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returned with some difficulty to Pres. swear, and to pray, by turns, and bourg, by begging for alıns!
finally concluded by sending for BroAlter liaving there in vain sought for ther Firmian, who arrived in great some means of subsistence, finding that baste; and whether it was, that he his religion was the chief obstacle to all employed the most efficacious means, or his efforts, and being actually on the that the disease had reached its crisis, point of dying withi famine, he yielded to or that faith in this case produced its the voice of despair, changed his faith, customary miracles, certain it is, that he and assumed the habit of one of the had scarcely entered the palace, when brethren of the order of charity.
the pains began to diniinish, and the gour, This timely step saved him; for hence by little and little, to withdraw. In forth be could not only live, but he found short, the prince got up, was able to himself entirely at his ease. As the walk about his apartment, receive comfraternity to which he now belonged, was pany, and do business as usual, chiefly employed in the care of the sick, One morning, as Brotber Firmian wag be took advantage of this opportunity to waiting in the anti-chamber to see the extend his knowledge of medicine. prince, an otlicer of artillery made his He accordingly read, remarked, made appearance; and trom the first moinent observations; and, in the course of a few he discovered him to possess a most sinyears, acquired a degree of knowledge, gular and extraordinary remblance to that procured him celebrity. It was his elder brother, froin whom he had thus, that Brother Firmian, for so he been for so many years separated. But was called in the convent, distinguished this uniform, which announced a distinhimself above all his colleagues, and guished rank, still kept him in doubt; nothappy was the patient confided to his withstanding this, the more he looked, care!
the more he was struck with the resemAinong other principal estates, it se blance; and after he heard bim address happened, that the Pruce de Lichten- a few words to the Prince's valet de stein possessed that of Feldsperg in Mo- Chambre, his conjectures were fully con. ravia, where he passed two or three firmed, especialiy after having taken the months every year. Having heard a latter aside, and learned his name. great deal about Brother Firmian, he de- At length, becoming bold, he apsired he might be sent to him from Pres. proached him, asked him if his name was burg; and, being much delighted with not Schræder, and if he had not a brother his knowledge, his skill, and his conver- called William? The major on this hoe sation, he called biin in, whenever he came more attentive and condescending : was afflicted with any disease. The he demanded, with the air ot a man confidence placed in this physician pro- greatly interested in the question, whether bably aided the success of the remedies he was alive, and if his informant could he prescribed ; for he saved his life during give any ridings of him? On being told two severe indispositions, for which he tbat he could be approached still nearer, was richly rewarded, and thus became but without recognizing him; and, at enabled to serve his convent. But it length, on learning the particulars, he never once entered, either into his mind, exclaimed: " Good Heaven ! is it you! or that of the Prince, that he was the and in this habit? O my brother! my brother of Schroeder; and since his apas. brother!" tacy, a certain degree of shame pre- Having said this, they rushed into vented him from keeping up any commu- each other's arms, uttering cries of joy nication with his family. On one hand, he at the same time. The Prince de Lichtenhad little or no intercourse with the stein, who was in his library, heard the court of the Prince while his Highness noise; and, enquiring of his domestics, resided at Vienna; and on the other soon learned the particulars. On this, Major Schroeder, although he saw his pro- he summoned the monk and the officer tector daily in the capital, yet never fol- before him; commended their frater. lowed him to Feldspery, his presencenal affection; praised their respective being indispensahle at the military school. merits, and concluded the scene, by as - But a severe fit of the gout having oc suring them both of the continuance of curred during the winter, the Prince de his support and protection, as he feliLichtenstein, after trying all the physie citated himself greatly at having two such cians of the Emperor in vain, began to valuable men attached to his person.
424, 335, 616
399 | Bankruptcies, monthly lists of 90, 193, 287,
386, 508, 603
303, 405, 406, 409, 517,521, 525, 629 | Baronius, remarkable assertion of 16€
150 Barrow, Dr. anecdote of .. 158
50 | Bastille, anecdotes of the . "429, 540
407ceedings of the
366 | Baths, discavery of Roman -
624 Becket, absurdity of Thomas à
282 Rexidoes, Dr. memoirs of
215 Berkshire canal, state of the
528 Bibles, incorrectness in printing of
the new edition of .. . 144, 225 Blondel's account of the reconquest of
.. 379/ Normandy
long 198 Boat, improvements in the life
297 Bolton, account of the Duchess of
353 Books, analysis of curious
556 Boracic acid, description of the
29 Boringdon, Lord, improvements on the
50 Botanical reports 1 917, 470, 550, 64
Argens, memoir of the Marquis D' 574 | Brand, Rev. J. account of
14 Branchwayte, A. account of
600 Breck ockshire, improvemeats
277, 384, 482, 603 | Brest fiect destroyed
322 | Brevity, rule for judging of
Asthma, on the treatment of 72 Brewery, accoönt of Me
631 Coffee, history of
106, 633 | ......, excellent substitute for
........, vindication of the 326 ......, foreign mode of preparing 316
277, 381 | Combustion, instances of spontaneous 71
38.1 Commercial reports 108, 215, 315,417, 528,
.........., on literary
5.54 Compson, Rev. T. account of .. 208
........., on the prevention and cure
Cow, anecdote of a
573 Cowley, Mrs. memoirs of
97 Cummins, W. remarkable account of 512
371 Davy's, Mr. discoveries, account of 176, 271,
196 .........., observations on .. 355
159 Debrors, released from confinement
ib, Diseases, monthly reports of 7%, 182, 285,
383, 444, 607
481 Dogs, account of a curious old treatise
311 | Dunmore, Earl of, account of the 462
273 Dunning, in Perthshire, earthquake at 174
303 Earthquake in Scotland
123, 257 | Folly, various terms used by the Greeks
Fothergill's, Dr, history of coffee
.. 69, 369, 590 ..., C. account of .. .
51 French bulletins, on the ..
235 Future state, evidences of a
335 Galvanism, its use in recovering persons
.. 538 Gardner, Lord, account of
196 Genius, on musical
Georgia, history of
129 Germans, on the ancient
322 Gibbon, Mr. original letters of
654 Gilman, Rev.J. D. account of
Glass, account of a ponderous fint
3. 530, 642 ........, reply to
410 Grass, valuable qualities of the fiorin
107 Great Britain, political state of 80, 183,
397, 504, 640
360 Greece. on the early lyric poets of
228 ..... iambics, oa i e..
494 , proverbs
: 305 estate of
43 Guildford Agricultural Society, proceed-
107 Hamill, Major, account of
195 Harvey, $. Necopot of
306 Hastings, accougt the bottled
489 Haywood, Elis acconat of
510 Hart, on disease of une
621 Henkin, Mrs. character of
ib. Henry the Second, memory of
ib. ... the Sixth, embassy to
630 Herbert, Captain, drown
Herries, Rer. John, eng
629 ...... speech
401 Kirkbridge, Rev. Mr. account of 518
426 | Lamb, description of a remarkable 405
310 Lancaster's plan of education, observations
406 | Lawrence, Dr. account of .. . 402
999 | Laws, ancient mode of recording 438
...., observations on the poor 319, 459
295 | Lead, improved mode of drying white 331
601 | Lectures, ayrounced 68, 70, 174, 375
$15 Leeds, bills of mortality at . 98
......, relief of she poor at .. 519
302 Leicester Agricultural Society, meet.
Lessing's works, critical survey of 455
Letters of Lady M. W. Montague
...... of the Duke of York ..
Libraries, sales of .
207 Life boat, description of an unimmergi-
553 1....., Sir W. Charges's improved 70
651 | Linen, machine for washing ..
426 ...... fund, extension of the .. 487
173, 280, 371, 484, 597
282 LITERATURE, HALF-YLARLY RĘ.
TROSPECT OF DOMESTIC
312 ....... Lord Lonsdale's Memoirs of
Memoirs of Robert Cary, Earl
of Monmouth ..
233 .. De Motu per Britanniam Civico
Annis 17 45 et 6, Liber
History of Miranda's Attempt
tu effect a Revolution in
South America . . .
. Maurice's Modern History of