Gleason's pictorial

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Title:
Gleason's pictorial
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Creator:
Gleason, Frederick, 1816-1896
Ballou, Maturin Murray, 1820-1895
Publisher:
F. Gleason ( Boston, Mass )
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oclc - 10268003
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SA ROMANTIC STORY OF INCIDENT AND ADVENTURE

Entered secooig to AMt of Coagress, in the year 1852, by F. GLnAsOw, in the Glerk's Office of the
District Court of Massachusetts.

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Serapb44i( ale of Spain, 3tai,pnb QEnplanb.


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DON HItOEbL.A2D l.B WARILD.
AwAY went Peri at top speed for a few mo-
ments, but she very soon discovered that she
'CeAri-ried"ah"utnatural weight, and that the. spurs
which gored her flanks were altogether a new
mode of impetus-for her The palfrey was like
a, fox, and Corriunno stll kept, hr seat, bound
whither she had no idea.
"n6dashed the guardian and his ward at a fu-
.'. rious pace, and poor de Norde, robbed of his
wife without a moment's warning, lay for some
mqi.ients senseless upon the roadside, ignorant
oftthe .cause of his trouble, and.unterly uncon-
scious.f what had been transpiring since.he re-
ceived the blow upon his forehead.
orw... 'rd, .then, Ruberto! It is .Yi' last
'. chapc The game is a desperate one, ati you
win but the chances are against you, never-
th eiss' Have a care, too, for the beast you ride
i"'owp thbe,.vqice of a kinder rider, fo*- many
ia1g month, and her proud spirit will scarcely
ok..the.treatment you now offer her. The
hatess'Penri sitrde away at q terrible rate,
apd tel.t.le palfrey upon which ,Corninne was
S seated still, galloped on, as fast as her tiny legs
''. could carry her, whilo the desperate Spaniard
.,.. still drove his rowels Into Peri's s ide, and con-
S.-,inmued still to shout "forward, Corriune, for-
wa.d I There.is no other course left yon I,
--Five minutes is a long space of time for a man
o. be bereft of his senses, and in five minutes of
Timee, at the pace they travelled, the Spaniard
S and his captive must have gone a very consid-.
,'1 "" erpble distance from thq spot Ihere de Norde
: had beep struck down. But, a'there is usually
4.; an.end to this sort of thing,, so there was an end
t.- to:s~~.;-No-de's 'unconsciousness; and wHen be
'' f caet 6 himself, partially, he arose half up-en-
deayoried to look about him, and call to mind
what had happened; but his sensations were.
.. such that.he could not determine where he w.as,
or' what had brought him there. .uddehly,
however, he spcang to his'feet, jumped into the
road, and cried--
"Corrinne I '-y wife---Corrinne.1"
The truth flashed uponn'his-niemory, apd.. he
thought him of the attaei'-the d'dccident, afid
: then all was chaos again Hi horse ws gone,
hiswife.wasgooe,'hia enpmy'.whoer i:t was).w.as ::
gone, he was -not badly'ihrt--his .-purse:-was
safe; bet h'e.was' nireln'ailb nV1 Wit could A it
m ean T . ..
.He Aidj.not 'alt to mnake.znapcessary sad
fruitleas a4t .ui.es, but a .well w-he was able,
though, till..,couuased 'ad dizzy, loe staggered,
hair.- g. 'gixeroa4 ;oward the town. Ahl.
how- di."peaudJtrast that his, poor wifehad
nohe.tibeanrN- bmidrn .that he should be able
a soon to greet-..Ar..in :fvt."y He hastened"on,
S"" therefore, e, e h':. .@Sst" of his way toward
1: his hotel. "
f'-'.:-. <".his ,J .hne. ". _." "_"..". J-.;. .. .-
': he refugees had-arvsd.within half a mile of
the line of the town, when- Peribheamne furiously
exicted.froum the 'repeated urgings and gorings
.: she h"ad- ':receiveAd from'heri unknownsu rider. Three
or f"r times she had-plunged and struck out, or
leaped fearfully forward, as the rowels pene-
tratd':her tender ides. But Don Miguel main-
tailed a good seat in the saddle, and still he
pr.sed her on, when,.suddenly rearing, the pal-
fre5'utu her on theagambrel (being close behind
tA,), she plunged iadly out, and bolting, threw
S -pat. MIgu fel'.w!th dreadful vibleace against a


ledge of rock by the side of the path. Then
turning, as she thus relieved herself of her un-
welcome burden, Corrinne saw with painful hor-
ror, that Ruberto's foot was thrust through the
stirrup.
Peri was' quite as much alarmued as was the
wife of Bernard; and wheeling once more away
she dashed, wildly, madly, desperately, with her
.late rider dangling at her- heels. The work of
.death was brief, but terrible I The horac only
knew that some extraordinary event had occur-
red, and :at a murderouss leap she went off to-
ward ;he stable-in which she had been housed
for sevtera;qayk. When shie reached it, she
scra tbl.d headtonqg into the court-yard,-leaped
the, paling;,.and fell, covered with sweat and
dust and blood-near the outer door.
-The groom instantly caught her head, and
aided.her upon her.feet. The foam dripped from
her aides, and she was badly'scarred. The head-
gear was out of shape, one stirrup-strap was
rmitssing, the saddle was turned down under her
belly,.and it was plain .that some shocking-acci-
dent had taken place. Aid was sent out,'qr once,
from the hotel, in -The -direction that de o'orde
had been known habitually To'4ftke in his e4ues-
trian excursions, and matters were soon .qx-
plained, in a measure. Thebody of a man ias
found by the roadside awfully mangled and
bruised, around whose right ankle there hung '
stirrup which matched the other in Peri's saddle.
But this man was a stranger I It was not the
'"magician," as be was known .there, .but an
older person. How came he there? How-could
be have occupied -the signer's saddle? Where
was the lady, too There was pJai ly.fo.ul play,
in some way, and the people :who huddled.about
the body became excited and. cnrious.
Send for a doctor," suggested some one in
the crowd, at last. ... .
"Rather. teQ late," replied another, 'taking up
the man's hand. "-'He is dead." "
A surgeon was sent for' however; the body
was 'removed to a more .sitable place for ex-
amination, -but all r.wa5. useless.. 'Don Miguel.
Roberto; the oppressor and- teatcherrfUde Nonie,-
the sworn eheiyj of Betrnaurd and Corinne,
the former .robber chief Eontini, wasiso aiom .
But,-Bernard hurried along, anid "ia he ad-J
vanced, the exercise rather aided hinm. '.He wsa'
all in doubt and icoiifuiion, hopeful, yet'fearing
to know the result ofihisrnight'swork, wheu he
'heard a horse galloping down the ;oad .t-wards
him, at a rapid., rate, from ,xo4e i.,&eofthe:
town. As thes-animal pptoaeli.deAmer, he'
stepped ai little aside, u'til' (if'l.'-d a rider)1
,Atl' (i, W ,,
he mightbe hailed, whenh'e.hoted, "lie'l Ae 'h
whith. brought both palfrey."d&'zider to a stand-.
still; for that voice was well :remembered.
"Bernard," shouted Corrinne in response,.'
she leaped fromn her sadieat .abound '; Ber-'
nard I my-husbandl ardryqupsel _Ar"eypg..,.
hurta? Speak, quick!"'. . :-
No, loved one, I am' not, --bo. mich. j'Bai
where tis Perid? Whence came (on, ,p$ K4
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doesagll tlhs.eg.. ,;,:*,, ,.. 0,:
"06,. Bernard_-Oone-vorW, sI"bpg youriwis-.l
ten. Don Miguel lies bleeding by the road, not-1
a hundred rods hence."
"Donb Miguel I"
"Yea, yes-do not pause, now-do not ask a
question, I beseech you;. but haste, in human-
ity's name, hasten to aid him."
I-How came heI be:'&:Fi4ld "de Norde, con-.
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in the saddle again. Where did .on Miguel
come from, prayV!" .
"Away, Bernard Fop,-my sake, now, away.
and save him, if possible," continued Corrine,
kindly. And in a very little -time they reached
the spot where lay the form of the once power-
ful robber, who had now ceased to breathe I In
vain was sympathy, kindness or surgical skill..
The die was cast-Don Miguel was dead I
The body was removed, as we have stated,
and a brief explanation took place. It was clear
0o the examining authorities that this man was
upon the wrong horse, at any rate ; and it was'
quite au clear that he not only had no right
tthere,' but that his death occurred by being-
thrown and dragged against the rocky road.
However, he was deadly and they could not pro-
ceed further towards him, even if he bad crim-
inally possessed himself, for the time being, with
de Norde's horse. So they suffered the magi-
cian to take possession of the mangled body, and
the event was soon afterwards forgotten.
Corrinne-though deeply. agitated and alarm-
ed-reached her hotel in safety, at last, where
she very quickly explained the whole affair to
her husband, in detail. 'De Worde.bpre .no mal-
ice in his composition; ad'.o.fer .is.
wife's story, though be'aawbO,. a fo oUild'.
have robbed himn of Courinidead deft"' '-Vo
die by the road-side, in order that he might thus
triumph, yet the old Spaniard was now beyond:
harming him, further, and he forgave him forthe
multifold injuries he had sustained, at his hands,
and went about ,the work. of leaving his remainss
cared for, in a suitable and respectable manner.
After some consultation between Bernard and
his wife, such a version of the story of his death
as seemed fit to them,.under the circumstances,
was prepared and published, t'o be ent o Seville,
for the information of that community. In gen-
eral terms, this account stated that Don Miguel
came to .his'death by being run away with, and
thrown from his horse; and no. questions were
subsequently asked which were riot readily an-
swered in connection with this statement.
The hody was placed, in..a.leaden coffin, and
afterwards in a wooden one,.and' these were en-
cased and sent forward at once to the hacienda
of Don Miguel, whither de Nprdc and Corrinne
resolved to follow the corpse, and give it a pro.
per burial, having in view, also, an examination
into Ruberio's pecuniary affairs, and a detei-mi-
nation to look after his property, which they both
supposed to be valuable.
At an' early-moment, therefore, they arranged
to leave-Malaga;. and having sent forward their
own luggage and Bernard's paraphernalia, they
quit the place which had been big.with so impor-
tant .a turning.poinr in their existence, andhbead-
ed towa.rds Seville at oie.
Shejprnj ome"hnward" was a melancholy
one; for Corrione could 'not bnt deplore the un-
up-,pyfate ofr'Old Don bligiel, who had done so
.iAuch fspr her, but. Wib "UiMl1 also been so cruel,
eauboeqen.q Jy. Afte"'er a-jew.:days' travel, they
reached the neighborhood pof the town where
Corrinne Ihad resided nearly seven years ; and as
ithe "old familiar places"aktote to her'view, she
(became more resigned' to -tihesiuation 'she itd u-
:"exydeedly 'fth .f k.
'T. Paei ,.l.-relachedbis.
dllig- little. tine befOre .L them, ,and' they
to'tnit.Tbetiousein moa.in ,.iple hnshbkold had-


,Gorrnin m.A.._ed .ar ,ipqtt'-. -in the
pnanuion of 4k frtmer IVMIA q. ar
had everjpo 7$,.t4f140dl^le, p'wwaj
quickly .8.14 1f g n .4*inzpri
:dqed lhr.usband, w ad proceeded.ap.iopriawt!9
to careis'*Aon Mig l's remains. '' : '

R OSAMiER R
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jo^ihe- '^pasihieil~ya t4ss ^rrmertljutenwe".;,
;in _-i# .l...ist, ieetiflg.- ,. .l.esire. fo
W.nge upon .J j.je,'t turned .O4tliat Don,
bgqal .eeprel*g oagO Mark of unajia .against'
.b.'iA.tosrsoer ls..slward ; for,. amo 4ge( docu-'
i meptsfound Among his pti...ii,,g, one
Ivpry conclusively cq a
anais .i...s..h e %4elmy fQprnilp.*,-'.
As soon after : me .rial.as .nprietyy ,wduld-'
seem to sanction it, an e&xamination-of the affairs
of Ruberto took place, and a will;' executed
'neaalj a twelvemonth previously, by his pro-
Steeter, was discovered; in ,which, after .the'; be-
stowal of a few hundred ducats in value to his
'housekeeper, and one. or-two old 'servants; in


case of his death, he bhad-bequeathed his entire
property, his napasio, land, stocik,...a-imoney,
to Cominne Almanza I His Ward was'a'dee-
cutri-, also, apToof Of his 'audlmnished and
entire confidence *-Jeru zm' he had secretly
Jot,. aad whoim 'he originally intended to
marry.
Upon a further investigation, his fortune was
found to have been a very handsome one; amply
sufficient to place-the: young couple far beyond
the reach of future want or embarrassment. His
debts were all called in, therefore,/and 'fully dis-
harged, and within two months from the day
of Rubenro's death, his estate had been settled
up. At the expiration of another month, notice
was given to the household- that the mansion
would soon be disposed of; and shortly after-
ward a sale was.:m.mde.of all the property -in
Spain, and de Norde withJhis wife. prepared 'to
leave the scenes *hieh rad been so 'fNll of trou-
ble and .peril to them,.and retire to Epgland, as
they had-.previously'intended to do.
In the meantime, de Norde had not forgotten
*his staunch friend and companion, the faithful
Pierre, who .had availed himself,with inmostdfhis
, assoQptes, of thelebiry of the crowns'of .Spain
.:.s11Ertngal. Bernard provided him with stich
:..W J.means as would establish him in trade, and
aietre retired to. a small town in the interior,
where he commenced an honorable business, in
which he was absequently3 i 'egttcesnl"".
The affairs -of Don Miguel were-fairly closed
up, and de Norde, with his lovely and faithful
wife.daparted fqr,,the north,.Lhav.ing turned.their
entire effects, into. cash -and exchangee. bills on
England, whither they proceeded- finally to lo-
cate themselves permanently. *,.. ,.
Ah Corrinne," said her husband affection-
ately, as they.were about to depart, how much
do I owe you, for your confidence and love 'and
devotion! Fortune hbqs at length smiled upon
me, unworthy as I have been of her favor, aidI
may indeed joy over the possession of sNu6hw'
companion as you, my loved. Corrmip .Jaq
proved. May we notbe, hereafter very "
Trust me, Bernard," rijoinedi.-tbo;lfr-
vently, "trust me, )hat when I joined my fa.t
with yours, I had no aim but.to deserve yor.af-
ftcrion. In our early, intercourse, did yowu not
more thae once save my .life For this; tert',
a..lone, tbbIAl Ie ybur .grateful and' your. con--
stant dbtor, But, since.the hour when we-stoqd
before tihb hoyl priest, and pledged t6-each
other our love and lives, surely have I had no
cause to regret the union whiph succeeded. Be-
lieve me, dear Bernard, since fortune has so
kindly cared for us, at last, I feel that we must,
indeed, henceforth, be very happy!"
The errors of Don Miguel -were forgiven by
the lovers, who remembered only his kindhesses
towards them. The estate near Seville passed
into'the hands of new proprietors, for the asso-.
clations connected with the hacienda of Ruberto
were all too painful for Corrinne to remain
amongst them, and the hour of departure finally
came-the moment when they bade adieu for-
ever to Spain, her beauties, and her sunshine
scenes I
The journey to Paris was a very pleasant-one,
for the season was fine. At the. capital thelovers
halted for. a few weeks, during_ which time de
*Norde and -his wife embraced the opportunity
!offered tof~_tamine the beauties and the curios-
litie.Aofjf metropolis of fashion in the Old
World,.,ndrt4.last.,cgossed over to Calais, and
wt.ence proceeded by steam to London.
A f,,eksony elapsed, su'iseqtently, when
Sde Nopde. sqected. a beautiful estate in the aub-
u n 1.r.k.iisk.metropolis, whici was.made
aq, W /a able through his own natural'
'gpod aptae, ,4,ALe.,suggestions of his adored
Cqprriune; a$4Q .which tspol-after the trials
and perils and i*aps;to'which they badA been
subjected, for. thkp.jqas .year, they retired 4at
length to enjo"a#.R ..fortunne-nowpossessed
by the ffpithf WP ie,.r ; F,-
jThdwsp .. .of .,. c d.. on,and
thud ~ atIt4 ~ antic -and at-
itractiie styl .fl e. .. young grove
bpeked the L:d' aU l ae. adorned the
,n^4l l,?s #"-^s. .e-qw~ ljn'et twas appro-
*Pti itlio ,4 kijpfhte*d throughout,
Sand-rmgo1 .q ,Jbleiere Perail," and the.natty litel palfrey
*tathad .done their owners such.good inthe days
'when their services were needed.. .
"At home, dear... Corrinne,", said iBernard
kindly, one evening after they fbund themselves
agreeably ,ettled-in5 their -new quarters, "at
home, and happy, at last! We hive passed
through some exciting senes, since the hour