The young General formed his men at once, they had tasted powder before, the One Hundred and eighty-fifth New York and the One Hundred and ninety-eighth Pennsylvania.

When it was the Four Hundred and Ninety-eighth Night, She said, It hath reached me, O auspicious King, that "Bulukiya landed on the island and walked about for a while, till he saw a comely young man with light shining from his visage, sitting weeping and lamenting between two built tombs. How few things thou hast seen in thy life compared with mine.

At last he rode into the capital and as he passed the temple of Amon he heard loud lamentations, though he had learned on the way that the plague had ceased. What many a sign told him was confirmed at last by some passing guards the first prophet and high-priest of Amon, the grey- haired Rui, had died in the ninety-eighth year of his life.

He expended a mint of money in the attempt, And Shahrazad perceived the dawn of day and ceased to say her permitted say. When it was the Three Hundred Ninety-eighth Night,

He was approaching his ninety-eighth birthday when it was suddenly borne in upon him that the end of his life was at hand. He summoned his notary, who was also a notable smoker, and, "Notary," said he with no unnecessary words, "fill my pipe and yours; I am going to die." The notary filled and lighted the pipes, and Mr Van Klaës dictated that will which has become celebrated all over Holland.

When it was the Six Hundred and Ninety-eighth Night,

When he heard these words he hastened to his lodging and, fetching some of the jewels and ornaments he had brought with him from home, sat down in the garden and spread somewhat of them out before him, shaking and making a show of extreme old age, And Shahrazad perceived the dawn of day and ceased to say her permitted say. When it was the Five Hundred and Ninety-eighth Night,

At last he rode into the capital and as he passed the temple of Amon he heard loud lamentations, though he had learned on the way that the plague had ceased. What many a sign told him was confirmed at last by some passing guards the first prophet and high-priest of Amon, the grey-haired Rui, had died in the ninety-eighth year of his life.

It was "blowing great guns," and the sea was white with foam, when on the ninety-eighth anniversary of Washington's birthday into another world, December 14th, 1867, the steamer Euphrates, of the M. I. Company, left Marseilles. The iron ship was staunch, though not overclean. On the deck were boxed up eight carriages for Turks who had been visiting Paris.

Replied the Unbelievers, "By the truth of the Messiah and the Monks, and the Primate and the Metropolitan, we see none save you two!" Then Zau Al-Makan said, "By Allah, this is a chastisement decreed to us by Almighty Allah!" And Shahrazad perceived the dawn of day and ceased saying her permitted say. When it was the Ninety-eighth Night,