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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - December 9, 1852, Montrose, PennsylvaniaS 6. B. Chase proprietors _ a Quot a a Quot Quot Quot j _ 1 a Quot 1 al. 11 in a a a Montrose. A thuss Dir december 9, 1832. Quot $ a of a a flow losing in the Moonlight. By c. A Karch a l Cleat september Moonlight we the Eastern mountains Rise d the River Calm As Ever. A be Broad Lake of Silver lies. Lea Frame the Leafy Garden a to wasps the dreamy Piettro round a i Are and Gate forever a a a. He spell of Beauty bound. Ujj the craters burnished Mirror darkly Elido the shadowed ships a tie glowing past is shaded a j our gliding thoughts eclipse. It Broad River flow for Oyer Quot. I the Moonlight to tho joyous Days tho never a fever Ctm St bring Back to me. I the Frame the Leafy Garden yes round the pictured scene a a Cypress wreaths growing. Rke too dark for this i Ween. A rho wreathed the Lovely landscape yith these Green and Shady Bowers Btu stray away forever a a a a with his fleeting Garden Flowers. J tie Lawn beneath the Linden a a and the shrubs and vines so Green in to a the fragrant Beds of roses grand the winding paths Between. A cd the Honse in a cant powered a rare in Beauty of its own Jiey or again May hear the Munsie of those Days forever flown. Tver again shall hear the murmur y a whom those Festal Days of summer. R crowned with mirth and Melody. Pilch Trivers sadly flowing shadowed sails like thoughts of pain slowly Cross the gleaming Silver Bat they catch the Light again. A darkly Bend the mountains Over thee dim and Dusky in the night but their summits Quot to the moonbeams and Are touched with heavenly Light. F life is Rich lavish a Providence is Large As Fate a Planya Joy they hide in secret per the Lone and desolate. After Sunset Clouds of Crimson Aker Twilight comes the noon after Moon set still the Starlight still the morning s daily Boon. And the Clond that Lowers the darkest holds the Blessing of the rain and the grief that stuns the deepest hath another touch than pain. New Borg sept. 93, 1852 a. Fee Days gone by. The imn Jien of tho worlds old Sopo Musi Shire of troth that the Mast honoured life and Long i was happier in youth. A it a Junly memory a cheat s the hearts deep sigh when a mid Prosperity a defeat we think of Days gone by. A feeling lost we know not what. Sweet he canse undefined replaced by knowledge Ady got the canker of the mind a glory on the Youthful head a brightness in the Eye fines of Oor native heaven Are fled among those Days gone by. Vet of Tny friends if this be sooth ret faint not but be sure the vanished freshness of your youth. A As ignorant but pure. Heaven s glories May again by won a and streaming from on High a after Moonset comes the Sun. Outshine the Days gone by. Indian eloquence. Itosij0�10 watchman of the 30 the Ultimo it Nabua an Earnest Appeal from the indians of Jefke 10 the Whites begging them to stay been communicated by Kkt ? a the Forest 8omep a be five villages Alnwick Rice Lake mud �?od.? nil that is left �?�71x1�&Quot a a Quot a a so Quot Lisi a a it a and asked for a Peytona timor the Cooper or a change of Fortuno. A rlai5 sxat�aie2st of facts. Sony sixty five or seventy years ago avs sol from Boston Arn Vedat one of the wharves m London. A among tho hands on Board urns one by tho name of Tudor ast adv respectable and Well looking Young run no who acted in the capacity of both Cooper and Sailon very Wrev one morning and before airy hand than Tudor a had cd to upon deck a Young Beautiful and tolerably Wolf dressed female Canto tripping Down tho Street to tho vessel and inquired of Tudor for tho Captain. She was told that he had not yet arose but sho insisted upon seeing him without delay and with tudors permission proceeded to his arousing him addressed him with. A Good morning Captain Havo called to Sec if you will marry a Many you a replied the astonished Cap Tam believing her to to of a suspicious character a leave my vessel instantly if you know hat is for your interest a Quot be next went to tho mates berth and asked him if to would marry her and Recci to Quot an answer similar to the captains a sho won t upon deck whore Tudor was engaged in some business and put the same question to him. A with All my heart a answered Tudor in a half serious and half jocular Tranner. I j a in d Sci �?~,com<5 a Long with a a pm a left Bis work and following her with motives which be afterwards declared to could Tot non. A a a a a a Quot a swam we gave Yon a a a a a a Svon Ivr 0rtil giving we a i Onn Elress a ire race from an enemy -1� in s overcome like every a Ofa White Man it i8too stronger a of in est and do fight this a it Mieir panty and being but on nor foe r and weaker our r eral a a a Onward wasting Des. Nifisa 6,? v�?~ct0r t0 tha West n Chipoff mid arc Kulli the soul8 a the Itier r. In was killed Bvrke v the door of the we a of in Ade it an comp ply of rot whiskey trader from the Freitos nine of w Waters of the big pole of to few old by crowded by be Rifae Blueml to i is More torched into Lemao their Pafk �?ot0� no More be track of. Fathers lost hopeless a of a a a a a , no the Quot a step Oordt Eaf 5 Uttie cd ads of hits Down the his Canoe White Ama Hros ? Poison 1,1 lond a he a a ,11 we it flies a a it a Winters so will in a Cal is t in a if weak Demhi ? pa8s a Way a m Lack outia�plef8�?Twho.��� a a a a a a a no Coria never Metis amp Tonly account for even to himself. By the time they had reached the principal streets of the City Many a of tho shops had fix sufi p a Java entered n Barbera a followed by Tudor beckoned Hita to to seat w Nold Orde cd the Knight of tho razor to Tako off has Beard and hair both of which operations to unquestionably stood in need of. She footed he Bill and they left tho slip but soon entered a hat store. She re nested that the Best lot of beavers in the store might be placed upon tho counter and Lucri told Tudor to. Select such an one As suited him. To soon1 did this tho Price was paid by tho lady Tudor threw aside his old Tarpay Oiin and left the store in company with his companion in a Beaver that would cot have disgraced his 3faj. Sty the King himself. They next visited a shoe Styro where Tudor was not Ion Quot in so fool him pit r �fb00t3�?T nor Vlady Many chg Tudor by this dim was puzzled to Divido the lady had in vew and it must be acknowledged he was apprehensive ail was not right. But fully he had committed no come to make him dread tho face of any mortal and wishing to see the end of tho farce which he considered then fairly commenced to was deter Wied to press Forward prepared for tie worst trusting a everything Quot to his guide and companion. He the my an explanation of her designs but she told him to to silent and ask no questions and immediately led the Way into a clot Lim Quot store with Tudor at her Side. Here Tudor bras told to select the Best a bit of clothes in the store that fitted him with borr Spondin Quot articles of clothing and the Sailor in his Doug let tar be daubed pantaloons and shirt was in a few minutes Sietam Orphise into As Fine a gentleman As far As appearance a was concerned is had walked the streets of that great Metropolis for Many a Day. Tho Bill at this Placo As Well As the others paid by the 1 j Tudor s Atn ozement was not Complete. Lie neither knew what to say or to tho lady was what her intentions were he could not even surmise he again asked for an explanation and insisted upon one. But the Only answer he. Received was a. A follow to and to not alarmed All will be explained hereafter to your entire satisfaction.�?T. A a. \. One thing Tudor was obliged to . Edge the lady thus far had done As we by a of he could have wished he to ask no More questions and to comply with request stand demands. Presently sho conduct cd Himi into a magistrates office, requested the minister of the Law. To unite her and her companion in the Bonds of Matrimony a a this was sume thing of a Damper to Tudor but nevertheless he strictly yielded the a ceremony was Sooni commenced and in a few seconds the couple were pronounced Man add tie. _ without uttering a word or even exchanging a kiss Tudor and his wife new left the magistrate but not however until sho had Given him a Sovereign fori his services. The couple passed through the streets in silence Tudor hardly knowing what he Ivas doing or what he had done Cert airily ignorant of where he was going or what him and the thbnght8_whieh a Cen Pic a his wife a mind tho Reader will soon be Able to judge for himself. Turning the Comer of the Street Tudor beheld a few rods in Fronti of him a a a sort and horses carriages and such other property As had not been Deposit ddn Lynw for the Benefit of his Dau glitch to who Tima of her Mann go when who Possession of Thorn Quot a a Globe Given up to her husband. It was a condition in the agreement that in Caso Eliza died is thong marrying the property was to go to her Uncle and his family. A immediately after tho Duratti of or. A. His brother removed into his dwelling while Eliza boarded a in his family and everything went of very agreeably for sovino months when Eliza discovered in her undo and his family tho manifestations that she. Should never marry tho read in for which from what ha3 already Bico said Austbo obvious to every unlucky for Elixt a sho did Noi discover the diabolical plot in Lime to frustrate it in its Bud. It was nothing less than this to shut her up in Oro of to Centre rooms in Trio third Story of tho House. A it prevent her from leaving it by keeping the doors and. Window thoroughly bolted and refuse her associates by tel life Quot them it when they called that she was either it school or at some of Ihu shops on business or had taken a Riscinto the country for Horden Atli and to see some of her relations or by telling else equally a Estinto of truth. Eliza generally received her meals through a Small door in tho ceiling from tho hands of her unfeeling aunt to whom her cries for liberation from her lonely and dismal prison hons Wero Nom orc effectual than they would Bavo been had they been directed to inc Idle wind. A a a a. _ three years was tho in Fortunato girl thus shut out from All communication with the world when one morning her scanty breakfast he ca7,9d to Oid female Domestic of her i Thor. Ell ii orico Moro discovering tho face of her old Friend and servant Juan burst into tears and attempted to speak but was unable to. Juan a Well understood the meaning of those incoherent so Binns and said a hush Eliza mistress speak not i understand All your tyrant faint was taken suddenly ill last night and tho doctor save it is doubtful whether she Iong survives. In Wili so you again at noon evening. I a a pc of your old serve nos have Long been planning Means for your escape and Are now in Hopes a of effecting it and without waiting Quot for Elizas thanks and blessings tripped Down stairs. Eliza although Nablo for Somo Timo to partake or her simple repast did so at last with o better Zeal than she had Ever known ii was not till this Mota ent that tho Captain and those around him in cognized in tho elegantly dressed Gont Lomah their old Friend and , Tador the upper a they sep posed that some sad if not fatal Accident had befallen him. I. Onto More a leave a the a Reader to judge. Of the congratulation s that now followed and tho Healths that were drank. A a. I Tjie remainder. Of my imperfect sketch is soon told. Tudor distribute a Thawn Giscom ing to him among his former associates bade them Good Bye but not a however a until to had extracted a Promise from the Captain and his Crew to Call As often As possible upon him before sailing left tho vessel entered his car Rufigo and was driven to Bis own and Hia wife lived the Puglia life upon the Mosti amicable terms and a Scro blessed with Prosperity and an obedient and respected Cirelo of children. years after his marriage he returned to his native place ,.where he built find or three. Wharves tit Bear his Nonino to Liis Day. They afterwards returned to London where they died As Quot they had lived since their Union honoured by All who had enjoyed their acquaintance.,. A a a it place is. It possible that there lives a re a r�?d8 a a a cd the Quot Deer l we k w5swama and Lowr a a a face iopfi16 Avo is a a a a Kunc big of one of the a we of e.?5 �?onvvmuli10 portion of a was dvrs if show Mya of a u4u<t 4� of in Luau dwelling towards which a the wife seemed to direct her Steps As Well Sis his own and into the front door of which Tucy soon the room into which Tudor was ushered by his wife was furnished in i style of the greatest . Quot she Ait him Iff a chair telling him to Mako himself contented fora min hic or two and then passed into another room. The first one hero to address her was her Anele who on seeing her. Enter the room jumped in astonishment from h�3 chair and coiling her name demanded How sho Imd escaped from her room and where she had been. Her answer was Quot a a. A thou fiend in Emmaa shape i allow you ust. Ono hour to remove your effects from this a oust. The. Actual Possession of my property Here you Loag deprived to of. And vainly tho t you had my do arrangements by which you could deprive Ino of it through life but 1 have frustrated your wicked designs�?1 am now mistress of my own House for i was this moment married is Udo in the front a a a a a at to i must nov leave tho newly married couple for. A Short time for the purpose of reverting to the previous character of mrs. Tudor f she was the Only child of very wealthy Chilo Man whom i shall designate is or. A not recollecting his actual name and for reason. Shall give to his daughter the a am of Eliza. He had spiked a diner time nor expense in tho Odu cation of his Dag Beer she being the Only Obj get of Bis care Ana regard his wife having died when sho Wos quite Yong end before Bis death which took place when sho was 14 or 16 years of age to bad the satisfaction of witnessing her one of the most accomplished a fid Beautiful Young tidies of London. Miri a a a. J of. A Quot a Short Timo previous to his death. An a orangemen towns a Etc Radinto Between or a Anda brother of i by which Bistro Tbs was to have posses sign of be dwelling Bouse ibis m Wihib Mere jives one who seeks. My liberation arid Jin priness $ is it possible that All con pied. Yith this is table Sliment do of Adamant god Speed thee Juan and thy associates in thy work of love and Nercy in it is unnecessary to detail All the of the scheme for Eliza s escape and the seve. Interview held Between her and Juan for tho three a Days she supplied Eliza with her meals. Suffice it to say that on tho Evnin Quot of the fourth any after the above interval Eliza was hed with in instrument to Nubar , and was promised a rope ladder the following evening to effect her escape Froid one of tie windows of tho room adjoin ing but having loosed tie bars of tho win i j deny the same evening tho for the i purpose was Pat hands sho Dcteriuin-1 cd not to Waif till the following evening for the pro Misc ladder not knowing but the plot of the. Servants might a to discovered by her a Uncle or by his children find she accordingly a went to work making a. Rope if. Such if Quay a be. Called from her bed clothes by. Tearing them in strips and tying the ends a after a few hours labor sho. Completed her rope but fearing that it might not. To Strong enough to support her it was Somo time before sho dared to attempt but preferring death to a longer confinement and fearing that she. Might to detected sho resolved to Mako tho attempt resigning herself into the bands of him who is tho orphans Friend. She did make the attempt and was successful. Ves she was liberated from a prison in her own House where for a filthy Lucre s Sake a sho bad been confined by her Ancle and once More breathed the. Pure air of Freedom this was about Daylight she immediately Bent her Steps towards the wharf where the Boston vessel Layard from that period in her life till she ushered her. Husband into her own Honse Tnp Reader Lias already had an account of. F r tho surprised and horror stricken Uncle stood ill mute astonishment for Somo moments after being informed by Eliza of her marriage. Sho again repeated the demand a leave my House in an hour tho ii monster a and then be Tum cd to her Blasband where the promised explanation wa3 made. A a a a. ,. The amazement of Tudor and tho trans War ,. Porto his a Ife at the sudden Chango in their a nor Fri i 1 in Ort inc 8 conditions May possibly to conceived but they certainly cannot to expressed. Be Cumiea la it a do Sirr a a Ltd to n�4 a a a a Witt Fiji Usu Ulii vul Calif Castiau. Being incompetent to the task i will not attempt to describe who scene that successfully followed the embraces a of the Happy couple and the kisses exchanged the Joy of tho servants at seeing their Young mistress once More set at lib a Tyr the Chagrin mortification and disappointment of the inhuman Uncle and. A is family the old friends and acquaint and est a the parties that were Given by mrs Tividor Asj Tell As those attended and her husband their Many rides into the Donn try amp a amp a. A j a a / a a one pleasant morning some four or five Days after the marriage the attention of Trio of fitters and hands belonging to the Boston vessel was directed to a splendid Carriage drawn a by two Cream coloured Hopes richly Capar ironed which was approaching the wharf and in a few moments halted directly in front of the vessel the Driver dismounted the Box and let Down the Steps of tho air Fiat a a. Gentleman Gor Mui cer responding a rudiments to alight they then stepped on Board the vessel when tho gentleman asked the Captain from what port he was from How Many Days bowls performing the passage when to intended to return the amount of Faro for passengers and other questions of a like nature and receiving appropriate answers to , asked leave to examine tiie cab is and other accommodations Oft to vessel All the while avoiding As ferns possible the scrutiny of the Captain which were very courteously Shewn him. He then observed Itiat he and Bis lady had some thoughts of soon St Rte a Gfa a America and in Caso they concluded of do so assured him they would take pm Sago with him. They then left the Cabin but before leaving the vessel the gentleman turned to the Captain and said or a 1 y a i Quot a a y v j a a a a Captis Callog him by a am before Vesov permit me. To Yms be a you the lost daughter a thrilling incident. A letter dated .detroit.oct. 14th, in the coca behind Plain Denler says a an incident occurred on hot thursday afternoon which filled the town with much sex which called Forth Many a legend or tho kind rain Embred by tho oldest inhabitants. A 1 a few boys who Lead been ont on a Hunting excursion called. At one of their neighbors and began shooting at a Mark. A Little girl about eight years old who had formerly had an illness that had affected her head the filing and ran into tho Woods. I. In a Short time sho was missed and it was remembered that site had been seen running lows Ned the Woods and consequently a search began1 but night Camo on and with it rain which rendered further search for her that Nightie pop sible. Morning came Ati Dyet the Little wanderer had not its frantic parents with one child made til the Sun had passed the hour of twelve and yet no tidings of tho lost 0110 were Lead. Tiie neigh boyhood was alarmed arid dogs horns and every instrument of Trio rustic kind were marshalled for tho search but again night with its set in b Iti out restoring tho Little cherished one. Minutes seemed a ours with its distracted Mother. E at length a tho Long wished for a Ominger me and with it a. Hundred men , who notwithstanding tho Stii continued storm went Forth into the Depths of the Wood in search of who child with an eagerness that was commendable beyond tho Compass of words to express and Amiin night put in and still the lost was not found. What the a go is of Trio Mother were As the marshalled Force pc timed Voith Hout her Little charge tears shrieks groans Incorv Crint ejaculations and a picture of de Paiit can Only portray words arc inadequate. Another dreadful night was passed. Ai increased Force was raised who. Marshalled themselves with the Dawn of the Sabbath before tho door of tho bereaved parents in Rayers were offered to almighty a Iod and the Aid of heaven invoked,1 to direct in the search. Thep Relius binaries being arranged along Lino was formed upon tho Section luvs and Trio March renewed hour after hour passed a and not a Vestigo of tho missing was discovered. _ every tree stump and log possessing a suspicious cavity underwent the closest scrutiny every Bush and Thicket thickly foliage every fir and Cralle Knoll was visited As tho band pressed Onward. Long and ardent was tho search Nejl Viany fears for the lost Little Ono were entertained. The Sun had far passed tho Zenith and was hastening behind the Western Hill when an elderly Man and his son partly discouraged As Well As wearied with the search were drawn As by the hand of an in visible Pilot in an opposite direction far from the Oiler band and while standing and discoursing upon abandoning 1 Urther search a Distant sound Broko upon Shtir ear. They hastened in tho direction from which tho. Sound proceeded and Bavin Quot travelled As far As practicable they halted Ana listened a few minutes void intently again that sound wa3 heard and turning a few Steps in another direction what was their Surprise to behold Trio Little object of their search sitting upon tho ground having just awakened and Arisen from a bed of leaves which it had collected by tho Side of an old log. There the Little innocent sat in her tattered dress sobs Ana sighs heaved her Little bosom and Large tears rolled Down her swollen i a. A a a As sho Cong lit the glimpse of her deliver ers she asked for something to eat. A of a said she a i have been obliged to bed nights without my sapper a please to give to something to eat a they took no the Little , and started for Home which was about four Miles Distant. While passing through a snarl of tall grass they asked the girl if she had passed through any such grass. K a yes a said she a i have travelled a great was through much taller grass than. This and i would Call for my Mother to Como and got me but sho would not i would Call for Niy father to Como and get to but to would not i would Call for nay Little brother but he would not Cerne after me. So i travelled on.? on being asked if sho slept wan i nights said a Yves but Ilio first night my Little Brollier went to bed with me and in the night to pulled the Iol othes off from to so i got cold a arrived in sight of the House the distracted Mother rushed Forth her Haggard countenance now irradiated with tho gratitude of heaven for tie deliverance of her child and As she received and pressed the Little Vanderer to Ber breast exclaimed a my�?�. Tom top orly or the imprisoned Tom to Perly Vij As tho in All tho town Ile had been a great Many things be Side sra Toper but to had always been a Toper , As had been it All or at least ammo to was of. Ago which pc nod not Iodate of our biography was Distant about Fitt Cenon Trio Earth a revolution around its orbit. J. V. Torn Limi derived his patronymic from an ancestry which probably at some ancient pm had won a How significant appellation for exploits in Trio line that Ltd Nigado him famous. Torn had a passed through All tho Temporo Neo orders and societies that had sprung up in. Hid neighbourhood and. To had come but is much of As he event in and Morriso if allow Neo was not made for tho lapse of time. J a join had always been a Bachelor perhaps acc rms to had never been sober Long enough to seek out a wife and Perel Ianco because lie was so much Ufa Jocon motive i Mijou that no woman would Ever have been found foolish enough to a link her Fato to Tom had arrive at an Era in his a eventful life when he was a too shiftless to work oven for Gin his fave Rita Bov Crage and tii Cro be Quot an to to talk Itiat would Hayto shelter Bun when Ono night to Mira enviously disappeared. How Vas so Well known about town that everybody missed him Nodi there was 4 general inquiry As to ids mysterious Fate,1 but no tidings came. \ it Ivaa on Trio fifth Day after ids Elop Binenti Wiio Tom was a turned up on the Steps of a Denim bios removed from the Towyn of his nativity. To Vas per dress and the landlord had turned him out of doors Quot he was As sober As Cdr to had been in his a Uini in a rough Farmers Dressl saw saw him tapping him on Thoi shoulder said i 1 what Are you doing hero my Man la i a waiting Lor Soma fellow to ask to to drink. May to you re the Chap was. Toms answer. A the rough looking Man smiled and replied a you look As Ify jiu had taken drink enough in your a a a in a awful dry. Have it had a drop to Day Pon Honor a resume i Tom with a Wolfbl free Asho smacked Bis lips and Drew his dirty coat cuff across ids month. A if find you Jas much is you can drink will you go with me a inquired the gentleman. A a a a a yes and Sony with Yon a answered Tom a till the Stock with some show of agility to hip feet. A. Go Tanto my Wagon alien a said the gentleman. A 1 i a wit i Pleasnat sir a Eaid Tom Asho clambered into the Farmers Wagon before tho tavern. 1 Tom was dry crr five Miles into tho com nary Bud was set Down in a farm Yard abounding with fowls and cattle. Quot a this is our Home said his be w Fifield. \ Tom thought queer Plano for him to got a As much As. To co old drink a. But did hot venture a remark. The gentleman led to a handsome Stone House gave Tom a seat in the porch and ordered a boy to being a pail of water. A it was cold and a a rapid A help yourself a said the gentleman. A it is Good Ana Yon will stay with me a Good while before you Quot drink tho torn thought his Friend very facetious., he Chuck led a Little and ventured to Sav a but the Quot Why did nobody in big him ? because or. Brown Moro like Tom to Perl a than n Well dressed temperate Man is nov. A where bloated Street drunkard i at dinner loosing it the magistrate Trio Larmer i belie to. It is about a Vear a since a poor Drunken wretch Well named Tom Toporov disappeared from the Village. Has there been any tidings of him v a a Nota Vord said tho eng str to. A its Strong a Tom was a Good fellow but he would ,i1v� six when to a put a he. But it a a a ill i never work Only touring this speech or. Browne a ii Chi passed through a Multi undo of singular expressions. The Farmer watching him replied to the magistrate ,. Who was at my. Honse after to left Here As tond of drink As a in warrant it a rely Rcd lib ditch not it Duaba bodied like a beast in some. I Broin could endure it no longer. Jamp ing up and to the consternation of the magus f?1� a iyar in throwing. Tho table a Over to cried a a a Noh Odid it her Heisl in a Tom to Lerly done to or. Brown Ine any More. Yon asked and cuffed Ine about this town and was gom. To Send to to the work House and called to nothing but drunk ii Tot a but this Farmer made me think i a my us pm no v i ainu to ragged and dirty and Blini de but Lye got Good clothes to Wear Aad Money in. My pocket and know Tiow to earn More and Yon have taken to for a gentleman.�?T. A Oil old a i it Tom glad of it Tom. To Are i avg Temperance meetings and you shall give us a Siee Ehy Tell them your store Tom. Quot a you Are a gentleman and you shall stay in my Libuse Sjong As Yon Aro in town a a reclaimed the magistrate shaking him by the hand till his shoulder ached. Make Man think to is somebody if you have to Ionek him up to do it the nth the Way to Reform ism say i a tried Tom. A the Farmers Confidence in my simple word that nobody would Trust made a Inan of Ine.�?T,. Torn told his Story to Nib his old chums a got a number of them to follow his example went Brno with the Farmer in duo course of time became his son in Law died Cavin Quot anum Ber of children who thought Thoy inherited tho unpromising name of to Perl i Iamb Ever been soberly. A a. V s a a. R1 in a i from tie London Leader Danisi anything could prove How much the Force and stability of a country lies in tho spirit of the people rather than in the letter of its in order Over All the reverse How pet l tha fact. No state has remained Firas to its fat a mental convictions Thau tho aft Erica ii pop pie. The Freedom of the individual the Indi pendent sovereignty of each state t in Indi a a. Lub nity of the Inion Are principies1 a sch ?0i�?omf"d tho Over name a very be Quot a a or a Ayi lei a indo to divert the american a princ pics whether in Carolina or to a be How 1 Island have beef instantly Chris find. Even. A Webster fight a hat is mid Vidal object Bis parti Marst tons and his personal relic me of action must fail in with tho general course of Jubilo Ophi Ion an 1 National action., it is notion for n Man proportions so great As Webster to i Quot Vert to o Public Froid its settled course pfad a acct Lent and National Extension and web Ster could Only exercise his by rather than Opp Siag tho moxie a War tho Solo Chango of ony essay till King that has coins Over tho Public , is the Chango fro the policy of Mere non in torn Cal Ion in i reign cub Fries a to the at re Sive re Alibi tons and Itiat change has spun i natural in a from the con Rob of events Alibi?1 sudden in its developments it is not recent in the seeds of flt growth and it q 5 ? of National a Pinion. Al though divided to separates states and a largest possible share of local government tho american Union is remarkable for the absence of Merb local peculiarities some Broad distinctions Thero May to vaguely Ilton North and sooth but who lip Ryan to Lukomy Fri m Salem or . 0r a and v a or it he american Ian by to All Thio Quot american and. The Public Pimon a Kwh do ecu. Opa itself in that Region of Freedom acc onion so non to and mighty that Mcra individual to a flue ctr Saro merged in a this Anitad National a Tiu i it a ,j., a a a what . A a when i Vas a you glad my father one Day called toe to him that he a Hight Mota know it he t lid Rao the us of the minute hand and the hour hand and described to me the a i guru in on the dial plate until i was pretty perfect in my Par. A. No sooner was i quite master of this additional know pledge than i be t Oil Chai Noering to what liquor f returned the gentleman As if How was astonished. A a there is none about my a. A but Yon told to ill went with you i should have Laid i could i. A so you shall the Spring never gets dry and he Dairy is i a in a not u3ed to it a. A i know that Well a returned tho Farmer but 1 mean you shall Bei a come we in not dispute now supper is ready.�?T. Tom Mas not unwilling to get a Good. Supper and As tho night was coming on and to wanted a Lay his head he �.did�?T care to scold about tho trick that had been played upon . When be was ready to go to bed tho gentleman conducted him to a neat room and bidding him Good night locked the door. In the morning Tom found himself a this is a Man trap Bure a lie cried furiously end kicked against a the door. A what is All this Lionso a said a voice on the outside. A i want to Como out a cried Tom., / a you Are my prisoner a said the Farmer for it was he who answer Toms sum Raone a. A i can keep you Long As i pm stoic. But if you will Promise not to go off the farm for Turco �-----1 for. Boys when Thev Are boys Are queer enough How notions they a have and Oyhat singular 5r. After life change and a Shade . Ristis a who. Remembers when to would Havo sold Bis birth Rig lit for a rocking horse and ofis new suit of cd bathes who forgets the Street faced Girt Bldr than himself against those Golden hair he leaned and we pts his Griefs away ? who Ecol Ocels when the thought of being a circus rider appeared a renter than to be president and How jealously he vat phed the Little Fellows that wore spa glad jackets Ned turned Somerset and prayed to become like them ? if memory preserve not these Carpri Ces fit something similar the a by is lost to the Man. Happy visions they Como but onco Andigo Quicy leaving return of slut can never pm again. .4 Hyto Etoen Bmat so because a a my 1v a us vex us ii tar himself that if Only. Lian words Wero taken the Bonds that held Himyn Souid not to very pow Irful although at limb he text a Sci Gree of Pride to think Tjit the Ariner innit a Ted up Niueli he naturally thought tho whole affairs queer one. A in o Day or Typo toil saw that to Farmers Only object was to do him a Good service by taking from him h�9 Loye for the Good nature to which no pc a had Hben mad Bytho. Farmer to be ungrateful and for six months Tom worked on Trio farm a sober Man. Then the Farmer tru Aid him to go to the nearest town. He Catnip Back Attha appointed. Time so bar. Lip had Learned to to sober and Vas Tieful a at the end of twelve to totes from the night of his Imp is into end the Farmer said to him Quot a Lani going to Taka rid Hifp Day a the Toast you will go with a a Yat the Torii where the Farmer had met Tom he conducted Tito to a shop and bad him a rigged out in a handsome suit of new clothes and then to addition fair wages for idl he we Rajie had per formed. J Tom a Jit this proceeding we could not attempt Tab Deib Cribe bit it did not Plato Totle a least i Hehu tho far. no w you. Wilt go with too to tho town Widero you were kirov in is ,. I Shat a Call you 3ir. \ v a Why 6ir?�?T. Ventore4�tbto,h�8 Oyes full of tears a Quot Quot a you a when to got there. But you must be Farmer. R arrived at tho Village Jar. A own was tor Trad used to lib principal citizens. The Farmer Wito go Brally .known��?~aijd.resp�bted. , Tivnon null in re us a we no a run Fri n Fina Tonita Itonaga. A a a a to Tutu iiiiu.u5 a great Man but to was great Only in so far Asha was essentially american As a party Man Yvo discover his. Weakness rather than his strength. And As a successful individual his greatness is Altug Oiher to be discerned to the operation of his con try influences up. Oto him. Not that very great personal Capuci tics can to denied to him Bat these Are essentially abilities springing from tie soil to which he belonged. great practical grasp of his subject Strong Energy , that Ofa tree direct from the Earth to which it belongs a Idu mutable vigor of Industry made the son of a country agriculture St become a masterly lawyer at Leiwat at the Jar and one of tho lbs powerful officials that tho Union has Ever seen. Probably it Webster Wero to compare with other Roo for learning for original thought for in Gnetty of. View to might not Only have found his equal but very often havoc act his. Superior a in some of tho positions that he took up Moat decisively and obviously the valuable nature of his. Judgment was tested event. it possible to oppose tho mexican War and War is the greatest events in american history. He thought Llma tie territory would endanger the Union and tho Union never was More strongly bound together than at this present moment. It was not therefore in. His individual. Judgment Prin any surprising Genius , Daniel Webster that to shone but to was a a Strong instrument Well knit in All parts and capable of tha most powerful action and his full strength was shown when Lio threw himself is to. Often did heart and soul into the. Action of his country.-. Arguing for a the. North Eastern claim or the Oregon cd Iii Webster was essentially Ope. Of the Strong men of the Day supporting tho measures on Uip subject of slavery the provisional conclusion to which tie american mind is come pending a future Settie Cut question Hosp Koto Tai year of amcr7 Ica with the voice to Public opinion. And Holiad. The Largo Organ fitted for that spokesman ship. G slate of. Neva Hampshire has been for Tilo Ito eminent men and As we Bavo , a Grent drop Ciruti ii of working statesmen of american having begun life m the work of tho farm. Pierce comes from in Nigri Euttu ral family. Fillmore has stated in Public How to has been ready to drop with a Aliguo after Trio labors of. Tho farm., beginning work in that rough and., practical manner american statesmen View tho world not a of a routine of business to to arranged in Olifice. But As thu Jena of real life in which Groat forces Are a tog contending. Or to operating a a they pro. Familiar with the forces a arid thus the Yare Usta to display a sure ugali Ned vigor in action which our present statesmen Lack Ned it is to this substantial Bono to the thought and language of Danie Webster hot to must suck a. Largo proportion of Tjit . Toig Jit otherwise Ose Ribu to a tho taxi Viduna capacity of tho orator. In polish in care and nicety,, a Atory scarcely equals that which 1 owns a Macaulay for its ornament but to null feel in rending tho. Anie Picans that Ali Ora like that of a Kjep trained Rin tho by Cycle intents a to Speakar pins the winds Liko that of Nib ii who Haye contended or Ieuv to in Tuguo like that of men ,.vyho Aro Yeeu stood to tace a Daniger and a Trike it Dowty like that of you.,. Back again l went wondering whal a i bad to learn for i thought i Kun we la about tho clock As Well and my father 1 a a a Withiam a a. Said he a i h av�>1��ght you to know the time. A i must teach you to find but u10 time of y our 1. Alt this was Strango to me so i waited int Fth eco Tiaw mar a Vuu , la tut a tuuu m me Citer of in in a a v ? a it of. A a a a a a huh Quot the Tirc Topf Paad wrt Itow Otoe would a Plato 1 to Itiat proof. The americans mourn Hin tax a a it tip a Bible mid he a describes the year. A a Quot i Rew of q Man to be the re Sec Ore and ten Morfou Rebori years. I now to is Urc Ratiu and not la pc a single Day Long i but if we Divide the flu Iacoro years of an old Many a life into twelve parts like the dial Duffa Broek allow almost Seveiri years fur a every figure a a when a boy is seven years old then it is on of clock of his. Life and this a a Theca Sowilla you. When you arrive at fourteen years old. Twill be two o clock with you Ana a Henat Twenty be it will be three o clock Nadaf Twenty eight it will be of bar of clock ipod at to duty fire it will to five of clock j forty two it twill be six of clock it fort Ninel twill beset in o Eio a a Bibuld it please god to spare your life ii flies Imra Ner Yon May always know tho time of your life Aad looking at the clock May remind you of it my great Gran Cuhen . This Cale aviation did at twelve o clock my Grandfather at eleven and Tny Fath ,�.t0d at what hour you or i san la die William is Only known to him to whom All a things a a a \ a Nevei since then Havo i heard the inquiry a what 0 a Fiek is it v nor do i think i have eve or Cooke 1 at tho Fabe of a clock without boing Remi idea of the words of toy lather a. A \ Hirw Sci liars Are Mado. ,.costlj a ppm rry tvs and splendid Chi net can have no magical Power to Pike achoo Are As a a 1 is in All circumstances trader god the Mast r of his own fortunes so he is thu maker of his. Own mind. The creator has so constitute the Huri Iau intellect that it rail v a by a to own aet Iori and by it Owry Mit Iofi it will certainly a and necessarily grow every i n must therefore educate himself he to i _8 and Are but. Helps the work,.is Bis. A Man is not educated until he has tho a i Lity to summons in an emergency j a ins mental pow is in vigorous Lexer ise of of i fret its proposed -.ohjeetit. Jariot themay who has Cen most or read most who can a j this i Hucl an one is in danger of being born 1 Down like a beast of Burden by no overload j Edt mass of other mans thoughts. A nor is it top Man who can boast merely of native big or and capacity. Thou Erbai Eilif of All Wpm Florsz who. Went to the. Elego off Troy had not the. Pro Chitoor cd to to Nat Rejla a strength and he carried the it largest. Bowl but a beaus a discipline,,.taught a him How to Bend it. ,. A. Us d Cospito tho Ono remark a i to Oreor of America has beep tho stability of her Obj Eta. Theoretical writers would suppose that in. A country whore every whore pow or depends upon the popular favor and the and fled the Immediato cot lotto up Tereseen Aro Kesti crr i Lator ret Rii scam to ind Cato that of Hess Sta te8, along witfp1 a Erinoh and 1 . Have a Gino by 1 la a for Kip very fitly spare f hem Strong whig states its they Are. If they Honvo gone Abr Bcott at All it is by majorities so insignificant 1 is hot even to Encl ant n smile into tho lec stir one visages of our political opponents. Tit umps like Trio so of Tencate a and Kent Zeky a Are to them too Mueh Liko that Bottlo ovum which on reviewing tho Field where Jila army Imd by Alcuri tho glom Nib pyrrho Xac Laicu a another such Victory and to Ore undone a hew Wayto obtain a the payment of old Dotoli it pm been discovered by a Shoemaker Jit��? do wdth.,p debtor is i do cult Asj Liq jew in inv Pinhoe Brisnon sex. A posed who. Bill to Bis win Doty simply a a met Ting naive but tii Jit a a top Ibn Tew a hot fort Poming Fiir a. Day thou atop would to filled in 4 he Nett a aug Ceeder a a Fsuz in i. A Vav Vav a to so for the a be path b4tkjt a brow thii1 h Saferi i amp to of a Reky a Jha via g so lds Ito Ito Tyla hed. He Lils late. A i a -. A i no in i l a. Of a a v k. L a al

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