account ofhirnuif in not uliufutitoryi ha was bound, or fill nhlldren wen
brssd and boot i dsooniioe him Is . nrninor
no olhcr mm is born urudrlci Johnnne. Morhl: . ,
’“ Sll: in is with grain rsluenanco nbon l si;.iu trouble yon, bun circum-
IMIIIOGH under it unavoidable. us IWIR, Sir, lhnl (or an lllenld 1101:-
nion or the piailge all iinnarconiss wu dropped with ms by the public. Whe
l peroeived ii, immediana stops wars nslneu by nns no diutrove the shnrges
Ipplieil no nos Anti-Convtn-.1 Assocns.
inoo umoinsnnots nousnd rur nits privilege or boring ony cue inquired inio,
nod irtonnd lsnooeon, to be nurtured no public ravor. nu, my .ppnic.tiou,
as basin snnirsly disrsgnrdsd ; and I hnd nhnn I can no longer endltru rho pun
K. ofpnlilic conlempl, while! I sincerely regret any proceeding ofmina which
nuty hltve been tonairnud into In :2! of diilrelpecl for the opinion oflha pulr
lis ; sod being desirous or grsnning in my innusnss sod supp in no nos Anni.
coni-isn assosinnion, in order to aid the pulp]: in soconnpnialningtnls grnnd
sbynet. 1 big no request tbsn the A. c. Alnsoclntlion or c peowni, s the
poison oranl nbs other Ahnociaiimts,wlJl chnilelho nn-oesssry inquiries no be
r ‘ road. into my cssn, rod to use lusnice dons to uns or ins nros members.
; -A IL 1. lilohxn."
' ‘Vith this lctttlr nine 3 cenliicate, signed by Illa dalinquznlh father, sol.
snnnly dscloring zbsn ilnn '- sheep wan mld‘'ultdIr . rnishnlte.-its
ins moi. no in. local ossoclsiion
Sea how ‘A public contempt" brings this nblloyr no its kneel! ii. is rendy
no link into nos sinrth on tho imputation or so nnnmsrnl a crime, no. crime on
being loysl no Downing trim: and I-rhitor no nbo Capo. '
Ila public opinion Vilh it high hind rules the Cope. HOW, ill the smatt-
ninns, tbs governor nod commodore gsnnlnelr ttumiliu l innow not, but so in
nbey out and live. And is forthcconviciu, i wish tins nntonvlclod irinit round
lnoep hair so good a tvnblr. '
(To 5! comings.)
Ancuc EXPEDITIONB. I
h g rinnell Expedlunn lo anorcb of sir .lolnn Franklin. A Pernnlthl
Narrative. By ELISIIA KEIT KAKE, liI.D., U.S. New York : Hut?“
6: Bldoruzlts. 1354. V
The plunge to Indin by the Pour Sea in a lnbject which, I! In early period
in who hislory of navigdlion, unlisted attention. 50 ehri llii) time of
Henry lhn Eighth, I Mr. Robert Thoma maniurihlised thal Monarch Ind olllzr
nuuhla per.1an:'on the nubjccl of discovery, and mad: the schema afrenciung
lllditl by nor l=olnr Possigs alwnys his iiisn ennsiduravioo. certainly sn than
period tbs suggestions or Mr. Thorns oniglii puss rsr nha drrnnns of a resnloss
wanderer, and ws do nnl marvel lhltt. they was not acted upon. It was the
‘ pursuit of Ilia fishery trade Ihul.‘ ill‘ England iulo Ina Gleeltlnnd Sea. In
1603, alderman sir Francis Cherie, or London, mild oon rho aodtnpund, under
the couiiinsod or snephen ltsuuei, n'ppnrantly with nbs vague ideh ursinploring
the Arctic snnorss, snd naoernsining mail tniircgn or ooiinmcrciil -vsnilnb. l
Pmrioltu no nlnns, expeditions in neuron of ti nornnn-sssn pnsnagc nod or dis-
, Hitler)’ in tho Nornhern sons bud been untiznhken in 1553, by sir Hugh wil-
‘ lonr,-hbynnd mobard clinincelor. in n snorin,
Alter walling ror navm dsya in
n sail, .nd In nbo words or bi.
i-uruhilile, -A soued so rsr, than its roots at is... to the pines whore he nbnod no
night in .ll, bus s cant-inultl light and brightlnu or the son, sbnntng snsnrly
upon the great and mlzhly an." no rsscnod the “rhino sea, then unnnoonu
Ia tvssnsrn Europe, snd ovcrultihg . litlln nshlng-boat, nno Ihiluru on-wliiso,
rnevan borors seeing . ship or inch capacity, fell prosnrnns sud begged ror
nnsrcy. cbnncslcr o.lng nbsm lnlodly, and anndrriop nnsin no dspsri, they
upreltll nbe rspnrn or the intro: -1 or . snroogs iisniou, or singular gemlguggg
and which w.s nindor nba nbsnluns rule or . sovereign‘, n......i 1....
vs.-nnovlnso." its vlsinod nlnnn prince, ivss rsconvod wlnh annrnnton, Ind rs.
nuruod. besriog . lstner iroin tbs cior, desiring an ionsroourss with England,
and odurnrig tho lIlGl‘ChInlK or nlia luuzr hia oniilrii protsaiiun.‘ Thug. w
lion or one halrnhs advennums on nha one hood, and the aputinl arson.
march with Rnsall by the survivors, on the alhrr. ‘
snnphan lznrrrongins, in April, 1556,-Anltnr yen nod chnrte. Jsaxrnio, in
June, n5ao.wllnlam hsrsnns. in June, ms lo bunch ripsdinion)-again in
June, ms, sud nngstn in liloy, lsoti, io ooinlunrtion with John Corneli: hyp-
rolloivad in line stuns held or nrcnia discovery; nod. in 1608, the London
merchants soul out asury lludsou, already disnioguisnned by but yo,-.3. .0
sptniltsrnrsn. The rollowinnr year he unlod rrom the ‘fuel, ondsr no. nos-
pil::I of iris nonch Ens: in-li. counpiiny. From midsuols oorrntirs in is in.
remd ninsn his mind was more boon an north-ttotttern nlnon uornbossnoru
dinnooory; and in is believed nbsn he coonenned oinuselr winli making . show
or prncpedlng nnsnwsrds !1I1l'lilIll,ililIg bonurd no sin appoaroncoo, he could
ptsnslbly ms tbs other Etzuru. to 1676, captain John woodpiorosdeni
north-east, but his mom hul nha eirect D(Ihl’lVWilIgi complete gloom no
htirenlllnl in this region.‘ '
To ronurn no the cbsrla sxpodninon, oodornbo command or Helmet, in I601
no nntrtted to not Thlmes by tho 15th ctonobcr, having rasrhed Den: island,
-which hs nltmel cbsrie islnnud, uniwornn orins previous discovery by hereon.
Bntnzl rnsde heverhl Voyngu iii the soon. rrgnoins, aiilsnly with tbs visw oi
cspnurnng nos morss, in which he vvi nntceuuflti Jaltu Poole, “'lIlihm
iinhlu, .ind ltoberi ronbsrby, are rsunonn in no. history or polar sdvninnore
nnd discovery. And no the during mid rndorsnss or toes. esriy nsi-ignnor.
it-s ccmld non record not grunt . grnnitod .
A. win thnnnl do more than nuuds no inns ondehvtrrs or nhs Portuguese Ind
Mon.ik,ths Dane, nod others, wa irnnisn eanaiia oorair to the staterniennn.ihti
the anxiety to lawyer a noflhrwell passing. coiiiplutoiy trvdrshndowed
Islam enterprise in the Arcnic regions and than it avennulilly inspiisd in.
hohlzst attampns,- rid crutlvll I nlii-iihiiz interest. among tho rivillgsd y...
mlnwsa iii the beginning or nha presciit century than Arcnio ciinevpviaa ra-
‘eonn-enlins great impetus. During the period or ceorgs Ill. and l
- For an ‘ N“;
retell tlimte H on.
H mm“ .. dreinriiro to me Po .1: nd it ,
‘With liIhl)IKr'nIli0ll; or their clnmouggoinr . I.n;l.lIEI-IvI1‘I't7!;"N'5I'”':i'Ti'“g‘z
Edniibnii-gin cabin-it lam
CITIZEN;"SATURDAY, APRIL 8,1854
tchlcvsd hsr gnnnatin triuouiha on nho sane, and in tbs niinah nr her Intbiiion,
is is not strange n.han. nha oonhsro regions, which had scsmdy seduced a
oran towards than for many iliny ysars, should once mm inspira her with
mil: upirltlolil and schemes for the i‘urn.har development or her navy.
in 1500, Mr. Standby inada nha osomin approach no this Polo than had at
yenbeso effzcted. Ha was vninhini boo ioiiesod nhs Pols, ion. sltau. used
croio childhood, being tho son or s whols-iisher, no niavigana nha noun st-aa,
and bringing much ardor, lnldllgoncu sod upedzhu no the unit, hisexern loos
tended greatly no pmmaia the desire for diacovrry. in aahseqitunn vuysgas no
that at 1306, he approached the Grunlttiid shore, and in 18-22, nrtced tirsity
400 miles oriia coast. '
lo ibis, (April 19th,) Tbs Iiiipli lsabsua onnl Aiexunder,Ilndet' the command
oi‘ capnniu Ron, sat out to diutwer ths north-vresn. phnltge, sod on the sums
any cnpnaio Ellchnl with tho Dorothy and Trent, nailed tor the North Pole.
Run ruachsds pornim oi nha coat: on Bailio's say never bdrore vlsined. and
discovered a tribe oi E.quimontx,liviiig in this most sombn lanellnnl. on tho
lbnh August, ha insda sinlnh's sound on nhs oinnrsrba north ol the hay. Bailin
spots ornhis uprising as the largest on the entire donut. lzoas baliatviog than
in was znwrnplsud by land. lrovo his ohurvalions ghneen lraguwdisionrs
pninsed on. us also nhougbn ha ssw . rings or high mountains crossing nha
opening blown as Jones‘. sound. on tho 2l.>th Au(ltst,lh: roo,anor adayor
1572 hours. or two month‘. and-a-halt‘, set, and the nights boosina gloom)‘. He
now nppronched tho chiorupeoing, Lancuner Sound, and penenruad mm in ion-
thirty miles, when on the word of lilr. Bevaly, Asaiataon surgeon, hs con-
cluded it also no he only an inlet, though in w.a fonyeiive miles in width. The
return or miss rotliinsd much discussion. -‘ I: was urged," suys svrrltor on
nha tiobicrn, " by thoiio experienced in nu“! perspective, thon sir John lions
had non suhindaolly gunrded sgainan in roixintnon opnicsl illusion, and that ho
had non peoenraned tioep unungh in tha sound no road any slccursnriudgnienn
in ma urged, thnn . snrsin swim or considerable breadth,
widened or vniried by Capra, alvvtys presconsnu the spsctnnor nha pnsclse ap-
ca or so enclosed bay." nfnxiphlell apps nd uniting onhsra “own
in; an nmlgonisl opinion, was Liaunensnin Parry, second in comrosndio Ross.
and (or whom a new expodliioown. tinned oitl. n
Altar many and trying vleissitudca train the ice and wind, captain Bun-han
ninnurned home by this hard oetober. l.-lis vessala won bnrsly able no rncli
Fair unveil to pit: Iheln in tposliioh to reach England.
on tho llth lilsy, ism, Parry as: soil. Tin ships Wemlhe Iloulaaiidariper,
and he won accompanied by col. sshine, Slr 1'. W. liocchy. and sir hnlel
been dlsnioguisliod sinus in Areziu sod scie '
w out of Rosa's tinrvlennesu, sad the on-
pedition was no main. a nhomogh ennolinatioin or the “ Sounds," which nha
ltiniar hnd eoimllidcti to he “inIel.l," on tho aonh Joly, ha reached lite on-
lrlnce o(Losinsier Sound, and early in the following month ha penetrated in,
and round his lbndean auniulpnttaiis realised. with s nvurshls wind ha wsa
carried no nhs want. and iii nha iirsn day lznl August.) he hrough this
sound and iono a channel which ha named Enrmw’l snrsina, run 150 unit
without any appearance or land to the inst and its width being over forty
inilcs. The ice preventing himrolluwiog this course he entered an openirngnu
the South naa leagues in width into which hs osilsd (or 120 milu. and gave in
nha nanvns o(Prinu Regent‘: lialct. llere ausio nha icevna abtrrier. Return-
ing no Burrow’: strains on nha win and nha ice clearing by the 21st, he triads
westward ogniai,ditisovcred waliisgnoo chaoncl, sod on the 4th sepmrnhor.
bsnh ships rsnchad the limit degree or W. longitude, which soniiled them to a
mrsrd or 910,000. pill up by Phrliantelll rot such so nnnairsiioot. They ncxn
dill.‘A)l'el'ed Melville-illnnd, and by tho 20th wars eniirsly Iurrounded by ice.
Thay i-arniaivned noun up much months, and on the lat Angina: i820, they
begin no intone, again vainly anlciiipnsd no ulcer westward, discovered Caps
Duotlas nod nsnra sound, and iloslly made (or England, which they reached
solh ocnobor. '1' Ivoyhga made Fury’: iapumiuo. Add carntiioiy 1
“ To have atilsd upward. or thirty dagroes of longitude beyond [he point
ed by any ibrnier oarignnor, no havo dinovend as mnny our lands. in.
lands, and hays. no htvo ssnshlished ths much eunnsaned sxisnenrs or a p
north or AInzriu.- altar on one nig on eleven ionrnnlns, to hate
hrnugb: so eraw . sound and vigorous llntle, were enough norsias
his innmn above nhan of any onhsr Arctic ray-sgar. . - r
A second oxpedluoo wna soon tinned cut. our tbs lncceufttl
sailed with the fury and Heel: on the 5th or lvlsy, lam.
unit. this point, he pnoeoodn.-d
oposmig-nha snrniin or nha Heels and rnry. ..y
nod six months, snd many lnlzrulin: odvennui-ea smuog tho Esooivoaur,
ha ieachod Englsud lsnh Novembzr. 1623. l '
in that cspna. Lyon nod Entry each mods Another anneiinpn (psi-ry
the third time), but without lmportsiat result.
on "M May, I520, Lieonariarnt I-‘rsiilnliu, who
Arctic sea, sod nuhing, il po. bi
series or mishaps or n.ha ioosn s vliihg and melancholy honors, no toltdhhna
which oven would islna morn Iplu thou we ran drvons: He was nbssnn
pvar nwo yours and a hair. i
, no snsnsd on n second expedition in 1825 web. la). tcconnpuiisrd as on the
mriocr ocanion by Dr. xiehsrdsoii, as nlutnliitt. They Intmmpliuhtti the
explurllion or his Polsr svs, esstword (nom Mseingnxis River to the Copper-
nriioe River, s disnanra nil’ 500 miles, and nninrnied to England to the summer
I lam. bout nha asrrlo psriod captain neschey sdtlod . long lino or Polnr
Geography by paslng ltny capo sod discovering capo narrow, the noon nor-
llierly polun or the Amen-in.-so cooiineon. , ‘
lo inns lzoas again proposed a plan to his govsronnuni for furllu-r operations
regarding nhs nnnhrwehl passssga. no iaiied howavsr
pnnroiiage; but in 'lha
aoonh, hs ibinrnd one no ravor him, and who generously Idunued rhs menus
(or nho anpediniou. H. was out nearly runtr yrars, and dinning lhll porlodwinh
onaoy hardship. and the Ion on his vsssel, ha maiio very runny discoveriu.
snd adtlsd much to the lnowledgl on nh ttltbjecl ol nhosa parts -- The non.
nhem nermlnonino ortha American continent is the lasttinhs grsnt booin-
dsrios oi lhe enrth which has been lent ibr modern soierpriao no explore, nod
to this interesting objacn he mails some imponnrt eoritrihnitlons. The unwr-
nniniiig oi‘ tho liiogmttio Pole was one on his objects. This was placed by
various calculations to tan. 70' north and long. 98‘ :0’ west. on nha lat oi‘
June, lsal, hs reached nhs upon where his own ealculnnlnus ilxed nha liiognotic
Pole, which was 70‘ 5' l7 north, and longinods or 44 45 wean. Tho innntr
noeots were ill ma dny pun in solid operation. The amount or the dip at
tho needle rtmnd no he sir 59', being only on: inninuls lass than wnr, nhc vvnical
position, which would hat-a precisely iodieuod vbe polar snanlbo ; and the hori-
tontal needles vrbtni ni-apeiided In the llIOItI delluila nlnnnel possible, did not
show the slighnnn tendency to morn." ‘
aoking in vsin ror sonns olijssn whereby to non nha spun, ho anoned .
“shim or some magnitude, in which was Iodgsd a record on his visit," and
nthnsetl to the ship.
in IE1], cspnnuin link, who had been won out no heck tor Ross, disron-errnl
Ila miirosdio lszs ; and in nha next year (Jiinnt in, tttvhiplcil
to rehab ltepnniu hay. bun, Illzr serious dlhicolnlds. csniis horn. in July, 1537.
in la“, sir John Burfaw pmpoosd annnher sipedinionn ol dnsoovsry no the
Arctic. it vvss ihvorsbly rscaivod, and Sir John rraahlin, jllil nano rstttroenl
rnoiii van Dleoncn's i.'n.i, when ho had been l0""WiWI- 5 h nha ‘com-
in. and Tenor vi-are furnished. captain croaiev. ihnniioniy a
ooinpsiinioo in as s upeditioo, balng nha second in aounniiana. Ila sayI=
sir John loll England on me lunh Mhy,lgi15,WiIhl30 mil in III- (‘B "R
cmnntlndarl in. Tirol in
"" ’“"'f.i“n?.‘r.‘L!:i‘;.i’ 4...
no not gropnlo scoonrnnornse vr
No. vi. June, is. 'rht anion. is rrmlltll f I‘I"""‘A-Wlfl
nha Dtxoverin and Adurrtarnm. 46-JR‘ “‘h"‘ "“' '“““""“ " "" ‘"
siinsrprtos will -
bunrond rniisnbciornly oourl-n-cl in l'
25th July, lets, his most. were leen our the middle 0! nahios Boy, appo-
sina Lnncasnsr sound, moored to an iceberg, ion. 74 deg. is min.,io15(. 60 deg.
la ruin. w. And lltl. wns nha loan board or nhcin. , , , A ‘ .
Five sinpsdlnioos hsvo guns in soarah on as: or which in bus rolled
to Dr. KIne'l lot to ehrouiclo. n is uudlrss no say nlinn none or nhem hiss
boon susnsssnil u fit: so their spsstiie obyrcn no reglrdtd. in other rettpeciss
nsnirh Ixdul inrorinsnon has been added no nhsn already lnuoivn.
ws gln-e Dr. Kll.Ia'l osrronnvs or the u ssoroovj every prsiss -lien vi‘ s.y
lltu in is almost worthy in chsranzner of that spirit which prompted Mr. Gna-
nelr. munliicsneo Iltnl bunnsuinyin giving birth no the sxpedinltnu. On in.
mi tinny, I350, tins Grlilnell Iquadron, conansniug or tlis adnnncs sod ltsscoe.
under in. oomrnsnnl or Licun. . . lltivnan, s. r. crimn teoond, boring
as soon. in all, sound irouitlis ltroouyn Ninry Yard, and nucinad lamb on
nbs aonh sepnonober, IE5]. or ill. .disonuiu in l!.e.ae llxltvn tritium‘ ub-
senos, ainndtbs dosoltnns null tnnnnsosely Weird eollnucnru or toe and sis in
tho Arcnio regions, hr! Kine gin... on . highly I Lurtvtlnnx und inutncura
account. in is lnrnpoisibna Ihlal ws cs. rnnner upon nnny M‘ to. onenil dstsils or
which in issreoord. lint! rim st-srnnnly rrrirmlln-nd in, in oru in s nsnioviat
pniliu ofview .s in Illttl in is n vrry nhcertsnuy link inn nlin ruining chnio or
arntnc ni-on-el. Tho plates snd smullvr nlnnnsnrsnnnus on my olsguon ; and ul-
togalhenfrom lino nsnurons nail on nine rirounion ol‘ the-irnrk,we don be
Iwum in will have in much gruier l-hnrin fur molars than the Initial N crack”
novd. r v "
Dr. irsns hos gum: onnn on s ssooinl voyagr : unit inhuo ii. lini-s tittnu
bnps nor his unseen. to ill. nndliig n due no tins into or siriolnin rrsntnlin,
or. so-srd his onions on nine praiis in marlin; sud, nrosniur in his snro i-,niirn.
we nhhll .nnlr.-lpnie . eonipsulon voluunn ror tinni bcfun Int. ,
Tins lzcssniin sinonnn op ‘rill ilntn-in ERA, in nlin ininuirio with in
Voylg: xiowo the volgs. and a Tour tltnaugli nlns coininnrn otnba Don Cos-
mnns. hy LAl‘nLh‘CIt: 0LlPlu3i1', ltu'ItuI ol “.4 Jlmvrtrv no Ntpl.luI." hed-
“'0 ureun Icqllulliled tviili Russ‘: Ilizin psrliip. nny .v European country
by niomis or booins. Tins blsrqiiia do cnsiioo lion hvn us too been worn on
no. iubloon we hnns ;buI itdoet not oonnn down niriberniun lslil, Till‘ Eu-
sln is progressing internally, in al.-boil everything nhnn lands to nail: . grell
nsnion, and ohieily in tho phyoicnl mess rod npphnnees, la ullicni noon in.’
dimnorinl noiesoeneu, and nuns ruling or lnonna anrsngtli in sppears nnlly on
lending phsuion in out-upiel,everyinforlnl1ian nguding initial. to eagerly
sougbn. lrswnnrcllors putelrue flrliier tbnn sn. Penernburgti or biosonw,
' .. scomi odalinlis ..., Invzlinsrs are non oribsn tiud whirh might
rots sedoenivs, so ninniwnb regard to its srns,litersiorn, sud sorisllire, we
lnanw oonnpni-anin-sl liule. , .
bir. oliplianrs book, nboroiore, is in drols viinh much ornha region iinnnedn
ant.-ly alluded no in tho proscun vrsr, wul be rnnvarad vn-inh so sinnensivs pinion-
Igo to this country, so in has already expnienned in England. is enleruilh
log snd gnpliic, anndno mos: or onrroadtrs it will be min in mi mhtlrr
sbsll cortnll our vriosnltn no malls rooin lbn soniie exlrniclu: .
rot COSSACII in soionut.
'olhlnz can be more oooveoicnn arr Ruattlh nliinni nhs position or this
s. nod nha mrnrnisl ebnrncier in inlnubinsn .. stat.
inons corner or sin sin lhhmm exneoslvs rrunnie innin-
sily nliinnsiansd by ueiginboring iribel mo corsncs. on re and o
edi uinlinllonn lino nroni otbnans no nho
compose a g ornio n e nrnny cnghnd in ion
on nsbeinig sononannnly noiurorcrd er s r I d:nln
Io Cllrkn, ibey oro s vsiinut-so
Inn, )’oleh,O Torts, cslmucis. niid Armenians; oibo
nan-y are slioosn or s purrly selavoolc on '1, Iml this I-coma no nos the pro
able cooler.-tim,aaloo d inns nniihnrn i :eier in their rihisluzrnorvnyna
olihn ll orrover
odor is ornbs Gr ii Churc
ii rntsws haven-rtbsirsnnnirnca. lrc olngisns vs been ll. vary
sinus in nenotirnning air their oriuin, rnynnolnpirni have but iv. an s loss in
doolding on nins derivation of their nuns, nod liars coded by loans‘; in an open
' snlltd ryom nha srseirrblnnsa nb.t word
tiuestionw st or ottssr In: so
to which snriiuy 1aapen:HveJy,In Irmcd man. s at-
. co. lntwli. snd s dlnlncl in cnicnsttln.
see Ipecuihlinn esii oroourss trims no ‘
-- The iubyeoi. or i ban: on in.
inner ism v nd so an. don-int -n the rues sod ornnns nsrns will
prnb.bly rein aw: an interesting sonny.-en orinvasnigsnlnn. on. thing i.
otoch or non. the Cossacks ch
certain, than, Ivhellln spniiinir noon not some
uniniongsnsd onnrsd nownrdstbs inussinns. Thsyinnvs been insul-
Ilmtaly deprin snsv ' ones osses .sn
bein republic, responsible to nu ma but their nit I Helmln or President
nbry bsva suuln lnno 1 , n. in inbublnsiin
at a nlir distinction oriu t Wu uint or
in here on s aoiuuno
been divided nnnu rsnanes, I
no 11 PQHNIHI
eon n .oy moment no on pressed ninno
osn ltfnflunllu: nbnng ror nbeso poor hon cososrts
thnnn ninry hsvo obisinnodnhan chhnclcr nor bnvrry which line ttussisins an in
tho grosnzst point no snnribuns no I out.
w in to. noorsa or on inner nrsvt- iron in oitin . Hllnyhlian ohierr vrbo
so in onitnnd
Ilclh he gornrnm on is mos an a no rnwurage: run in ioswers
tiolilvle purposs or ilannerinu nine vaniny ontdn.-eonnonted use I
rendered more as.-uy s bot-rviro: no that designs. snd or inspiring a
some rs. into onher onniuos, who hsveb It rno been lctiiltlinmd in
nhrnnwtnh tlnysberioltio ow
nnn . . ,a-n re
they III dilnllgntilthwd.
nesvoed lo esiimhle Inns in
than In slunonnn on nmn ctmwmpi ts nlnsy do to. ordnnnry ltusrnnn s
nh.n, in those 1' no which tine cu-ml. hm
his H monlier country
Mr. ollpnnsnt ls sororvvhnn as do or nine irnnb. us ssys:
font. in urlnuiinz the strnunpnln ornlne
The tumor is in s groin llala or usinounsnn about no. proli.nn- -
I'll’; ind. his a true. nrinon, nsllnu ininb gmlal pnlillto-economical sod Slalet.
nhhmlko gtintnssa or not. It rnsinninnrciul pr:-puny or crust Britons," and esnno
nbs lden htlrnnced by Ivl1ie,H.uii bmnosc England is the most powsrrul lihia
a. nuns. or granted, urn dsns ed) 3, ans .:iould only look on
porltyf or old Albion, but iii!-n I this, Very true Briton) he is bsinsrolsnn
t-noltgh no hsvs . ianhonly eye ovsr Ihe interests or the test on Europe; nor.
ssysbs, uuitc Inxloualy uoiinninyloiing inns approprinnioo ornlna var.-snen:ss
by -l s. tlieo, will pretend that England slain. in rlnsllyodbenra
No nloinbn, Mr. Laurent-s ollpiinsnvrooid his is
mats in. whole nirtnr lnonnlonindy ndjllntii-ti by England. all.-r iner usosl dn-iii:
nomnrtl unnnnrr. not al.. for him uni! his tieuirei. The rreuil. dlsttiouutri
resin or inch s onions on ooulnn to drive snnn- nnsni or Mr. 0lipiuuIX‘l miboi-inn
b ' .
ronbrrly ions ion a iuinnlic ssyluini.