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SALISBURY, X. C, XOVKMIH-Il 21), 1KJ3.
TESkfS Of CAIWJNIAX
Vrrfrf rjp.IiBastpwlIartJ 'jTm
I ; TS 'V' "". Pw' '''r.
tad I'.ftj t if S4 jl bH. U- f
; I dtaeasitimnJ aiit.l ?1 trnff
tJ muUm st Un uf the t'"l
.XV U !r'" of Wab Id aWoohnU.
, i44 fr, Wiil be (uw I 'rod aca so-
rtrtNM' y b CurajMuouty a! rorrwt.y
' el aVJIaf P euoare ,,M rt.o,
frf each CooUiiiiaiK. (un ih! JiMltal
-Ors! will bs tUrgd 13 t-f fill SS I'-"
' pares, A dloctioti of prr ! tia
,f win as ' '
aauSaav Mr w mf .
3,4 efs of ibis work 1 1
r Common. la
M fvrctmi Mr. Mi run. A i'iU litn re
1 1 b luU. My oaty rrsrd is ibal imi wtmi
to; Klr 4 U thitijr iIC II had
, ynkifif 14 flin?, ffTn')r nxlmg
ta, wbieb "ti miKkred in iImi miiMk
jrtbU oirnibrr 10 CHrt KmfB of ri'K'xt.
Vff, Mr. Martin, wub tbt
IimIi br ew bku IM re( ti'.i ma u in
m prricctr'Xl M if h (icer brard in
,tt,iaa ofa Bit mourn i niw, wr. rpuer,
i i w-rmuwoo, I ill gif your -lf urnj 1 1
) r mo iq nl. Tnat c.ir, nr. rakrr,
jtti-L Vou kx. Kir, ml Im IInjm
rlbu 1 via rpfw(4 tt lb bat fWlion
yi DwriH 0"3ney. N, Mr. f p-
hkI unMhinf on lh htiaiiiif UU tWnt,
W my frith, iVniiM uil ontnhmx tbnul
-fll Uoghier.1 Wrll, Mr. Sktr. I Uta
mi lh tact of mf nariox lb honor ofaJ-
you, &r, atxl buiMirabl iiiiWmcn mun4
nf t ih poll, and waa, aura eMMign, oo
tiLly alecled for Ualway. Well, 8ir,aftrr
dKiim si orer. wt met in Dotal, and ii
van op to im, nl aaya, aay a b, Dick Mar.
'riartoi lai)hter, rMi vat alter nvitif wixt-
! i m tourapuch oo lbs huatioa abxjl mo, which
' . .l .l. r - .!:
fttronCHPM WIIH lira cuarariri m a jiwuriniu.
Fakh, and il'a yoorarlf, iKoiiia my bof.U
tawukeo in lht aaroe
f'TiaMwjrh thin?. aaid he
m a '
"IodtJ, Dwnia, you arthKih f yoowatrw.
r mwUiieA all jHMt lUimJ lift,' aatd I.
"Duel J think lA humbuz n, nul or my txv
i bj an of yoqr nouamwa, Pit k T (Rmearrd
iet, m btch tbe Speaker could Dot refcaio
f'Thtn what araa it I did aay T aaid I.
r'Toa krvw that ai well ar I ds' an id he .
'pi I dunV aaid Mr. Martin, in hit
i impeakably ludicmua inanrier.
0rr, order, Mr. Martin, ehouted the Speak-
tta other thundered out pn oalh, amidat roare
w;h:er from all parta of the hou.
f bg ;o pardon, Mr. Soaker, and th pardon
.4 aQDorablt llouas, if I aaiJ any tbmg im
u a hmhI. ii, in i t ith i!.4i, Mr. .
J.ii .- bt fii -iiij. n'anlrar, inUr,) I
' ll t !!! bluM,, UM U.
MM) . , '
" 0 jtt or dn ym ih4 reirarl, and 4 anure
bUrtr r Mid be.
".N'S I d-M'l aay f, Uit if ymiH rail , uw
o.rim mnmt al breaVla l(i, wwll Wb
r pUi, a 'id tbm I 'it break art w rt k aim
uH wl. brvor Jwl laa, Uttuta.' L.t
. -Veil, .tt,Dck.-MMk.
"A ltd fault, aura tmiugli, Mr Fpakar, IVw.i.
0'rieey did Up hta word, and b iJaifwd,
and a trfh eibt.ined, and be WD my ruwn amir
aalMind, and bwii,( .i an aa (Jiirly m lU l!a
tera in UtHMWy da t yn, Vr. Ppaker,ha Ibey
rriire fnm yo hoofir'a lilja."
Aad ao aatmj, Mr. Mnin reaumrd bia are),
amitU oVufning rxra ijf Uahlrr, wliich UatinJ
f-f two or ibre minuiea.
Tlt a!ltiwi to lite M4era in Chancery waae.
tKlnif)y G liril.xHj fwKen tby have delivered
any mwipi ffnn lt,e Lrdltlb 'iMurfVma,!
retire f tun the lab-'e ( akinj a ttf bnw to the
Mker at vry third or fUnh airp they take.
f-'By yoa do, though, Dick P aold Dennia
; unwrjowor, Mr. Martin orcwr, oroer; agnin
'.' eut i.i A Krwuikiir. hia voire heme Inwwl
nJ acnid4 the ppalaot laughter winch re
W throuchoui the Hou?.'
f Mr. SpakerP aaid Mr. Martin, with great aiitv
'J, mingled with a wonderful ehrewdneM of
w,"Mr. Spaker, it waa not nwHt lf that gave
it waa Uoania 0wcrn"y r .
t . a a- a .
fi'a wu me jiouse convulsed witn lauzhtcr,
towebth extent were the rinible faculheaoT
?fiet atJcted, that ho waa obliged ta cover
mum with the f .kl f hie rown. while the
tiia ample wij liieratly danced atiout hia
l ina Biouldera, m Hie agitation of hia head
J b hia excessive laughter. v , " .
j 'r Mania resumed" Upon my honor an a gin
sin, I dim'i know what you inane,' aaid I,
ll then," aaya he, didn't you any I waa
-'I need not tell you, Mr. Fpaker, what I anid
," oWrved Mr. Maitiruuddenly checking
i lt Ilere again the Mouse was convulseJ with
muM retract." ? i
aava I. ' Afr. Fnaker."
noiber burat of.lauchter nealed throuirh the
: and to eoch an extent waa the Sjieuker infv.
iih theanivernalriaibility.that he wat actually
.-"to call Mr. Martin to order. The fold of;
f rowa were again in rfquisition, with th view,
wahle, of auppreasin, bv their' application to
(wait, what ia called a ioudlaunn. .. No man
f einw m"r ready,at all time and in all circum
f'lce' to "phold the diguity of the Il.uite by en
ruim,foritt d?ior"UiWHt in the pmcwtlnga,'
i Mr. Manners Sutton, now Lord Canterbury
f,!te tilery of Mr. 'Martin', manner.'in cun
, "' " ith the oddity of .hie. matter, 5 ouJd have
1 too much for the graves! and rrxiai dignified of
, y fkmg waa altogoiher irresistible, i
r Swrtin,' asoon aa order was in enmemrav
'! jwtorad, reioed-1HVAplyou woo't retract,
DennW u-'?? : : c.; : , '
, by V -.-v.. :-r:;:-',
J' Jr, order,' Mr; Martin," cried' tlioSpeafeW,
-r. Mania had ottered what the ri'ht lion
n,'em conceived to be another oath, and
thereCro wihed to strangle in the birth.
; S your pardon, Mr. Spaker," observed Mr,
' but yoUr honor waa mistaken this time,
putjrouraelf to onnecesaary trouble for
tA &m to a wear any more. "I waa only
Ti 4 No, by the powers. I w.-n't I IM
, i ke rid,lle My yv firf-'" '
ughter, wbirh lasted for a contndera'
en feaounded through the flouae
" twy bad aubaided, Mr. Martin continued bis
m1U TUUimnr AmrrvaA,
Mkb(. KoiTuait I!rriu2 if ihe dratb of the
rrkbraled cWub CIih Gain B vk IIk. 1 am irwlj
red I. make yon the fII'Hin cwnxiunicatHia,
hirb may b Mitrrestin to some of ymr rrsJrsi
Uuriiijr reatdpfire ot' aeveral yetrs in what u
now the I erntory of jwa, I k i many ifHrimfi
tin of it-eiiig and coover.mg with thi rwMi-d War
rior, and utton I 4t back wr.h fling of great
pleasure to the many lukcnsof jid will and friend.
ahrp that he has Unim ui ly beatod upon liio.
His bale w always oimu t the atraicer, and be
was ever ready to slmr Ihr! wub bun whurh lie
might iixwt want, tiltwr fin Ian and blankn f ,r s
CKirh, or his corn and -n si P r a repa-t. II
always pke in terms nf high regard of the whites.
saying llml in war he Fsjht like a brave man, but
in peace be wishod to furrot thit bis han I bad e
bn raird agaiut them. , lJ4car'eraa warrnr
cummeoced at a very early age; when be wa
but fourtetiv jfars tU, hia Ciilier JVilwheeae led
war party against the O-ip-s, n which eie
ditiou be accompanied bun ibey aot-ceedi-d in
reachieg the yillnge of ttw t;eger, "which t!iy
tlackel, and after very severe etieountvr, they
routed their enemies and binit tin ir town. ,
In this U tie UUck Hawk's ftiher wss killed,
but he reveninxi his oV-ath iy killing and arulping
the ()sf(e wh bad alaia bun. lie waif Mid of re
eiuiiiing bis earlier exploits a 'hi fen rit'd of
hie being at the rttfht band f Teumo h, wh?n
il Utter was killed at trie battle of the Thames.
His account of the deutb of thidiuinulied war
rior waa reUted to me by himsntf, during an eve.
ning that I sjient in his lodge souio winters
In the course of our talk, I aked him if he was
with Ter.unveh when he was kl"d ll replied :
I waa, and I will now tell you all bil it. Te
cumaeh, Bhaubinne and Caldwell, two Pottawatti
uue Chioia, ni myself, were arated oa log near
our camp fire, filling our pipes fir amoks on the
morning of the battle, when word came from the
British (Joneral that be wished losjwakto Tccunv
sen. tie went immediately, and alter stay mi( some
tiuifl re joined us, taking his seal without any jug a
word, when Laldwell, who was one of hisfavoritt.
observed to bim 'my father, wbt are we to do!
Misll we light thu A neMcansr' xea, my son.
replieti reconweh, " Ire thall go into iknr rcry
soJce but you ae now wanted by the (eneral.
, my son, I never evpert to sew ywt sjfam.
Shortly alter Ibis, (continued Hlark 11 wk,) the lu-
dian spns came in, and gave word of tbe near ap
proach of tbe American.
Te-cuiiMca immediately pneted his men in the
edgwof a swamp which flunked the llritish line.
placing himself at their head. 1 was a little to his
right, with a small par f chunks. It was nf
loo g before the Americans made ttnjr appearance
they did not perceive us at first, bid aa we were
by the und-r growth, but we Soon let them know
where we were by pouring in oue or tvo yolloya a
they were forming into line to oppose the Pri nb.
Tliey filtered a little, but very soon we perceived
larce body vf horse (Uol. Jotina m a regimrnt
mouuiod Keiiturkisn") preparing to chargo tlpun us
in the swamp. : They came.biBvely ou, ytl w
never stirred until they were sti close that we could
seo t he flints to their guns, when Tecuimeh, spring
ing, (a his Ret, gave the Shawnee war-cry, and dis
charged his rifl.,3" Tliia was the signal for tis to
Cfxtrrnrf tqf " mn- not tnt tuna nm
Ter Jiarli bi.iarll h..l .rft.-nl.U .Wlt L.i prr- j fS U bfl, i. X b b4 alfM l.k. P- I Ht. ( ..Udrtfl Ul bs ?.c led -H r1 fal, U ,j l!
mm, Me a 15 ttiH in-'). Iifu-g ins tugUi : UkI brsr, s'm! rsiilma his cbsM i umh-r.ara'm, !in.ir,, Ulr mi n uH tn mm a Lr .. .
I.... ...I J l 1 . - I . 4 . . 1 , . . . I '
mm ii'M, I'd Ml ftl S l. atlrw mn, tm In h n l bMlfKKbar SMayng
euiHh, alitv.li m ra iiitin mttt t4" lbs flss m h't tu I f.tt l jy kna I tia!, sad
He Aiiw-rn i riiiiit," j It hin walrf,,!. u rL X4 af Ww
Itiis m sOMalt fl.lT '! fi the rf.ol mm wrJ J s ii4ti bis ttuirhi , tr k b b-ld, )
li a H rmnowMily givra i f T"i(irti a-nlh, -t IV ll pl Ins U S ail nM bef k.'-Jun kn frvh4,
I Hirt n , U Ir tie I f.r hrt beiriil f.tmr ' l.'ki -g. la li(f Is ra rp.M ail. umtmt,
lUwb irlaie if, t brsrd r C"V'"S'''H bv Mt ft, hn a lt bhf rftustts wwa wikjI I fSre by evry
the P 44ltioi CkMfs niti-d by l,naj. !iwt a l tb) tiMi r r b'r Ur Slid laohmf.
I hivs h-rd rn ich U I srK g 3 tern 4 I's'k
HttAlrn fvf lliilf Cl.'lr-.i, hmJ I am Md (Hs
p-.r S'lmiii pys kim ntt rixltrty ery
Miufumg, ImIiii tg hi . .!. .iii'.s I..'te'ory, like
Hits .al JMrwiuO..tJ. ', t Jjtamj In LU .J.
a-k-t hias if be h4 ever f jhl siiial the wbltrt
sfr lh oVsh t Troiarb. Il un4 i4 tt-at
ha bad rHimtml btMiMP I lit ViiUS uq ltit MismS
ait pt, at Im bjmnjiH is flm k nr, sitd tlnre b
Mned a til dnvra asv bv ) wt.i loibe r
T Wll toh'JJ wrt.KM ihtSYiiUg
was lbs rsNM of lbs war wbrh be wag-d aml
tbe whilst dunng that year, lis t'.IJ me he never
wtahed to fijft.f, that b WtS Bmdm It d'l SO that
t m whites kit'eif bis wrn r when I'iry wn, wi
a Rag to beg psrry,siid lh.1 after this) was
d, b t!i.io;l,l Ibry n.lrrvi. d I k.'l bim at
Mwi'l, arxj lie rt fore he w.wUl 4m l it a warrior
li etieakirig of his f!i lie aaid it was what ha
etpcrtd lb hsmdti fnii. ll, bill what hurt
bint n It an any thin el, waa our 0.rrimi.
degrsde-g bim in llxi es hia pwrnle, ami
wtuni aeitir Hie f (Keoari a ovr bim, l
b-gea'llesl be apprsrd lo ft I Vfry sens My , t
taf f million I lit biMPassll bis MIIV. pridf, (I
innc iiial rsu wv!r my uwn ntMcrvstMKi,
rwollirt wrll, in whxh it was nrff dm lived
t. ... ...
lis (umm.! ot in siihi: l"Wn in rw on
It's aaro- day in which a party o I)ri; i, umier
Cspt. arrived, and in payingtit to a furnd
wild wlea he always partuuk of a meal, wrettstt
flm Wopjird at the vilUfe, be met with the Captain,
wba bid bm-g mvited to dm.. UUck Uwk rw-
'named, also einectini the neon! invitaiion In stay
audeal with tlie.ii, tint wl-n the tiin ier was ready
tbe msM tli him aiua, and l4! him the taptsia
or rather lli while nwn's chief wss to dine with
bim that day, and he must wait until they had Mn
lahed. , The old Chiefs eye e,!iteoed with anger
as be anawered him, raMMiig the for-fUiaer if one
hand In his breast lorrpreaetttllierrer " I know
the while m-m tea tlmr, IhjI I, elevalln ihe r.9
er 4 the other han I far ahuve hi head, M waa a
Chief and led my warriors In Ihe fight bsia before
his mother knew him. Your mtvlmy dogi $!ould
met rot it. r ina tin, he sallierwd Ihe M is t
A mericHns answered the nhout, returning our rc,
mid at the firsj di:harge of their guns f saw Tr
cuni:h stagger forwards over fallen tree near
which he was standing, tell in jj bis nile ompat tux
(het. " - " '"-'''
As soon as the linlinns discovered he wns killed,
a ' 'siidden fuar came over ihin, arid thinking the
Great Point was angry, they (ought no longer, and
were, quickly put to fliuht. ' .That night we return
ed to lory our dead, and search for the ,body of
Tecunisehv,- He was found lying where he hud fir-n
fallen a bulet had strurk him above the hip, and
his skull had been Lroken Jby the butt -end of the
gun of mime soldier, who had found him perhaps
when life was not yet quite gone. Wjih the excep
tion of these wouiids, bis body waa untouched ly.
ing near hijn, however, was lare, fine lookin-j
PottawHttimie who bad been bi.led, docked oil in
his plumes and war puint, whom the Americans, no
doubt, bad taken for Tecumseh, for he waa scalted,
and every particle of skin flayed from his body.
f '' ';';' '' v'V'V;: :: : . -
I have seen myself in Kentacky pieces of tliiskin,
tanned, and display! aa having belonged to Tecnmseh.
hiehbtiiket about him, and stalked iT, looking a
pMudly as if he still walked over ground thai Iff
could call M my own.
Clack llaak posaewted, to grent degree, one
fine trill whirh it Is not umal for us lo eortcede lo
the Laliait kindness a id afF-ciioa for bis wtfi
(le nMver bad but t he one, and with h-r be lived
hir upwards fAny ysrs: they had several child
ran, three of wlemi still survive, two sons and a
laughter. The eldest son is now one of the nvwi
rtromi-ang young brsves ut tie ISattNi, and md
fiir to be one of ita moat noble mem lite dnugh
ler is still quite young, and is conaidorod to be the
iteixt beautiful Maiden bt-hntiig to her lube.
lie has now departed on hia long j-airney, lo low
thosw of bia people who have gone bed ire him to
their happy hunting ground far Ix-voimI the selling
sun. May the Ureal Spirit grant bim a cwarauu
shine and a smooth path. - ' W.
asssssswaiaaBi s ' 1
I have asver, bowever, amil wow, tomtcht proper to oa-
decfive the bildqra as to the authenticity of Ihsif aoa-
BEDLAM AT COXSTAJSTINOrLE.
On of the Suttan bequeathed a eouridi-rabhi
rim to be appropriated tu tbe eataUmhmenl of an
a)luia for mad people, and about tenth of if was
expended in the erection of tbe present hospital
We first entered gloomy 'court shaded by mul
Urry and cypres trees; in the centre wnsa pugn
da and fmnism, am! all arnind a square of low
buiMin.'s in which ereanunibf-rofcelI,withan
mm grating tu each. In e.ich of 1 these cells were.
front one tu two and three unlortunale a.sd-men,
chnined loueilier like wild b-astsi thick leathern
collar was tautened round tb' ir oecks, to which was
attached a chain nude fast to a ring in the wall.
Their d.iily fare is bread, rice, and water, and w hm
out rugeoua they are ba.stinaJid nil ihey arequietrj
Ihe tirat cell we eoteredwaa occupied by two
Turks, the one a rvverend old mart with long
whim beard, sitting upon a miserable bed. smoking
a pipe, and looking Very tranquil the other a tall,
neroe-lookina young man, outrageously mad. ue
stood erect, at thb full length of his cl'Sin, like a
wild beast, sometiiiHt wnh clnclied fists, ana gla
rin? eve-balls, xliootiiigat the full pitch of his voire,'
and then caichiug up a carp.-), be whirled it id the
air, first spreading it one way,' then taking it . tip
and spreading it another, then stamping on it.eotv
itoually repeating some l uraiih word-, wrueu our
tojiomni It!TTT";te"- " "'T nnvt Uttt rayed flic,
which he shouts flight and morning ; and although
they have tried ihe uual effect of the 'bastinado,
they cahnot keep him quiet. On inquiry, we were
told he was a Vory reeeciable person, and had been
in this elate but a short time, lie had lallen in
love with a you.ig girl, and demanded her ss his
w(fe ;bul, ns hr1 could not proiJuct' money suCicient
ti satisfy Ihe f itjier, the girl was married lo a rleher
m m whom sbs had never seen, and froi thai lime
he lost his rpan Two or three inhuman wretches
were trying to take bis carpet from him, and were
amusing themwlves with hi furiou rage. -d
In the next cU sat two melancholy, broken
hearted looking ihtfividu Is, who, the dragoman
told me in an under tone, were perfectly eani but
Tnere is no bapfiuras wlitb bojaj fiif4 pn
m ou fliiiiuli swl it cwwiot uiiijuu
ouglMl Wlocb li IsniMM piti,kis, 1( m 104 wealth
uf lle Hwii'iit, Ihe bralth vrf ILo an k, Ihs f;aduw
. Wii CjHi. Aa svomj aa hats ! aruJ what
la SjjfrcaU", dulights us wnh I'm pfi-acl si-
Wining ll as s4i aa we has 14 n, it tit UUU at
wub Mai pci u us return. It is our tutu ler
niJ iui.l .ftcr in vcars whx-h oewd still iiwif lo U
nliffid Bud vuiloiUd. bat It fwiiiar, lu
Urd, is dit 'ii4 m lhe du! rvui years ( bvt Ihe
kiuLt4 ao4 irrvatoiiUi "ruhju with wttkca it
Mwkr IUe plwniaa mtm at.il 11,. MUK) ( Slid WbliS
we UugH ut adtsuicj ai, at the tsy uWrnc
o our JoulU III WutLt4 WbKtl lovlU HASpaUsul d-
ceivmg us Ovw, are ettil, ss lu utiier oijcts U
UVaife, lb. Mux creuuluua, CiWhUing brill,, wfcuui
it was HirHi tu eay ti utake Itoppy. .Nur as it on
ly oir terretiitai lluegs I'isi It uJliars tu d. JivLU
lul rad;aMCt the power j,icbaiu:uis ua wub cti
stdatmn, through Ut anxieties Sod 4aUrff l our
hio, dote nut sMert us at lite ctuee isf'tnat Ufa
bwa It baa bbaawed vf Cousoled, It tS prseut
ita as w our last umjiocuU We look le aceuc
which sre opeiimg on us abuts, and wt luuk ou
Uua. artaMid as, wiln an eipecUtiuo siMoger than
im strongest boiie, that ia ihe world whxh we ar
alesii tu eul.r, we shall i4 bva only remeiN-
urauts H what we luvttd aud fevered ou etilh, bul
luat Ihe Irttiidaiii. fr .in wUith it is so paudul to
psrlereu ia parting to Uoavsa, ill be restored
lu us luere. Hi ox. . ;
Citreti.t we ba-athe te take into the
cIm si, ut iiiliati, and give uul or ei;irx, i cctluiu
quantity of air,(whicb caq be otcafUred.by breath
lug through curved lube, into a bell -luaa full vt
water, nit ertcd over a pirumalie tub. lr Jlmbw,
f ii.ittH.gou, bws Intwly awsw jiarlorundg sum co-
riuus expenmeois, in reutioo to the nujuiuy uf air
thai is breathed. ISow the cummuoct un leniand
log will appreciate from them, the comfurt of full
and unrest rsiotd breathing. Ur. !Ierbt says that
a and le siti'd man, twenty yean old, atar a'adtu-
ral sxptratiou or einiaau of air, w;:rr J or touk in,
ghly cubic iuches, when tlrra-tl, ai.4 una hunvinu
snd sixy when bis li'lil drees was tuuened. A'
ler a full d.Iuiation of tliecht.t, Lu infill. Joue li'jn
dred and twenty-sil cubic inches whua unJnw.
Another young man, agd Iwrnty-onu, cr.i-r a nat
ural eipiration, took in tifit while dn-s'd, aid nine
ly-aii whnu undressed. iU4 0 . Hurbst Ciada hi-
observatione oa some of tbe ladies who carry the
use of corat-te to extremes, we apprebfod tl.ut be
would have oLlsiucd rc4u ofa uatii.e really alarm-
If the whtcl of fashion which revolves even
more rapidly than f triune itself, wtuld but briu up
wHiiething oncnul in costume ll would go far toward
ef .ruling Ihe puli'io bealUi. ,
Al tae ll.iel Liieu, Ihe great noapttai al l arts, a
Hjiig girl of eighteen, Utely preeuiod heiaclf u
M. IlrMtcht lor his advice on the ithl sido-of bwr
throat, she had a tumor of kari ille ml", but never
bigger than ono a ful j it rracho'I from lbs folia
bone as high B the thyroid cartilage; (called io
roinmoQ language, Adam s apple;) when reaneu
wnward, it wholly diwppsam; tut returns as soon
is the pressure is re mined t it ia icdolont, aofl and
IiHic. it is observed tu be tae largest .when the
chest is tightly heed in curve's. !;i ehurt by p!s
cing the ear on it, ihe murn;ei of reepirBtion eaa be
heard in tbe tumor, which prove that protu-uon
of the luns baa taken plane of m other words, thai
tbe poor girl bis been Ueod so tightly that br
mgs, having no lonj-er aulsjciem place in inoir nn-
turab pomtion, are soiiefz-d out of it. and are for
ring their way up along her txxkj "';.' '
" ;- ' .: ' ', . -. v.. " "'v.;.
Rtadinx Aloud.-" T how "jmafiy, otherwise
tednHis or ,!- buura of ItTe, rant female im
partibotli 'delight nd improyen.ouLby. the charm
oi reaumg well ,t 11 a wite, sue cansoiuce nany
aeaaou ofa buslmiiu weariness or sir Knees.
mother, wbnt au advantage to her, uiBipring, lo
have before them, as they are growing up, a liv.
ma modi l, iu the r.eria of one whom tlj?v are ten
o reten-iics an l iuve, far et con plishi
jJtt al iim'igf, uf Bi'w.,f,, t . . ,ti
Wi-Mt raw 4'gmtntt t a uVii! t.., al l' r,
aa Ully yii4 by )i' g soMMii.Uial, i ' '-.i j
oMrifa pao.ur by prolan , S(l a.r.ft
bitilhst be bad lha bfTtr efufl i .r,,
I lb srteurs rvs Corn., M-a r. It,l whr
eodr lbs H.aVur.) U a n-' ft bs r ai J
are bkt cal ia IU dark, So4 Ibal M IUI stt!. It
ffWt'y oresrre4 te nr to Cim--i- r f i,.
iab a pao.lnig m a autU Wftin. T'S i l.r'iUl
aitiwt.arf iwtt. d bit svm to il.r-,1 fi! aiei, tbl
; ,! "d ll.e au day f ihe yuog strsegor te
"'s In bis bouse at Paaey, aod gits a ta Uin
rjiu'tly ia the OultJ rrt , irs of aomntloUiM S'4
psmirr, Pihiu t.( tu bor, (! yig mn ar
rived wub his csovaas, paVt, and brtMhca, and wat
oahered iutn ll amaiur's pfivsts taUin-l, troi
whwh rery ray f .f!,i wsrirTf4.'y sirltod le
fafllifB'S lh srilifte orp.es fr wf,H,b itwil
dtm J, Ibw pamirr bJ iiiltrj ft4 't
lUt h"i the fil waa ou hoe be sh-A.!J U i .)
e ie;4''tIy w th c aUtwf, a oo .m lieaai i a
IU. J ra-i.re of Blfrf.irf uitsuahly (J.alur4
bis alleuiiwn, sod dclrscted fmn iks rnr,ts u I s
p rruanc as limner, Tb. nrry d .pi.
lease bating tree tosde, Bod the t id nban,lJ.
im beting brro pfv'uid i t lbs bctrt's caitfol
the magrwtiaee, (be Utter arvofdiog la hi rMr a
lion quilld (be csbiort, and, turmrj th. kry up.
Ih. s'eeper, b-rt bun UndiMurU'd lo bis iprrs
tt siaw At the etmrsiiou of a'ul an bour l!,a ar
sieur magnetiaer rfiurord, and wss irl at the door
uf l.ia rsUnet by ihe young man, who was now pnr
fiH-tly arake, and din4ss4 to bi snrapiarod view
in Ciq-naiti ly painted laaJ.spe,4bapfniuct 4bal
-himj fii I Alter making a pfti f i r. (s rl'tras.
ing 1 1 Juctioo to bis de ighled host, lbs yiunj anra.
tiiU'lisj lo;k bia leave, with a promise te rttura
lha wext day, and repeat the f xpetimenl which U4
leo crowned with aui b compk-te wtrcrva Home
hrf cuartcr ef aa hour aAerwards, the i-we!li r
hsd some buaine in bis caf irf, mi.) which b.aJ.
nulled a litiSe bptit and lu his.etter sinrrf-iiua
fouaJ that the Wk id hi Secretary ki l Ueo forrr4
pen, stil 35110 fr. in ad'eraod bst.k ass, w'tih
slier ribWts of vslue, alxtrarted from the drswera
lit the clearsighted sotnnsmtsilist. IIebadbrrtiiht" '
painii' g with bim, covered waba Courbof wlnia
had, mer which, wbea left la bimsslf, Uh4
passed a wi-t smiege n etpt-disot lo which a
arje while spot on the fl mf bore ample tetiuony
our schiMils, and academics, and colloflo Cnd It sv
Iheult to impart. M latter eoilsHeratinn, n
. . . '" ' " , t . . - a .
my view, has, .-ininenw weigh; , iof our Basils M
pronunciation, ep-Rking an'l reading re first fortw!
in chiMhood, and in lha do:acli8 circle find be-
I ing imce fornicdl ia ataik of extreme di2icul
"to alter iUeui." k:';":X-( 'Z-t XJ r ." " V'- -v
' A lad) In the tIoikt,if Cotcmon.The lat
)uches of (Jord'Mi, had so ardonl a desire to hca
Mr. Pitt speak in the House I hat she waa' induce'
to adopt the exjiedient of entering the gallery hah
ited aa a man. The D'lchess had not, unfortunate
ly, made a aec.rel of bcr design, and ecnrcey wa
... I - . . , . ' - . m .
had foi merly belonged to the janissaries, and since .ho comfortably seated iu expeciati-io ut the ,i m
the auppressiun of that body, having spoken more ist.-r'a epeech, when the Sergesnt-at-arms appear
freely than was prudent, were claped lit here lo.ed, and very politely whispered to her Grace that
Im Lnf iHil' i uiirtehietl
. I dwelt only upon two others of these melan
choly sufferers; one, a barbarian of gigauticstature.
her aex waa discovered, and that there existed
standing order of the House against the admission
of ladies into tbe gallery. " rray iniorm me, sir,
with long iatr hanging down hie shoulders, an im- inquired the Duchess, "whether there exists Bin
rnenw patfiif UiM-kmustschiiie, and immetie (utk, atanding order for turning a female out who has
rather thau teeth, with whicli hO-was grinding a once gut in! a qucatiou that eo elkctuallr iwt,ed
0.1 TUB MA.VACHMn.VT OP
I make my hitis of ii'ich borri,-ear'y of rm
uze,aay 15 to It'inrnoe sij-iare, and 15 incbei
-igh, aud put four siu ks cr wt through ork '
ite, H prereul the comb from, falling in then
I jsit my swarms, and when they biv aeerly f.;j. f
d that bivo, 1 raiae it up, aud ptare another of ,
rae side under it, wittwut any lid, so that the
upce may continue ihe comb Ibrough boib Lives, .
which lo eirly awarax will oflee do the first sea.
aoa. 1 hose I Jet stand, uniill they have dnr
swsrming the next year, aay about the 3lMb of Ja.
ly, a ben the young ones will be principally haicbe.L.
I then prepare another hive i4 the same six, with.
mil any lid, which I pUce on a chub, spread oa
two st.cks, bid oa tbe grourxl near the bits. s
that it will be In tie bagging b-low to hold lbe
bees; this I tie tigbt round the hive with a string.
I then take the two hives together, which contaia.
lha bees, anj r t lliem gently over the empty hive
so that the bees may go down in Ihe lower hive, at '
the aenie tirrw) lying a cloth round where ihe bive
meet, to peereni the bees from coming out, (if any - -
place ehouid be left Urge enough.) I then borV .,
iwe or three large gimblot holes' in ilie lid af the- .
lop bive, and blow in a little tobacco smoke, say
iwo or three pipes full, hich drives the bees dowa, -.
in Ihe lower hive in frleoo vr twenty jninutee. '
I Ihctj take a long koife, and run it io between lh
first and c"cond liives, and cut the comb all oQ aa
square as I can bclwoea thenu I tbeo Itmsea lha v
top Live, and sot it iq a tub, and spread a clot b.
over it. to prevent tha bees from poming out. and
carry it ia the cellar. At the same time ( put a
new lid on tie other hive, and either nail it gn. '
lly on, or puTnmme weight on to steady it I the
cloth may then be loosened, when the bees will : ''
return win the luve.; 1 1 hen set ihe ts-o bives i)
the old plac?, or wit thorn (here befuo I loose lha ;
chKhs, as mny bs most convenient., AJ1 this should
be done in the evenin?. as soon aa the bcea have
tfone coming in. . The next ptoruing, I leave Iny
outside cellar dixir "pen, when Ihe bees which ro.
mritn yn-thtr htrtj wtlct 1 cTrrfJiu ILe cellar gi !u
ally Inave it, or.d go to t!ie old place. If iln-y do
'rot leave it soon, if they cotno out of Ihe biv ;, I
iiriisu tlicm ctl wiili a !iill if th"y do not cerr,9
ot, 1 blow tobacco' smoke hi as Ixtiiire, and t" i-
i i uue blowing In ftiiH.lto aud brushing at intervn!,
until they do kave 1 I gcoorally hang the K,:vo
up by th lid, so e to get ihem nut the Utter If '
Lu ee means I always cHt the best of the honey, r.a .
the lops of the liivea are filled in the early part of
tbe '!iem, and are the lst, . ( also preserve i ll
my bee by leaving thorn a sufficient quantity of
honey lu winter ou. Mot persons,' unacquainted
ith this mode, would snpfNivc it dangerous, on nc
itunt of getting stung, but this is seldom the ca3 ' .
with me j after I get them in the cellar, they ep- -
iear to bo inoffenive ; if I get stung, I apply a lit.
to laudanum camphor, to prevent it from awell.
mg. . II my aw-ai uiK are late, 1 watt until the next
year, after they bive done swarming, before I dim -Me
them, end ala have I hem double cno year ,
before 1 lake them off. I have kept beria nnxher . '
of years, and have always got my honey in tint -way.
and have never killed a swaun vet: 1 bit - r
yeft tcrA KbOut fiva kindred poUoCa bf hobcy' irj