'lllt ;* Z..--
-'. -' :' .
the tr ;Wip^s;Tea be upAGh-the sfp: 6A
till tIh.lI n, s Si, 'h-g in. t est a .RT_ -,
scatteini its gold upon the tr l.sA a- nd3'- .
orti ei.roves-of ti-e AlhambraraBL then"
.0i 1~ntpl~ ceise-d be6ore P.Lhe gtfom&L--- '
door,-and as it oph:(-dlbthe lone,ma.?: -d
.cd ts arms upon hisg breastind i' Jt'. f-,"
gali ered upon his bt'd6,-'.-nd -he- Mu.mped,.-
upon the- floo? oU11f2.the --sgddows "in-'y
black pool hmftnged46-_i trreeu"ir" ntw,i; ^.
an.d tb.e grim .skeletonse.-hbk some .." -T. :1
clotted mildew', fro*m-' fhiir biaes t. .:. -
once more his, lcWe ints-down.- -- ...-::,,
But no .one save a pale, slight-girlfntr L..
ed,'zand tha & door --was. deised be tin.o-er .,
with the same sulIen. 'cr.efak.. 'TI-l; '.
knelt dovn.beside'hii '&n4."v :iZ. t 4 --
.arfris abou'ty nhek -and -0*aVspei; m%^ '.^
fuAy--n hig ear, .. .a:' ,-v .
;. .Abde~ah,! .VAal^ "^^
An~dthoektnnfe.W~tsonor~l..Ced .uE-gnd_ ^.-" -
tdar started1o hbi di "ey? q- he marmar--:- .:."
aaf_tat Ve-.^V his breaingfi -.
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ng.cmhns,. the terimsit'tll be
.otlbrp obta n i ng five paying
vethe t 1Advvt.ris.er for.9ne year.
As %lvber t-ni-. dat i ths..
,". wil e t-'ne at i h fl
not otfr gr'rtcious kin,'v Mohammed, brotl:""Ilt
all the nobles to his-ti Tast'1, Ali who (ill
all the land is nobler ,than B-n Zc.'ri.-'i
"Fools! tlhe eV-,s of hatred lpie-,'e thi' r.2hl
the night. thot-N'h! bl,:--k as th win2' 0
"We mils[ not t-irry longer Iore," re-
Sponded the other, olancinoi suspiciouslY
toward the couch, I_.,it the -hlaek robe !zf,\-
no sign thcAt there wa;>. lil b, en;th, sa; ,:
be- q.iid<, u'r..t.,ui^ii:^! w hen.-H",,n, h,,1
"brefath silote aga-inst i "t.
U" ponil thy s-,S ull, -,ill not th'v1 -Tn tic'-
rest upon yon---"andlthe stranger fin-
ishied on11N with a .ii-.ering smile, and a
moti,,n with his sword.
"Stand thou.l.. ," 1t,,rn,:, the men-
fiercely, "or I:,y ouI f'Ot th,",t ilt '-'Ite
this insult to onr i:i,-ter, thou, wilt
filnd lhii no weakly tie"
"Baise I1orn th, ', inbt'et,-r iath now
no lark -if lhi'aifis ,_upplkid with fuunris
quiiH't-d fi-mln the r,,ial gol,luts, Of M,,i', ,hi-
ed",t. H,: h11lh staiii.l his e.-,.ut>. ,.on likh
druiIkeness, anl n,0W d,,'ln to, th, du-I
witlh l n, th'lt .I in i-,i'x ck lli-. id:liotic bab-
I-i g1, --- Down, t Iolwn, I say "
"FL-low !" sh'-,ut.d-d tho lea,:lrr to hi.i
nien. "Follow mI:,, ;11d 1at Ilii-. p ril-let
hi1- cist lurtl i-' hiftlrance in .our way.".
"Do.,w. n t., thl,. ,Iu-.t ith liini !" llhun.
.'de he.urnk,o ..ahid Wta'1in1 Iis bl.laIh-
.,bo, trf,, ln-,it. it1h aJ e
woundedd h.9rward an-d )Ii"leT-the cfou ,
tile grouidill. Overawed. the men shrank.
I ck, Ibiat as if r,7iij--njleriiigtjh.:-it (Iinty,
ith.,.ne long hissing sound their weapons
flg.;hied front tihe sheaths, an.ci.ran,.g loudly
uporn the :xtuidh:ed blade of tihe d.tiler. -
"DEathi to himno" thev shouted : bilt
with a sneer of Mitter di'ir'ion he drew his
cloak more closely about him, and in a
trice his sword pa.-sed through tlie heart
o0' their leader, bearing him backward to
"Come on to death !" they shouted
"tC.ome on to death, and I'll build a bul-
wark of-your,_skulls!" and'with the woe~is,
the next foreimost wunt down upon hii-
"Tis Abaddorn!" tl,..y cried." "Ti.
Abaddon, and hlis fi;,',*s against u.s!" 1,-!
with fearful foot.-,teps they fled precipi-
tately down the square.
"It."is well I" murnmred lie, cooly re-
placing his wveapon.'" And-now for "t,:.e,
B n Zegri4.-" 1 ) .. ..-
Pushing:aside thgovertu~tned couch, he
.knult beside th.- proe-trate man, who lay
siaring ltalf blindly as though bereft of
reaso n- "
^ "Ben Zvgi',!" he hissed..
. For a tneinent the unsettled glare res-
ted upon the speaker, then with a mighty
effort he staggered to his feet and w.Lh a
ferce,'cuaei:, h.s-hand sought the hilt of
- "Ahi !-ibdallah the Aben-cerrage!--
Dog; dravN iT.st I cleave thy skull for-- "
It'. yee.ld frward,.then leaned upon his
wu',;Tpn, without the power of further ut-
teian,. ifr the drunken frenzy of his.
b,ain had sow; fi,'-P upon his lips.
'-W~e!lsip,'>k,-,I, slneered -the other, "but
-m.-tt-b-n~ r ,'inu haist t.irried long at the
win,' ,up, A I li 13 r n S TV L. Ci ;-- I IF'r'-r-n rt ni c I L 6
distracted -thy vaunted I)hlegm ; in shokl
t-hou art too far bewildered to keop thy
feet. Shame, shame on thee, Ben Zcgris,-.
and though thou be'st a claimant for a full
sihare of our hereditary hatred, 1jiit thee
---PJr thy weakness. I scorn mysdf that
ever I slo.uld even hated one, .whose blood
itad grown bufouled with the humors of
'lohaintmedslustful wine. Shame on. the
Uiather's grave I saoy4 for ,thou art lower
than tile cw-sed Christian dog who chokes
-his manhood in the. bow12- ..
..The .mad'ning- tauufs seemed to force
clearly'dperiihe muddled channels of Ben
Z&'gris' befiighted intellect. A- scowl -of
untempered hatred fixed. upon his brows,
.arid the ba,il~l,: firpfof. passior, writhcd:
Jike-'serpr.t^.3"r~oin hid-eyes. ":
' "Thou Ilei^.e';:.oor-," he- thundered, "i
'am buit weary, wth carouse, noryet so dull
Lw~as7s,', ,r6r to'lef(eicve thine a~b enee fro*
l~her fe-ast, nor ;.c't..the c-ause. Abdallah !
Ib~ti'e were-.S"t'er jattferieslon thy tongue
tffnigh't,' ttij. roya'l- Mohammed would
:lRave "careaf'te ,,hgirV'-
**Wha'tr'ineane'st thou ?:'" .,
: "iThere a:.often shadows fall- behind
.the" arias, fitm b,ai -Ith.-'lipe of man.--
:Sofwt, ldo fill the eart',, tbhen the shadow
aod itts reality arte gone, but "thoso wolds
n-t inM tn'the heart
I ^^.~a -jathtloq pies to eavesdrop, on
+s. Ben-e^.ffnd Bis-freee -mw.V
fWrfr~left~.4e^sh- Oght dfsane
In w iI "I I II DB I Jb i1 ie I weul d "aI^
. oh e lt t '& rn ( ,.A. : ": -'-
tI est ... ,not the sc..ope of theZe=ori's ji:t, If
i, I stl ik, thee ;i mo,,re t,.,I. .- l%%"" I II wu IInd
t rth ,i ul ,t~l,_.-r s '.i,';t-rt, it nII l[,r I ,- Iit ito
tie. h.) I,- ,n will w .,rk w I tII i. h1v
f" veins-'- t lS ,iat [ .r-, k.
"And v tile fi, -n.Is of ,.l ;ne-s, th,,u
shalt if'-t I ln- t f-i ir-1 tin, in i- tl le ,-li .lne'l!
- D raw ,,r thy l.,;i.......i I ie 'y thy It,:,I ."
* "W\ I-iat o, Ir Ib Ir, ys.,fi of i I'ar Sw i.,-:tvIr
. I V,.ll t'i;Ill '- vt N :iV !"
t,- i.-:. d9t'.,'dth L.nF'.lh*Ius I 1,.aM lj t ,..
1;i 1 *!- ,1| 1 rh.. hI-inl ,., tih l el? ,l, w it], the
* I 'vy hilt ol ili sword. Bel Zt..ri,. ...nt
dovn urp:ron tle.- ,st,:, .es, .'n'! t there, Iiliid,:d
,.i.,-'I:y with M~,,,l-mn rk, weiu tll,-- aI n s
of tile A. !:, .ni:.rr i :>Is. Furiously, in a :1,-
lirium of mr;/dn,:.-.-s, di,_ .'-bd;>]lah'l.hout in
trium plh, as hi.; eye ,?:Li,.it si.J.i. t ,'f tIL
i lmtel'ul ,:iirtn.te.rs indclilbly fixed on th..
te iii l ';,-s o f ]-ii.; Iu ,-.. T l i,..n o r, c .. ii o r .?- ^:-' tl
eri~n(;' on Iiis cl,;& h, .e strode hastily On-
war,] to thle ,lar,: vf M ,hI.-,n l ,_l.
"Oh fite, oil-fate," he iiur 1ni1ir,, C 'grant
mi- 111t this on~e triunl :,ph, anI I a-k n,_>
"\Vh,, l~ *-,:,,* th in the ,l,..a;rl ,:,f night ?'"
derm ail, d, ( lu seiitili>-l.
"A fri-nd," "
."Noi,. go within tile parlace gatrstill
. tLte i ngrnii ,a waia,,h ,ip,,i thi- wnllis.,'
&"I h\-e :,buiness- of .pipurt with the
kin', 'ur master."
"Thou naYL-.,!, not enter.,
_-:^"I ltel tele u nve aside, or our monarch's
dis leisure sh111l Cost thee thv head."
"Pi: Oh, or I summon the guard," and
the soldier presented+ the weapon at Ab-
"Sl;ae, down to th' knees," hissed ti,
-young nolple, striking" it aside. "But stay !
here, take this purse for thy pains, and
know re 1s; Abrlallah, ;he Abencerrage"'
"Ahl, the king's t~ivor~te!" muttered
2he-:h.A lier, tur,,.iri,.&noi^- "F_-,ro ive me,
-ire; thy word is I,, .. Pass in," and
swin-ing the gate noiselessly back on*its
hinges, lie closed it after tile noble.
"The'fates 'tre propitious," mused Ab-
dallah. "And riptn, Isabelle, thou shalt
be fried 1'ron Mohamnmed's sensuous pris-
.,n.. A strong-armn it was that forced thee
to his a;i,.n but ; stronger onoshlil .e::-"
tiece !ro:;i ,'."
"Who goes within'" shouted another
"'T'e kino,"s fIavorit~e."*
Tilt: in,.;isured tinimp, as the Moor turn-
Id upon IlII-, Iieel, was the only sound with-
Il the palace gan .ien.
CII A P T ER II. ...
For full an hour, Ben Zegris lay beneathi
the colh mononbuamns, with life half dyinl`""
in its cells; but elp'Iv was near at hand.-.
His retainArs, having inu-lered aid fromiu;
the palace, hurried back from the scene ofi4
the late cq.iflictpr '?nd once more bqre tWnetr;
master on* e, his hall-...4.rtyIlv the."
lamp of' lifo seeing ,"i'Wn-g to the" sock-'
et; their, he arose from his couch, weak-"
and enlervate, but with a soul burninlg to'."
a madening thirst, which nothing but r'e-';P
venge could allay. There, upon his tem-".
pI's, stamped in the purple characteis,
was the deep-branded escutclicon of his.
hereditary fous, and a biltt r heatJ c-j-ll-d
',ii lI .-'U "~t T n -tt. ea" u.i .. Ii
',deadly seed., of royal anger should be s( w:tI
within Mohii;n>n'd's breast. Yet lie
drearnqd not that Cate itself might forest;ill-"
him. But so it was. Everoat .th:,t lhur,,
when planmfin-a fitarfil vengt-ance, the .
king's favorite stood, Damocles-like, with;^
the sword ol tempted doom hanging above j
Abdallah, though yet Young in years, A
knew full well. huw dce|), lhow sscathing: '
were the fires: of hem-ditary -hatr'd, and:"':
that Ben Zegris would not sciuple to stoop j
(6 any inmans, in order to bring about the
downfull of his family. And.Vow, unless
suecessrshould crown his hastily devis-.d
ischeti., thejealous monarch would wreak
thatt ruin vi bichi the Zeg,'is coveted.
-Scarce a moon agoue, tlhe youlg Aben-
cottage had iniet withl sabelle, the new fa-
vorite of the sensual monarch, at t(^e of
thel royal fea~sts. He had loved her, and
the few hot words that had passed between
them., in the absence of her attendant, haid
assumed hiim that Ihis passion was returned
willh equalI warnuh. The Moorish beauty .
found thiat the i .tposed shades of hiareciei
Iove guilled thie soul, whein a free consn-
ining passion with one of her own choice,
sellfreined," vl;,, to pe tfcund withiin the p~a-
lace wanhr S!.u languish... atiionlg the
gorgeouti splendors of hrur gilded Ipri,,on,
aind whenth Ib favorite tol1 her of the hap-
py rc'tuae"" ar eastern clime; when he
pourefd.,_ !w-s of his. idolatry into hier
wiyi~~glr,-'he longed to fly the shacklua '
that bound hier to one she could but loathe.
.And Abdallalh Had pledge@ i e,', on he
bonor of.-is race,that ere long, a thousand
;.!aesbshouakk-lik between her and Mi-
lhamiwed'&i:aem, but.now that life depen-
"ded on'J.imedjate ex.rtqon, there remained
no;.tclernBtive .buttitotear fro i'the pailace
bdforeltW m'rmnfii 4thh, 'or remain and
,iMafe hM-94airch's'-rao. To a desperate
,Bakn, heraj qwhq diflcuties which appear
,-i r 40 e, 1,nd deeda .from which the
^i0 _ W 4h..al.shTr1k in -horror, at an- .1
61hI ho b't'-te .f" the dispasRionate'
Oeve..ts of 11rif of -'ry day: o, with f
.no1,aq 9>e tread, MaIng. from
]a Ue;.t,.l'nni>.t .:io to* lin1) upward to
t ,lie zT. lIIiLt ,,ftl 11" ,lir ,l 1ili ht,-d chan-
,:-r1, vi ,tliti-t..iii-l"e,` li r eIh a ,.-ert1)ent of
t!,e l ,', 1- 1 j", 1i _tl ', ; bullt l]Ove krnowe lIl no
col1-ft-!L-4, a->-ld W't4i a 1bealinp__ heart, A i,-
d( ll0 il c, )i,-it.n ',.1d s,:-alinr;' th0 wali. trus-
tin,, t,, tlhe sl ,I,,w, ,hi.ch were",alreandy
s,-tt oing on the vet.T'rn, wino- to sheild hin,
lr,-,n i:,"yin,--' eyes.
1,1, 1 li..I,: .1 itr it notied the form of the
A ., I Wi ,.,!!: \.', .:, '-k f)..1l.-.n-ed'l. in his fery
l',oi;. rili thri-.,gh the gnri'den, and up t' o'
the I.. i K'rniv.its, and who I-w stood con-
S,'..Ali.-! ir. tl,.. v, ry shadows that he covet-
i], with .ti t l t ilna eyes, Gaazng U In wards at
h1:1.1. Sill, wih a steady purpose, he went
cl: I'll..:'ing, up upon the' hardy vines that
fist .t .1 on- i he -ou h stones of the tower,
btlt Wh\lii (', ,,1n ch lUomllent threatened to.give
w,,Iy, n-,ird hul himIdown to certain d estfruc-
riot,; still spured onward b v despair, -he
g':tin.,il the clnnne. A Iow tpp-the win-
dow slid batkwardl, and- he stood in the_
pres...,Lc or the royal favorit%'-,.. : d-f..^
'al,I.elleC II a-he1l*'e.!2 .., .his ,
dil~il->|i:r o'n li.\tie; V 'a'~ e etj
.',d tine ,, if) 'hN lip-.p.; "t nk t"i ,t&g:s
t ,int lI: -h-a-ti n i eq.-- ''" ...-... .1- 4"11 -'".
lah._-": '.ucli zir hoiu" ::'. "
'My ',,v,: Icr tllre 1 Tsn T ,esh0.. There is
<;ig,-." and I would shield thee from
'WI Vlt danger-?' said the favorite, point-
ing, hili to a s-eat beside her on tbe purple
cou,-h. ; ..
'T,,."Zogris knows of our love, and be-
fore tomorrow.s sun burns tpon Grenada's
.battlenents, Mohammed's ear will haVe
drank II the treacherous tale, andwve are
'But. I can interceed Mohammed loves
'11-- hoath his loves, but the hate of hates
is stronger far. We must flee the city be-
fore thr mrbrning chimes.'
....No, Abdellah; it were vain; and oh !
what fite would be reserved for thee ?'
'th,'n thou wilt not ?'
'I .-'.nnot !'
4)h Isabeilo, TI houcht fhiou lovedst in:
"b._.L.r i,,ar than this. But now- '
'Doll not love thee fondly-madly ?' Vex
claimleil tht passionate beauty, twining her
long slender arms nbgbuL his neck. M.
'w .ill sta-y.'anrd Ive his wrath,' con-
tin,iedlthe' -young noble, vehemently.-
Deathliin 3ts'most fearful shape, were pre-
ILcabi/n to ,lJe without thee. I'll hurl de--
rision iit is' threat.s. Live, Isabelle, livf
ha "Oil but when Iam gone-when thou-
hear-,es tt:failiiig of the axe-remember'
...tha(^lQ' thed';thev""perhaps too fondly.'
,_--For a "iiiom'ent she sat gazing abstractly
.1ikd 'Ve. xed child upwa.-d at the swinging
_einsr. i tt, were casting their haze of
wr-gId."upward amount; the nrabesquic
','"ing'8 of thejeweled dome; then' with a
I wy "&;sMe pressed her lips to his..-
.-.:'.Al.wil!ih,'she murmured, it was fjr
(j) y, se ;'ot Mine. But lead ,,e'where
..l.u.'ill''t; If death follow, it shall find
Te e .n.iTly-he drew her to his bosom, till 1
her lie trt --throbbed convulsively against
h~s,- '_. _.______,._ _
__ t k~nj 7ji -.,--. .-x i.. ... r^- ^ *<-,Ht';-^-, irn ( I -, :'
mun'i, red, lundvrly, 'and all shall yet be \.
. Biut hille.yet the words were hot upon
his lip thc.door was hurled inward from-
tit hin-es, an'd a band of Moorish sold~ivs,
bearing .flAur'bcax, rushed in and surr0 uhd-
W1 '&.libh;,-.hi Abencarrage, in the uame
-0. go ffc'ious king, I command thaT to 1
:' 2 ^ 'e r ?W h il c I h a v e life ,' s h o u te h e ,
jhrawi.ig his sword, and moti,,ning *them
Iba'k f','om the shrieaking girl. (
'Soldiers, to your duty !' thundered the i
ot',.er. I I
'B1n k to your kennels, dogs, or M ham-
mend --' /
'He is he,'o,'shouted the king;" striding
ar'oundt in htB purple robes: traitoro, lie is
hcre. Seize them, guards, and ,,ear them
to the dungeons the palace.' |
'lh.',i, Mohammed, owest thou not-my I
race ,..)ie debt of gratitude ?'I
Al,, what debt owev I to a traitorous
Whn r','ii."e!tthe f'oinl thine exile, to Ore-i
m,,.a's th,'one ? Wh~o beared their bosoms
1.o thie fi~e that thou mighitest reign ovcr
tiltin l_);',thne Abeni'cr,'ages stint .one1
drop 01 their half roya,! blood, that ihou
.nighte't be king 1 Tel me Mohammed; i
owcst ihcu not some lItlei gratitude for all"
'Awaiy with thecm, [ say, and o) ya
hea,!s, keerp cloytr watch upon theme' upl
guards throughout the city,/ aud -.rl
each ot" Iis race in sh t'k hts hbefore. ^
There is treason in the brood, and. it s
he ,'rushed before it spiringtfth to perfic
"Ein,,uuh false king, shouted the .b'ben- i
cer age, and hern- 'scorn thee anod thy. i
poiver. Come o:1, and aee how a,-man can. I
die. I .".
Seize. him, I Cay, ycllAie monarch.' hs I
face purple wit. hthirce passion that rah i
riot in his bqsof7 ." ]
The guards'* ounded forward, and, aere I
Abdellab con d tmake aq awgle thura" .1B
sword wa sJPatteted froni his grasp, aln i
Overpowee by. numbers, he was rotneto
the dun uon. ,
!An now, continued M3haminod.,-isa- i
i Ile w,th a frftl sBrOMAwll4t" 1
tl' ij| lI'^ in., explanation of this "
vasWtte low.rqlr '; "
hoU not a praye fr (or11 i
Erlke in a tfte so
ihathetinTvld. taIte& I
' listen I have raised thee above all othgX.rs
i of thine sex: I have ,,adelhe ,queen 0oi.
!all; and now thtlt thou hast betrayed my
trust, there shall be ,no tortul, too ex~iuisite
for thee. I do.'ed trwe foliihthroughout"
the garden; I watelwA-4-1iiin as he scaed
tlhe lower; I listened to the hot word of
passion, and lie shall di#----.
'Spare him !' cried s-e,, th;rO il Ig heri
self at his feet, spare but him, and I will
(li,., without a murmurr'
Spa'e him '? echoed the. king, with a
sneer. Ask Lhou ine first'to te'-rr.thejewels
from iy 'Crown, to glitter on the '! banners
of the christian do,2s. Nay, by my septre.
before tonioi row's sU,athbset behind the
city g-ates, there shall not breathe 01C -of
Shis cursed race throughout Glrenada. As
for thee. through shalt-find that though th-e
Mloor can love deeply, he can--hate as well
and with folded arms he then passed a--
way. I &I I .
liftT;..uOf twelYve -lie-i an'd uu-
EVrliT n.and 75 cenis lor e-ach
.6-. a 'c ri- r a
.-m,."i-.To yearly adverii,,erg a
lmut he.,paid f.,r before
*.i, can be ascertaifie',d
*-4^~ilv^^eii-nt ijrkt"] ith [lie
er iro- _.ii st'edsiiel^.vll be cTSniysd
OrhT," ot tft_ .ajaid-.i barged ac.drdingl.
B miauTe, for six BMoui1ts.........I&.. ..I, 00
oi or BitileAl-s. peer ah......... 10 00
^b -r. ^ B-r. 'r Creli I -o rs..........07 0
li.icai6hi or"leiters ol' Ad ini nist ration. 5 ii
ieidtiiuo |or.d'ismissaIl a AJminiltra tor 1000
o0a8 desifiring editorial notices for private
t wil be.ct!irged double. the rates of adiver-.
and purple-flushed upon the'e-arser -sky;
a messenger galloped, in hot -baste,. fq the
palace of the Zegri.% and was admuttted.
'What wouldst'thou with me.?, askad
B en Zegris, m 5o dily.. ..'- -' "
Our gracious monarch would behold thee
at his feet.
Enough !and the haugeety noble waved
the messenger away, and the sands within
the hour glass half had ran, he stood with-
in the palace. -.
The Abencerrag'es are thy foes, said Mo.
hammed, nervously. "
'Aye, sir.' .
'And thou thirsteth for thine hour ofven-'
The noble bowed.
,'Knowest thou, Beu Zegris, that thy day
of retri )ution is at hand?' "whispered the
monarch, with a frown, as 'the -bateful
more came back unto him.
'Aye, full well,' was the'haughty rejoin,
'Nor is thy hatred abated -that thou
wouldst apare the race, if they Were. ?rio@
before thee chai,,ed, 'and ty good'weapon
in thy, hand ?' ,
Sire, replied Ben Zegris, coldly, 'were
the deadliest foe of my house helpless- be-
fore me, this hand should, never raise' tie-
brand against his life; ,buit were we. on
'Hold!' spoke Mohammed, quickly, fro,,.
beneath his. clinched teeth; 'to niigbt r-
foes shall not exist, Abdellah-be whofn
I took inta,,my favor--curseS oi the, triitor
by my father I he shall die the death.
Ben Zegris, thou and thy race 'this day,
must arm themselves. Thy enemies lie
chained within the du igeons-thou wilt
not shrink from vedgen,'e. Do reckon
ii,- fi.p'e.'r.furned f~ie Zegris seormful-
*!ia- : a>d thou wouldst s;!ght the ven-
gence, tlh.at I offer thee V cried* the- king,
starting from his throne, and laying hig
hand heavily upon the noble's ar-n.
Beu Zegris bowed his head, and fixed
his eyes upon those of the -. monarch., un-
flinchingly, but in an instant the black tide
of !offg nurished hatred surged back. into
his heart. He pr-essed -4M "' n d to his
brow and with the touch he bounded -to
tiWe very steps of the throtie. "
It shal f be done I he cried. looJ ct Lis
the blood mark of the.:Abncrig5es,,dan'd".
mar the foul fiend sieaime if I 6sl4y not
one for every pang that it has'cst fe.
e'is well and the wily monarch agaln
buried himself in the purple bf hiathrone."
The Star Towei is at Grancda's wes
gate, and its turret. 46verlook the -long,.
groves of emerald trees that wave among
the gardens of the Alhambra. The'strangeo
place. is the Star Tower, and the Moorish,
traditions of half a century have peopled.
t ntophaNt of those who have rotted
in 1 _futl n g Up the narrow Ktqnib
staircase t thb upper room, and"
the back with a ezaa-'
choly ii| d hMig6. Thert-
i s i m ldd that's dongbli-
e weptt. "i YtSOUR-
s are dol.pO ll I AM6
hl i o n '6
icith~~ ~ th d mpba d i grte w, Aldf t w-i..A
bans..The~ieratee hIl VOLd and~
Ing a le upon 466*en-
ha sits' inouldedI,. .bl
notith grinalua fW
6wnoeeblail pooW. O eilll"
oYteiwih ha criamon ,rpW. tll_
with the 4 np .n.hs ",q -.i hir h"t-j lt- r
theg n, w ith I-WL
hands. Th~e ro "ea bbhead'i_p
e.Ks atthe ehaekles0n WS li~bl 14
teetkh, l gshtopthei MW 8l" l_-l!JMll't
comm fr~rm w]aiedth them.-" iA A
.. proachfully fixing er &ad ey)
, ',Cahs't thou doubt me in s| .
|as this ? hie pHed, cliApiffi :-,.._
-som ,.< "" ." *\ ^" ...... .... '"
Then abrade me not that I have: chosen
.death with thee. Dost thou fear to6die,'Ali-
dellah?' i -,.,, ,.- .. ....
The Vbencerrage halfstarted to his feet
and the proud light 3T conscious' valor
beamed upward from his soul. .
-'No. Isabelie'I'm no craven,' Ihe respon-;
ded. ,But oh, this is bitter,-that I should
'fallby the ,hand of one whom I /othre with-
out the power -to cress my good blade'with
h is,$ \ ^ **.-' :^ ''.' *
.'Lok !' saic the Moorish maiden, draw-
ing from her -bosom-a jeweled-hiltte-d dag-
,*ger. ,)We shall cheat them yet.' *- .-.
ray of t iuiuph gleamed .upon the
wan-.eatures of the young noble. ., He took
th4 weapon from tier band,-and passing it
thrice to his lips pointed out- through the
grated wM dow,": -" --. .
'See he said huskily, *see, my own, the
sun is going down beyond the orange
grov,--we shall'behold its splendor no
mi-re. Art thou prepared Isabelie.
and-with her cneek renting aga;nst his owh
and his eyes fixed dreamily on the splenu
dorsof the" dying day, murmul'red, .1.'
'Farewell Alhambra,-AAbdellah, farwell
forever. _4* I I .
Then were the sQudsof two quick brows,
but no gasp, no cry of agony, yet the. sad
girl, the ngs favorite, and the lone man,
lay witk*!h;.dVt _tinged pool, motion- ". !
less .a. -till sth"at t i he l -".... : -_-
Befdre the last rof gold bad vanished : .
.fnom the-dark tuorres of. the Star tower, :%-
the measured trainIAAgsa was again .upon i.
the stairs, and once more the pondeioes : *.- .
.door sreakod .back-i, Oen Ben Zegrts d rt| "
pjng with hbum.fi gore, hisey~es bloodshot
and starting Jrom. their 'Sockets, bounded
ir.. But there was n6 need of his kindly :-
away. + -"
And still thb sullen. night wasted the
harsh notes of tho houily bells, .but Mo-
hammed stood uneasily upon the tessalated
pavement withth e.-.'- t 9f .an hundr
murders o,.his ,.in4. b -a. r...6 .
of the tair-Toy0 4."a. '^ hbk O d
chbsiged to crtflploy -','-.Muf *. i ""' !i
-skeletons'.,re'*s tariitlfwn^^puli h.
te. kk< riteh d
of thk eC]erraC] e s^ ^ l ".,. = '-, ^ .
USE Dr.. "4.,.
Ahe' elffect OF -D"
religious and obituary notice. ,%ill be inqar-
billB'forobb-Printing, muf-i be paid on de-
fT of tAm work.. +
'HE KIN-G'S FAiVOR.iTE,
'.- ",., *:- .O R ; ..
As,'r OFTHE ABiWCERG.ES.
N.. i.STOR/:tkA I. ,S K. ETCH.
T E R 1. ....
rvctjs1^^.v-6t,, an',:l ti3avy, came-Vie
d qr. Mkt~ogsl..ati-lte dt.ad.of night,
-g;^]_.j 'rka?,jj;ts.of 'Grena.da ;
outrji.rtiAm bhe.-;plazzo leadingo
Jalaee' f-Sf-l ntaied.VII, sliot- a giim
qwow.Q%^ritVe]Ktnt,; andl withh those
p-C.^^i^" 'dotfalk,. ..rou'ir the dim
bl" sl~o.y.-'iL, a' little band of. men,
-y.^^^^ ^^^0CI -'rqd w a -o:)b6
,i ,.u an f,.-n elio'.ith, it, r.rir e io, ,rst,
,*.,'irgghitmffe'J;?okid, Il~-i~iH-ii rt icuI--:,te.
it. i^ fi^tivuntrlie- stnl ')lwy strvets
be', ,t n- -. ,i i .ig .v.i ng
lal'd* -re-," - I Nri'i g a,,v -d
~ss I.rb-anri n -.of da rk if 1,1o n u i',"
l-1"-squheef". And die last sound
d rt, C-mrevel hard died away, the.
h.iloornusie .was hush-
ddkii"ngmnielody waned Lo a
-1,11 ad e' lielights l'rom
; 'i-.fjow NO .full& AYia ,
e areets. -ATM"Lv'
^'-aid, n' (rfo-'
^ t e (I To~sfe l
t iln ^-^ t Q
'.U9 i. to n to..
nijV ed,.-f',, fr-ad ; .-
fthfe fh:remn, way.s
o,.- i -
Faon~of'thi 'alace,. "Thrieb
ed-by the*ntinels: but
O. -io, .they dare#*not
,hitq.nt at..did bh.. gain
A"4.. spAht, their lives
IWaee th-eii easter's fury -
eS I.ed, and'stili with that
Wirease, leaaij6&to The open
eir'wjafiqb oivered the hlt-
-"I" II I
- :- -.
Feb. 5th, 1858.
The Morntons--Lattest New a.
The -latest intelligence from the Mdr-
mons is, that they are constructirig btack-
houses, ditclws,, &c along a deep and iWB--
row defile.through which the Salt Lake.
road passes.- calId Echo Canon, and tha
this-canon is now occupied by .3,,*.0 Moc-
mons, who are hntiipoating oin- approaehf
"Serio'is'apprehien.sions arej entertained,
here as to thle futo of several parties of
California emnigrants who passed through
Sa t lAike City during the past autuitn. '
It aippfars t'.a one of these parties,
nuimbering about leig-lty (mnen, women.and
children), after halting for a few days near.
Utah Lake to recruit their animals, re-
sumed their journey upon the southern
road. After travelling some days. they.
weru net by a part h of the Utah Indians,.
called "Pyttes," .friends to -tile Mormons,
who came into their. camp and demanded
.provisions. They-received -so& beef ah-d
went away, but returned the next day anr4-.
told the emigraiinthat the bener"hey ih
given them ivas poisoned, -and .theyb had,
come back to take revenge.'-. Tney -accor-
dingly surrounded the party ind- forbade
them going further, but finally consented .
to allow th--in onhe hundred hours to send
an eTpr'ess to Brigham Young, and agreed
to abide his decisionin the m.atter.
it he express was immediately desatch,
ed and returned with an'hnsker from th -
Mormon' potentate that the Indians could -
'disposu of tien matter as they pleased;.
whereupon they attacked t. emigrants,
but without any decisive results; The ac--
tion I-ad continued some time when a par--
ty of Mormons, headed by a Bishop, _fud-
denly appeared among-theim and offered.to
-act as mediitators, After a consultation
with the Indians, the Bishop informed thie
emigrants that they were at liberty to de-
parl provided -thefy-oild lay hasidi et*e'
arms, 'wlictf thy-yeluctantly. conipli'e
..val- ,i-,tno ,... l oir ,.tit anid nistols in -
-b their nivia
y which, the
r sources of-
.imated at $t6
Sthe, niatural-- effect of obvi-
ill fail to see that our 'career
s jitst began.
vast domain, which is larger_
rki, and about as large -s all.
and States together, sha!l by
timnate and soil, be populated
to her ability to sustain and
tizens. Wen the great sys-
-ys -wlich are now in contenm-
nder construction (whereby
county in in-r State, either
ers-d by the road itself, or
gabl.e.rive1i-s, willbe made ac-
shall have been completed and
,vastand ina .et, unknown
our country shall have been
d,-Wheq,,too, the vast com-
rig West, which is now es-
00, d00,00oainnnally, increas-
emitting favorites into their familiescircles;
it will sow the seed of discord and unhap-
piness, and as impressions formed in child-
hood are ever the strongest, be ware of.
implanting impression that the tide of time-
will fail to eradicate..
tion when I was eight years old. For many
day suafter his death I hovered on the brink
of the grave-I prayed to die; but God in
wisdom ordered it otherwise. I had no
mother's gentle voice to whisper some
word of comfort to my bleeding hest-no
mIother's lips to press my throwing ..brow.
She would come into nmy room sometimes
and touching my burning brow w;th the
tips of her icy fingers, ask coldly 'how I
felt ?' Her deep mourning dress cast ever
a more chilling diead around her,, and
always hrunk from he-r 'touch. My kind
Oldi nurse would sit beside my couch for
long weary hours; she would wipe away-
my tears and speak of heaven, my father's
bright abode. With words of comfort L
would sink to sleep with her hand resting
on my brow,.and I-teain of my idolized fath-
er, as a purified saint in the mansions of
During my illness, a little girl of my
owni age named Ida, used to bring bright
flowers to deck _my sick chamber; she
would sit beside ume for hours, and read to
me from some pretty tory-book, or sing
in a sweet, clear, birdfte voice. She was
a pale, etheriil looking little creature "iand
I learnt to love her fondly. After my re-
covery we were inseperable: we would
wander thro' the beautiful spots surround-
ing our home, and bild bright, air castles.
Soon Ida began to weary oFour long walks
shie would sit down on some little knole,
while her little chest would heave, convul-
sively, and a bright red sppt burned with
fearful brightness on either cheek. She
one day asked me to put my arms around
her, and she would tell me something; I
complied, and then shie told me she was go-
ing to die: that she was going to heaven
to rejoin my father and her little brothers
and sisters, and would wreath a bright gat-
land of flowers to be all fresh and waiting
for me; and would be so much more beau-
tiful than those we made of cedar and wild
"iYttoos conin" qe a
attns .o-t-nVe luV i t e , ,. ,
1-,471,. ........ : *r "
week as the-previoups
to -is 'at S25-4
fte w e ekfar4Tm;ska- .
mand th e 1 oe
h RON.:."--.--.-ne -argo .....
porW to~~~e^YoTw^ '. |3
las- woeek inga.p a aO.
.:..y.,.- ., -E_ r ,i 9,-; .- 'wd
~~ ~ ~~ ." .
not b ien me to -
fIHfON-n cato SwaH^
enthisi L U tock is
ig. in.thi s 4 I .
". [17DES -4 adva
thiried on li*ptwriwsh
sev eral erft'h or'd'
o*Pivigt ,te-tuo ibal
retaillers; we quote'in lotfroam-,.
at 10 to 10 a 1 -3cts.I
-ai^."~ ~ *r ^--'--* -- j^
:,'" -;'"- -- .' a"' -' -' ." -' -" : '' "-:
^., : -** -*^ .- .. .- . :. .- ^ "
r .. ...- : -.. '^ ^ .- -n .- ''- ^'-,. '... '- ,- .- *;
U4 MYQAAT rfs not'ftlind to
MC V, .* ous caused, W
..-r.' .. -,...- .. .of gr-a.tne.s i
.L ., .. *2 -. .. .. -J '-,-k --',. .. ,W hen ou r .
...... .... .. .. ..than New Yor
0& MR E~r145)fr~jthe Nevt Ingl
._ .. ... ,a ll ,,a.. .l.. c
,th _.C .1 ffe..n .m 1. "fp portion
.o r ,r_ ..r6p or
_,^ _:enf.l ,. of lg^a -tnelswa
M0. and Bwe oo f fedRi
vgrdrig oft giste e 11ii'and ur
rtnp ="!i:h py' '-a - 4hK "_e, n
-: ',= -.;:t- -.*:, *:%
= -, *-*' :=-;-. ., ,''--.-: .. .
Lord Napiier's eel ebratm In e -
riage of the Princess Roylio- Crtg d,
who,-if tlie King of Russi Adicsths- aS
-it-sa4,d he--wi-t,-fi'ofiilunacy y, favorobf
the Prince to whom she is iaarvied-will
*eb Queen of Prussia, was trftnskeendantly,
splendid. Some thousand aind fivashu.n-o
invitations were circulated. R srga;t
tives of nearly every nation oni te-face of
(lithe globe were present to mhil the event.
Th,; Levee of the President of the Uni-
ted States was grand too. They aife senmi--
mo.intlhly. His invitation is to the 'people,
and tle people without number Pock to
greet the venerable Statesman in his man-
Receptions are constant now. Every
evening some one of "the nobilityv enter-
tain sumptuously. On these oc asions,
exclusive of "private establishments" of
the.a'ealthy, thousands of dollars niN- spent
in hack hire. Of damages to finery and
costs of the entertainments no j tst esti-
mate can be made.
The weather is delightful and has been
for the last two months. Some attribute
it To the gulf streamnon which I had the
pleasure of reading a long and interesting
article in your last issne.
We have no winter except in.November
which was very slight-and in. christmass
when the snow fIll scarcely enough to
whiten the ground.
[ ( OMMUN I C A TED ])
icord<.tpoken in du( season, lhow good is it ?
R i' ofthvilad earth seems
.n. s ighit; the d an
,';'- 'c ws 'eee3 fro us then, zeal-
puS .'&u arde#it.t aits pelsue the
'aon^perffel -hf1 nd pauses only
when the dark clolfo disappointment
hovers darkly over us, and we can only
pierce its gloomy folds to look nmo-'nfully
into the past, and think sadly ofbright vi-
? l ... -.--':;:.,. :" .. - - -, -7.: -: ._ --:.7 --; -.
^ ^^yi^Jn~oknlew aiJTi~o iii "T>.
S ndy^ was^i it ur tow .
-k '*: eak ed^resonme tid-.i hwgiil.t(
'f "hol, and-at the raising of Compan ies- ti
;.. Souih ine }' I. .H |00i*oiut"
": .24 years age, ap ..yas Ra Tery 'Modest
etirit i 0 ng mer .
: L .. A.. '
A I w ". ii-' .- .. I -. I.
I:t is-qith no-if le, .ide-that every#iti-
,. f 'lorida .t ,Vt e. th .growing pros-
.'jtiy. of wr Slqte, whose. inmerits have
.n .-. long hid" obhcvurity, that it is
Recently she haheen ooked upon as
one of, -the sovetef'-- Statei of this great
g.ovletddiacy, ha.O been, considered more
a a common aippednat to the Tnited
"-, tates, fit.o- ly _r t.te .grazingrof .cattle
I andas. a habitation. for the .wild 1Sav age
S" "thatroamA lier :sits;. -Ier domain has
-.e.n considered l.by- .some as enmbracing
r yi' iJne baro6r--de.,titute of'soil, iutert-.
ed and, agmei ed,.by its growing pros-
perity, shallf,(becaUsec the law of CoUn-
rmelke Avili demand it,) make a thorough-
fare of ouir State, Rd empty her trade in-
to our .8 Port Citiues, for trade or impor-
tation,-and when the.South, tired of pay-
irg tribute to the Nortfli, shall seek to
build up an importation city of her own-
and when nature shall- have been- consul-
ted, and it is determined that, the Bay of
Fer'mnandinn, (as it will be if she is proper-
ly consiulted,) is the proper place for the
establishment oflsuch -a city I Then we-
innmay reach our maximum of prosperity:
ec Ok of the 35th
:iar 0 hre .;_
". ~ r;'an,_.;7 WO-ne e
s ;--"h*: quit,'es. ,ut thanks
... fi.s,. ofRail Roads, Steam boats,
PreEses &c., these dtl;sions are begin: rap-
idly 'lisp,.i. d. tHer pine barons have be-
The middle of th
.. t ;* ** -
nature around them It does indeed seem -. .. ... .
that nature had lt nothing-imdone which nidang -toimpugn the motive, that meas- ced here by the hand of his Creator o drag^ had given me warm affections, and it was
.- ressary-to-aTe iWble eas isdpatc dw ithmore vigor than outa weary existence, and Is, then fdn a nar- 4tM% ill that they showM n, spring
Sthe habitation f ia--Her oil 11r*tile r...hasany. A no scarcely .C .row home in the cold dark grave,- dr.aved to life. an-
and oroductive, her cimaite o.t ,,-;mnv- a and unwept. Perhaps I was impibns to other, who loved ine; %hen he told me of
-J. o u c t e r "nd: .
.,--._ 1._, -_. .. -,. .. .... <. .... ,.i, .. ,. .- ,_ t-, .. ] ,r .r,' I ". ....... ....... t .. "I,,,, -,.
Tag WASUITnlT'O Nu"ErT.-Yesterd-" quotations. There s a arstocrs o
the equestra.. !t,,tto of rA .,..GT, ..w.- ilasyoffered at 75 pe..bb
;,v:'tLcd to the suniiiit of it, pcde ta! in MOLASSES--,The.l'ft Sr1itlk
,the Irsec of at lrgc l concouc of tcsic- .last week has. been- .i' ,y ..c
***ti rir Th'li.-- iro;l!oit is crediblei to tIn( Iskil f i .. 1
: Florida; the spanish,:.w-rdi.r tidaik--or
rest: The laid of i t, tlhotligh as it were,
S. elected Jychi. ,e "i n u, nwith
what hatui'6r tdol1e'' We.
- sy.henr., herit iT o
the grl M .
-Ole n W
".b0.- 'le I,
ire st. .
fame .afd -.he emig T 1 '-
Pin fa" '1 ...
I 'rKP, ie^ybe Gfi-da'6re
ll; *^~ thq Usii^ i~s a
e i i* anu sU.jkl I ita U .. r.. .....-
attaclied ed. The s.'tcluded habits of m another
kep me aloof fromru our n6ighbois and I
dragged was thrown entirely upon my own reaour-
great as cos or society or amusement. X-was onenof
the mul- two children; but-my brotherAledeinif
but it is sCvel, years my senior, I was (thol an orft
h against ly sister) considered by no means com-
pani unable, or of much more importance,
rners are than te chairs and tables. I disliked my
'onstitu- brother, ,with regret I confess it but as I
s. Next am writing a simple life-history, I must
is a Stpte frankly acknowledge my own faults and
elligence feelings. I disliked him, because he was
t seems, selfish, harsh, and tyranical. He evident-
side,;-in ly regarded me as an inferior, and my
dys,- proud spirit constantly chafed beneath the
^Ldi- indignity: and yet these faults may not
have been his nature; but they soon foater-
Elouse of ed on his heart by the excessive indulgence
e into of ray mother, wholoved him too passion-
.ms- atelyto d*iover aught in his nature, that
ae was not pegket- I never knew & mother's
Love ? I belive she hated me; why I can-
t tell. I was ever dutiful and affection-
Sbh.Nlad crushed out all affbction for
Hfrom my heart by harshness and injus.
oe. Peduld ot strive against .tuie;
.1 presenesister east chilling dread aver-
.the ,.ane. .I was lonely, and my hait pinedfor
i' a singk.loving word, or kind care "but I
iepg -never. ivd it, my life was str"nge-4nd
T unpor-" reary, hf rm affectionp famr
q Con- wJye.d-rman prit Wal isolate,
!-, s heart-blightedand i r'unlIve-w
.he iiti Jof6Ad. unloved, At seveteen bAt.theWe
St Inte irld had- err loved We
ameqn., the4 w6re ny fat e1 1 i0% rPff t nefc
please, it makes no difference to me.' In plied for'divorce it Lincinnati up to tiv
a few weeks I became his wifo. No moth- instant.- A eporter says. Early in w
,. ,,.,. (ornin& the court root \\-a ihouged w^
er s kind kiss ef congratulation wlas ir- those ill-matched pairs who -looLtked an
printed on my cheek--op warma wishes thing else. but lovingly towardsone anot
prompted by afetion, was breatbed in my er. Frowns- disfigtird the fces whediya
ear. She pressed my jips at parting, but ,tiles should have been,. and-- those who
ea. Sh-rse m ~,* *.r *' should have wralked, band-4n-hand, adowp
twas mere form, and not the dictates of thu pathway of life until the- rhacethp
affection; fr- I felt the chll to my hieart.--- shores of eternity, took seat qa far remov-
many years have passed iince then--my ed from each other :as possible. They
mother is sleepingin the. sUent tomb wit thought it cont.minathing een, to sit in
mothe i^ sloll the sile tomb wit the ame, rom; tgethr, andtm hmweee.
the cold Iod resting heavily on her bosom; their eyes chnced to meet .theyw ahed--
the bosom where my youtnful head "was not forth the fire of love but that of hbte%
never pillowed. I wouldd not stand beside deep an lcaing,
.her dying bed and strive to cateh even
___. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ MMUM ,.,. .. .- am. Of "T91UPJUWo* R0Yorf,--,Ti.
on ray ofAcon from t s ,. faipg e predation for-tho aofthe Pl
that ever in life turned from me in coldness cess Royitof EZinglnd, wth the heir to
Oh, mother motherJ f I could think the Prussian orown, (on-tho 84th Janua- ]
of only one act of affection to make me ry,) are ont .great scale d, as on the i
fo ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ oc -Wt th .. .. ommnor brhser ti'a Uy s o am&
forget thisbittr part; butitmay notbe--, ^rments of Valte i- 'to the
memory refuses to call up even one; now bridesmaide. Fourteen -bestif4l braoe* d
the grave has closed over yqu forever, and lets Are being,manufactured- Tr, e q .. J,
it is too late. I have never met my ,oroth- 1sion, besides a larg nmber of Pis !d 1
r roocnms. Tlose AN omm n 4'em -t
er, since he has manifested go desire to ,ee eohlu b enamltheh er ,hpo,_,& ,
.me, and I keep aloof: tho'. have frpely, .n uin on, u ".ueTept the s-,,a -
forgiven his part in the blight that'rested easle alao in 1b'rillia80l 2-e _Ql
so coldly on "y hear t In youth. od "a mth PrincessI oll, "ar t
blessed we as we.and .o4tor aRV. ft n is sadd'to ij
genepous-husbandis, all m. hwrt coul ina Ai n.arriage b4 a-4ma6a-,t -i.-
wish, Twu"larligg chil doWD1O i fl r4 i *ft htrltit
bhory- iK 9fi adteri.":' At I.e im yrei ., -_: ,.. .
etab I bave :ee on cnotS -:o 'W1 mo$.-
yearning depths of tindernes,-toWd a ate f. m to k
golden Isaired-lttle-gf ibaf wy ^^S ^
leo waxwnS 14tire. d t 'P0 %i
&ad trmblioii. h1 j400 ^
and pnryed ferea 0a.God wteal
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.'slouild be no Uinjust criiiinality
to an allusion o0 the fact.
pi Aga the r l.a'vey question is
:id- -he-anioqsity is becoming
twit .is-not exclusively on
rAtioufQonstUttiOns'of .Kana is,
%a_ 4 -y -.b ,_6f4 .ears -Nort
-outh.and Soulh against North.
'.-"T'rom.Ast accounts the Souther
,torioirs, they adopted their C
p a. have elected .their officers
.i stbe admission githe Territory a
6.I-W.the confeddrady.- This int
l..161 pu'cify the sections, buti
ofrm manifestations on either
either Ifouse,-for the last few
'Sincelits recefpt, that, tender
.rectly to.-the contra
Plgpn tale ve*i
in propeller 8 8Ie un
ed. .. : ,i". M
fld lt 0i"8llop!
New Yrk. @p -i .
, for'therl .Qter A n
do, to't M atyof
U ,." moula.fly
ter I ius gon, God in om
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