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WEBB, Pjunter 1
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i. - r ' m
SD AY EVENING
i 'en H
if ?naid within three
vubicnption ; S if
oner time; . J f
ked.at.lhe usual rates,;
Ier cent, additional.--
inserted at lOjpcj;
: 'i43y ou citst editor. i ?
Tra ve in : a f w years ago in the interior of
kieland, we chancea to sojourn a momn or iwp
fsivsa'bciore the. left, the . dingle iriwhicli
ley iiadlocaied IhemsefveVJ1 we learned to
ppyerse qjilte flutyni their own slang our
e should cver usej it igai not expecting tp
4 a'Gjpsy family! ,h America.. Wa4 were
lereforeiquiie OgreftUlv surpnsetq letti ng
; viral of the daily papers ihat' a ! Gipsy fiimU
oaq piicneu iiij;ir -xenis uuur uic ,jjiv1'm
ieidi and hooini to find our English friends,
edeterniined td see them; so 'hrovvir:g aside
jr'penaiH s6issdrW papers a nc! books," we set
Jir face toward'the Jersey shore Upon land.
;i$g at Hoboken, several very polite knights
the whip and wheel urged us to ride with
-1'; ' ' JI " ri T7- U.' ' ,1 1 .. ' ,1
to tno Jiiystan rieius, .mm- .is, caim
? i AiainJni Hrri'uid tr' takfi us rio-ht ur' to
led Withl'men, wpmen : arid Hdren bojind
r theOifcies, .'ad away" wle went through
oilcls of oust toward t.neir ehcampiTjeutwbicH
fiYiPfl tlif rrranili center of attraction, rus tlie
'ad'wfts. crowded with vehicles and pedestrian
1 1 nding thei rjoHhat poit
dud her f .fit tie b rothe r, "they're
ill MtJ and Ma's going td buy me
Oh, nol IXjiaiies, aitt tbe mattier, some-
kiinsies ar.aiyery, interesung anu peculiar
' rjeople? crigtnitly- from Egypt, as some sup
.acromrng iu uuiw I'.y j igt
:ital v. and were the founders
The children appeared conUunded at tlns
lflaen uisniav ui leuriiinuj i.n.u . . ib.
relbf tlwr , mother, took' a rapid survey of he
mnibu auditors,. as it to. perceive whittle
ier supeirior niiei lgence us nj;it--Kit:u,
lulfl beeV drinki
i )2 inniisman coarsen ret
t qd .set oyiiieves, mats wnai iney
hre'i ' And in a moment he sneeringly con
in M Ffinndsrs' of Some! Well, 1 don
t hmnw h Jit thnt'V rifht.' after all, -for . Pvome
5 J J rt lt rrulVrrrli Jinn F(
b'dns!" ' il
a Theladvfrdwne'd. a'klappearrd quite nn easy
flS Hie liliUtniaii ;(ui;ccucu-
1 "Thely stole' the Sabine women, and--"
. . r . i . . . '
Donft, Charts !" siid the lady, affecting
lot to hear the historical recollections of the
"Arid thevve been stealing women anc
hildreri ever since. So 1 think you re qit
, By this time we hadj-eacheibthe end of our
r'uip. anil dttacendincr from the vehicle we made
fr.. . I "1 1 .t .. . ' K a tiitln ft ! o f a n - a fmm llin
. road wt saw their tent, a couple of small wag
4 una wi ttiout horses, half a doxen men and wo-
A. a .jr. - 4 1. Jw,u n 1ii.l 1 iMift' nnrl fepvprri flfKFS.
wdnlbet were seateuu upon uie
' ! ' : . j .. . .. .1 .
'f gr.o4nd qearfa ImWidering fire, eating some
W,f "spoon! victuals' oof a black and filthy look-
7 ing bh pot wliiclA Vas; suspended ;over. the
dying lumbers. J j Ij5Ur vthem was an old hag
J kneeling oh the ground before an elegantly
I ii dressed ladv whose, hand she was intently
! surveying with a view of telling her fortune
1 ; W nalmistrv: a lot of old tin kettles and a few
. I I - T ' .- - 9 .1 ... '
11 nieces Oi rusiv iron, represeuuuK uuci
- . ,- i . - "..
1 1 . ., 'L . 1.. 1.. tin i V n rrinnnrl
iiii, was careicssiy suuueicu upuu o jjiuuuu ,
in 4ier l immediate, cicioitya large dog chain,
ed, under a wagon the children at ylay, and
'h rh nf the (Tinsv faniilv "lollinff" in thSer
(I T ,-w. Y J "' J O ; :T..:. i. . i.
1 shade. Derfect personifications of hopeless in-
indolenceand :vagabondism clothed in rags
and , fifth, completed the. picture. As . they
somewhat looked "the Gipsy character, a,l
though we had our misgivings, we. approach.
j d one of thefemales and addressing her in
li 5irsY language jsaid, r"How do you do, my
IRomniany sister!" She made no answer, but
gave 0 stupid stare, as though we were not un
drstood: Ai?aih!we said, noiitins to one of the
p children, "Is that your chabi" Stiiljno answer
i but gazing at us for a mpmect, turned away. A:
few steps brought iis to the pair who were taking
qiQOer OU 01 iue uioreaiu poi, auu ..auu leas
ing the man, inquired if he spoke Rom maiiy?
surprise then at cch -Qther, ,and filled theif lat;fhi$ Xiw
kettle) said wet Nonswer save a look of sur-
; t JLjus junctu re oqeiOr.lhe , Gipsy mpnt'; v ho
appeared to, be ctvidil some orders to hii cam.
pauions, approaqliea ana presuming Tthal he
wasr tne. "neaa oMnG iamnv, -nius aqaresseti
H fTr7 rT rnti KrrklVirli'7 A l-o vriniti TTrm'
Withont.deigningtp Y' ply, he passcia pn..-l f
One of the children bavini;i ' iTurl itself
limping'Uj) to its'motljeri find puuing 6ur;hand
whorl i t" h'paii- nid tri it?.
lrf"in l4f?J Hi I
wen. my jJiuc. cuuu;ij is uiai y uui ;vcvctii .
(mother.)" -. Jjf . .- . ' I. , ,
f The chltf tumed'lup .. ;diU 'faCe a'd'teaf ?
fill eyeytindfgivlhg Wextra whine,-sat dowif
and Teceived; a spoonful 'crditiher E c
nJpQinle," said: we Jagain Cpme jniy v little
Rommanv chabo, tip us a stave, (sing us a
son:?) and T 11 give you a ghihng andyour bebee
ahothe r," a t )he satne tt me Jdispla irW mon-y.,'i't''--t?
W;'M.;.( jau'" f-l:. .5:f.3'
r The child, made a jdtvefvir, the silver, bur hq
song would itsiog, except.wjiat we Jiad. already
hea rd . f. Lieay ing this ; g roup, , we a ppuoached
.the old 'w oman who had justfiHhea ''te
tune ot the1 lady before alluded to. She5 was
apparently '.about fiftyi years old, tail and sleni
derr h vujgar 5featurf s,; and - Itbough more
dfecent in tier personal: appearance thali nny of
filth v.i slight itidrmation bf ker liead ack
now lodged our preserice," atid as this jwas ' the
first httetiriptiavanything like civility ,we. had yet
seen manilt'stec', we concjuded that, this mast
be the .speaker' for the whole family, and so we
said to Her-- 1 . "'') '"'
"-y loa& beebe, do you understand iukkeri
ens?" (fortunes.) f i
Stepping back a pace or twoj she opened her
great, saucer grey eyes and stared at us as tho
she thbu2ht'lshe had encountered a lunatic. I
repeated-- ' 4
-."Gan-yocr tell mo my dukkeripenl"
s JW auswerf saved a faxed, vacant .stafe.
. ; r Are y ou. llo ma nso r gogios?' ' . ( gi ps i es o r.
common peopled) : j j
"An w hat thediyil da you mane?" at length
SJicr me. siuni.siieu oiu :rtiiie.
. . Mad a m,! ' sa id we,v "I inqui red if you- we re
Ti Bu O TT -Ti 1 I T
ibetlilccs ivusthatwasivtKomanfe'f. Uiv
Roman can you find in all Ireland."
"But, Madam," said we, "1 did not jmeati to
inquue if you were llQiriau catholics; jwheri l
;said Homan$ 1, meant Gipsies. , I was itojd that
you were iipsies.
''(jtpsies! ' echoed the old Woman "jan Faith
and that's jlst what we are, thin.' . -
"Well, said we, "you are the first Irish Gipsy
I ever saw." . .-"-;' ' i n
'Faijth, thin. I've seen-mony.a one."
Continuing this amusing dialogue, we inqutr
ed, "AfeoarGrpiesr? . ' H
f KAre wejall Gipsies! f I Sure ah' we ?re."
s 'Hovv long have you betn Gipsiesf" ;
"How long is it? an' ha v. n't we been Gipsies
addy got turned away from the
"And do you tell fortune.-i?'
4Do I tell fortunes! An' didn't you iist see
me tillin' that ladyjV fortrnne that's right for.
ninst you?" and diyil a bit, iv a thrue fortune
liller can you find." ;. . !
; -And is Paddy a tinkeV?" . I ' r' 4
.'"A tinder! -lsPadev' a tinker? iAn'what
the divil yo jTon mane, you dirty blackguard?
Do ycu think Paddy would be a tinker whin his
.brother's a praste?" - ' '
The lady whose' fortune had just been told
now approached, and handing the impostor a
two dollar hill desired her to return a dollar
and a halflchanjie; : s .
"An surei" .suid she, 'I've got buta dollar',
but -I'll give . you tha,tand tell'vou a iilile more
for the other half;" and taking t'he laqv V hand
continued "Och! What a
coming to sa "you! and its rich that he is and--handsomejlarid
you'll soon have him,1as you're
already ingaged; and you'll . have sn'x nice
liitie childer' At this last announcement the
blood mounted to the- lady's cheeks,! and in.
d gnarkly : withdrawing her handhe told her
servant o prepare: her children Jor, jhome as
her husband would expect her to dinner. ,
The servant girl, casting a scornfol glance
at thf? Gip;y fortune teller, fiercely' opened her.
battery by-way of giving her a parting salute;
and placing her arms akimbo, commencjed .in
true Irish style- Och,! ye dirty hijzzy' itt
r'i rflr tra.ora nrolin'itlrv'. f n Kotfar
19 pa pie ye, are, preUpdin' to bejGo p
jtillia fortunes Ye might as well
r! money aS'ciate 'em but ir it- IiV
1 UUUIU, MIC
stale their4 money as ciate 'em but iv it
Black well's-Island where the hole iv-yes ought
to be! instid iv the,ILysiani Faldes"! c? 41 j
In answer to this, the old gipyi seized a
hiad, had we not interfered. The noise at
tracted the noticeiof the'lady who called the
girl off, and the war ended!5 i .if 4 1
We now retraced our steps, repassing the
nrroun who were still indultrinr in khe ; luxu
ries of the, pot, when a good n a lured I rishrnan,
wun nis lamuy uressea in ,ineir ooiiaay cioines
approached; and upon discovering Pat, sud.M
dehiy xclaiiiied- Oclf ! Patrick, rny' darU
i ng, is-that y oii a nd what the divil aire ye doin
.herein iM : Ud i:f w . f. tj'l . kul ,;
"U it dojn here, you raanetDinnis--aristjre
& ' . -r -
I haire ; uit3irailro:
liin tth4r, constables txiakrtafier,
lint of JiU
Jtr ". If t.
y,4-y Ji. u ,
haiidtfoohih for 1c.
saalWAliuJmr - ih r;he'
MGepsiesl jPairick.O iepsy! Och!
th divil burnyou but jjrre a broth iv a Gepsy!
A'id Kerens Judy jeljrn Irta n es.! Ochl bejaber,
Bu ye'fFhi ce1 Gpsie$ a nd tlieif heM b tigh' di
thkigh his Very -sides wld crackras he; irpe&tt
edl it y eculia r, emphakithe iworcU ;'f Gepsies !
Iratrick, ihowever,?dia not reksb the joke so
wel, and vas half jachabd'to get; arigry and
ft si tig - fro rri y f tlie??g rouftd! c said' ;i it h - some
i?l!tDiOnisi tdsJtiinakilfH in;lfyersilt;
tho gintjemen iherel fefthink that, I'm no
(j epsy? and that Jud no 'Yo'rjtuhe tell erv so
colnrie.ilorl' qM Ca'rjty' an"d 'take something
tb"dff ifk'.anid dont be iaTrer makifr a: foll in
yersili.? L . , -1 -p i;? a -i t 1 3 Wli. r i .
, sThis proposition, put a'n end to tho comical
sepnee by the departttcet-' ot -Jhe two tnenas
fr;McCaty' 'and 'Jljcng satisfied 'that nhe
Hobokert Cipsy, Ta.v.as-'one4' nhe4: best
practical jokes of t he season, weJ too took
pulr departure lenvingHfie Gipsy fortuneYeller.
scanning tnnana ot 'jfc well uressea gentle-
man,jwno appeared lo swallow every worasne
J - V . i
THE- Vf IZARD AID HIS iWODEaSJ
Prpfessot AndersoB tile : great, Vizard of the
Nprtj, has already co$iiiTienced' his extfaofclii
nary e r.te r t ai n meats t ifif jour city. ! ' VV e shai I
occasionallv furnish otjreaft'ere'wii'h accounts
-oHthe doings of -the famous deceiver's, as his-
rejiutatiorv placed iwoirphe top of 1 the magic
tr4e.j Speaking of tho magic tree, we are re.
minded of the, wpadTuj tories told of the fa;
mous Oriental professors; of necromancy in
thb eastern piVt.4 of thei&lobe one of whoso
f jjrincipal;delusions wfes$hat of plaminj; ,a seed
1 3mid"a rowb btpef
most, mysterious matibeisi' bona Me tree, pro
gnessively. ProfessOAndersori,j we learn,
performs this truly vvpudrous- feat an account
oflwhich Kvegive; ot, r.dprs-and ,will but add
another.rmte to the past?: reputation of this ex.
trfordinarV:man. ... ; ...
i. if Infi nf t hp KnrrlKlT .Tfkiirna la savs tins rrrpat
- '"e" j,'" r-" - - --jr.. " .
most extraoruinary ot teats i in natural
magic, so weii Ktunvn.;! i,inuicu, niMury s ueu.g
one of the wonderland 'miracles performed by-
theiancientEastern necromancers, is knwon
y- W. Mrrrt 4n!e.rso?, ,m
tion1 of this
whn taiifCT'hrnnm.' who" lived for I
T ! riiF& T j Vm- j" "
in the E4 Indies. The descrip.
trulyextrproinary feat isas fol
' ' r"-' ' t v ;
JA ..small quabtityol common soil .is taken
Phn fible or the floor, and a
simple seed is deposijad-rit i covered wUh a
loose ciotn,j- wnicntnorougniy jexamineu,,
and; on. being removedJf5m the soil, discovers
the seediha .vegetatedd is seen .sprouting,
Ills UOiU cov-eieu, .a.UH-UIIUOSL d uulu ic-
moved, and; is a stem 'y
Again itjis cove reef a.iia. removed, and a small
treissqenin hlossomj? jAgain tis .covered,
and: when next removed-a rose or -, iruit-. tree
annears in full bloom-Sthe flOwers.pr iruit
pi.ucKeu auu given 10 ue jiauies, auu uio-.irce
and soiircximihed bjfiQ audience, W whose
hinds it gradually lasjaway, to jne utmost
asiojiiishmerit and delit pf all who witness the
gret eastern feat. . 1 Ayl
, fiavel .ofjen .lieardff TCe gvptjahs look
upon it as the most ntiful ofall their com.;
positions ot nccromacv. -
Professor Andersqmiyill doubtless create a
S!.. - ! --I f
cih-nncinnf doncohnn. -hoi ,fAVtrifnn. l"ifrtnrm
t"'u5.s?um"w'H w:r"r .J r:;::"
V-r r r ! iVlv;";''. ".f " r" . t
even oescnoe.- IJav n00!C. ,
i--: - --
On the -lst of
lstot July during tflei thunder,
an uameaaeourn, resiaing:in ine
Croft. Pa isley, was strbek dumb. Reab'urrt,
it!appehts1 waslstamlunear awnidowi Wheij
bnej of the flashes of ligMri ing, more vividthan
u?uni,..jiu;.suBti.inn bcv uuhw .wrguiwj.wj
opiaineu. uuijp 10 na.purpue, auu, wiwiw
strangest of all, 'no'ihurt pr 'detect Whatever
could bd observed. pit day, Kaeburn1 was
- ,dM v-" " fc',?"v3.Yf?w.",v o, " - 7
dob street. : Here,; after the application 'for a
few minutes of 5the bitieryl toliis neck, he was
able to'prticulateoneor twoisyllables; .bw
joy: at thii. it may be; imagined, wasyery great;
liiiu ,v. .v upjr vj-, oiaupjiin..
uuif, Hi 8jcLu HJ'4ti uui itv,cicuu3 iui(.
mer fluebey'Reabarii abotiid years i age,'
and: alt he ielt at the tiimeihe wa-? t ruck du nib
ws a -kii4frfgji&ewgfdr about a minutci
- -' . r
w i -II r.." Jj i fl' .
thrilling detail i'-which may prbveAntercsting
vhfe4gamUng;$alpo(T5 pfSaji Pxancisco are
the most splendid in tiie.v'prld, Tiie saloons
pf Lpndon, Paris,' fTavanaNe w York or'Ne w
.OreansVrefaV;'behcah5thenr in splendor 6f
decoratloa i and 'magnitade lof Jdealings. .f The
f5!la, ynkn BlDpFpdo: aijd thei'Verajidah'afe
conspicuous fojrthejr:, interior arrangements,
and the' number of persons j'whicb nightly can
be seen inthem." ' It seems td be 'arnonomabia
their arrival There; t.TheyJvrgenhaiKrsHui
tions theyJ94rmine ;toraplir; ticquire(au
independence, and. rush at once to the f iraor
monte bankthe roulette or vtngt et ua tables
or I the Puzzlinge&chroktalWck';rtthVe to
tempt tho Mind iddessi afnd becoirie.eaiy prey
for-lb cu prtiri, w ily and , i eisper iepced ;ga m
bjers yhortsq plausibly. encourage them to-try
again. Men who at home never thousut. of
tryidg gamers of chances become intatuated,
4ind eagerly seize every opportunity apparent
ly, Uo lose ;their mooey.vjii ii.ii; b v-.ail td
; .The .hej a refitted up vviih superb furniture
and, appointments. : On the gilded walls, often
painted' in fresco, are grouped - copies of the
mcfet "' beautlfuPgems'"6f : mode rn ' a nd a ncien t
arw HAmong.11iehi-.the world famous dancing
girjsoC Canovat .with their -rounned. arms
wreathed aboyp the loyelyf Pytherean heads';
sea. born Amphitrite,, rocked to her lily ed Vest
bythe glad jwaves: leaping 'tumultiious about
her' cradle shell 'eager to kiss the 'new-born
loveliness; A nacreon, crowned wilhlwine bath
ed 'rbses, hafping to.lh.e Cypfiarv maids Apol
lo, jvyith-the Eliseas poised, and the Greek god
breAthing tlj rough every ' ethereal limb; Cas
"sandra withj ber violet braided tresses shading
witlr their . purpled splendor those 4 prophetic'
eyes, alas ueverto be .believed;.. JoyeVimpeV
riU eagje, ; iyithjt his. cu ring , neck ft ba thed in
nectar by the gleaming fingers of rosiest Flebej
C!eopyra, 'ldokrngs if she desired another
Antony ln rier strong coils of grace, smiling
with. royal eyes at the worm of Nilus trailing
the death ;staiq across "the r sphered beauty of
her ivory bpsom; Mercury hovering with wing,
ed j feet between he" 'earth . and heaven; Iris,
gliding dri her" rainbow chariot' into the. pres
ence of her! mistress Juno; and many other
geducingarjg voluptuous jrngerips, most bean
tifully and artistically portrayed, at tlrernendbits"
cost. 1 he couches. Joannes, divnnsi etc. scat
tered along the sides dfthele temples of chance,
witl, rbshini n'rVrlmn. rt
god. purpie and azure,, and of every graceful
and lOVely:shapo. tiNow a carved sea shell,
an antiquated chariot,. a Gothic nondescript
j 11 ' " . . . -
carveu wun an me exau sue minuteness ot tho
T?ii7 hpthori n 'niro' TTnn vr
are scaUered flower shaped vases of alabaster
or Bohemian nlass ofeverv h,.o. and nnaint
- T viv k 1 w
iars of costlv norcriain. Th lamns nro titi
edi uhtir their Iiaht sofilv floats in thnalr.and
-t r.i.-s j - -
mysinousiy ireveais ine surrounding objects,
.; But the Parisian mirrors reflect from'their
p0lished surfaces, in contrast to all this splen.
dor. the. haanrard faP!nf Hfcnprnto rhon ti?;M
witu WnH ovtnt TfUmtK;. o.ta'
d6r is taunting; it afibrfls nothing of pleasure,
bal a1 of dis-ust. The dailight softly streaks
tbe skies, -but stilhthev stake their little re
mining- With the vain "hope of a sudden run,
dntil, completely, drained, they rush exhausted
nnH frpn Pf fmm tViO rnnm
amentedsilver box, sit at thetable the keep,
erofthe fara bank.' ;The game requires alt
U-IS altention and that of
an associate, who gen.
I erallv sits bv his side lo aid in navinit nnH tn
k,D& . The, crowd press eagerly to make their
several bets, until.: ''time" is called and the
cards slide but of their confinement for either
Jdss ongaia. Perhaps a series of winnings
draws attention to.'a particular, card, and hun-
OIfr 'Astt wtnsVr loses,4 rejbicingsr cuW
sin8,-fi the airbntieedlesscrboth, the
gamegoes: on, till j sheer-exhaustion or'the
bank's. ill leek closes it. , , U
I , - i. .. . . 1
I ' 1 t . rL? .1 r i , :. . - -
inoneoiinese, tne iii noraoo zamins house,
we saw a young man, certainly not more than
nirieteen wa t hnMlv'tfiiKA !nKloeQnrt.?or;,
, . . ' r. . : rr
a targe su m npon ine ace he won -a nd let i
ting the increased , amount remain, he , won a.
gain seizing the whole. he walked coolly a.
way the winner of twentv-thousand djilars in
- dust: pa ? 'V'-;- u' :
s;He was followed'by a miner-r-a rough reck.,
, less, liardy yetJioncst .looking- fellow, , who
placed nis, bag o) qust, recentiy. acquired, upon
j tet, he- won agaii
placed thewhole on theisame card,' pd was
fpllQwed by. at least dozen others. iA'd a.round
6tJ iiciiiai itauijr iuutiy, an. were muucec to risk
a great desdl Time'was callcd'Hythe'deal.
errand instantly all: was.-hdshed.nd still'-a?
deaths The faces of all-were, lanehed with
suspense, beth the dealers and Kettpr S1nr! v
line carus weui ioriu not a fjound was heard
thiiii ine ac& w as re veatcu favorable Id the
bank. -Curses andiimpretfons-shouts of
.fpulj.foiiL': ;re$oandediti Hrlar itirMt4rl
expressions until the t.wo dealers ippollj-pro.
tbeir, revolver. Vdedaring; everything
fair, and;anndunoing- the bank a n inner Id
mnctyfiTeihpusand doihrsL These scenes art
ies, Xrf nuf?nl !l?,w Jban hi tho commencemen; I
of the gd dxcltdrn'eut, but the truth of then. J
wiff be readily fjstified to by hundreds ot rcl V ' H '
tUrrted aHvohtucer&r-.r I,.; .4,j ;;.. -' L- v.f-f
j'Aiipthecleveiiiiitinr the Rella Union we saw i
,rrnes pf even ip played jfor lourf ;
thousand dollars a game,' 4 One inan 'won th J
wo,tWentyoner'tho6sa'hi dollar and - walk! V I "
v. "i, acriiitu'y uuconcernea as rpossioief
to the faro rfnk . where. he risked and lost; ; ,
ten thousand dollars at one bet, and; then de
parted satisfied with the renlaioingt portion lb
Atrintfere vfnendUhoAyri'tcrhatin? ixi t f-J
u smaii fiteaitter; ,' t Un, the'way up he jad a lit; ' " V
tic uSer.withjhe.captain.and won thirtvfivd V ?
... tt..". . n . v . . ' t , .
bundrep .dolWs'ln cash, nd the earnboal a'n V '
ali lfer; fitting He gerterousWr returned :iL .
Kx.i .v-J '-..-i. r-i - - .... ; ! . 4.
uui u -cnpiam, noweverr ana co:itentcu
hErnselH. with the money.";: , A remarkable ;.f:h
pathy quickly becomes extinct! Boston Mil
VM5 . v.Vruil!J,f Cl". au eieni, inai an sym
; About 2S0yarsBJCl; Ilerdof A?exnnrJrat
formed a toy which exhibited some of the poW r
ers ofi steamand was movaitby its po.we
. A. D..540. AnUieniiusian arciutect, arratj.
ged several caldrons pf water each cote nil
with ttie wide bottom oi a ieatherntube, whiclii
Vo'-.e to a narrow top "with pipes "extended td f
ineraners ot tne.anjouilng ijuildhig.:, -?A" firfej
'.was-kindled baneath the caldrons, and ihB
house Was shaken by the efforts of tle steaiSi'
ascending the lubes. This is the first 'notice ofl 1
the power ofsteanfrecordcd." ' ir
In 1543; fJune 'Clasca De Garoy tried 1
steamboat of 09 tons with' tolerable success dt
Barcelona Spain. ' It consisted of a caldron ol
t.t:'.AAV'il u;:j'-;Jl';l, t'. t . ' l
In 1650 the'first railrqad was coustructed e
iw.castle.bn-Tyne. ; " j H
The 'first .idea1 of a sfeam'entVtnri in RAfrto r. t'
was in the Marquis of Worcester's "Hktory j
Inveniibnsf-A;Dvl663.-i ;?: v j Uj- j
In 1710 Nefrcomer made the first seam er j
cifte in England J. ' - .
the' first application of the steam engine"
In 1764 Jambs Watt mideuhe first tierfeit
Iu 1,736. Jonathan ; Hulls first set forth iUdf
idea of steam navigation! T i
' In 1778 ThbmW Paine first proposed . .thli
application in America.- P
In 178L Marquis Jouffroy constructed one 08
the Saoiie. i ! M
,..,iu,175 Cwo Americans published a workorf
it '' ; "
: Inl786 William Tymfngtbh made a voyaA
in one W the iforth arid Ciy'd'Canaj. 'V
; In 1802 this experirpent'wa repeated. 1
Intl78!2. Ramsey proDeUed a boat by steartt
atN.ew. Yorjci,. i t;
, In 1787 John Pitch, Vijiadelphia', navigf r i
tek a boat by a steam .''engine' on - the Deli ;
ware. ! ' ' ' ' ' '
In 1793 Robert Fulton first bganjto appV
his attention tp steam. j
In 17D3 Oliver Evans, a r.ativa of Piiiladc
I phia, cpnstructed'a locom :ive steam Engine ta
1 travel on a turnriiice rnad. . I .1
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The first steam vessel that ever crossed the
Atlantic was thelSavaRnah,, in the month o"
June, 1819, from Charleston to Liverpool,
i h,nfs hrerchanls Maszaxine.
Ejaculatory Grayer requires Wot tht
sanctuary, the more, retired circles, i nor the
closet, although in either, it may, and ought to
be offered; but by the way-side, iiuhe thronged
streets, and the cares of commerce. and of tradl,
or in the social enjoyments' of life,' it is not only
appropriate," bit sems the ton ly. -resort' fdry
keepingup communication between the soul arrJ
heaven. ;, A Kir.t f h inm,.,i Vrit.L
I TT ,. - :r "6,. " V - ouilll H
I i " 1 .
groin uuerea. an unsooken sentence a'.vearniitt i
I Oi me ncarr directed to the tnro le above,. mTV
1 reneh tho rim K rtr0
reach tho ear of him ' who never fails to'ua ru
his tried and tempted one; and bring the blest- j
: : i : . i . . '4.
mg uu'.va just ai me momenta wnen ji js. moil
needirjj. ,Under the sudden invasion of angeK ;
nency, lct the heart go righ'up in an instant to
"ypuj- gieaf Leader, and there shall cpme" toar
needed help. 4 ' f . . , . . , j ;fy i
A Fair Business Transaction.4
A fellow yas engaged to a gir!,in Maine, bnt,
liked her sister better; than hedid Ken" Wish
ing to be off with the old love before be 'waVn(
with the new," he. asked his bethrotbed 'whti
she would take to release, him she.. rcplieq
that about sixty.tfo dollars she thought was ait
much' as she. was "worth; whereupon tie pbniei
ttr tfip tiiet iisMr ntiTr1 ft?m -( d 'm rrtorl tV J t
iljy pu want anenemyc j
person ana expecj njmio oe one; and il he fi I
now 5 par friend,' ten Jo opoif ybu,-do not sobbl?
er!OT3ater realize your esrpectationsJ Buroa
the other hand, ifyou taVe a'mah to be friend;
Jy, (eO tot ope, if he jloes nptl become so.ri
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