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flats lbs Nsw Yeik Dan.
wun tu M.uf m lUiVix,
Aa risk th hurt.
And lb qJriU ar hey
Alt ibwiwUlax.aiMl lUik
Wlisalatkrlfbl talk lief
Ar m dun U h ssea,
Alt armsta" aa Ufa's atmwa
Wkta satyait wam im j
RImI Mau, skew ysurnatvt
And Nrtr say fall."
TIb Wsaknesa, tlaCoweidly
If UbodUiMi tbwtll
It wit set always UK,
Ikar uMf afalnal it I
Lai t U atiitftli' tat appall ;
HUalfbtoa up, Nu, at faoe il,
UlllM'sr aula Owe fall
Whrn bar cam eera ye,
And wild bawls Ibe Oat
KftUf rtrara sad Brtmslll
Jitua U, Cuvrta.
J I'.JJ -I.J .I..! '
. .. .! .T-aiBioamB
Drnlas upmn Iko Oceans.
Upon a recent voyage frnsn Liverpool
to New York) I became lntlmal!jr ac
quainted with young mau, a follow pa,
ssnger who waa going on a Walt to Amer.
lea. ..Whan I first w him 1 waa atruck
with fii atparno. ,11 waa of alcodar
meat, with a glortout forhad, and eye
oi otuooio wua, ma Mir waa light au
burn in ita color, ami bia eounlananco ox
pleased a nobility and frankness that ia
lately found." Wawer Introduced, and
fmm aoma cauae beoam quite iallinata.
1 aooii found that wa aoaaeaiad mutual
frienda in Kagland. lie had come from
one of ilia beat lamillea of the upper
alrntum ol what ia called the middle claaa
of liofllah aociety. It ia not at range that
we became intimate, tat 1 loved hia native
land and be loved niio. Upon tho pleaa
ant mouitlighl nighta, we aat uiion 'the
utiatter-iltck, c4iverilng about the land,
the bomaa, and the frianda we were laav
ing of linaland'a poeta aud atateeaaea ;
or, ahiftlng the acenea to our own Nw
Hnglaad, or the broad aipanae of tka
Weat with Ita ercrlaating prairie. Often
tbs unweloomo sound of the midnight
ball broke upon u. era w'o had rmlahed
our conversation, eo pleaaanily had pasard
the ovenlng away. He waa not long in
f;alnlng tha friendahip of all hi fellow cab.
After w had btfn out a fvw daya, !
miaaed him one morning from hi acout
tomed placo at the breakfast table. 1 did
not ace him oa the deck durlox the morn-
ing, nor at the dinner table. When I via
itrd hi atate.room to my eurnrlso I found
him lying on hia birth quit ill, with the
aurgton in attondano. Ha had eiper
iaaoed In the night aevere attack from a
daageron dlataae, and wa already very
much prostrated. He viae glad Iosco mo,
and termed to be in good spirit. Tear
came into hi aye when I took hi hand
and he wialiod a fllow.rrnger who was
clergyman, to read portion of the
Scripture to him. It wa the first time
1 bad aeeo him low-spirited, and it waa the
last. Tha olemtntn eamo and read a
solemn psalm to l-m, and hi Badness left
him evsn he waa joyful hearted.
The next morning 1 wa shocked to hear
tha surgeon say that h could not llvo
forty-eight hours. I went to him Alas I
tbo surgeon vne right. The chance that
had come over him In a single night, was
mlrnoulous. Ills lair brow was covered
with a damp as chill as death, and bia au
burn hair wuclotlsd with molature. Dut
hi pure bin eyas had not altered Ihoy
had the eamo affectionate, half-sad, half
joyous expression that they had always
worn, the flush had disappeared Irom his
cheeka, for hi anguish bad been great
during lb nlgbt. I look hU hand if) mlno
but darad not apeak for fear of betraying
the amotions of my bcaVt.
Ho said with a osm olearvotoe, "I am
going to dla, my friend, but I am not
afraid." A pressure wa gone from my
spirits at onos. Ha want on "I have a
few things that I wlah o givo My friende
a few trifles arid If you will call tho
captain,! will tell you to whom I with
I calif d him and ha continued aalmly t
Mygoldwatohlwiah my alstsr Emma
to have, and my silver ono givs that to
Oaorgv, my' little brother Qoorgy j and
my riflo let It be kept for him until hs Is
old enough to uso it. Glre to Meggy tho
tho ring on my little finger. To my moth,
Ilia voloo faltered when ha eamo to her,
and tears crept down his pallid ohssks.
"Ah, sho was a good mother I Givoback
the Dibla that ahe gave me, and tell her
that her boy did not fear to die 1"
All also bs bequeathed to his father, to
dliposoof ashe Dloascd.
The captain left the room, and theyountf
man continued, looking earnestly In' my
laoe, "write to my motnar, wnen ism
dead, and tell her that every body was
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Bin 1) "ilmt .IM not fear death. Tell
RUT tlil I lve her In death) you should
sos tier, sli has such soft meok ayos, and
her baJr. curls so beautifully about, liar
forehead. Toor Megijr I amiand-jliore
Is one or whom I havo not anoken ( llnry
: I waa engaged to har-glvo
my Dai rinsr to ner. sod an liar Hut i
Iiom to meet Iter in heaveu."
Uccomlng eshauaird, I loft him for a
sliorl time. When 1 eamo buck, lie" said
"I wlili onco more to ai-e tho oceB'ir,uln
whoao depths my grave wilt innu b mailaj
1st me gsxs on it noe more I" , ,:
Alas, be waa tod weak to bo raited up.
on detk oorfellow I And thtu ibo
wlahed a buokot of kb. water brought to
him. HUoyeawerosufluacil willia smile
when he saw III Hn put his hand In (I,
and bathed his forehead saying, I eould
hardly tell whether ssdly or joyously,
"soon shall my.body bo in the dark blue
ta." Thero wa aornr'thtng tnagnlficent
in that sdf.baptlam of hia liH Icarlrts.
nrs waa ao ttmmphant over death.
All the day the wind had been incrras.
ing In atrenitib, and at night it blew a Iiur
ricane. Towarda miJulclit the ara bu.
camu frightful the wave dancing 'over,
u amld.ihlp, oratriklng our aid sounding
like thunder. Many of tho Daciifers
waru frlffbltnod, nearly all. They wore
up, ami, wnen me captain ctuno down In.
In lliocihfn,tliiy imlht'rt'd about him wlili
niuloiMcyei nndmrnctt uuenlljna. I :
up all niL'lit with tho dying one lomo of
the time holding him In Iris berth a part
of the time he lay in my arms. Ho was
perfectly calm, and hi fearleuncte wa
rcbuko to tlioae who wero pale wilh fright
from ilia atorm. At day break, it had
rcsohud il holitht i at davlfoht the noor
voung man said, "I thank you all for your
kindmta to me farewell, forever I" and
Tho Monti went auddvnly down, and
tho next morning thoru was a perfect calm
and tho tamnn was Idly flipping In the
air. Tho iuii shonn calmly upon the
beautiful aca the air was balmy, liku
that of the South ; butweworo all sad,
for wn were lo ace what few of u had ev
er aciii bofore a aca burial.
I will not dcscrlbo lliu ceremony, "fir
abler pen thin mine have donnso. I will
ay nothing of the Utile band that sadly
loud at the lee npg.way, and aaw the
corpse stretched: upon tho do'ath.plank ;
of tho horrid plunge of tho body Into'tbo
myatcrloui "ocean nothing. AIT that
day Utile parties were' cluttered together,
talking about tho poor young man. All
of il ware aad.
When ihoevcasBg eamo on and the full
moon shrma upen ut, with a lustrous pur.
iiy, I went out upon tho quarter-deck; and
muted lonir upon the younff man, hi En-
aliah homo, aad those who dwell thorn.
ilia mother pcrhapa waa praying at. that
moment a aafe voyago for him a happy
sojourn in tho New World, and a'bannv.
oh I how happy return ; but the sea waa
hia mother now, poor woman I Ilia dear
Meggy, "wlili her hair curling beautifully
about her brow," lay at that moment, per
haps kissing him in her dreams. Dream
on, Meggy I too toon will you waku to tho
stern aoniea nf life.
Then I ihought of tho time when every
poil would bo eagerly watched by. th':
home, for they expected a letter Iru.i'
And a letter does come with a foreign
post mark, but in a alrango hand. Tho
father grows palo ns he looks at ft j the
'mother watching his countenance, anx
iously asks why be la pale. He hands
tho letter to her and aha cavers up her
faco and ahuddora. They daro not open
it. Tho brother docs, and reads-tho let.
lor that I wrote to them. Shivered, "In a
moment, are all thoir beautiful hoposy aad
ihey wuop In nngulah and Meggy I ihe
I out among the flowora, playing; Ihey
have not told her I the brother goea to her
and nay, "como to me, Meggy -," the
ulrl runs to him, and ho bursts Into tears
ho cannot tell what ha wishes, f tin
grows stronger and tells he,r tha Ihor broth
er I dead, pnd buried in tho blue ocoaji,
and will never come back. Shejjjki,
sadly, "Will ho never, nevor comolokt"
"Never, Meggy," aud the beautiful
child ariea as if its heart would break i
but the dark ocean will not heod it cries,
nor its mother', hut hug him a a trophy
in its embrace
Miss MiTciiiLr., the Last Amoso
mm; Wn havo received, through tho
klndnsssofn friend, a pamphlet printed
for private circulation, containing moat
Interesting account prepared by Hon.
Kdw'ard Rverctt; late' President ofHar.
yard University, respecting the disoovdry
of a.comcl by Mis Maria Mllohall of
Nantucket. From Ihl pamphlet we learn
that in tho year 181)1 a gold modal, of the
valuo of SO ducats, was founded by the
King of Denmark, to boawarded to any
ncrson who should first '.discover a tele.
coplo comot ; and alto that on tho 1st' of
n.!Alu..,lfill tAl a'aImL P M aii-tli
a comet was discovered by Miss Mitchell
nearly vertical above Polarlt, about five
dearres.1 'Wilh eharaotarlstlo, mo
degree.' ''-wun cnarscisnstio moqesty
Mb Mltahell deollned to allow bor folber.
Hem Wm. Mitchell, lo publish bar dlscov.;
ary imnsediateiy, reiiiaraiog ; ,"ii . is a
naw comet, our friends, th uonot oruam
bridae, havo teen it." Tha failure to
communicate by the mall following the
1 ""r'f 1 .'I ' ! IIHII.IM llflim III IMWIIBIIWW .!.. mlm SaWHf Ml ! j
"Wmrr tho rW !
discoverlo tho Minister of Denmark tho
foot of ilto discovery, teohnloally debarred
liar from the rcceitit of tho medal, shhouah
It was. fully diiiltlol,by th judge, Prof,
auiiumasiior, i Aiiona, anu rroi. Airy
of Greenwich, that tho comot wa first
sornbyMls Mitchell. Mr. Kvcrott first
brought the sublet I bsforo these, judges,
who woro, howover, not nuthorlicd to act
Ho then, hv tho atlvice of the 'excellent
Charte d'AfluIre for Donmark, nnd
tlituuub ihe agenoyofour Mlulater at
CopcnWon, and the Danish Minister of
Foreign Aflalr appealed to the King. of
irrorsj wno aircctea, tnai tno meoai
shddlJla) conferred upon' our learned
countrywoman, who la said to be the tint
lady id.tbo world who wa ever thus hon
ored. Mia MUcbelllaabiUtJaw a ai ob.
server havo fbromo ye"r been recognl.
ted and used In one' or tho public works
nf our country. By way ofahowlog this
u pnunir in iiw oiaooTory, we may
mention l ho fact that on the 3d of-Octo.
her tho same comet was first seen at Rome
by Fatl.br do Vlco ; on the 7lh pf Odd
lior In Hnglehdby W. R. Dawes; and on
tho 11th of October st llamburcbv Mad
ame Rumker, tho wife of tho Director of
tho Observatory in that city.
, Who is the man whose heart dots not
best f r Konsuth t-vJIorn in a State suf
fcrl.ng for cu unlmagitiabte time past un
der tlio moat Impenetrabln veil that Ab
solutism ever cast upon its vietims, educa
ted in a school, whose chairs were occu
pied by the pious brothers Me Jttutli!
and left by the death of his father In his
earliest days to hia own energy" and ac
tivity, hn elsvated himself to the Tresl.
dency of his nation to bo tho political
Goliath of his country. Superhuman ca
pabililica distinguished hia moral a well
as Ids political characjer, and to posterity
enfy, to history and not to our pen, it may
be given to fully comprehend, ami draw
iho picture of this extraordinary man.
Wo mention here a at r iking word, used
by Mctternlch a short tlmo since in Lbn-.
don on the question of a high-placed ttstei
man: "But what I really ureal about
thle Kossuth t" on which few pathetically
replied : "Kossuth i a problem I" .
Vet I he ia a problem given from Prov.
idenco arid to be solved by J)ealh, never
by tVwslavlsb aarvaatjiof ttapid tyrant.
rwvsr by. iheiaaaaUav roaahWuoaa'of
Hutsisn satieiiitea. r
High he ataads lika lb Csdar of tb
Labaaon, radiant Ilka tb u po th vaulu
of Heaven, all enlighuauw, all flluiniaa
ling, all animating on tb'e Pouit,PaaDotiIe,
tha baaveu of freedom or Europe. T
Of a noble, manly stature, mild Tea
tures, of a true heart, but from an Impris
onment of two yar of a aomewhat Ian
sulslilog constitution, Kossuth Is one of
tho most beautiful creations of nature, an
ornament of the human raoa, wonder a
often as words etcapo his lip.
Dut tho most terrifying forms part of
liossutn s propnetioai genius, .-tnu. in
May last year; oo tho beginning of iho
war with Austria, he foresaw. th. actual
war with Russia, and a aspecch at "th
hou'c of the Slates, he pronounced amongst
others Iho following words: Th entry
of the Austrian army in Hungary will b
her funeral." And a llttlo fartbar : "Hun.
Siry will not perish, but if tho perish,
en Austria will join hor foil." It was
Kossuth himself, who placed tbo thcn'lit-
lie knownjroung Oorgcy on tb field of
natiie oi Boriwetbat, at tbo bead or the
representatives and declared himself re
sponsible for Ids action and valor.'
Kossuth often declared in June 1848
tho ,KMa!biliiy of raising a Hungarian
army a it now exists (300,000) ; and re
liable fact ro at hand to prove that Kos
suth possessed exact statistical data,
though Metlarnloh contrived lo'ernuggle
in for tho most pari fslso one about the
elate of Austria.', Whilst ho was minister
of the finances (April, May and June
into,; Austria wa twice, a every ooay
k now near, bankruptcy. ; - -
Kossuth unite lo eclenUua knowledge
high dlplomatio taleaUiand basldt his
natlva language, wo oft) heW him ooni
versa ia uerman, rrencn ana itajin.r
Exemplary modesty crowns hi virtuous
character. Whilst speaking in tho tint
silting of th Assembly of Stato at De.
breezin, and making an' allusion to the
imperial ornaments (tb orown, eeptre
Ihe Imperial globe and other insignia of
Holy Stephen) lying at hlf sidd.'tao about'
tog peoplo wished him 'to' oov
with thcts Inajgnis.
And we tsko advan
tage of (hi opportunity to communloate
taot. to pur readers whloh could not pene-
trsto' the well-guarded barrier formed by
Ihe Austrian Policot
That Kossuth Is1 neither Preekitat of
HuDosrv. nor Bunkanr a RatmbHo." In
the aoourijeni of tha Dedlaratfoaef Inde-
penaence wnicn wo pot ip use ortsjrasi,
language, It la'aald; That' Hnngityida
olaroa IterNlf IndepsnaVraH at th At
trlan State, without decldmg for th prss
ant her futiiro form of government, aad
that this question, I to be tronaforred (o
the next Atsembly I '. "
L.'KosButh Is entrutled.Bnanknously
from lhaemU4rArtlvf of the
nation with the PrasWenoy of tha Cow
mltteo of Rogonoy, and I invested pro.
visionally with tho governorship of Hn
Bry. " ' " i.
t '- U!j.,;j ,( t,
, ,, . m,
Kossuth ha, puniecfUtetlv never aapir.
ed to be Ihe 1'rcaWont of a llungariaa re
public... , "
IJow the dice, with which af present the
game of nation I (dayod, may fall, Ko
ulh has rendered hWeolUmmortal, aad
w nether thn oountrtr ana. ba rulml. wild
thejron knout, the golden ccptrn,'or with
the rnsglo whd of equityIn Ihe hears
oour free-born ond frccdom-lovfng po.'
terilv wlllnlm an Ideal mMii h..
Ing the holy Inscription : " .
k' w ' ' 1rIY
(KrThe follJwing"eloq"a6rit"addre to
tho nations of Europe form part t of, a
proolamatlon reoently issued byGen. Kos
"The armies of the Hungarian nation
havo already fought out1 their quarrel
wlihAutitriar-Tl! liberated country
eeoeti exuy to do moo ,io nonnsn. itlut
more MtilJoned tha Russian dasnot far M.
and ha broke Into Hungary at tho hdof
lSff.OOO Ruitth "frnaiM IhrnlmW r?Mtn'r
ttadi, Ltmbeig, and Vienna, ho broke Into
onr country the eouqtry or the martyr
"v SO not throw down our arm. Wc
will fight tho armle of the allied tyrants
of Europe. Ood is just ;' his power i
almighty; h hallows ths bsnls field for
tho weak; and the strength of the mighty
and wicked is broken. .
"But we would speak a loud 'and sol.
emn warning to the constitutional govern
ments and the nations of Rnrope : '
"Y governments! ye ara the ofiteial
fjuardlans of the libcrtyandtb legitimate
nterests not only of your own countries,
but of all Europe. A tremendous re
sponsibillty rest npon you. Thepunlsh
mont of trtrr erlmo you allow to be com.'
mltud against liberty and the rights .of
man win comu iioue to you anu me lands
"Wake up, oh ye peoplo ! at tho ap
proach of this enormous 'danger. The
tyrants' armies are 'banded together. to
tread under foot, and to alienee every free
word. They have begun Jn Germany,
In Italy, and fn thb our land of Hun
''Thou haughty English nation I Hast
thou forgotten that thou bait, decreed tb
principle of non-lntiyntloo, that thou
bow luflbrtst an intervention -direeted
glat -eaattrhMloaal liny, bt thasj
laadaat aid to tha baaaer of tyranay by
stjsTariaw tM aoalitbai of tyrant. The
proud panaoaof tb Briub matt ia tbrcat
Md with 'ago, .CM wfll withdraw
Ik blaaslat h bna lentil, If ft provw na
true to the cause to which it ow It
ram. ," . t ,
"Awake, oh people ofEurovMPOn
Hnnamrian aroaaid tb battl for tha-Ire.
dora of Ettropa.il lahtirur. With tkl
oouctry the free world wilfloote a power.
tut memoer, , in ue nation a truo ana
btroia chamnlon will nerishl Por we
shall fight until we spilt th. last drop ot
ouratooa, taat our country may' euner
beoome a cboaaa sanctuary of frdoa,
coecratd wthour blood, or shall .form
a damning monument to all eternity 'in
token' of the manuerin which tyrant can
leaga to destroy fro11 people 'and free
nation, and or i na snameiui mananriM
whiob fre countri abandon one anoth
er!, Pesth, 3d July.
L. KouDTH, Gover-
II. SlXKEtx, Prf '. of the Council.
Under thi bead. Iho oorresoosdssit .of
tno nwrc Aavenuer, wming rrom
Frankfort, Oermaay, July 91, give thi
following tketch of on
bet Generate :;
'JfitfkBm. If. KoswitrJ I the roatur
splrit.of the Hungarian struggle, bo' I at
least aided by men worthy to stand by hi
Id. Tho vtteran DtmblaakI, th yoooa
but prudent Gorgey, aad th iadefatlgable
Bern, beside n boat of other, ar all wor
thy of their great leader, and of tb noble
oaus in' which thej , ar engaged.
Among all tha,' Hungarian hero, no oa
oooubim a more promlaent plao than
Oeneral Joseph Bern.' No oa baa db
played mora u)liriaf energy from tho
beginning of the war, and noon baathu
far bad nor brilliant succ. Ar the
vary outset, jtb, a, band of .only eight or
tn thousand mn.'h becain obmplste
ssiastar of anllra Trsnsvlvanlt. a'ooantrv
nearly a largo a Hungary ltlf, jlwk
inait'Rom the aaaosior ainai aatmy,
intemal inwrtaosion, th Aiutrlana aid
Russian., Th 9axona,iYaltaohlaBa and
.TjMohe of Transylvania hav becom
under the rule of Dent, friend lnttd of
eaetolt of the Hunnarlan. "H boa
Inoabea aaUawigiastUellaaUeh a
in oin, vwn waM..(uacs: ,i nviueai
fmm tha lilll BlvtflMMAa Af 111 laltjl t .!
at nreaent h . ld. to b ai CMgaw'l
whX'Kateuthaad gowrnment,, oemman.
orot tae loroe, wnicn ara prpra to
make tha hut mU 'for the lUwrliw f
Hitagnry. - y,
ly fitted hlai 'for tka poaitloa h 'lobk'e
nibraola,ta'Mu-ariari aatsWi vaMu.
oted 4fo FrMh"rMvry;MbMl of
Warsaw tuMor rtiur,. mm Mtie- M
anUMd tha henna army, nodar Miraull
-w. ...J.; ijsl."- ...
1920,) In th ra-orgnlMd''Polthtrfny
ih CI ,r .U0 iitail
-art Ln -(VS aa)M 'W I
4114 rin.t lo j-js,! eJi J
Hussla'l' which Bllcr.muchaSffiaiP:
aaa ! it 07 7aHil si i!abV m
alng' from hit oppMlllion-Pru1ttfan, opprti
ma tNsoMrg, m Mwy wajsasl MtjMI,
ling; an onihuaiaatl asrtJiMU,Ja' th
Polish .JaaHr'Mth &, vT.WJ
. I Vl. K-l .
In yral ksutsa, Kjtilnaii'ajaiAli
of.Uie wlUtajrtllnr tlnal,, ntjmnt
lotion 'nf Vienna 'th? tuVrTb-rl,
he'fHplyed hk'tUtMl' WtlMiM HIHh
but wan-uajsjdamafaltamMn! tkfoyr.i
union and.want nf. orooer'svatasi la tha
city ;-Tucli bid beenlna aoaool' of Bam,,
ooecerlelnly'bf mlfortuB,r but 'one
wmen, 07 nsasmg 'aim aoqnamreawitn
the military aadMUiiealaystam of AwJ
trU and Rusia. na .la WF.'lmhlan Jaias
6 rapport rev ti,aMMMa fef nhlag
from Austrian or Rasalan (mr7, we'll
prepared him for ths'rnoHaf srnggtibf la
freYooDlaanlMt lbsaa ewwers. TT.'.il
Bsm was born In 1705 at Tamnwl'iai
fimllUU - f a aakla ftialta ,.a.t.l.V L.J
formerly bean ono of iamotl dlstJfguIsned
of Poland, but' tbta nduett),. lib father
wvina 111 aiiuica. aad nwam asmkio
th University ofCraow,.but-a h
evinced a military oUanitiestjaad'a:fcl
fatlier, hod removed to
f oboe), lba,un
thero waa a good military sobooi, lbn,ua-l
oer me rrancn uatnerai reiietier, no was
withdrawn frow Use Urtlvarsrty'wieM,
and placed herevrtAAri going through
the regular course ,M study, h, wa ad
mittedli'o the Feach army, and at tb
beginning' of the' enrapalga 'of 1112
ssalntt Russia.' wasLlfHtumnt of Baeant.
ed Artillery, first under Marshall Davomt
and then under atoodoaald, who, atter the
unfortunata Issue of, th"xodltioo,to,
Moscow, threw himself. Into' the fortrsw
of Dsntxlg. Hors young Bern, shared
the fortune of th bMleged'Preaeh fif
teen months, when,.an.:tW:kpstalatioa
wUh tb other Pol who ,rjML, to
Poland, tbo RiaasUa not 0Mrvlng one
condition of the sarrndr,wHh waa to
allow the Pot froo to Fraao:
Arrivod at Warmw,.hi 'rtamlatd .at
biatbar'a.ltecmiintll thar awnnlw,
lion of th Polish armjr.ln ISIS wsnW.iha
Grand Duk of Gmtuttist!!!1.
tarad tha RussUn mrrie. Blaiaa
dttlm, a xertd over' U aamaU--i
aaUU naturally-ftoe, aa4 thatjln tlVr.
vWol NanoUon hnd ha tH to haaatka
at7eators degra of liberty. la'tltV
eonrw of two Tor "thraw1' ywmr'ht -wS
Moral ttmaa smmt trnfts aaWtairtii.
IranaJk and anapinlil ftam aarylo. Tha
fort b aoada Ufa hi.)aryt.laad
permission toleava tha obtiatry, wera.nn
ucceaaful ;' bat whin-ln' 18 henwined
dsUrntlnedto vnf) loncsri lwWn.lmM
beck by being pawnor. Wtte. rat :
rTsmaln' asw ananiniasl ha
faajraaaaawj aaaaaaaj V Vaaaaaaaaj aa
tosaorm tna uarmw 1
But ha was no mora aatkMM aiwr'wl
tbanbelor, ey wo ho
mnvoiamgamlkhv wWi tha
mtMsiin. 1-1 .1 -... 1
L the Grand Duke of Qnaatinlh) wn a
man of a most arbitrary and' tynanjotj
dtopoaltroa, ami wonM net ttlraM;rlM
least appearanoa or fraofnatT.trnx.
nresaion 'of poUttsal , opinion. . ..From
low tui-icms,, own.waa tnrM tttwi a
mud. aad. twloaj ooaimnd to ' prhsW,
oece DeiatT mrown .' two 'maama into a
jdark, vat dgcvw4n'jM hi rami ,
nonaiy ut; - vn. resfontf, tiunaay
Ing the plana of ooofinanxnt, ho anm'ieat
to a small' town at a 4ritaoa fraaa tb
eipital, and plaoed adr pelkkr tastpMt
tlon. t ni L .
.On th death of tha, KmpaforAlsxan
w ltsSO, and tha' aoeemlon of Nicholas,
ho miooeeded In tattta hln'dhwhanM.and
went to reaMo at laambarglh. IMUokUrr
Hera hr employed, hi twm ahttfly.mtitly
iacrnalLeraatiaa anal mohaniaa.oo wbleh
tunjoet M punioiaxnam rorcs. partn
hul v one on the UamnnB' l
Tf . . . fc- . - ..-
in. low, wnen laonroi asswusaauusa
was roles In tfajteVa-tm m.s'.tMi
''l '.iHMI'1 1. -t. J J J."
firt to haaten to tho told nt laaJm ,Jty
labratory at Maslrergj-hs ohanged for
tb irdllttry camp oi Wihaawi AaMa
er and comraatjdiir of, barbry of'artll
nr, ha took1 part In rth tsMtto' at Ifanfc,
vImto1 8J fe tmlbated iW.Mt). Uul
aiM,tha battary otom, f,l
tonewg WMotina enmy,or ,
h waa nwda Colon! oath flel
jaiin miiuaa di unjoawwavva
I..L1I .ill'- '.rtl.Uil aw..
At ubieeyamlii nfjOatrsl
whhm tha Pawn war obUatd la
Rumble toh atantl at tha WUgo'ot1
Naravr, wkteh thoy'ntMmM, airaff,
Attar uta aw waaapaanmmiisa- taf ,m
aasMi-Si W-s) rmumm.mnutn,tm
.. ButtnaatUmptortha PMMLfianMir
dmtmm tbsamslvs. -aailM flwrn the.' wait
ofdMit and nMKlf Uaata, hmdlag
1 of lra w; lh. nmtt
part wa ainotatl ty'Miittti
oharaoUr of Hw ' aimmltien mad, ai
iha imialMllty of haHtaa iw tt tWf fof.
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it ff"z'f""z rrr
earm. iJi.oIjsear mnt',
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; ioineuctoeer r1
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ius lair nanv
th taking of imt'cksjh
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ant) amine. an, Ausinan
outiMo of th3 line,' tail-'
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and Winn 'firW-tkn.-sar at.
tern mabd into th Hi
eroaWtoas It wa. nVfMFi
th ardor of ayMib.'aatfcat
lien or. n man. rasatf a ut;
man! and tiinnwiitlatrlv
the first Importane. Bern' WflHaat nWtH
tbfworJdi )0 fJitfA -jdi'tn bn'tjaisea aw
morttr anrl,' I imV
(ner 'or aettnata'Maaa
waa n Uieiefha atr
rsBimsilir wa harn mTsny,
and at an aarly an rmey
iather'a famUy tojurjlajtan,'
,'a fffTq IilaJ.,r.l!g's-'p. Rf
1 f 7SE52.
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lera, an ot warn aw a
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