en, the Old Man of the Fells.
We deem the Old Man worthy of an introduction to our readers and to the public, and show him in his calm and graceful pose in our frontispiece.
So far as we know he has never been introduced to the people in print by any one, other than the present writer,
It should be noticed here that the New England Magazine has presented a summer view of the same profile, but with no description thereof, in connection with an interesting article on Middlesex Fells by F. W. Coburn. who did so three years ago in the columns of the Medford Mercury and Boston Globe. To the former the Register is under obligation for its illustrations.
Shortly after such introduction the old man was visited by numerous people, to whom his existence was a revelation.
Some took the woodland walk and returned no wiser, having failed to discover him, though passing within a rod of his stony face.
Of course the reader will understand that, like every thing else of the kind, all depends