ii i i'., a r rv ''V.t
i lie i.;u
,ii ..isiiiiuti a character like that of
It th.it tin not the same pen-! l'Vam e, and ch ,i n. r ited into a weary
ami wasting struggle, in, lead ol being,
as it was, compiretl with any similar
event of equal magnitude, a mere ho
1 he three personages, whom we
pie as he lore, tiKit their laces ncvei
a . i e Mith smiles and that the ininis
t v antlvife looked to each other w hen
u, company with tearful eves, as if an
I Hum in . W Mi -UMII III Pi I 111 or
I Invc (tic memory (if that hour,
W in 11 f i est in youth 1 found ihee,
And iulant h-cuuty g-e tit 1 v threw
A liiornimr l'r"liiii wi roinw thee.
A Millie Ur uu ruinjf thru,
l i 'i ii 1 1 1 1 and lovrlv nionon,
A'' I ii I1 e i-phyr'i jfiillut hrrtlil
V i nt o'er i lie tlccpilih' i ( n.
I l.nr )r tin riM.rv "f tlu' hour
It ki 1 ii pri.iif fe.diiif,
At '.! 'i itl. ii the u aiding nhcil,
Tl ait.il winds are 'fhti(.
1' IK me- nf im rwTirV dan,
l'r liojn' urnt clou II in Sorrow,
A id utt the joyi i if y-st. rdv,
V i re pa nttd on l.MlioiTuw .
V li-re nit thoii mm The brndln jri-e
A T u V s'u'it- .1 si d" ,
A .. low's Joillij; f -utitcpl pt'il'.t the I'roie.d
all n.y ;.. aec repi srv
Jt ' uhrje ul1 tiioo I In fnne-rul Heme's
'III' r cllow Ii ai ai'r t iiiiiif,
V ; it. II opi,n tlir pitorful wave
' 'i..' nif,'li- star is !iinir.(r.
V lii ii ..i. .rid, half adore the.-.
'I l, i!.n t were l.,lr and (juirklv tu!
T!i hv. .4 n 'oiin.fi I story,
II . U n.Ird like the liioinit,' ,'ar,
'1 li.it I. I' i El dri -per K'"p)
Of jewels, diamond ate titts lUu.'.t
expensive, atul the most fashionable,
and there has heen a sort of sir tingle .
among sovereigns to get possession of
.k- 1 . ... I nl .. .1 . .1 I ,. ti,,.
mc 141 V- rsi aim iiimh wiuai.ni i in i .. e .
i i i r ici our moral safety, certain favorite and
numhi-r. r Limu'n diamond'; (if lanrr "wim ''";i
Mr. tli,t . of thirtv-six carats and specious nuxims are not the least mk
1 T J
Among the tlevifcs dangerous to
k'tit il in their hearts a reim nilirarice ; hav e just mentioned, resemhh u eaeh
to. i tendiT or tno terriMe. Michael, 1 mher in nothing lul th; ascendency l
would iue been, had he lived, his thiir characters and the extent o! their
father's stu tc-.sor ; and s me thought ' inlluence on the lortunes ol their toun
that the manse never 1 ioled exaitlvry. The repuiaii in of Kohcspierte
like itself sim e tli.it fatal event. j ior talent is, however, mere equivocal
Hut tliis was thrln-ginningol Simon's, than that of the others; although it
sorrow ; his other son was a t h rk in a seems impossihlc to account lor his
commcn ial house in the neighli'iiiti;; ' ahility to strike terror, during two r
city, and in the unreserved confidence j three e.r in succ-ssion, into the
of his tniplofrs. Kegularlv e erv I liearts of a great nation, without sup-
Saturday did he ialk out to die manse, jp ising an extraordinary degree of
stay over the S ihhath, and next morn mental energy. Hut the di.hohcal
in before I re k last appe ir at his desk. I and unexampled excess of nu re nu
Uut oie dirk and stormy winter eve- j lignity, that appeared in his character,
ning, in ti e middle ol the werk, lie I has withdrawn lu- ai!dic attention
unexpei led'iv enterrd his lather's stu-; h'ont the c ontcinplati. m ol his talents;
ds, ,nd dinging himself down upon 'and he is only ncolhcted as the most 115,000, and tli.- other ;)J,()0fI.
his knees, dt dared that he was a ruin-i remorseless of tyiatus. There is, af- J I' u- I'onuguese royal family l:.o e
ed . nil a lost man, that he had forinn i ter all. something unnatural and, as it tvv diamonds, one oi which is still
gtuhy fiinection with a woman w ho ! were, niysteriuus in this peison ,ge. , uncut ; and ii we may credit t'ie P'.r
had hd dim on to his d'-struciinn ; ami ' He exhibited a singular simplicity ae.d : tuguese 'CCo'.mts is the largest ever
th i he had emU .zhd his benefactor's ; utv xceptio .able t omc.ness in his pri- j f "-uul ; it is said lo weigh !C.".0 carats ;
inontv. done i,rsr, force d his name, vate habits ; . rd seems to have hit no and il it should hise halt its wtiiain
ai d that unless lie could make his is-, lemma ion to abuse power toaccuniu-i cutting, il w uld he worth 5,G',I,8'X!.
latr wtalt'i to indulgf in sensual leas-1 ,ll're is a small part ol it broken oi:
u res. Liberty was the watch-word of
the day ; but with him nine was more
I' I .... .1..... .., I t I t n 111 i in
upwards, does not exceed i.ineteM., tcssuu, as u.ej ca.y imo, -
only two of which are in Kngland : P' n,du,8en "d""r ;tl'J
.... i- i , .i , ,. a ways see n to oe on me oi'iiuiai mi c
one, the lVgot diamond, worth K,- . . . ,
.w,i i i ! i ol srood natui '. On;: ol lite most ob-
OOOl and another in possession ol the u? b 'uu , . . , , ..
Hornby family, valued at KOUd. IIol- V',0 ' ,hcV! ''"llut ,mlll(J'1 ol rcctJl"
land has but one, winch is worth up-' t'1".1 1 '";
w,rds of 10,0001. France has two; clecide.hy wu ked, and y.;t iH.t scrupu-
the largest was bought by the Duke of """"'V ''' Uv (l.u:,1,l "'S i,lirJ:-
iilii lur, t (i tl J nam it ii tun mil-
flrL'Jiic Int-'iMrr tin r'(vr-m t' -u . i I fillip
hence called the regency diamond, the )V; "'n"a"t Persons Jo ,,.
value of which is i:,O,00ol. Coeat l,,1!1-'im: sl"llt,u''1 ""'K
.Mogul Ins one of a rose color, valu- treacherous apology than by almost
ed at )2.).00'jl. The two priric :t il
1 1 1 :i mmw I u I w li.iifrt r.ir lit I'ir;t :ii-i' e id.
ed, i i the hyperbolical language of the
eist, "the Mountain ol Splendour,"
any odier means, rew are systeniat
ically, or prt r.ii dilated!)' wicked; oi
propose to tlu instlvcs, at first, moi
than such small indulgences as they ar
and " the Se . of gl-rv ;" one is worth 1
ners'.iad.'d havf ii'j harm in them. 11.;-
well' M tc.irs urc nut for thee,
re luadiu to di pluf lin e,
juih n ouni 'h.ni' s'isi i)ir hi re,
ipr. he must ( xpiate his crime on a
sC If ild.
Simon dray lilted up his son from
his kners, and lidded him to his he..rt.
" Mv poor wretched boy ! thy life is
in ieon.rdv! Oil! that 1 knew how
to save mv ssn ! btt"!ncn, w h it would
sig uv i he oreakino m niv neart, u
thou wast hut sale! Speak not, mv
sweet b, of lh crimes, great as they
c-peci II v an habitual tin me ( f dis-
w Inch was dune by the man w ho found
it. who, inorai't what sort of some it
was, struck it with a hammer o;i an
anvil; it was found in lira,!. The
other diamond, in posia ssi'-n i f the
Mlt. IMIII.t ITS.
The fudnuihij i one ol tli. snnjf,, written h
...T. , w Ii k Ii Mr. I'hdeps sitih's in the lia
ol II in d Unsstr.
W In tl In l.te hmli l.ilic und dl'un,
W hat I .lit rail il'spid the ij'iiioiii
course ; and he goes from his daily
laljour ol assassination t tn kc a vol
untary and solemn at know ledgment ! house of Ihagaii.a, is v.dith.'.,
of the existence of (iod. His delicate ,,('h Jiussi i j , i mi m these
taste and minute attention to his pt r-! it' largi m is the I ini iti i (liamoiid
son were also stroticlv at variance w ith ;u'-ur,H' sit'.'treol the i.i
I am thv father, and can now ! his p !;ticd condu t : and there it ! Catherine 1 1 - I Kis :.t, t.ii.' r :
i ink but of thy death a- d thv life, j smm thin startling in the idea of aj P,'' at t'v t-p ; it i . w.;it!; t .u
St' i hen. anc take w ith t h'e thv 1 nnndeier in a nicely nowdered head, nolnoiis -o rur
f .ther Mevsing. Peihaps a'.l thy neckcloth ol th'- finest cambric,
money isjjon. I will give thre f tiov:g'i ' I hesc Irightf 1 mcnn .'stem irs .almost
to p, it stie ihv journey, a"d s also n,. tv i ex ne th' ide.of a good man driven
I be enabled to Tc'vi all thou hast em-
iu' ,,r ; brz.h d. Oh! Stephen, Stephen. m
beloved boy, who have so olten Set in
Mm. i si. ill in,' j;rn t i in ,
a' i 'i nili Can Ti ti i -h )ii ploiiii ;
n .oi, M lime u cell. cs in ji'ie'.li,
i it r tci nr i
fi'i . t o a i , I hi-:t i-ii i , r il'
'I ,s tthm he thii kn pnw h of t! . e,
h, V Oman '
Let I 'ltiipirrn-s tiht for f:!ofv,
I oo i, ,,rU the rjiced tin 1,'nin
L' j..iT o' Ik i m s' ;r ,
1 1 i Iti n tin d.c in ti n.
4. .i ki,; ! ii, to tho-,1 tt'i-i clio1"' 'vT,
I h .a I t i in odi r to m.-
I -' -ol 1 kc In a iM'j h.'v n:,
N . f'r. edo n l.ke Sen ii' tie r,
Oh. Wiiii an'"
U V'AYN V.xVvnt t, t'.
thine innocence on mv knees, and
whom so olten I have put to hnl niter
imv pravers has it moect lotiie t:i
' tills !" An 1 fjih- r tnd son V ell down
i t' gethei iid prayed unto their (iod.
lit as a hi .ttt stormy mht, a-l Se-1
witl out se it .g Ills
He ( i t a'.v.i , but
on, like icl.ind in tbc nov U, bv a sort
of lataliiv or insanity to the commis
sion ol continual crimes : and the snn-
this latitude is gradually and imptrn-p
tibly enlarged. As the expression r
v ague and ihdetcrminate ; as the dark
eit sh ule of virtue, and the lightest
shade of v'ue, melt into no incongru
ous colouring; as the bouruls hetvvec,
good and evil are not always so pre
cisely di fined, but, that he w ho ver.
tores to the confines of the one, will
hud himseli on die borders ol the oth
er; every one furnishes his own def
r.ition ; every one xtcnds the suppo
si (1 litnits a ii'tle farther; till the bounds
I' hieh knee in permitted from unlaw
ful pleasures are gradually broken dow
and the mat ks w hich separate tl'.cin im
j.eriee,ti!,!y d. ''.f oy ed.
It io, pi il,a; -,, o;.e of the most !.irm
i. ; iy:::( '...nu cl the degeneracy ('
i. .it ii ti:j present day, that the dis-
:v. i'i : ..t and wrc: are aim .st
one cl ti.e
called Sc itvru,;
ailier, !io ha
dial) srrv iec,
the prie M
n.i'l t!r.;s an (
a:.:. - '.'tvi
t: 1 !i
.lived to h,.
: ; o!:tv ccu c;.-.utioii. 'I he
oj'cuccs ;.: j ( i;en lUi-nei
! l.f e ; the most slia'.i?-
p s tioti of a w aiideT ir,g iiiti li ct would 'i'i eye
srem at f.rst th ocl.t die niovt leasrui- l'ras. w livre
' ii,.:. :.h
r.n.!.' .' i
'.C V W .',.)
,.t t .!-.:
a .u e i
nrf'.i'itr'i for ta:
'J. I toe di ,;.
'.f way ot act untin? l,r uroit ei - 1 u" ' a 't.i.n e, a s..:; lor . u.- .
:nes more extr.iy ;gatu ami ineorgrti- 'fW tH'Xt ptir h.ise.l it ..r IT or 1
i -ii i , . . - . , . . a i ..... . .i ,
ous, n rossioii , in ii triu I. vv uh the aim a,;, r ,assto tnroir ii w-
oir.tr two of t rse eh ra teis. the
COIi. I'.'-.U V.
T.r, ; i or.e e,;
cu ao t ic i.iou. rn a u'st
At:x'ir,.,s deedi sin v.! It.?
I'.ed I v rent!'- natiic. . 'I I.
w as I ore Iiased Jar the
'.mpiessef li.'.sij, for 1 J j , 1 1 ; -..Ki
j -.t ti w 1 1,; aw av
i r.i' ther or sis-rr.
lie ti' y rr it turned. 11
c.i; to s.merici. and
h-ndor f en ins has thr wti us da
rhng brilliancy over the dat'o g and .fas. ( 1 Tin any ka-i ( r.c eiiaiv.t.r.rl w : ; ;
mad. l.is e-i u pun ipled rftubuion, w I.'k Ii aci oni-' 15 jiO''1'.
as it li.s ch
done w it ti m .nv
t tchuw irouiiiL' coot jerors aoii st o.esnit n
1 t atu iei t and Hinder n tunes. Mir.i-tr.i-er
d le hfher kne w "i t hr-.v m and IJ n p. rte, ili.o.h a.!!v
t ks fter his arrival, i f
t ilo-...li the matte' to his wile and posse s.ing high r el.inis tu the
! '!a..hter. Thcv saw his a(iiittif:i. btiun of the w isc and g i-d ti,
'and he told ihem he feared Stephen hespirrre, n-.t having .iti.t- dutud. Ike
w as a proil ate. Hut in t night the him. all reg rd for tomru n I. ma;.i' ,
outs r dm r opened loudly . and tw o of- Jd having fired the inuin ti. i;s ol
men in a much gre-atei degree, hv as-I k'' g l h w eou'd
ill cofce-almcnt was at end ; tonishmg exhiSit'n ns of pouir ae.d
e! e i.l
a i' tl.iMir.
' - ft I '.r I.i -Vj i.-iii S i ..;. i i
N'u man's life secn ed to promise a
hiers f justice entered tie Manse
and next day it w as known, not only vast successes, are mere frequently
to the inmates el the manse, but tu all thought of, and w ili probably be f.nal
ihr in' jbitat ti of the parish, that Ste- ly remembered as the most illustrious
I do i drac was a criminal, and lad persons of their limes, rather than as
j i'.ed to a I. -reign land. ?reat criminals. I hey w ill be i a- ked
! 0er thr e;rave of the eldest snn. 'n history ith the Ali-and.is, tl,,
rrarls are an :.u r lasIii-.-na'de t-r:.--tnent
o Uniale die ..rid uine i
t'.iem are of untin Te v ..lu .-. '2 h nio ,t
remai k ible ' I nudu n peails. is rr.?
i the Spanish treasury, la'.hd Tin
lMgrim. It was in the p t , a i
a merchant, who had ' ltd a ! '..:.'.i:'ed
o .i y i ;i.
o : :. i.i.
ver U- c.
i::i;'t tt ita'ttly contribute, mote th..;
;.:iv th'.ts,;, t e'iininish the horror of
vice ii t!.:- ri.ing gcrei.iti n. 1 hat
o;;r J.ai.'.i ;!. :,hu'i!.l he too oftui u,y..
i n to
ein.r, we nav
!ir the eaur-e, th;vi!i net J..r the vin.'.i
c'.i'jn, i i v: iMirct-i ..ted prt ; er -it;-
of our e n tl: '.:) : but tiiat our n: - .
f.lrj'ild e cr I e employed in its fay (., ,
t!iat ( ur ( - v.-.-f -cf; 't s
th usai d i row ns tor it.
w. nt to iter it I t sj.- to
ur course and a niote sere tie ( lose I is isii-ent rouhl shed tears cl resign
hat ol the He v. Sim m dr y . . i ed idnes ; hot tor him w h died u.
Cas rs, and the LruniwrlN ;
in tlif singular ! I n kin
tore to give s i mut h f.-r a pe.;: ! : "
Sire," re plied the men bant, " I ki t w
tin re was k'n-i f S ain in the wot Id."
This wclltuimde mplinu nt j leasi i
I'hilip. who g.ivt the merchant his own
price for it imn, ehati ' .
la:;;; t to ; alhat.-::, that oor ju.'.-u ;
V n! I evi r ho'u on it with iniiillcrenet ,
l:a ::; si; -,'low cl e xcuse : because th. i
car. prettn-i no foundation in nature,
no :.;'! a y i:i tctpptativm. no pa'di-.ttivc
llowivir defective, tliereforr. ot;r
prattiie m.iv r; however we nu be
aoi.iid I -, seduction, or precipitated
l y pav-;( i. ;.t us beware ol low e lie;
the Si AM) '.!'.:
i a ,T.e o: hi,i,'
II I ii attv years pows-ud tr-e en-' atter.de d brvond the sea, their grief ud inr'mprrnrril le ineu. vj-,ti i.ev of
"i ndtespectt l ail the io-j w a b t'er ard
is cuduct, must be c i.ti i,t; I
hits palish. A It w yord cv er utten d S'e hrn's r,anie, a!th..i;g!, ,:"m I .r be I v. e v t n i!h t.T.iin.s,
ol bin fjinii il ani-rv bl od, srttled
i tel., a il all-ytd rino.suv. In
k i k. in h s n.uisi , in n s e-iKhbi.t
i , in :r !': . Id, . r.d ' Uie w .,
.hew.s in gnu I troth, tin nutiis-
ts t i I peace. In I, is im n laniiv , his
) . tnss yjs prrlect. liis wile w..s
ei tilings, .il : i li s ow i. hi art ; . tul
oi and one daugMcr, just reach
man ard woman's estatt. had
miv ever given their parents dis
s. and se emed d s"i;, d for a lite
ti i liability and happiness. Hat
there was not .i house within the par- er rither has no p ,t alVI u h.t- c r. ar.
i-.li where his eheerful laui h had not 'apart, a terrible exiepth i In. in a'.! te-
i .... i ..I i
ot en elco'ue. ;iuniru eiiegories oi tne li
I lie a;,i i
ii I' orated arrt, who, m h, r ..t
i moments, yias . (tiiireh er-jo-si
; "it!i the drcs in which she si. )u;d b,
i.itraved altir her death, p its us in
, nrttd ol a similar anecdote ol tl.i
, I'leiah I'r me t ss de Ch: t ais. Al
h n.rr r in Tr
j thoi t;h in t!:v a-oui.s e.f eh aih, it was
I easier t" bring her tu ree. ive the
null t'e humble as with the hii;h
' e y"ik; their posse ssio.,s are
!U insit, re ; -nd the same lesson
be learnt fr.-m l' e lite uf the l-
' n 1 1 v
A mandarin, ii i in.A much it id
I hese ate vlu- three ereat n nus ( f :" ap; a.-ing sp.eiielidly eh., seel
the IVench Hevolution. A thuus.md a immber ol jewels n tvirv j ... r : ct
oiheract'is r this prodigious di .una hs robe, was accosted by an e!d Ii. t s .
rose in dilhreut wavsto vai ions hii;his wn" fallowing hi in tliioiiji s. v.ral
if power aid glory ; but the se ate the struts aid bow irg i ftc n to th. giot.nd,
three master spirits, who .sueiesirh thank d him lor his j. vuls. " What
set their sf;ds upon the ihancttr e l does the man mta. r" ctiid the m. t
three distinct periods; and the tui fin darin ; ' frieiil, I nur ..w thee ai.v
in these leading: nunds of an utter ah- "' mv jewels. "No," replied d.e
sencr e, mr..l rnncitd." with tran-;(,'hr, "imt sou have lei nu look at
sai t .i nu nt s than to take oil he r r, c :
no h iig- r ,ble to rb;st ti c ei-iri.utes
' I her eot fissor, she at length roti
setit.d I'm it, th;s case," said she
to the attendant woman, "jiyc me
other l ibbous ; y ai know that, w iihoi.t
rsujr, yellow ri!i!)..ns lo.k fiightl'ul
opot. me." The laM Words (d Mrs.
Oie. lie Id were, "one would tint lock
i . r . j . : i. . i . t , , ,,
.i iii;.((ic niter one s (leatn i -r,
ncording to l'ope,
"One Mould in,r sin., look tub mIii ii iii's
ly'loii r. This in
duce s a :;t,pe neptible rc rriipt:on ir.:-.
the h-..it t.:::atis the no!.;, st i.timi-
!e of an. ii, ii rrcover.ih'.y eh base s the
.ti I, si id 11. o! al .Hid rc liK'ie-ilS ol lit tiotl,
and tevents t,s from living up t- the
lu h- of our i.aluie. It mts ell' all
"mm it i; i'i ,n w it!i y irttie, ; ml .di lost
prvvi r.l. the p. -ibdi:y (.1 a n t .in t ,
it. il ye d not I "lie as liih .is we
ami, we s!i.,;i rise the higher lor hay
io.; 'i'n.d t a I-.i:v mark: but v. hire
ihe Ht I i: is l,.yv, the traclice e anno;
be hi.'Ji, t-iuugh the converse r f the
propositicm S nut proporiiunahlv true.
r.y ae produce
ns in :raiae
. as nt, as In m Dial ol tlie I iltiest j sccnd.r.it eemus would perhaps go i.irl'hem, and that is all the- use i.u :.t. , Aiid-li.VtV 'lrnc t!,i e !,, ek I tit. i '
n tn the K.tt.geaml Irom die j of i'sell, indepe ndentlv if anv e-tl.t r
p -t'e same w ..r- it y oici is heard
t v, "call no man hppy before he
's ni mi C.r.v's eldest son, a youth of
.ni-i ed t de nt and eyen m- re
! y be loved t-an aduvred by all
km w him w . dr-ni ned in M ur
! I t k, m his bit i r parish, one
:n summer evening, when his pa
nel e sTong -t no t ri at dist .t,ce
a i-ellio. am.-ng the hiiU. Tnry
id 1 is (lies, but co dd e'o r.otllii-;
vp bun, wli'-n r idiai to the w a-
ilo I 0 H t IT
w j I ! lief
h ota t v
weiilv ,iij fushv ii!ji', thev sjv
sink in a miserable e mani,lemetT
'i'.g strong roots of t'n
Ot the sheiks their
i beir..; then e.'t, notli
"I ; be- :m.. that ic
ru.g, well aa they were Loth thought
oust, ttsaciouiu tor the series ot dis
asters, which so long frustrated all the
it-mpts of the l'rench people tore
form their political institutions. It is
fearful tu think how much depends it
times of trouble on the personal chat
aettr of ine'.ividuals. Wp aie food,
for example, of ascribing the such
e f (.ur ow n rev nlutinn to the exi elh i ;
I the iptclic-ctii.il .nil nv r.d h.hits I
our I ttfiprs, who have a'hicve d it. -Hut
what would . 11 the ir w isdom. are!
piuiiv,and he ihMv lave ay ailc d the m,
il they had been betray eel by their
leaders il A il ants had proved a iVi
rabeau, and W shinton a Honaparte ;
II, as yy e m .y venture to presume, thev
hi have oersevered ard (irally ef-lv n.ne h dran r, than amoppst us, sn i
I, . ip,l their i't 1 , , i,. i r t - i - v i luii n, ; a o irmcrtc has been opened with tin
under each titbunibtanccs, must iuc I Indies.
i. - ..i . t. i . . i
in en i oe in eiurseu ; so in ri is ne i
chfhiencc between us, except ih..t on I
have the trouble cf watch, ng them, ano"
that is an employ mint I do not want."
Jewels made a part of the on a
menu with which the .lews, Greeks,
.tul Homans, especially their ladies o.
t'.is'irction, adorned themselves. S.
piudigi. us, indeed, was the extrava
gance ol the Homan ladies in this par
ticular, that l'ltny the elder says, h.
saw l.clha Haulina th c ke d out in jew
els worth, according l)r, Aibuthi .n'.
c.h tdalion, '.ltd. l.,s. d. df mi
money. It is necess. ry , however, to
re mat k, that pre cious stones . meiigs
the Ht niaiis, ,.nd the ancients gtner,d
ly, w e re mm h sc. n er, and e mw pit v
Never, pel li ips.
mule beautiful dethuiiat
. ..... .i. .. .i
i nine man me resent; never wer.;
mure pul lu el peiioiU funded in hon
or ct hum.mity. An amiei.t l'agaii
would imagine that Astrea h id rctu.n-
t .. to t.,kc liji 1 i f idmdc in ( ur weirid ,
a primit'u-e dhritiati w t.nl,l cot,
t bide, that, ' righteoicoiess and pe.i'T
had their met together." Hat how
would they be surprised to fuul that
fo.rst Mitt:. l'ersoes who rvtire
from trade are ceiurallv e.nu-r. from a
false sh.,me, to conceal the mode by I l!,'r "''''b-"1"" tu ,lu";c !"ti was no;
i hich they aeeiuued their we ahh. An !....., .... .u. ... . . .
.j..-... . in., ni i.i - ii . uul eiiuversai oe-
ie volrnre might subsist with partial
in justice, and boundless liberality with
sordid selfishness! that one may Mem
eager in redre ssing the irjuries r f hah
the globe, without descending to the
petty detail e.f private virtues; -and
burn with 7e al fur the good of millions
one never saw, and vet spread vice and
ruin through the little circle of one's
ow n personal influence.
honorable exception to this cuirrcd
in the case of Mr. Gillespie, a Tc-hac-i
onistof thr city of Kdinburgh. Hav
o g aeejuirrd an ample fortune hv the
sde of snufl, at the end cf the Amer
ican war he se t up a carriage ; and lest
die public, or himself might forget
how he acquired the means -f keep
ing one, to arms of threr snuiT boxes
rampant, he added the following dog
, 1 1 1 couplet a a motto :
" W ho would hull tli( iicj,t it,
" ll.ut notes ctiiJJ have 'cuujjht it;"
In vour conversation, be cautious what
ou sic,k. aiiel tu whom vmi vpcuk ; htt
ym icak, and wlien you fcpeak