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Oshkosh True Democrat (Newspaper) - December 14, 1849, Oshkosh, Wisconsin r ONHKOSII TRIE DEVOTEE TO THE DISCUSSION OF EVEM THING KELATW TO THE PUBLIC GOOD, Editor.] 50 a Year, ii Advance, [Densmore Cooky, P VOL. I. OSHKOSH, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, I84D. "NoT The Democrat, d at Othlosh. Winneiago Co every Friday morning. CT To VIU.ABB SUJHCKIBKIU, n-hohave thei left tl tLeir dwcliiujje, a year. fT and MAIL ia OF ADVERTISING Use iJijuare, or 3 4 C 3 3 13 One-Fourth of Column, Use-Half Yearly sdvertisersarcil'awed the privilege tuclr advcrtjucujcuU every six ZT Stat- 13> been ilary Fkzbugh, her young, fair, gen- and only sister. In utter disdain and of the dignity of auecstry, she had elioaen to unite herself to a gentleman of the lame of Mdfdauut, who, though possessed of great an unspotted name, and, for nis age, rank in the service of die lutlu trader A.r his This crime against her Airs. El- 1 i-asso? Fitahug'i resolved never to forgive; and she steadily returned, nnopenedj ttia fre- quent le'ucrs idsJrefsed to her by her sister who pined in her distant Iiiu'ian home fur r. renewal of the old sisterly winch had watched over and gladdened her life from in- fancy to womanhood. A long aliened of many at last, by the sad that tinforgivpii one bad long since found an .ear- ly grave in a land. The Irttec which brought the i We the London post-mark, was wrii- by tn whom, it Mrs. sister, will owed, had been tihitoil in second t fa C.8CUMSTAKT.-AL EVIDENCE. In year of my connection with the junior b.-.tft fh 1 -So Uiui acceptable, I djfrcc-a'jiy s-irpri. "-at. r.itisii.ff, tnreter.ir.g nv' 1.1 ancient nam? 'u n it rery distinctly in my memoranda of thesa occureuces, but w'e will call him at once wri'J- haj [Jlken lwt) hte mistress was sotzeJ with her f.il-il lot patient strong! a small brotvri pawr parcel whiu'j had oeen niiniatere.} he was opium h? thought, ii any of its U lie was o.-! to attract M'. Kv- 'v'i tinned whit ci'K c'iej rif rerr oree, irrepressible thtir vsl-iabie liy tn-ncf of the most eminei't n r r !leJ. Vainly di i o fi inva'iiitc! their wr u services C.ipf. 11.ere.t h. 'ainaJ, ai'owed oven lence to without a worl of co.n n- 'js-ilaiialinr', nttJ -va', as a t iij.-te. fnJy corr.rn; t" T 1' .vs'f'il inn i -i 'irh's rflitivc1. T'i'.j c'nin f circi.nrntnn'ia! jrij'ii'C i( lu'it-i', .t was felt. a iin1: vrtfe t'ia n ;t'f; nn c I lo'j t. "a lit It G 11% ivl h nl1 b ir The cd-V fi and His f t'icr. on lh WTS a d >rk-f> cnld, hai g'i'y. man. evrr nnparently R silk A a -3 reisincd for tiiP tii" cr-.-v, n njri'iiii-t Kvcreti.''1" Mr. olifpe, in hu brief, bus. aeea HUIII- Ut-r. nm not, Mr. Sharpe.'' "In T to t-endef you thf brief fjr the defence. It f l> jn'r.-cii'c, to placo it in the ijcfd i.f OIK nisi pnus Icadc', but lie c in that C'Mirt, tlia: h? lias to decline He atitl from 'vliat liave seen of yon several I havr no -Jou'jf inv nnfcirtuaateoliuRi will have am p'e j'la'Jce him. Mr. Kingston will b? T thanked Mr. Sliarpc for hia complimen: an 1 his brief. As the commission be opened OM the following mnrninp. I at once applied myaclf to a porusa.1 ofthf as I read by the vetbal ex- vlana'iiona and comirentaries of Mr. iSliarpc. Our CiinftTenR" lasted several hours; antl if that anoiher should be held the next momin? at Mr. SharpeV at which Jlr. Kingston would as- intricate, compassed with fearful mrstery, vas the case en suddenly subinit- ted tt paidanco; and the few faini gleams of lipht from the nttorney V Tesearch, prescience, ftnl served to rend.'r dimly visible a still pfofoun-ler blacker abvas of crima than that ili.! c! by thn cTidoncc1 for the crown. us I was in the profession, r.o mirvul that I eJ the weight oftlie zaspi'tisibil.ty up'nme: rr whcr rk'd and diazv with'prof- I threw myself into bed. ?xm? in-.ntjes an-3 of guilt am! pursued mo tlironth my troubled1 shep! Happily the next day was not thai of trial, for I awoke a puU" anJ burning r have been but prepared fur n ftrujrg'e involving issues of lifi> and death. Kxtremely sensi- tivr, as, tird T t.'ie I must ne- cessarily haw been, to the nature of th? grave diifirs BO unexpectedly upon me, the rrstinie of chief incidents of tlie case, ni confided to me by Mr. Sharpe, I think, fully account to tbj reader for nervous irritability under which I for the moment labored. Mr. Frederick Everett, the prisoner aboni to be before a jury of his country- jnsn for the- crime of murder, had. with his father, Ca-pt. Anthony Everett, re for years 'past at Woodlands tho sent of Mrs. Eleanor a rich elderly maiden lady, atmt to the first, an 1 sister by mirriagQ to the Ufat named gentienun. A jrenerouri, piuiif, high-ntta-It'il Mrs. wad rep- resented to have been, but extremely sensi- tive withal on ths score The Fitzhughsof was wmt to boast ''came'in with the anJ nny branch of jus true, li'.e i iirmly plan- ted in the soil of that degraded it- sell' by an alliance with wcn.tli, beauty, or worth, dw liing within tho pale of her prej'idicec, was inexorably cut off from anfJ, as far aa eha waa able, fro.ii ho r memory. _ of ibcae had I am mw. f Mr. S Carring'or, a respectable nnrcliant of molt residing with- n a few nrled of Manor-House his piili: nn 1 aoite of his shield of he vanqitishe 1 i i an almost without sirrificintr himself fr im sorno chimeri- cal of honor The tacit consent aaJ pproval his fair dnughtf r secured -hssty, lov- or that h? immcdirtetv disclosed his mitrimonial projecta to his father and a'mt. Captain Everett revived the annoi-ncemcut i by his aunt's death, and that her moreover, wii enable him to con J n You know to'j ujt. rjf cl jjj jt i i SJiv, ir a oarrastlc pmiletcoldly ihit if Mrs. gqtisfied, he had no; to offer. Hut, alas! no sooner All ho.- nephew, wl'li mji-h pariplirastic elo- ii-nCe, impart his passion for the daughter of a rttcre merchant to his aunt, than n re- hr inert torrent of inlignnnt relsilie brc.ke 'rom her lius. Sho tiie rather than onaet t to so degf.fivn? a inc.. afitVi ncc; oad sh'M'ld he pf in yielding to such gross nifaluition, shs disinherit. banish him hsr IIOHSP, and cast him I'orfh a on the world. On? cm disily HnJerstand) provok- fl lanpuige frjii indignant young n 1 :rom 'nis would I ave analto n anJ the aunf. titid n iv piricJ in furoe flnjor, sm! mutubl d of eavh he as a disobftdi- shea? afl imperious, tyrant. Ttis q ianvl was with som-5 dtffi- c itty patuhpj nil by Capt. Everett; nn-1 tho exempt '01 of tha change which took ulaeo in tlu di'appiinted lover's Demeanor from gaiety to gloom an 'hingc, after a few went in rretty nearly ns beforr. Thosmllen ruptrr.} vif the hopes Mrs. C'einor had p'irtw as tho restorer of the jrlories of her anc'ent tarniahod by Mary Fitr.- "jugii's marrinore, dong'ero'islv. it sen appeared, that lady's n! ready fi'I i'g heath. A fortnight aftrr t'ie quane! wi.h nepf ew, beccra" alarmingly ill Tnusi al and bnfflmar symptoms s'o'.v hemielvej-; ail after's'jfTj.in? ili'rin? einni Jaya from a't3mate acute piin, heavy nnc mqu'rable !tity; but I can no part, nor offi-i1 counsel in such a Case; I must leave yon to vour own I c then left the apart- ment. Ite hid (pntf but a fipw mlntites. when Frederick Everett, still in a state o! terrible excitement, en'errd the room, feirodp up to Dr. An her, and demardotl how he ddred propose, as the butler had just informed him he had one, a dissection of his rurit's body. will not partnlt continued the ng- itated "I m maslpr here, and say it shall nM be What new h.ir- would you evoke? Is enough that ms of t'-e ki'iflr'stfbecf tf rrcatures. Hns re IsiiuJ, but tinotk'i' sacrificp What I pny? that I will no' 'lie. Hut Mr. iS a f.i'al re..ih was ino nrrif reodiiy con-.en'H hnvc- Jravvn ftotn Ilie boJy tr. tefeml the piisoncr. O >r cor.sul'ation "the'al iti'ir Jf'rrr oilu.t.'liosly persist in nextdty at Mr. Sharped a and imiriistcring tho fatai potion In the vir- ene. did a p'cnsn of choerfo! Vvj a !ns own b'iridf, cnrtfully rx break h. ease was all :s f.o.n ucfnnce of ,u- it. very I have soon similar :ases similar ca- Thp so sironply addresseJ had glaucja (hiring tin3 y of tlii-s incohef 'nt speech and oiiitf -d in their previous unpressionfi, Mr as fieir the o-lo inform !iim tnat Tie was tin exDPctCil assnssin of his aunt! Tlw aeeusinc -entences ha-1 har-J'y passed solicitcrV IK- fi riniis >oting1 man 9prarigr to- of a tiper, and wart's I im with t'ie one Mow j rostrated him 01 thts iioor. Hr was itnmjiliiitely by two medici-1 bflp hi'iner baen summons t. with dificnlty secured anti in strirt to await the re- s uf the next mint e ttirr o' meJ this latter point, ho indistffl, wiih strange tekine the msdiciito with his own fr--m 'he man it; and tie prescribe 1 carefully tho remainder hi hia cabinet in his bed- no 'i. On the morning of the Jay that Mrs. Tfyzhiigh died, her ordinary mpdical etfpn .tlauf, Mr. Smith, terrified and by jthe urjrencv of symptons exhibited by his patient, called in the aid of a locafly-em- inont physiciauf Dr. Archer, or Dr. Artb- n !U fain d a flat iiu o'jfji.'p, anJ closed with a C-PW it was !i osely en i eloped in a 'i3ct of bfnWi> pa >er, d rec'ed Ev "t. YVtirKiUnds Manor Unuao, complelo ihe nri'nn'1'. 'jT.e 11 a crime so e-i 'vcrj.liblf, thai it co'iul not b? ao m'jch ast hinted nt upon s ich. I- lyolly grvtt 8RSpKioi. UliU Ci3 induce it j m' TLcre are other fir the yo'i to return a from what the 'S, nut Tue p boner si'd t> be an elori'e l and I undertook tn dtunr jicl.'ini1 tf a d'fenre, irnpfgiinp, wills all l! a Jo.ilh, hut which jifl'p. ticslt-.li I was ma-tc-r of, tie con- jv, iny ov n hisrt, f-d to b" cjfied'lj of tho evi lenc- for the crown winch cvn influence 7o tins, rn I a host if testimony phararrer, w, u-j fa" n e ly of tim- tv'iifh t IPS I. ro-tcii our 'a.ni, r, f t f u i ttifir. i1 iGi1! me liisc iuomti.t; VuS iVI-, s -fr' e': llt'il was pre' wine with Mr. SS.srpp, rifd ncni. me, I fntthil I ha I rtimr t-h i-f elark o'Kercd to eav that tf t is voill; ivvnr en old seedier, v. h i lu fir one b'l.ivid yo- as I am, In i.r v. bv the Ca'Jtain h.id now catted to that tlie terms were at list finally arrniiire', atid that he wished to know Mr. S'mrpp d b' al leiscre to d'O'v up tht? r.c.d f-'ar for h'.s M mpy eY tirtlv: "thfC.ipiiin vill, I fj-ir, ricfi'n aur.ner week fia-i over our hauls'. TV Ii him to to-morrovv Jwnlseo him afier I ivtu'n ffort- A few minutes afterward2, I onu lnok w.r ioave. tO and th iso'.er 'i d 'jtc i previ JDS a1 W'noon; and tlu triii' n arrai ge1, for tho r of counsel, 'ltis-e'e'wrh. Tiie curt A on be fir ho o.t piusp, '-it has balil" onJ a march. lave in cornbil; but mornrnt is th.it, if it be hv Hi >i w'io witnesses the ceddeeds c! 'ill his that 1 lnvetMinecl the ciown Li4 it bo yotirccnaultition, if yo't should Jijcov. i-r tint vou have si nt me d d. ycu leut not 'iii-ried a soul ii thj of murJ con'hjsija, with saleim ''may a'l wino ha--1' uiV- is siil! Ti'arstdl s'lem, to i-le.nstr thuis- 'elves by ivp'ntincf of tint fo-il sin. ___........_____r_ ___ -_ s ice Bid f.Jr. doubt the sou; Jnees of the chain of af erwsrJd Baion circunistantiftl evidence in which ho was iir.-l' r gpulleman for UIP p-oaecutkm. tu. tot oa'y the s-. t a most lin'v nnd c! o a ii the consu Ties lied; t PI sty m hour, (e.) m ud j, I have doubllesa do after the
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