our hero, turning away as
if the subject)innoyed him.
Young Haiison hadtiienga
hood to the *insider a solele.frth of the
rich Mr. Mclavame, of .
The match was
settled by the. parenta,-whenthe subjects of it
were yet eloldisn ; and ' red 'Hinson towing
no' grown to manhood,' on his journey to
woo and wed ; in due , , his plighted'miser
tress. The task, howev - , wait iot altogether
to his taste ; for he dial& , having . freedom
of choice controlled ; ~ he would probably
have rebelled all together had it not been,for
the large fortime oftbe .' . , e"a peke which it
was already Worldly eno' , to desire.
"It will hie ter rib ly d, i Charkir," -he sa id
to his most intimate' ,d, "as this formal
courting alit*. is. I, ~ w bfiss Makable is
pretty,. and it they bad ", , y let me - alone I
aright have Wpm in love- , 'th her : but I con
fess that no* the utmost I can do will be to
adore her ais mode—t . is, be fashionably
indifferent to 'ivy rich ' We shall no doubt
each haves carrier ; - will go to balls, 'and
Ito the (*d', Faith 1 tiOn't we be happy? ---
Yon positiveli aust alon g with me, or I
shall Cie °f en* dull az weeks appoint
ed for - the loin making. .
10n these tisanes his ' had aceompanied
our hero &in to ---.. They found Miss
*nuke eviin prettier t she bad been re
instated- She met bar er with a very be-
ImablikidulthAnt did . neglect her duty of
entertaining his and his '' a. She had heel
Whim* eatiested, .
'was a skilful musk
isn, so that din intim useably; and
the young min retir ed e ireirplasimi at IV
their fair hostess. 1 I
The set t' } y, holm' -
is the Ara. -roam,
appestat i s Feta - 1
car Iseo tose-;" petelnen
Villa the yctang !ass • ,
aid to his 0011apilMa I
"AM whit do re .
Ilk* r 'fi
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so ly= wii. 1
"8 0 wild.* fanost '1
*oda 00 4
totsea alit jest 'tat
taleies asgtOs be! ' '
is dignity, yogi voidness
and as for bei t ig a machi
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are make or lesS
I don't believe in Aiit sort,:nf
education . Give me s watan who is not OOP
;to simor the natural impulses of her heart; and
Dot whose soul has been cramped frimn child
hood by ap filipe'
. sptem of Instruct' kn. Sr
mylert, I iuslemg to get introduied to that
pretty; ilettki I •saw yederd,* she has ;a'
hoe fell of • t."
iroit are hasty in forming ynni conefit
"And I ' ll my analysis of Maw Mai
?wines eimrse er is the correct 'one." h ?
The We parted,lour hero centinuiim
his walk down the street, Mutiny friend atop
pqg at the P Oiee to write a letter. • They
did not rejoin h other until the dinner hour.
The evening late the former bne. In
the morning two friends again-walked 40-
" I am' gain to fish," said our here, -" there
are some fine in the stream. IWill yen
take s rod too ?"
Re tie reperaest
No, I n :ea. fish'?" said his friend.
will saunter aL wn to the hotel and see if lein
pick up any , • -." - 1 t
A week pas- , in this,manner, the two friends
scarcely ever . •-• •g a morning together. At
the end of , . our hero was asked by his
friend ii' he ha , made the-acquaintaneke of the'
" rural beauty at honeysuckle cottage," little
suspecting t the answer would be, as it
proved, in the . . five. I i
" Indeed, a, . do you admire her i mind is
much as her •• t Pray, what did .she talk
about 7—pigs, . , irs, the price of cheese, anil'
the secret of . ing of good
I s up..homespun_2 ,
- pose." i
" I have spent every morning there, under
one pretext orn'other, She has a better story
eat mind than fist Mellvaine; the latter his
skimmed over he most studies, but the former
I understands t oroughly everything idle his
taken up. You should bear her French along
side of Alias Nellvaine's." • - ' f.
" Her French—what ! French in a cottage. ;
Think of her in the - kitchen, her arms covered
with meal to the eliaows, .asking the servant:
tor the Drudg in g box in French. It is ton
good -!" • F.
Our-hero turned away with a scornful lookt,
and the eonverration-'ceased for the present.i
The fact was, Hanson was in love, really, deepi. ,
ly in love; and for the first time in his life.-4,
Accident had favored his acquaintance with
Itose,Murry ; for on the very first morning art
ter his arrival, he had met her in his walk and
had an opportunity if assisting her over a broOlf
swollen by the late rain. This was Sufficient
Ilia a man ,of our hero's tact and easy manner i,
ihe accompanied - her borne; and the next day
1 called again. Ile found her very intelligent
and particularly well read in poetry. , „A new
Voltime which he had brought down with . ' hini
land which he insisted in lending her, gave hirq.
an excuse for calling a third time ; and after,
that it seemed a matter of course to spend hii :
1 mornings at the cottage. At the end of th 4
second week he was irrevocably in love ; for :
Rose was just the character to fascinate him„
being all naturalness, as her rival was artificial-1
ity. _ ';
_ . __ .. . _ ,:•,i
Yet. there was, during all this time, a fierea .
straggle going on in our hero's mind. He ha&
been brought to do nothing, in expectation o(
an ample fortune ; and in the world of town . ,
where be lived had imbibed an exaggerated,
notion of the importance of wealth, Bat his
own fortune was inconsiderable, and if be mar-:
rigid any other than an heiress, he would have,
to rely on his own labor for support. Love at,
last triumphed, however ; atulhe laid hisleart,
at the feet of Rose. But how was he startled
to meet a refusal? She did not indeed deny'
au affection for him, but, &idle, now learned
for the rust time his situation, her reply watt,
Yotir family wish yogi to iced Miss, Mel-1
value. j Forgive me then, for I will never max-1
ry where my 'Lilian& is disdained."
This proud reply, while
_, it increased Ms
,spect, and love for Rose, drove ; him to despair,;
the m ore as he found it impo ssible to shake!
ber portage- He went back to the,l4ll gloomy
and%t e l. But when he got there, he
thing in confusion; and the mss
ter of the raging for fleet horses. _hfue
.Illcllvaine bad eloped with our hero's friend!
Thisiinformation filled our hero with joy.
"Ilene ean . now be mine ; for I shall have
lie co- - of my
Pun ilielphit Oahe Tims.
The lest low J Northers
itSpirit."=-4 few evenings s ce if- 1
ter reading to a lady the story about in-1
trodootke of salano,Forte into • the of
Arkansas—which is arecedek on all bands, to
be a good.'utb--my feint& kfriend re -, to
me the incidents. connected with the cp. I
pearance of the inanimate q , , , , " in
;the .northern portion of the Sicker 8, •
'being f` aa eyi vitamin "- to what occurred on
that occasion. For• the animated of , your
readero will venture to describe tbe*:" -
Dunn the simmer following - the t -o*na-,
tion'of tbeillack-FLawb War—being lams
Ate-liret of the a l'a z o o e coi g ni* to
iitsiowity then barely evaeuited by . the!“ red
Usewortbsforest "—Dr. A., if Baba** re
-1014 *idiot Ismi ilia* b ecome a aisaiktaint
pew the=Mao Rim,. by the:'nose of . H r •-•
The Thliti1011: - .6say was eolapOsed . of 11 6 *
7014141311 , 41144 1 wife; all ; . fair 'of :
" 1 -10 1 f ,rmul al'ib e lianojila otiii: - doll
the renew tithe instresimlin q - --2:
As is smak,"th." 4l tue in ell. MVO 1
iClie*46llifilT a ilieWAKMerlitatel blO l illel4
11.0Nalaik — - - . 'lli' - " - inigAbiorei (that iinrn , is
be ) had iidlecteCtelfe th er l'i 114 Pw*ei of
'wits; thel Doctor ' s' " plunder ', unpacked; and
after as hour spe4
" vas we 1•1371
alsollike-lilte, I sity;„
of a nor
is $ proper -rekeeve,
making the acqnaintance of the possessor.l —
A.'s'" household " was stowed away in
seven large wagons--being firstyacked in pine
boxes, on which were 'painted in large black
letters the contents, address, eire.
One wagon after another was unloaded With
out much sensation on the part of the little
crowd of lookers on, except an occasional , ex
chunation similar to the fallowing from those
who had never seen the like before. 9
" Glass-- ; This side up with care Why, I
thought this ere feller' was a Doctor 1., What
on yearth is ho going to do with that boil full
"-This side up with care !" exclaimed one
" Hea. got his paregoric and oil-of spike fixins
in that. Won't he fizie . them agar fellows_
down on the river ?" , ,
In the last wagon there was but one large
box, and on, it were painteri.the words—" P lano
Forte—Keep dry and handle carefully." It
requir' ed the assistance of all the bystanders to
unload.this' box, arid the curiosity excited iq
the crowd upon reading the foregoing Words,
and hearing the musical sounds emitted as it ,
struck the ground, can only be gathered bye
giving a few of the expressions that dropped
from the spectators. , 1
" Pine Fort !" said a tall yellow-haired, fe
ver-and-agne-looking,youth—" Wonder # he's
afeerd 'of the Injaus ? He can't scare :them
with a pine fort ?'
" K-eesp D-r-y," was spelled by, a liar
raw-boned,looking man, who was evidently a
liberal patron, of " old bald face," who brhke
off at the letter y 'with " D your Tem
perance characters, you needn't tome round
here with tracts !"
He was interrupted at this point by a stout
built personage, who cried out—
" He's got his skeltons in thar, and he's
afeerd to give them liker; for they'll break put
if he does ! Poor. fellers !—they must infer
" Handle carefully !" said a man, with a red
bruiting shirt, and the size of whose " list," as
he doubled it up, was twice that of an ordina
ry man. " There's some live critter in than.
Don't lon hear him groan ?" This wait said
as the box struck the ground and the coneus
'Bien caused a vibration of the strings.
No sooner had all hands let go of to boi,
than Di. A. was besieged by his neighbors—
all of , whom were determined to know whit
were its contents, and what was the meaning
of the words, " Piano Forte." - On his telling
them that it was a musical instrument, imam ,
" reckoned that it would take a tarns' sight*
wind to blow it !" others " that it would take
a lot of men to make it go !" *e., &e. The
Doctor explained its operations as well Is he
could, but'still his description was any thing ,
'but satisfactory; and ho could only get Odle(
Ibis inquisitive neighbors by promising. ;40 - 11
sight ' at an early day.
Three days-=days that seemed 'like weeks
Ito the persons before mentioned—elapsed be
fore the premises of Dr. A. were arranged for
the reception of visitors ; and various and en
rrions were the surmises among the " setileri"
during this time. Dr. A. and his " plunder "
were the only topics of conversation for miles
,arourict • The Doctor's house hid but one
lower room, but this was one of double ordi
nary size, And the carpets were all to small to
cover the entire floor ; hence a strip of bare
floor appeared at eacli side of the room. Op
posite to and facing the door was placed the
" Pine fort." -All was ready for the admission
of " vizters," and, Miss was to act as the
'fait performer. The Doctor had but to open
the &iv, and half a score of men were ready
to enter. Miss E. took - her seat, and -at the
-first sounding of the instrument, the whole
party present rushed in, Seine went directly
up to the " erittur," as it had been called on
account of its having four legs—some, more
eV, remained close to the door, where, if ne
cessary, they could more easily make their es
cape, while others, who bad never seen a car
, pek-were observed walking round on the strip
of b e refloor, lest by tredding on the "
OTTIe kaliker," they might ",spile" it I
The first tune seemed to put the whole, com
pany in ectacies. The raw-boned man, who
was so much opposed to temperance tracts,
,Pulled out a flask of whiskey, and insisted that
the " gal,' as he called Miss E., should drink.
Another laid down a dimo, and wanted " that's
Worth" mare out of the "forty pains," as
the sabre of the instrument had come to him
fter travelling through some five or six pro
nunciations. Another, with a broad grin (al
his face, declared that he would give hi%
claim " and all the " truck " on it, if' his
f'ilarter" could have such a cupboard
"The " pine fort " man suggested that if that
tiwort- - --ofmusic had been in the Black Hawk
Na r, " they would have skecred the Jejuna
like all holler I"
It, is needless to say, that it was late at nigt
ore Miss E. and the other' ladies of tie
*ease could satisfy their delighted hearert;
bat they were all " tired out." The , whose
ntry for miles round rung . with the praisett
'"f e• A.'s "consarns" and their " musicsl
p• •. " The Doctor immediately bad airy
nantity latients—all of whom, however,
ld come 1 , ..n for "advicw,"
,or for a,
ew "agar pills,' but none of whom would
; ve without hen the "forty pains." •
With nn easy way a a • natured
lion Dr. A. soon form • en extensive -
iptaintance, obtained a _ dies, and -
Mame a popuhirman. lewes e r ted to so e
of the most responsible offices in .e gift . 4
ilbet people---ene of which lie, held at •
' . .Of his death. So Much for the charms
Piano Forte! • • SHUT Pssa
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time, e bas.
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a short rain for th-
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MONTROSE, PA. TH
AY 13, 1847.
gou is to carry about a hundred square
of sail. We ;hope, the ozloeriment may
rove mweesaful.—Rat. Poet I •
1 . • p BY nsaimitv. %
Bonaparte always chose hie Marshals on the
,eclectic prineiple ' Wherever be found one
eat quality he laid it under contribution,-- ,
he great error even with laminae men is, they
ring every one to a single Standard and judge
him lira single rule. Forgettinethe variety
every where visible in naturennd that the
beauty and harmony of the: whole depend on
the difference Jot:each part, they wish to find in
every man that proportion and balance of all
his qualities which would make him perfect.= ,
Disappointed in this, they seek the nearest ap
proximation to it; and hence prefer an ordina
-1 intellect, if well balanced; to a great one, if
great only in iiome particular 'direction. For
getting that melt a character is unbalanced,
only Lecause it has one striking 'uality, they
n i t
reject its aid, er content theMselv s with more
Prudent mediocre minds. is 'ay do for a
merchant, but not for a governme t or milita
ry leader. ' The collection of twenty thousand
epnrnion mindi furnishes no additional strength,
while the union of one-twentieth olthat num
ber, each of which possesses Agee in only one
4relition, gives irnmensepower. 'via true, .one
*ell - balance& intellect, is needed to control,
these conflicting energies, and force them to act I
in harmony on one great plan,Lor they will /
waste themselves on each other.. Bonaparte
was such a controlling mind, and he cared not
how one-sided the spirits wereihe gathered a
bout him, if they only had force; be -was after
power ; acting on this principle, he never al
lowed'a mat of any striking quality to escape '
him. • Whether it was the cool and intrepid'
Ney, or the ,chivalric Murat—the rookfaat
Macdonald, or tempestuous Junot—the -ibold
and careful Sonit, or the impetuous Lannes, it
mattered not. - Re needed them all, and he
thus concentrated around him the greatest el
ements of strength that man can wield. It is
fearful to see the spirits Napoleon moulded in
to plans,„and the combined energy be let -loose
upon the armies • of Europe. Knowing the
moral powerasA great and striking qualities, he
would haveno leader without them. In This;
he showed consummate knowledge of human
nature, espeCially of Frenchmen. Euthusitain,
mid the reliance on' one they never trusted in
vain, in battle, will carry an army farther than 1
the severest discipline. A company ? of con
scripts would follow Ney as far as a body of
veterans a common leader. '.. So would a col
umn charge with Lannes a 4 their head, whe t;
with a less daring and resoliteman they would'
break and fly. Moral power is great as phys
ical, even where every thing depends on bard
r bloos. Mid and 'will give o the body all
force—so do they also to aniarmy. The truth
of this was witnessed and prpved in our strug- .
glo with the parent eountry.i
Jean Lannes was born in Leetoure, a small
town in Normady, in April, 1i 69. " His father
was a humble mechanic, an designing his son
1 for a similar occupation, heliound him out, at
an early age, as an apprenLannes wouldpro bably have ice. Id-ordinarytimes, young Iv
mained in the humble stationiin whith his birth
placed him, and became a parable shoemaker
or carpenter. But the call which the Itevolu
tion sent forth for the militant talent of France, ,
could not be resisted, and yiliing Lannes ran
away from his master and ciliated as a com
mon soldier ,in the army. 54 , 01 after, be was
sent with the army that operated On the Pyre
nean frontier. Here he soon the two
striking traits of his , chartic4er—traits which
eminently fitted him for the scenes through
which his life was to pass-4ei reckless dar
ing and unconquerable resolelion. Thesequal
' ities shining ut in the heat ot battle and intim
Imost desperate straits, soon Ivan for him the
regard of his o ffi cers, and :holflis made chief of
rigade. Li thierank he foipt under Lefeb;
re, but soon after, for some tense known only
(to the convention, which, yet icarcely knew the
cause of any thing it did, hef, was deprived of
his commission, end returned i tnlPerii. Amid
the conflicting elements that surrounded the
young soldier in the French capitol, he soon
found work to do. An 'ar4mit Republican;
1 his bold politics and bolder nianner could not
longer escape the notice of government, and-he
was sent to the army in Itary. As chief of a
battalion at _Milesimo,' he co ''acted himself so
gallantly, and fought with anWh desperate im
petuosity, that he arrestedaoleen's atten
tion in the hottest of the
engagement; and hi,
made him Colonel on :the , spt.. . Creasing the
Po, soon after, under the enemy's fire, • be was
the first to reach the oppositebank ; arid final
ly crowned his brilliant exploits at Lodi, - -,where
he was made general of the brigade and soon
after of division...,
IXthe successive victories Of Mon notte,
'mo, and Dego, Napoleon reed al to
push on Milan. In his progress, he was forced
to cross the Adea,; t at Lodi. Twelve, thousand
Austrian infantry; and four thousand cavalry,
with a battery of 00 cannon, stood at the fur
ther extremity of the bridge he was to cross
to dispute its paseqe. Oa the first of Ilaylie
arrived at Lo& with his army, 'The Austrian
anon and .miskletry *began , iMmedistely to
play on. the bridge, so that it seemed impossi
ble to reconnoiter the ground. But Napoleon,
sheltering bit men i behind the homes pf the
iOllll, sallid'ont into the midst :of the.deadly
storm, and immediately arranged, bin plan.—
Forming a colubm of seven thousand: picked
Men, he ,plaited himself,it their, ead and - ruebt
id on the bridge; but the cannen 1. 'bane, and
grape shots' . ''. and. ; the .bulleta f f, of , t.Wie,tsP47.
it every inch of the narrow;. ;li - I, And tat ,
like milbeessant,shoker of Ili sOnont ii !
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bold assn WI stop ; t.
ainittotiby4boini . l‘
!Ulu Inivent and •
thousand bait skeet% &W O;
lOg straight into a o , oluuta of fire
moment, seeing 'the elves. A meted by the inatoluttes et ‘ Wash
tiralleurs that 'were fording , . stream beneath -'''. • ' -:`,,, seen-,
the arches , tfie soldiers. shouted ifcrivels:A s s: ....tiadesnY7;-net_ maim . ,
lerpublique 1"-and reeeiving the aim* of. earl.; `something technical
non-ball and grapisidurt on their% suishrinking ;whist Op* &ail
-bosoms, ntshestletian I. and' l .bayonetted i OM , Me compel 'Te; en
artillery-men at.,theiri, gun. - -11nmes was the orikismenis4
first.maa'amam, and Ausa VMS the see- egsl, - bin. 060 - aid MIR
ord. Bpioling his excited on• the Asia- matint - -"inureisallg it.
trim :ants' be snatched a banner from theen, 1114 whose name recalls
emy, and ,just A 3 he,ries ahou_tite seize,another "noblest spirit ci the-free
his horse sunk under hies. ; I. sk- moment, lie _ land. And- linens ‘wim
swords of half' a done c , ' :rs -g . littere4 - a-.' :desigisated - els4--zat tb
bore-him and his destvitation :, -..- . inevitable. 'der sage or aMt—iscit 4,1
But extricating himself with . credible 'net- nor the lifted cifrank÷h
tion from his dying 'steel, Is .. arose amid the of every condition, of hi
-sabre strokes that fell like lig, thing upon fen; faith, of, everlUativity t
and leaping on the horse of an . ustrian,officer; a .nre thud elevated I
behind him, slew him with a eagle stroke, and , wili'diatiact , ' is andieir
hurling him from his saddle, Muted himself'ir! ,sMiilcasitehnuditted hit
his place, and then, wheeling on the enemy; slip of the 'American
charged the cuirassiers like a hunderbelt, and' pay be - the - differences
fought his way through the single-handed; comparative merits of thi
back le his followers. It is id that Napidel" pcally reilisici this t
on never forgot the bearing of Lannes on . that that the ' ood faith .1111 l
occasion. The fury of a demo seemed topes, - country are solemnly ph
seas him, and. the strength of , a men appeir, ;We ulnae try t it 4 —try-it
ledto be concentrated in his ,t ingle arm. -.; No tay; trust-we
~ -' 41 7
wonder Napoleon promoted 416 on :the spat . 'ramified and Promising
His own dating amerechlessi enough, but Lan - inc._ narrow exclusiveness
ties was still greater, .and Wiseman almost a ie - to'systemi, rscieoces ci
miracle that - he escaped-death.; , -. of:the benefictM war to
'Napoleon, whom his soldier's here, for the a perennial fo;
first time, gave the title of "thOlittle corporal," tical as-theoret
in honor of his courage, was,: eVer after, seism; seaters should 1.
toured to speak of this sanguin ary struggle as vine s the intelli
"the terrible passage of the, ridge of Lodi.".
..0f human beings
It was by such acts. f heroic ~val or that-Liu- - When, atm);
nes acquired the sobriquet in e army of "Qr- ism that ISitliiti
t l a
lando," and "Ajax." , A few , orals after. he . truths of-natum ,
exhibited the same fearlessner of character. Ssearehes, 'from!
and headlong emerge , . at the p e
.passage of the' iii the stock i
Bridge of Arcola. During all
_thi bloody strsg- - pail:4 12str, - 3 4
gle, Lannes 'never left him ; but - advanceig gratOtees teem*
whn he advanced, charging like., fire by his tag o f all ; , wtoil
side, and covering his .perison with his body Verial science -:
from the bullets that! Mowed•every 'thing down tnisUnal—art ) ; i
around them, he received three wounds which din', and . her "-n
well nigh relieved him of his life. Hawes ea& throngs of disci
fering from a wound when he entered the hat- "plc' emulonsini
the, but it did not prevent him from doing deeds 'la t ; then, the;
of incredible daring. .Nothing shows the per- been performed
I sonal exposure and personal daring:of the gen- Smithson have'
orals, who, one after another, rose to marshals ,; , , As abegli
land dukes, more than the frequency with' which :pit so inter
they were wounded in their earlier career.— declared Au
Here, after three pitched battles, Murat, Nei, ens .-edifice '
Macdonald, Berthier and Llano, were all 'gents arere,
wounded. , . ed - tsi haled,
- site, and to ea
, that structure ,
.With suitable r#
I 'gane4 .l3l f ;rt ; fifti
rooms; and sigth,
Curiosities and relit
Oce. It is tier
bey tlie nnetinit
*TY-them out ,
the spirit the
their mina ill
tion,iiit - froin 4'
The Corner stone of the edifice of this Insti
tution was laid at Washington on.the ]stint.,
the eerononiciattentiing whickare spoken °rift
the Union as being veryinteresting and imp-
sing. A large concourse of people, the Presi-1
dent, Vice Preside n t, heads of the Departments,
honorable's, literati, fire., to the amount of five,
or six thousand, were in attendance,: and the
following address,.explatiatory of the net= of.
! the institution, was prolionneed. by Vice Prof-
Ident DALLAS. It in eminently worthy ofita
distingniihed author, and will, we are confident;
Lc read with profound pleasure:
FR lENial AND FELL O W Ctitarris :—lt has
been deemed proper that, at s' ceremony so'lll4'
teresting as the present to the. Smithsonian In
,its.chief officer shotild mike to you a
few general remarks eiplanatory . of ; its
its plan,.and its prospects. Letml . tlierefore,'
ask your attention ; ffigi4 inHlektik that du-_,
- oftheUnite_'q t - li - . '
~.ta. et,., y . -an i
act passed on the 10th Of Augu,st, list, ergan 7 .l
iced "ansstabliahment,' through ' l t i e instrit
mentality 'of which , to apply faithfully to ;
directed objects a legacy of five, hUndred then-,
sand dollars, received by our soverent un
der the will of a kliVosophio - 4 and benevoleat
Englishman. This ' &italic/tome is com
posed of our highest, public functionaries' for
the time being—the President, the Vice Pres.'''.
ident; the Chief Justiec;'and the , headsof the
'six executive departinenta; with :' the;Ceinmis
' aloner of the Patent-OA* and ,the 'Mayor, of
`'Washington; aiid,, as- the -active equncil
„ ' or
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