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A l s o , p a t t e r n s m a d e a n d s c r e w s c u t l o o r d e r . W . V. M . b e i n g a p r a c t i c a l m i l l w r i g h t , w i l l fu r n i s h c a l c u l a t i o n s , a n d a n y o t h e r in f o r m a t i o n in r e l a t i o n to m a c h i n e r y . C o t t o n M a c h i n i s t s m a y o b t a i n c a s t i n g s a t th i s F u r n a c e m a d e o f S c o t c h iro n . A l l a r t i c l e s o r d e r e d c a n h e f o r w a r d e d to a n y p a r t u f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s o r th e C a n a d a s . O r d e r s m a y h e a d d r e s s e d to W I L L I A M V . M A N Y , E a g l e A i r F u r n a c e , N o . 81, B e a v e r - s t r e e t , A l b a n y , o r to th e c a r e o f M e s s r s . E r a s - tiis C u m i n g & C o .— May 1 8 , 1 8 3 5 . 2t»8in6 I l I S S p l i U T I O N . f l l H E p a r t n e r s h i p h e r e t o f o r e e x i s t i n g h e ­ r e . t w e e n tin: s u b s c r i b e r s , u n d e r th e n a m e o f B E N E D I C T Sf T H O M P S O N , iu th e c i t v o f S c h e n e c t a d y , w a s d i s s o l v e d on th e n i n t h d a y o f S e p t e m b e r , in s t . R o b e r t IL T h o m p ­ so n in t e n d i n g to le a v e th i s c i t y , h a s d u l y a u ­ th o r i s e d W i l l i a m F . B e n e d i c t to s e t t l e th e d e ­ m a n d s o f t h e sa i d firm . A l i p e r s o n s in d e b t e d to th e m hy n o t e , h o o k a c c o u n t , o r o t l i e r v v i . s e , a r e r e q u e s t e d to p a y t h e s a m e to th e sa i d W i l ­ liam F . B e n e d i c t , a t t h c old s t a n d ; a n d th o s e h a v i n g d e m a n d s a g a i n s t t h e firm , w i i l p r e s e n t llie s a m e to h i m for p a y m e n t . W I L L I A M F . B E N E D I C T , R O B E R T B. TH O M P S O N . Sept. 10 t h , 1835. The. s u b s c r i b e r h a v i n g p u r c h a s e d th e e n ­ tire s t o c k o f t h u sa i d firm w i l l c o n t i n u e ih o W holesale & R e tail Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron and Stowe Manufactory, th r e e d o o r s w e s t o f M r . F r e e m a n ’s p u b l i c h o u s e , S t a t e - s t r e e t , a t t h o s t a n d la t e l y o c c u p i e d hy sa i d firm , w h e r e h e offers f o r sulo o n v e r y low tu r n i s , a v a r i e t y o f t h e m o s t a p p r o v e d un.l fashionable c o n s i s t i n g <d tlire e b o i l e r C o o k S t o v e s ; o v e n , b o x & c o a l S t o v e s ; F r a n k l i n s . A c . o f t h e l a t e s t u n d m o s t a p p r o v e d p a t t e r n s , D o c ­ to r N o t t ’s or H u l l ’s p a t e n t s u m m e r O v c u s . Also, S t o v e P i p e , c o p p e r a u d tin B o i l e r s anil T e a K e t ­ tle s ; D r i p p i n g P u n s an d ______________________ D u m b S t o v e s ; A s h K e t ­ tles; C o a l S c u t t l e s u n d S i f t e r s ; c u p p e r a n d tin .M e a s u r e s ; s h e e t iro n a n d tin O i l C a n s ; d o u h l e R e f l e c t i n g B a k e r s ; b l o c k tin T e a a n d C o f f e e P o t s ; p l a i n a n d j a p a n n e d T i n W a r e ; a n d an e x ­ c e l l e n t a s s o r t m e n t o f K i t c h e n F u r n i t u r e , & c . T h e s u b s c r i b e r h a v i n g b e e n a p p o i u t e d th e s o l e a g e n t fo r se l l i n g Stanley's Patent Rotary Stores, k e e p s a c o n s t a n t s u p p l y o f t h e sa m e , u f v a r i o u s s i z e s , e a c h o f w h i c h is f u r n i s h e d w i l l ) a s h e e t iro n to p fo r b a k t u g b r e a d , A*c. w i n c h h a s b e e n fo u n d by u s e a n d e x p e r i e n c e , to b e as g o o d a s , arid m u c h m o r e c o n v e n i e n t titan, un y o v e n fo r s u c h p u r p o s e s . T h e s e S t o v e s , b y m e a n s o f th e s u p e r i o r i t y o f th e i r s t r u c t u r e , a r e m a k i n g th e i r o w n w a y iu t o g e n ­ e r a l u s e , n o t w i t h s t a n d i n g th e v a i n e f f o r t s o f th o s e s e l f - i n t e r e s t e d p a r s o n s w h o h a v e e n d e a ­ v o r e d to p r e j u d i c e t h e p u b l i c a g a i n s t t h e s a m e . T h e A d v a n t a g e s o f S t a n l e y ’s R o t a r y C o o k i n g S t o v e a r e briefly d e t a i l e d in t h e follow i n g ex t r a c t o f a l e t t e r f r o m C a p t W m . A. H o w a r d , o f t h e U. S. R e v e n u e C u t t e r M c L a n e , l o th e S e c r e t a r y o f th e N a v y : “ In answer to your inquiries in relation to Stan­ ley's Rotary Cooking Stove, I would beg leave roost respectfully to recommend to the Department the adoption of those stoves ior the Cotters gener­ ally ; tney are much less heavy, more convenient and economical than those generally in use. Fuel is an article that takes op the most room, ia soon est expended, and is more destructive in the boats of the vessel in transportation than other used on board. 1 hand you below an estimate of the com­ parative cost of fuel bstwsen the two Stoves. Amount o f fuel consumed by tho old Gal­ ley, from Feb. 94th to March 34th, 1 n o . $13 48 Amount of fuel consumed by Stanley’s, from March 34th to May 4th, being 1 month and 10 days, 6 50 Balance in taxor of Stanley's $3 98 WM. A. HOWARD, Caps. U. S. Bov. Cutter McLane. Now Bedford, May 4th, 1835. Expenes o f Galley 1 mouth uud 10 days, at tho maw ratio as tbo month, $16 64 Eapenses u f Stan ley's same time, » S DiftfMM i s favor o f Stanley^* \ W M H« will roof buildings with Tin or Zink i* the moist approv a l manner aad'on readaaa- Mu terms. W . F. BENEDICT. Seheneetady . Sept. 10, 1635. 966 ■ R I S I I L I N E N S — for sale v e r y c h e a p . by the subscriber. PETER ROWE. A S T f i l l N B O O T S A S H O E S A sm a ll a s s o r t m e n t o f ea s t e r n w u r k un h a n d , w h ich w i l l b e so ld u n u s u a lly l o w by _______________ A . V A N S A N T V O O R D T U R K S ’ I S L A N D S A L T . Q A A B U S H E L S b r igh t T u r k s ’ Island S a lt . A l s o . 5 0 0 b u s h e ls W e s t e r n C u a r s o S a lt, for sa le hy Sept. 8 TREDWAY A SPRAGUE. C o l o n n a d e B n l l d l n g a — S t n t e - S t . C S A N D E R S in - • form s h i s frien d s a n d th c in h a b ita n t s o f S c h e n e c t a d y an d v i ­ c i n i t y g e n e r a l l y , th a t h e h a s re-o p e n e d in o n e o f th e n e w b u ild ­ in g s la t e l y e r e c t e d b y _ M r . H o w e s , n e a r h is i o ld sta n d , w h e r e h e offers to th e i n s p e c t i o n o t i h is frien d s , in a d d it io n lo h is o ld s t o c k , a n e w 1 an d w e l l s e l e c t e d a s s o r t m e n t o f Gold and Silver Watches , Jewelry , Silver Goads, Cutlery and a variety o f Fancy Goods too numerous to mention; Mantle Clocks from seven to ten dollars. I m p r e s s e d w i t h g r a t i t u d e , C . S . e m b r a c e s th e p r e s e n t o p p o r t u n ity o f r e t u r n in g h is sin . ce r e t h a n k s t o h i s f r ien d s , for t h e v e r y p r o m p t a s s i s t a n c e ren d e r e d h im in h i s la t e lo s s by fire- N . B . C lo c k s , W a t c h e s , J e w e l r y , U m b r e llas a n d P a r a s o l s r e p a i r e d . Seheneetady, June 9 , 1835. 2 7 1 t f N e w Sidle-street, opposite the Schenectady Rank, H E R E th e su b s c r ib e r s h a v e ju s t r e c e i v e d , und w i l l k e e p c o n s t a n t ly on band a g e n e r a l a s s o r t m e n t o f H A R D ­ W A R E , a s fo l l o w s : S h e l f G o o d s . C u t lerv & S a d ­ dlery; C a r p e n t e r ’s and J o in e r ’s to o ls ; T e a Trays, Brass K ettles and Crowbars ; S h o v e l s , S p a d e s and H o e s ; P.ikes } English, Swedes and Ulster fiat, round and sq u a r e Iron ; C a s t , E n g lish , B l is t e r e d , G e r m a n , S w e d e s and S p r in g S t e e l ; I5r a s iur’s, llo r s e , N a il and S p i k e R o d s ; B a u d , H o o p and S c r o ll Iron, Arc. & c . IIE N R Y P E E K , J O I I N E D W A R D S . Schenectady, May .25, 18515. N 11. H a v in g e m p lo y e d g o o d w o r k m e n in the T i n und S h e e t - I r o n M a n u factory, t h e y w ill ex e c u t e ull jo b w o r k in th e b e s t m a n n e r and on the sh o r t e s t n o t ic e . G O O D S . Q fjfellE su b s c r ib e r has j u s t retu r n e d frum N . fo i Y o r k w ith a h a n d s o m e a s s o r t m e n t o f F . 1 L L w h ich h e offers for sa l e u n u s u a lly ch e a p . P E T E l l R O Y V E . September 14. 1.835. B l a c k w o r s t e d b l o n d e d g - JNG, a first rate article, for rale b y s e p l l P E T E R R O W E . M c l o t h s & C ircas­ s i a n s , for sulo very cheap by •c p l 4 P E T E R R O W E . \ B L A N K E T . R O S F . P O I N T sale lo w at se p l I lor P E T E R R O W E 'S. W 1 E R I E A O H I O C A N A L T R A N S P O R T A T I O N . P I L O T & T R A D E R ’ S L I N E S , VIA KAIL-ROAD, F R O M A lb a n y t o S c h e n e c t a d y , in c o n n e c ­ tio n w ith th e R a il-R o a d L i n e o f T o w - B o a t s 011 th e H u d s o n R iv e r and a lin e o f S t e a m b o a t s an d S c h o o n e r s o n L a k e E r ie. T h e a b o v e L i n e s w i l l sta r t T h r e e B o a t s D a i ­ ly , from S c h e n e c t a d y a n d B u f f a lo , f o r t h e p u r ­ p o s e o f f o r w a r d in g p e r s o n s an d p r o p e r t y to a- n y p o i n t o n th e E r ie an d O h io C a n a l, W e s t e r n L a k e s an d C a n a d a , an d P r o d u c e from th e W e s t to N e w - Y o r k . T h i s m o d e o f t r a n s p o r t i n g p r o p e r t y h a s b e e n a d o p t e d b y th e P r o p r ieto r s o f th e s e L i n e s a s p r e f e r a b le to th e A lb a n y ro u t e b y C a n a l, in p o in t o f e x p e d itio n , an d a t n o g r e a t e r e x p e n s e to th e S h ip p e r s , a s h a s b e e n fu l l y te s t e d dur­ in g th e p a s t se a s o n , b y th e P i l o t a n d o t h e r L in e s . Proprietors o f Pilot Line .—Jonathan Child, J o h n M . H u g h e s , H i r a m W r i g h t . Proprietors of Traders ’ L in e .— H e n r y H . T r e a t , R o s w e l l C a r t e r , S a m u e l T . A t w a t e r , A m m i D o w s . Agents. — H u g h e s , D o w s & C o . H ira m M c ­ C o llu m , New-York; H o m e r C o l l i n s , Albany; H e n r y H . T r e a t , Seheneetady; A t w a t e r A C o . Port Gibson; R . C . J a c k s o n , Palmyra; R .C a r ­ ter , Cartersvillc and Buskndls Basin; J. C h ild & C o . Rochester; S c o v e l l and S a x , Lockport; P r a t t T a y l o r A C o . Buffalo. L ib e r a l a d v a n c e s w i l l b e m a d e o n P r o p e r t y to be forw a r d e d to A lb a n y or N e w - Y o r k . April, 1 8 3 5 . ____________________ 2 6 3 T R A V E L I N G B Y T H E ~ M O H A W K A N D H U D S O N M A I L B O A D - 1 8 3 5 . H U M M E R A R R A N G E M E N T . D c i ' a k i c u t s >KoM A lb a in v. t ilM rl:u» cariM^es lYuni 115 8iul*-t>lieel. At 6 J u Y l k . A . N l 9 ** “ tu S a r a t o g a 1 1 • 44 81 n ti 3 ss P . M . to S d i d l o g u 10 J n ti 5 44 44 it P . M 64 U ** f x c ’l S u n d a y * k it <4 n (( it ti it 44 S f f o n i l ctaxH carriage* lYooi c o r n e r Quay and G a io.evoorl-sireeis. At C o ’clock A. M. D e p a r t u r e s from S c i i e k e c t a i » t . Firet class cu n iu g e s livw jS e c o n d class carriages Si.itc-M. termination At 5 o ’c lk a . m . to morning Gi “ *' [boal “ “ low boat 1 2 | *• “ 3 “ f. M. e v e n ’g boat 5 “ “ ex . Suudax 6J “ from freight depot near canal. At 44 o’clock A . Nl. 6 « “ 8 “ *« I U “ “ 2 i “ P . M. 4 i A n d 011 th e arrival o f t h e w e s t e r n sta g e s and p a c k e t b o a ts. F a r e th r o u g h i n f ir s t c l a s s c a r r i a g e s , 5 0 c e n t s . A n d in t h e s e c o n d “ “ 3 l £ “ U n t il further n o t i c e , p a s s e n g e r s tak in g th e C l o ’c l o c k and 9 o ' c l o c k A . B l. 3 o ’clo c k and 6 | o ’c l o c k P . M . train s from A lb a n y , in ay b e ta k e n to an y p o in t un th e S a r a t o g a and i k l i e - n e c t a d y R a ilro a d , in th e sa m e carriage w i t h ­ ou t ch a n g e o f b a g g a g e . P a s s e n g e r s for t h e north w i l l la k e tlte 9 o ' ­ c l o c k A .M . train from A lb a n y : th e y w ill find sta g e c o a c h e s at S a r a t o g a ill rea d in e s s /t o t a k e th e m 0 0 to W h ite h a ll, or an y o t h e r iu lt r iu e d i- a t e p o in t . R e t u r n in g sta g e s w i l l l e a v e W h iteh a ll on the arrival o f t b e L a k e C h a m p lain steam b o a W , and o n t h e ir arrival a t S a r a t o g a , R a ilro a d c a n w i l l b e in re a d i n e s s t o ta k e tlra p a s s e n g e r s ib r tu g b to A lb a n y w ith o u t a n y d e la y . T i i e regu lar d e p a r t u r e s from S a r a t o g a t o A l­ bany w i l l b e a t £ 4 o ’c l o c k and 10 o ' e l o e k A B l. an d 1 o ’clo c k an d 4 | o ’c l o c k P . B l. M e s s r s . T h o r p e A S p r a g u e ’s b a g g a g e w a - g o o a w i l l b e in re a d io e e s at t h e branch t e r m i­ n a t io n , 1 1 5 S t a t e - e t . A lb a n y I n t a k e b a g g a g e t o an d from th e R a ilr o a d , a s h e r e t o f o r e , a lso a t th e ir o f f ic e , c o r n e r o f S t a t e and N o r th M a r­ k e t s t r e e t s , u n d e r t h e m u s e u m , at tb e ra t e o f 6 | e e n t a f o r e a c h ord in a r y aixad t r a v e lin g tru n k o r it« eq u iv a len t . N o g r a t u it y is a l l o w e d to b e ta k e n b y any p u r ler , d r iv e r o r o t h e r se r v a n t em p lo y e d a a - d e r th is a r r a n g e m e n t , in carry in g p a s s e n g e r s or b a g g a g e t o an d fro m th e R a ilro a d . B a g g a g e will Me taken to and from the Setre- neetady tasmioation, th a n y part o f th e eity, free ofexpeoce. A. W HlTNEY, »»«• AMmuf, April 16,1631. Slotf t NAN D L E W ICK, CO T T O N B A T T S J W A D D IN G , Sec. for sale by the subscriber. sep l l 1’E T E R R O W K , D A R K G I N G H A M S — v e r v tiH tulsom e — for sale by s e p l l P E T E R R O W E . | A D IE S ’ P L A ID S IL K C R A V A T S , M.A a beautiful assortm ent o f colors, for snle vc- ry cheap h y so p ! 4 ____ P E T E K U O W E . B E A D B A G S — f o r su le ch e a p hy _*.'P 1 4 P E T E R R fiW K . B la c k , w h it e , g r e e n , b l u e Se B L A C K T I I I M T W O O L S I I A W L S , for rale u n u sually low b y P E T E R R O W E . LA C K 7 YV11 I F F , R K l ) , G R E E N \ A N D Y E L L O W F L A N N E L S , for - a le by s e P14 P E T E K R O W E . L O T U S , s e p l l C A r < s l 8 A T T I - NF.T.8, Sec. for s a le as usuul, very cheap by P E T E K R O W E . W O M E N ' S G A I T E K B O O T S . A very laig e assortm e n t o f U a i i e r Uooisjugi l e e c h ­ ed, w h ich Mill be sold c h e a p for cash bv M om 1 8 . A. V A N S A N T V O O R D . W ” A T E K C ' K N l E I V ' l ' . — W a t e r e m ­ in e n t c o n s t a n t l y 011 h a n d a n d (or s a l e b y th e s u b s c r i b e r . G . Ci. C A R L E Y ’. M a y 13, 1835. 1 | | B O X E S 8 P R 1 0 1 C A N D L E S J . V — 1 0 b o x e s H u l l S o u ’s P a t e n t C a n ­ dles, 20 boxes T a llow Candles, 20 boxes Snap, 3 c a s k s p u r e S p e r m L a m p O i l , fo r s a t e by Sept. ri. T R E D W A Y & SPRA G U E . P E G S . — A n a s s o i t i i i u u i o f P e g s j u s t r e ­ c e i v e d , w h i c h \\ ill h e so l d by th e b u s h e l ............... * K V A N SANTVOORD, March 31. F e r r y - s t r e e t n e a r U n i o n . K I P S K I N B O O T S . - — A g r e a t q u a n t i t y o f K i p S k i n B o o t s o n h a n d , w h i c h w i l l bo sold w h o l e s a l e a n d re t a i l , at t h e l o w e s t p r i c e s fo r c a s h , bv Mar eft o l . A . V A N S A N T V O O R D . C 1 A L F P E G B O O T S . T h e .sub- y H c r i h c r is c o n t i n u a l l y m a n u f a c t u r i n g th i s a r t i c l e lro m $ 3 lo $ 4 , 5 0 a p a i r , w a r r a n t e d . — P e r s o n s w i s h i n g an v w i l l p l e a s e c a l l a t March 31. A . V A N S A N T V O O R D ’ S. W A N T E D J M L 7 I E D I A T E I i Y * , by th e s u b s c r i b e r , a t t h e R a k e F a e t o - ry, 10,09(1 fe e t o f 1.J in c h B a s s l ’ l a i i k , s u i t a b l e fo r B r o o m h a n d l e s . F . II. H A M I L T O N ^ C o . Schenectady, July 20, 1835. C ’ A U P E T I N G - J u s t r e c e i v e d a l ^ g e a n d s p l e n d i d a s s o r t m e n t o f s u p e r f i n e , fine a u d th r e e ply I n g r a i n e d C a r p e t i n g , o f n e w p u t t e r n s , fo r s a l e l o w by Aprilti, 1835. J O H N O l I L F . N . W i n d o w b l i n d s . — - J u s t r e ­ c e i v e d uiul fu r s a l e , a su p p l y o f S p l i n t W i n d o w B l i n d s , hy July 1 , 1 8 3 5 . A . A E B R O W N . A L L k i n d s o f L a d i e s S l i p s , B o o t s , t&c. ou h a n d o r m a d e t o o r d e r a t t h e s h o r t e s t n o ­ tic e , m o s t m o d e r n s t y l e a n d o f th e b e s t m a t e ­ rials, h y A . V A N S A N T V O O R D . S f j l p i l O S E p e r s o n s w h o a r e in d e b t e d to tb e f o i s u b s c r i b e r , w i l l c o n f e r u s p e c i a l fa v o r hy s e t t l i n g tlie i r a c c o u n t s w i t h o u t d e l a y . A . V A N S A N T V O O R D . Schenectady. March 7. 1835. k j R O K E D S i A I i M O . V - J b o x e s S m u - Uud S a l m o n in fine o r d e r , fo r s a l e by July 22. G . CL C A R L E Y . E n a h e l l e d w a u e . - a «m « u a s s o r t m e n t o f E n a m e l l e d P u l s , K e t t l e s u n d S p i d e r s , fo r s a l e by M a rch 16, 1935. A B M . A . V A N V O R S T W O M E N ’S S L I P S — o f e v e r y variety as to kind and price, can be bad bv callin'! al the store n f M iy 18. A. V A N S A N T V O O R D . P L A Y s E E D - I ' L A X j ( E E D - TI 10 pubnci iLm;« in now piepared to IC- ceive Flax Seed at bis Paint & O i l S t o r e , N u . 83 State-street, for which he will at all times pay C A S H , and tho highest A l b a n y p r i c e s . Aug. .’II , 1835. E. L. FREEMAN. M E N ’S P U M P S . — T h e ditFereul varieties u l Men'* P u m p s , f r o m 7 5 c e n t s tip, fu r sale b y M d 18. A . V A N S A N T V O O R D . C N H E E S E - C H E E S E . — J u s t rtf- y ee i v i d IffOUibs. l i r s t q u a l i t y d a i r y C h e e s e , for sa l e lo w by S A M U E L G U N S A U L . March 2 0 . 1835. • > PC 1 1 L B s . B R O O M CTOliD, Mil p e r i o r q u a l i t y , fo r s a l e by S e p t . 8. T R E D W A Y & S P R A G U E . C \'C H I L D R E N ’S B O O T S & S L I P S — o f all rolois, size- and qualifies, for sale bv -Wiy 18. A. V A N S A N T V O O R D . C H A M P A I G N E __ A few b ^ t 7 3 f K e y A Laasieur brands nf superior qual ity, for aale by G. CA C A R L E Y . I C l f a K f a G A L L O N S P U R E C t D E R V L N - O f f I f E G A R , for »ale by Sept. 8 . T R E D W A Y & S P R A G U E . F l o u h . - k o barrels superfine Gene­ see F l o u r , fo r eale In- June 15. T R E D W A Y & -PR A G U E . ------------------- T H O S E persons for whom fortune* have been ordered, from the atate# of Virginia, Mary­ land, and' Delaware will please cull at No. 26 Stut«-*treet and receive tlie same. March, 3 1 ,1 8 3 5 . J. B R O D E R I C K C H E E S E ! C H E E S E ! C H E E S E ! J U S T .eceived and for s a l e , 16 casks containing 6 ) 0 0 0 lbs. of Cheese of a superior quality, (an early made aiticl. ) direct from n celebrated Uuirv »» Hetkiurr county. J . M. VAN SLY C K , corner ?epl 14, «f State and F errv-Mieet#. B R O O K I N G G L A S S E S . —— A com- B A plete assortment of Gilt, H a lf Gilt and Blahogany Looking Glasses, for sale at the New llard-W nre Store, opposite the Schenec­ tady Bank, No. 27, State-street, hy Jtt«y25. 1835. P E E K & EDW ARDS. i l A t W t L O C K S . Menecley’s Wr Patent Locks nf all kinds, for sale as low as can be purchased from the manufact­ urer, by ABM. A. VAN V O R S T . March 16. 1835. _______ _ C A B I N E T M A K I N G . A * E . B H O W i V , having taken the • Cabinet establishment o f BTr. Nicholas Yates, at tbe south end o f Church-street, near­ ly opposite the Schenectady Bank, will con­ tinue Uie CABINET MAKING business in ell its v a r i o u s branches. Sofas, Bureaus, Secretaries, Utiles, Stands, Bedsteads, fe . t p lfh t j lot tbo first s t y le ; all o f which w ill be sold oa tbe most accommodating terms. —«- D m . 31. 1834. IN D IA — A Poem. SECO.NU book . F o n d l y alas, v a i n m a n desires t o look In t o t h e hidden m y s t e r i e s o f fate, A n d rashly to unseal t h e iron book. W h e r e w r i t t e n aro liis d o o m and m o r t a l date. In m e r c y i t is c losed, and not iu hate. O h , bold, presu m p t u o u s m a n , eould'st t h o u foresee I he em b r y o sorrow s , t h a t s h a l l blossom late, T h e bitter f ruits o f th y sad history, T h o sw e e t s o f p r e s e n t bliss w o u l d as th e w o r m ­ w o o d be. W h e n th e y o u n g h e a r t like t h e . K u b a n string, W a k e s un t o m u s i c e v e r y breeze t b a t blow s , A n d t h e bright ey e , sees h u t t h e r o s e o f s p r ing, O r like t h e sun-beaiu on t b e cloud t h a t glow s , K i n d l e s t h e rain b o w on w h a t e ' e r it t h r o w s Its r a d i a n t glance. O i l ! fund en t h u s i a s t fear T h e r e is a canker-w o r m w i t h i n t h e rose, All t h a t t h e rainbow leaves thee is its tear, T h e m e l o d y o f s p r i n g is discord in t h y ear. Alas, m y soul i.s d e s o l a t e and dark, A ru i n ’d cham b e r w h e r e t h e relics lie, O f g o o d ly t r e a s u r e , ' t i s a sh i p w r e c k ’d bark, Drifting b e n e a t h a cold and w i n t r y sky, A n d all its previous cargo floating by, A n d h a u n t e d hy the spirits o f its crew ! All t h a t w a s fair a n d lovely to t h e ey e , A ll t h a t w a s kind, affectionate and true, A n d sh a d o w y visions n o w . passing in s a d rev i e w . F o r I am n o w fam i liar w i t h the grave, All t h e bright chronicles o f l i f e are t h e r e , All t h a t s t r e n g t h to m y feeble spirit g a v e A n d a r m ’d it for tlie t r i u m p h ov e r care, All th a t e n g r a v e d w i t h characters so fair M y happier years, has from m y vision tied. A w o u n d e d spirit, w h o , alas, e a n bear ! 1 d w e l l in sepulchres, am o n g tlie dead, A n d h a v e no w i s h b u t t h e r e w i t h t h e m to l a y m y head. O h , vvell-a-day, l o v e ’s t e m p l e is a w r e c k . No sacred tires upon t h e altars burn, N o i n c e n s e breathes, no festive garlands deck, A l o n e is t h e r e the cold funeral urn. In friendship’* h a u n t s I s o li tary m o u r n T l i e w isdom o f its con.sels, nnd tlie hand T h a t pour’d into t h e heart, w i t h an g u i s h torn, T t i e balm o f healing ; far from A l h i o u ’s s t r a n d O ld and g r o w n g r a y w i t h years I p i n e i n foreign land. T h e sta r t h a t s h o n e so b r i g h t ia in eclipse, W h e n A l b y u ’s wild flowers carpeted i n y path, A n d 1 d r a n k m u s i c f r o m tlie ru b y lips. O f l o v e and b e a u t y , and connubial faith Its m a n s i o n m a d e am o n g llie bloom i n g h e a t h , — ■Yi' p»’ I Ky , 1,0 trees, V hen hope was yourjg, and had u o t s u f i e r 'd s c a the, tie r e y e tlie d a w n , her w>r>g t h e m o u n t a i n breeze, t i e r voice tho billow y s o u n d s o f t h e melodious seas. M y co u n t r y ! still are nil t h y vallies fair Aiid b e a u t y still re p o s t s iu t h e w ild, ( nulling w i t h t e r r o r ; still t h e r o c k s t b o ’ b a re, A r e f r e e d o m ’s t h r o n e , as w h e n ou m e t h e y Mailed, A h a p p y am i en t h u s i a s t i c child. Still uncicrit glory consecrates tlic glen, A n d stiil r e ligion, pure and uudwliled, Has t h e r e its hom e , the cairn is on tho ben, B u t not, alas, for m e —th e y uro lor h a p p i e r m e n . T h o u hast, as w i t h a graver, to u c h ’d m v soul W i l h b e a u t y ' s etchings, and they brightly glow, A n d as I w u n d e r , and tiie s e a s o n s roll, 'I lie lines t h e d e e p e r and t h a fairer grow , M y j o y i n exile, solace in m y w o e , A n d lrom tho I n d u s f a n c y t a k e s ber flight, T o visit t h e e , and gu s h i n g pleasures flow, A n d e v e r y l o n g rem e m b e r e d sound and sight, C o m e ru s h i n g ou m y soul iii e x c e s s o f d e l i g h t . L i k e f r iends o f old 011 m e m o r y t h e y rise, T h e sw e e t g r e e n glen t h a t slum b e r s in repose, Tlu> bills t h a t arcli llie pathw a y o f tho skies, T h e m i r r o r l a k e t h a t in t h e sun-light glows, T h e noble flood, t h a t like tlie m o n a r c h flows O f t h o u s a n d stream s , m a jestic, deep atnl broad— T h e su n s e t clouds, a t purple ev e n i n g ’s (-lose L i k e angel m a n t l e s , iu t h e courts o f G o d — A t m i d n i g h t ’s s o l e m n hour, the planetary road! A g a in th y w a t e r s w a r b l e at m y feet, Again a w e ll k n o w n m e l o d y th e y sing, A n d oil, tlie voices to m y ear are sw e e t — S w e e t to tr.y bosom are t h e t h o u g h t s th e y bring, T h e passing breezes bear upon tlieir w i n g 'i'h e m u s i c o f m y hap p i e s t hours again, A n d touch m y spirit's sy m p a t h e t i c string, T i l l j t re-echo a responsive strain.— A sy m p h o n y of j o y iu ev e r y trem b l i n g vein. Again I w a n d e r on t h e m o u n t a i n heights, Sec n a t u r e on her gloom y ca n v a s s l a y , T h e season's tints, llie shadow s and tbe lights, 'I’he golden r u d ianee o f t h e su m m e r ’s day, S p r i n g s t e n d e r green, aud a u t u m n ’s yellow ra y — T h e paintings on thu w i n d o w s o f the sky, W h e n d a w n looks out, t h e h u e s t h a t flit a n d play, L i k e blushes o v e r b e a u t y ’s c h e e k t b a t fly, 'I’he purple o f tlie r o s e an d t h e ca r n a t i o n ’s dye. T h e arch i t e c t u r e in t h e m o u n t a i n rork, S u r p a s s i n g G r e c i a n a r t t h e m o s t refin’d, O n arch i t r a v e o f P a r i a n m a r b l e block, I b e sk y - b u i l t t o w e r s , t h e t e m p l e s o f t h e w ind, L e a v i n g C o r i n t h i a n model far b e h i n d ; .VimI ult o f T iiccm i or I o n ic fume. 'I lie v a s t conceptions ol t h e m a s t e r ’s m ind O f happiest t o u c h , com p a r e d to t h e s e w e r e tam e , Still varying, and still lair, w h i l e art is still th e same. Am id t h e u n b r o k e n • till o f Suhbuth m o r n , A g a i n I h e a r ( h e s h e p h e r d in t h e dell, [thorn, 8 ( r e tched oil t b e s w a r d , beneath tb e f lowering Read o f t h e sorrow s l h a t on earth befell T h e m a n o f woe*, t h e tears aw h i l e distil Allow n his c h e e k s ; — tiie m a i d e n h y m n s a lay, L i k e spirit o f t b e r o c k , an d an t h e m s sw e l l T o God w h o m a d e t h e hills, and orb o f d a y , In r i g h t e o u s n e s s w h o r e i g n s , a n d m e r c y is his sw-ay. Again ir. church, em b o s o m ’d in tlie wild, A m o n g t h e sim p l e hearted t a k e m y seal, A n d s e e t h e m o t h e r s m i l e upon her c h ild, T h e w h i l e s h e hears in w o r d s o f m e r c y s w e e t , T h a t children such as he for h e a v e n are m e e t. T h e r e all are blessed, t h e r e is t h e hoary head, A c r o w n o f g lory, in t h e genial heat I T h e lam p o f a g e revives, hy f u e l fed. T h a t kindles k e a v e n i y hope, an d m a k e s t h c spirit glad. A ch a m b e r of t h e palace o f t h e s k y . A m a n s i o n of t h e ho u s e n o t m a d e w i t h hands, A s s t a b l e as t h e t h r o n e o f G o d on high, It f o u n d e d on t h e r u c k of a g e s , s t a n d s , — T h e s c h o o l w h e r e tnen are t r a i n ’d for holier lands, And nature and religion walk the while. Together bound i n am a r a n t h i n e hands, A n d d e a t h u n t e r r o u r ’d beckons w i l h a s mile. O h , m o d e s t m o u n t a i n C h u r c h , glory of A l b i o n ’s i s l e ! T h e stars f r o m w i n d o w s o f t h e clouds is b r i g h t , T h o ’ e a r t h is d a r k t h e r e is s o m e s u n n y hour, In sorrow s sk y , s o m e w a n d e r i n g beam o f l i g h t , Som e solace dropping in a b a l m y s h o w e r , T o glad t h e w i t h e r ’d heart, som e blissful b o w e r A m i d life’s t h o r n i e s t w ilds is bloom i n g fair : A m i d m i s c h a n c e t h e r e ia s o m e golden dow e r , O n fo r t u n e ’s pinions borne to banish care, [there. W h en ull is culm, s e r e n e , for h e a v e n is s h i n i n g O h , s w e e t t h e m o m e n t s w h e n a f a t h e r s t a n d s . Amid liis kindred, and presents to God, W i t h solem n vow s , an d w i t h uplifted h a n d s , A child’in b a p t i s m t h e n is shed abroad H e a v e n ’s peace w i t h i n t h e Walls o f t h a t a b o d e — I h e m o t h e r i n l y pleads t h a t G o d w o u l d deign T o lead h e r s o n i n v i r t u e ’s o n w a r d road, And o f her prayer, s o sacred is the strain, A n g e l s m i g h t c e a s e t h e i r s o n g s in h e a v e n an d say, A m e n . T h ings are m o st fitly by their contrasts sh o w n , t b e s u n r ise that su c c e e d s the storm iest night h t t s m o st lovely; best the false ts know n Beside the true, the dark when near the bright, And from • dungeon’s loophole is the sight O f the green e a r th, a n d azure s k y m o st fair, A n d safety after d e n s e r is delight, A n d ease is balm y after blighting care. S w e e t to t h e ca p t i v e bird again t o w i n g t h c air. O n earth ia there a t y p e <9 h e a v e n or hell. *Tis there w h e r e Brahm in’s In d i a n w i d o w s b u r n And S c o ttish cburch-yard in the lo n e ly d e ll, The while the widow and the orphan a mourn, B e s i d e • father’s or a h u s b a n d ’s urn, T h e r e n o t • aieh disturb* t h e h o l y still. When ubetoTlbc well beloved return, Te frfryff d dost, God’s mandate to fulfil, Tbo’ witb conflicting woes tbe bunting bosom swell. From the Forlland Advertiser. L S T T S S S F R O M M r . BRO O K S . SOMBER IIII. TUtS GS IS EK6LAKD. Carlisle , J u n e 23, 1835. — After the fa t i g u e o f t h e n i g h t , o u r g o o d b e d s at B o r r o w d a l e a n d our w e a r y s e l v e s d i d not bid each other g o o d b y e till n e a r 12 o ’c l o c k . T o w o r k w e w e t . I th e n , s t u d y i n g g e o g r a p h y a g a i n . I d i d n o t c a r e m u c h w h e r e 1 w e n t p r o v i d e d o u r w a y w a s o f f th e P o s t R o a d s w h e r e th e w h o l e 11100 o i tra v e l e r s n o w le t l o o s e fro n t L o n d o n , vveru b e g i n n i n g to go , < t o se e t h e c o u n t r y , ' vvhich t h e y c o m m o n l y se e iu a p o s t c h a i s e , o r a s t a g e c o a c h a t th e r a t e o f te n m i l e s a n h o u r . A t la s t , c o n c l u d i n g t h a t vve c o u l d d i s p e w i t h m o r e w a l k s i n t h e m o u n t a i n , w e h i r e d o u r t a v ­ e r n - k e e p e r to ta k e us in t o h i s g o - c a r t to I)e r - w e n t w a t c r , — a n d w c c a t n c to th i s c o n c l u s i o n , t h e m o r e r e a d i l y , b e c a u s e th e p e o p l e o f th e h o u s e to l d u s vve s h o u l d see a g r e a t w a t e r - 1511 s o m e few' m i l e s off. YVe l e f t th e n th i s m o s t w i l d p l a c e o f R o s t h w a i t e , as i t is c a l l e d (tfnraitc is t h e n a m e h e r e g i v e n to a n i n c l o s u r e c l e a r e d j w i t h o u t s e e i n g t h e g r e a t b l a c k l e a d m i n e h e r e ­ a b o u t ; a n d s o o n w e c a m e to a la r g e r o c k k e p t fo r s h o w a t s i x p e n c e , ‘ i f y o u p l e a s e , ’ p r o v i d e d y o u a s c e n d t h e s t e p s . B y t h e w a y , e v e r y t h i n g in E n g l a n d , o f c h u r c h , r i v e r o r s c e n e r y , e v e r y t h i n g a l i t t l e o u t o f t h e o r d i n a r y w a y , is k e p t for s h o w , — a n d y o n a r e e x p e c t e d lo g i v e fo r a s i g h t , fro m h a l f & c r o w n d o w n to ‘ w h a t y o u p l e a s e . ’ N o w n o p e o p l e a r e s o i n ­ g e n i o u s a s th e E n g l i s h in d i s c o v e r i n g s h o w s , a n d tlie i r i n v e n t i n g t h e m e a n s o f m a k i n g s t r a y v i s i t e r s p a y fo r t h e s i g h t . N o w h e r e e l s e b u t in E n g l a n d , I a m q u i t e s u r e , w o u l d a p o o r c r e a t u r e e x p e c t to g e t h i s liv i n g b y ‘ t e n d i n g , ’ a s w e s h o u l d c a l l i t , s u c h a ro c k . A n o n w e c a m e to tlie f a m o u s w a t e r - f a l l , calle d in t h e g u i d e b o o k ‘ t h e N i a g a r a o f t h e l a k e s . ’ I p r i c k ­ e d u p m y c a r s to h e a r t h e r o a r o f t h i s te r r i b l e c a t a r a c t . T h e p r o s p e c t w a s in d e e d g r a n d a- b o n t m e . T h e in i s t s w e r e f l y i n g o v e r th e r o u g h a n d b a r e h i l l s in d a r k s q u a d r o n s a s i f some battle were to be fought in the sky by t h e k i n g o f s t o r m s . B u t I c o u l d h e a r n o w a ­ te r - f a l l ! O u r carriage stopped. A w o m a n w i t h a s o l e m n a i r , p l a n t e d a c h a i r n e a r t h e cart for US to a l i g h t fi o m it. H e r m a n n e r w a s so g r a v e , a n d all w a s d o n e w i t h s u c h s o l e m n i ­ ty , t l i a t I r e a l l y fe a r e d fo r a m o m e n t t h a t o u r o w n N i a g a r a w a s t o find a r i v a l . 1 p r i c k e d u p m y e a r s a g a i n , b u t n o N i a g a r a a s y e t ! A l l w a s quiet. I looked a t a lit t l e artificial p o n d w h e r e fish w e r e s p o r t i n g , — a s i g h t t b a t i s g i v ­ e n I s u p p o s e , lo s h a r p e n t h e c u r i o s i t y to se e tlie N i a g a r a o f t h e la k e s . A t la s t , w i t b t h i s exordium over, vve b e g a n to a p p r o a c h th i s Ni­ a g a r a o f t h e la k e s . I s t o p t a n d lis t e n e d , b u t for th e life o f m e I c o u l d n o t d i s t i n g u i s h th i s Niagara o f t h e lakes from t h e bull frogs about it. W e approached nearer and nearer, but yet I could not hear this Niagara of the lakes. A t last I s a w foam. 1 heard a little grumbling o f the waters. I found a s teep descent. 1 saw rocks thickly s cattered about it. T h e place was rather wild—but when I reached t h i s N i ­ agara ol the lakes, m y friend a n d m y s e l f s e t up such a roar of laughter, t h a t drowned all ‘ the roar ot the c a t a r a c t , ’ to the unutterable horror o f t he pour woman, who hod put herself in the m o s t solemn attitudes to describe this solemn sight. She ran aw a y from us in despair, as if we were some T u r k i s h Infidels, profaning the very g r o u n d on whicli vve t r o d ; — a nd when w>* returned, and gave our fee for t h e sln.w, I am quite convinced, that she must have feared e- ven money from such soulless monsters as we sceuied to be. Never be deluded a step out of your way to see an y of t h e Niagaras of which a n E n g l i s h m a n b o a s t s . As we began to leave t h e wild pass o f Bor- rovvdale, the cottages and the Ilalm.i (i slaads, or plains by t h e side of t h e water) of Derwent- vvater were in sight. T h e r e are \but few more varied views in an y place th a n the traveler here has, as lie looks backwards, aud turns his eye front t he lake to t h e mountain.-.. Tlie constant mist th a t ever seeni6 to hang ov.-r these m o u n t a i n s adds to t h e i n t e r e s t and g r a n ­ deur of t h e scene; and no where could igno­ ra n t superstition have more to encourage its visions and fantasies, t h a n amid such dark and doubtful abodes. B u t about D e r w e n t luke, some of the best o f English society has a s s e m ­ bled, again i l lustrating the love of, and t a s t e for, scenery which the English have. Elegant mansions, fields, beautiful walks, copses—all o f t h e b-auty o f the, English highly cultivated scenery is about this lake too. A s one goes up towards Keswick, and looks down, he seem# to have come lrom t he very gates o f a wilder­ n e s s , — or, as t h e p i c t u r e w a s w h e n vve saw it, to have emerged from tlie regions o f mist, to the r e g i o n s o f day— to have le f t tlie scope of the cloud# a n d llie s t o r m s where t h e y r. s t u p o n t h e m o u n t a i n to p s , a n d to h a v e lo u n d o u t a n a b o d e o f m a n w h e r e all 13 e x h i b i t e d t o p l e a s e h i s ey e . B u t lit t l e o f l a n d s c a p e o r p r o s p e c t i s le f t a b o u t h e r e u n a d o r n e d , o r u n a p p r o p r i a t e d . T h e is l a n d s o f t h e little l a k e h a v e m a n s i o n s o n th e m , a n d th e s e , t a s t e h a s a d o r n e d y e t m o r e w i t h p a i n t i n g s a n d s t a t u a r y , a n d all t h e o t h e r o r n a m e n t s t h a t w e a l t h c a n p u r c h a s e . T h e s e la n d s once b e l o n g e d t o L o r d D e r w e n t w a t e r w h o s h a r e d tlie f o r t u n e s o f t h e P r e t e n d e r in th e civ i l w a r , w h i c h c o s t h i m liis life, a n d tin- fo r f e i t u r e o f all h i s e s t a t e s . G r e e n w i c h H o s ­ p i t a l h a s a n a n n u a l r e v e n u e o f £70,()<)•). fro m a la r g e t r a c t o f th i s lu n d , w h i c h w a s g i v e n to i t by th e g o v e r n m e n t . H a v i n g a r r i v e d a t K e s w i c k , w h i c h ol i t s e l f is n o t r e m a r k a b l e fi>r a n y t h i n g t h a t 1 k n o s i of, w c j j c c a m e lb o t - p a s s e n g e r s o n c e m o r e . — S o u t h e y , t h e P o e t L a u r e a t e o f E n g l a n d , r e ­ sid e s n e a r , in r a t h e r a u a t t r a c t i v e s p o t , a b o u t h a l f a m i l e fro m t h e v i l l a g e , c a l l e d G r e t a f l a i l . H i s h o u s e i s o n a little h i l l , a n d b a c k o f i t , is a th i c k g r o v e . W e s h o u l d h a v e c a l l e d u p o n h i m , i f vve h a d n o t b e e n f o r e w a r n e d t h a t h i s w i f e w a s i n a s a d c o n d i t i o n , h a v i n g lo s t h e r s e n s e s , — a n d t h a t t h e r e f o r e u n d e r Buch c i r c u m s t a n c e s , c o m p a n y c o u l d n o t be p l e a s a n t . A s i t w a s , w e c o n t e n t e d o u r s e l v e s w i t h a v i e w o f t h e r e s i d e n c e o f t h i s d i s t i n g u i s h e d m a n , w h o s e b i ­ o g r a p h y o f L o r d N e l s o n w o u l d o f it s e l f a l o n e g i v e h i m a c l a i m u p o n p o s t e r i t y ; a n d w e t h e n p a s s e d o v e r s o m e p r i v a t e g r o u n d s , a n d by s o m e b e a u t i f u l v i l l a s to w a r d t h e f a m o u s m o u n t a i n S k i d d a w . W e le f t S k i d d a w , — I h a v e 110 p a s ­ s i o n fo r a s c e n d i n g mountains — n o w c o v e r e d w i t h m i s t , o n o u r r i g h t , a n d a few m i l e s w a l k w e w e r e in v i e w o f B a s s d e n t h w a i t e w a t e r — q u i t e a p r e t t y la k e w h i c h w a n t s h i l l s o r m o u n ­ ta i n s a r o u n d it, h o w e v e r , to m a k e i t p i c t u r ­ e s q u e . H e r e vve f i x e d o u r e y e s u p o n C a r l i s l e a s l a i d d o w n o n t h e m a p , a n d fin d i n g t h a t th e t u r n p i k e r o a d w a s fa r fro m a s t r a i g h t l i n e , w e d e t e r m i n e d u p o n le a v i n g it, a n d s e e k i n g a* s t r a i g h t a lin e u s w c c o u l d — c o n c l u d i n g tii a t a c c o r d i n g to a l l m a t h e m a t i c s , t h i s w a s th e s h o r t e s t w a y b e t w e e n t w o g i v e n p o i n t s , — a s o m e w h a t u n c e r t a i n w a y o f r e a s o n i n g 1 o w n a s a p p l i e d to w a y s b e t w e e n t w o to w n s . W e le f t t h e m a i n r o a d — a n d s o o n a tr e m e n d o u s r a i n o v e r t o o k u s , a g a i n s t w h i c h n o o u t e r c o a t s that we had, were the least protection. YVe entered the poor hut of an old Scotchwoman, or a woman who talked tffe Scotch, and in her volubility, taking us for ‘ cannie folk' she told us ali she knew. She gave us some milk, and rejected with scorn wbat we offered for pay —an unusual thing in England I can assure you. Her mother she told us, whom we saw, just able to move about, was 90 years old, her father with her too, was 80. Her family, she added, her fathers’ fathers, had built this stone hut 200 years ago, and hmd lived in i t ever since, * through rebel time an* a .’ My friend gave one of the children an American half dime, and then the old woman almost jumped with joy a t tbe sight o f the etrenge coin, * the like o’ which her een nee saw before.’ I do not doubt that she will long remember the two Americans whom she sheltered in the storm. The rein holding up, we sallied forth ecura, but it w ss BOW nesr asrk, snd we were males f r o m t h e l o d g i n g w e intended to t m s t . W e s t t e m p t e d i n v s i n i n s o o u t - o f - t h e - w a y a p l a c e t o h i r e s o m e c o n v e y a n c e , — b u t t h e o n l y m e a n s

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