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' , Hlhw-Ono other nhurvltiun upon the “ glen! English teacher," and then I
l Nd him flsrewbll. '
srtytblug hituooli. He bed a etrrettering, iilte l.ortl uroughotn, or the reieuos
of hil up; of the one chlnceiinr it might be laid, I: it has been of ma oihzrr
-1 it he had itiiown r uttls lets he would than have known a little or evory.
thing." not 1 crave his lordship‘: portion-his, novvl reinetnber,wos s nohlcr
mission,-not to roll hirnodr amidst laboratory fumes, rorgco and ruriiooos,
out to direct others how to tail ; to survey and lay out great leading point at
investigation; to tolto a vast compre
and suottoeloooiero their troira. This man
“Philasophy.” l tt-ant the evidence: but there in none. rhoreroro i dog-
matically anirm thnt no chtrniot, no geologist, no unechuntst, physician, as-
tronooier, engineer, or other “philosopher,” ever, since Bacon's doy, '
invelrtigotion or series or eitperiuteiito, thought once or the iiularllidz, or ms
word science and the am, not one in tony ever read that i>aoi:,vIii:il or those
, who reed it not one in ibriy understood it,-iind that or those who understood
lt,uot one ot e.u inodo use or it. ' ' -
rloreupon the eosnyiat, you triay be sure, would ten the that although indeed
they-did not read, understood, or value the teachings or tbot book, or snow the
things treated or therein by lzocott-it naineo, yet they did pursue their iuquitieo,
and conduct their eitporiuiento with duo regard to the very inotontist or the
orgoriiun, oud gnther in their vintages by the very prcreos our great teacher
taught-yes, they did so, just as Tllhuielin snd Dedsius, Archimedes, Arie-
totlo, Columbus, ond Kepler did berore them, nnd not otherwise. ‘
r whst Lord llaton really did then, the whole result and llpshin or his lunch-
litg-tr anything at all-tvss thi -to c u
itutod lbr PIIi'1o.mphy and diguioed with tbot
venerable name. And the popular Eossy-lot, not being on iii-inrornied utoo,
nor behind, our horbre bit ago, ncltlluwledgcsrthul this is woot Brtllori dlti, and
pronounces that he did wen. '
nw l sui tired or ndsoouioy and his Essnyo, nnd see with surprise tboi l
hovetllled up some iourteen pages with it tirodo ugoinst him. He to, tailor an,
a very clever and doittorous Irliiicer in words; one or the doitoei or the nine-
teenth century. Illa Lay oi‘ Horutius, and his .hnulrd oi‘ Naseby might be
imposed at nrot upon anybody, ror poems, ror true song. i tnolt thorn ror such
rnyoelr not long ago; but the thing is irnposoibie. . '
' " And whovo iinposoiblo can’!
' And never, never, tomes to p K
r. has grown intolerobiy hot: and there is no esctpe: not a bresth or cool
sir can any longer be won, tor the eoltn is like death, and the sen, burnished or
a brusott irttrror, liq-,hes hsclt ilereeiy the gloro oitoo ardent sun, to ir we were
between two dery mmucu. -rho little pennon or slender roothero, sot up on
the ship’: quarter, though we are steaming eight hours an hour, hnngo straight
against its shun. Ths rzl sergeant wiped the sweat from his brow. The
water is hot in the tiiult-the wine hot in the bottles, and the res-water, with
leooh man to cool his Winv, without ice, uudorairople auul not suit on
the real; not a wing in the Iky; nor snything to indicate that this wondrous
ooosniit not shoreless. who irwo have missed Be tidal No matter; l
have no objection to clrcumnov-igote the globe. hut the sailing-rnaowr, ror his
part, seems pretty eonlidunt that to-tnorrntv, about mid-day, we shall make
the iolsnds. ‘
20th.-Eernllldn! About ten o'clock to-doy, alter the amber morning mist
had liniod ilselrrrtmttha us, the innit al the mist head sungout "Laud I" It was
sharply deiined ugoittot tho olty and quite neitr to us; for no point or Boruiudo
is more thou 180 feet high, Ind it cannot be seen uutu you are almost upon it.
nail an hour more and we loy-to ror s piiai: presently a host come oil‘: the
r bounds the srcoipelogo on the north; and then we coasted along two or the
' lorgerl lolouds ror about ten uilleo,ond nnd a near view or the loud, the
houses and the people, Alniost with glasses vve might ‘nus inspected the
domestic art-dltgernouia through their open doors. There is a thick population
' all along hero: their houses are unirortnly white, both wall: ‘Ind roor, but on-
‘ routlbrtsoie-looting tor the wont oi‘ chimneys; the cooking-houne being
' recs or an the islands is made up or hundreds ui’ low liilloclto, many or them
- eovared with a pitiful seraggy brush or cadilru; Ind cedors ore their only tree.
‘The iiuid not under wood, is or a brownish green color, and at‘ a moot united
-and snd, hungry and thirsty virogo. ' No wonder: ror not one single otroortt,
not and spring, rill, or rveil, gushes, tricltles, or bubbles in on the three hun-
‘ dred isles, with their three thousand hills. The hills are too low, and the land
too narrow, roll all the ruclr to a porous clilcsroouo coneretion, which drinks
up all the rain that rolls on it, and would drink ten times no much, and be
thirsty alterwsrdo. rieoyeno 5 what u burned and bluotod country.
I > where never rotmtoiu or liesh eurront iiowell
Ag its o esa rn ray, uslucent, pure,
A with touch ethcrosl or best-cu’: Earl rod ! I
V‘ The people, it seems, have to be osoiduous iu cotehing the rain; running in
epoitlo and Ihllitl ; and their stone is tit any rate good ror altering vtrotor when
they hitre it. I can on no eultintiolt or Any sort, except some gardens; and
, there is very little or the land cultivated ut all. on the whole, this plsoe bears
to my eyes, so uultlndiy and loreign uspect; and so we eoitoted along hero mile
son, I thought with klen duidcrium upou own green lianbs of streams.
lu that hour‘! smiling I Wuld not help eoutiliuaily murmur-ing to myself‘
1 -I .t pieitteuus place is lrv,-land lorhosplishle cheer,
- ' ullogonedltu, oh‘.
When the wholzoolrla ii-nit is hunting from the ,piiow hurley scar,
- uuagono ditu, oh!
There is hottoy to tho trees. where her tvtiety voles etpiiiid
And the forulrpllhl in sutnrrter are by tuning vvstoro ronne'd ‘
There is detv at high noontide there, and springs in the yeiltvt-‘tie-and,
. . On the our hills or holy lruiantl." ,
nut that all. three are (ortile and hits islands ; they bring rm-ty, my .,,,,,,,pp
gltintnre i" have a doclt-ytrdrlwo Mrmht “W "“"l'Ii1=I'!t -buointo -- orpono
or opinion" (Wilh editors, I Inlilmei lwmti -ltd other appurtenances) ; what is
better, hove abundance or rruit, velretubles. and dsh ; and ronu ooe lomtl sows,
ost norm oeergs lzerltcloy dorm; in ,.,.,r,.
llrh a tnisitionory college, with svletv to ronverl red Alllcrichlul to chin-tlonuy,
and gave up his nit dnnrly or Derry that he might lulta up nonto ht-re so Prin.
clpol orols college ul .l.‘lU47 stem. The English ntinioter tsirlttthert wolpolr
l thlnri promised a grant of 220,000 tor Inn! college; and on the strength or
lnndura the Vail: of him Ind his latching, even in nrniing-till his haul WII hourly broken, Ind than ha Cline home In Ireland,
umun corntbrt, power, Ind luxury, the great end or it all. First. almost in dospatr. Good rnuu ! he little knew what a plague ministers thought
. he never diooovered, or oven thoroughly learned, or, properly apenltlng. ltuew, him, with his uiiseionory colleges ; they had quite another plrn ror the eon-
r An. I [II t. .-
veroion ot the red plzopia-to convert them, uootely,-into red niuntu. not
they gave George s bitooprie st cioyne, and there he philosopoizod and hauled
his Ariel“ to (blah dew." Albeit, one might hordly ltnow theos lriiel tor the
quil to an intent on its utother-s bosom.
And woo it not here, too, thnt -A nlulllphysicli" wnuer, bsviitg Irunloporlcd
hitnteir hitherto uiiun the evil days, tire med his
lslinds 2" Am bits not liloore, also, tiring those eednrs l
rlillgn of lmc at the islands, 1 might bring null all my dock, Ind we could culli-
collage, wiih the MI in (mill, and a forest of end" behind. Thin might be;
possibly the -‘ inatntctiono," the sealed orders captain wiugrovo carries
out may admit or such an nrrongemeut. The olilnhta is said in he sornuwhut
unhealthy ; but my little ones wuu.id uurelygrow strong in the vilnl sunshine,
and no we might Ii) hernala Kmslilillte) here, nliiii either lhe term unsigned rise
by my ltldnnppera it post’, or sotne “ reason or suite" (lbr nritirh statesman-
ship in deep, deep). Ihuil come to set nto tree. . ‘
At lost we smved at the ulchomge in rront oi‘ the government island, where
the dock-yurd is established. This island in at thtl extreme north-wea til’ the
whale group, and its nllna is nothing less lhln Ireland. On one side ohm, at
we come to nnchor, lies the huge irons-Atisutio steoin-innit -- crett western ;"
on the other side we llnd ouhluivel under the guns of I IilVeEi] lino-of<bnllie
ship or aevuniy-four guns, with the oqultru red ling ut the mast-heud, denoting
(ital she carries un xdlnirai. A smlll government ltealnar is moving Ibnul in
the hay ; lhu dock, or camber, sheltered Dy its hreakwnltlr, has several shins
lying in it, sud scores or boots, or a peculiar and most grncerui rig, attt dying
in nu tliractiottir-oo tool the scene is a very lively one in those who have been
three melts in the wiillldcs or the ot-onus l l , ‘
Thin Admiral, Whose Bllliiln inciudelt the “'25! Indies and North America,
I lind In he no other Ihhn tin old Lord Cochrilna-or Lord Dlmdollttid, II they
call -lhs very mlri who cut out the Eoureruldn from the roads or
Cnlluo-the Chiiihn Idmirul nlldur 0‘iIigzin9s-the Grwak nilvlrch under Illa
ttliil-vexed nenrtootltst, ror they no sleeping an the glossy tea lo-dny, as iron. Tiler: is greot potter in it. it
row ttiitoterotroltes, the rittrrctera or the lothor. and the rotten drughtot, and
“DI'BIIi1I oriiio Slunmer Pstinlcnultyiu pretlucni, and the drotnetio ntotttnrnt periottod.
rmudu, theti,hos or “The Suicide" producer to indistinct ltiowl
ito oesoeiittionr; isevon eioosteoi; in root, is apparently a genuine irrgirienr Illoullheiocllity. it ioroiliiy brought to mind the lrtionled lit-use orllood
or the ilowery Earth, peering ooove too Atiunlie aood hero. Al rny rate, it to and some or too veroes adopted Ihellladvei to the pines, and ltept crooning
hsbitoole; sod truly, tr i am to be allowed sortie ntodertto liberty here, try the through our mind. we lenud- l
-r-Iv-M niodertt at-rnton school. They lsoir, however, the’ Wild, rnetaphyoirsl rtensy,
and too cloudy udMux'unukaMuedl’e booouse indistinct groupings-which
eitsrsctsrito erea the less rreasiod and bounding writers or the school.
carry one a dmllny originality. not book is not into say other book at reini-
nilcenca, save her
elisrorietioiic and itiioI)'nruiic. she enters into too lnillllmll detaiisoroooso-
till he died. It was to Bermuda, uloo, that Prodpero, no a oertaiu night, oetti hold country lifn, without iesseuiugtoa interest or the principal groups
own “iirll lcrics." not behutia and her fluiu Ire
in the present volume. “The Slliuidu,” lo our mind, is the iiaest oltetrb
is the most artistic, rise, (or by outlining. with a
swing the titling up ortlie trsgedy to the itnsgination or the reader. the higb- ‘
edge-o rorewarttlug ol the evil
<- A residence ror woman, child, and man
it dwelling-placeeond yet no u o
hottoo.h ruutier sotne prttdigiouvi or
. I .
(Var all there hum: a shadow and a rear,
v A senito or mystery the spirit dounted.
And said as plain as whisper in the tar,
, The place is oitunted 1"
The rhatocirro-the -- woman, rhild, rtni mun," loo, strangely tiiird up the
l:u'.m.-idenl picture. liroutid the banned pretintll or too dl-ury, wvet-ted
use, my onnrotitrtes lie seen the uncanuciolls septrstor or the rather end
dsughter-the innocent destroyer, tho helpieu cotton or ruin, desolstion, sud
siiiridr. note is the pimure :-
-‘ And yet the house is not without so lniioititont; sometimes Ihrtzuzh the
crorltod ueo you may see the sweet race or a htllo thud, loolting liite s iiovrer
v ror w
ep ochteltt, an the ntelonrltoiy eyro,
night, giving to the child's rate a rhonghtitil ntntunty or expression beyond her
co. Yauwollidfct‘l,llhinl.,IhxtIailIhge.’ not u h t ,w-ssin-
volt-oi in that little urn. - - - - o enrot,when tho lwiiteot tour,
in i-.' at window, tvotrhingtor the halo, so toeytnrn in y t
dim in the ilrnepetl eyes lul-nmg rrorrt the litlit vlliirh look tintrir upon ll."
congress or Epidnuruo-who hsr sworn more ooths or alleglnncb to revolu-
rionitry provisional governments than any living ntstn-who has been lighting
the aquatio hair or vvrtra or independence ou error the ieri-aqueous globe, from
his youlh tip, lhavo no doubt, however, that he regards lrioh ror tttioninis
as highly irnmorol cboroeiero. . -
been deliciour,ond lhoye iipcnl it, until sunset, chatting
on deeit with the oilicnrs, end surveying the islands around through a glue.
trelttnd island seems a strong iiirtruos. A handsome songs or buiidln s
crowns tho hul in the middle or the island; this is s hat-roolr, with government
otoreliouseo adjoining, all buying arched sud hornb-ptoor tooth. in rront or
this the hill is deeply soarped, down to the level or the docltyord; end in rere,
the slope to out into terrsc mounted with cannon. The barncit hill corutnu.
uieoteo, by s long, tiweeping line or thrttrleatlouit, with another hill on the
estrento north or the island, which is occupied with other govertilnent-builth
lugs, and surrounded by powerful batteries in the crzscent lorrrted by uii
these vvorlto, to the sasrwerd, is the navel docitysrd, with its stores, ollloes,
sud wet doelt. sumo or these ere vast and Intnpttionl buudingv.
where is no oueh naval uslnblishlnelil so this in lrelsud-l mean roiher irov
land. The corttotglniono hat-e olwayo tolen good care or tool.
inside the ooutber i see moored three great olurusey hulla, roorod over, and
peeplodby men in while linen blouses and straw hots,-and on the buck erovery
hutnlo blouse, certain eitoraeinrs and ligureo, end the Queen's hrood orrow.
They seem to be drilled and marched liite troops. Now sin I to be enlisted in
these ruentl squadrons, Ind morred ror the quests‘: own these ruurmen yeorvt to
come i-I llllill lIMt Ell! ifil be lo, bl ii 50.
The suit his gone down, “lihe ostlle target red," behind the cedars. The
oltluitrring herntudian hoottt, Vrilh theirhlaelt crews ottnuritotnten nnd washer-
women, hove vanished under the dusty shores. The dag-ship hrs tired ltnr
evening gun; and 1 onto rrlired, tor the last time, Io my eooiu on board the
H seourgo." no ciiptoin lino repurlrti himoelr end his errand lo the admirnl :
the adtuintl hos communicated with i. . :-Io-Inormw, i will ituotv
my sppniiited Ilmie. '
(ctmtililuii in the nut.)
our. ighbnrhood inure Well. uysttce
New York, i853. I
work: fmm my Wlndmnt liy
ctottosoor ; or, Recollection:
ctrrv. second series. lied oi
nous sooner sit or, no
ll. Mirror sreritoit retridgo at ca, last
runs to s nllrked lndieltiuohty bout the skrirhu composing ‘ clot eriioott a
ir, iutieed, woron close them under toot best, the trains or thought out reel-
ing into which the vrriler is quite rretpietttly lbd giving tlirnt rnuro or tlis eoooy
churlcicr. we do not object to this; rhieity, hecduse they give or an insight
into the nature or the writer, and or the one inspiration of which her lliuive
interest, if‘, indeed, oil posses or rural being no not ahjecliveiy poetic.
such botng the hilriblnen or nlioo Corey‘: mind, vto must not be unprepared
to hngor on tho tyay with her. , she does not role so through the glorious
vtutl buds and blossoms. we dreottt story the way, wlking or.-ooiotiolly to
hear our fnirguitie-our rural Egerin-instruct and interest us by the originality-
and beauty or her descriptions. ror she is to noon in lhnry so the scenes
srnnngot tthirn obo d her potter. ‘
it then, or times, while contentpinting the rstloue set-eeserirs tout &L't'I1ll‘tXl-
[die It) enrich the picture Hf (Dull!) iih, li.le purines-looking Ila“ II In! green
lone, where the hull‘-grasarnlvered rosd lo nreslted with lllzhl and shade, the ottn
lliding in the utter, nnd rrteilotring with a parting itiss the rrnntr to the root
or the poih, while the brunrhei or the trees ernbrone otcr-hem-I, lite lovers in
the twilight-or here, by aonteinnely tniu-taco. tunibiing along with its root-
tering egotiont, through grey stones and stutnpo or tttood.tho Iriiil itoelr being
julll t-lsiiilo. reminding us or ituyoilrsl erlbctr on an arnericsn itrsio.o
lilmllgh tlte owe-inspiring rnreota, where the thoughtrtil tnind reolo that these
tnigoty trees ehronirie H the graves or gone emizirasr" ” 1”" '‘‘'“‘'' ill-when
on the lonely grotoo or mun-or, Igaill, loosing out "ion the l I l-r-Irle.
when to the weartho cloutls lower trttin the harlztm. lilo rtiddy pyrsmido on
The story it told.
Another volume at‘ “ Sleluilts," rrorn the pen or s woman, and my good
and spirited [hey Ire. i‘tirs. 5ie,1iienn' it lloine scenes and Home sounds" dir-
rorrroin Alton careyla, in being purely or the graphic tale and aheteh ehsrre-
ter. she has not the uit-tophyrlrol tendrnries oi‘ the chronicles or the sorrou
of clot-ertiooit, nor is it necessary to t Woril or the order she presents as with.
lilorinn stepheno has much rigor or Ihnuglll, nnd s piessont, gossiping uran-
On: iliilrtiwists I femlle, Whu, no in lhn fomlel‘ illsinnce, loved (imply I'll
abourlonod, nnd ft.-ii by her own hond, Inn) it too never-ending Iloe-9." -rho
sro slits, vtito s tiilfcmnru or uoinro, and the means by vrhivh the same
end was Brought Iboul. islbel drollnlstii htlreelfrl-'rIlIrzl died from poilon
two suspect) in bed. ltvtouiti he riliicllimll to make o charge orplscurrisnt
on either lady, while tho -t crooner-s ’qIIesI" list or our Inrgu cilirl srrord so
many sintlinr thetttes every day. ilra. steplieuit does not loot out 04’ her
tt-intlow ror nothing, and we advise -nice young men" and “niett young
tt-omen" to inquire into her vtheresbouts, and, like Dick swivelier, mlzlitier
they owe something in shot dlrecliarl, ond tnito snoiher ottoet. she will
surely dhglurreotyptt, if Ii1l nlrhro I glimpse of lhcm. Na doubt ltrlny "ill
rntottoite their portrsttttln the present Wolullle. new to s tiiohiotiooio novel in
a nutshell. we reroittrnoitd it to c. r. R. lonieit. The author rpeslttt, in her
prefate, or pnoonttl enotnieo, who will store her boolt, end us do not wonder
Ii II, when she apniil “ lite profusion” by Ihnl ullling down three To-illmmtll
losetl into a psrogrspb.
-' The llirn younr vi-otriau noes lo herd a>lirrt'ethrr people ore getting up, down
o it Dan lnon, and mini. he in at bats Ivriilcll “'IlJter'I Dlfilohlfy; copies
Ill llln [null ad I v
ire”: ttweruiho kill Mil
hecuueetlieroio s man in ii ; prltieo horse-lr upon deiteols heuith. and al
gets up a nervous tit when there is a hrnrlttoma (hi or near who urlrlrro n
oer mite; ad res ltalion ntuttis, rind netot roultl litethruuglt an English opor
culls I tnma-gouroo. ,' tt rid rau-hont her dirtylittio hrttthrvs hrloittt
to ti o gets up a
‘ more by N sntlntny
eiopittg or both it to he
morning, by undiutt ooviteir at-netted, her or amp!‘ end a Iongmiitillrl
vteartoonie labor staring her in the lure! “‘ to shall say this is not the this or
ittsny e fuii-hlotllleti no-e young wanton 1" l ,
ritv New llrosorsrttto coott noon. lat-. R. 1'. waist, but. with
nniuerous liiualnslionso New rorit: Fowler and wells, rem. ,
craritsir this is too oooir or the eon.-ton, it we consitlrr tho vvintry, sold-
vrater notttro or its elertteitto. rtont tho frigidily or its principles. us should
not be at til nsxoulohcd ii the vi-hole edition Wu rrorrn up; and we vtotild not
particularly regret such a note hei’lll.llrig it. no eooineoo or the body oiibr
vi-orlt etlatttiaio the t-ary rovers, tvhirli, naturally enough, are blue. For au
nrsoonoble ltileben purposes, it it lluriliml
its presence in the hitrheit vroultl tronsrot-in to
there or domestic utility into an icooonso, and rreete the cook, until. lilto
Slinkullerfn tnoid lititrlttn, her nose vrss -- red and raw."
The author or this hoolr is s toltl-wuter and temtsnle many -ndolhml Illa
opporrut other in the some, and the perlinorlty with vt hich he sets his oontle
tiontt rorth, we rt-el we would he eaml7“fl“"'-’T.‘‘i "'6 "W" ' 1”‘ "'I"“"”""
one orthooo hnlllunilici vl-born cor-
]! I11 hiiln
lvie rails -- invited radirhes with curved r do - r I -
Tole hrrbrrrolto phllooephlv which l'0"'59’'- "1 '3" ‘:9’ "' ““"‘"v "‘=' We
ital anti ntelnpht-olrnl anstltols or Swedish turnips snd uuilliowerl, is, to
‘ erttt. s very It omoll potuo"
hm’: high eortttrtercial oaluation,
alrolr. i Even, taking the world in r. . u
we are rather humbled to beiiet-e lost it is only I ‘V! If-‘Ii-ecl-unis establish-
ml,“ llott, then, no we and words to sunny Mir dwimat at tho idea or
his of I grwlI'K""""!' llulliluia. Just imagine the world
Ionwring il [(1 Iii! fill
a rttnlited turnip, ir, it your brsin, ml‘ allrh NWI1! fanry can lslte
alllrnuw the rotor orlhs olil loll!‘ "" “"1”!!! Mood from u turnip
,,,,,,,,t.,.,t of[lI'I)Il’I'liI1iIi[ily,li1Q‘n,iIlhI!" impt‘lDIihiiiI)” Ilretrhtd,l'hen tho
bloodless turnip is deluged with water: we cannot bnlete, and out not olrlvo
the bore, wide space, its in a Innliy dcrcrt. if, In her lilntlllhy with nature.
she pauses licre, Ind taltittg us rortlilliy by the hand. Ilwlks In In -I n-lure
opealis to her. lrnnnlllu to tie, in her own literal or 1-I-em! mam-err W6 M-
guone ortho streams, the arrests, the wiltl-rloteeroi ID’ “"1-. the rules. mg mun
iislcn, ror she is, as row ibinalo writers are, in earnest.
Aller wandering through the nelgiihoritootl or Ci0iC"N‘aLI M rvme [WM
with a heavy heart.’ it is o boeuiintl, but s rltn-ilhchoiy spot. illior corny
being or . comcmpillive and atolannoniy nittuto, viotto sitrh people lllbl plates
t re qttshtletl to strut the pe osrilou or her rltitid. There is a great lbs-
,i.,..,,,., tr. ,,,,.t,,,..-r..,ty. lzoitr “lniinve says, the -- sini slnne are viise ;" and it
too lutlgu rrorn the rrroct hrnilttreii on ml by the -- clovevntroh-v otporirnren. xv-
sltould not tonlr llrl hl ‘
vtsy tnarrtsgo hettieru the llillr.‘
mind tho work: or etmlojor the
The "11 on t , ltetitlll W“ "‘.""'
masculine Esny, and tho tentier -role, oriog to
prattrnersl 503- In "‘"!"""" i"'1""P“"t at tho iiluorunt; out it is nothing
nltwo. These eimsnles N tery nod with eninething else besides cold
water; out It not our illtiiviiillui would u put up" or o -- vegetsrisn hotel‘ sner
ltrnkltlg llI‘l‘Y o bill or litre so rollott. ;.
iKl1.VDA'v“H[;9‘:g','f“4;rI;.:“:'illaK‘Ilni ‘illiiltin griddle cotter, the ‘Hid; bated
.,.'.:e.::r.".“:,.:iii:::,r":i'.i:‘;'l “i".'.‘““’"' -ll“-"i M -W W'-
iwy-nev.-tbl'iilt luau. L-raclteil-wheat titllrtli, potatoes, halloti apples, stewed ii A.
The route roilott-o (wry dsy, stinking iiliotvanre or the seasons and iii titiitv.
ttndtlio supper ehttttging platen wuh the hrealtrast.or both ioinmp to ntsiio
l.ilnIIl‘l', the limb‘: dinttrr bring tlivitlsrl to occupy the position rattled by the
this promise Berkeley ltit Derry, want to New Ellglnnd, where he sisy-ed s