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Lima Argus, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1849, Lima, OhioThe Ima arg in Public sentiment is the Law of the land Public sentiment should Bufi 41. Allen March 1849. Her Afi amm la a. Of old. Alt a Roo loom to death Fer jus Ceceor is Osifo Van Mill to Ataklt big Poca with Goj. For what y Kraal pm will not of Mciva sithi Epif Fain who u die not fit to to not fit to live i inca prepared to Brnt from this world of woe before his god pm High f Yea Sand unto Fain darkened tool and the and when reduced to penitence you bang him ii act beast How can Iolj just How mob Lino your victim Givi for mob Iepeotstk-9 m Baheti read in of the bloody code i Heinc for e Septy. How ii it if poet to live a nun u fit 10 die 1 anon his Elbow and looking Over his letter know what 2s her errands or i must Sav i do for a Soldier o Bove All others should keep his word not to lie. She Cornea concerning her brother who is now in the for trial As a traitor and Abe cannot admission for to see him from the keeper Cunningham. That ii the whole Story sir do you know the reason of his being arrested As a sir he took the oath on the first arrival of our troops in the Clov to be faithful to the King hot it a said that he did it merely to please his Mother who woe 011 our Side. He was arrested by Captain Nugent of the for sending As it is told private communications to the rebel generals. I think your continued the sergeant looking Down and turning his Cap that after poor fellow who stands by his country Nen w it bad or u Rong is heart a just remark that of yours you. I have witnessed their bravery too of ten thinly Clad As they were on a Decem. Bar Day in 1775, to say one word against them in that respect. Now Tol me your own i wish your excellency to give or Otow. Der to visit my brother m he been refined admission by out the written permission of the governor of new the cruel keeper who so Long disgraced the position of Provost martial to our army. He shall soon know his proper place this was uttered to he self. My dear miss i will give you theordes myself you shall see your brother this very night but i can not Promise any Hope of he is found guilty by the court Marth that assembles to Morrow for his trial and that of other prisoners thanks to your excellency for this answered Jeanette for she bad in Ler own mind conceived the idea of arrange answered sir i Honor you ing for her brother s escape by the very of but i have to do my duty and even inn us honest men sometimes that scoundrels May take heed. This War is a horrid business at bests sergeant. Now show the Young lady the last Hoy Al a Moor of York. In there entered a female whose of Sec was i concealed by a thick veil. When asked by the 1 governor to take a chair she sobbed violently. Lift up your veil. Miss and do not cry. Mil a miss aim us Nui by Henry a. Buckingham. Guy Carwon 1 Trutt has Ever a heart open admission. This Wai soon made out and the govern or said on handing it to Hen if found guilty miss Howard i cannot Pardon your brother he gave his hand and said falter ogly Farewell her hand Shook with emotion when they parted. At she was met by the kind Tunela Stoval governor of new York was to humanity the Young lady raided hearted sergeant miss you succeeded in errand with Hie that Guy Carleton is remembered with any favor by an the brother and sister rushed into each the my mob or gov Caata-1 on the the last Roval governor of new Scotia grubs aim Pilar i appearance to cabbage grabs fell with the Snow in great abundance Rabat ii much More remarkable indeed wonder i Ful flocks of no Btu tame and led Apon the a Snow insects. In a that of the american Flag m the North sea the Toni Forf Flag a Fermat the Fine frigate sided by Captain Paulding i mid Winter is Imo Ngit the mysteries with which the atmosphere., is it vested. On the 10th of May 1s4s, a Cloud up with the wind ii Baltic and in the British Channel. Where it has been greeted with the distinguished attention. At to entertainment Given to he and Crew by the citizens of mistake nor Southampton tone of be with they prevailed highly pleasant to witness. . Us com Pori Cockburn a member of parliament in a High 6 Shower by speech said _ j Channel of con Calais to Dover and filled old John Bull had Many the first for leagues in born and noblest of them All is Jonathan urn american and while Jonathan was a Little Bov he was a very docile obedient Chiw but Jonathan grew Stoat and Rong and. Be Precco Din the Nova Camea earned to trunk and feel n a himself and he claimed to act for himself from St Jersey Long Island arc., and it amp. Hen t. The appearance of insects in the in always preceded by a disturbance of the Earth. Preceding the born obstinate fellow and lie has a will his own and father like he not wish to see master Jonathan play the Man and to Oltie Wohig airings. Fathers Are Apt to tie fatter Island. Of Day of february the of thanks to you i the Soldier on her veil and in before you came refused me pennies in sir guv Carleton afterwards lord tears displayed a countenance of to see governor Carleton. A afterwards Ier. Lie was a Man generally beloved. Beauty and innocence. Her dark j on hearing my Story took my part. May humane in nature s now Mon i Brown hair and eyes of Lustrous Blue with god bless you for it it has been thought by Manv. That had of modesty upon her Cheeks attract the sergeant raised her hand to his hem command of the British forces at of the revolute a his empathy of the governor Jam kissed it have a daughter in not lascivious but actually Jiaren common Mel it o to Ernul a s popu Larity might have to the cown Ofila in its emotions. England jewels a lord Chat dear Lel me what jewel him called them the colonies the thirteen original Stales of the revolution. He commanded in during its Iava have to Sav. Father talk to me As you would to a e Marilen was evidently much affected Jat the kindness with which the words were old England about your i could not but think particularly of her when i saw you. May your brother he preserved from death though i much fear he is in danger and thus the Good hearted sergeant and canc Etc parted. Both had heavy lie arts on the occasion. Fell into hands were treated most Kidness by his orders. M the i pfc of Effi Menov he is innocent. Thor Sira had i a nates. Even were sent Home on Thor Sira 1 to of Captain no rent pie Paro c. I twi come what would the life of sir Guy was seated in he Library in brother Shousui be Safe. I spurned him governor s mansion in this City anti by 1 Fenew Fiat my brother would aged in writing on a pleasant Spriner dishonoured. I ask of noon a i7s3. It May he As Well to Yoor excellency if 1 did not behave right and that the building or governor s residence proper. I understand you have daughters Mill remains the outside in it con j a too from i of sir Guy it now the dwelling of the that be rather than save t an interview with her and one of tears. The Sentinel of duty had agreed such a View with their sons when j the month the m0nthflf Rifae whey come to Man s estate. The Oil Man pm appear nag at Jova Scotia. The id no no Jonathan Jim determined you. Helm Dawn 8t Feln t be out after nine and so old wite in both John the s governor and Jonathan it Tuscany 4 1 n nil i Obj went to throw Man found Val Parako South America and the Al Obj Mav Amk out that Jonathan had grown too much for him and was not to be coerced into tame submission and at last he consented to do Dies. The state of the atmosphere Oft 4th and 5th of february instant was Peco a tremulous state of the a Artri s Post tub one column and Tho fete of Mississippi a. Ii. Mickle our former mayor and stands own on the Corner of Broadway and state Street. J their Dishonour f most was the of Long May it remain a remembrance of the1, no governor i will see into Captain no great Putnam and other Well conduct not con incr the situation in known soldiers of of the revolution who made. I am placed by the King. A it it Thome at the commencement of what i have heard your brother War. Been rightly arrested. He is to be tried sir Gay we mid was busily engaged in by a court martial for 1 have but 1 writing. Orderly entered the room and1 one course placed before me hesitated for a moment whether to d Crl Urb condemn him lie must die his commander or not. He took Orth Uip if the court to his forehead touched it and with True a military precision awaiting his Opp Rumity to speak. May As Well say word or two about my Yong lady must die god have have mercy upon his she Knelt for a moment raised her hands smelt Firnau for he Feora somewhat in and prayed not still the governor Soweto re. He a Porter Well looking heard they were As fellow and had Wen much service lie com lord protect my brother. It it is thy minced his military Carrier in Portugal on will he Shoufu Thui cast away his he let that the command of general and in life hear after be eternal in Parad Ift. He of Famh for his bravery in a cause which is just and Meriono Esthere promoted to the rank of sergeant. Daring the revolution i oar own country sir fore remember him in the world to Amend More affected. He Wilbam Howe sir Henry Linton and sir Gay on Feton. He might have risen to the officer but for the of period in the brith Nervine very broken that none but a gentle nor bpm vat Nind nou Ink in the come i will not Summit to this Rise Tell me ail in truth but i wish to know your name will answer ail in troth and belief. My name is Jeanette ii Oward. Before the Ecsi Moth there stood Grant erect As a poker a the Spoa Julua we have ill at Sibud Guy was so with he Pentad Eaga Grdic to Ryk Itiat he did not observe or Bear the Entrance j of the Sentenat Trio latter gave one of Cor trim s a kind of not Kos of Jito Imus. Sir Guy forked Arwind. I it what Cowf a Young lady. Sir. Withes to Aee Roar exc Beacy Yinmei Liady one moment Graat Datil i finish this Tetter aa4 i will Weir ctr or of an what he ought to have done in the beginning Viz to emancipate Jonathan who had Ecomet a Man and allow him henceforth to act Forf t himself 1 the to cts to and now Jonathan the son has biome col. Benton a. Great amongst the greatest nations the world we views United states Ras Ever seen and John is amusing to with exultation Aud Pride on the he of his son and admires with approving nonsense which h and exulting emotions his giant form into two. Manly strength and Manly intelligence bid col. Benton advocates the chagres and a aptitude for All the business of Index Lama route the to route to the Itable his unconquerable love of Pacific As being the cheapest Sensi treat route Freedom Aud love of Liberty and he feels that that can be he announces in the greatness of his offspring will hereafter Tention of Erin Ging in for in Over inn reflect Honor on himself. Loud cheers american route upon own soil which thus there is a Community of when crop lated will obviate Ai the Nece Aai thy and sentiment exiting Between the of going Tut of our own country to Paw and new countries which can never from one Point of it to another. When that to actuate them. Hear to those is done the Panama route Iii be compare men whom these festivities Are designed to Jive la unimportant to but ratio it is done Honor 1 would take the Liberty , it will be of the highest the sentiments that have been expressed Here the roote to Nicht Are not Peculiar to the inhabitants pushed in Washiington by a Power Fri lobby Oft Hii place. Had that Noble frigate that As a foil to the Panama route and with some now floats on the beauteous Waters of South sinister Motife thai As yet we do not m _. M Jan n Mem Tyml for a few Fucks of up old to let her brother pass aptitude for ail the business of Index Nama route As the Rao out. It so a opened that Cunningham of was in a neighbouring cell overheard the conversation. Another Sentinel was placed on duty and Rorbert Howard in attempting to escape was at once wrested. Tha next Day his tri .11 came on before the court martial. He was convicted and ordered with six others to be Hung next Nom Itig at Day Light. Of How painful was it to his sister when the sentence was told her. Ivain Didache u h 4a Tom Mem mtg Boa Hauft 111 y ii in u in an Asami Hail i Jbf mow what at set t newspaper

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