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friends, who left her to his bene- wringing their hands an! followvoleut care.
ing their families. Though a The expense and the danger of great deal of their grief here by burying the dead has become so custom is expregned by action, greas, and the boards to make the let it is dreadful when it proje cohns so very scarce, that the ceeds so truly from the heart as budu is brought out of the house it does now, while all those we by friends to the door, and the sce are friends of the departal. furst man they can prevailon, mr- No strankers are called in tu ada ries it over his shoulder, or in his force to the fun.ral criat: the arms to the ura'e', endevouring father who lear's his son to dny, to keep prace with the long range carried his dau, hier yeatsidav, of costus that go to the buyings and lis wife the tv lcrore: the ground at noon, to take the ado rest of his family are at home vantage of the great inass. To langusliitig with the plague, day the dead nulounted to two while his own mulier, pared hundred and nimity.
for the cruel satisfaction of fula J'y 1, 1753.
lowing her oil-prins, s'ill conti
nues with her son her wretched I he cries of the people for the daily waik. loss of their friends are still as
July 20, 1785. frequent is ever; noi a quiter In the coming of this month, of an hour passing without the lunantations of seize new aillisted
oniig to their ease ratio of wourner. No more mlaws are
tie plan 112, the pics Corrected
with it assumed a mire lorrid su, in town at present for the curreter, aud insie: ! of shining del; but the cutes are collected
(oflirs, Trans and fills, to trutter and pass through the
make up the sad precession, five tou n-nie exactly at noon, when
or sin corses No lomd to. the great :918-i is performed over all it once, at n mos que cuit of golit, i!l of them friss nad on
0e anwil, and his to to ti wn, in the way to the burr.
the grouse! (ora (39) in 3 ground. 'I he horrors of the
$1lte lanted to thrortie malam hal pres.son is create daily. A line of consequency ic!!ird in tie atleet!! nere
1091, :.! car is of olej r'*ulio paeto-la, who has two mained
liit .... I finale in 1! tais ur la micol fui hela !
inil; ! r . l tirtis n day, in arenimpanyiny ri
mendomin, whil. tis apik of burly some re'se of his family:
If list it ll li:'. r., Il not he is himself considered in the
th. f:i.!. 1 pik?" .binat Lue! stamp of the placue, il sup.
PYT! Primelif Veam,
11-t !: ffll's, jon!! ni..hoppe
Clir Distri... hvernt, been selaj, are winste in abuu! con; icle images of de
Sel. 10, 1706. !!) up, wirinler hair lime and
p'r lon qual niin, ibeir beans peil, uyin, su la... inc. ise printers four
thirteen months, fron the begin- children were wandering alout ning of June 1795 to the end of deserted, without a friend! beJuly 1786), nebuve availed our- longing to them. 'l he town was selves of evory opportunity to en- almost entirely depopulated, and jy our liberty; though it was at rarely two people walked togefirst, with great cau'i'in, that we ther 0::e solitary bergpared venture to alight at any of the slowly through the streets, hs Voorish gardens, or to enter i iind un coupheil by business, and Moorish house, particularly out lost in painful reflections: if he of tonn.
lifte i lui-eves it wils with mourn. In the country, the siliges are ful surprize to gize on the empty em;ty, and those hot se slut tat habitations around him: Wire have not been opered since the streets he passed sito it a living plague, and where whole fainilies creature in them ; fir besiile tile lay interred. The Moors curred desolation of the plagua, before it a greit number of their deal to broke out in the city, mny of the sea-shore and lud them is one the inhab tant, with the greatest heap, which seriously affected the inconvenience, lift their houses town, till the Christians suggest. and fled w Tunis (where the ed the idea of curering them with plague then regel), to avoid liine, which fortunately the Voors starring in the dreadful fainie have ado; te'l, but only from fi:d. that p'ecelled it hure ing themselius dangerously an- Amonget those left in this toun nored, as they con-ider this ex. some brie bean spared to arknoir. pedient a sort of impiety, for lerige the compassion ed attenwhich they express great sorrow. tion shean then ly the E glish
The habitations in the moun- consul. In the distresses of the tuins of Guerriana, inaccessible faninc, and in the borrors (I the except lo the inhabitants, remain plague, many a suft-ri' x wrench, en'irelv deseriel. The e trances who-e dus hise been span o't to the levelings are so completely by his tinely assistance, t'as left covered up with and as net to be his name on r:"(tord at this pince. discrered by strangers; but they Persons site from periniun in are now rejseopling, and the rein. the finine who haie rented nant of these in bother thience are sole possessors op jriperty by fre Inaste in back from Tuis, and diuiden morgi'eir frien'. (.!! the dris around, tv recoser nu swept off ly the polig'iel. r)*** iun of these stane re- come for kirito nuk :: vin treits.
will appsjuns of jov, riling The cirof Tripoli, aftor the himuloniif.br) and priting I ligue, 'shitbledon rreira.ce Maromes to be from him. lles sav at's fully striki.g. In soms of the th it b.-d. Soins them lehe hogy "r: forf: dl the list vic- 1:43 pr*fend them to be the tim. tnt hal perpindad in thim, lille hings, and war a fait ful who haina vie! alorie, unpitied atach 17,1 to him, which there and 11 -t. 1. las in a state too is no dut they will shes, in bid to rerorei fioin the spot, their way, as long a he is in teir a'id were online to be buriid country where!hey were; wincia ou ers,
PO E T R Y.
From the Third Canto of Childe Harold.
And Belgium's capital had gathered then
Did ye not liear it: No; 'twas but the wind,
Within a windowed niche of that high hall
And there were sudden partings, such as press
they coire !"
And Ardennes wares above them her green leaves,
Ilr.lien in a Coultry, situate in a rery desire Tract, by Captain
T. A. Anderson, II. N. 19th Foul.
Wirus this Choultry's ample space,
The vericst wretch, while shelter'd here,
purse-proud lun llord's si ornful look ;