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NaWYURK, .iAI[LRPDAY, JULY~ 26. IScO.
VOL. Xll-r:O. 41.
't 0 L F. ..,. 0L1
[corTruaI .] '
LEONI, who, in an attitude of indifcribable
agon) had ran aver the inftrn.l Ictr.'aI, immeui-
ately exclaimed-"'Ti. him-i.e dii.bolic J Ste-
phano, who ha.i torn from my heart irt If"weerell
comfort. But I %ill be revenged ;-e-rnhufilltic
vill-in-He, has pitoned her mind--H h.,, ;fini-
u.ted (I know it) the pret-ndJ33 irr.piity :.f a
conjugal life.-Arttul monller, the mralk hall be
torn from an hypo-rite 1o d lte.led !"'-t ',i ei-
fy to guefl at what my brother's fufpicions point-
ed; atd that he dreaded S.,brin..' 'i; inttcn.':d far
a facriice of an illicir niiure: but in thi, ienti-
ment I could not joli. His cli racer, his man-
ners, his conterlition, all forbade athoaht dif
graceful to a member cf the church: and I em-
lloyed rhor lot.Lrs dJeJictced to ourjourney.,in fa-
vor of .i-?tphiin. B i: hen -e. ,rrived .it Fior-
ence, the truilh luril upon II; fr.. n ill quarr:r;
S;gnor.t Leini % is fledJ itti Durirdur. S..epha-
no .vas ablent : he had, previous to her depar-
tuae, been trit. up part of the day with my iftiar,
whole melaicholy encreafed to the molt heart-
piercing grief, as fhe hung over her infant before
Ihe quitted her hulbind'- hipit bible mAnlion. Ir-
riitteJ almoll t m idn.. ., jnd denouncing every
punishment igainlt the fuppofed author df his c
lmia:y, the Sign.)r fee on foot a ftrif fearch of
fuch Coni nti .s anoll reidilv occurred to him of a
character to admit I'rnalesl aitihouit tle Ilritell en
quliy into tne mot;i'e; o tlihr Ifeclufln : and thi,
he aid from a preilmprion n.it S.ibrina might be
confine] there til! tie fuary of Leoni's pirfait
might be ab:' d. rich he never f li her after-
ward i;-idn. uoi, my Rinalin, wh it nill you
feel, when I -11 vyou, that refpeaable, urihappy
genlil-..'-in, afi.:r tiriret.- wet: -. abence upon an ex-
pe.llrimr, in -% hicl he p 'rtnilted nim nor to acom-
pany him, was reported to be murdered in a wood,
at Ilme dillince from Florence. His all.llini
were taken near the fpot; and one of them, 1
am now' confident, w E tE derehllole Schihr ,co -
in owner words, rF.ihEr Stepha in. Reltrno my
dear nephew, this torrent of grief, and let it be
remti-mbered, if it were fo, he has at lail been
[ipilou. m:ntillcr '" '- ".ned l prnr youth.
"Ohi-,that he Itn.. firi'" e long enough to cn-
S' irlence, PJn d.3.--- I'ur rage is impotent,
nor can be grtified in that way. Schabraco may
vet feel the <, .er.r of mortal suffering. Should
life be (pared, he ili II be produced to answer for
his enormous crimes in a kL cl manner. I have
now only to add, that, in confequence of the ill-
riefs I hinted, at, the ground of his accusation
could never be alcertained to me, nor the event
of that accufation; though I have now every rea-
forn to think that the Church stirred molt itletu-
itlly into that dark bufinefs; and I returned to
L~,-..-Ni -with the precious.charge my fitter had
left, it h a determination to adopt him for my
own. Not rn-.n,' i'.es m'fier nmy return, Leonora,
the comfort and support of my wounded heart,
too much arr.,chi i to the 'aili Sabrin:, and too
t,:lb..,' to bear its c.OrI'a. ,'-.- :. added by her
death a dreadful increile to my miferie,. Ah!
had we krinon the nature of a beloved lillhr's for-
rows, diilraCiion mul h.ive cr.lfed. lBut I ill
now;, if my Riiimldo -:an be.,r the r.-cil r.f hole
forrows, follow up nr) mcl.ncholv account u ith
Rinaldo bo. e2l, in :d fabmiflion, to tl:e qitlef
tion; %lhile hi: heart floated in anguhli for tme
fate of his almoll unlrnoin parents.
SFrom'Counc Piozzi'- relation they gthe-rcd,
thatStephano. taking advantage of `Abrir,.,'- n.-
Eur.,lly enthrlil'.ic ti.rn, o.,illttEd r~. F opp.rtuni[)
of giving her a d'fgill to the luJ3ible preI'ureL'
vffociety. RPligion was represented 1; exading
a ColitiveoMh;r'.'jr:ne of i:. :lfirlell tc.;ets. Do-
n-rflic, friendly and even conjugal duties, were
reprobated as fenfual; .,nd. lfor fome t, le, hi.
iniirni..aio:a fil.-d in their efee&. Indeed, he
iloioght pripr to relax in fome d-g:e, left her
love..nd obedience to the hylband of her choice
rri. Iit lead to a discovery not altogether suitable
to his views. Delighted to fin: the path of duty
p.ith loh:ippinMf.. ibrina's cheerfuinefs became
'.n additional rpleaie to thofe about her; and.
U:ephi.lno, from her confeflion, found no reason
to fuppofe fhe would ever name him as an adviser
or promoter of a contrary conduct. The birth
of Rinaldo f.remed 'o i',:r :s the very climax of
felicity; but, Cf.icl:ing .:, it it proved a flim-
ulus for till.jn to0 e... r:- r I -1 talents upon.
Gradually, and by' tile pr'..'.. cf infernal cun-
ning, the Monk ag ;n rnce i the terrors of Sa-
brina's mind: her tender-nel to her infant,was a-
criminal we,,kn'.fl; her hufband, he plainly un-
dcrflood, had rivll!cd thi.- li.'y Saint to whom he
o,. ed the runblell idor ,ion ; the innocent ga;erv
of an untainted heart he denounced as pri f~ctly
incomrnpI ble with a religious fpirit. In ihort,
fuch was his power, and to fully did he exert
it, that it oon p.-.: i.-ce the melancholy fm much
deplored i6y her friends.
\'nen .i mind fo eff'etually becomes a prp to
the flavery of fuperiition, it lores all rirmnicl.': a
common invention cin govern it; the l1;ghtell
events encreafeit Whatchance, then, had the
unfortunate Sabrina (given up. as file was; to the
-influence of diabolical art, and without the pri-
iilege ofclaiming the ad ice cffrricnd.) to efcape
its defliruive irnlule-nce `' Siphano faw his ad-
vantage, and availed hinfelf accordingly. A
Convent was the resource hepointed out as a pof-
itive cure for fins like her's. It was true her re-
folution, if taken publicly, would be combated
by a thousand oppofers-within-without-rela-
tions-acquaintances. All, who knew not, or
felt not, the importance-of fuLh v. cation, would
fet their faces against the pioui refoluti,'n. Sabri-
na tremblid-her fah .t jon %a i. at ii k-. What
was the world-its pleafures-even the pure of
its gratifications, when put in competition with
her foul's welfare P Sabrina hefitated-fhlrunk
from the comparison ; but- li.ephCO conquered !
It was then Durandor's afliftane was thought
necefftry. His lady could not depart alone, and
her fpir;tIal father chofe not to gi e i, fainalion
to the Ilep ihe, was to take. H'r agonies at quit.
tinrg lthl- u lun of her vir".ue mia be better mrs-
U'.:. ths eJ r:! !':, th'ri us; n2 '.lt'ir-n -
tie; and. accomp iiied Ih Durrndor, Ihe went
to Con ver.L at Lmeii- litI? dil nce from Florence.
The civilities or her Iu .'i r rridii..itd. in a
triflin- dee rse, her e ,iuti nriii Icrro'.i; 'h.
Stc:ph.ir. -, .\ho hil p:rivH 'teci lo, e', contrii-
ed b'. Il, .Jcnanci i to iilicnce the pleadin_ s
of nature in heh.llf of her child; but hl could not
ci,-qu'er them. Her tI'.ji flo. ted inct'c ntTi nori
could fhe Jerir e anI c :r nloL. on from ,;. .i l.ir' nc
e: thl.it h-r fI'v Iliic'.ri uuld not L0 e Ite icIe.
The .ntiilh l which Siznori Lt.anri ciuld noc
overcome .' i a bir a- S,'ph.io'. iinr tiion
riT A li-, v he little i'-na.-igin'd hii moI, .es
were otherwise than conducive the h.-nor of
theirichurch, added all her rhetoric to his; and,
between both, Sibrin'i tfond her fears encreafed,
and her refoluticin to quick the woorld decidedly
flrengthened : bat it *A- no prtc of her iFi.itluai
director's purpof'.? t.- let hr re-ain at that Con.
vent. The black design, fo artfully covered,
mufl for ever lie concealed while flie was under
fuch prote&ion. Revenge for the distance he had'
. hn hid ,;t by Leoni, the infamous patilon he
had .- i djulzed for Sibrini'. :r:-] the gratifica-
tion of an avaricious diflffition, go -Je him
eerii i l, tu ;i. ci r. jellruilion. There was no
time t!.'-. 'C. lhr .. oe would foon be traced;
yet fo' n- deiic i)y, a,: v-ell as caution, was necef-
.fary in her removal, to prevent fufpicion. How
it war erect J Sabrin. could not tell with refpect
to the lady Abbefs; but certainly (he parted from
the poor vicifm with an indifference bordering on
contempt; and on the fourteenth dy from her
firft elopement Ihe found herself in the houfe in
To describe the various method pralifed on
her F-iF.erlli'ti0: firn, and her natural gentlenefs,
would cnir r.,tcrife a duplicity and b if nefi which
may hereafter be nlmre fillv elucid ted; it is fuf-
ficient to fay, tha:, from tite mirncent Ihe difcov-
ered his horrible design., her detellation of the
man, and the reproaches of an enlightened mind,
were extreme. The i nbeciii'v which had favor-
ed Sreph-ino's execrable art was no more. She
could perceive the extent of her hopelef, fitu tioir,
but that perception was curfe.J with all the terror;
incident to fuch a discovery. Torn from, or ra-
ther impelled by, lthe cr.rj.iurive effect. of vil-
lanous t.phillr, :and a credulou: belief, the f vee
Z.rfocLiion of mriterinIl .nd conjugd dul.:iei-
plunged into irremediable difgrace--:rn com-
pletely in the power of one who dared to veil his
impiou, motivti under the ficred cover of religion
(a dreadful proofof his fliP.iioui fpiri), how
was fhe toelfc pe the mifchiefalre-dy clofini about
her, trecpi'lly .is the fincerity of her expo'lula-
tions had already produced' the crueleil threat-
nings of severe confinement.
For fome months fucceeding her flight from
Leghorn fhe was permirted thte liberty of wander-
ing about the en ir rn of her prison, but never
till night had Ihr.juded every dlil'nt objea from'
her view. To account even for thi; liberty, it
i! orop.r to c.blr'e', th t Stepha.r.o hid suddenly'
,v:thdrivwn himfelf, le'. ;n Duraindor a no im-
prrper f'ubllitute. However. although perpetu-
ally ,.atclied by thii trec chero";: delegate, th&t
'-1t frmeri'n lisf.:'tin in gaining a considerable
------- -- --- -- -- ---- ------------
lufpenion from the tor'u es of Stephano's bru:ifh address,
-..fhr.ie driad, I :'.ii produced an immediate renewal of
:.is f rr-m r '... jul t Iritated i r. 'r.e'. f. ii.lign int,
r.-r ..rnc- ,- ,.ic Ipi..r i.o longer 1t',lr t r .i i., ln-r.: to the.
degrading proposals the was condemned to hear. She fiee-
ly and pointedly reproached his fadciii.,-,us i' ,v'. placed
in the m--.'t -.rir4 light 1, : .l.:, d 'i ., .. .n.thod of
f :,,i ca' ,"'' a ..iait ite ...' ,t i,,h.. ;.-,. .I ,',1. I:f .,, her from
the bofbom of a [ r. ., v. o l.. :.,-'l pP...:..t"I.l thofe
qualities they were fond of encouraging She was going
on, when, feizing her arm whh a violence fhe could not
' iv:; fnlr.d, I.ile I.i- e.-es gleamed with vinditive .,*
fim Li.e..''i i. s b i',,d blow,, he forcibly drew her to
a flight r.f li ..', tla defended beneath the p l. ,im e, ,ff
the great hall, and flopping a mom-nt, as if i. .'''r
breath (for Sabrir!a did not cafity fuhmit to be thus ci.uelly
dragged), he pointed to the dark and ruined ftep., '. .;
to warn her of "'-i.me II .1 6 i, .I )le to come. Sihe trem-
bled, and t)e more, whin in a hollow under tone, he
told ler tlhfe flairs led to her GAVF. ., Uliefs lhe compli-
ed wibh.the terms le had fo often held out. DeLeimine,
then," cried the monilei. Behold yon fofiened twilight
fl1rd',i,. .i' mild 1 nfii'ence a, .i.d ;.enjoy the reviving
-".'rn n ,I t' : ii II I., waves thofe -.ld .* raj.ge 1.i .1
foms before yon opened cafnment : bu i c:- r [.. -"
and he paufed, as if to gire .hs denunciation greater
-weight---" remember, unlefs y;:ur.decifion is in my favor,
all the beauties .f ct c i... ill fiiin i li hour be eteinally.
fltut from your f-'ri' -- D O p -. .. p 1.i 'i ..f i:.-
earth hall be ,ou. .'.,.d ....... t ..,, dolt thou hefiate ?
Is the alternative fo unconfcquential i"
Sabrina DDo look into the horrible difclofure-.-fhle DIn
calt an eager up, i.1, 1;r. ',i.. 1- ..1 '.. evening----
The golden LIl.:IT ... p (, il-a n.' i. : g'ir u! fcent the
extensive apairtr. ..' 1 a; In.r .' dr.pi'd a frightened
gaze upon the feene below.
Speak," cried the wretch, faking her ihoulders wich
unfeeling rougeliefr--. Will you comply ?"
NEv Ea !" anfwcred Sabrina---.--" Nv !"---and
her tears began to tream- --" But hear me, S'ephano---FA-
'HERr,- I would fay---'.nce thou wat my-fpiritul :i" I .' --
:.,ommirni, 3i'.-! 1 ~ i. I 'II 1-1. with m cfliges of g ace
,...d p' -a.:.. i to;i i' ---l -.ut--r hear me---How, how
have"I deferred this? Nay--force rme not below the con-
fines of---Ah. Mofter!---Moiter tear me not thus from
light, and lift, and hope !"
[To be continued.]
DIFFERENT EXPRESSIONS OF GRIEF.
IMMODERATF gier, it has been observed, is silent.
On the contrary, '- I.e. .c are lightly aff-&ed, or affEted
only by the fufferiigs.of others ; our affli&ton is loquaciolts
and complaining. This obfervation is finely illul.ra.ted by
r flory, i -' L, HI-erodot.ua --CImnbyfes, when he con-
quered Egypt, made li n .. .. the King, plifonre ;
anr, in order to try bii i io.ll 11,', ordered his dsugshter tn
be dieff d in the habit of a flave, and to be employed in
bringing water from the river; His fon alfi, was led to ex-
ecution with a halter about his neck.' ThI' Fe. prl;n. .' ;
ed their fotrow in tears a.nd lamentaticr... Pim.',..u
only, with a downcast eye, remained filt.. .Nt.eI, r .ds,
meeting one of his companions, a man advanced in veais,
-who, -being plundered of all, was begging alms, he wept
bitterly, calling him by his name. Cambyfes, truck with
wonder, demanded an answer to the '..ll ... g quellion :
"Pfammenitus, thy matter Cambyfes is defirons td know
why, arter having feen thy daughier.f i *.. ,1. ?i1: treat-
ed, and thy fon led to execution, without exclaiming or
weeping, thou fhouldetl be lI deeply concerned for a poor
man, no way related to thee ?"----" S6o of Cyrus," an-
fwered Pfammeriitus, "the calamities of rmy flli., ie
too great to leave me the power of weeping ; but the mis-
fortunes of a companion, reduced in his old age to want.of
bread, is a fit fabje6t for lamentation "
ON the death of King William, and -the acceflion of
Queen Anne to the Britifh throne, a younS clergyman,
-whofe talents were purely evangelic, afked a friend what
alterations were .'-:.-if.. to be made in reading the pray.
ers of the church upon tnat occasion ? His friend anfwer-
ed, No othi than that Where he laid King before, he mull
now fay Queen ; and where he faid Lord, lie muff fay
Lady. Our Levite w .. ai, .sll edified by his friend's
infirunions The tne%. Suoai; ,i, e lu- ...--: Icading di-
,inre feivice, and came t. i i,;, p r r, .!inrl hi, ) Ki.ig of
Kings, and Loid of Loids," he, with an aludable voice,
began, Almighty Queccn cf 0Qeens, and Lady of Ladies."
rci THE 6.E _LY
HO1W fweetly .f 'f.ing .ilI hl. I t ,.~ gr morn
v'on purpled clouds earth's canopy adorn !
The glorious fun breaks forth to run his race,
/'...] p r .. 1;: ,-. f...1 :n a'! .1 1 r 'i f;- ,,
S a 'i '! L 1. i. I a Lh e 1n .. .f l i. "..; i ,. L d r,
1, all ar.i,a Ld I.. :h.ir. mIn,`: ti e, i
The-waving corn-now greets the iavinh'd fight --
Watdeeinog o'cr fitiie fields witthfierfh l"il:eh.
Thro' verdant valic : '.,. ":, sr..j r rn ..d ,
Now following wl' i Ie ., idir. .-'u r.-i,, Irid.
Whether with rapid ili,' o ihe bI..l: .i ,.i e,
Or gently flowing, !nio i. ;.id I.1-,, ,I.; ,
In wide expanfe, or narrow'd thro' the trees
Its filei' fumface lunled with the breeze:
W'i;ci, r;;nfi from the well, o-i f..,.ijant wing,-
from herbs and n:id w'rs reftelhing odours :.. ,.' .
Th' enamell'd ..',i-1 which rife in cicuit wide
Preflent their t cmirg banks in funny pride.
Beyond the hill where that thick foreft glows,
One mole aspiring bends its awful brows.
,hT.lil 1,:.A;,., woods rome lofty t. .. .. :.: Il.r.-
S:., ,' i'... r r h loping law ns a vi ..-'', ..l ,
Where nunmi'ous flocks and -.d.', d.,r grazing firay,
Or, filled, repote, or wanton fkip and play:
I t.r. 'ii :, and feats, I fe ir. 'l r.:.und,
\, ,i'. .elr ,,' .. [,:, ,- 1 i crow n'd ,
'T he firn d I !1. I .i .-., .,r.e I 1.. .' 'e wings ;
With folemn imuic hill and valley rings:
The fancy feeks them, tra selling o'er their plain,
Loftll Fii f..l,. 'r- not pt'rfnes in vain :
For there another, :prI.,lp.... r r extends,
Doubtful, if fea or fky the landfkip ends.
But gathering clouds o'erfhade the daiken'd plain,
And whitlling w inds -..,: 1 ;.u ir'.: .4 ,; -
The fun withdraws its L *.....: ... .. '.:uJ'd IJlies
Darted oblique the po io 'il I, riri..; 11,.:.: ,
To pious awe awakening hardiell fouls,
Succeeding ev'iy flofh. loud thunder, tolls.
,.. i.. '; i: ; i '-- .... ~ ..g hail, or rain,
I hir.-,'...; irl.: 1., ..." flowing thro' the plain.
The forms abate in mi;der for;nkling fhow'rs';
The clouds difpife ; the lky no long-t low'is :
HIigh in the azure vault, with peaceful fhow,
Is tuin'd the aic[l of la iS' pa.isted bow :
The glitt'ling fun darts down.th' inliv'ning tay, .
Riviving nature lh1-, r.. ;
W hole Face, lke '.Lr... I. .. more bright,
Smil:s, by refleced beams with double light.
WHEN the froke of the woodman had ceas'd in the vale,
And tile f'eet, Plilomela had finilh'd her fung,
A fage child oif lotrrow rcpcjtrd his tale,
A'Xd figh'd loithe lieeam as it iri 'i'd along.
f" I have fecn the .' d or'.i1i .t which led me aotray,
Change its luoti and fade like the tints of the morn ;
I have ieen the in-ridlan fplendor to-dav,
But nighi t ls I'fcceded, and found me forlorn.
t I have fcen as I pafs'd, how the '..r- l.r.1 '.,;,
To the gale ot the morning its bolbm diffplay'd
I return'd---but i!s beaunes had faded away,
.And the pride'ot the morn, ele the evening, was dead,
" I have fren (0 how lovely I )e he aaid of the dile,
Flulh'd with health and with beauty triumphantly tread;
But alas neither beauy nor health could avail,
or all that was lovely with I.AURA is dead. L
" HIow delufive is hope !---O ow tranfient the fay
Of the fun-beam that gilds our teireltital fcene
How fliot is l.e pleasure of man's blightelf day,
And the blalls of miisfortune how pitrcingly keen I
" How blank is the profpel. how gloomy the day,
Which is clouded with caie.and o'eifhadow'dwith woe h
How dreary, unfocial, and chrerlels the way,
Whicb' the children of' borrow mult wander below !
Oh when ho all the pilgrim airive at his home,
And man to his parent in gladnefs return;
Oh when fliall our fortrows be lolt in the tomb,
And the wretched forget yilh the wretched to monrn."
Thus nightly le fang, and the .,ii lov'd to hear,
For his accent was gentle and m:ld as the dew ;
Till they dropped o'er his tale ol tuislortune a tear,
And fltunak from the wold and the "pilute he drew.
P it 0 INT: iL >'. ,
5RBOM A LATE ENGLISH FRINI
T. T follo.. ,; isceouIt ,. o a L: n,,: of or,: m ." a.,.'l '. -
L.',d o.' ,,L...Lr is worthy cf no t :.
I a village'in the county of'Lippe, the parfonage hofu~e
was attacked by about forty men, who blocked up all the
v'.-num t, redi ,h' t,;,11 1 ..: .. j-j f. ..h i every,
*I' ill.. i 1Ir r th '. .a*-, A 1 1 hob '. ; ; I .: p -..:.-
pil aji'r W~' Inade 1 .,,i'u, t~n e or fourteen Ir,,- on
the paI fon's flidy. As foon as he head ith i ..eteip .. ,1e
made to force open his door, lie had ie,, .. 1: i.' a ,i.it 1. .r,
charged a" i '... i f ,.i i a biyons, ...i i .. p..' 1..,
calling at ilt Lir.e i.m.* al'icr his f:-r.aor, 0.u I L. i ..,,-.
dow of his bed-chamber, when a lohe co rn.ninded t.r-.
to retire, otherwise he would be Ihot; but ..i ',,r. '.-
ing any reply, he filed off' one of his piio'' i1 i'. i
went again to his fludy, the door of which being very
ftrong, it was attempted to open v ri I'. tic, -. Notwith-
fisnding the ..I:.,;, ir. ... lad filed"off 3oiCIl'r piflol through
one of tice '. .- i-.:.r had been made in the door, his'af-
f4ilants persevered in their attempts to force it open. Ile
perceived a number of perfons armed with pilols, poles &e.
i.,,r ii rt, :,m feIemed to co.,n ..d die ftil, id at whole
.:nd-i, it. > .ri repra'edil .i*'.ii ,:ed i,'-I fire arm s,
The clergyman .continued to throft his bayonet through the
apertiires, which fo much enraged his affailants, that they
fwore Ie should die. It was of great advantage to hini
hi.:t it.*. t : r.. .: providr.d ; il 1:, i arn .. I..-
-i .. ..-il i~. i he ....'. e -. 1.n ,l,. ,J ... I0 .L. ,e Il
.. ., 1 i. il-d r i., .*d two other loaded pillols he was
u;iable to find. He call-d -aain after his feivant, but re-
ceived no anfwer, and a fccond attack was made, and not-
;' .j,., i, h: wounds which fome of them mulfhave
ie.: .1 I ., h,i b ., ', ; :.,- i. I 1 I I L .-',.l be-
fore his door. they coi .n,,,,d ir.', r a.ivn l p ('I I.:-s,...g his.
room wilh their hatchets, one of which flew into the toorn,
palling the head of the bcfieged. This caufcd a paufe, and
a fort consultation, during which the clergyman called
out for alliflance. The robbers then made a third attack,
b.y throwing a fone about fifty pounds weight, and other
heavy things against the door, the clergyman fill defend-
ing himcilf with the bayonet. A pitchfork which they
tlhruft 1.... 1,_ one of the openings, he obtained p.irf ll'I. n
of, as well as federal other thi.gs. The robber hid turc-.
ed open a d'ort of a oom a.Ij ...'..i; I.e.paron's bed.cham-
her,. but were unable to foice the latter. The noife at
I-..:,' awakened a neighbor, who, calling out to know
what ws the. matter, was answered by one of the robbers,
"* Nothing," and on repeating the enquiry, v a; fled i.
Four perfonsw ho had guarded the lervant, .t ijtd ti, ..
poi!, upon which he made his efcape, but guns were dif-
charged after him. Tie robbers now made their fourth.
and lalk attack upon the Iludy, four or five men having
1., u Ii the trunk of a tree, about ten fCet long, -with
. l..:h ley continued their auteipts to i ce tie door,,and.
fucceedcd to far as to make an opening large enough for
a perfton to en'ie, and obliged the pailon to ei-reat to Ilis
hbed. chamber, a here he again entrenched himself, but no
one attempted to ente, his ,i i i' 1. E t ....
ceeded. At length he was happily re i. ., I ) a kr.,.,
having informed the robbers, that they were in danger,
up-p which they extinguished their liglhs and took to flight.
Many of the effects of this brayv -. 2 ',.oi ; i
very little carried off, His pIe i ., J ,,.
gers may be encountered by a .: -, fl...l i.du. t .. ,ii,
courage and prefence of nitid.
THE COUNTRY DANCE.
S "**YW ON a spaciouss lawn, bounded on esery fide
by a profuiion of the moll odoriferous flowering flhubs, a
joyous band of villagers were affembed; the ydung men
drell in green ; youhj, health, .and please in their a"r, led
u: their a.tle'. charimets, in l w hats, adorned with the
fpoils of Floia, to tile rutlic found of the tabor and pipe.
Rou cd the lawn, at ,qual iniervals, were laifed temporary
arbors of bIat.chis a 'f ties, in .\ which refielhmelits were
piepaird fo. the dainceis; asd b-weentihe arbors, feats of
roofs ful their paiei-s, lhadel from the filn by green awn-
ire', on polet, rou.id which were twined wreaths of
i1 .. b eatllig t!ie iweets of the 1i,, Vher furprize,
the gai;y of the fcene, the flow of il- .. rI the fight of
to many happy people, the counteirances of the enraptured
parents, Vwho Ivfeci to li e a-new again, the fprightly fera
fni of youth i-. :. .'.1.' with the benevolent looks.
of the noble :.i-. ...: f 'l l, filled my eyes with
tears, aid mny I...!.,; ihe.,s vith a fenftiuo of pure, yet
lively trafport,' to which the joys of the courtly belles are
mean.*" "" ""
." M>. -!: `-+> :'4 +,, -.*.: *, '.+ <++
SATURDAY JULY 26, 8ioo.
Captain Stan'wood, arrived liere on Thurfday in ten days
fiom St. Bartholomews, infoims, that he left Martinique
on the til of July, ifllant; that on the afternoon he failed
fi... !h:,c-'.. a Britifh packet arrived there in 18 days
from Falmouth, the Captain of which affuaed him, that on
his parfage he fell in with a Britilh frigate, ihe Capr 'n of
which informed, that he was bound to the ti It I. -,'
England, with dispatches from Lord St. Vincents, Rtating,
that the BREST FLEET WAS OUT, confiding of fifty-
on- foil --,f the line.
Captain Stanwood further infortnm, that on the day he
fail-d from St. Bartholomews (the 14th, inR.) a French"
g-ntlemin ..e him .ic.- j 1., ;., ',ench, which
Hated, th.t he had jujl ieoi'.ed it. in.aliio from Point
Pette, Gaudaloupe, of the arrival there of a French cor-
vette, in 29 days from Bourdeaux ; and that the news fhe
brought is as-li ;. :
'* That the [e.c,; cZ.. '. between the American Com-
mifioners and tihe French Republic had terminated ami-
cably; all differences, fettled, and a PE .tCE concluded :
That Gen Buooiaparte had arrived L.el..'- C-Gr ),, in time
to relieve Gen Malfena; that Buonaparte had made pri-
foners of three fourth's of the Auftrian troops under corn-
nand of Gen. Melas; that Italy was entirely in the pof-
feflion of the French; and that 'the French Gen. Moreau,
Lad, in a third battle, defe erd tle A.,ft ;,n ir.>'..p r, the
Rhine,"----and further, thar irdi h..u 1il'.) j arlt'.: ihb r, by
1L0 erltetteC, p. .')l1.il '-g iii capture of American veffels."
The above intelligence, fo far as regards the relief of
Gen-a, is confirmed by the following extra of a letter
which was received by a very ielpeflable commercial houfe
in this city Thurfday morning from their correspondent at
Saturday morning, tgtb July.
Capt, Jofeph Orne, in the Brigantine EfIex, arrived
I1i1 evening in 2a days foro Gibraltar brings the pleading
i.iirlg~,,tc that Mafferna. is relieved. On the 18th May
he man-1 a ally from Genoa, and gained a complete viRo-
ry over the Auflrians, and routed the befiegers, killing,
and making prisoners of a great many men., Genoa was
never deftitute of piovifions, as it was supplied by boats
fiom Barcelona and the Spanifl coats. The news may be
relied on, Capt. Olne faw many of the wounded Offi-
SFrom Boflon, July 21.
Letters were received in town on Saturday from Salem,
-which mention the arrival there of Capt Orne, in j3 1-, 3
from Gibraltar.--- It.is faid, that the accounts brought by
Capt 0. are, that on G.-. Melas' withdrawing the main
body of his army ftom before Genoa, Mahffna made a vi-.
o!'eit forti on tie corps left to watch his motions, and
entirely defeated them."
Captain Kiohn, of the Hambu1gh fhip Johanna, arrived
at ChlarleRon from Lifbon, in 38 days, lelates, that two
or three days before he failed, the Englifh frigate Flora
arrived there, and gave the information of an engagement
l..-1i,, hipp'acd r.ff Cape Finefterre, between a United
States Ihip, and a French 44 gun frigate, which continued
there hours, and ended in tie capture of the latter, and
oidv-.iin her for Fjlrrmo',,, England,
.Sevcn'een rf the cofivial efcaped from Philadelphia Jail
on T irl'fd fi only of whom have as yet been taken.
It appears, that about two o'clock on Tuefday afternoon,
agreeable to a 1 i r., pri. uil. concerted, they rofe from
dinner, and, as tilaul. r .n .i tthe privy, where, by fome
means, having renioved an iron bar f.,, .a.Jer oer of the
apertures, they defcended into the c*.. -'...'i Ie.er, which
paffes under the pivyy, and opens into the Potter's Field,
and foraiteen.of them got off before the keepers had any
fufpicion of their design. As foon as the keepers discover.
erl hi.tir fl :1". they immediately purtfued, and caught
'!t.- e .:t IA :.a r.- the fewer, ..-d to near the banks of the
Schuylkill. Evely poffible search is now making after
'The armed schooner Experiment, Captain Maley, in thie
service of the Unhed States, has taken and fent into the
Havanna, the floop Betley, Captain Munro, b.'l.,r.,..-. Ir
Charlefton, S. C. fior the coaft of Africa, bound to the,
Havanna, (near which port the was taken,) with 80 Prime
Slaves on boa d., yWe are informed that they confit priii -
cipaily of boys and girls, n good heahh, anAd weie intend-
ed for fale at the Havanna,
SIt is not yet known what will be done with I',rle t,,f.r-
tunate people, as the law, contemplating ila" the hea.y
penalties it imposes on thofe engaged in this inhuman traf-
fic, would effedually put a flop to it, makes rd pi.. ,.
for the vriechd ijc, rgei after they ri,1 be b-luhM to1
the United dsate.
We are forty to add, fiom good authority, that great
numbers of veffels floan JdtifeCr. pF.irl of the United States.
are constantly -.._ardd in this barbarous emrplo)inent; and
that it will requ:re tile utm oft i;i...c .-.. government to
abolish a practice fo disgraceful to our country.
During the thunder form on Sunday evening laft, a
barn belonging to Mr Stephen Ward, i.f B .,,rrifieid, N J.
was truek with lightning, and confirmed immediately,
with all its contents, cohfifling of five loads ofgrain, three
loads of hay, together with fome farming utenfils. Not-
withllianding the heavy rain that fell, th ri;ig. L....L. c,-Il] t-
ed as foon as they perceived ;he flanms tur '.e.e ur. -t le
to pieferve any thing, except a part of the frame afier it fell.
Several very i.e* peal: f.i .. rd in quick lucceffion, but
we have not hard ol an, oilier damage being done in that
BALTIMORE, July 17.
On Tuesday evening a molt dating and villainous plot
'was discovered at. Fell's Point, to commit robberies to a
very great amount on flveral warehouses at the end of tihe
city. The following are the particulars :
A party, confifting of about eight pc fotls, wllle cha-
raaersfltood very fair in frciety, had concerted a' plan, to
open by means ot falte keys, the It ies of Captain James
Biays, and thofe under the care of W. L. Nichols, and to
rifle them of tleier contents, confilling of Weil Intdia and
dry goods, to a very large amount, T,.. I i ..- was fo well
arranged, that the party chartered two bay crafts of about
thirty tons each, for the purpose of conveying lte goods to
Norfolk-.-.one of the veiels was loaded in the above
manner, and let fail; the il 'Ip I 'of the other gave fuch
information to Capt. Biays, that he was cabled, by the
affiitance of his fellow citizens, to fecure the thieves, and
commit four of them to prilbn,
A difparch boat wns imtnediately fcnt in quell of the
one viwich had failed, and ia.it evening flhe was momently
expended to be brought bick, with her illegal cargo.
." > ':,- ..... ;. *' ,;,, '-:- ( 4 <.-
SCOURT of HYMEN.
HALL, holy flne divine effu;gence, hail !
Pure t i..: ;rse:n .lul ,1.1 1 'A .- e ,on,
M ild a: t i ,,.1,,,,, ,: 'i .,, ,1 .
Swve:r ,.. i. U d t- l re- :L.,u a .i thore.
At P ,,~., l.l,,-, by the Rev. Bfliop Carroll, Mr
Cn,, i ; CARot.LL, jun. fon of the Hon. Charles Car-
.:11, ,at Carrollon, (Maryland) to Mils Haar.IrT CHEsa
daughter of the Hon, Benj. Chew, of that city.
On.Saturday the i2th inft, by the Rev. Mr Miller, Mr
JOHN TWA.KFR, of Il;, city, to Mif- .MARGARET Mi'
DONALD, of New-Jerfey.
On Tuesday evening lalt, by the Rev. Dr. Linn, Mr.
NICHOLAS HORNE, to Mifs M GAGARET LEPORT, both
of this city.
Same evening, by the Rev, Mr Pilmore, Capt. JosErP
BoYE of New-Providence, to Mrs EsrMA LEWIs, of
MORT 1AL 1ry.
Sure, 'tis a felious thing to die!"
On Sunday morning laif, ofa chrolera morbas, at a quar
ter pall ten o'clock, in I, 4 it .-:-r of his age, the Rev.
BARTHOLOMEW .I.'C-1G '" I- M'MAHON, A.B.
AIillant Palloz of St. Petels church in this city.
On Tuesday the3x ft December, 799, at Abloville, in
the Department of the Lower Seine, (France) where he had
. -J ..I, .t retirement, and in a fate bordering on want,
the celebrated M. MARMONTEL, author of Belifarius,
Moral Tales, and other literary performances. Hle died of
.In France, in .- j' poverty, M. GL'IL I. E.CA IN, whd
knew eleven languages, was a tutor of afironomy, hifilory,
geography and navigation, and author of- 533 farces and
fmill theatrical pieces.
In England, the celebrated MALLET DU PANT.
--SN T A E I
SONNET TO AFFECTION.
THOU penfivc fondnefs! ive tno f.rm h.- l ....
Extract of a letter from Mr. Patrick Tagert, to Andrew To fymnpathy and love ; to whom I owe
Lin.:..[r, Efq dated Cowetalh Tallahaffee, Creek Na- A fea of pleasure in this vale below;
tion, June 11, 18oo. Save fome few telling waves, which beat apart
"a Marks was furtendered to Bowles the 2ollt May Ot life's roughcraggy lore to cumbrous care
laft, and by the articles ofcapitulation between him and Confign'd; Arg E craggy hore to c embrou care
the commandant, the latter was permitted to march out, Con' nd; h FF EATIOA'S hail, eiglnly grac'
and with difficulty got an effort to fee him and his men fafe w th pahos pure A'S fovl has lighly gracld
out of the Bay. During the liege, Bowles captured two or it pathos pure as heavenly -*i"di c-i.. 3C Ia ;
three velfels laden with provisions and other flores, for the Thou who, exulting o'er her tender breafi,
ulfe of the fort, jull as they had arrived. Thy genial radiance pour'd'il with loibe bright,
Since Gen. Bo1wlcs got porellTion of St. Marks, the As when fair Cynthia, emprefs of the night,
Indians are flocking to his flandard fiom every quarter.-- (ExhauRled nature funk to silent reft,)
cven tihe PrI:c.; (f this town, immediately af er the. Colo- Sheds o'er the world her filver-vefled lay,
nel [Col. lhwkins, Agent-General of the U. S ] had gone Whilt olound her orb unnumber'd beauties play.
to the talks at the Tookawhatchees, flared down to. the R1&"> i >.).>.> .
mischief maker, with many others of the Tallaffees, Cuffe-
tabs, &c.&c. NOTICE
The Colonel arrived here the night before laRl from IS hereby given to the public, that the fubfcribers have
the Tookawhatchees; the chiefs theie have taken his talks, taken the FERRY from Long-lfland to Catharine-Slip,
and have promised to hold their warriors in icadinefs to (commonly called the NEW FERRY),--And whereas it
go with him at his call, and aid him with all their n. ;i, has been very much negle&ed heretofore, the public may
in leltloing peace to the nation, reducing the Semicoles now rely on the liict: tl: PrL t..r..:,, b.,h i J- by
and others to obedience, and expelling and taking every ST-' N I G :i td V'ATE R tE R P.Y
mifchief-maker that comes into their land. New-York, May to. on tf
Bowles's next design is fufpe6ed to be against
Penfacola, as he has now got not only a firotg force, but A MORNING S.CHOOL,
plenty of provisions and other flores." FROM 6 till 8, A. t. : ..,e You. LADol: aho
wifh to improve in Reading, Englilh Grammar, Elocution,
Exiraa of a letter from a gentleman in Auguftinc, to his Writing, Arithmetic, the Lle,,ien.t of Aironom and Ge-
friend in Savannah, Georgia, dated June a4th, 18oo. i ogtaphy, the ufe of the Gi r.u and M"ap, will have the
R friCtelt attention paid to their inflruiioi, ci I he lur.t'.:rb-
SThis place is at present in a confufedf late of alaim--- er, at his Seminary for Young Ladies, nr.i. 9r Brel.mn-
yellerday a party of Indians, (faid to be fcnt by Bowles). leet., D LY.
came within hall a mile of this town, and killed a man at
work in his field, fcalped him, and partly burned him,
and mangled him in a horrid manner, In two hours after '-!J I N P.: :k.l.p, b, APPOI I'ITMENT.
tlhe black General and his company went.in puiruit of the TI,h. T,ue -,.1 GeCrniat
favages, and this morning a troop of horfe under the corn-.
in,,.d ot Capt. Solana fat out likewise The diflieffes o! Dr. ANDERSON's
the country inhabitants are very alarming, and God only Famo s Scots Pills1
knows where they will end. Fal S Sc
COURT of APOLLO.
OR THE PROSPECT OF HOPE.
IN the downfall of life, when I find I'm declining,
May my fate no lefs fortunate be
Than a long elbow chair can afford for reclining,
And a cat that o'eilooks the wide lea.
With an ambling pad poney to pace o'er the lawn
While I carrol away idle forrow;
And blith as the lark that each day hails the morn,
Look forward with hope for to-morrow.
With a porch at my door, both for shelterr and thade too,
As the fur.nhine or rain may prevail ;
And a fmall (pot of ground for the ufe of the fpade too,
With a barn for the ufe of the flail;.
A cow for my dairy, a dog for my game,
And a pure when a friend wants to borrow
I'll envy no nabob his riches or fame,
Nor what honors may wait him to-morrow.
From the bleak rothern blalt may iy cot be completely
Secured by a neighboring hill;
And at night may repofe real upon me more sweetly
By the found of a murmuring till ;
And while peace and plenty I find at my board,
With a heart free from ficknefs and forrow ;
With my friends, will I (hare, what to-day may afford,
And let them fptead the table to-moirow.
And when I at laf muft throw off this frail coveang,
Which I've worn for three fcore years and ten;
On the brink of the grave I'll not feem to keep hovering,
Nor wi:h my thread wilh to fpin o'er again :
But my face in" the glafs I'll ferenely fiarvey,
And with fmiiles count wrinkle and furrow;
As this old worn-out fluff which is thread-bare to-day,
May become eye,lallt,.i to-morrow.
TO BE SAID OR SUNG.
CROSS-CUT'Taws and handfaw files,
As many as you pleafe, firs;
Hammers too, all very new,
And B3lron, for your flceves firs.
Razor and Sciffors of good (luff,
With Candleflicks and Knives, firs;
Bottles neat, that fmell right fweer,
Suitable for your wives firs.
Biltannia ware, that will with care
Stand by you all your lives, firs;
Toafting-racks, and pins in packs,
With glaffes for your eyes, firs.
"Watch-chains rare, fome made of hair,
With feals and keys of brafs, firs;
Afforted all, both great and fmall,
That they might better pals, firs.
Locks, keys, Buckles for knees,
Wjth pocket-books and purfes,
Half pint jacks, anid cal tin'd tacks,
And good elaflicTruffes.
THE Lord Bilhop of Durham, whole revenues aie
about 30,000ooo. fleiling a year, has published a receipt
to make SOUF!
The Bifhop of London, who, poor man, has not above
a third of that income, has generously presented the pub-
lic with a receipt to make YEAST !
There furprizing infanccs of liberality and benevolence
have called forth the following tribute of applause in a
Good Durham gives receipts for SOUP,
Good London for good YEAST,
But which good Lord gives BEEFor FLOUR
To make the little feaft !
" Commune with thyfelf, 0 MAN and consider vhere-
fore thou wall made!" -
SO few are the pleafu.cr ~, e rCinj in the present flate of
our existence; and thofe few fo fhort in their duration,
and trivial in their nature, that numbers, .'ckkned of Iife,
and unable to comprehend the design of their creation, are
tempted to question the benevolence of irs Author : but
certain it is, that the sources of moll cf oar rrmeries inl
be traced in the perverlion of moral and evrn rational prin.
ciple in others and our elves----and ej.ljy cerr in it is,
that we enjoy infinitely lets than we :might. The moral-
izing observer on the aiions of man, exclaims, Mifera-
ble viaim of delufion I while tr,-.- conlider-ll wealth as
the only standard of merit, and aggrandizement the only
force of happiness, thou art neglefing, in thy purfuit,
the finer feelings of thy nature, till b, inar$.;.n or counter-
aaion they become totally extinct: while with a
childish and ideotic absurdity of pursuit thou art panting
to grafp the vivid colors of the rainbow ; and to reach the
fpot where the earth and fkies meet, thou art suffering the
roles and bluthea which embroider thy path, in the firing
of life, to walle their fweets unnoticed and ungathered.
Slave to that world thou affecedif to defpife thy boafied
courage will not allow thee to think for thyfelf, and though
certainty of happinefs should court thee with the friend of
thy youth in a cottage, I hear thee exclaim in agonizing
perplexity----" What will the world fay ?"
For fale by Jihn Hl.iilTon, Peck-flip.
Horrors of Oakendale Abbey, Charlotte Temple,
Emilia d' Varmont, or the Neceffary Divorce,
Alexis, or the Cottage in the Woods,
Louifa, the lovely Orphan, or the Cottage on th: Moor,
Ambrote and Eleanor, Sorrows of Welter,
Galatea, a Paftoral Romance, (by M. Cervantes)
Paul, and Virginia, an Indian Story, Two Coufins,
Ambrofio, or the Monk, by M. G. Lewis, Etq;
Caftles of Athlin and Dunbayne, The Coquette.
Children ofthe Abbey. \'i 'id, or the Transformation,
-Ormrond, orthe Secret Witnel's. Tom Jones,
Letters of Charlotte, during her connexion with Werter,
Camilla. Romance of the Foret. The Italian,
Evelina, Paul and Mary, Young Widow, The Nun,
Nature and Art, Gonlalvo of Cordova, Arundal,
Haunted Priory, Memoirsof a Baronels, Pamela,
Simple Story. Man of the World. TI alFoie',
Inquilitor, 0o Invilible Rambler, Fool o! Qualiy,
Myflcriesof Udolpho, Myflic Coitager. Select Stories,
Count Roderick's C 1tilr. Female Conflancy.
Edward, Madame d' Barnevelt, Sutton Abbey,
Zeluco, Maurice, AudleyFortefcue,
Prince of Brittany,. Caroline of Lichtfield, Baron Tpenck
Man of Feeling. Telemachus, Citizen of the World,
Sentimental Journey, Roderick Random,
Haunted Castin, a Caledonian Tale, Julia Benfon,
Vicar of Wa.'efield, Gabrielle de Vergey,
Netley Abbey, j GothicStory, Peifidious Guardian,
Warhington's Letters, Volney's Ruins, TEfop,
Campbell's Jdorney overland to India. Junius's Letters
Cowper's Tianflation of H-omer, American Spectator
Flowers of Modern Travels, Goldfmith's England,
Volney's Travels, Pope's,Homer, Night Thoughts,
Johnfon's Rambler, Zimmerman on Solitude,
.Goldfmith's Animated Nature, Thomfon'sSeafons
Winteibotham's America, Cook's Voyages,
Columbian Mufe, Godwin's Political Juftice
Mrs. Rowe's Letters, Pleating Infiru&or, 'the Hive
Milton's Works, A Father's Infiru&ions, Meffiah
Elegant Mifcellanies, Flowers of I-lilory,
Freneau's Poems, Humphrey's Works,
Jefferfon's Notes, Johnfon's Livesof the Poets,
Gibfon's Surveying, Jones's Syftem of Book-Keeping,
More's Geography, &c. &c. &c.
Perfumer and Hair Dreffer,
Refpeffully informs the public that he continueshis
bufiners at no 2 t9 Water.itreet, .earCtane-Wharf, wlhele
lie has for fale, juft from London, a complete affortment
of Perfumery, and Ladies Braids of all fizes and colours.
Gentlemen's Wigs and Scalps made on the Ihortelt notice,
Free AMas onryj
and for -ile by J. Hariisson, No. 3 Peck-Sl'p;
THE SPIRIT OF MASONRY:
Or, the ,1.i rlvty and Praf&ice of Free-Mafony.
Illustrated and explained in fourteen Letures, by Win.
-Hutchinfon, Mater of the Lodge of Concord, Barnard-
SANCTIONED BY THE GRAND LODGEa
This work is highly deferving the approbation of Mafons,
and very neceffary for them to prifefs : it is one of thofe
guides to pecfeaion in the duties of their calling, which
every person defirous of valuable iiformatiori, will find his
interest in confllting.
THE MARYLAND AHIMAN REZON,
FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS:
TheHifiory of Mafonry,from the eflablifrment of the Grand
Lodge to the prefert time ; with their ancient Charges,
Addreffes, Prayers, Lecures, Prologues, Epilogues,
Songs, &c. colleaed from their old Records, faithful
Traditions, and Lodge Books.
Compiled by order of the Grand Lodge of Maryland.
JACHIN and BOAZ:
AN .'.LUTHE7ITIC CEY TO THE DOOR
BOTH ANCIENT AND MODERN,
Calculated not only for the inltruliion of every new made
Mafon; but alfo for the information of all who intend
to become Brethren.
Who nine times underwent the moat cruel TORTURES
Sever il,,inlrd hv man,
And sentenced to the (G :I..-y .,* years, by command ot
the. '.',C/. I::/1 .'A\ at LISBON,
In order to extort from him the SECRETS of FREE-
From whence lie was released by the gracious interpofition
of his late Majefty: George 11.
Has removed her MILINARY from No. 13 to No.
Its William-fireet, (the houfe lately occupied by Mr Ben-
jamin I. Moore) where her culloners and others may be
supplied as ufual, with the following articles, on the low-
et terms, vie. Straw Trimmings, Silk and Cotton Gimps
and Trimmings, Frogs and Rofets for Ladies Gowns, Silk
and Cotton Girdles for the waift-.-with a general affort-
ment of Milinary as ulual. NB. Two or three Appren.
tices wanted to the above bufinefs. May 1. tf
JIJI1'Y 1 CooLt.LL,
LOOKING GLASS FRAME MAKER,
No. s1 Barclay-treet, near the Roman Chapel,
Has for fale, an aflortment ofthe moRl fashionable Look-
ing Glaffes, with mahogany frames, which he will fell on
the moll reafonoble terms. April 5, i8co. 97 iy
MR. PARISEN refpetfully informs the Ladies and
'Gentlemen, that, from his late improvement in that att,
and the great frccefs he has had in the Ihkeneffes he has
lately taken, he will engage to draw the moft perfea like-
nefs, and finely painted in.miniature. Should any of his
pictures not pio'e properly fatisfaroty in regard to the
likeneffes or painting, Mr. P. will requeft no compeifation
for his trouble.------Profiles, and all kinds of hair devices,
neatly executed. No 252 William-rlreet. 04 if
Printed and Pub'ilhed by
No. 3 Peck-Slip.
OrOne Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum.1