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friends, who left her to his bene- wringing their hands and followvolent care.
ing their families. Though a The expense and the dinger of great deal of their grief here by burying the dead bas become so cuniom is expresned by action, grea:, and the boards to mhe the pet it is dreadful when it pro. cohns so very scarre, that the ceeels so truly from the heart as bod is brought out of the house it does cow, while all those we by friends to the door, and the sce are friends of the departel. first man they can prevailon, car. No starors are called in to add ries it over his shoulder, or in h's force to the fun.ral cries: the arms to the grave, endevouring father who leats his son to dny, to keep prace with the long range carried his daughter yesterday, of coftins that go to the burying and lis wife the dyvlere: the ground at noon, to take the ade rest of his family are at home rantage of the great mass. To langusting with the plague, day the deu aviounted to two winde his own mulher, *pared hendred and ninety.
for the cruel sati-function of fel July 1, 1753.
lowing her otl-pring, s:ill conti
Dues with her son her writched The cries of the people for the daily waik. loss of their friends are mill as
July 20, 1783. frequent as ever ; nui a quuter
In the beginning of this month, of an hour passing within the ong to the incuen«ced rapes of Innentations of some new a:litter te parents, the events consectet! mourner. No more mis aic
with it is su meil a m're lorrid Suid in town at present for the currector, and in iea! of hinir s deni; but the cultus are collected cuflirs, this and finals, to tot.tier and piss through the make up the sad processin, five towel-erte exaliy at noon, when
or sin torises 116e l'ound to. the great ass is performed over ail at once, at a 119que cuit of g****, !l of them fistered on
air ani..l, and bit: 41:118.27 to fic triun, in ihr pay to the terra
the grde! (0!!
... (?) in tound. The horrors of the mwlane ili pussjon itarea
NMP !!!. inter to travel the daily. All of .. jodied in tica!!*** 6. mere
www.1, 1:.!ilarit of olej ?**shin pas to-t!.24, who hk. Dit mined
N .... I finale is the taus m. In what wouli fui the la:
ardel'hist tuled :: tan day., in anumpanying reBularly somn" re'se of his famis : l.fi vis is in lira, 1. not
10 pun, whil. firsprik of he is himself considered in the
th. f:i:'. I picy 13.h frat kas start of the plicue, "t sup.
**I priminelufine 1'?}, ferited by his bich. he mazail austr ietih Ji puit, parf bir liete his wife and eid.
son, line : irian's, insti...bin hint self the lus! of h.s rore.
tors.ce of the coil seppur os til ly toweo. wlup pirot's hae
0771 tl ir nitr'. !. hreinna.) been selaj, are woners ins abuu: com;iele innakes of de
Sel. 10, 11-6. !!) art, wirinther hair line and
or lor quisine, ibeir be spen, uying and la... inc. case priser er for
thirteen months, fron the begin. children were wandering alout ning of June 1785 to the end of deserted. without a friend! beJuly 1786), ne be availed our longing to them. 'l he town was selves of every opportunity to en- almost entirely depopulaeil, and jy our liberty; though it was at rarely two people walked toge. first, with great cau'i'in, that we ther. 0::e solitary berg puced ventured to alight at any of the slowly through the streets, hs Mourish gardens, or to enter at inini unoccupied by business, and Moorishi house, particularly out lost in painful reflections: if he of tonn.
lifted hi-eyes it wils with mournIn the country, the villages are ful suprize to gize on the empty empty, and those house s'ut that habitations ar und him: wurde have not been opered since the streets he presne without a living plīgue, and where whole families creature in them; fir beside the lay interred. The Moors cirred desolation of the plague, before it a greit number of their dead to broke out in the city, mny of the sea-shore and laid them in one the inhabitant, with the greatest heap, which seriously affected the inconvenierce, lift their houses town, till the Chritians suggest- and fled v Tunis (iliere the ed the idea of covering then with plague then rogei), to avoid li:ne, which fortunately the Voors starving in the dreadful fainie have ado;ted, but only from fi:d- that p:eceded it hare ing themselves dangerously ana Amonyet those let in this toun noved, as they con-ider this ex. some hrie bean suured to arknor. pedient a sort of inpiety, for leise the compassion and attenwhich eher express great sorrow. tion shean then by the E ylish
The habitations in the moun- consul. In the distresses of the tairs of Guerriana, inaccessille fanine, and in the liorrors < ? the except to the inhibitin's, remain plague, mauva sull-ri' : wreich, en irely deserteil. The entrances whose days hiie been span out to the livelings are so c.mpletely by his ti nely assistance, las left covered up with sand as not to be his nime on record at this pince. dischereil bi strangers; but they Persons site from perindung in are now re;epling, and the rem- the furnine who haie renant el nant of those in botlee' thence are sole poisensors of riperty by f re basle in: back from Turis, and dividend among their friend (.!! the dirts arounl, to recover nu swept off liv the plisel. p>$$ iun of these sringe re- Core forantito thank twish treita.
will expurpwjons of jov, ceiling The six of Timeli, aft's the him liniifcher) and prone to iligue, "ahibiel.n areari.co Mome: to life hi... lhet av nufully strikis. In som?" of the that bisid, s svinam thi mile he ho's to found the list vic- bas po:espe v thaim to benes ne tim, tnt hi prisl.cd in thom, litle hin., and w.ar a fait ful who hwinz viel alone, unpitied at'ac! 1194,1 to him, which there and 18,i-tallas in a state too is no delete they will sheus, in bid to be removed fro:n the spot, their ".1!, as long a he is in t: cir and were obliged to be buried country, where hey were; wic in others,
P O E TRY.
From the Third Canto of Childe Harold.
TOIRE was a sound of revelıy by night,
And Belgium's capital had gathered then
Within a windowed niche of that high hall
And there were sudden partings, such as press
they come !"
Laat noon beheld them full of lasty life,
II'r.d!en in a Coultry, situate in a rery desert Tract, by Captain
T. A. Anderson, II. N. 19th Foul.
Wirus this Choultry's ample space,
purse-proud lan llord's si ornful look;