Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, December 4, 1846, Page 1

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated December 4, 1846 Page 1
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A Vol.XX. IVo. 5. Whole 7N. IOI I. IIUHLIWTOX, LltlDVV MOKXIftft, nKCE.TIlIEK 4, 1810. ivuw i:uia:s, ivo. aa. BURLINGTON FREE PRESS, Published at Burlim-lon, Vt., II y 1) . W . C . C I, A II If i: , J'.ditor and rrnpiietor. Tcrmn Ti Village subscribers who receive the jmjfr liy the carrier, . 3, no If paid iti advance nvi Mail &aWrib?rs nnJ thus,, who take it at the Olfice, invariably, og Arjvr.RilSEMr.vrs inserted nu the. customary terms. ' i.ittu: TM1XCS. Scnni not the slightest wonl or deed, Nor deem it void nl power ; ThcnVs fruit in each wind-waned seed, Wailing its natal iiour. A whispered word inav toucli the, heart, And call it bark to life ; A look oi love bid sin depart, And still unholy strife. No net falls fruitless none ran tell How vast its power may be ; Nor what results eiunldcd dwell Within it, silently, Work nnd despair not ; cive thy mile, Nor care how- small it be ! Gun is with all that sere the riirlit, The holy, true, and flee! London Inonirer. very Minnie. After having clarified tho whey, it is poured into casks witli omo aromatic plants or elder blossoms as it suits the lincy, and ex ne Imttoni, tn tlio same suit f coffee-color minus the inexpressibles, which vverothen (if a mh n inkniMi. Ho wore a very nrociso shirt- III-, in ll riuii-uii v.. r ... . posed ill open nir to tbu sun, where it soon ac-1 Irill.nnil carne.l n pairoi iirst-raio spectacles n quires mi uncommon degree of aciilitv. I his forelioail, and a tremendous chronometer in The liussj ,M mid Tartars nviUe with tlio his M, rather tlian donbtwlnc h precious posses wliev of tlieir mires' milk it -iri-u and iiitoxica- sion, lie would have behoved in a conspiracy tin"' liquor, which thev call Wuiunis, and also ntrnn-t on tho part of all the clocks awl watches'bysullenii''tliitsii1i-Ulicetopa.srroin In the city, and oven of the very Sun it-oil. the vhums'to the ncelous fermentation. Trans. I Such s lie wa, such he had been in tlio shop Snc f Arts, .Xrir Yuri;. I ami nrlor behind tlio little lniil-lnpnian, fur (iuod vinegar is one of the necessary luxuries years upon years : going rcgin.ui) umi. .farm. I'rnclical Use ol'J.cnvcs. of the table, and with a little care it is always attainable bv lhoo who have apple orchards and cider of their own, and ought to be more gone rally Mipplied in our murket than ilis. When once a cask of good vinegar is procured, there need bo no dillieiilly in keeping it tilled with that of the Mimo quality. Tlio fanner fIioiiIiI put uvvay hi good strong cider in substantial casks under cover, with the Iiiiul' hole open to admit i the air, and let it gradually undergo the neces sary lerinenlatioii. II Iho casksnrc Ircipiently shaken, and their contents occasionally drawn from one to nnolhor, th'- process is hastened. Mix nothing w ith it ; n l it lie the pure cider. Draw from the hogs to a barrel to a live gallon keg, mid from that again for the table. It is thus kept stirred, and comes in contact with the oxygen of the atmosphere, which will the more speedily sharpen it. Keep tilling the hogs head with strong, sound cider, as you draw from it to fill the barrel, and the housewife need ne ver spoil her pickles, nor mine host his cabbage, for lack of good vinegar. Viimfr's Viiliincl. There arc two facts in the functions of the leaf, , which are worth consideration on account of 'I'" Detro- Ko,uiii. Mix a tablespoon ful tlieir practical bearings. The food of plants is, ' of red lead and Indian meal with sufficient of for the most pirt, taken in solution, through its f mobiles to make a thick hitter, and place the root. Various minerals ilcx, lime, albumen, mixture at night on a plate or piece of Iward on rnaTiesin, potassa are passed into the tree in a the hearth, or in the closet frequented by these dissolved state. The sap p-ios to the leaf, the , vermin. They will eat it, and h- poisoned by it. siipcrfloiis water is given oil, nut not tne sun- . ' i --t ! . I . 1.1 : t. 'I'! t ... llicl,eiis'ftv Work. dlalincs with tiik rnt.M w DOMBEY AND SON, Wholesale, Ketnil nnd (or Exportation, BV CIlAniXN UII KI..NS. I'url'l . concluded. en vmitt iv. lit iii ii ImwIiiiT I'urrot remote Irom the lo Igers. where, when gentlemen of l'ngland who lived below al rase hadlittle or no idea of the stito of the weather, it often blew great guns. It is half past live o'clock, nnd an autumn uf lornnnn. when the reader and .Solomon (iills ho- comc acquainted. Solomon (iills is in the act of seeing what time it is by the unimpeachable chronometer. The usual diily clearance has locn m-ikimr in the citv for an houror more ; and the Imuran tide is Mill rolling wo-twanl. 'The streets have thinned,' 'ns .Mr. Gills says, 'very much.' It threatens to bo wot to-night. All tlio wcather-i-las-os in the shoo are ill low spi rits, ami th rain already shines upon tlio cocked hat of the wooden midshipman. ' Where's Walter, I wonder !' said Solomon (iills. alter ho h id carefully put un the chro nometer again. 'Here's dinner been ready half an hour, and no niter ! Turning round upon his stool behind the count er, .Mr. (iills looked out among the instruments in the window, to see if his nephew might he cros-ing the road No. He was not among the bobbing umbrellas, and he certainly was not the newsp iper noy in tne on-Kin cap who was slow- yon about ; tint s mo wonuerlul .Madeira! there's only one more bottlo 1' Undo Sol nodded his head, Implying that lie knew very well what ho was about ; and having drawn the cork in solemn silence, filled two glasses, and set the bottle and a third clean glass on tlio table. ' You shall drink the other liottle, Wally, be id ' when von have come lo good fortune ; wVn yon are a thriving, respected, h ippy mm ; when tin! start in life you have made to day shall Ii ivc brought you, as I pray Heaven it may ! to a smooth part ol mo course you uavu to run, my child. My line In you !' Some of the fog that hung aliout old Sol .scorn ed to have got into his throat ; for ho spoke bus killy. His hand shook, too. as ho clinked his glass against his nephew's. Hut having once got the wine to his lips, ho tossed it oll'liko a man,and smacked them afterward. ' Hear Uncle.' said the boy, all'ectingto make light of it, while the tears stood in his eyes, ' for tiio honor you have done mo, et cciera, etcetera, I shall now beg to proj fre Mr. Solomon (iills with three times threo and one cheer more. Hurrah ! and you'll return thanks, Uncle, when we drink the last bottlo together ; won't you?' They clinked their glasses again ; and Wal ter, who was hoarding his wine, took a sip of it, and held the glass up to his cyo with as critical an aims ho coiilil possinieass'inc. His Uncle sat looking at him for some time in silence. When their eyes at lat met, be began at once to pursue the themo that had occupied his thoughts, aloud, as, ho had boon sptaking all the time. ' Voit sec, Waltcr,'hc said, ' in troth this busi ness is merely a Iribit with mo. I aji so accu 'Private Wet India trader, burthen three hundred and lifty tons. Captain John Itrown of I).ptford. Owners, Wiggs and Co.,' cried Walter. ' Tho same,' said Sol j ' when she took lire, four diys sail with a fair wind out or Jamaica Harbor, in tho night, ' ' There were two brothers on lioard,' interposed his nephew, speaking very fast and loud, ' ami, there not being room for both of them inthnnnk- boat that"t swamped, neither of them Woulil hooks kept closer than they used to he, nnd Ins oven lieen seen (when he thought he was n't) walking in tho Docks, looking at his ships and property and all that, as if he was exulting like, over what ho and his son will possess together. That's what they say. Of course do n't know.' 'lie knows all about her already, you sec,' said tho Instrument Maker. ' Nonsense, uncle,' cried the liny, still red- dntiiitrr mill 1 i Hirbitiir liv.lil.'iv I fmv run t consent to go, until the elder took the younger help he arimr what they tell in- ;' by the waist, an, flung urn in. And then the 'Tin Son 's a little in our way at present, younger, n-ing in tho boit, cried out, 'Dear I'm afraid, Ned,' bah! the old in in, humoring, noun 1,1 wiiii jiiuiiiiseii who at iioinc. i the joke. I'am only a boy. 'o one waits at homo for mo Leap down into my place !' and Hung himself into tho sea !' Tho kindling eye and hightened color of tho hoy, who had rien from his seat in the earnest- nees of what ho said and felt, seemed to remind ' Very much,' said the Captain. ' Nevertheless, we '11 drink him,' pursued Sol. So, hero's to Dombey nnd Sou.' 'Oil, very well, uncle,' cried thebov, merrily. Since von have introduced the mention of her. and have connected me with her. nnd have ft 1 cnewed. Hut Sir William Howe is on fimt. Clinton is on foot. Lord l'ercyls on foil, l'i got is on loot. Hut who is that moiin'cd olliccr. Have j oil not seen him before. Oh, tint Is Major " I'itcairn. How' ho carlcoles upon his horse. Hut soo ; he told tho damned rebels to disperse he reels in his saddle ho is shot. Ho will no longer il'iiounco the rebels. His llritish insolen. e has made him a mark. And so parish the Inn; lit iry foes to human freedom. Hut what u row th'-ru is ! Stalwart and slnlip men in the livery of war, with bloated faces, l,r t ility marking every feature, encounter the far mers of New England. The llritish, covered by their artillery, with musket and bayonet and thov been trained to use tlum both are for a tlm" bea'en hick by the clubbed guns of tho New Knglanders, Charleston is a peninsula : mothers nnd chil dren innt make their bc-t escape from the hlazo ol wooden buildings. 1 lie (Charleston neck is old Sol of something he had forgotten, or j that I know all about her, I shall m iko hold to i r-n '')' tllp liro from t,lc HritWi men of war. tint ins encircling mist nail hitherto shut out.l amend the toa-t. So hero's to Dombey and Instead of proceeding with any in're nnecdntes, Hon and Daughter 1' 7'i ht runlinucd. as no uau cMueiuiy iiiicniieu mil a moment uc- fore, ho gao a short dry cough, and said, ' Well ! suppose we change the subject.' The truth was, that the simple-minded nirle, in his secret attraction toward the marvelous and adventurous of which ho was, in some sort, a distant relation, by his trade had greatly encouraged the same attraction in the nephew; and that everything that had ever been put lie fore the boy to deter him from a life of adven ture, had had the usual unaccountable effect of I'roni the r.venins Post. The S7(!i od'Jcmc 6 77.7. tlV CAHOMM: STUiK. "The red coat bids, i' black cockades, 'Pit meet them werua "law, innn ; Tlii)' ru"hed and pu-hed nud bin le ivitnushed, And monieii bouK did fa man.' Hun. v. ly working his way along tho piece of brass out-1 toni"d to the habit that 1 could haruly Ihe if 1 1 I I.:.... I.: . - .. ll- mi... I .n ! i - I !. . I I '. Jl sine, wining in- ii.iinu over ur. uiui s iiaiuo ' reilll'piliieu u ; uni iiiuiu in'iuiuy uoiug, nu- with his forefinger. j thing doing. When that uniform w is worn,' 'If I didn't know ho was too fond of tne to I pointing out toward the little midshipman,' then, niike a run of it, and go and enter liiuiself aboard indeed, fortunes were to he made, anil were hip against my wishes, I should begin to be 1 made. Hut competition, competition new in The I Oth day of April, b :fore d iy-break, the sharpening Ins taste for it. 'Phis is invariable. ' farmers ordinarily amused by the crowing of the It would seem as if there never was a book writ- cock, are in ub uneasy in" there slumbers by ten, or a story told. cxprcsMy with the object sounds to which they are not accustomed. The of keeping boys on shore, which did not fife and the drum are silent, but they hear the lure and charm tlieni to the ocean, as a matter measured tramp of soldiers. The' gun half of cour.-c. I fowling-piece, and bull' musket, that has hung, Hut an addition to the little ptrty now made I for fifteen ears, mer tho mintel-piece of the its appearance, in the shape of a gentleman in 1 kitchen, is taken down. farmer, last a wiib" suit ol blue, with a lioolj instead ol a nigiii learned, vaguely, that the liateil J.nglMi i-tances which it held in solution. These, in part, are di-tribnted through the plant, mid, in part, remain u a deposit in the cells of the leaf. Gradually the leaf chokes up. its functions are1 impeded, and filially entirely stopped. When the leaf drops it contains a large percent, nf mineral trtTillnr. An aiilunmal nr old leaf vields. linon I mialjsis, a iery much larger proportion of earthy matter than a vernal leaf, which, being yet young, has not received within its cells any considerable denos'it. It will be found also that the leaves contain a verv much higher p"r cent, of mineral In irhich somr nnrr l'i ft twarinm me made on matter than the wood ol tho trunk. The dried . the ttast J Ihrv Adceutmt. leaves' of the elm contain more than eleven per ', Though the ollices of Dombey and Son were cnt. of a-hes, (earthy matter,) while the wood 1 within the liberties ol the City of I.niilon, and contains le- than two per cent.; those nf tho ' within hearing of Cow 1! lis. when their clash willow, more than eight per cent., while the ing voices were not drowned by the uproar in wood has onlv IMS; those of the beech li.lJ'.), the the ftp-ets, yet there were hints nf adventurous wood only O.'lli ; tho-e of the (I'uropean)o.ik I .OS, j and romantic story tn be nb-erved in som" of tho the wool only 0.21. thou nf 'the pitch pine 3. If), adjacent objects, " (leg and Magog held their the wood onlv 0.23 ner cent. Utate within ten minutes' walk; the S'nyil I'- It is very plain, from thes" facts, tint, in for-1 change was close at h ind : the li ml; of Ihigl.ind i osts, the mineral ingredients of the soil perform with its vaults nf gold and silver 'down among a sort of circulation'; entering the root, they are , the dead men' nu lerground, was their in ignili deposited in the leaf; then, with it, fall to tho cent neighbor, .lu.-l round the corner stood the earth, and. by its decay, they are re-tored to the rich l!a-t In l'u I Ions", teeming with suggestions rail, again to travel tlieir circuit, l'ore-t soils, j of precious stuffs mil stem's, tigers, oleph nits, therefore, inMead of being impoverished by the hmvdahs. hookahs, mnbrell is. palm trees, p.O.m of trees, receiie hack annually the ipiins. and gorgeous princes of a brown complex-Krcate-t proportion of those mineral elements ion sitting on carpets with their slinpors very neces-ary to tho tree, and. besides, much organ-1 much turned up at the toes. Anywhere ill the izod mitter received into the plant from the at-j immediate vicinity there might be seen pictures snip iig.iiiisi my wisncs, i siiouiii negin to lie i mane, uni cuiupuiiuuo, uMiipuuiiuii new in-:a wiil' sun 01 nine, with a lioolj lusleail ol a login learneii, vaguely, luai me naieil l.nglisii lidgitv,' said Mr. (iills, tapping two or three i volition, new invention alteration, liberation hand attached to his right wrist : very busby ' were moving out of 11 i-ton. The gnu is held by weather L'l.tsscs with Ins knuckles. 'I real v the world s cone past mo. I hardly know where should. All in the Down--, eh Lots of inois- I urn myself, much less where my customer-are.' ture ! Well ! it's wanted.' ' Never mind ' em, Uncle.' ' 1 b lieve.' said Mr. (iills, blowing the dust I ' Since you came home from weekly boarding o'X til- glass top of a co'ii.nss case 'th it you ' school at" l'cckham, for in-tanco and tint's Ion I point more direct and duo to the back par- ten diys, said Sonimon '1 don t remember more thai shoo. ' Two, Uncle, don't you recollect ? There was the man w ho came to ask for change for a iau ono person that Ins come into the lor than the bov's inclination does afterall. And the parlor couldn't bear straigbter cither. Due North. Not the twentieth part of a point cither way.' ' Halloa, uncle Sol !' I sovereign ' ' Hilloa. tn v boy !' cried the Instrument M iker, ' Tint's tho one,' said Solomon. turning briskly round. ' hat ! you are here, are you!' A cheerful looking, merry hoy, ficsb with run ning hnm" in the rain ; fair-faced, bright-eyed, I and curly-haired. 'Well, uncle, how have you got on without mo all day 1 Is dinner ready 1 I'm so hungry.' ' As to getting on,' said Solomon good u itu-1 redly, ' it would he odd if I couldn't get on with- out a young nog liKeyou a great ileal ueiiertnan ' Wliv. Uncle, don't vou call tho woman anv- body who came to ask tho way to Mile-lhul Turnpike ?' ' ()li ! it's true,' slid Solomon,' I forcgothcr. Two per.-ons.' ' 'J'o be sure they didn't buy anything,' cried the hoy. ' No. They didn't buy anything,' said Solo mon quietly. ' Nor wmt anything, cried the boy. me-nhere; soils, therefore, are gaining in-tead if losing. If ownersof parks or grove, for neat ness sake, or to obtain leaves for other purposes, gather the annual harve-t of leaves, they will, in time, take away great quantities of mineral in li ter, by which the soil, ultim itely, will bo impov erished, unless it is restored by manures. Leaf-manure has always b'en held in high es teem by gardeners. Hut many regard it as a Iiuri'ly'vegetablesiib-tance; whereas, it is the lest mineral manure that cm bo applied to the foil. What are called vegetable loams, (not peat boils, made up principilly of decomposed roots,) contain large quantities of earthy matter, being mineral-vegetable, rather than vegetable soils. Kvery gardener should know that the best manure for any plant N the decomposed leave of ships speeding away full sail to all parts of the world ; outlining warehouses reaily to pacu nil' anybody anywhere, fully equipped in halfan hour ; and little timber miiN!tip'U"u ill olis.detona uniforms, eternally employed nnt-idetho shop doors of nautical instrument-maker in taking observations nf the h ickncy co iches. Sole master an 1 proprietor of one of these cf ligie of tint which nvght bee illed. funiliarly, the woodenest of that which tliru-t itself out above the pavement, right leg foremost, with a suavity th least endurable, and bid the shoe buckles ami dipped w.iistcnit least reconcilable Inhuman reason, and bore at its right eve the mo-t ofi'en-ively disproportion ito piece of nu ciinery sole mister and proprietor of that mid shipman, and proud of him too, an elderly gentle- and Mib-tanco of its. own specie. This fact will man in a Wel-h wig hid piid hoiisc-reut. tae-, suggest the proper course with reference to the rates, ami ilues, tor more years th in many a lull leaves, tops, vines, haulm, and other vegetable grown mid-hipin in of lle-h and blood has niiin refiisc of the garden. , b Ted in his life; and midshipmen who have ob- The other fact connected with tho leaf, is its tained a pretty green old age, have not lieen functionsof exhibition. The greate.-t propor- wanting in the UngliMi navy, tionof crude sap which ascends the trunk, upon i The stock in trade of this'old gentleman corn reaching the leaf, is given forth agiin to the at-j prised chronometers, hirometers, tele.-copes, inosphere. by means of a particularly beautiful compasses, chart-, m ips, sextants, quadrants, and economy. The quantity of moisture produced 'specimens of every kind of instrument u-ed in by a plant is hardly dreamed of by those who , the working of a ship's course, or the keeping of nave not specially inlormeil themselves. 1 he , a ship s reckoning, or the prosecuting ol a ship s with you. As to dinner being ready, it's been 'No. If they had, they'd have gone to another ready this half-hour mid waiting for vou. As to shop,' said Solomon in tlio same ton;. being hungry, am!' i ' Hut there were two of ' em, Uncle,' cried the 'Come along then, uncle! cried the boy. luy, as if tint were a greit triumph. ' i on said ' Hurrah for tho admiral !' I only one.' 'Confound the admiral!' returned Solomon j ' Well, Wally,' resume the old man, after a (Iills. ' Vou mean the Lord Mayor!' short puisc : 'not b;ing like the Savages who ' No I don't !' cried tho boy. ' Hurr ah for the cime on Hobinson Crusoe's i-Iand, wo can't admiral. Hurrah for the admiral ! l or-ward! M this wind of coiiiui mil, the Welsh wig nnd its wearer were birne without resistance into the live on a mm who asks for change for a sover eign, nnd a woman who inquires the way to Mile-lhid Turnpike. A I said ju-t now,' the lurk parlor, as at the head of a hoarding party of world has gone past me. I don't blame it ; but I live hundred men ; and uncle Sol and his nephew no longer understand it Tradesmen are not tlu were sp a-dily engiged on a fried solo with a same as they u-ed to lie, apprentices are nut the prospect nf steak to Inllovv. same, business is not the same, business coinmo- The bird Mav or, Wally.' said .Solomon, ' for 1 dities are not tho same. Seven-eighths of my ever! No more admirals. The Lord Mayor's ! stock is old-fashioned. Iain an old-f.ishioiud ymir admiral.' ' man in an old-fashioned Mioji, in a street that is ' ()!i. is helhnnirli !' said the bov fdiakinr his ' not the same as I reinenber it. I have fallen be- experiments of 11 lies have been often quoted. A j fcun-iiower, three leet mm a hall high, presenting a surface of 5,010 square inches exposed to the sun. was found to perspire at the rate of twenty to thirty ounces avoirdupois every twelve hours, or seventeen times moro than a man. A vine with twelve s-juaro feet exhaled at tho rate of five or six ounces a day. A seedling apple tree, with twelve square feet (if foilage,lost nino ounces a nay. discoveries. Objects in bra-s and glass were in bis drawers and on his shelve-, which none but the initiated could have found the top of, or gues sed the use of, or having once examined, could hind the time and am too old to catch it again. r.ven the noise it makes a long way ahead con lu-es me head. Why, the Sword Hearer's better than him. He draws hh sword sometimes." 'And a pretty figure ho cuts with it forhis pains,' returncil. the uncle. ' l.i-ten to me, Wally, listen to me. Iiokon the mantel-shelf.' ' Why, who his cocked my silver mug up mm .in n ,i il i ' 'I In,..' .-.;, I I,; ,n.lo i Vr. mnrn nines mid on the world's track. J am only the gho-t of now. We must beirin to drink out of glasses to, this business its substance vanished long ago ; day, Walter. We are men of bn-iness. We and when I die, its ghost belong to the city. We started in life tins k eye-brows; and u thick stick in "his left a m in, who, without education, without in-true band, covered all over(like bis no-p)with knobs. J lion in politics, by imlinct, knows he is a He wore a loose black handkerchief round bis , freeman. neck, and such a very large coirse shirt collar, I Now wo must change the scene. In Loxing tbat it looked like a small sail. Ho was evidently ton th"re once stood a homely country church, the person for whom the spare wine-glass was devoid of all architectural be inty ; ami upon the intended, and evidently knew it; for having green, around that church, the" American Iree takeu nil" bis rough outer coat, and bung up, on ' men an J the Lugl'i-h hirelings llrt exchanged :i particular peg behind the door, such a b ird lire. glazed hat as a sympathetic person's he id might We are not writing the bvttle of Iwington. ache at the sight of, and which lelt a red rim Hut on the 10th nf April, a mounted ollieer rode round his own forehead as if he had been wear- outtotho front, and tiring a pi-tol at the Anier- ing a tight basin, he brought a chiir to where ie m farmers, said 'Disperse ! you d imn"d reb the clean glass was, and sat him-elf down be- els.-' Now mirk thitoilieer, was I'itcairn ! hind it. He was iisiiallv addres-ed as Captain, i 17th of June. The golden corn waves in this visitor ; and had been a pilot, or a skipper, the fields. Where do the ladies of ISj-ton get or a priv.ilecrsinan, or all three perhaps; and tlHrtei. The lucky ones are on the vi-iting was a very salt looking man indeed. His,j list tit the Province House, rem irkahle for a brown solidity, brightened as And while they listen tn the sonorous mnaic he shook bands with uncle and nephew; but of the bind oT Lord Percy's regiment, the qites. lie seemed to be of a laconic disposition, anlj tion will intrude, where is the next day's dinner iiirelv said : ! to be got? ' How goes it ?' At the Province House, is the o-lentation of 'All well, said Mr. Oills, pu-hingthc bottle plenty ; but it is mere ostentation. I hey have toward him. plenty ol wine, but Sir William Howe give- He took it up, and having surveyed and smelt peremptory orders to his servants that he knows it, said, with extraordinary expression : cannot be complied with, to provide forhis t.i- ' The '' I bio. '7V.' returned the Instrument Maker. Hut they hive a pleasant time of it. There Upon that he whistled ns he tilled his glas-, are Howe, Clinton, Hurgoyno and Ihlcarrus. and seemed to think they wcro m iking holiday We must change the scene once more, i.iileed. " Uarly in the morning, n sergeant, who is ''r!' ho slid, arranging his hair (which pro tempore a valet de clmnhro, knocks at the was thin,) with his book, and then iminting il door of Sir William Howe's sleeping apartment. lit me iiisiriiiiieui .tinner, i'ok at mm : ive : oir i imam neciisiuiiieii in mo cat naps oi inn-, c,,i;,- ll... ....I .... ..l ., . .... . ...... !. l!f. . ... r I.!. I.'.. I ILUIIlg. nouor; aim inev . wveriiaui your caieciu-iu iuiiv nu, sums ,u unce iiuin ins summers. till you find that pas-age, and w hen found turn He is told that a ho-tilo demonstration is made the leaf down. Success, my boy '' 1 against Ho-ton. He starts from his bed, in un ite was so perfectly sati-iied "both with his 'dress the sergemt remonstrates ho dresses quotation and Ids reference to it, th it ho could himself, and on his coat are seen tho frayed lace not help repeating the words agiin in a low and the tarui-bed epaulettes. IIo calls" fur bis voice, and saving ho had forgotten 'em these telescope. He aseend- to the cupola of tin Vet thov do esc ipe. Wo must now return to Copp' Hill. The blazing town, the staggering charge of the llrit ish troops m ike a sceno. Hut hmv rapidly pil pitatethe hearts of those, who from the steeples nnd heights of Huston aimou-ly watch tho con llict 1 It is late in tho afternoon. Who is that haugh ty man who springs from a boat ? All make way for him. yet no one dires lo uddress him. It is the time that Sir williatn llnwo his been b"aten. He walks to the Province House; m' cbinicilly nd without thought he plucks a leaf from thi nlo"s in the g.4rdn, ani with the leaf be instinctively shades his fire, as his boot grates upon the free-lone steps of the Province House. The doois open wide obsequious servants greet him. Ilis spur-, ritlle upon tho staircase, a ser vant enters with silver tray ; tho lemonade and the wine me disregarded ; he presses his hand to bis brow, and exclaims -send me the orderly." 'I'o the orderly. "Inform the Karl ol l'alca'rras I wish to see him." Sir William throws him-elf upon the couch ho starts he rings the bell the servant enters. ! 'Present Sir William Howe's compliments tu (ienoral Hilrgovne, and say (ieneral lloivcwi-h-os to see him.'" He stmts from his couch. Ho looks out upon the pleasant gar Ion. The bell of the old South announces eight o'clock. A young man, dres-ed in the extremity of the then fa-hiuii, enters the room. He Hings him self into an arm chvir looks at Howe catches his eye, and stys : '-Sir William, tho-e fellows did pound harder than we expected they would." Tho reply is : "Voiir lutdsbip is disposed to bo pleasant. This day's work may deprive us of the colonies ; and, with voar lord-hip's leave, I am not di-posed toe-t upon the subject." "Hut, Sir William, we did our duty, and tho-e Vankeo fellows did theirs. We pounded them very hard, and they pounded us. Hut my throat is as duty as Piccadilly ; suppose you have some claret." The claret is brought in. ll.ilcarras says ho f-eU b nter. Hut a cat-like tread is beard upon the stairs the door is thrown open a servant announces '(ieneral llurgoyne." Sir William Howe seizes him by the h m l, with an energy ha was not accii-toiued to. Ilurgo lie is iinpas-ive; and to the loud and somewhat vociferous com plaints nf the roimn Hiding (ieneral, his sole re sponse is a courteous bow not ono word can Sir William I low" get from John llurgoyne. The ISrit nis upy the ground on llreed'nhill. They are the vatqui-hed victors of the seven teenth of June. "Hut two more such victories and we are r.i.iied.' i- the f-'elin of the llritish odicers, and many uf ihem give expression to the forty years. Hut I never wanted two or three words Walter was going to speak, but his Uncle held , my life that I did n't know where to lay my up bis hand. hind on 'em, Hills,' he observed. 'It comes of Therefore, Wally therefore it ia that Iain not wasting language as some do.' . i ..,ti . .i.- i... -ia 'Pi... p,.ii..ntii... .....I, !... i...i,..i !... i.n miioii5you should ih" early in the busy world, As it I I have , almost and when I die, its gho-t will be laid. clearly no inheritance for you, then, innnillnr II OIK' IL IL OOSL III HSU HIT VUlll ' Well, Uncle,' said the boy, " I'll drink out of the o ily frag.n-it of the old connection that miv thiiigyoii like, so long as I can drink to you. 1 stands, by me, through long habit, home peo Here's to you. Uncle Sol, and hurrah for Ihc- ' , pie siippo-e me to be wealthy. I wish, for your ' Lord Mayor," interrupted the old man. sake, they were rigiit. Hutvvbatever 1 leave be- the Lord Mayor, Sheriff-, Common hind me, or whatever I can give you, you in such Council, and Liverv,' s.i'id the boy. '!.ong life , a house as Dombey's are in the road to use well in ' i' and make the most of. He diligent, try to like it, The Uncle nodded his head with great satis- my dear boy, vvork for a steady imlepenuence, faction. ' And now,' bo said, ' let's bear some- and be hapjiy !' thing about tho Tirm.' I -I'll do even thing lean Uncle, to-deserve ' Oh ! there's not much to bo told about the your ailection. Indeed 1 will,' said the boy, ear- 1'irin. 1 nele,' said the hoy, plying his kuilo and , nestlv. bavo ever got hick again into tlieir . fr(, . fs a precious dirk -0t ofoU'icos. and in 1 ' I "know it,' said Solomon. ' I am Miro of it,' lie-Is without :isitnuce. I.verything was lain-1 .i... r(,nm... ,r, i sit. them's bieb fender, and an and he annlied himself tn a second glass ufthe old iron safe, and some cards about ships that are M ideira, with increased relish. As to the s'a, ,'oiug to sail, and an almanac, and some desks he pursued, 'that's well enougu m union, n .u- inil stools, ami an inklmttle, and some book, and , ly, nut it won t no in iaci -, n . "i . ined into the tightest cases, tilled into the liar rovvest corners, fonci'd up behind the most im pertinent cnsli'miis1, and screwed into the acutest alleles, lo prevent its philosophical composure incse are experiments iimn verv sma n ants. , miii oeiiiL' ihsturuoil ny tho ro iiil' ii the sea. i...,.i , i. i. .. i .... i.i,... i.....i r' -i.'i .1 l. .lil,J'i-. "".I ll, ilu.iil, 1 s,,, , , unj'l-lllf iji iiiMii, uu ihe vast amount tiisurface presented by a large huch extranrdinary precintiiiiis were ttken m that looks as if it had hum'tbero ever to Ion".' tree must give oil' immense quantities of niois- overy instance to save room and keep tho thing Noliiincelso ?'s.iid theljiiclo. " ture. The practical bearings of this fact of veg-! compact; and so much practical navigation was , v ?. . ,' , , etablc exhalation are not a few. Wet forest fitted, and ci.-hioned ami screwed, into every box ! ' 1 !'," ? ' 7 olLl,,blri'"ca'0 lands, by being cleared of timber, become dry ; (whether the box vvasa mere slab as some were, wo"'cr,1'0' """ ""r came there !) and a coal- .,a fi.,1 frmn ....I, sn.nn. ..1 J .. .1.1. ... 1... I... I I I . - , SC lltt lO. 'lis ..ii-sm-- vu ouuiwia, ...vuiltu in- til imi 1 1 lull 1 1 1 1 ! IIIIVI'LII .1 l-.lliAUll IlilL illlU il Si. IT- , .r . . , , . I , I Ml li-h, as others were, and those quite mild andr ip ,,',.,, rni, , ri fmm,.u.,' modest boxes as compared with others;) that ,,,, ' , , . ii.: " i.r.ii., ... i.i tho Miopitself. partakilig of tbegeneral iufe'etinn, , f,, t "Sa, f" L Z Smr,e..,.,a ! ''.-8-bonl him, and laying an unions cuipba- 1,1 be iw-ent .if ,,, M.vli.l i.Tineb l rl 1,13 1 '" .w,m' most extinct a civilization encroaches on wild woods. The exce-ive dampness of crowded gardens is not singular, nnd still less is it strange that dwellings, covered with vines, wbo-o win dows are choked with shrubs, and whoso roofs are overhung with branches of trees, should lie intolerably damp ; and when tho good housewife is ecrubbiii". scouring, and brushing, and, never theless, marvelling that her house is so infested with mould, she liariliy suspects mat uer iroiime would bo moro easily removed by the axe or saw. than bv all her cloths and brushes. A hoiiso thniild never be closely surrounded with shrubs. ': A r iil-i tint, ..I nir should h.i tnainhlilied nil ' nlenty nf 1 1 in veriliibb, ln it's linseiiif nn Ins table. JX II L V v."'.. ." '"-.-- , -j . -I .... I. .....1 t...,l.. i,i,n. . ,lii,i.-n,l no tn livivn It U"i. Cunili'ir i.-Itli ,1'i.til f ,.,ut Iminima ' aUUIIl II, 'in" iMi.iuu iin ... .-.w largo opjiungs lor tho light and sun to enter.' Tlio usual rains of the current season hav e pro duced so great a dampness in our residence that no ono cm fail to lmo noticed its effect, both on the health of the occupants, and upon tho beauty and good condition of their household snb-unco. Western I'aruur mid (luidnur. To have (loon Vismar. The cowherds on the Alps and in severil parts of Tranco use milk whey to nuke tlio shirpost vinegir, and they alsoextract from it a salt called in pharmacy su gar of milk, which tho Swiss doctors consider as the Iwst detergent to purify tho blood and cure radically the inn-t inveterate cutaneous com plaints. The method they uso to iirenaro this Litis this sattcr having seinnited all tlm ca seous and oily parts, the whey is clarihed and boiled until reduced to oiie-fourth part of the whole, which thoy deposit in wooden or earthen pans in a coo! place. In a short timo Iho sac charino particles aro crystahzed, tho phlegma tic part is then decanted slowly and tho sugar is dried upon pieces oi gr.ij r . -1-...-tion may ha accelerated by boiling out tho whey entirely; but the sugar which remains at the bottom of Iho kettle is colored and unlit lorphar niaceutical purposes; it might, however, answer well lor veterinary u-es. . The proce-.s for making vinegar out of milk is 1 11. .... . ......... ..i4i. r ... 1 its way securely to any desert island in the ,., . "Jr'l ' i . i. . '. 1 " 'T .. . .. world t "'I'liuw caruiciy t utu an urn Mri ui M .'ny minor incidents in the household life of Mr" amiliw's"'1"'" Murfi"'S " tho Ship's Instrument Maker, who was proud of ' .,.','.' , , ., , , . , 1.1s lilllo inid-hipniau, assisted and bore out this , "u Ijie,J,"bo' 'C" t,10r0 ,0dl ? l"ir u3Lt'Zr? 1 ' X" ! I" --t all day.' ileutynf thoyeritablosbip'sbiiscuiton bistable. ' Ho didn't take any notico of you, I supposo J' t was familiar with dried meats and tongues, 1 ' ics, ho did. He walked up to my seat I possessing an extraordinary llavor of rope yarn, wish he wasn't so solemn and still', Uncle and Pickles were produced upon it, in great whole- said, ' Oh ! you are tho sou nf Mr, (iills, tho salo jars, with 'Dealer in all kinds of Ships Pro- Ships' Instrument .Maker.' 'Nephew, Sir,' I visions' 011 the label; spirits were set lorth in said nephew, boy,' said he. Hull could take c ie bottles with notbroats. Old prints of ships my oath ho said Son, Uncle.' with alphabetical references to their various mys- ' You're mistaken, 1 dare say. It's no matter.' teries, hung in frames upon the walls ; the Tar-' ' No it's no matter, but ho needn't hive been tar 1'rigato under weigh, was on tho plates; out- si sharp, I thought. There was no harm in landish shells, sea-weeds and mos-e, decorated 1 it though hcdidsiy Sou, Then ho told mo that the chimney-piece; the little wainscotled back you had spoken to him about me, and tint be pirlorvvas lighted by a skylight, like a cabin. li id found mo employment in tho House lienor lieru ho lived loo, in skipper-liko state, all dmgly, and that I was expected to bo attentive alone with bis nephew Walter : a boy of four-1 and punctual, and then he wentaw.iy. 1 thought 'iiough iiko a miii-miiman 1 110 1111111 1 seem 10 iiko me iiiiicu. teen, who looked quite enough Iiko a inid-hii to carry out Iho prevailing idea. Hut there it ended, "lor Solomon (iills himself (more gener ally called old Sol) was far from having a mari time appearance. To say nothing of hik Wel-h wig which was as plain ami stubborn a Welsh wig as ever was worn, and in which be looked like anything but a Itover, he was a slow, quiet. spoken, thniiglitlul old lellovv, with evesasrei ' You mean, I suppose,' observed tho Instru ment Maker, 'that you didn't bcem to like him much.' ' Well, Uncle,' returned the lioy, laughing, 1 ierhapsso; I never thought of that.' Solomon looked a little graver as ho finished his dinner, and glanced from timo to timo ut tho boy's bright face. Whendinner was done, and as if they had been small suns (unking at you the cloth was cleared away, (tho entertainment tlnoiigh a fog; and a newly awakened manner, 1 had been brought Irom a neighboring eating- such as no might have acquired by having stared house,; lie lighten a canine ami went down be for three or four days successively, through every optical instrument in his shop, and sud denly romu hick to Iho world again, to find it green. Tho only chance ever known in his out ward mm, was from a complete suit of cnll'ee color cut very square, nnd ornamented withglar- low into a little cellar, while his nephew, stand iiiL'ou tho mouldy staircase, dutifully held thn light. After a moment's groping hero 111111 there, ho presently reiiirneii with a very ancient look iug Imttle, covered with dust and dirt. 'Why, Undo Sol!' said tho bay, ' what aro ' phenius' The relleetion perhaps reminded him that he house ho finds th'-ro the in tiuhtmui Counsel lors. 7. he imbecility tint they display irritated him. He leaning forward straining his eyes through the largo telescope, llings it upon the floor with a pas?ionate exclamation, "tho fellows have had better, like young Nerval's fuller, ' increase , thrown npii redoubt." .Mad turns counsellor Wil ms store. At any rate, he became silent, and lanl comes lorvvard, mid with the blindness of remained so, until old Sol went out into the fituity coinmi uees a speerh. Sir William thoso shop to light it up, when he turned to Walter, rebel fanners will not stand the lire of your gren .mds.iid, without any introductory remark : .adiers. ' I suppose he could make a clock if he tried?' 1 Hut a portly and somewhat clumsy man is 'I should not wonder, Captain Cuttle,' return- tumbling up the stairs. He says, whit is that, ed the boy. I Mr. Will. in! f Willanl repeats. ".Sir Will- 'And it would go!' said Captain Cuttle. I iam, your eves are heller than mine can vou making a species of "serpent in the air with his, distinguish any one in the redoubt or about the 1 ,'lov r mt, reuouoi. i ne an-wer. "i can see 1're-cott 1 .1...:. 1. hook ' Ixird, how that clock would go !' I' 'nr a moment or two ho seemed quite lo-t in contemplating the pace ol this ideal timepiece, and sat looking at the boy a if his face were the dial. ' Hut he "s chockful nf science.' he ob-crved. waving his hook toward the stnck-in-trade. brave lellovv anil ii nl served under bun at 'Link ve here! Here's a collection of em. deorge in 1 i.)S and ITj'J Hut in tho American camnat Cambridge and Medford, although their hospitals are tilled with wounded men, and although they ini-s many a stern republican who, fighting for his country's good, has fallen under the lire of hireling guns, v et -ee with vv hit erect and firm tread those stal wart finners, with tlio resolution thit a good conscience only can give, go to attend a council nf war. They are not versed in poetry, bet how admirably they illustrate the tt nth of the great 11 ird, '-Thrice is he armed who h ith his quarrel ju-t." Tho council is over and what is the result dnlrett d'cnnan rt yro pn'rii m,iri. And tho llritoiis have to trau-Iato and appreciate this sen timent. Let us change the sceno. We are in Huston. The roll of the drum calls the troops to parade. Hattaboiis tint on the 10th of June responded to this call with right hundred men, now muster ninety. Hut -till pride, ambition and servitude o'jcure the Hritou s viiun. at this diy, in 1310; nniTiJiiiiKer s 11111 ; mil then, in 1775, "Canyon distinguish no one else ?" "Well, I really 1 don't know.,' (iige turns to Sir William II awe. Howe a-ks if the Ameri cans "will stand the assault of the llritish troops." (I igo replies that "they would if one joiiu isiarK were among them, tor he was a Uke all one. Only sav1 Kleveu o'clock, 17th of June. Oh, that to the nine boxes, and a lotof cobwebs, and in one of 1 natural enough that you should think about it, associlting It with all inesc laminar uiuijjs -, uui it won't do. it won't do.' Solomon (iills rubbed his hinds with an air of stealthy enjoyment, as ho talked ol tho sea, though, and looked 011 the seafaring objects about him with inexpres'iblo complacency. ' Think of this wine, for instance,' said old Sol, 'which h-ishjen to the Last Indies and back, I'm not able lo say how often, mid has been once round the world. Tuink of the pitch dark niebts, the roaring winJs, and rnlliiiir sua..' 1 lie iiiuu'ier, ram, uau iigiiiuiug, siorm 01 all kin Is,' said the boy. 'To besuro,' said Solomon, ' that this wine has passed through. Think whit a straining and creaking of timbers and 111 i-ts ; what a whistling and howling of the gale through ropes mid rig ging ;' What a clambering aloft of men, vying with each other who shall lie out first upon the yards to furl tho icy sails, while the ship rolls and pitch es like mi ! cried bis nephew. ' l.vactly so,' said Solomon : ' has gone on, over the old cask that held this wine. Why, when tho Chinning Sally went down in the In the Ihltic Sei, in tho dead of night ; live Uarth. air. or water. It's vvnero you win nave it. up 111 a billoonf mere suouiu 00 sucn nriihancy given Ihcro you are. Down ill a bell There you ino-t iieailly instrument nl ile-truction. are. l)'yo want to put tlio North Star in a pair See tbeodicers, intelligence in tlieir counten of scales and weight it J He'll do it lor vou.' ances, but deformed by a marked exprc-sion of It may bo gathered from ibe-e rem irks that overbearing pride. Hut see thnl young mm. Captain 'Cuttle's reverence for tho stock of in ' Wh it an amiable expression ho has. Hi, uni triiiuents was profound, and th it bis philosophy 1 form iinpirts no ferocity to his minne-s. knew little or no distinction between trading ml i here 1-crowed nnd contusion. The troops and inventing it. I ' Ah !' he said, with a sie:h. ' it's a fine thing! tn understand 'em. And vet it's a line thing not to iinder-tand 'em. I hardly know which i best. It's so comfortable to sit here and feel that you might bo neighed, measured, inigui- fied, electrified, palarized, played the very devil with : mid never know how.' Nothing short of the wonderful Madeira, com bined with tho occasion (which render it desira ble to improve mid expand Walter's inind,)could have ever loosened his tongue to the utterance of this prodigious oration. Ho seemed quite iimizod liiuiself at tho m inner in which it open ed up to view the sources of tho taciturn delight ho had had in eating Sunday dinners in that p tr ior for ten years. H coming'a sadder and a wiser man, he mused and held his eaco. ' Come!' cried Ilia subject of bis admiration, returning. ' Hefore you havo your glass of grog, Ned, we must finish' the bottle.' Standby! slid Ned, tilling his glass. 'Give they could not understand the words of one of tho'b-st llritoiis who ever live I.Algernon Sidney, which words are th? motto of the lir-t state in New England .'! WiV placid tm tub li'jertate UH.'l." Another World. Anew world has bvn horn to human knowl edge, and tint too, within our own finally of worlds one that pays bomigeto our cum'nion lire-ide, and has .1 stellar right to sisterhood in our circle. Where Ins it been for these thou sands nf years .' Why Ins no ray told us of our stray si-ter 1 His bi liocn copietting with comets in the wilderness, or hiss ing in the ra vs nl ether suns and sji stems I (.'an it be thai the inures In hitherto disdained tho are embirking. The highly pohhed field- taniilv.and waited iin'il Iheg ory of Polk's admin pieces glitter in the bovvsot the boats. Hut our ' i-'ra'imi invited h r inn oursv.tcm ! lj that as young'er, wo mut not looe sight nf him ; 1 " may, thougn the win lererha- ben slng-dni" heisa direct .leccndmt nf Joseph Addi-on, nf, around our circle a ll a-liamed to be known the Spectator. 7'his young captain bad arrived I dodging w hencver a tele-cope was preentcd, plaj nig env ly about 11 for some thousands and-twenty minutes imsl twelve when tho can tain's watch stopped in his pocket; ho Iviii". the boy some more dead ugiinst tho inain ina-t 011 tho fourteenth 4 No more, think Ve, Uncle!' of IVbruary, seventeen forty-nine!' cried Walter, 1 Yes, yes,' said Sot, ' it little more. We'll with great information. J finish the bottle, to the House, Ned Walter's ' Ay, to he suro !' cried old Sol, ' quite right ! 1 boii-e. Why it may be his house one of the-o Then, thcro were five hundred casks of such days, in pirt. Who knows ? Sir Hichard wino aboard : and all hands (except the first Whiltinirton married his in ister's d uighter.' mate, first lieutenant, two seamen and u lady, ' 'J'lirn ngain, Whittington, Lord .Mayor of in a leaky boat) going to vvork to stave the1 London, and when you aro ow you win never casks, got drunk and dieil drunk, singiug'Hulo. depart from it.' interposed the Captain. Wal'r! Hritannia.' when she settled and went down.' Overhaul, tho book nil' lad.' Aim although jir. uoiiioey nas 11 1 a uaugii ter,' Sol began. ' Yes, yes, he has, uncle,' said the boy, red dening and laughing. Has he I cried the old man. ' Indeed 1 think and ending with one awful scream in chorus. ' Hut when tho Oeorgo the Second drove ashore, Uncle, on tho coit of Cornwall, in a di-inal gale, two hours before day-break, 011 tho fourth of .March, 'seventy-one, bho had near two hundred horses aboard ; nnd the horses ho has, too.' breaking loo-o down below, early in tho gale,1 'Oh! I know he has,' said Iho boy, 'Some and tearing to and fro, and trampling each other, of 'em were talking about it in the oilico to-diy. to death, made such noises, and sit up such And they do say, Undo and Unplnui 1 Mitlli 111 liu-ton early 011 tho inoiiiing nt the seven teenth uf June, lie waives an invitation to dine at the Province House ho finds hi grave on that day. Hut let ii. now recur to more stirring scenes. The boats cross ; the troop are landing; the artillery is placed. IIovvepiues. "Is it pos-i hie," be aks liiuiself, '-ihatthcsn yankee rebels will stmd our chirge " Tlio Hritou-, advance whole ranks of them are shot down. How e is puzzled .' The c 0 from the frigate j in the river is incessant. Howe, nn foot, accosts Hilcarras: 'Isthero nothing to be done?" bo asks. disdovers th it the American loll is not protected by substantial brea-t works. Ho recommends that tlu battalion of ltoyal Welb I'lie-i leers lie led to the charge upon the American left. The battalion advances, the nar.ule is formed, tho music of tho band i lieird. "O.licers to the front ! "I'orm parade ! A11J three times that bit) ilinu advances to Ik' decimated by the destructive fire ol the Ameri cans, Howe Is paralyzed. What slnll be do! Hut a blull' looking g'entlemiu from tho heights of Cnpp's Hills watches him through his leiescnie. This gentleman rushes down from tho battery, llings his pur-o upon the ground, mid with furf ousoitlncalls fur some ono to tako him over. A hardy boatman undertakes the ntlice, and (i'lieral Clinton feeling all of the "tV?n-i if his" reaches the foot of Hreed's hill. The lines aro ietored. 7'ho fire from the artillery i in. cessant the guns from the ships of war from thegim constantly play ujioii the Ameri cans, but without !nipres'ion. Sir William iinvvo is inmost uistracteil ho rudely accosts 11 liiiunn cries, that tho crew believed tlu ship to lowering his voice, miinu a likcu uimimi iuj sergeam mm vviiuoui prel.ico "you must cioss bo full of devils, some of the best men, losing her, mid that she 's lelt unnoticed, among the sir." Ho tears a leaf from his tablets with heart and head, went overboard in despair, and, servants, and that bis mind's so set all the while! these words, "Ji,lm llurgoyne set liro to the only two were lelt alive, at last, to tell the tale.' 1 upon having his son in the bouse, that although 1 town yours W. Howe-" Twenty minutes v.l ,. l,,. ' miil nhl Knl. ' u lim. ih P.,1,-. In, 's only u b.iliv now. he is going to havo lu nlanso well directed shells h.ivn emsserl il,.. 'lances ttriicK oitener man lonm-ny, aim mu, river, me town is ma blaM the attack is ami ot year we v. .11 let her in. Nay, .ho is just as welcome as if she had made her apjiearance at tho hour of invitation. Although we are tho greal '-t world in the univer.e, and know moro about matters and things thin our modo-ty will permit us to explain, )et we aro not proud. Is.-t the new planet lie admited 1 It is done. Sho i one of 11s. Hut this nirtner in our dance, around the olar may sl as jet tiimescrilied. Curiosity giv. a keener light to thecves of her planetary c anpaiuom. N she I irge Is she bright; Is she merry as Mercurv or fire-ovod as M irs ? I, she beset with courtiers like 'Jii piteri Dies she wear a girdle like S Hum ,' Will she come to us like Venn-, at Iho even tide and tell lovo t ile--, while the wind ru.tles the boughs through which we gazo at her , nnd covers 11, with lln-smiis, and pei fumes us with Iragrince? Oris shea blear-eved old maiden plunet afraid of the sun, crawling in her cold obesity, cautiously around the centre : n grey hypocrite, that, while she plays the saint to us draws the vonng wanderer Uranus from tho propriety, and ogles, with sinister glances, tho suns nf other systems. Of all this we know lit tle at present, for l,e IVrrtVr We wish she had u decent name i but a foundling, sho mii't Ki content to remain in Coventry until her charac ter is ascertained and vindicated. ''ils f,ir wo must admit, lint her conduct v ith Urmu, which was such us to arouse even the suspicious' of a I renrhmaii, seems very improper. At best, she u hut a remote relation: and unless sho has some .-oiirco of calonc of which wo know noth ing, tor tire astronomers havo not vet exam ined her coal fields, sho must lo but a cold friend. She mikes, it seems, a tour around Iho estate it inut bo tqioii crutches, every two hundred years ; ami all this manifests but a freezing zeal in our planetary compact, vet wo aro content to admit her, uimn sulleraiice, into our system. l'hil. Sorth Amer.

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