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CHARLiOTTB, 3J .O., APRIL 7,1832.
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BOLTON & WILLIA1SS0N, '
; . I'koprietors. ..
TM-S-nril. r.rnt , . h,e be aff..r),i lo'
..!. r ' 1 Wl DnLI ANS in .ivunf-c, or-
iW(J txH.LAKS AN U HKI7 ltd t' i. Mr.
,r il im di!li: f' lia iu.iU,jaii4i
IM'I.HRji ' the cad ni iliejcar. r, I
Ail!riiitFiiint in ri) i I )iu Dulii p r tq ir
(ii line- nr teiy ihi I'l.iJ l ) l-.i U.t fii u.mf
Ikmi. eail iSci1 rimlianan!'-" Ti iin lij
cilu'ii"t wFiirT'a Malta phaivea IS tit
jut pigher i an a draevtiun ol 3'J iMti.coai. nl,
i.Z TTt40K IrMIU (lie irfuiar if ICC, luf u'v(irv(
'be yfir dvrfliK nnom iinfrlul ni'iiiM) or
qiiir i, r I r I pr q lre fur eeeh lime Senii-innnlb
If 7.i era I per aajuara Tor asr-h time.
I f All leitrra ralelwe lo lh Hdilorial Dnrfrl
in. nl iiwil be dirrcled in ha blur, Anal all ti t-
ur.i.ii bii-ina. lur Job m, am.miK-i Da ante-1
ir.t io ihe P ib Aki. AH Iciier. mui b wst paid
or iW ift pot b itteiided to.
li r, mi li'i'iM fur Jub Mk, . ram-l va diiie
IT Pifiianta en be mtrle lo either. (
J rP' Slunt' r are atnlH,r .sril to it i SfrnU.
The Laborer a oil llic Warrior.
J - aece .eaeexT. .
1 1 ( amp he b'l be dr sf "fg ;
'J'a twwti, I a brfvanei, tne a vine
lia- e crowd, ai al ot rttyine t.w lot g
The pt-ngti. itie anvil, aad ihe tuum
Ob. Bai ueiit aair lenlod liebl. 9
A 19 rHKiient'e ki-roee bred alone
1 be training ul' ilia e.k ener' firlde
Mora herieea true li.an r ka kuowa !
WlMafrttii. 0a ba't. who a.iia the ateel,
V f, ariU' a awert ee T.lienl, (niite,
Ae He ie a. e lornian r.-el,
a biiurf Mfure hie t'low of inihi t
"TSekllHHaf r-nqute .p4fe aoel l(.1.
lhal frame lile. lhal ligntrna Isil. -My
e.. s lr 4B ceuias in -re eeniiute
I tiaa U.41. wiiitti mn a in ui lia tfil.
IM I.it'ir than, bielt up eni era
It ma ao pilh f boa or U k ;
TtteaeWw't i.lle fit ehall he
Leea i.ner-d then the woixi-n ,n'e ase !
A h &tt a,'Ointfoeov pirtj.
t ten u.ei f .lit or e ilr.l l.e.g'it
(en ntfjefiaai 1.4 amis I hit ilea
ia uett lb4 tareef Ihelr in de (bl.
Ana1 as the time drew erarer et.il
h-a men t' te e i rrd tr;ith s all hed,
Tbl fr.tn a ik Uhl and front the wnl
VI ..at H tbet fataae maw gtaiwi1 ! .
1 ..'liett 4'r.etei enud i.14 ett eeitieg low,
i,iin.Kli Hm j nulla 'I -oil ;
ArO fronf trinh la lnul ahalt fti.
1 iH lit aa1 d4k are one'ereined.
u Iluhl siUr lor a U'llr."
5roir't"i'iJrore of Hie Albmy Kvenjng Journtl
G k.xiiA, J.n. 37. .
Ttin being ibe acene. ol Mr, Henry Wy
(T'a a eii.,t lo enfuce hie maringe ten lis
"!v of large fiwinoe, and the j.iic.1 ol Ins i in
i, iiiiii''oi, I ti ok '.cca.iou iniquiie inn. ibe
i .e. they at.ik ni- as quit cum.u-, so
i'ich ao indi-ed .. I" be orm repea ii'g, es
rial y a. irte patties are ( Ur nan co'to
j. The tiMt.w) -, al oiM'ther, i fu'l ol Ri
Jure lie l ine if Jriilb, hul I ' I I
ve oiilt a eiilip'w ltarr.tlt,e ;
" Chenlie W yc- IT" - be a C.il eU, ,. a
mla.lrlphian, aril tfduciie l wuh a 5
, k-.n and aitrectiv manneia, Im Im te eo
gertrig jn Pulitic. and Lti' ia me, Fjhn.o
.1 Frolic, fur nearly Iweitly )e.r, and la
e y we'! known in Europe ami Amenca.
a aPC'iinnanied Finny E siter to America
Is her Friend and Minsirer. He W is, and
4 ma sav Is, wealthy, but vxireiite'y penu
I 'U He sen! fur Ihe American ("on-ul
4) ef h. arrest end den.anded t be eXenipt.'d
n m th" "mdioary process nf la, on 'he
Ir.mnd thil he w.ts employed by Lord Pal
"stun, In iirnrtmte, by eorreejioudenee, A-C-,
" ndtt relattiin. Itelweeu Knglaurl and A me
re But the 9-friimAn Autlioriiiea would
S t I e'reti la Ihi. demand, and lie waa fi .ally
"lueel r employ (Yuosel. lie was c.nn-
nted in nrie-in fur a rnmiml nlfenre, but
s eff.rt is tvt.king, wuh probability of
slcrea. lo set hi. caao on the Civil Calen
Phi. teootrf a"".il mili"t. bts pun-
,. etni.tti.t. 111
" I The In iv is Mis. Me (i,
I J hn i i,nl.e, F. q , and
i.H niece ul Col.
V untile, of I'lnlid ij.nia. Sli" ram", when
child In F.og aod, where .he era adnp.ed
Sjfd ertorateri hy her unr 'e, Mr. Djrilnp, a
ileioao of ln.tune. In pereon, aha is
nail and delicate ; in mind nnd manner.,
"finis aied and accomplished ; in roiiverentinn,
fililid and atiiaenv.l Hi lermperametit,
. Irfcitable, but e. filing and eiTieli.in.ite.
If'W, il oi.y b ahed, do you know all ihul
die tve reau'l i.f observation outing art in-
vmBar fnttr haora in dav. whm M li.. i
Ah tl.a utmoat Irnukness, gava ma a fr.a
1 1 aaaelaiina of Iha origin, nrogreat. and reenli.
fch.r ae;uairMa.iea wuh Iho " Cueyalier."
' Af I aa iho whole matter is. in a few days,
tjrierurrte Judicially public, I have tier per
aaVstuej di give Ibe facts lu aucb feel an
aejprre.t in th'-in. . i ; ,
,AIr. ,V ycolT cims in London .ryenioen
- ?7ra"S. "h 'etter of intra uciioii fro
,".. Geinhln'a relatirri i hsr n.irU
eoj' lliet with ber aunt, teemed htm ve.y!
ttdiy. Ils was much at Mr. Dunlop's
.ease. "and iha faniitv craw nulla f.n.d ,,f'
fclfi ; u much an, that fur three or fout !
4.ia, in (own and country, and in Ir. veiling,
wa. fr, nuenlly an inmate of the family.
fcjrieg tin, lime, bring nearly nf the same
Mr. , and M iss G. wer. much logeth
sand tatiara r..n.U Iv.et milu f.tanla
til or dream of love enlet ma the hearts
at heads of enher. . . .
"Ir. VVycofT wenl for a year or more on IWu huura dia'ani, Mr. WycolT had a Car
rtl connnenl. and Irnm thence with Eiaaler riaue wsiiinir. . He invited Miaa G. lo.accenl
laYlneric.', ' When lie returned tn England,
Miiih the acatiftiniante was renewed, there H
tj on rrneasl of former relatione j and for
"0" eight years Miss G. saw nothing nd
kelrd little of Mf.'W.- In the interval her
tifle and aunt harl Hied, providing bands ime
Ijfjor her, but leaving the buifc of their f..f
It a to an wily ehild. ,Thit Cousin ef Mus
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G. m of infirm health, and with lit is cousin
she fifed in set Insion, soothing hi su lie rings
and ft'i i-nu y hm inllnw, una1, nhmil a yenr
much, he: dird. ,' r join una L.uiii Mma Oam
l Li - i r.
. ,A,.d da), BIe( lhj, d,.8lh Mr. Wy
c' '' 1 "r" whR ' wiurrpri, a p.
" L'Mi'W'ii. . Ihi anuuuiicPil hia arri-
ml In Mir ii, in a t:rj 8iiin)iiale LeU-r
ol rnnO'i ei cc , akini liriniiKiiKiii, Il hri
ht;llh ami iir ila) would ailuw nf (1, to CM II.
I hni iii iiiiihiiiU u iediiy . nivrn, Mr-
W, raiieif. eioieard warm r.t niun'hiea Hiul
awakrned aff ciiou . recolii c'.nnia of dcr
fru-iiH now uo more, lie- called again, and
aguin ; but alttaya aa ihe frit nd of other dn .
lie lioally, expre.ting aoliciiud" for Mia
C. braii b raiummrndrd change of air and
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! I'l'ier friends. P.-cidn-g to pass a few week,
' at a watering pUre, Miaa G. inviird t n fe -
aoei.e, I Lis acunrni a wild tne eavire ni
' male friends, the Ladt and Dau'hler of Mr.
1 l.'al e, the, Aiti-t, to BCCninpany her. She j
. left Lnridoii without nnv unciori that either,
'her Per-on or her Pure had taken Mr. V. Ilsvinjj secured a Promise, Mr. VV. w, irn- iled state, miht subj' r.l her lo inennvem
' rsp.jve. Ylti ihr.'e days afier tliey were ' patient to arrange time and place. Mits G. nce, if not d inger. II had endeavored,
'lahli-hed in their lli. pl, that gf-ntlrman ar- j said the must first consult her friends at he .aid, to Ujlain a Past-porl, hut wastilil
rived himself, as Dinner was ordeied, to j home, and espenallv Mr. R ,. ( f ihe ' that it rou'd only be dune b) M ss G her.-tlf,
Mrs. Leslie, w ilh horn be was ai rjuai. led. : II0e el Baru-g it Co..) who m Tiu-- J n app'irati- n to the luieiidniit .f Police.
'lie was kcd 10 Dinner and pis-eil the eve. ! lee. It was then agreed thai M- G. ulngld Shu di reeled him in call a Carriage, and she, I
'nine; agreeably Kills ihe Lalie-. Tno ncx'. ! wrile to Mr. Hales; that Mr. VV. nhoull re 'along with Mis Bennett, would gn iinnie
' da he. walked wuh thern. txpreing regret I turn In Par is, leaving the Lady fi ee until she ' diately for the Puaporl. ll implored her '
thai hie pub ic. huiinesa would anon call linn , could hear from Mr. B. 1 nor in infoi in Mis rint-t i of his mi-fortune,
awav". Air in he I) ned with them, and af-i But lime and reflection increaeil rather os ahe ai a'ways finding fault with him. i
-x leiwarde h inviiaiimi T M r. L-, had a aeat
1 at (heir Table. Ten da a glided pleanr.y ( ringe. She had many re isons In doubt the
a.y, when, ff three or four i!ny he occu ; inainceriiv of M r W .'g tiff-ction. Sue eouid
'pied much of his limn in writing what h ' not understand how, having km wn her vre'l.
eH'ke of aa an ini'.nrtanl Inter. O .e evening. In her beat Hays. (I repeal her language, )
having pnken of hii intended dena lure it,e'i,h ind-fierenre, he should have fal'en u1
' oex morning, he said aa the Ludtes were denly and vehemently in love wilh her.
ab-.ui In retire, " Mi-s Umb!e, wii nu do No rep'y came from Mr Bate; nnd fi
j" m (he favor Jo read this Letter? Il eon nally in reply eo Mr. V.' preni'ig Le'ters,
I' lain, a history of my psti life, of ni) pre. he wrote; him a Letier reviewiiir; all that
! " eei l poMin n, and has referenre lo my fu had passed and concluding with a d- laratn n
l.-re iH.pea, I need advice, and aak il of lhal she did not and eon d not love htm, and
j " hi rfmiuhler nf m bel friends." Then, i 'herefi.rn w uld not marrv hun. Sue then
i f .r (hr. fi'si lime, a thonghi r f Mr. W.'a in- huMied to Lundnn, Mr. Bi'es hadw ri'iei.
eniii.na ernssed her tiiiiid. She and. in re- a Letter whirh eh had nol received. II.'
plv, P.av, exi use me, I am u filled by .iid lhal if her air-'Ctiooa were in'erea.ed. he
hat.ii and (rw Intl.. m-qti noted wuh tiusmess wuld toaiiiiiie anth inq iru a in regird t
In gi ndvu-e." But Mr V. pernated. Mr. Wycoff aa the loip-irtanrn of the stp
n.C k their early acquit tn'ance, &e , end demai ned. 8hn answered thai neither her
she to. k I he Leilrr.
i Thm L- iter waa nddieseed lo Mrs. GrnK,
nf L ndi.it, a Lsdv of nuti'tun, whose ac
quaintance Miaa G. lad ii,a;ie ihroiigh AV ,
and of whom he Wis always apeak. ... with
, high admiration The Ltter, .tier giving
. h.al.iry nf his pu. auiia, ohjer a and a-pira-l
i.ns, a'aied II. i havn g rahaueied a'l en
juv on els t.l irvel. general eatfiely and faah
on.ariln di... hie -pirn irqnurd repose ; lhat
he r.ad been long aeeking and had Tinadv
..noil an ol j.-ct wortliv of M. nfi- cliona ; that
Ihia iit ji'i I, ihiMigli suftk-iriuly ailisciva in
perH.. w is inrna alued fur her high inlel
' li-cue! qual.'iea, 'he charuia of cmiaersalKHi,
the piirilv nf heart, j out d wilh all the do
n.eaiie graeea winch mskn B3ppy home Cir
dee ; concluding witn an avowal lb it he had
. . ... . . . . ..
Celrr oiwierl lo illrr (in hand anil nean to
Mis (amble, and aolicmng Ml.. Groui".
good i flii es in his belie f.
Early the next morning M.e Gvmble
brief but explicit tfi-'clion of Ihis
nfler, which aha read lo her friend Mrs. Les
lie. Th Lady U'ged, fifal that Mies G,
nuid rt fi- rt upon the subject for a day or
two, and next, thai ehe ehou',1 at least gild
the hit'ei pill alia was administering. But
Mis. G. d aund hi blasi il.is flower inns
bud, and em Ida reply as site bad mil
I f irsiii itl pay tli.it in Ins Licr, Mr. W,
mg dttiii as Miss G wiili'e had been left
q im- alnoe in the woil-l, he was constrained,
h"iii hv pity and blTcl.on. t b.coa e Ihe
p .,ii ri(,r i f . im en dear to his besi friends.
Mr. H yr. ff'e .st at the llreakfast table
Wn vee.iut iha' iie'ifiing. M s. Leslie ug-
ge.i. rfil,i ihev nuglit to send a sei vjii", say .
ing lhat B enkfesi watted. The seiv.nl re-
turned with Mr. W.' compliments, but that
hn wns at ihit moment dei aiuoc and must
deny 'himself the pleasure nT brenk'Hsling
with the Ladies. Thn servant brought also
a loner 10 Mise (i., in which Mr. l . Com
plains of Iho aeveriit ol her note, saying
lhat the mnntiei of r.j ction had superadded
mortification In L'nef. end expression the
hope (hat if thev could not be lovers they
ahotild at least remain friend. Thus they
neparaled. Hul Mre. Leslie, aided hv a
much loved female domestic by vrhoin Miss
hd been brought up, and who had been
"early half a eennnv in Ihe r.n:!v, prevsiled
.' ,..,!.'. ....
on ssrts tt. io rep'V ,n ir. 9 last tetter,
whiha adhering In her detetunnati m, to
Bi,fien Ihe term of her tej 'C'iou. 1
In n..rther week Mi.ati. returned to Lon-'
don, .opposing thai Mr. W". had gone, a. he j
aid he must, to tho Continent, on eiTrcial'
boaioese. I mmediatolv, however, came a '
nme from Mr. W. asking permission to tall, 1
not to org. his .nil, but In place f heir rela-1
. .. , ii. .i.i
"n P'I tneir loimer (mniiig. lie c.i en,
btit earefully avoided Ihe forbrdden topic 1
He came .gain, and then again, finally pio.
P"g " CaH in the evening, but wilh rm
ord ttf lot . The evsninrr uil was 'pro-i
hibitvd. During line time. Mies G. saw much I
of Mr, (in, ut, who favored ihe vinv of i
Mr. VV. And bv Ihis time ho had en.n ever I
Ihe old Nurse entirely. Mr. W. finally look j
occasion tu nies hie .tut. MiesG. less than I
ever indued lo Itsien, deteimmed lo leave
L indon. Mr. W. fnllowed her lo Psria,
whero, through Ihe inierveiition of a mutual
friend rn esnhli, lied fiiendly mleicuurse.
Lie liuiif. hnwover. he became leeder auain.l
hen Miss G. informed him ihat herpurpose)
a unalterable, aud lhat unless lie spared j
her from further persecution, he musl wholly j
!icon4inu hi. visits. Smtn after tin. she j
etl ran. lor a wn zenana, hoping io escape
' run, thm ...,....,. ..i tA. nuionir i.m i, lu
T"m Ihe importunities of her enterprising
Lovnr. But e few weeks afterward Mr. W.
i.pp'aieo to her, most unexpectedly, upon tne
'' Houeo of the Monks of St. Ber-
naid I Here salutations were unavoidable
"eir descent waa bv mules, but at a point
seat in his Carnage.. This wa declined.
then, insisting lhat the lone ride nn iha 1
. ,, . .. . .
eniberrasietl (he Lady hi aecming, in ihel
mule would weary ner, urged her to lake his '"ai sun several time, enaeavorca tonurry
Carriage and give him llie mule. But .he Ihe" Courier, w ho kept saying that they would
persisted in returning ss she had ascended, j ue at Genoa in gnod time. Another Car
Al the feol i't the Mountain they necnesanly I ringe. was obsctved behind them, keeping at
occupied the .am Hotel, whero Mr. W. i considerable distance. At the first Post,
presence of other lodgers, lo be her travel-
hug companion. She left fur Grners, Mr.
W, luHowing., Iberf aha kept her travel
lini; cumniinK n. Mma Itenneil. and hut
Nuran, cmiNlaiilly with lior.
twr. v emu-
iZT JL Th.",h hi J"k ""7, T
Op .e..a.. bhe walked ilh h.in ..una by the
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bku enure, im Hfgwa nimK l,ement
i k II u . .. e J .
numim wniii party . 1 1 Liium. Biiuiii.iiiiier.ouin ralner lake tne ctiaricea even
Gemlemari approached, he look her hand in a bid Mule! limn goon, but the Courier
ayinB, I win not lelea.e Ihi. hand until
vnu.av it i. mine. The Party approach.
ing. wilh lome o( whom Miaa G. wua ac-
. nuainled, a. they paaaed they .could not fail
j lo fee the position .he was in. Her f ffirla jion, onJ lben Templ(;t,,,ll''i'ectd tiitii
j were unaaailii.g. , Raieaaa my nanej," aheto atop. The Courier then A-li cled It' oma
demanded, aa abe observed that they were which sepi rated her from her Cornpaiiiona,
aitracims notire. "Mill you marry me i
'Z -tr ' 7 .
j he aeked. "Yes," .he replied, " if you
, will release my hand." Thus the first pro-
i mise nf Marrmce was obtained. Reluming
In ihe Hotel, he informed the old Nurse lhal
her IVliatreaa hud consented to marry him.
than diminished her aversion to this mil-
jui'gineiil nr her heart approved it, and Him
ah. had reiterated in Mr. Vt . her refusal In
mary him. Se cmnmuniraled Ibie df'er
mii'a.'i'.ii lo niher friends, who hid n'readv
heurd from Mr. V . that a l wa ...tiled.
A few day. bronuht Mr. V. io London,
iesistinii upon a ft 1 fi men! of hvr engagemenl.
Miss G. refu.d either lo m.rry or lo see
!.., ......I r .1 I i t -
,,in, u,iii, b.iiiii; ti.cnue t.iuuieij ner in reias
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in DiSb llallewaB - aeseafwaw t Ilaal hie. aaiiaiilaa ear. An
l.er. m .-. , ami she rttreciert ner ser-
. .. . 1 ,.. .ii n 1
VaUtS lo flenv her aa i.I.am aa Mr W. fni All
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lliafU.e I If, If ll.al tl I.,...' M.tl..n, h. ha A
ever spoken ol a. a est. I had sanctioned
rw hi vi. e r ec ion ot him, he wrote me lor-
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mere i,uer in wnicn he aaia I rial itirs. ii.
was in hi. power, nd that he wojld blast
her if he found that she had cro.eed hi. path,
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cut ui mi mis, nnss t-iamoia again ue-
parted for Ihe Continent. But either when
now in Lion ion, or nrev.oualv, ycou liau
bribed Louis, a Swisa Courier, who had been
a long nme in her aervice, and had her full-
Al Turin, about two month, since, the
came into Miss Gamble's Parlor
saying that " Mr. Austin, a Lady from Lon-
di.n, w hu had just arrived at the same Hotel,
had a n.eHga fmrn her frn i.'l M rs. Groat,
nd detired lo .ce Misa Ganih'e n her Apart-
mcril." She irnmedia ely followed Ihe 1,'ou-
ner vi ho mounted to the third story and pro-
cerded to the end of a long He" where the
dnnr of a parlor stood open. Look;, g in and
seeing nob dy, he inquired wbflie M rs. A us-
I n was. The Courier replied, she would be ,
"P in a moment, and desired that you would
sit. Miss G. said "a Mrs. Austin is not
here lo receive me I will return. When she
eoir.es le' me know.-' Half an hour nftrr-
ward the Courier came arid said that Mrs.
Austin taa weary with travel, and had re
tired. In ihe morning the Courier reported
that " Mrs. Austin " left in an early train.
AH this seemed strange, but excited no sua
picione. IJ.jt ' Mrs. Ausun, in the person
ot "Chevalier Wyeoff," stood behind the j
door of the Bpartment to which Mis G. had,
bv false pretences, been begui'ed. ready to
close and lock ii the moment Mi G had '
passed its thresh he'd. M r. W . kept htinself1
Iho elav Iho Courier tuld M
I'amUla lhat th Ifoe'ess was endeavoring to
!l .l I ... . LL J.
viii - m .iiem, a,tu inai nn naa aqi;s-,ei wrn
bee. Tho mnttvo for ih' will bo apparent.
wycoii a movemem had attracted the atten
'cn ef iha Landlady, who .aw lhat either
Mi. U. had an intrigue with W.f or that ehe
as boligyed by ih Courier, and look ocea
sum lo say so lu thai Courier. On ihe f,d
lowing day ihe Lend sd? asked lieGmhii
bow lung ihe Con ot h.d been m service, i hun tn n.e riFst, I . tenda.it of police a-d pre
U... ..ii .L. I..... l i. - ....;,- . . ... .
-c ., , tnrw mm, auu wnemr-r sue sp
p "ted- of .11 his proceeding. ? She answer
ed uoherrating'r that her Courier had been
long wuh her, and lhal she did not doubt
lhat hie conduct was enti ely proper. In-
deed, supposing ihe Landlady was herself in
fault, she waa replied lu rather tartly. Thus,
while confiding in a petfi lious servant, Miss
G. wrnnged a person who desired lo warn !
her ol danger,
In iha course of nn hour or I wo, the Land
lady aent lo inquire when Mies G.'s apart-
menta would be vacant. Indignant at Ihn
insult, Mias G. replied "to-morrow monunj;."
he il-ternuned lo io tu Oenoa and t un
some English fuende who were slaving there j
and direccd the Courier to be reedy lor the ,
early train. In Ihe evening he came and
said it was quite unnecessary lo leave so ear-
"u as ins nurse was in, t wouui ne oeiier
I KB inn eecinin i ra in. ni lee i,. aain --itini
will bring ui into Genoa in the evening," and
that she would rather start early than arrive
late. I la replied lhat tho aecnnd train
(which only went half way to Genoa) would
bring thrm into Genoa before datk, and seem
ed so confident that Miss G. yielded.
At the Railway leiniirius she resumed her
Carriage, (people lake their Carriages on the
Rail Roads,) but ils progress waa so slow
i.i, - i. 1.: A
the Poitilliun was chsuged, tbe Cuuiicr as
signing aa a f eaann, that ihi' tirl boy wua
not the regular I'usiiHinn.. Siil' .hey lingpnd
aa tho avualher vaa cu'd and ihreaiencd rain.
.. i , j ..i- i,
in iria uuiiciuiicu iu tiiuii ai iiie iiri ruat out
nl Omnia. Hut i lie Courier ohiucled. iiiuhihiu
1 'h0,1', y b0uW Br.rVVe JTI ea'ly' lb!" "
puaaihla to atop hecauta thora a. no Hotel
in winch .he c old be comlorlablo. She aa.d
. . i . . ... .
could not permit her to be lodged u misera-
. b!y. Looking tn'o Murray. Guido Book,
which lay on her aeat, aha found lhal there
wa a verv eood Hotel at lb' "Mace in nuea.
but he changed that arranrrunient.
rhe next morning they proceeded to Ge
noa, arid the following day, Lnuia, the Cou
rier. came lo her creallv distresKed. mnnipm.
J Iv, at having, as be said, lost iheir I'asxport..
iThis, he feared, es thieus were in an unset-
nsieaoi 1 . ISenne.t, Ihe, elnre, she lo, k
he, old Nurse wuh her. I hey were drive,,
lo di-tant part of theCry, and Miss 0.
wns n riiiucien up a long ingni ol stairs inn.
a large aparlmenl. lie," 111" l.ouner tell
lilt in, say ing he would si o if the Intendanl
was rently lo receive (hem. He soon recjin.
ed, suv inn that Mus G. 'i ut go unattet drd
iiilu Ihe I' teniliinl's Room. Sl.e. f lilnweii
!ho Courier, who lishen d her it. In A lt"nin
where, insteid of the lon ndanl of the P. hre
shn encountered Mr. VVycill! After lick
ing lie door, he mfoimed her lhat ihe hnue
w is occupied by hime f and Ihose only who
were in In. service ; that as she had evaded
her promise lo ma.ry htm, he had laken steps
with a view lo Ma consummation 5 lhal l.er
f I...I t .,,! 1... 1 . ....I..., . ,1,...
he personated Mrs. Ausiin al Turin; thai
his Carnage full, wed hers from thai Cily ;
that he hid intended lo huvte a-iseried his
ri.-ls before she arrived at G.'noa, but was
thwarted by her slopping before nigh! ; ihp.i
she was now entirely in his pn.!er, t ut mas
much as all he had done was .prompted v
alii-c'inn, having her happiness . wi II as his
own for i'a object, he t,uled that she would
. ,. r - .1.
turn nm ,ro,n ri'snritcn io a pjiinui a nerna-
sha It., I . . n . f . . M . . i. .If.1.., n bi.e r. ..... ..m
! Some three hours passed in unsuccessful
. , , ,
anlrn.li.i un.l lhro.1. ..n lw. n.,1 .,A ....
...-, u, o-riiU iv, ii hub .. iiini.,-.,,.-....
, , ,
B,i IT . I a r, Uarm lnA.....n W I. ,1,,,.
findmg an opportunity z-'d the tongs,
broke me winaowa and made an out crv, tut
i ne immediately placed tits nam upon rier
' mou'h and forced her back lo a seat, soon nf-
ter which he made an attempt to idmituster
r.ii r i-n... , . , - . .-
tu, on lorm, unsuccrasiuny , out ne siiu n
driven lo make a second atlenipl sho could
not escape itscn.ct. J his alaii cd her so
much that she eeain promised lo narry him.
He said that where ao much hajtuness dc
pended upon a simple promise, so easily vio-
lined, thai she ought lo as-ure Inn of her
i sincerity ; that he must have soric guaranty ;
and fnaiiv that he would send fir a Clergv-
man and be married uislanler. Tu Ihis she
interposed punitive ol jeclions, bui ns positive-
ly promised to marrv him at a proper p!are
and lime. Ho asked if she wcuio give hun
a yv kitten" promise of marria,.', to winch
she replied fiirmalively. Ha thru said lhal
he denied to protect himself agait s! Ihe pus.
sibi'ity of a. .other dis ippoinlm-ni, which,
now thai he seemed so near the p es-ion of
the onlt object for whom be livei, ho feared
ould drive him lo madness; ord proposed
(hot the written engagement slu jld convey,
lo In in ha'f her fortune in case ol her refusal '
io marry h in. To all this she b-simi ed, and;
at his requesl wrole the Promiso til Marriage!
and the Forfeiture, in the f rm md manner
dictated by the iHl-ntssivK Luvei. !
Things being ibus arranged, Mr. W. said
ho would order a Carriage. L aving the
Apartment nnd passing lhron"h ne 'lr r, he
teas fnlloued sti nlttnH" by Miss (J., who
hea, log the voice of her old Nu'se i an t u er
room into which W. had passed, she rushed
fr ard and fe'l Into her amis. They Con
veted h-r bark to (he Apirunen in which
sue ' id been cm fi ed, wbeip shr remained
wi h V . nnd her Nurse in rt hiKli s a'.e of
nervous excitement. And finally, hen re
stored, an hour or more was pass, J inefT rts
to truquil z" her and recoii'.'i'e Icr to what
had pa-sod; and then, at irght ( ,r ninrnitig'
rathe.) she wus permitted lu rewru to her
Or. (he fnllowirg dav, after consuming
the H ittsii (otnsul Miss (lamb n went wuh
lerred a c mplamt, on wnjeri Mr. Wtctfl'
wuh hn coiil'ender'ilea, her Courier nnl Va
lei, (a resident of Genoa) were airested nntl 1
cnrnmiited to Pi ison, where I hey a sail a trial
which comes on next werk. 1
This i'. h-ii fly, Mis. Gamble's aeenuni of.
a strnngn stotv. Sno showed nsi Letters
cnrrobiiralivo .1" it. Il is, I believe, a truth-1
air. vv tcill, ol Course, hns hi own ver
sion. He insi-ts that M ss (. loved hen
quite devotedly, hul had been r II lenced by
others to wrong both herself and him. For
the purpose nf giving the i fl'nr lb.- character
ol a civil off, nee, be drew up and swore In a
Hirtiemenl in w Inch, am. mg ml er things, he
say. lhal their last week in London wasnne
ol surh endearment and riillianca as thei;
betrothal rendered proper and iiatiiuil. This
Miss (i. uilerly denies. She did not, she
says, during Ih it time see Mr. W. alone, and
finally dented herssif to him, leaving Lon
don, as the tn'eniled. wiitu ut bis knowledge,
ill ugh the sequel proved lhat he had petlect
knowledge i.f all her movements through a
faithless Courier. W.
THE LAST OF WASHINGTON'S PALL
DF.ARKKS. A few dava nun. the Masonic fraternity of ; of
Alexandria, atlired in their rei.nliii. na.d the 1
last tribute nf respect to the memory of Ihel The latter is the bel'er, since having been
late Samuel Hilton, who departed this life on decomposed, it is more ready to enter into
ihe 2v!. of Februaiy last. Mr. II. was the the decompoM'ion ol plants. It has the ap.
last of the survivors of tho pall bearers ofipearance of a reddish clay, ia apt lo be con-Wasliiej-ion.
1 ndcrcd such by the farmer, snJ so lo be neg
I l iom the Greenfboro' Telegraph,
' PROF." EMMONh' LF.CTLRF.3
I i r i- i r ,i r . .
' "rid. I.niniona dnlivpied Lectures 4o
r . t. .t i' . f j o . i
1 i . r.,., . .i .
nn i ips an. i ii'v prt3 i eiesi i r,e
! Iter ;-,..-c,llv .... Of eoSid,r,!,i. .1,-
: Chemi.trv o will . Ifavur to !. . brief
, I. in III-ll.
Hie Professor brpnii by recapitulalins Ins
ilecture of lliu previous evening. Hn hail
ihere slated that constant cropping, whero
Ihe products were removed from the soil and
no returns made, would result in its inuvitu
hlo impoverishment and fjiiiiLxhji"1"",'
Tin a it clearly seen not only from experi
ence, but (mm a consideration of the nature
and coiui pvitinii of soils. Soils are cotti sed
i of a variety of element, souiu in l ire, some
in so. all proportions. The former, such as
Ri'ev nr bund, and atomirin nr elav. are rum
1 par lively valueless, their principal purpose
bi-inir to'pivo tenure, consistency and sub -
stance lo the soil. Sand bill aeldum auu clay
never enters into the composition cf either
plants or animals, lint on thfl other hand,
those elemen's which are found in nnu'l
q'Jai.titiCB.rucli as the phosphates, soda, mag.
neain, potash, lime, ike, kic aiisoi i"j f.lt
F.SsEKTiAl, to the plant, upon which men and
other nniii ats subsist. 'I he seed, and leaf,
bone ni d nerve?, blood Bnd btain, all contain
lhi.se elements. 1'vury crop thai grows
1 1. Ira. .... b niiilmn ... . im . . r mnPi. r. f llip.B
:.,KNTIAj elemenl, ; since Ihev eM in
MM ,Uieg p. Imlst f cou;se be t.mu
,r r H,rr c,jrev C(1hU,11(.d, BIld when this
lace, iha iaiil, since tliey a e eseoli.ii
lo I'D tn i position, necessarily refuses) to
grow. The sysl' m r.f crni ptng 8nr irriM;
mere'v postpones ihis tttr vttah'e result. I!v
r'Sliin; the soil notl.t'g is added ihoreio.
Tim on v t fieri t", that by iiO 8eln.ll o! Ihe
al nn.s'pliere ntol i tlior c . u- ' i, its elements are
brought lotu a coi.iin no in whdi lley car.
he more readily absoi bed. If, for ii s ai.ce,
silex should bp combined wilh any of l."-j es
spnlials. it wou'd be disunited by the action
,.f llm ii I .nf b.t,iirn mid llip i.spntiI u.iiii!il
; fl (ca(v (Q bg 1(jlien u fcy ,hc ro(),9 nf ,h(1
' ri,i .!,., .V.e.ead ,S .i.i
r ''" , . . , I
ing exhaustion, only secures its nv re com
p'e e di vi h pmtiit in ih. end. Then Comes
the quest on, the subject of the pre-ent lec
ture How are soils to b' regenerated and
preserved? The s stern of gret n crops, ns
lor instan'.e, ciover, buckwheat and pens,
does not 1 fleet this. The roots of these
plants, especially toe first mentioned, st,,l;i'
deep Mito ihe earth, and thereby bring cer
tain elements up to the surface, and nhi
. r r i u i .
reach of the loo's cf plants, such as heat,
. ' . . ji . r .1
they 00 not add any ol toe
J . 1
-t . w . . nenei ra t I he sur lace. iiut
menis, as noissu, ctv. in I'um, tftuisiL-r ui
I ' ' s
parig ) lg ..JB1em,.. sowed wi h clover.
. .,. ' fur as ,1 Coes, stuce ,t adds
. , , . ,, u,, . r .. u,u
- sulphuric acid and 1 1 mo, Ihe latter ot which
sulphuric acid and lime,
is an "expensive" element, while the former
furnishes sulphur to ceitain constituents of
plants, such as gluten. i he farmers of at present espnprs u.) tobacco is inspected
Western New Yoik use this method in the by means if chemical enilysis, and i pro
cultivation of wheat, and maintain lhat nntV 1 nounced bad if not found to conlain a large
ing fur'her is necessary, that by means of it quantity of prlash.
the suit w ill always remnni fertile. Forlu-I The Professor concluded by urging upon
nute y for litem their soil isexceedirgiy rich, Ihe citizens the n-cessiiy of organ z.itton.
end ss yet ihev do n I, perhaps for a long Farming was a suVj-cl which called mo, ex-
limo wilt not ut-cover anv injurious uucts.
in t.t "land, wheie Iho same svsteii) is
pursued, the land has become in some places,'
what the farmers call "clnver sick." But t!
19 real.y sick from exhaustion, siece phos-'
phone acid and foa:i imvi- u. en cons. unity ,
taken away without any return. .
I. .cknheai, which as nboie staled, has
been used like clover as a fertilizer, farmers
Iiilill.rti, iin'iij;iii nnuiu , . o.i.ni.,..
upon iii v kind of soil. This proved lo be a
I' I.. .1 I. -....1.1 .. : .. a. l,.,,u
. since it contained a large prnpor
llie "expensive" e'eniems, and for
Ihis reason il is weM used, since the roots, by
sinking deep, ( ring up for the us of other
plants, elements v, hit It t heir roots wiuiJ not
ul'u rwiue have reached
(lover might be snccessiully introduced mnket is opened, encouragement is furnished
into ibis county. Mnj ( Collier h id succeed- ' io rniie a fi Rrt rs, by which only the farm
ed veil in i's cultivation by means if the t cr's pocket is filed. This to be sure is an
mail found in large q tan liii s up in his estate. .
Oals miyht be used wi ll ciover, in tirter lo
protect it from the wind and co'd.
Liiids couid bo rcgi'iieraied and nieserved
tn a state of fert.i.ly. by tne svsleni ol ma
nuririg. H uh the tli'ecis of litler and barn
y.nd manure, all were well acquainted. I:
would be ti'inercssary t. speaK of ibrm.
The excretnenta of fowls add both the r.yven
sivo ami nitrogenous elements in the sol
This substance, mixed with six times I's'sutnwas sown, allhoug'i tin clover had ever
weight of gvpstim, constitutes one of the best been tie.ir the place. 'The Professor replied,
m muree. He had k'lO'.v n it used h) a farm-' that tho seed must exist previously in Ihe soil 1 -
er upon fifteen or sixteen acres, wub very and that they could perhaps be discovered j
great success. Ii however must not touch upon a microscopic ex immai'iin. Seed al- j
ihe giain. It may bn deposited in I lie bill
beneath Ihe g'um, with a thin layer of earth J
There is an inexhaustible supply ni much,
or i eat, which is muck in an i.i,u'.ccd stage
of ilci'oinjxiMtinn. in the swamps and mushes
id this ri g, on. 11, il It r t ii res some prepar
.I ion in order so I ecoino a lert ili.er. It
should be tiken whi'e 1 1 es t and moist and
mixed w.ih a lit : 1 u I. me. It should be kept
, wet, and ihait by being expo ".I to the alter-
, nations ol heal and coin, ny iretz nganu
I ilii.yv ng, it
duced lo a i
will eventual y crumble, bo re- i
mder, and becume Ii. lor uc.
Sjlipeire tsnoi a good f rti izi-r for plants l
used as I. oil
Il il.ii-s w el he.B the B'eil) i
or h'sf is s.uijh' t
bn increase.,!, as in Ihe
I Inv and fodder, but w.il mil &.sist Hie f.
gi am or seen,
("iniimon salt is
j , in
1 rrnm n fertilizer a
u oeiier,! v suntioseit
1 Vhfi! RnH t.ihHr
cereal plants do not r. quire cbh.r.i.e or s ki..
.... the elements ol wli ch ...It is composed,
but rather potash. '
There is n vane y of marls in this region'
of country, and along .he Cape Fear, and this
substance mav bo l'..tind to a greater or less
extent from Long Island lo Alabama. The
I most recent formation, or lhat w h ch is lounii plants springing liom lour weens annually,
'first upoo diguing, i the shell or stone mar1. : which will cover jist about three acres sod
! The only ditDrenco between thesa two i. ' a half of land, ai three feet apart. 'To hot
thai in the former, the sbel's are in a s atei land costs, say (is. per acre; so that the al-
preservation, in Ihe latter, they have been
decomposed and consolidnted into stone.
D.it that it marl, may be
eaaily ahown by pouiiiiu su'phuric acid, Com-
mnn infar, or nnv oiher ncida upnn it. If
I will be found la eirervence. ( The rrolraaor
I . ...
ilinra timdurmt a nif.-n iif this tnnrl nni mnl.
, r . .
i "'e Pi,en..). U.iuW.th this .hell and
,hls ,1;e "8 rem aai.d" mar!. Thi ls tub
mance dnea not efrvcaco upon the acpticn
"'P"uriB aciu, uecause ii contain, no
l""e Notwithstanding U name, it is rath
1 r ulun e'een, a" aomewuai lescmoma
b'uih dnv. This substance is ci-nerallv
used in New Jersey. Ii that Siate many
uUntalion. hod b-cn icduced to a atme of i.l -
most perfect barre.me.s and mar-v farm.-, a
were about to leave. Luckily this ' reen
, , .. , 1 . , , ,
sand marl was discovered and applied, and
Ihe once sterile fluids now suptmrt a liuuti.
bus and nri ti'ab e vrirvlation. Marl require.
preparation bifore it is used. It should he
",tr g!. rl with organic mailer, such as leave,
' or l"rn-Vrd manure, in alternate layer-, and
thu heap thus formed should nccasional y, sav
every three or four weeks, be stirred up wan
a shovel or spade.
II ires are prohah'y the best of a'l fertili
zers. Thev uny" fur ihem in Ivinland five or
six pounds 'slerline per ton, and for fossil
u.io. s, men are less valuable, t wu pnui lis
ten shillings. England has madn a doiihia
ii ao nf her soldiers who fell at Waterloo.
She used ihem first to filit her battles, after
wards their bones to fertilize her s"il. Thu
siut of ttal baitli. has never einco been
brought under cuiiivg'ion, Lui is covered
with wild, rank and luxurious vegetation.
Il'.i.ea mil-t be ground for use, the finpr, the
better ilia immediate lesulls. They may bu
scatlered broadcast over the soil, bji I 'on
inoie usual way is lo dis-iolse ihrrn in oil of
t im I or water, and then mix them wuh
m.irl r r Bshes. Bonn beds are s. rri' tunr-.
f und in marl bnU, and . f course add g reat' v
to their vanic. Th- piifiCtpa! ti-ft ol bones
istn jiv t p'i isp'i na ncid to the soi'.
Gnar.o con. ists of i'ib excrements of birds,
and used ts a manure wilh u, is son. tunes
attended yv nil go. d cllecti. I here are two
kinds, the African and ihe Peruvi.ui. The
hil'cr is va'uab'e cn acennt of the Ainmoi,ia
which ii contains, the former on atcou'.t of
Us phi shhate of I me, and is the more y alu
abe of the two. Their tesulls depend upon
the season. II tint is dy, they era ol no up
nart ht u-c. It is not a manuie with which
we woti'd probably t, n!i-:i d.
The Pioiesor then touched upon i'ip su'i '
ject of sf. cial manuring. If, sad b, we1
know what element any plant particularly re
quires, and uevvish lo cultivate that plant, ol
Turnips require lime rhjev. In cu'liva?in2
'umips, then we should sdd lime In the soil.
So we would add pninsh or something c-m-
( a i oi r-r il for tobacco, cVc. Tobacco n ouires ,
a very large amount ot potash, and un ess u
: , . ,
can obtain t!, or any other subslance, as soda,
supplies Ihe place of potash, the tubacco i.
. - . .
noi good. In some place, (th name of which
erctse a g'cot neat ol lejiiiing, mote tliiin ,
either law or divinity
anil soeumoii9 were
'hercfnrrj necessary for ils more speedy and
successful diffusion. A vast number nf ex-
perimei.ts were to bo made upon the adapts-
mm 01 manures to mo soi, onn 01 me son 10
crop. These c uld not be made by a single I
individu .1. There must be a riivtsio.i of I
bor. Experiments rf d tT.'rent kinds mi.fit be
..-A.. 1 ., j;ir..... ,....1. ,i .... ......i,..1
,i,iuj ii iiiiiniii inui,iu,ii mui inc m -iimb
made known to each other by means nf or-
.r n,.nB V h.'a ...if l.rn '
improvements are going on admirably an
tindtriw low srds perfection, a system n HOMP
i iiijiriiv pincn'r. ihe improvement of hnsbind :
IV. of e.itsie and of the ami, should g i haio!
in hand therewith. Inasmuch as a triv to'
Altut.MKNTr.vr AD Iiominem, or rather an ar
ik-si.m ao umi..M, or ra.t.rr .
it to the pocket, but It ehciu'd be lull ol
persuasion. As il is desnable lo have a lor-
fitn market, so it is more desirable to have
one at home, and for ihis reason ihe clash ol
Ihe s'earn mill and Iho buzz of machinery,
should be heard in our vilUge.
Al tho close of tho lecture, our friend, Dr.
Andrews, asked Professor Emmons why it
was, ilmt clover would spring up where g p
nays require three things lo enable ihem la , n
shoot, viz: light, air and waier, nnd wanting i l!,e
thaee they will lie for a long time dm maul. I
lirass often spring from the dirt brought up 1
from beiioa'h the surlace ol tho earth, as for
in-iut.ce fioin the bottom of a well. Seed ,
must nave in en ill the (ii rl. Some suppose ;
that seeds of every variety are sow n broad
nut over tho e.t-tb. an I . n'v wait for a f.t '
vniiih'e opportunity lo developo themselves.
Tho Pioessor alltn'td ai.-o lo the fuel, that
n 'tv varieties ol wheal had been reared from
seed d unr! in the t atacombs ! I'.gvpt, and i
w Inch had probr.b'y been ly iiry there dor mailt .
- r ci iiiutie..
loiessoi iui ns ner, uistn.ri.u .,- ,
sn remain-, prim ipanv ir. m, ei i o ituh
icnl varieties ol 'lie shark, aiurg the binks
me . Hpt- i nr miu ma .tcu-sc. tiv simwtu
,lt0 (i-"1" lllt ul i"11 amtimis. ktuna in ,
near rnz iih-iii, wmcn ne smt mtisi i
- " - a . - ....
length l 'east one hundred feet. .
1" COST OF UliOWI.NU WEEU.i. J
Faeh ,vant of common gron.,,e, pr-nl.-Cr, j
CU - it seeds ; of dandelion, 2. 00; of st.wih'S -
He, 11,000; and of spillage, 5 10 ; total lO .'liiil ,
lowing tour such weruslo produce l new aeeu
may involve an expense uf a guinea. In oih
er word-, a man throws away 5s. 3d. a time
as often as he neg ens to bend hi bark to
pull up a young xveed b fore it b-gtns lo fu 111
the first liW uf nature. Gardeners' Chronicle.
lecied hy liim
eaailv fhown I
;Crl 1 nrv 6 lit n i'tnt
( -1 am H.JIl -a-
j F r"
' "d l w
llhin vnH hm
ot tj,UlJ! ri.M, gno u" a ",
ill injure Mm BET'I Kit liARAINS
ihn you hee ever hud iff. rpd yon in thi murkct.
H. If. ft. I,, is. XV U.I.I l.
Ckailotle, February II, , 3il .
f vii'.'ie of a P.'errc i-f Ihe I'ourt of Hip 1 y.
mitri li,r F.ttiiii'ln. f tvil! rf.f 1' --n'e at
t y,,rii ( uri l!nue, un iliouiltii, tin' It I of
1 71 a)' next, ail Hint usbie Ileal l..ut b. oii(.
, !"8 '.''"'J '' u,.o e C;
" H'VVN ' J pnma l.nnu.
I l.o. mi t.irH tl ia'e re-
s :iiJ at lii.: Hum ul I.i9 uKiiii,, t wilni.' ii iicir Iho
I c, lrr ol ,..,...; t. :.. ,1. ut Acre an.i a
j hait oi Land, ia , Ii im ..n,, u, iiim is'ge auti cu.n.
muaioiis II1 TKI. exee, i;nt .-'!'. HI .K". nti ! ail o1!..
nen n-ary otr. uui Initios. 1 i.is t-u e l!u- n. en u-td
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