Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, June 2, 1837, Page 1

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated June 2, 1837 Page 1
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BY M.B. STAOT. FRIDAY. 'I'lic fiillouin iiiiIpIp, fintn llio OniRMin.it J Clnoiiirlr, linn? iipon ii ilic impir? of iiHpir.iticui. I( rliow ( how r.ijily I ho penc-i t nf pciiin r.ni Inill nv tlio ni'jfl irillinj Mibjerl. The ppti of no nidinary tnind rmi M li.nn imparted lliu pl.ijfitl di;jiiiiy In n Hnen rag, which .Mip. Siirmiuiry hi iImhuii nrntiml il, 'I'lirir will lie few uhjrriiun In liirriuy niliiv, if iliclr "riicil of linen" nlunje ircrhcso tinniiliful mi iipo.llirm'i-". TO A Klllini) OK UN-TIN'. Would llii'y rurpt rlcnirr ! IIimii'i' ;i lillriin tlncil Of lillOII lefl lirllilll'., II lite leplOMI'll To nil Kiiml linii'i'H ifrri. Itiglit glad nml, Tint no nriil Inly, linin'il in iiilcirni limiM Of pml.lini; m.il.'ic unit r-.nnitrr unik, Anil t--pr Uli'rs Minnil) of Iiiiirltolil fine, limb h.ipprii'd hnr to spy llicp, .She, nn dnnlil, When ImuMi'!; ilirminli Iiit epsrtnrlp.-', uonld ony. "This rnnir-i of ir.idni.; Imoks" or eumr. spiuee bi'.iit, K--.-Ttir mill lilb-lundrd Ii nl he rli inr.M To i'i-lliy liplit"fiipi'iHrii, 'mould he, - " I'll if" riiiiir.-! of hi im- pnrliv." Well ivr.ll Pome I'm ill (ifh'iiili'i !-lin, I'iioii finlii In Miy Cnnsl t In hi Ii) I j ilinnalil, or ipi.iinl c uncoil Itrp.ij ilus -id., ih:it I h.nr mil lor thf-p? I'rjjin nl nlpliii, i mt ii'nilip llijfi'lf Inln lliine rlcinrnu, I mm. i;v u'k ' And lutein, I Inn Hourr of II is, t liirti oirl o'er nur.ii) Tlint fi'iiilr find, uhnr ni!ili'y Mints flrrtrli'd His mil iiiiiiiriiloii.. ),(( ihj" lilnnin Tincm, iho' m'hii'U, ihr-r New I-'n;l.iiid mli.'. I'll', lo! ill" ."nidi fit iit't- lift hi In.du', To i'iii.i ilu lioni", mipiivi mid hi. ii'., Willi km liirl'M lic.nl, a.nl rr lirimfnl of dil'l, Tliy (iliioiw tii'ius, Willi li.itilul lontli diiidi'S. 1 In'.ir :i loi. c of miuiemnl heboid, The. inililv il.mi.rl .-inni'il) hi lur ulirrl, OVIidelij tmr fide, ihe iii-tie towr fin, I'd i Inner, slirrud vr Krietlv dmli ri.nnl The iii.i.o-j ol skriiu. v tiii li h.iiuiiil: on tin- wnll tnnnm-th, d , h (,iV. IV, rli.iro- hi- ilionjln, 1 oi ir.rn huw di rpi'f iijiin!' ili.in vmidkmi Jllie! Is o ili nl. Mini: uli. it n iliiifu wil'o Tin- nini.l w ill m.ikn. anil In') v Iih d.iu .lirlvrs Snill s i lii'ii-.uli dm urit ,,f (jiddcn ( iei-f, M.iilr lii licr ili'vr oiw Ii unl u liili- in.uiy n kry And poi nf 1'niii'i hi hi 11 l.oi Inn or, Mny, iriiyinijiMiril. on liisili.ii! nppr.ir, In iiuiv lliiink'ii 1114 co.il-. I'.iin wi n'd I ,i-k. Minn own r.Yu- Kml.ind, lor thy onn Im'd wheel, Jlv mf.i mid pi. inn, ipun. .ipl,n:'d Why dn-l ill. ,11 Imiii-Ii I'ioih inv rn In-li" 11 ill 'Hint ohl H'piiii h.np, jihfiic in.iy'ij-111IM I)jppji-i.i, nsilie inir..ir'.KIi pf idV fl.ill MsnrifM .Siiiil'.--iniiii TlKirtiiia no uppiI In ilni,p ;;iio( 1 ini'.-i of iiim riiili.iliciiiv, Am! win liv. of ".idilini nml f,r inoio Of hnnip tint n, l'-.n t-f'-ll (omfoti. ir.o'p.l nippg In iiidn-ti , nnd hp, 11 in;. mi,-!i ',iiii, A-j wenlili miglii net m- pin rli. imi. I1111 rniiir Im 1;, 'J'hoti fiord of limn, 1 did Iri iIipp dmp In nn Ii.m .insii" iih w i.-rr ones h.ir. Imm 'I'Iii-itiip.nl of llirir diM'oniM'. Wli.il win lliy lot U lii-n iIip ioni;h luiiim of ihr limni h.iil fiic'H'h'd An I Knit ihy cinru-. mid iIip i hrinitl 'I liy In oh n complexion hleirh'd. Mriliiii!; I fi-iiii Sump iilionncr.ir) , ili.n tniii l, tin r nut A dcfniii l pillmi c'ih. Did ili(. nim jjiir.-i ' To ilir Iipi 1 li.itn'.i 1 ii-hi i'd p'ri--.idndii; 'Mipmiohv uliiiritri- ol iln ficlipii'd joiiili Iidin ihy MiniH I or Fiinu. mvrrl Inli: I'onr iiF pin c dii-inn ol inniicpiicr on 1 tn(.. ; !Siiv , Ii:ii 1I1011 li-irnM 10 1 li ii-U oitp'ti ino.tii, VV hriijlii'ic w.h ip in (innfiii: J -01 sdntink li.n k 1'ioni 1I10 diir liiMiiii iifihp pmiid in.inV liuiwl Or cm Iipi nl Ii 0111 wiling Ijy.itiiv'rf 1 r.'l !i-ii fi"h A liilc of iinlold l.nu 1 ' a fiiill, idofT nml mnip ! ' Will irll no hPi irif. Ii:i 1 Well Mini, .i down Willi nil ihy hnil-l;ppt h.imd iifniiii.tii loiu In mniffij mid imstrri, (,riiihnii linn llio p.tppr mill, mill Iroin iij.Hii liiiiipf-r nnd finnoih, ciiipiup. Ilnppv i-h ill lie 'J'lw iriiii.i ion, if on 1 tu liirp.ifjo i-n 'in uinl uinli. iln ir lid'.oii.l linp.uncni1 'iinr for pi.du my. iS.iri,i!l ihiiio pftd ttr ttriliv lit liy l.inh. nnd wuillilrr Inrd 'i'lii;ie !ijiothpofic in.ijimi.ilisc I,. I), ii Tr.MI'KUANCH. 'rhoitjli I Inol. old, jpi l mnPiinii2 liifly i l''or in my jnnili I iirirc did npplv I Jul iiml trlii IIiiiim liipiot in inv Idnod J Nor dull with iinli.n-hfiil fnirhr.id una 'I lie liiPiiiis of ur.iknrfH mnl di liiliiy ; 'l liricfoir tny n-je is in -i hi-iv intrr, I'"io.-ly Ijiii l.iiidli. As l"on J.i.c U, il.-i.J , K10111 Clinnitirifi' JMinglmigli J011111.1l, TIJH LOSK FLOWKItS. A f C ITCH TlllV. It wns n lipniilifnl tinirnin in May, wIipii .Irnnio Gray, wiih u muuII b Hi; in lior Iinnd Iiml; hrr Iravo of Hie fo rni -ti- iissc o( ))ry law, mi t he ixpiniiinii of irr mf. ve.'ir'H lorm nf c-nrvirc. b'lio Imd Inn n rhurt (lialnrico lo vnl;, o iK vil'apij of F,l. finglon, nboul iliroo niili'H oil', hnpo; l(.r tlfsiiiiniion. Aaflic pus.-'dl down tlio lano IcadiiiO; from llio farm 10 t he main road, two or llirco fair-h.-i iroil children came t)iimi(ii!T)ver a stilo in hor piilc, and cliin illi'nliiuiali'ly nroiind ihoir I:. to nlifiidnni'i 'Oil, Ji'iii'.wlmt (or man n yon ;,'an awny. Mama wailna let us tec you out' on llio road a hit, but wo wan nvviiy to you by rinin round the Blnuk-jnid." 'Jcnnio b) nml t?till, as lliu olilht of her charrps Fpolso lhm nnd Enid, "Morion, you fdinuld linvc mair hpii'l than lo coirii) whon your inolhor for. liadynu. Hin ti way bad!, Iilio yuiilo Imrns' cdiiliiiuod f-hc, cartinT ilium Itindly; 'r in nway hoino. I'll may ho como and sre you nynin.' 'Oh bo t-uro and do thai do Geauic, Eaid thu oldpfl. .'Come bach ofiii).' cried llio younger ones, as I hey lurncil Forrowfully invay. From fiich mafha of uflVction, dis-'playcd by thoie wlio had been under lior coro, nur rradi'r8 may conccivo that Jennie (Jray was pnFgetfed of enpngiiii; and (iirnnblo qiialilie?. Tins wan indeed the i:nHo; a moro niodcut nnd hind hearted crea ture icrlia;i8, never drew the brrnth of life yeparnlotl tit an early oj5o from her parcnlH Iiho so ninny of 'ior class. - lint clai-a so perfectly reprcponlcd in the chnrnctur of Jenny in Iho (Joltcr 0 Saturday Night- i' lind C'liidueled lirrtn-lt, in Ijie Hrvrral inilii's which ulie had oiDen-d. in nirh a way ns in arqnire imifnriiily ihelr love nnd riMeem .ioiio! nust r'fs", 11 i.s iro nre M'.'iicidy n It (ii lo aiipuciiili; a 00ml nod du 1 1 fit I f.'ivniu, and ofihM c'nt-s was Mm. Hni'lli. nf Drylaw. a cold .haughty. mja. true ful wiiinnti. who havinjr mfl'-red by bad refvani.', had roiiie lo .idt umm iho hf-l ol tliein ih (mi Mir lid wnrlo-rs f.ir tin' P'Miny leu. I o Mteh a prrini, the- lim diiy and rivorvi) wliie.li il'i-iiiioulied .lennii' Oray'r nl arncirr in n I'lnb, soriiii'd onlv a ?i;rcpn. c-u nn 1 I v and il-liliTa't lv risniii'dj and iho ininl di-innpp wliip.ti Mrs iSmi'li preM?rved, preveuied her from even dir.--novering her error. Fvcplini: f"f Hiounlio ol Hi" clu'dren, 1 hen litre,' it is not. lo be wotnliTed at that .leauie full 110 loorct iH li'ti vino 1) lnw. Ilrr ili-nii.Tinii. on ilepartinrr from her 'atn lifnie, was, as w- liiive already mcu li.iiipd. iho vii;n;;e o Hlinition. and il llow neei'fFary Hint Wu r-lnmlil "dlVllli) 11 more iinnnrlnnl maiter h) wna iroinir lliere tub - lO'irrji'd .leauie Cirav cuild not In.' called a bi'itiiMfnl y ir), yet her eiii ernn iiioiifrii pnio ciiiiitlcnniice, h"r poll diirl; eyo Mini ;.:ln.y hit ir. and mm -wliat linudr-omo I'urui, hud nilrnfrd not a lew admirer-'. Her niHriin mini fair, hmvvrr h.id been enrly dpcnlrd ; and ciicniiHHin . ee.s under which it was about lo limught 10 a hapny iii-'iir, wore uiiit honornhlt) lo Imlli .parliiM iritcrnMi'il. At Iho nno ol i ioliieoii. .Trniii-'V Iwarl had been ihuil'Ii' and won by William Atn-lio. n vnitty 1 raili'Fiiinn m I lie ni'ialiborinj; lown. D.'ep I ' "tl. 0' 1011 that Kprnnjr up beiween the pair boi 1 liny cimii'.iiiipu iirudenco with nur, nun ri'niivcil. nller llllldllio' I lli'lll?!.'! V(' by Iho fimp'e Invo vows nf their cla??. 10 defer their uii'ou iniiii lliey th mid linvo earned rnou;ii to onuro ibem a happy and ceni,'i.rinl)e linine. For .ix totijr i.'ar. hail Miey been jnio 1,1 caeb other. 1 hntili Ihey hud met only at rare i.-.tervaN .during 1 be wledn of nm peri.id. Hv indiwiry ami ir-"id conduct . William hod maiiatred to la v bv lite utm of forty pounds, n oreai deal fir one in In, MaUon ; nnd ibi jnned w'ub .1 aiue'rt leeper earum;.', had liticourac'd them to jrivn nwny to iho .nrr eberits'ied winhes ol'iheir lienru. A bid.and a hen , or a nnitafio with Iwn npartnieiii., bad been 1. 1 ken and Mmi'i-hod by William, and the weddmo; v.v- to take place on the day folliiwine iho May term, 111 ilu: h-iii-o nl the bride'- fir-ior "in-law. W ij lefi Jennie (Jray on her way frntn tlie faroi-liiiiisi! of hrylaw. After her iiioinetitiiry reirrft nl pi rt w wil Ii the chil dren, whom 1 be ali'.'Ct ionale creature d. ar iy lov d, n-- flio was disposed to i v."y U'nir thin;; arninid her iiiuiil rovoried tint, n -nMy In the objoct that liy nearest h"r liPiif. The h";,'1!! run rt'i'iiv-! F.nt It'-) ellp"rin;r ir.'bntiri! I lirot)rli the lijht frcv clouds of tin- vnii 11 h-iirnnier, revivife'd lree-ica.t their tdiades over hr path, the me'ry Inrl: rose leanincly from ilu; ll-ld-and the uparrnw elii-nii.'d (roin the Imde at her side every ibinif nroiiiid licr breath ed ol happiness and joy. ami her mint! -non btielileneil into unison wi'it 1 It" plea-Mii" inlLietiees. Vet evet and niton a flu m it nf IIHli-Tnlioble eoioliou Ibrilleij tlirini;l I he maiden's heart, nnd made ler clierl;--th'uigli unseen, vary in hue. At an amle ol the toad, while slio nviviii;; aloti, nb. s.irbeil in her own lli ui.'hts, a innnlv vnine exclaimed, .leunie !' and a well known form s'flrtrd up from a .seat on lliu wayside. It wo William Ain.-'ie, The conver-e which followed, as 1 he 'joir.ithcd pair pursued their way and hidopon I her lien rli to each "other, we cannot, cnd -IihII nut, iilteiupt to det'Ctlbe. After .Teaiiie had parted for a time with William, and was quietly seated in her sis-ler-iu law's boue. u' parcel was banded Into to her from .1 lady in whoso service (hi! had formerly been'. On liin"; opmed. il was fon nil to contain Font" beautiful artifi' inl (lowers, winch the lady declined a-' a presi l to nd'Tii tie1 weddmi? cap ; an oriiam',nt tenrdin w hielf bride? amono the Scitii-li ppnsaiilry are ralhet- partici lar. The Itindoeiia disiii.iyed in the ;ifl. tinre than its value, nd'eeled Jetiuii's heart, and brought learn 10 her eyes, rshe li'fed the ll'iwern lo her cap, nnd wn plcnseil to henr her Fis'er in lawV prai-es of their beautiful 1 fleet . Fatal present, hut let ijg nut anticipate. The wctldinjr came and passed, tint no cotupan'ud with boisitcus mirth nml up. roar, but in quiet cheerfulness, for Will, tain, i:e Iih bride, was praeeful 111 his lar-tns and habiis. l,.;i iho rnnler then nippnse (he feMivo occasion over in decent order, and the newly married pair nealed 111 their new, lioit--erheir ta,'i luui-Je m dm tier, on (he following day. William had been at his work that njornin as liu wn wont, and Ins yytiii wifo lind prepared their humble and neat dinner. O'i ! how delicious was that find lo both! Their bappinefs was almost too deep for lnnuiio. !ioo;a of inteiii-u nir.'Ction anil leudurncsu vn:o its only expression. "A mnuii be n truant, Jennie, to nii;hl," paid the husband. "My comrades in ihoHliop inauu line a foy frae me, eince wo conldna ai Ihcin a' lo the weddin;,'. yo ken " "Surely," paid hi.-, wife, raiiiiif; her timid, cmiliilni eyes to his face, "whatever you think right, Will tain; I ken you are nao waster, nnd they wad line i-hown the emtio kindness to you." "I hope, you'll lind mo nae wanler," return ed her liUnbiinil, Fiinlinir j "nor tun I fenr'd for yon tiirntii!.' nut nno, either, Jeanio lass, tliouali you was sue very b'aw nboul llio bend last nij'ht " I'y Iho direction of his ovoh lo the artificial (lowers winch l.m! adorned her wedding can, nut! winch were lyinjr on the lop of her new island of draw em nl the moment, Jennie raw lo what her husband alluded. "Oh, the (lower !" i-aid she, blushing ; "they didna cost ino mite KJo, William." The converpnlton of the pair wns nt tin moment intcrrup'ri! by tin- c lit 1 one ol Mrn liuiith, of Drylaw, who inruiioned, with 1111 appearance of kiiidm s, that, hnv HliT been nccidculally 111 Elsdugtnn thai unv, 6lie liQU l Ii 0 11 tit it lie r uuly to uav a ftiendiy vl.il lo Jennie nnd her uofiduian. Whether curiosity had fully as much hlmn in liritiirui;; abent the vi-n us fru iidlv fo I ing. it tutillers not. Jetiuie and William received her as berntne her rank, nnd I ho relation in whieh ih forinnr Imd lately fliiod recardnirr her. IJiend and cheese were broitehi not , and fdio. was prmsrd to nMu ii drop of the b"st liquor they pospCKS ed. Alas, how piidden nre the revnlntinin in human nfr'itrs ! Thu party wire in the muNi of nn nioicablo .rouvomiliott, when Mrs'Smitirs eye liaopfii"d to ho cnutrhi by the b.iquet on the irp of the drnwei,', and a reniarknble change wap nt once observa ble in her manner 'Jeanie.'taiil site, with deep ernp!ia-is nnd rising nng.'r, 'I did not 'expect to find my flowers lying thereHay not a word-l i-'en it all you luice horn a thirf thpre is llio evidence of it I (ball no! Mav another infant in your heme !' On savino ihe infuriated and rroklo--- wo. man lushed fmni the dwelling i'l llio won (ler.str iclion p. nr. Jennie, n already tneii tinned, wa- timid nnd innil '.l lo 11 Inu't. When hor late mislto-is lints aii!ri"f-ei' her she nioliooe'd to rpenk, h'H could not. though l hi blnoil ru-heil to hrr fnee, nnd her lufom heaved rniivoKiv' ly. Wh"u!-fi nlotie with her busboifl i-he turned vr eyes wildly toward hint, and n fl mil of Irii"? pii-lii'd over her.cle'eki'. Vhot thou. 'lit Wil'inni of nil this? His emotion was -nareoly le on hen-ing the nceiHiiti'iu I ban hi wife's ; nnd recollecting her . -;. trig that the fl iwors cost her noihing, n'as ! he feared I hot the charge wn' hut too true. The nviro than feminine delicacy n:t;i liitrdiiy of bis wife's imtnrc wns not fully known to him, and her vnireless ngitati ui appeared loo like at: inability 10 conl'otetiio imputation. He rose, and while Jctu.ip. -till incapabio of utternTire, could only belt! op hr"r hands depreeaiingly, he cast on l.er a irlnno of mingled Furrow and rebuke, and left 1 lie room. His wife--ht bride -trirkeu in tin- llr.-t flns'i of her inalrimo Dial j 'V and pride sunk from bur chair on his departure insensible ! U wns rather late, from a muo t hat has been nlrc.11 y alluded !o, before Wm, Ainslifi ictiirued houie that ngtii. His wife had re'ired lo rus, but her hp! or in law, who had been pent fur-by Jeanio. was in wnit ui'T for him, and ro'valeil Hi!' utter false hood of Mrs OrniiriV accu--iiion, p!io having ben an evB-wiliT? ofiho rrc-ipl of the II 'Wcr.w, as a pre'ieut frmn nn-itlier lady - Take care o' Jeanio, Willnim,' paid'ihe siMer-iu-law: v lie is ill n eharrri: ' Hint kind is enough lo kill lir.' This pi-die. lino iitihnpiiily had truth in it. On ihe o'e-uiiig morning, the young wife was rav ing ineolioronily. in a stale bet ween t-lu n. bar and waking. A dei.p flush remained pertn i,v ol ly upon her ooi'titenance," most unlike the usual fainter of Insr 00m ple;;ion. Her inottered exclauiati'iii' shocked her husband tu the p ml, 'Ob. Wilhn'ii. you b-heved 11 ! Jut ii' no i me n's let true i is fnlse !' v. ih ill? lanijjuage she continually murmured -'tilth. Medical skill wis k p . dily peon to 1c necesary. iiidlhe surgeoi) who wn-- called n'orni-'d William, that in Ooa-nrqneneo of -trmig excitement, incipient pyinptonis of hrnoi fever had made ilpor iip'penranep. The irut'ist quiet was pj.-pribed, and blood withdrawn frurn the leiopiesin considerable qiiaoiiiy. For a time, thrse and oilier remedies Roeincil to give relief, and toe poor husband never lefl Iho pid"- of Iho suflerer. Indeed it cometb as ifhho could not hour him to beab-eni; hermuiil always reverting, when he was out of her sight, to the idea that ho beheved 1 lie ob.irno which had boot made aifainH her I'n-ever. The olt repented a -sn ranees to the con. Ir.iry, from his own hps. seemed at leng'li ti produce eonvictiui, for s-lie nt last v;ii silent on Iho subj.:ot. Uut the charge the blnw--had Uruck too deep. .Tor. nioA inslio if we liny oil her by n nnino pIip was .'pat iued n t-tio rt 11 time to bear fell niter two or three day' illncus into a state ol stupor, winch continued with MidM nnd rare intervals, nnd on the eighth day ufior her nop' in h, her pure spirit departed. Willinn AuiAlte had cliown on many no casiena in !i!', ffrptji lirmnessand solf.coni mati'J, and now though deep biifl'-oi'ig ivai written on his b-ow, In undo, with at least external composure, the rccpisiio proparn lions for laying in the yrnvo the ipmnins of hor whom iiu had lnvtd po long and so Iru'y. A to retribution upon the person who had been iuslrumeutal through incon sider.ite lia-tiuep? only, it i lo bo hoped, in producing his ni'sery. I he bereaved Inwband thonglil not nf eal'iog for it. Vet it did come, lo a certain extent; fir our errors seldom ,ii,, even in Ins life, without a pang nf punishment and remorse. 0 'veral d.iya nfior charging iho innocent Jeiu'o with the abduction of hor (1 iwors, Mrs Huiiih of Drylaw, found, by n discov ery of hor now borvaut, that onu of her younger children, impatient lur the flower ing of a nia'-bus-li in thu little garden nigh tlio fdrm-hou-H), had lighted upon iho niVi licia! b"qtiet in her mother's ilres.sing..rnom and had carried it out. mid ptucl; it upon the bush. There the (1 iwors were accor dingly found, nnd Mrs Omiih who was l.ir from being an evil intent mum! woman, did feel regret nt having charged the 1,S upon Ihe oinllles. Ignorant of all ihnt had passed at HUiugion in the interval, hit'' determined to call at William Anir-lio's on her flrtit viril lo the village, nnd cxnlain her 111 lot a I-o. Thai call wni made two ilaynnflor Joan ie'ii deatli; nnd 011 Mrs SmithV entoiing the room, she fitiiul William Filling by hh U 'ron veil heatili, with lm Msior-iu-law. nnd another kind neighbor bearing him coin, puny. 'Oil by the bye those (liwurs !' snid lliu unwelcome visiter, in a imio and in a 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 r wh eh .-ho muiiit lo b-i con d 'sei uling and ui.-ununimg, 'how Mirry 1 am 'or wiml bar' ue I n ti-mt l e -o flow' r! WIlH' (1 Moll t 1 uli I ' 0111 1 il ill, (llu r all? ii u in- lei 1 111 tie' mi ii 11, w'ur J 111 111,1 lud imt lm in And 11 w I 0111 liofuyl 11.111 porry for it, nnd hopu tha it will ho nil ov

'illinm Aiurlio Imd ritioii 1. lowly during 'Ii's extrnordinnry ppoeeh; and now, rai.-ing h finger lowii'ds hi- lips, he nppimched nml tool; Mrs Omi'h by llm hnnd, beckon i'"r nt the panio time to fho two women who were soniod with h1tn. They peemed iiUuitivfly to comprehend his wi-'hes, and 'i-ing, moved ionrd the l)..d, nroiind liteti Hie curtains wore elo.iely (Irawu vViilinm lending forunrd nl.-o liie utiroei. liiig'ntid howiideied vnilor. The women (row iho eurlnina nfido and William, fix i ig his oyoH 011 Mm Smith, pointing silent ly to Iho body of bis wife, shrouded in the cerements f death lying with the pnlo onrovrred face unturned to that heaven for ubich her pure life had been a fitting pro le. ration. The wretched and fab-o neeuser 'T'tfud with clinni'iiifr cohr on the e.ortwo ol "" iin) innocent, nnd, turning her eyes a m mien on Hie Htlent. faces nroiind, that re garded her mom ins pnrrow llian in nnfrer. plio uttered a groniuif anguish as llio Irtith broke on Ii-t j then burning from Iho hand which hold bur, flic hastily departed from the house. There m 1ml,, now to add to this mrdnn. eholy rtory i wnich, unbapilv, is hut oo true. Tlio Imlc wo hnve to add. is but in accordance with iho tenir of what has boon 1 old. After the burinlofhis Jennie, Willinn Aiti-lie departed from F'ptng'on r.nd what worn his future firiuncs, no "one cm ten, lor he r.ever was poen or heard of again in Ins tint iv j plane. A- for the un happy woman who was ihe occasion of the lat'iptiinblu catastrophe which we have re lateil, she pi ill lives to deplore the rahnepc of which ho was guilty. L"t us hope '.hat the en-cumiance will have nn iuflu rnco on her luturo cnnluct, nnd not be without us moral chicacv in the minds of our n ndors. A V F B CI'i'NltlTrtT I V K . Wo do not l;iiow when we have read nny thing moro painfully nfi'ecting, than the ul'j uned iireonnt of a murder, deliberate ly comm'tted by a father upon his lour cliildreii. The dreadful deed was perpetra ted in March, nt ihr; par'nli or JiiEfonl. near Nottingtiam in Iviolaud. The rhil dren wore ng 'd ten eight, five nnd two ears ropptcively. Their mother wnsdend. Tun father-murderer is n man of thirty live 1 laborer, descybed as a man of kind dts--Million and rjeod charaeter, and noted fir 'bi-j nttCBliinout to his children. The fearful i.eed apiienrs to have b..'pn committed under 'be influenc" of a morbid feoliog of inNery. v :ajtoued by pecuniary cli.-i rr;s -yet firccn couth was in couptant t'lnploynient. and re 0 'lvim; ihirlcen s!iil'.ing a week'. The lit- 1 ie F'ln'-n.m wore lino horilihy children, and much lilted by their nuighbors N. V. Com Adv. "" 'J'oeims Grcensmiili of Disford (tlic tntir dororlhaving been cautioned by the or 011 :r. rn.i': f live in the vnrd next to this hoo.e. and .Mr. Mark Woodward is my latrl'ord. .1 went 00 Monday morning liM to lfcdgo on the Inrtn of Mr.fi. ttrowii, nt lie'-twood f'nrk. I remained there nil day, nnd retii'iied Ii one in the ovoning about seven o'eloelf When I got home' I look something to rut. stni.i in the Iioiho about hall' an h .iir, nnd ihen went 10 the Seven Shars public hotwe, uonr the Lethor 1! d 1I0. Netiinuham, where I had a cup nle. -- 1 then returned honYit. I walked aliuio iho whole of the way. and reached ihsfori! be tweeo eleven and twelve that night. I mot Mr. Joioph Woodward (who is ibe father of Mr. Mark Woodward my 'land lord) in iho yard; ho asked uiq about thi? rent, and I toM htm 1 had arranged with his pen in pay it lb" next WendiiOfdny but one; ho told me ho would have il next uvirniii:!; I told htm il wn impossible for me lo give it htm the next morning, but that ho should have it in Iho course of thu next week : he paid ho would not be put off in Uiut way. and il I didn't get it ready in the morning, he would take my goods 1 1 bought, if ha look my goods, Hint I pIi. u!d have no hoii-o nn where to go to no hoino nor 11 nl'ing and that bolero my children should be turned into the p'reets. and be penarntcd from them I would puffer what the Inwwould pea-e to clap on 1110. (The pri'onor hero patiped, and it was very apparent that groat emotion was parsing AWi'iin Ins bo-iotn. but nfior ho iiml answer, rd two or three question, ho ropuined nnd described to the jury in the mot minute detail, nnd with tho greatest composure, ns follow-)! '"CoronerDid you turn your housekeep er away that nig'u ? I'rH'inor I (old hor fdio must go ; nnr' I iolemlei! her lo go nut nnd not etny there that night C iMiicr Did yo'i go up stnirs ;i3 noon ats the was gono ? CrUonor No. I was nut willing lo part with my children,' so I made up my mind to strangle Lhuin ami 1 did it with my handkerchief. Coroner When did that idea first conic into our mind ? Prisoner Not till that night after tall; ing to Mr. Woodwaid, I did not proceed up flairs immediately after my housekeeper lel'u I pinul 111 Hie liou.-e place about 1111 hour I then wont up ki airs, nnd went di rectly into the children's room. I thiol; siitiiij of ihein wero awalio, but I don't know parlienlarlv. The 1 11 rent that Mr. Woodiud gave 1110 caused 1110 lo do wlint I du!. Thorn wero two in into bed and two in tho niliur. I 1I1111!; I tool: my haiiilker eliiefout of my pocket when got up slims, but d ui'i know where. I went to tho bed where Iho two youngest lines wore lying (Mark and Ann!; 1 think Ihey were not nwako nl tho time. I kissed them nil, shook bauds mid lindo ihnn good byo, h i fore I do-troy d them, In loss than a nun ut ci filti-r i got into the room I he'guu; 1 took llm youu j ;est (Mark) first. 1 twi-tcii nr. hnnulieriliii f 11 bit nml put it n uud Ins ti -Mi, mi l U d it in n f- t . m:'j. 1, ,0', 1 t m n 1 alu r ot 1" hu I, " 1 i li'H di 11 tt, l.i ci of tli" I and tu-ico acrom 1 dr w it ti'rli1 hit il d n 0 1 won'- , It'., u lol lirM "h 1 1. I'lio -r soi.or, ti 'i Irs r Until 11, dr w f kcri'liiif in llio fir t . 1 1, toitguo is billon. 1 had a eandlo with me in I ho chiiinhfir ; J Flood in the chamber, hut do not know Mint I looked nt it white i' wns si tangling ; I h. lievo I did nut lool; nl it. I kept tho handkerchief on iljt in ok five mintiirs. I then took it oil', nnd the child nppeared In bo dead. I did not pee that it bin) at Iho mouth, ni 1 did not look at it in iho fnco. It did nut serenm Never a nno ol thntn over winced. 1 went lo Ann next, nnd tied tho handkrrohirl round her ihrnnt in iho ramo way. When I lint! tliro'lleit Ann T veenl ilnwo rtnirH hind fluid ncnitHt Iho fire for a few minutes. I stood considering ; and thought I might as well Piiff.rfor I hem nil 11s lor two. I then wont up ptntrs again, and wns go ing tip to Iho bed where Iho other two lay (the bnl under the window, in which John nnd William, Iho two o'doit boys wero.) wiien u iHinin jumped nut ol b'd. ran nero-stho floor, jiml got into Iho linl whore Ann and Mark lay, which is the ciupo they arc all in ono'bed. I I bought ho had seen mo strangle the other two. As bo ran across' the floor, bo raid, "Pray, father, don't do me so." I ihen tied lh handker chief round I he biggest hoy's neck ( John'.-); I did nut look In sen if John pt niggled, but wont and snt down on lliu lied Side ngaiu-t Wilhnm, nnd mid to him. "My lad, we'll all share our foto ; when I'vo do'uo you I shall hneo nobody to think of but iny.'elf, and il will be mv turn next," and ho never spike more. Tlmy none of them over winecd', nnd I will lake my onh never ornjd out. I then wont and tool; tho hnnd kerchief off John, nnd tied it round Will iam's nook. When I tool; the hnndker chief 1 'ft' John's neck, he appeared to be quite dead. Willinm made no resistance : if ho did it wns the least 111 the world, n I ijave him no chance, and ho never peream nl nut al nil. As soon 1 had tod Iho handkerchief nn William's nock,' I went oown stairs, whore I staid fur more than an hour; I then went up Flair-? again, and sat ori the bd ?ido where William. Ann, and Mark lay, till about five o'oloek. I then look the handkerchief off William's neck, nnd put il in my hat this is il (inking a cotton handkerchief out of his hat and holding it up lo fhow the coroner.) 1 shook hands with I hem all, as 1 thought tl would lie the la it time I should see them. and started. Conner When von destroyed the children, had you any idea of destroying yourself? Prisoner No. I know I should lie taken in n dav or two. I know 1 shall hive lo suffer what the law will inflict up on mo. Coroner Jow old are you, Green smith ? Prisoner--Thirty five. j nts cioseu tlio case, and llm jury im mediately returned a verdict "V "wilful murder against Thomas firoon--tnith." Tin: prisoner was not in 1I.0 lea-t nfl'.-oJ. oil liy Ibis verdict, but, on the coii'rnry, as tvioti ag bo had delivered his testimony, hie c tunlPiimru brightened 1111, and lie appear o I more cheerful than during the examina tion of the wiinep-jep. PENNY TIIMATIllCALy IN 1,0 N. DON. MtiiDLr.sr.:: Countv (Joear, Kings-rule slrrcl, 1 tiiirsdnij. I In mnii wot drew Pi mill's curtains. A chtmney sweep of tii.o very darkest fine, 0110 whoso couuion. n no'! indicated n most singular combination of African iighnoss with Kurupran enii. ning. was summoned by a good uatured looking broad maker, for tho cum of 0--. the price of a pqnaro ofgla-s, which Iho -aid artificially sable defendent, it was u. h'god, had broken, while rehearsing "Jim Crow" in front of the plaintiff's shop. Mr Dubois (to tho plaintiff) Are you positive tint the defendant did it purposely? Plaintiff Oh. yes. quite. I peed him put Ins warnnnt of a head right through. Commissioner Did nobody see him bo. sides your-olf? Plnintifi- Not ns I knows on; hut I've expected it litis ear last throe mouths; fact is. he belongs to t penny theatre, nml ho nnd n good lot more 011 em ns lives down tho coutt ns my shop's nt. the corner on, comes in front of tny rlmp to rehearse; I'sposo its'causc of iho oven ns is under neaMi em;aiid as they usually comes jest ns I'm gottin 111 my s-ecood batch, why in course il regularly nnnoyg me. Well, ho conic on thu C!) h of this onr wery month, and nrter iluiiciu a bit shuvos hw nasty ennni-ter clean in through. "IIul low!" pos I, nml hots hint a s-owero nil with my hand, brush. "Ilnll'w" po 1, "whore i.s you a eomiu to go?'i'15aek again. Mis tor Mai-tor." sos lie. ''Worry well." sea I "young elnrgy, and I hopes your prepared to drop the tin for the iiowdaeiotiij dum ages n-- you've dune.,1 Don't yer wish ynn may get it?" sod ho. "Yes,' pes I "my flue snowball, and you shall sec as how I will gut it," pes 1. "What's thu prico iv latere now:'1 pes he. "Oh," pes "ynn never tukos nulhiti out of ronch." "No," sos he, "but I plied like to have onn of yaur later racks lo pond to our l!ritisi nuisoum." "Would ye," pes I. "Vou'ro tiio buy fiir the fat pot," pes he. "What d'ye mean?" sea 1. "Oh," pes he, "you don't burn no gas; iho fat out nf 1I10 wit. lies ns you hakes makes prune Into; (lout J' old plinrt weight?" "Now, MlB'-er tiuinniy," res l.'-arler your trying In 'alio my rli? rnctor nwny," I I! jjst make von prove your wonls."' When that we jest had a lm of u turn up, nnd there I In Hung ended. -1 It in ear' Iho bill as Iho glaxer s'.-iit into me. am i no sobulard mypell, hut I knn'.vs wtuy well in three hilhut, (Ms I paid it. Tho bill was handed up to tbe lenrnrj cninmissioiier, but iiltliougli a first rutocla sidil seh'ilar, Mr. Dubois declared Ins in air ny 10 m ik" it din ili.-tiuetly. Tlu fd 'elf ft is II tlllO f INV I ' li ,!7 Con nn Mcnrty D "March ' l' i 11 1 bard Dm (3 nz n ' Till f'r wiin s-kuar 1 1 'a j ' iiitsorco won loot nvm I 1 chm Whal,do you say to this nccotinl, Sweep eh? doinnnde'd ihr- 1 nmuii-sionnr. Defendant - Oh. I don't fry nnthin in porteekolor fact if my lord I dul git my head through hi windy, and 1 II tell your lord-diip nil about il. Cotnnii'-dioiier Do fo, tir. Defendant I will, sir. Wc wa3 a git ting up a new piece ns was n coniin out on thai worry night nt ojiroirkis in tho Now Cut, to he tilled "Tho Man Vi trrw rj. atn''' Curtnius; nr. the Knight of tho blood stnii'oil Knife" (laugh'er.) Yer -eep, my lord, the plot on it wnt tin?: "Olil Prinm ho gits 10 bed prroiip muzzy and locks the door and don't put no candle out. bo's ppnsed to have been to a temper ance club, and nbout lo bosnrved nut cos ho drnnk't gin and water ill rich times as ho biir-to'l. Well, 1 git down the cliim. bly, eiienks up, nnd gits my ho'nl right though n F'it 111 the b-d-curtuins, nnd then I fop, as 'JJ'nck Dan,' ilieso yer words worry solemn ; 'Htillow, old frllrr ! feller llinc, hallow I Vim iniiKv, ni'Miinj, uut mil u-ois a.'lerp ; fiil up, old rli.ip ; old rli ip, I fiiv (jot up ; 'I h iii.ix ia gone, nml half rr niglu r.ip burned.' Al thi-year pint, "snid the defendant," I ducks my bend under the bedstead. Pri am suis up, looks about, poos 1101111110;, and -o goes to sleep agio. Then I sings in ,1 beakified manner, a regter place do kick juii like King Rirhnrd duos in Iho tent peono, Then 1 scs, in a worry dip ma! son of manner, and not he no means not like 0 Council when ho'.s a going to cry for more tint : "Will you git up? O.ico more I pes git up, Priam, my boy here's all O'Cnntiell'a Greeks from Seliron.hiU and 5lo.inibury come down to help 113 rog'lers; now, old chap, git up elnp on yer castor button up your coat, that is, if fo bo there' a but. ton on n. "Up with lite pfjUcrs, malic ilir MioirN rin;, Domii ilmrrli, down slate, douii I izy lord' mid " Here I absconds up the cliimbley, and t he p'oi g'ics on. Mr. Dubois Not hero my fine Famplo of the march of intellect, I assure you. Ah ! that'-; a cau--e you aint got no laste for thi! drnmmer, paid l.lackoy. Perhaps not, Faid Mr. Duboi, and it would bo extremely well fur the end of jo.-licv, and much to tho credit of the magistracy, if sueb nests of juvenile infamy were put down. This enioiint must bj paid immediately ; nnd I really must say, 1 hat you nfi'ord a splendid sample of thieve ry and thoatriea's. The gen'lcman in black was Urn han ded out of court. U.-k rr Uicn. Perhaps iho following receipts:, will be interesting In some of our reader. The article of rice i valued too lightly by many of our housewives, liy the Pillowing it will bo perceived that It can be turned to various iroul account. To niii.-s a r.nnf nf Ilica Hrer.d, Rn a pint of rice foI'i, add a pint of leaven, then Hireu quarts of the flour, put it lo rt-o in a tin or eiiMhrvi vessel, mini it has risen pufil cieiitiy; divide 11 iu'.t three parts, then hake it a.- other bread, and joti will have throe Inr-ji! loaves. To m tltC Jnurnry or Jinny Cac To thre ppooiiiu's of soft boiled rice, nJd a small lea cup lull of water or milk, then add fix ppoonfols of the llmr, which will mnko a lare Journey Cnko or six WaHl-v. 'J'o v.'t'cc Rice Cttkci. Take a pint of soft billed tce. a half pint ofmi'k or wa ter, to which add twelve ppoonful of Iho flour divide il into small calces, and bako them in a hriek oven. To mnke Wafers. Take a pint of warm water, a tea ppjnnfnl of salt, add a pint of the flour, and it will give two dozen Wa fers. TomnkcRkz Pvffi. To a pint of I lie flour add a tea spoonful 'of fall, a pint of boiling water, bra't up four eggs, stir them well together, put from twolo three spoon 'ills of tat inn nun. make it hnilimr hni and drop a pDoonful of the mixiii'c into the pan, a yn do to mike common fritters. 10 ni'iK'e a I'uudim. 1 alio a quart of milk, add n mnl of tlio llmr. boil them m a pap. beat up six eggs, to winch add six s-pooni'iu 01 unvanna sugar, nnd a Fpoon. fill of butter, which, when well bonteo in. go'lier, add them lo the milk and fljur; g-ense the pan it is 10 lie undo in, gralo nutmeg over me oiixtu'o. nun lial;e i. ZtiVe Flour Gnonare Cok.. ' !m!n I !:e other fpytige cuke, except that y-u use inreo quarters of a pound ol ric5 II uf, IJ eggs, leavitig out 4 whites', nnd add a l.ttle salt. Jlive Griddle Cukes. lioil one brgo cup of whole rico quite soft iu milk, and whilo hot stir iu a little fl uir, rice Hour, or Indian inenl, wlien cold, add - or y cgg. and a littlo salt. Jtuke in small ihiu cakes on the griddlo. lJestde the above it i good fund for ohihlrcji; and it may nUo bo used for thick ening soup, ciistarde, picf, &c. &c. Vo thu L.unr.s. It is said, if you fill flower ootM about hnlf full nf noiel: lime. cover tin with n good mould, the flivver may bo thu obtained in a very shnrt Minis ami at nl) seasons J '('he enrlh should ho kept plight ly moistened mid pressed down whenever it rises by the swelling of the lime. To i'iu;vp,T Iron amp Krnnr. rnn.M nu-Tir. Heat iho iron or stool till it. but in iho hnnd, nod then rub it. with rt piece of pufl white wns, nnd pnli-h it wild a niece if o!oii or leather till it shine well. Thi- (siinplo operation lilts llio pores of the uiotnl nml di.feinlii it completely Irom rust. oi't'ii lliongli il flinnld bo exposed to inoia- turo, ft ,)''; j' A '(low in j'ving in hi v p 1 oi n in rcgnid 1 1 an amlt upon In per 11, said "he profciilcd u pistol, nnd swore I o wouli1 b w hini,dopoiiciit, to hell and I v Tily b licvta ho would have dono