.. r" .
V probably have no ltlsalerloe, or hard worit, or hard rare to put up with; as
j nor, indeed, any dolphins at stl,bul what the lelllbyologient terminology or
. . me, as itwel-e, in a hole rlrlhe root, while the lnudvoniintllng century, with its
. rushes ronring snd glbberillg by 4 have a mind to set down a low or litmu-
- wond end i pnrted. For i do, indeed, aeeonnt this Reviewer ll nal type slid
. bull to contend." ate.
' I.IilI thin point-whll ll lhe hill: of mo
42 pl 4 V . THE CITIZEN, SATURDAY,’JANUARY 21,
. e Elitiraturt.
Jen. Jouizltant V‘
as son: .iurnl:l., rnlaoxxtt ix -riu RAND! or ‘flit nslrtsilf
cosusellred on board the Sllmrltatz-I steamer, r'll Dublin Hey, continued at
spare Island-on booed tile seourge War steamer,-on bani-it tilt -- plume-
" Anlk, armrldo-on boon: ulr Neprlure coltuecr snip-oi Penllmlbueo.
and: cape of Good Hope (during the Gilli-ciinvirl rebelliurli-at Vim nie-
mll Lend-or Tahiti-or Sim Francisco-and eovitiuded at No. 3 Pier,
North Riozr. New York. l
- so. ti. . --
' Jim lolb. late. on board H. Jlt. s. Scourge. l.st.:lt' 31, lung, -l0‘ ETW.
-No ship has been in sight ror tiva days. be routine or the u scourge" has
grown ramdisr; and one tires at urlbl-oiten ltne weather and smooth seas.
h‘o reoouree for tile but the uiii.ors'liltle library. Tbererure there been sieepily.
poring over more “Two Years berore the Maul”-n pleasant, ruugh kind
at book, but with something too much hauling urropee Ind"hIiidii1g " oi‘ sells
in it. boils voysge was s slrnrlge one. ne shipped bimselr as a common
snllor, all a Boston ahip bound to calirurrlls on a two years’ lrnding
voysgs, and subjected binleelrlo short rations ultd the ltleolence urs brutal cap-
laiti-atld ell beesuite he had heard the sea was good tor weak eyes.‘ in
lhet be cured the weakness in biseyes. Nuw l have weuk eyes too. cannot
assume this present seararing or mine, and y residence in Bemlildh, to be
merely a method l have adopted an the strengthening ut my eyesi And i will
pour nsns bad. Neither will 1 beolle vi hit more a prisoner than be was.
iur. mils is now, t believe, auecessrtll lnwyer in Boston; and tilererure,
perhaps, more e prlsoner, dmdge and slave now, than ever. Truly l lrlsy
tbinlt my OW! position sad enough-but what would i say it l were in poor
Mr. Dhnh‘s1 - . ' , . . . ' ‘
7 V l have been reading, also, --The Amber tvileh," s most benutirul German
etory,trsnslsled into allmirsble English by Ladynlloaordull. ' ' ‘
we are in the region now or dying-ilsh and dolphins-not Arlen‘: dolphins,
the British navy cttils dolphins. sometiltles, also, we puss through wlloio
ltntiilas or -- roriugneoe men-of-ivlr," as lttte llavot branch or tile Unllod
servlee ealls those besutitnl little lionting lllolluslis that cruise in these parts
under their opsline rails or purple and rosercolored membrane. And again we
are onen surrounded by the cult-weed, whieh diunilea ttaelr hereaboute, alter
its long lnvlgtttloli trum the cnltor Mexico-it suthhe really its history, which
I doubt. . , , V - - ‘
Net. a large ship It>dny. we pissed it a distance of two rniies : the shows
yrencb eolunrs, and is supposed to be a west-tndleman, honleward bound-
sud tbr France! in aiew days the vineyards on Gnronlia-hunk, urtbe gnnye
I1l'Nlnl:I 0! Hair: will welcome hr! unowy sails-Oh! hltl I lha Wing! ol‘ I
lub.-ctlli‘-weed, Purtiiguose mrllecfvwlr, liyingvnsh.’
lsti.-riying-bell, Ponuguzbe men-of-WHY, cult-weed.
ltith.-onlreweed. liylng-tisb, rurlugueso men-or-war.
mil.-llealling, for want or something better, lilsrattlti s 3 He bl
born rzdinbnrgb-reviewer, this Miwnlllby, nlld indeed a type-reviewer.nn sn-
thehlic specimen page M‘ lilntlecnlh century "iill:rature."‘ no has the right
unlniselent tune, hntl sir, ltnd the true itnarit or adldlnbnerlng reverential
gallery to lirilish elvllitslion, Bnlleh prowess, honor, enlightenment, and all
g,,l.espeeially‘ to the great nilleleenlb tentnry and its astounding eli-iiitnllbu
' -that ls, lo bis renders. it is allogethr a new thing lnxhe llislory orninnltlnd,
' Icurrelt , it ire-
no lbrnier age, bernre t:brist or nller, ever loeil toy pride in ilselr and oneered
not higher wisdom, hut deeperotupidli
not gone l-snd what, now, if it should be, herenner, lrinlnurable snlorlg oeu-
tnries tor something qulle other man its wondrous enlightenment! iilr.
ivtseaullly, however, ls well Iali.-tiled with ll ror his part, and in hil essay on
lilillon ponny-Mined thus v girl who hats read MEL liial-eeva lillle
dialogues on political economy, could teach Montague or Walpole many let.
one on nnollea. Any intelligent man may now, by resolutely applying him-
simtr a raw yen: to rnuthletwstios, more thou the great Newton knew
ler halt-s-century or iuudy and meditation menu so on. If rytbagoras,
aw, could only hum been Introduced to Mrs. Mnrcelv-or even to one or her
reniiurli girls-how humbly would he have est at Iier list I Could Aristotle
ur Ilipplrchul bill ha" been Mr. Finnock llcfurc they dicd. how would they
have sung mule drrniuu! This htlteteeutti-century Inllll, hnd indeed the
er.-uiury generlllly, enn see no dllrerenoe between being tnlds rhillg-conllinglt
in s ealeehietll, or “little dlzlogrlu "-and iinou ing ll : between getting by
heart s List ofreoulls, who: you call fucts. Ind mastering aciencl. v
.5ii.l.l more edirying. even than Edinburgh wisdom. is the rurrent tzdlnbnrgh
eiblea. Herein, title, the world has s new development, and as t up now
about to retire a little while rrom the great business or this nllrring age, tohide
lleluneenginen,prlnliitg-ibreiiram and onlnlsclonl popllllr literature, lime and
sentences, as a ltind or land-rliarhs, inst in !zl!If'nIb?I‘ me where the
gnleed sputesmsn or llle nge ; and by the same loiten he is now, by vlriu!
ofhis very reviewing too, a Clibiviet-tnlrllster. ‘ V '
to his essay on Lord ianeon ile rreely bdmile the trieachtrons, thorongldy
raise and ultprincipied charscter or lltesrneu orihnt nge : thiui:s,hott-ever,
we must not be too hard on them I says, “it is impossible In deny the. lllry elim-
mitted muny sets, which would just! y bring down, on s statesmen ofonr time,
eensures or the most serious kind " lbs lllnt a man is a linr, tn erlortluner, a
hypocrite, ll subornzn--but “‘II2II we eolieider the mile of moralilyivt their
age, and the nnsmlpuloue character or the adversaries against whom they
And the stole or lrlornliiy, it semis, varies not with the ago only, but
with the eiiimie also, in lswondt-rfui manner. for the Essnyist, writing
of 1-Md Cllve Ind hll Villlxnies in Inllill, plcldl Ill bvllnlf nI' Cllva lllnl.
“hlknuv ht had In dexlwlth men destitute 0! twin! in Europe 1': called
poring; with men who would give uny promise. without hesitation, and
employ corruption, ynjury, lbrgery, ll> eonlpa-e their ends." And they line"
that they llsd lo dent with nlen destitute or what in Asia is called Itullrszy, nlen
who would unserupulously employ corrnyllonr l>i7XJ'IlfYt lottery. kc-W. WW
were the poor men to do, on either side l-the stile or olornuty was so low!
when one is tempted to eominit my wirk tress he ought apparently to ascer-
iiyi new range the iiuolntious ‘
ll (hi In 1;: (or I tlimnle) ildlyled for open rulzbrryl Dr docs the lir agree
better vrilh swilidiihg snd cheating! or plus: one can! uhtl pray, and pretend
satiety to convert the ht.-stitch, to compose one‘: ends! But to come bark to
Lord CIlvs,lhe grill founder of Brllibn powitr In India: Wllcn Ilia Eslbbylsl
comes to that point at which he cannot get over rslriy teuing us how cilve
awilldled omlebnnd by s rorged paper. be allye 1 -- Bill ciive was not a mnu to
do srlythirlg by hslres (too rllueh Brlllsh energy tor ulsli. we almost blulib to
with lt. Ila forged Admlml ‘Vll90lI‘l NINE." . Almnn blush, bill. Ital jllsl
unite. obi iiebingrrln stsenulny. This approximation to blushing an the port
otiba hlnennd.yellsw tterieu-er is a p'II.'efu.l,h1ltt-mgig .,ip...e lo meitllly
rd News vim! nnzu my hush-allli itellgirln. also:
through an our 1 lneleelllhocentury arliishlitutalure I I re runs a lone ofpoiiie
b:al..e.i,sero.ding in Arts! ct-llgrsqirl lba yesr test, by
though distant reuogtiition al‘Alnilghly God, as one or the Gun Powers: and
though no resident is aetuslly niaintained at his court, yet nritlsb civilltsllon
gives Elm assurances ut ti-iendly relations : and “ our venerable church,” and
-4 our beaulilnl liturgy" are relied upon as a sort or dlplunlaiie cnncerdst,
or Pragmetie sanction, whereby we, occupied ss we no in grave commercial
and politieel pursuits, carrying on our bullineaa, selling our eutlnlt dud elli-
llzing our heathen-hind ourselves, to Ir! Him alone 1fHr 12!: Its Alon:-if ha
will beep looking apnrt, contemplating the illustrious ilnre-rllilters, end blame.
lets Ethiopians, and never-minding us, we will keep up s most respeelable
church rur mm, and mute our lower orders venelale ll, end pay tor it lllml-
ooniely, and we will autrer no nstionsl inodrlity, Likt tile borrid I-‘renrll
For the venerable rhurch of England, and for our heoulirul liturgy
use is! hnss becoming respect ; and in his eessy on UlLlnm'l conslitul nnl
History, l and a sentence or two on this point worth transcribing. e is
writing about the i-tuaina who rerdrllled iteligiun in nnglutid, nlld lbe other
miscreants who accomplished the Glorious Eel‘0lLlllan, and be its s-“ it wlls
in one Muse rortunate, as we have alreudy sold, tor the church or Engllntl,
tiiut the Refurniitlion in this country was eilecled by men who cared little
about religion. And In llle same manner it WI! fortunate fill our civil gm'el'll-
ment that the Revolution was effected by men who cared little lholll their
politiesl principles. At i-ueh G crisis, splendid talents and strong passions my
strong passions he means ilny unit or belie: or pt-inelptei might bnvo done
mun harm thnu good." But then ho immediately sdda-rur we must keep up
In elevated lone oi‘ ntorallly now--‘‘ But liltrmwness tli'intellec!,ltld flexlhlllly
ul'pl'lnclple,lhauglI they may be set-llteeobze, can never be re:pecl:hle."-Why
M” 1, his .r ,,.t ,.,., ,,y t 5. ..
rorlbe saving oi‘ men, and glorious constitutions tor the governing or men,
vlllbt binders tbern rrom being respeelnblei what else is respectable’! or
indeed, what in the use or the splendid tslenls end the strong passions on
i am wasting my time, and eltnsperuiing the nalurnt beuignity or my lelilv
per with this ooeonic review or the Edinburgh Reviewer. But my time nt
leiul. is not precious just how, and I will plunge into the man's only on Lard
laptop, which eslinut rail to he Iiu must charaeterietiu piece or liritlsh Liters-
turn in tho volumes.‘ g l, v ' - I g
' This must he done tomorrow’; for there ltro two sails reported ill sight on
thevt-eathel-holv, which is an event or high interest st sen: besldes, the sun
is drnwtng near his evening bbthq grand imperial ceremony at which i
always assist. ‘i - - t ‘ 4 v i -
The ships in sight are, one American and one Cnrlhuginiaru . .
ISM.-Lab! rlight,aiier two hells (one ifclock), i won ownited by sgreut
trampling, pushing, hauling, and thumping on deeh. something unusual was
certainly going rorward. u , went through the cabin, and to the root or
the eompsnion ladder ; found the shy-lights ot the cabin rerlluved, nlld smooth
declt laid in their pinekthe miplain out on deoi:-the companion indder binott-d
up at the top. The deck was termed for deliorl. i heard loud words or com-
nlund. splriturlile constitution! hue war been declared since we came to
seal is Bbtidili,ls Trehouart upon us i-may the Powers grnnl its oil
Trehouart,Amlrul of Ilcuvtilt! lay yoursur alongside hEYe‘)'oll can easily
ships, to dersnga the economy or our engine-room. i ran through the Iieutl-n-
ant’: roorn, telling s boy who was there to run bclbre me and report me to my
sel'gehnI.' Al the root or one or the tunnels 1 round a lnduerinat brought me
on deck. All! there was no enemy (ho triundi in sight : it who only British
dl-elpiine that had sinned Brilish prowess hunt hll:leep,Ia prartise lnlllr
and wealth, snd huuibrt cammoda at til ; but they thought the taalt or smud-
son slid pl-nisewortby nleebsllio-all he deserved; but may never would huts
tbeugbt ureatling binl pbitnsopber tor mt. They did bcluhlly lnlaglne-lbose
slltient wise lnen-tbnt II is not wisdom to rslse our tbuug.... tnd aspil-nlions
Ibove what the mass ornianiinli enllu guodv-lortgrlnl truth, iortilnde, bonesly,
piirlly, as lhe greet Dbyecls or human ebnrt, and not the supply or vulgnr
what a very poor rolllleeus chrillt would h.tl-e been judged by the “ new
yhllno‘opll)',” ror hlv aitll slid rltln-s were one. he dlndainedto be useful in the
lnstler or our little conil'tJrliI:-yea, indeed, “It: could not colldeseend to the
humble amce of mlninlzriltg ta mt! colnfan of human beingal” On the can
trsry. wlialsoel-er thing: its pure, wbnlsoever things bre holy, it there be any
why, ood iiiessirb 2 this in the mere Achdemy over ughln. Here you enn-
nidored lilul ttlelte BYE nnnttalneble ironies ornlltld! You otrer ns living bread,
and winter whieh be that drinlleib ebau nut tbirot again ;-tery benutirul, but
rnitnltil taste and Iollvewhnl too yuradisinn Weakness of this water! These
are our i-ulgor wn site what the moss oruraniind agrees to end good.
wllntsoeverlhlllge are unug, whatsoever things are induentinl-ii‘ there be
lllly eornrort, inbere be any money, lhlnk on those things. nonoernrth we so-
itnoirledge no light orille world llbicb doell not light ullr way to good things
lilmoet llli! rounds profltnely; but the prornnity belongs to the essayist.
nis eomparlsun or Plain’! philosophy with modern inventive genius to exactly
srehsonbhlu as I!‘ lie hnd compared [ha Christian religion with the name.
Ancient phiioxopliy was indeed natural religion-was bn ebmetrt striving after
spiriluul tnilh tlntl good; it dealt with the superserlsuuus and nnbler part or
In; and its H him" was to pnrily his nnzure. snd give him hope or In llnrnor-
tnl destiny amongst the anlhruned gods on sniuted be
Just so, s:lys llle essayist; llint was what they called wisdom-this is what
1. Lori! Ittlcon Ind 1, call wisdom "The end which the grout Lord Bacon
proposed to hinlsrltuue [he in ‘p ,‘ 5 ma?! evl;'oym:nt:u1i.dlIluItt'ligat-
lug afhuman slijerirlgs." An)1h‘ g beyond this we eirnplylgnore p-let all
the lnqulrings, till the asplrings ot mankind stop here. Leave olr droallling of
‘our Iinitliaintillle frames of mind, and be commit with the [mill an ll in lid
> i enrl imngine lln enlightened indilulive Baconlnn etnnding by with seornrnl
considerable iuletlls, friend, to something useful, something within reach!
on you make litiyl.lIllIg?wIllIpl'oVe bny1l.llll'ig? '
orhing somewhere in Galilee; now have
porreel llinebille, or nislle s better iob or the polIet’s wheel? Hove you in any
shape timllmnlwd Imtlerluls, eeonolnieed bnlrlan lahtvr, added to human enjoy-
rnrnti llllve you done, or can you show the wsy to do, any or an these lhingal
xi: Thrn nwny with him 1 cruelty him 1" ,
Ah! blll Briton would soy, now you lbllt of religion : Ihal
dead orrligiil : we were alone on
the Moon. I-‘mu times we shelled her with our huge mnHnr,HIM, irtrlltll
nlnsl be told, with actual bumbsllells but with qllirtrr-ebarges or powdrr:
rourtinles we thundered at her with our longrgllll, ruur times with nor elm.
nudes; and then, nritisb energy, having blotted lbe while moonshine nubile
nlbied inln his brlmlnueit again. No living soul,
but those on board, bond that runnonado-for tithes ere notallaullly tlectl‘. on
the convex orlbe grent globe we are eu alone here: hnd even here amongst lbe
gnns lbe whole eiteet is mean, ror there it no eello, nlld each report is o more
b:Ich,l1lr indeed rrom lbe reverberntlng thunderous roll or heavy gunb]xlang-
shared it is s pilirld p)’l’0Iechnl'; and the hlnck thunder-bearing -A scour
harmed npparentlyi looks down IN mildly nn limp and ooean ll beroro the
battery we opened upon her. Forgive lhe ilrlptldelit llpittile, oh salt liiuon:
sinr her not tollle depths wllb a discharge oi’ thy terrible aerllllle grape,-lo,
then too, is i do remember, art potent in srtittery. H “but is to become or no
mortals" saith Jean Paul, -- dwelling on this bare convexity, end the liloon going
round, bombarding ull wi stories, like : Turk 1", Let there be peace betwi-,i-ll
u, mg ([193 an Tugeodpul uh tnirest hnnlreee luxialeul cnlltn nlind llbtha
nights on Lstlnoa, slid be grueions to lllnrttl man. we have wnrengilles
enough, argument enough, antldlabolie rnge ennngh,to tear, blow up, ertleh, n ll
bltlln ulla liiolhet,-lty enough In glut thee ill thy eilsrselororiteeste, wllbnllt
thy ordltltnce or meteor stones. ‘Seed: not thlil thou exec: human ucritlresr
beautirlll liendisi Gentle Aetsrle, nneen or Iluvetl! Tbern be lll-Iuvllurml
dernnnn enough unto whom we may lmrrlnlste our brothers,-illlmmon llllll
Mnloch, snd the truly enlightened god of eivilitnlinn, rlir-epoten lieilal. Do
thon,bh litoon: wheel thy bright orbit, weave thy nlystle nodr-v,tnd Illl lily
home in pence .
Fine rent in . ,
.tller hrnulifnat, when the sun burned loo iii-rt-ely on deell, Wen! lbeluw,
t or air cnnt slid vi-sielcont tor eoolnees, and began to rend lltoaullly on
Bacon-“ the greet English tucher," as the reviewer culls him. And to do
the reviewrrineiice, be nlidentlbtids laaeoll, linown what naoon did, and wllnt
he did Inn; and lherorore sels small store by that illustrious Chlnletb'tl new
,"I‘nelhod" orini-estlgntillg truth. rte is not ignln-ant; but knows that Lord
‘liar.-onls dlseovery ot the lnduelivs “ ntelhod," or xoelml orgnrlulll, ill the Xlmeil
genuine pieoe urrllsre's-lleellllg recorded in the hltslory orlrllers. And, lo do
litleunhiltlseirjuelice,lu. ‘ ' ‘ ' '
and the pretenlioltsness othls outrageous pbl-aseology, be hardly pretended in
be the original discoverer orwisdorll, to the extent that many Baconiuin,
letlrned stupid asses, have pretended tbr him. Apart trom the “inlinctii>n"
andthe “method,” and tile utterly illelleusnbie terminology irbv would even
than the coinage orleremy lientharni, Bacon‘: true distinction as a “philoso-
phcr” was Ml’:-I aeeept the rnslylslfd dclcripllcln-“ The philosophy whlrlh
some in which the nltur oimnni.-ind always have understood, slldei
understand, the word good. The aim or the Plbiollic philosopher woe to raise
na ror above volgsr wants; ibe slm ortlls liatolllan philosophy was losupply
our vulgar wants. The rbrrner aim wlls iiobln; n. .. lnllerwsaeltnlnab
what the mesa ufmnnliilid understand by the word good is, oreourse, pudd..lg
,,.a praise and prolll, colrlrorl, puwor, luxury, supply or vuigsr WAIIIAAQII, in
short, which liaeon included under the word eolumds; end to minister in
lllallitlnd ill these things ls, seeorliing to the great English l:nl:htr,th:higli':yI
aim-the only aim and end-orlrue philosophy or wisdom. oh, Pistol ilil,
k5nThe'rurmer aim was noble, but the lntlrr was blulnnble." on the e "1-
Is our strong point in this ndlrlirsble ego and country. in not there our vent-
rsble chllrell 1-our benuillul lilurgyl There is a department ror all that,
with tile nxcellbl-ll Ati:hl>ltsllup or canlerbury at the heed or it. irinrorlnallon
is wanted llbunl the other world, or sslvation, or anything in that line, you
elm apply at the head-olilre, or souls or the subordinate etettiunn.
True, there is a depsrllnent, and urrlues, end salaries, more than enough ;
yel lbs very root is, lilat lnodern lirillsii uivilltallon (which my be called the
child nflhiu gmnl. Brillllh teacher) is no! only not Chrislinnyhul is not aomitch
ll lake! not the bmullesl account of anything higheror gnnlct usnlt
esrlh besluwe. The hopeless cnnfilsiun urldees lbnt lnade ii-eon and linearl-
lny lnslilllle s eumpsrieon between aneient philosophy and nlodern ingenuity,
ls gruml ellnractenslie or the national mind and heart, and roresbadnn a
national dtnul. The mass or mankind agree to aim money, power, and pies-
re, good; and behold : the spirit or the. ,e has looked on it, and prononneed
it very good. highest yhilse or burrlan intellect and virtue is In be What
lb bslte spirit calls a ilhlllnthriipisl-<ilIal. la, one who, by new inventions and
culnfsirlnhlu uorllrll-rlneee, mitigates bunlin enlrering, heightens llumsll plen-
suro. The grrlrlde-it eirort or godiiiis gzniuu ie to augment human power-.
power over the elements, power over uncivilired rllen,-and sll to our own
eomrort. Nsy, by tremendous euginery or steam, and electricity, and gun.
pnlrill-r.by tepiisl and the H law or progress," and the enperbum
<2fl'n-ailerlillon ; elattrieity and eterlm, and the printiple oi‘ lbe sreb, were ill-
lerly hidden from them; civil engineering wall in its money ; how should
they not raiil .
The very enpitnl generated sud cireulated. and uiillnd on to grnnd a seats
by rivlllzcd men now-ll-days, seems to modern nritons a wer rnightyellougll
rltelr. The God or in
line he disturbs and qnnrrele with such s power as lhlu; for indeed it is i’ltiib-
(iilly believed in the city by the moneyed circles there that God the Father has
lnl)ll(')' invoercd ill the three-psrecents, which makes him csrerul not to disturb
the pesto oi‘ the world, or lluirer the blessed mltrch or “civilization” to i,.
liemblr then, lirst, tho: the peace ortiie world is ntaillls‘ned so long so it is
only the unnloneyed circles that are robbed, start-ed, Ind slain : And, second,
llial. llillhlllg ' ' ' gods or men like boldin slot:
but i em strong in the belief that the purtentous eonruelun both or language
end ltlnllgllt, which bns brought us to an this, suit vlbicb is no accidental mis-
undervlnlldlng, but a rrldielli conrnundlng oilbe English national lniellecl and
lllngusge, ll tlbrolllc sddlemellt or the general brain, getting steadily worse now
tor tun ilnlldred yeilrn, is lttdced inure alarming than the gibberillg or lisbrl,
unit is IV‘!li[lII)Innllc ul'll more disastrous ending. H y terrible signs and won-
ot-rer-ilnally, that no engineering, end or military, can raise man above the
eaveus or sllliile the throne orcod. ,
on [hill dey numb llntinlls lhlll do now’ bestride llle narruwwnrld, wil,
lelrn lee-oils or true philosi7pliy,bIIl. not new philosophy, in ucliclolh and
lnllll. And other ulllions, low enough in the duel now, tlll arise rrum their
nrltl-lolh and brgin s newnstiollei lire-lo repeat. it may be, the same crimes
and sllirer the same pellnilles. For the progress of the species lselreulllr; or
posubly in trorholdal curveu with some sort or cycloid tor dcrtrelti i or more
properly it osriliates, describing an on: or s ciruie, t-elldulurn wise: and even
lrsry, l alnrln that the rorrnrr ailrlwns bulb noble and. to rneny lllen, ellelu.
sbie; the latter not only ignobic, but toail men tlnilltainstlic, and to the liol-lui
men must. , V I '
The essnyisl uinites hlluselr very merry with the shsilrdltles of what they
called philosophy in times or ante-naconisn darkness. “ it disdnlned to he‘
iugful, and was content to he stsliomry . it dealt largely in theories orlllllrsl :‘
perfection, which were so sublime lhul lbry nevereouiii be more than tnsorl -s: ,‘
in attempts to solve insoluble enigmbs: ltl exhomtions to the litthibmrnl of,
orrllilld. it wnlil nuioandesccnd la the humble o((lce- up
ministering to the zvtmfarl orhumau beings.
.e-he! .li‘lo!'rsulih.nielria rilnrisa in iIDiIM<1o(Fsv lath.
Now tbelrutll is, i.hhl.Plbto slid Pyibtgoraa did not undemius ldm[uI’l; l
rncosurea time (by I-ousiiri that murlnrr: or lrt us say, in oils word, the
world we". - e . a - - - '
iirlalbur rrimsiln evening is upon us. Tbs toll in a conllagrzlinn or eioude,
tlamerl on the very rim or ocean. lle ion. the uuvtearied mm in ch:-in:
hid ewn snsdow round and round ms wol-ld.. “The W" '1" "W" "N "N
slln gtwlh down, and hastelh to his piure wheiltx ha urine. All lhe rlvera run
iniolhe sea, yet the are is not run twnnlo the P13” ‘Wm "“'“W"‘e Vi"?!
the hope ur iitnn. Thou prevailert ror over against him, and be pIIuIlh."
Good night 2 o