At Armaeb, Enelnnd.three individuals got permission lo view the moon through the Lord Rosse1 telescope. And at ihe moment when the instrument was depressed on a level wilh the horizon, one of them advanced to the extreme end and cast a. stone at the speculmn. It bappiiy did not takeeifecl, and ih the eÃfort he feil and frac! u red his right leg. The one who threw the stone expresses his regrct at not having destroyed t!ie telescope, as he considers it "a blasphemy for a man to surutinize too closely the works of the Creator," and affirras that " the right hand of the Lord will yet be employed to dash m pieces the enemy."