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SREITII FOR HUSBANDS.
BY T. S. ARTHUR.
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illUNEB & JAMES,
Editors Sf Proprietors,
Keep a check trrdx xvl yoc
Do THIS, AXD LiBEITT IS SAFE."
Gen' I. Harriton .
VOLUME V, NUMBER C.
Mrs. Lundy had been up half an hour,
busy about; various matters, when Mr.
Lundy crept out of bed and commenced
I wish you would get me some hot wa
ter A ggy.j he said to h is wife. " I must
shave myself -this morning.
Mrs. Lundy was busily engaged in
dreeing a little resisting urchin.
'Yes dear,' she replied, " in a moment,
and kept on with her work,, intending to
Hhijih dressing -.the child before she went
Iovyn stair! for the hot water.
; tyf. Lundy waited - about a minute, and
hen said a little irnpatienity.
l wish you would get it for me now.
AgOes, I can't finish dressing myself un
..nslrsj Lundy ceased her work, put down
r tbel child,, and got the hot water. Mr.
; Lundy began. -his., shaving. When half
through b directs his wife to tell Bill to
clean the old boots, as his rjew ones hurt
' liirn; completing his toilet, he goes down
to the reading room, and reads; his paper.
Eight o'clock, the breakfast hour arrives,
? and !Mr. Lundy isa punctual man ; but
Mrs: Lundy has five children and herself
to. get ready. The baby cries:; Will
y-breaks his slide string:- Mary wants a
pin ! and in quieting the firsr and helping
the -Others, minutes lly f All is done, Mrs.
Lundy proceed to arrange herself, when
tap comes Mr. Lundy with
: l Good heavens, Agnes! Ain't you
dressed yet V f'Xclairfis her -husband; com
ing to lb chamber door, with bis watch,
in'hisJlinnd. It is ten minutes nast eiirht
now; l'-ve,; bei'ii ready and waiting for
more; than ball' an hour.'
- ; Jl 1 be along it) a minute. I've only
t biy Imir to put up, and a dress to slip
on replied Mrs. Lund).
t iSiUnced, but not convinced, the bus-j-baiui
goes grunibling down sjairs and re
' commences tvalking ni floor, but with a
bt-ai'ier and morc( rapid step, f
i (fo up and sec if your mother isn't al-
plost ready. -I'm in a great hurry this
morning," Mr. Lundy says to one of the
children, ajter the lapse of two 'minutes,
which seein to the impatient man at least
1;rm .'coming he hears on the stairs,
Jrorn Ids wife.
ri4rm. glad of rit he rather crrnfllv re-
CjlDnds. 1 ktTevyour minute would'nt be
much less than half an hour. I wish vnn
'Voulof try to be more punctual : this ever
bei'ii behind tirnc annoys me terribly
' "jThere art sothe meek wonJs said a!out
ho time it takes to dress and see after so
; many chidren ; but they make no impres
sif)ti uhate.ver oit the mindol Mr. Lund v.
I TlteV are uttered as a kind of excuseiand
!! - I' I.I r
j e regains tut: n as oi no more account.
? ;i tjj! sausages; are uone lo tieain the
CofTen is i mere dish-water Mrs. Lundy is
b'uldeli to look after Sarah, the cook she
pleaiU:bard work and then Bill brings
t ho nii v boots.' 'Mr. Lundy scoldsawav.
(But at last the children get off to school,
and the goodman proposes to start out.
Just at this jnodnt, he looks at his wife
ami skjs : Are you not well, Agnes.?'
l No she replies, l'vo been sulFering
With a, dreadful tooth ache all the mom-
SALISBURY, N. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1848.
you wifeb. I'd never keep a girl in the
bouse an hour it she did'nt do every thing
as I dtt-ectcd i
You jdon't know anything about it, Mr.
Lundy.j ; It is easy to say send off your
cook, if ishe is ten or twenty minutes later
witha irieal or serves it up badly: or does
any other thing disorderly or objectiona
ble, lint it is woise to have no cook than
a bad one ; and as to good ones, they are
hard to ybe found.'
Mr. Lundy met this with oneof Tiis
sweeping specimens of argumentation,
and completely silenced his wife..
Butjhe said impatiently. I can't Wait
your cook's movements. My business has
to be attended to.
And kway he flounced from the house.
In ten rlihutes the bell rang.
'Tellfparah that Mr. Lundy could'nt
wait, and that I don't want any dinner
said Mrs. Lundy to the waiter..
This is one day's history in Mrs. Lun
dy's life'. Need we be startled when told
that herpiusband was killing her by Inch
es ? adds the author.
But ho one suspected this not eVen Mr.
Lundy f bimseir. The idea that he was
From the New York Courier and Enquirer.
- FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE IIIBERMA.
The Steamer Hibernia arrived at this
portto-davat 10 o'clock. We received
our papers immediately including Lon
don dates of the 13th inst.
The npws is not of serious importance,
though of a good deal of interest.
In France -everything isquielt. A tem
porary Executive! Committee of five mem
bers has been resolved upon and appoin.tr
ed. The list of members is published be
Lemartine has lost ground! in the As?
sembly, as will be seen by the votes be
received. The f'actJs., attributed to the
favor he has shown to Ledru Rollin.
An insurrection has occurred in Romp,
against the Pope, because he refuses' to
declare war against Austria.
A new Ministry has been appointed.
In Lombanlyi a decisive engagement
On Saturday, at the Assembly which at j
murdering his wife by a slow and cruel was daily expected between Charles Al
death, Wpuld have shocked him ; and he
i, ., . 4i . i V,rmani 'continues to be agitated.
was reallv the fact. He was reallv mur-
dertnfHir is still great trouble. A series of severe
- Or, ' !
Yea" after year her duties and her toils battles has been fought between the Prus
increased. 1 he history oi a day that we sians and Poles in which the former
have given, was an epitomed history of
were beaten with great slaughter. The
whole province of Posen is in arms,
yln England everything is quiet.
Ireland is more tranquil. j
Trade in England has been ffood. Con-
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.urguiur ies mcmeni 10 nis household, so3 on the 12ih, opened at 84i to h
""u . i j cuu i II jj iu, nisicau oi relieving
her life. Mr. Lundy, wrapped up in his
schemes -of gain, and rigid in his notions
of ordr, punctuality and formal proprie
ties, htfd Inn rl svmnnfKir ffr tiiu cifo
. ---T ...... ill jfi.iiij f lllfcJ
1 i. . . . .
arm wasj ever complaining ot the little
the oppressive, wearying and ever recur
ring duties that were bearing her down.
It wasi a
I common thing fdr himself, ro
bust, atidjin high health, to sit in his easy
chair, kvi;th dressing gWn and slippers,
and ask his tired wife, who could scarelv
whence they declined to 83j for account.
They recovered however and; closed at
83 t for cash, aiid 83j for time.
Money was plenty.
Cotton has declined id on all finalities
and ask bis tired wife, who could scarcely under fair. The imporls haU bLen heavv.
move witnout lecling pain, to hand him t 4. . . .... i ...
this, that or the other thing ; to ring the n In- f WR there has been littld variation,
bell fbi- the servant, or even to go to their Best Wester Canal is quoted :at 27s 6d.,
chamber and bring him something from while middling qualities are sold at 25s.
a dravferj to which he was not willing that 6d. to 26s. Gd.
a mtst c 5ou,d g; , The Sugar market is steady.!
her character, grew Mrs. Lundy. ByW T Was"n-ton arnved outi in 14
i I . , . . . anil t tio n t it h rn
lering sip was punned, it mads the ' j ".o.
heart aclle to see her moving by the side The following extracts contain the lead
iog, ijlul 1 (eel as if every nerve in my
ljeadjvere a five "(
Why doh t you have that tooth out?
LwoutclHot snirer as you do.it' I had to
have i'very tooth in. my head extracted
i Mrn. Lundy turns away with feelings
pf discouragement. She is heavily bur
denedj and has ro true sympathy.
fMr.j Lundy walks towards his store;
healihjin every vein, and vigor in every
rpuscl ; and his wife goes wearily up to
h'cr chamber, half mad with pain, and ev
ery nerve excited and quivering.
ot her erct, florid, elastic treading: hus
band, jrhre like a pure, shadowy, form,
than a?real substance ; and to feel. assur
ed that uS a very little while, the place
that kbenv her, and the children and
friends Mho loved her, would know her
and love ;her no more.
p At lasts she died, and six Tittle ones were
left without the affectionate care of a mo
ther. .. IX her husband who wept so bitter
ly o'er her too ?arly grave, did not mur
der her,j we know not the meaning of the
word mtuder. When it Was too late, he
could remember her long sufferiujr, her
patienc, her wrongs received fit hishands;
but while- she lived he was too sellish: to
appreciate or properly care for her.
Husbands! If -you love your wives,
think ot-these things. Don't say that the
story siiifs Mr. So-and so admirably.
Look na-rrovvly info our own sayings and
doings al jhome, and see if it doesn't suit
you in n)dre than one particular.
ing items of general intelligence.
From the London Times, Mayj 13.
BY ELECTRIC TELEGtlAPH.
A military insurrection took place at
Madrid on the 7th inst., at 4 o'clock in the
morning, which was suppressed after a
sanguinary conflict which lastbd several
The, number of deadvas dot known
but it was considerably greater than in
the insurrection of the 2Gth of March.
Among the killed was the Captain Gen
eral Fulgosio, brother-in-law j of Maria
Thirty-four of the prisoners taken one
half of them civilians, the other half mil-
its rising was adjourned till Monday. M.
De Lamartine read the report of the Pro
visional Government on the state of France
The report met with great applause from
.1 ii i m t --l- ii- r il I I
me assemmy. iu. Learu ltouin lonoweu
in a long address in which he complained
bitterly of the calumnious reports which
had been circulated respecting him. From
these calumnies he; vindicated himself,
professing that he held moderate opinions.
His address produced a favorable impres
sion oh the assembled deputies. On Mon
day, M. Gamier Pages presented his fi
A letter from Lyons says :
The army of the . Alps have received
the war equipment, and mules have been
purchased to eonvey the baggage. Gen.
Oudinot, general-in-chief, has reviewed
the troops, and has gone to Grenoble,
where he has established bis head quar
ters. At Lyons it is srenerallv sunDosed
the army will soon cross the frontier.
The National Assembly, after a con
fused and agitated discussion last night
agreed to the adoption of the resolution
in favor of an Extensive Commission of
Government, to be composed of five mem
bers. The names to be balloted for on
the following day.
aris, Wednesday evening.
The assembly met to-day for the pur
pose of balloting for the Executive Com
M. Martin (de Strasbourg) said that M.
Dupont (de l'Eure) had declared to him
that he would not act if nominated. Af
ter some further conversation the assem
bly, at half-past one o'clock, proceeded to
vote, and the scrutiny was completed at
The following is the result :
Number of votes, 794
Absolute majority, 398
Ledru Rollin, 458
Gamier Pages, 715
The President accordingly declared the
citizens Lamartine, Ledru Rollin, Marie,
Gamier Pages, and Arago, members form
ing the Executive Commission of Gov
ernment. M. Wolowski then brought forward his
proposition for a committee to examine
into tlie state of the working classes, but
after having developed his views he ab
ruptly turned to the question of Poland ;
and was followed by M. Ducoux, who de
claimed about the state of their demo
cratic brethren in Germany, Italy and Po
M. De Lamartine in a few sentences
from his seat observed how difEcult it
was for a government so formed, and un
der such circumstances, to give such pledg
es as were demanded ; they should recol
lect the reserve imposed upon him, but he
would declare that should the moment for
co-operation arise, he would not forget
brought despatches to Sir W. Parker of a
very interesting character. They an
nounce the despatch of 7000 troops from
Naples to Lombardy. Six fine war stea
lers, one brig, two fifty gun frigates and
a large transport, are to convey them un
the Adriatic, from one of the ports into
which sea they are to march into Lom
bard A large squadron of cavnlrv and
a field battery, composed of some 20 pieces
are also to follow in the same direction.
We learn from Venice that Zucchi.
when summonedto capitulate, received
the summons with a discharge of artillerv.
making great slaughter of the corps which
had advanced to 1'almanuova. The en
emy carried off, it is alleged, 1G wagons
The Austrian Lloyd, under date of
Trieste, May 3, announce that Venice is
declared in a state of blockade, and that
an Austrian fleet is engaged in the main
A letter from the camp of Gen. Duran
do announces that he has marched to Pi
ava, at the head of 15,000 Pontifical troons.
The Epoca of Rome, of the 1st. states,
from Naples, (29th ult..) that the neonle
have proclaimed the son of Ferdinand II.
King. Other accountsvfrom Naples, of
the same, date, contain ho mention of this
The Roman papers are up to the 1st
inst. The ministry had indeed accepted
their portfolios again, but had not an-
nounced upon what terms. A deputation
composed of Pier Angolo Florentino, Pie
tro Sterbini, and the Duke of Rignano,
had been named by the people to wait
upon the ministers and question them on
the subject. They received an evasive an
swer, which did but increase the popular
excitement ; and serious consequences
The Patria of Florence, of the 4th. an
nounces that a demonstration, had taken
place at Leghorn, against the ministers
the day before. The speedy convocation
of the assembly was demanded. The Go
vernor promised to forward the request of
the people to the Government.
Constantinople, April 27.
This morning an important change of
ministry has taken place. Mchemet Ali
Pacha, brother-in-law of the Sultan, a gen
tleman well known in Europe, has been
named Grand Admiral, in the place of
Kalib Pacha, who is removed.
On Saturday a prince was born to the
Sultan ; he has been named Mahommed
A'abid. This is the second child our youth
ful sovereign has had in the short apace
of seven days. It is said that four other
Sultanas are expected to be confined.
A fire broke out on the 22d at Arnaout
Keoy, which consumed the whole villa
ges upwards of 100 houses, 3 baths, 2
churches and 2 mosques, fell a prey to the
Business is a dead-letter credit shaken
and money scarce.
THE MOVEMENT AT ROME.
We gather the following from the pri-
i a uo Ausirian mimrr r.
passport' (sura caccial.)
Tub' State or tuc C
nomination of an Executi .
five by the National Av
nesday, in the manner
have surprised the press.'':',
probably, the parties c1 c
least, as respects the order
stand in the return. The f
artine from the top, wh'u. ';:
be would have occupy, :
lowest placc on the bit,
comment in the whole tf ;:.
nals of Thursday. For t I
cline of his popularity cv. :
assigned. The principal r ,:.
itude he expressed that I.
should be named one of tl; i .
which, it would appear, 1
pleased the majority of t -
whom previously be baI I
favorite. M. Aragovas, (
a sort of neutral person, in
therefore given the votes i f ,
tire Assembly those cl !.'
and those of the two extrc:;.
ultra and the modrrat r.
The Moderates would i r.ot
Ludru Rollin, and the Ultr
give their suffrages to ?!.
Such were the causes of tl.
ballot. ! ! i
Pestu, May 1. Some a!,-.:
have arrived here from Da:
Croatia. .- Several districts, ;
Servants, have roused; the
ha ve'proclaimed Zara G ccn
The Croatian Jellocliich, 1
claimed a counter re volutin.
of 100,000 Croatians and .v.'
frontiers, who only wait the.
to re-establish in Hunarv
state of things The Em;
was forced to make the cone
they have obtained! from 1
though he has no order from :
he will restore to him his i
with which he wasinvc
news has placed all the to
tion. We hear every L
country is in danger, and the c
resounds on all sides. .
INDIAN WAR IN OUT
Four lattlesthc While j tic:
ere of Missionaries. . j
By the arrival of Maj. Met !;, ;
we have late and most imp :
Oregon, where all is confu?i m
between the Whites and InJi .:. .
erful tribes have unitedand cur.
ly war. Four battles itook 1 1 '
in three of which the Whites w
heating their enemy, j Five !.
fought a body of two thouian 1 I
day, when the Indians
ing a great number of .Whites.
On the 29ih of November a r..
I brutal massacre was commit! i !
Indians, at the Presbyterian
Wallah. Wallah Valley. Dr.
and wife, with eighteen cli.
and sixty or seventy 'jtaken ;
houses of the Missionaries an i ;
wpre burnt to the grcund. 'i
prisoners were tubseq-iendy n- -the
agency of Peter Sken Or; !
of the Hudson Bay Companj.
Major Meek pushed up ti e ri .
on his way to Washington, , ;
for the Government, asking f r i
on the part of the Oregonscf.i! :
itary men were tried and sentenced to ! bert endeavored to obtain a more precise
Lamarliiic's Politics in 1832. In answer to
Lady Hester Stanhope, (tM sister and in early
iil'e the secretary of the celebrated William Pit.
rMr. Lundy chats with customers, sells4 v ) wheuMliat " eccentric ' peronae. told to
. .i L 1 . . . .: i -it I ii . i -i i i i 1 . n
r;bods,!pays bills, and does a good morn
: ing . business. njid is ready, with a good
appetite, for his dinner Mrs. Lundy has
to go tp market, and returns home, worn
and exhausted. Then at twelve run in
MaggJ, Willie, and Alary, hungry as they
v can bei 'The poor voinan does all she
can. Well, at half past one, in stalks Mr. 1 P;.
Jundyp-oarah, ,itie cook, was behind-
blind.-jjSht! let the (ire goi clown and din
, ner wnls not reatjy at the regular time
the wals In her chamber suffering pain.
;- r1 iVit prissibhl ! Too bad I Too bad !'
ic, hf ilrdtltim say as he, paused, on bis
way tip stairs, at the dining room door,
n ' ::. it. : .
him the distinguished part he was hereafter to
act on th4 World's great stage, and whieh ishe.
' read in He stars hy science cradled and still
cherished hi the Kast, though at present lust in
Kunpe,"tjie astonished poet disappointed the
proohptessjhy assuring her he was not, like'
herself, ah aristocrat.
I am (continued Lamartine,) neither an
tocrat por a Democrat : I have lived lonr
enough to f)ave found, on examining both sides
of the mdal of human nature, that they are
equally hollow ; rny princi)Ies areas little aris
tocrat as the reverse. J am a man, and an ex
elusive advpeate of any .ysterri lhat may tend
to improv and perfe;t the. whole man, whelh
cr he he born at the top or at the foot of the
death by a court-martial, and Ver alinut
to be shot when thq post left, i
The Paris papers ''of yesterday an
nounce the formation of the nev Ministry
for France : it consists of Messrs. L5astide
Recurr. Cremieux, Carnot, Chanas, Flo
con, Duclerc, Bethmont, Frelat, anid Ad
miral Casy. J
It was apprehended that, an armed de
monstration in favor of the Poles would
take place in Paris this day. u
borne or the journals announced that
what was due to the French Flag, and j vate correspondence from Rome, publish
most assuredly the conduct of 1831 would ed in the Constitutionel. and dated 29th
A violent manifestation is to take place
this morning, caused by the following cir-
not be renewed in 1848. M. Montalem-
THE ANNUAL! EXA M1N
ui me students oi ineurcctiii; cr
lege closed on Thursday ahem
of a crowded assemblage cf cl:!.:
ers, who manifested a high i!
in the exercise. Six youn ,
on that occasion, and their t!
together with the address deli v , ;
President fcnipp, were 'of a c
expression from the government ; but M.
de Lamartine, on an appeal to the Cham- ' cumstance : The Pope, although he has
her, was supported in bis determination. ! allowed a crusade to be preached up jn ehararter ; leaving upon the n
It was-settled that a day should be ap- bis churches, and troops to be sent to Lorn- I'gent auditory an abiding sen-:
nninted for an internpllatinn nn lh PdUh barrlv. bat: not. nfnVJallir A-.rr., i tance of temale education Ls:. !
i i - -
The celebrated George Sand was pre
sent inthe ladies' gallery, and attracted
The Central Committee of the Nation
al Guard's' Democatic Club have issued
bardv. has not officiallv declHrrd wnr r
gainst Austria ; the Austrian Ambassador ! lisi?n ofthc BibI ! .
ctill rmQ;r.o i, t i xt i i aramouni engacemcnts in
etui iijMkiiiij iir.ii . i ii iim: i i la i 11 iniriri . w.v t
T - - - a ' v
week; but we shall do the s
.r .ii. '.i t-
ot Vtonno . tt.. . i I ve,u luriuer nouco oi Ujc i.
ii, i ilium , uui uau in'-ui wiumauc reia-
CUUUI luu lvxu uu'i "ee inter- : more ofjU5lice n our nexJ pr(),
rupted. , lii-r nualifi f.tr-ih ml'-
In consequence of this doubtful position, ; lne labor. Patriot of the 21 .
a most energetic protestation against the i Radctzky having made prisoners of seme
the Pope had been deposed, and the Re- odious calumnies and provocations to ci- Roman volunteers, would not consider!
and saiv that n)t even the table was set. social scalq. 1 neither espouse tho cause of
Vi vvonUer ivliat good it is for a man to t,,e people, jnor of the great ; but lhat of man
have alhbuse of fliis own, if he can't have kind in ,nfral ! . 1 do not believe that aristo.
thlngi (in be plejises.' I crilt r dentocrat institutions possess the exclu-
. JliXbin. Ar,,s ! r-m nnt r 11 . '. five. virtuef'Lf rendering human nature perfect
it i .1 i L i 'i ' dns virtue is only to be found in a Derfect re i-
.. , . -
ttenej.'jho said, filtering her chamber a
I fo(v minutes afterwards. J tohf you when
11119 I1IUI lllllf
" I helons
lit ' 4s J,
max 1 wisncu nrl1t, .nin)An .i , i. - r : : .1
toner at the hour, and there is nt even a nr:.A fiflly. i,:! ..i
. .. , . j , i , ii i i -ii tiaicj, nunc iiirir resprei ruose nuove
sin oHitS bemg ready. It really looks them ; whhje wish, be it a dream or not, is to
aif it were doub on purpose.' i I raise? all. nidn, without regard to the nature of
ii.-t'i i.i i: . i i . . . ...
J. II JlhUd the coouing io uo, you should the place t hey hold in the hirarchies of politics,
rVer vi ait a minute. But I can't always to the sameSdegree of knowledge, of liberty,
V- -tk i iervants Jo as I please,' replied and of moral perfection. ;'
IIfs. Ltindy. I j
That'sTall nonesense. I don't believe " The Vjmcs, TiioiiGii oft defeated, are
a wordiofiit. I wonder bow I'd get along ot yet slbdced. ashuigton Union.
iqess, if I were to let the clerks Very trud, Mr. Ritchie. Nor is this
do. as tbev nb
v in -my; business
y please'. I have a certain order They don't Intend to be subdued. They suf. j Ke
siness, and every subordinate has '-fered themselves to bo defeated in 1844. by an the
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public proclaimed at Rome, but the news
seemed premature. j
Boulogne,) May 11.
An order has just come from Paris to
put the whole line of coast in a state of
defence, and to mount guns od the detach
ed forts, which are built a little way out
at sea. The gates of the upper town are
also to be repaired and fortified. This
looks like a preparation for War.
The National Assembly agreed on Mon
day evening to refer to a committee the
nomination of the interim government. -The
committee to consist of one member
from each of the 18 bureaux, j The mem
bers chosen showed a preponderance of
the party. The committee yesterday gave
in its report by the hands of M. Peupin,
one of its members. It had agreed, by a
majority of 14 to 4, upon reporting that
the assembly should elect direct!', by bal
lot, nine individuals to act as ministers, !
with a President of the Council, without
An animated debate followed the read
ing of the report. In the course, of the
debate the Abbe Lacordaji re supported the
Republican list lor Ministers.! At length
President put the question, and the
TZte Psominat'wn of M ...
The Richmond Whi has Lf
j : .: i : . i
t,, ,in. i. .i . .i . i. overwiiPimiii'r mnnuenrp m tieir c ronir n nnn 1 rriociK 01 iiomiiwu ion nrnDU&eu in me re- i
, in uuiira, ctitd unaws inai tnev tiiusi ue j r - . .4 1 . .
due; Hneduce.aU your household matters b not wa4fjS inefficient vigilance the i port was rejectedhy 411 jto 35. The se- , about to be imposed
' f -toVl.lcd orderijandkeep every one strictly motcmphtf bf the enemy But they want to ; cond proposition was, that the assembly j are about to have a
r ' rberldnfi- nr d krou'U l,.v ibinrrv rUt have a ,ea?11r who w,,,PreP Mr- Polk & Cos ; should nominate an executive commission, ! Hesse, in addition
JiSy.:aAU,? UC lh,I1SS n?hl ! cracked Mejican General, una they won't fear 1 which aain should nominate? Ministers sUiere.
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vil war published by the clubs of Blanqui ; them as prisoners of war, but shot them !
and Uarbes. j immediately. One was hung to a tree We call attention to the fj!! v ;
To protect the deliberations of the As- with a placard attached to his body, with ! the Baltimore Patriot. -Tho (
sembly, it is understood that a battalion the words In this way arc treated the j that we have already made tin
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under arms, and the Mobile Guard and The indignation of the people of Rome i were induced, by seeing it si.tv
military are kept in readiness to act at a 1 was roused by this act, and they proceed- fpaPe that .Mr. Clay had re
moment's Warninsr. I ed in a mass to tbp rrid.iirft rf i1,p An. 1 nation, to alter our original tt.-4v
The Committee de Pari.;, which nrn. trian Amhassador. with thr intention nf I correspondent suggested ttat .
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cules the conduct of the Chamber, which ) Delegates from the Roman Clubs bad
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is losing time in words, while the reaction , lormerly applied to the rope to put hun- ,n ,a,,,,g 'nai .uaryianj t
is gaining ground in Europe, declaring self at the bead of the Italian league, and ; -Na,i',,al Convention were i;of i
that the best eloquence would be the : declare war against Austria. fjr Gen. Taylor, rhe d! -
sound of the drum, and calls for war a- ! Notwithstanding the violent manifes- sfruc.,cd.10 e'h'' p!1, U "'
gainst Prussia. Austria, Naples. &c. &c. ; tations which may be. made, I do not con- "' ubu, on' ,1
The Journal des de.Debats of Thursday j sider the Pope will formally declare war j si?e te "proceedTn'f of t'
confirms the reports that Pope Pius IX, is ; against Austria; his resolution on this ,Sjia7 Mr. Clay cannot he notr i
at present a prisoner in the hands of his point appears unshaken. His plan will instructed to vole ir lie no ;
unruly subjects, being virtually confined probably be to brand with reprobation in j Taylor, and to use their Lest .:!
to his palace. Rome has regularly re- ! the most solemn and severe manner the i the fame."
belled against him, and the probability is infamous and trocicus conduct of Radez- We make this statement Lee
that His Holiness will be disposed of as ky, and protest before God and the Chris- of the Richmond Whig' i rr.v
a temporal Prince. In fact, the entire ex- tian world, against all the horrors com-, adopted by others, and may yu
ecutive authority appears to be exercised milted by Austria, in defiance of all laws, j impressions.
by the new ministry Without any control human and divine. ,
on the part of the Pontiff. It L? expected that a document to this j
Carlsruhe. May 1. eliectvill appear this evening in the Ua
Our city is still in a state of siege six zette
cannons mounted on Ludswig's Quay, on i Civita tccniA, May 2. e kerp for a! HEADY MA!
the Rhine the citizens have received no- ! TnA 9 nr Tnnv n,l ar,li. very cb,.p. II. ? '
tice ot large billettings ot soldiers beinjr na u,-. nrnti.,i .n.;Cf fJ.:..KUTii!.iiiNVwV,iiii,ii
upon them, and we j ,etter of the p Mamiani has an- J kind.ofcloihii.ai .hori-hoiici-.
body of cavalry from nounced to the people that the ministry. I1!- 1-1
to the iniantry now continued, with the exception of Cardinal JUST RECEl
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