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I is. them,-but i wit-j wit-j wit-j the Alex-i Alex-i Mr.' svm-t svm-t diplo-i diplo-i be-t be-t be-t the1 of Empire.- mer-' mer-' of .was was their i too, J spirit andi daily put De) ,sna th ear. those belonging them ana aloof. dU some gratitude aigaal on mind, and finally induced him to take his life. ; Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun. Catomsvillr, Mn., March 28.' ! Spring Phmily Hotel Now Methodist Church : Patapsco Inttitute Ingleside Seminary, j March bas throughout, fall well, sustained its windy reputation, yet the gentle season, spring, even now, shows some indications of its approach. The snowy mantle, which for months whitened Our fields, has yielded to the genial influence of more temperate days, the tender blade begins to peep timidly from its earthly hiding-place hiding-place hiding-place and the merry warbling of the feathered aongsters again falls sweetly on the ear. With this change of season, tbe quiet aspect of our neighborhood: also gradually changes and will soon be again enlivened by tbe return of many families which seek the city, as a retreat from the chilling blasts of a country winter. During the autumn, and winter several Improvements have-been have-been have-been progrfn sing. .To meet the wants ef a large class aspa-cions aspa-cions aspa-cions family boarding house is now in process of erection, which wm e completed sometime an-. an-. an-. ring tne month ex may. i he mansion commands a flue view of Mount de. Sales, St. Timothy's Hall, Baltimore city and the Chesapeake, and cannot cannot fail to prove a desirable retreat from the op pression of tbe city during the sultry months of summer, it is understood mat me nieinoaisi congregation, now worshiping In Grove Cha pel, purpose oniiduiga new church ediaee la the vicinity of the German Lutheran. This will be the fourth church erected within s very few years, and during the same period three flourishing flourishing literary Institutions, one male and two fe males, nave tpen esiaimsned, wnicn number between two and three hundred pupils from every sec i ion oi our-couniry. our-couniry. our-couniry. It Is currently reported that the Hon. Mrs. Lincoln Lincoln Phelps, the authoress and educationist, wiQ retire from tbe charge of the Patapsco Institute, Kiiicoti's Aim, at tne close oi the present sessien, and will be succeeded by Mr. ArcherTlonp known as a successrui preceptor or tne young. Yesterday Yesterday tbe winter term of the Ingleside Seminary closed and Miss Henrietta B. Neal, of Hagers- Hagers- town, having, completed tne course or. stuaies, received the customary diploma. - A large attendance attendance off rienda and patrons added much t6 the interest of the occasion-. occasion-. occasion-. . X. All's Will that E-tcs E-tcs Witt.-Sorrie Witt.-Sorrie Witt.-Sorrie six or Add tion -City -Road Add -' -' ble the - - ' on of Is caused too