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k FIRST AND LAST SPEECH I.VTUE GE
NERAL COURT, ','...
bi ToiuB TimMrrap, , '
J.iSfprttfnair from the Town of Squathboro
It I live thoinaiid ear,' I shall never forget
i day 1 wu dhoacn rcpreseniniive. Ihhoc Long
gt ran hmitelf out of a year' growth to bring
ne the new, for 1 staid aay from town meeting
!H of dignity, M the way is, being candidate.
( antt t could'nt believe it, though when I epied t
jic coming round Slouch' corner with his coat
Rails flapping in tbq wind, and pulling ktraiglit
jahead for our houae, I felt ccrtnin that omething
4B mauerauo, ttiyneaj1. begniobunip, ;
inimp ao, uudcr, my jacket, that 'twae a wonder it
kol kocl? -bintorr ofnHow
Mfr'la'eey and Awhct u lsaer cam boltwg tti th;
"iSue, I pretended not to be thinking about it... ,
Lieutenant. 1 urniptopJ ayt. Jwae. , hub.
nil You'w got the electiool"
dot what T taya I, preteodiog to be surprised,
s eootiso sort 4 a way.
Got the election I" says he, "all hollow;
'te POt a mainnlv nf thirteen- clour ma.
-..rJAan. msnLmonib.atuI iu ,. L
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IMII III -
I " Pooh I" sayi I, trying to keep cool, though at
Tjj WM ttme 1 feK mtt-evef esn'nell now, only
'ray skia did'nt seem to fit ma. ." Pooh J? aoyi.l
Win j but the idea of going into publio life, and
being called " squire l urmptop, was almost too
mock lor me. 1 seemed to leel as u 1 was stand:
! tag sa lbs lip-top oi- ido uortn fote, wiw jny. neait
above the ctoGds, tne son on bntf sme ami the ' saoTin
OB tbe other. " Got t h election V says I ; alieml
hem I hem I" And so I tried to put on a proper
dynity Xjf tb occasion, but it -jvas. hud Work
but majority T says 1 once more.
'A sure as a gun, says Isaac, 44 1 hoard it
with my own ears. Squire Dobbs read it off to
m whole meeting' J obiaa 1 urmplop has filty
Din. m..A : f - -
1 thought I should hats choked I -sis millions oft
glorious idea seemed to be swelling up ail at a
time within me. I had just been reading Dr.
Growler's sermon on the end of the world, but now
I thought the world was just beginning-
You're representative to the Cineral Court r
Hid Isaac, striking his forefinger iut'o the palui olj
his left hand, with as much emphans as it a new
fOfld, hadjweo created. I feU more magnsaiiwows
D for Ivuifi.)
1 sail I. (The Lurd pardon
irtatest amaKemeul, with his great goggle eyes
Stirling out of his head. " Slmil I go back and
tall tbem so T
1 wean I'll take it into consideration," said I,
trying to look as important as 1 could. M It's sn
othct of ureal resDoitabiliiv. Isaac," said I. " but
I'D think of it, and alier rdusJ deliWsfi.Th ifjrj
euastituents iusist upon my going, Isaac, what il
job lake to drink r . .
I could not shut my eyes to sleep ail that night,
lad did nothing but think of the General Court,
W bow I should look in i lie great hall of the
sutebouse, marching up to my seal, to tuke pos
tension. 1 detertuiued right off, to have a bran
new blue coat with brass buttons ; "but on second
thuught I remembered besring Col. Crabspple say
that liie members wore their wraera." o 1 con
tluded that my pepper and salt coat with the blue
satinet pantsloons, would do very v. ell. I decided
(bough, lo have my hat new ironed, an! counter
niauded the orders for the cowhide boots, because
kip-skin would be more geutueL In sddifloAo
Ihu, because men in public lile should be libera!,'
and make a more resectable amearance than
aunonfiilka,Idid'olbesitat?!oiigjii i making upj
niy mind about having a watch chain and an
uuion breast pin. The check handkerchief,
'Ihnki I to mvsclf. is ss amid a new j and my
' Pc'ltifqusjue WrH'eyiedl Vflie'oldlilibon
t htile scoured ?"
'.: It can't be doscribod bow much lh affairs of the
halioa orcuiMed mv mind all the nexmlay and
three weeks afterwards."15 Ensign Shutefsme. to
e ma about the I!) held pigs, but I couldn't talk
f anything but-my legisiativ respomtituhusar
The cntter beat all natur' for squealing,' say
h.Mu.i .1,.. , - ,. ' ii 1 . l
It "there must be a quorum before we can do any
business." "The old grutnei," Bays he, "will
bs fat enough to kill."" Yes," says I, " the
' pwkef ha tne eaStiiig r;"" " Your Bew pig
rn." says be, " will hold ein all.-" 1 shall take
wy seat," say find be orn in, tccordinf -w
lb Constitutkni." " What's your opimoa of corn
obr says . " The governor and council' will
"c e mat," says I. -. ;.; '. ' :.
Th eoooern" T' the wboTe" commonwealth
sceined lo be resting all on my shoulders as heavy
t fitly sii,'aff(t every ihiug 1 heard or saw made
nie thmk oi the dignity of my otfice," W ben I
met a flock oi ireese on the sehoulhouse ereen
wiif Dencoo D-tgdcin's old gamier at the bead,
'- "There." sav I. " iha aoraker ami all the
honorable members." This was talked of up and I
owa the town, s t proof that I felt a proper roi
?FM)"sibillity j and Simon Sly aid the comparison
t the geese wss esptial. I thought so too. Eve-
: rJ bisly wished m joy of m'y ehsctKin, snd seemed
lasxpwu. great thingsf which I did not bil jpjsjr
"Ji'irL So iisving the eyes of the sTBole com
' Biu-nty upon me, I could'nl help eeciug that oo-
thing would rntiufy them if I did not do something
- for the credit of tlio town. Squire Dobb, the
cliairmnn of our selectman, preached me a long
lecture on responsibility ; " Lif utt:iiul Turin p-
lop, says tie, "l hope you 11 kop to lhS rpputa
lion if SH!libirwgh." ' " . ' ,
" I hop'J I iimll, Kqnire," siiys 1, holding up "my
head, for I . leel my dignity risiiii.
"It's a highly nwponsnbla ollico, this going to
GinerarCoort,"sayshe. : :
IjJ I'm allofreiher aware ot that," says I, looking
serious ; I'm aware f that, totally and ofllcially."
" I'm glad you feel re!poilSll)le,', sys he. j
" rnTTHnTio'wyirial iJf IScIIne respoitiubili.
ty," sys I" and I foci more and more responsi
ble, the more 1 ihink of it." ,
t " SquHshborounh," says the4. Squire, " hits al
ways bet n a ercdit to the commonwealth
" H ho doubts it 7" says I. ,
," And a credit to the Uineral f3oi
"Ahem I" says I.
I hope you'll lc 'em know What's what,"
says be. ' . ,-- ' ' ' . ' - r '
" I guess I know a thing or Iwo," says I.
" But," saya the Squire, " a rprespnllive can't
do bis duty to his constituonl without knowing the
constitution, li's my opinion you oughr, not to
vote for the dog-la." ' ' " V ;
"That's a matter that calls for doe deli be ra
lion," says I. So I went borne and brtgan to re
pare fur my legislative duties. I studied the Mat
uto on cart-wheols, and the act in addition to an
act entitled an act. ' 1 . " J V
People may sit in tlieir cliimney-comurs anf
imagine it's an essy thing to be a representative,
but this is a very great mistake For three weeks
I felt like a toad under a harrow, such' a weight uf
responsibility as I felt otHltmkingof my duties to
n . tny. cotistitumiis. Put when I came tn think, how
7jrmieh I was expected to do dr the credit of The
lives of 'our part of the county had done great
things for their constituents, and I Mus jJeloruiined
not to. do less. 1 esolved, therefufe, on the very
first r'onside ration, tn stick to (be following scheme.
1 o make a speech
:4.To make a motion fort bank in Squauhborough.
To move tliat all aolftries tse cut own one hulf
-except ihapynf the repreaentatHres,
To second evert motion for adjournment, And
JiJlKayilojfotjjaiohe Boston members.
As .lo. tljescpb,ihQiigli J. JO
made up my mind about the subject of it, yet I
- took care 19 have it all written betorehsnd. This
K n ')t m.ditriciiU as some folks may think j Tor
ijw-rt-'wss ail bWmLasss4rtwjB.B-jre
Dility"an3 BimkKr1!rtrmr hertwrw neventy-iiiji
and dyio" for hiieiiy, it would do for any purpose
with a lew words tucked in here nod there.
J iuui gul--iv wall by heart, I went down in C'rantornedtopeyttrry-.and there-rs a terrible rousing
berry Swamp, out of hearing and sight of any
body, and delivered it oil, lo see how it would go.
lt went 1T in capital style, till ( got nearly
through, when just as I wss saying, " Mr. Speak
.1 I rm .-I.. n -p
TiuinTMirii olfl ..c-'goaT wnm,
behind, and gaveme such a butt in the rear, that!
1 was torceo to ma kb an adjournment to (hivottier
side of the fence, to finish it. After full trial, I
thought it bast lo write it over again, and put in
more fepoiiaibilayt with something about " fought,
otea ami oten.' - y -
When the time came for me to tot off to Bos-'
L ton y oumay Jlcuond opon-it I was a If of r Twit-
was on my head or iny heuls. -All Squashborough
:1 ttfiyJIlit rsv tie trhafge to etamt e for ny
wmstituents ana vrne uown the- rtostorrtnemliers.
v I promised llioni I would, ''for I'm sensible of my
- responsibility," says I. I piomised, beside, to
move heaven and earth todosomeihingmr tspioah
borough. In short, I promised every thing, be
cause a representative could not do less. '
At-lest4 g to. IWion i aildbing.i.n gogdsea-
son, I had three whole days to myself Wore YhetrciiurcmBY"w Mr.1.
session opened, uy way ot doing business, i went
round lo ull the shops, pretending I wanted to buy
a silk handkerchief. 1 managed it so as not to
attend anything, though the shopkeepers were
mighty sharp, trying to hook me lor a bargain;
but I had my eye-teeth cut, and took care never
to oiler within uiuepeiicc of the first cost.. Some
:' times they talked saucy in a joking kind of a way,
if 1 happened to go more than three times to the
Mine shop; but when I told them I belonged to the
General Court, it struck them all (4 a heap, aud
they did d H dare to d anything h it mike faces
lo one jti iilier. I think I was djwu upju the in
THe day I took, my seat waa a day of all the
day in a year I I shall never forget ii. I thought
i had never lived till then. Giles Elderberry's
Unrig o it. A for the proeessioiilliat "beat
cock lJijhting ! I treated myself to half a sheet
cggerbred, far.i feit aVif my pure wimiUI Ik4J
out lorcver. However,-1 csn't doscnlie evory
Ibm". Ws were sworn in, and 1 took my seat,
though I sayjt myself. I took my seat : all Bos
. ton was there to see me do it.' What a weight of
responsibility I Tell
It beats all nature lo see what n difficulty there.
is in gritting a chance; to make a speech. Forty
ihirora -M,-Rra not to the vole and iwMri. wiimwl
my being able tossy a word, though I hut cer
tain I could have said something upon every one
,nf i hem. . I had my speech all ready and was wait-
"itrg wir chance-trrsay MrSpeaker a bt,em-4
thing alsajs put me out. . 1 hi was losing lime
moTions,fiir I wastermined to have my.harl
:,in ttto bus,urs,s ,.lof regard for my fcpnsh.uen...
--ill 4Itl UUBttP itns st i-ij-m iui - ,
J BJ l,f I'd 1 BT V ll' IViVS HI" ' w -w.. - l
!- t. I .M..U il.A M.i.ftaHtei iwt lvt.lt i ButAfl nii
lotion, which always mrl the o.her hiembers
UV hul ..v. Ito them. "That's Mivaf -
lair, now do you kuos what my principiee are .
At luut Un uri-Hl noeMlioiM were blowlll forward.!
.. ....p. - - . '. . i..
which seemed too good lo lose. These were lliej
Doglowu turnpike, and the Cartwheel question.
Tk. ,mo..i I t...4 th. i .i .. impi.iummi.I. I
ISli BI'FISVj SIVUS B 1IIO llll-S "HW ' '--" VJ -
r..ii a., A .', ii ii, tt.in f. n.n. The
other menilierliihm(rhi iu sn. fer when it came
lip for discussion', a Berksliire member gave me a inquiring how the blister had operated, was in
jog with the c!hov, Tiiruiptop," sat he mtwj formed by the Isdy of the house that is the young
is your time. 8q-ialdr.H.gh Crever I " No! man had no chest, she had put the lister on his
sootier said than done ; I twitched off my hat and 'trunk ; nd sore enough, Ihenf the. blistor was,
"caTl-?d ouTr MrTEpI-akTrr - ' fStoelnrpona large wo,hn tumk by the swW tU
. As sure a you live, I had' ctrught him at last
there wss no one ebm who had spoken rjuick
enuujh, snd it was as clear ns preaching I had the
floor,, ,' " Gentleman Iroin Squahboro4ijh ! M says
'ms I heard him any it. .? Now," thinks I to niy
lf, H I mud beein, whether or no.",fMr. Siieak-
j er," says I again ; but I inly said it to gain time,
tor I could tmrdly believe I had the door, and all
too congregated wisdom of the comin.Miweattli was
liHteiiing and looking pu ; the thought of it made
me crawl all over. ' Mr. Speaker," says I, once
more. Everybody looked round at nw. Thinks
1 to myself a second time, there's no clawing ofT,
this niton.- I WMsf.begiru; tiri so hero foty
Accordingly I pw tend hemt and said "Mr."
Sjieukert" ibr the fourth time. Mr. Speaker,"
said 1, " I rise to the question "though it did not
strike my mind, that I bad been standing up ever
since I came into the houae. " I rise to the ques
tion, Mr. Speaker," said I. Rut to see how terri.
J)ly strange some things, work ! Nq sootier had
rose to the question and got a chance to make mv
SpC&h, than I began to wish myself a hundred
miles oIL . f ive minutes before, 1 was as bold as a
lion, but now 1 should have beeo glad to crawl in
to a knot-hole, " Mr. Speaker, I rise to the ques
tion,1 says 1 : but I am bound that instead of ri
sing, niy voice began to full. Mr. 8ponker,M
said I, "I rise lo lite question," but the more I
rose lo (he question, tho more the question seem
ed to full away from mo. And just at (hat mo
ment, a little fat round faced man with a bald head,
thatwifining right before me, speak lo another
member and says, "What squesklnz fellow is
that f ' , it dashed me good deal, and I don'l
know but I should hsve sat right down without
another word, but Colonel Crabapple, the member
from Turkey town, gave me a twitch by thp tail of
my .wrapper, w I hat s right, rurmptop, says he,
i'-give tlicro lb grand touch '" This had migh
ty encouraging ctrec(,aud so I hemmed and hawk.
e"d Ulpo fliuf'tt
"Mr. 8peaker," ays L athis it'll eiihiect of vi
fal importahce. TIib question is, Mr. Speaker, on
.the amendment. 1 1 have a.docided opinion on that
point, Mr. Speaker. 1 am altogether opposed to
.he last gentleman, aud 1 loel bound iq fluty to my
toolitueul8VJ) ope,aitdw rfpVihty
ot my omce, : to-epree iviy rmtia on this question
Mr. Speaker, out glorious forefathers fought, bled
and died for glorious liberty.'' I am opposed to
a vital intereat in cart-wheels. Let us take a re
trospective view, Mr. Speaker, of the. jtresent eon
ditjon i of jail the kingdom.and tribel of the earth.
Ik aorWCM the wideeipan-
feton of -itsM reY-umWs-
lows oi tne Atlantic i tie not u iK)iiaaye going
about like a roaring thunderbolt ! All the world
mornr the sons of men. But lo rVlurn to Ike sub
ject, Mr. SteokejJ..V I. am deciderly opposed to
the smendinenl : it is contrary lo the principles of
freedom and the principles of renpooHioility. Tell
it to your children, Mr, Speaker, snd tayour chil
pfClrtTtiltq ren; tttat ftctHlcmtll run "tit be tnryrerM'rv t't' ior-tbe -pstWic gWt-y4rinsir psagiios,
like Esau, for a mess of potash. Liberty is the
everlasting birthright of the grand community of
nature's freemen. Sir, the member from Boston
talks of horse-shoes, but I hope we shall stand up
f'if our rights. If we only stand up ibr pur rights,
Mr. Speaker, our rights will stand up for us, snd
we shall all stand uprightly, without shivering or
-mowey---hafM-getf sv-haiever-tha -gontUxoan I
from Rowley may say about pumpkins. A true
patriotwittl-fof hi country r--Msy-wre aflimr-
( tatejhe glorious enample and die for ur oountry.
trtve .up. sceepmg w4.Mr, jBpcnkttJ.rmi
docs tbe honorable gentleman' nvan T I not ag
riculture to be cultivated? He that anils hi
liberty, Mr. Speakei, is worse than a cannibal, a
hottentdt or a hippopotamus. The member from
Charlestown has brousht his pijrs to Die wrong
market. I stand Dp for carl wheels, BnfTV) do intn
opeaaer, wim ma voica in a apeaKyig-irumpui,
may we never be backward in coming forward :
and all honest men ought to endeavor to keep the
rising generation from fulling. Not to dwell uton
this point, Mr. Speaker, let us now enter into the
subject : In the first place,"
Now it happened that just at this moment tbe
little ful, bald-headed, round-faced man wriggled
himself round exactly in front of me, so that I
; could not help seeing himj and just as I was say
ing " rising ijeneraiion," he twisiod the corner of
hit mouth into queer sort of s pucker on one side,
and rolled tbe whiles of his little grey, winking
eyes right up in my face. The member all stared
atraighl at us, and made a kind of a snickering
cluck,, cluck, coek, rrlf, that soenied to run
whistling. over the whole house. I felt awfully
bothered, I csn't tell how, but it g.ive me such
a jerk off tbe books that 1 could not remember the
next words; so I foil in my pocket for the speech
it. a iua JhfftniimM MlMUKx.
there Vtheo" oetiind nie, then both side of me,
but lo snd behold I it was not to be found. The
next instant 1 remembered that I had taken it .out
of my bat in a simp in Dock Square that morning,
while 1 was comparing the four corners of my
check handkerchief with a bandanna. That jas
enough,! knew as quickas lightning that I was
t gonn goose, I pretended to go on with my
"Ipei'Cn, dud kejit mying;
"rising gwwerslicsi, my
constituents, enter into the subject, Mr. Si
But I n a le hawk s meat of it you
finally . Bqbody could stand it any Miger i tlw lH
tie fat man with the round tace put nis tmimB in j
''b1b" , 1
,mT h? ""T "P
I snatched up my hat under cover
1 .., ... -j ;. ...u- j a
jo' " T 'il r 1 P M - "ftTi ,h.
M"" Mon C0U,d ""y .,ha
,l n." .
- A pliysician in this city called a few days since
sees young man who wat qoite tick, and,
amomr other thincs he Infl a blister plaster, which
! " TW SSI J 1
! he ordered to be placed on the vounsr man s chest
Ha called the next moruing lo s-e his patient, nnd
f bed I'vitluckel uatew.-,
.A CIIVMBEK SCENE.
Sha rose from her untroublod sleep, ' . '
And pot aside her soft brown hair,
And in a ton ' low am) deep iV
As Love's first shipper, breathed a prayer !
. Her snow white hands together prem'd .-;
(Ier blue eye sheltor'd in its lid
Tlie folded linen on her brenxt
Just twilling with the charms it bid j s
And from her long and flowing dress ' . V
Escsied a bare and slender loot,'
Whose fall upon the earth did press
Lik snow, flake, aoHaoH nuite ;
''"Ahd there Troin sluiiiricr "wift and warm? '7
Like a young spirit fresh from heaven,
. She bowed her light and graceful form,' ,
And humbly prayed to bo forgiven.
Oh God I if souls unsoilet as these -'
Need daily mercy at thy throne
- If she, upon her bended knees, .
Our loveliest and our purest one
She wuh a face so clear and bright,
We deem hersome stray child of light '
If she with those soft eyes in t!Sis, '
Day after day, in her first years, -Must
kneel and pray for grace from thee,
What far, lar deeper need have wet
How hardly if she win not heaven, ,.
' Will our wild errors be forgivon.'' '
V ' ; From tne Csdsanr. ,
' Tap PAGEANTRY OP REPUBUCS.
,. BT MBOB BUEU.
To maintain republican principles tnd a repub
lican government, it is necessary that we preserve
republican habits and customs. We affect to be
free, yet ws glory in being the slaves of party
We profess toleration, yet proscribe as un
srorrhy"Of itublie confideneB ts- btothss who-
Bonis irom our ponucai creeo, or woo reiuses 10
support bur candidate, be ho ever so bad. We are
republicans by profession, but aristocrats or syco
phants in practice. , ' :'
Odf "he w - journals, forthe last -two- month,
have beon filled with account of pageant' proces
sion,:Janda.trnaddresse and siimptumw enter-
: tainments, got up, ostensibly, in honor of distin
guished citiaons, whose duties or pleasure have
induced them to travel abroad. Thousands, many
l1oosand,"htt teerr etpended, vsr drat otirr
" "tiat been 'watlflidi and Borne f thrmore darnrerotn
of th human passions invoked, in getting up those
ahowa-iof j much, we suspect, with lh Ties of
doing feal honor to the tfKltvidual, as o atrehglh
sinismr purposes oi inoiviuuais. .
As reimbl icans, we ridicule the adulatory homage
-paid to the crowned head and privifegwi -classes
or Konipe, by what. we term an ignorant and en
slaved population ; and yet we outstrip them in in
discriminate and fulsome panegyric, and partisan
worship. Uur constitution. and laws regard pub
lic officers a public servants, not elevated for their
we treat inem our master, ami it would he no
wonder, such is human propensity to abuse power,
if they toon assume to be such. Rome granted
triumphs to her distinguished men? and these dis
tinguished men became her master. Elections
by the legitimate authorities soon ceased to be
K voluntary ; tod Casart were raised up by the tit-
'.niuuuuur BTCianinuinra ui mi? rnuv, ui irte army i
,jv cnrjs5.Aria.iwiawt.Iua -republic
We would by no means withhold from public of
- frs, tb respect n"ua to Iheir- station, -Bar .froo)
. distinguished individuals, the honor due to their
linA ourVresiieci?' to Inorit, t any manryer-we
L verily think that this respect andhia honor would
be more compatible with our republic proTeesions,
less derogatory to our dignity freemen, and
equally complimentary to those whom we -would
honor, if procesniiHis, cavalcade and military
jartdhHStjre disjiensed with. It is but too appa-
reuif inai iiioh Higeams are goi upror parry,-arm
not lot public benefit end I hat if tolerated, they
will iricresHe in frequency and in mischieff t it
not th evil that bar rieppened that we so much
doprecate, but the evils that are likely to grow out
of these anti-republican precedent . -It
should he a man's virtues, his public services,
and hit fidelity to our republican institutinna, that
should recommend him to public confidence and sup.
port tnd these are likely lobe krnwn whenever
they are developedand not the number of partizant
which can be drummed up lo swell his cavalcade.
A good man needs not these extraneous anti re
piblicanonthvancns, and a bad man is certainly ,
not entitled to litem. "' , " ,
'' We intend no political or persorwl allusiims in
these remarks, We considpr the prsctiee a itad
one, inconsistent with our republican professions,
one that is growing upon us, and one that should
- be discountenanced by the ttttier, Jfloeting part of
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srR JWSssSS ."-r-JW.sv-W-t, ry
V yumciA L com n T.
A letter (rom Tide mention the occurrence of
a single combat, in one of the Caucassian diitrict,
which is worthy of the chivalrous spirit of tbe mid
dle agi. Prince Shenehedoli, of the race of the
Kabardes, having carried off" the daughter of Bey
of Holyraki, kept her in hi possession without of-
The young maiden's father enraged at the disgrace
which thin atrocious deed had brouaht uuoo his fa
jmJyaBft.ofJlbft olUfll. pnJrjc.hbatjoX:
the coutiiry, ordered Meslick, hm eldest son, to
challenue.th nrjrrre Jof ingle comlfn, .The
Prince took up the gauntlet, and the zuth of Octo
! ber was appointed lor the encounter. Punctually
at noon on that day the two combatants met in the
plain of Arsiana, between Derbend and Buinacki,
both gallantly mounted, and accompanied by a ret
inue nt twelve Nukirs, or knight follower well
horsed, bearing the banner of their repociive
chiefs. The whole party were habited in coat of
mail and tteel gloves with armlet and plumed he.
met isf the same metal, and bore gorgoous shields,
' etch with a spear in hi right band -and sword on
his fed tide, rrince ohenehodeli banner dis
played a golden falcon on a green ground the
tiey a biactr. bear, surmounted ny three argent
-, atarson a scarlet field. 1'isir indivulusU ol ad
vJoeed ages, chosen by either party as ju-lges
a seen, sealed. on to. elevated staito: these an
pounced to the challenger and challenged thtt they
had adjoogpd, that, which ever pf the enmhatants)
in chief, should be thrown out of his saddle, and
which ever of th two parties of knight followers
should be worstrd or driven from the hV!d, should
b held ameuablo to whatever resolve the conque,
ror should lay down, -The encounter whs opnued
on both siiles with great spirit, knd soort became of
the nmt obstinate character each individual sin
glod out his antagoniat, and fourteen knight hern
laid low, when Mcslick, though atreaming with
blood from three desjierare woundsrsnddenly mo lo '
a vioUmt and dexterous lunge at Prince Bhenehe. ;
deli, and forced him out of his saddie. The only"
wdiHo5"w4Hcft' IW qiBr6r KsicWo frflMTIh"?
fallen, was that he should espouse his sister. The -conouered
Prince obeyed, and tbe espousals were
celebrated accordingly on the 27 ill of tbe samo
The Blettin' of Unin in frt countrg. Jirrl
Byrne, a tight little lump of a boy, " from Cork's
own town," arrived yesterday in the Isaac Hicks,
from Liverpool, and proceeded to th boarding
house of Nicholson Msttliewson, of 31)0 Water Su
Here Jim soon found bis way to the bottom of sov-
sral glasses of cognise, which had the miraculous ;
eflect of stirring up hi wrath and hi patriotism
to tne Doiiing point, and ajso of making hun very
loquacious. .' - ' - .
v " I bit n Ameriky isn't ill" said hs lo the land
lord. '-; , ' -'''-; . " , 1 ''-.i-":-v----. J x
" It is, answered the landlord. . ' '
r" I knew it was," replied Jim with a flourish;,
"an if any has any thing to ssy Toruest it, let him
only come this way sn Til make poor house broth
ov hun. Landlord can't we til do u we like iu
Ameriky t" ' '.'' v .'V '''."" ; ";'':".
" To be sure we can," replied Ihe tmiling Bona
face. '. .. r :y". r. ;.'
! Thin,. be Jtzua, here goes," exclaimed the pt '
TrT.Jt M ItutniM M 1.. L. I.I
J mrj ,11 , flu,? T.,73, ,1, VII,, If wont lICT.
in ii is to iivb in a iree cnumry. , j, - v. ,
- Saying which ha seized a cut' glass decanter hf '
the nock, and in an awkward auempt to bread , ;
u mine hoot' head with it," pulverised il against -the
counter ) he, then paid hi respect lo a couple ! -of
chair, which hit converted Into excellent kindJ
ling wood- in a little less thah no time, tnd wis pro - -
ceeding to prove bit pTriotism on Vdresscr of curst
and saucers, when soma person interfered. . '
" What in the devil tre you dmng raanl" taid r
ftlAjr eirrsftwWOTiMMi.-r-.iiiil i..n. i.'...-t-mTrrll.1l , limifmuw- m mijpmgjii iin,.u.m,.,u,
W 11 V. tf A nttlnASBna ffut1! mimm mm 1Mt nnSnM '
ing me liberty Garryowon, au down wid the poel
era.:-.. ........ .... ; . .
ljAn4;bere Ji.mdejiincernat oft loiiking glass, . '
but-h previuited from doiiur tuy 7uthj!r BiiwOileOfftri
by being cnfrwiwny .ia lltot lockrtip.' JU thej
morning Mr. Byrnes wss taken all aback-ijami do
clared that ht used Iu.lui-i0.4bcuer opinion of it
-when be was informed Ihtt they had such thing A
a law, watch houses, and mtgurt rates, in America
and bis patriotism wa also considerably damped '
ny perceiving that a quart or so or American bran. .- ;,.",--dy
can give a man a d I of headache. Tbe -, . i
cliarire about riolln and break ins not beinsbnu ' . . I
ing drunk, and gave him ome excellent advice, " i "
touching the -model by which be should regulate . , ' v f
nit luture conduct.
Blandtr it a -poor toul tliat cannot bear
lander. No decent man cm Bet alone without it 1
-at least none that are-scfively ngage4 i- the t -i '
I- r i : i:r iff - l , ' . -
."L" 6K'"J,...,."J!,,J. ,,"TXva-."-J'',a. n-now. -
in your employment, and discharge him, be goes -
round and slander you refuse amtherjwmevr). ?
ry modesi boon whtch hsTbaa asked, be g"oe rouo!7"
sod BtsjiderBywg-lei your cmwlucl-be sat eeto--
cretie the ,eury., if ,oulher bergoCffeuTtd :;Dd;
slander you. In fine, a w id before, we would
not give a cent (it a person who is not slandered
il show that he is either a roilk-sop or a fool.
No no earn a bad name from a bad fellow, fond
you can easily do so by correct conduct,) it is the
only way lo prove thai yoe are tuititled to a good
one. .. ' .
IS ever branded be fart. A rrurue wss hranrW .
on the hand, and be fere he went from the bar, tbe
judge bade them search if he were not branded be-
fere, No, my lord, I ws never branded before."'
Tbey esrched,and fbund the mark., "Oh, you're
are an impudent slave, what think you now fV ,
l cry your honor mercy, says he, for I e?or ,
thought my shoulder tood behind."
UnrontcioM ronB-The other Sunday the clerk
of one uf the Dissenting Chapelt in the city, previ
ous tn the commencement of the service, dirtied
his hand by placing them accidently on tome new
black pnini, and unconsciously ribbing his fare, be.
smeared it so as to rcscmhle a son of Vulcan.-
lie turned into the singing desk, whore he natural,
ly attracted much attention, which was considers
bly increased.when he gave out the first line of the
hymn, " litkold th brightneu of my evrs." - The7"
swwHsmww son -ob- esuvft A4tSBz IB 1UP it ra4V?
iy,tna so involuntary laugh bunt from every con
ner oi tne cnapei.
Tricltbf Pari Th dsy f purchased them
'riclt)f Pari 1
n i . v . ii. ..- I. i
Drsceieis; was mantea oy tne roiiowing circum
stances. I was walking terns one of the bridges
in Paris, when a well dressed man suddenly threw .
nately he fell intoa place where the water w not -A-
very deep, and he waa apeadily .resciiec from hi .
pcrjlput prediraGuW.A.'w surt-J
rounded him 1 amoojrst the rcM - 41e ope rW hi
J'". bi word were, Vwfiin sir pourret ..'.
tnjen ! , My children, my poor children 1 These
piteous exclamations moved me, and I immediately
gave the man a couple of Napoleons, they being '
all the money I had about me. Iear bless you,
sir,', said sn Englishman, whom the occurrence
also attracted lo the spot, he' done thai already , '
three limes this week. .-He regularly drown, or
poisons, or stabs hitnsoff, four or five times every .
week. Why dues he do that V said I ; in be "'' '
mad V, Mad f no;' returned the man he i a ...
clever fellow on Ihtrxontrary, and picks up t good .
deal okmoney in this wiy. Ife an excellent bu. ,V
sines. Ho live belter by dying .five or six timet V"!
t week than I do by working hard.' Whnt 1 ii . h
be an impostor, then! cried I, naiurally indignant :
at the gross manner in which I had-beqn imfiosed I
roan but ht't toinething like it, thpngh.' ? - .
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