Mounting Drive in a Folder with OSX Lion

Is there a way to mount a drive in a folder with OSX, for example have volume "Datadrive" appear under the documents folder.  I've done this under linux but not certain of the correct syntax for OSX?
Peterson50Asked:
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AnuroopsunddCommented:
diskutil mount -mountPoint <where you want to mount the drive to> <device name>
diskutil mount -mountPoint /foldername /dev/disk1s1
Peterson50Author Commented:
I tried that and receive the message Volume Capsule on /Volumes/Capsule mounted.  But it does not show up in correct folder

I wanted to mount my external usb drive (called Capsule) in a folder called Drives on my internal HD called Lion

So I did diskutil mount -mountPoint /Lion/Drives /dev/disk2s2

Am I missing something?
AnuroopsunddCommented:

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Peterson50Author Commented:
Thanks,

Finally got it to work had to unshare the drive and then it worked flawlessly, how do I make it so that it is mounted every time the computer restarts.
Thanks
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