Smethport Forester And Smethport Register in Smethport, Pennsylvania
28 Sep 1833

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Smethport Forester and Smethport Register (Newspaper) - September 28, 1833, Smethport, Pennsylvania become a Rvl Trvll forester 1i3tuimrt Register Vbry , by h. Payne. O e y. Autumn. William Piatt in Ali b parti coloured leaves Aie fluttering on the gales y tree a tint receives brilliancy of Hue hed to Ith parly coming Frost rep and of gloomy too freshness in the Breeze and Evoi h their and town look. And yet the a Grove of Flowers Bloomf Tiff to ftps if lie Vurie threes were Iflora s giant where fancy lingering might Lenl the my Irving of our years and i Bieni of Tjie fall its the Eveis brigand the morning air has acid chill As friendships some . Lot to share when of arits oppress ils but still friendships unit remain i they Swift around 4is yet to Cool the fires that sear the brain and bid us not forget that Freit ships such As theirs have be ii earlier to desk of. Youth. Wien Lith lost its when children Are lying about seemingly Kile and Dull we who have ierome Case hardened by nine and satiety forget that they Are All Sensa their Onesti etched Bod ies Are drinking in from the common Sun Anh air that every sound is taken note of by the ear that every floating Shadow and passing Ionn come anal touch at the sleepy Eya. The Little circumstances and material world a bout them make their beat school and will be their instructors and the for mers of their characters for life and it whole with its count less parts fitted to each other and moving in Harmony. There or snare and on the Lith of than a fortnight a mix Inch to listen to splendid round. For him tar Solilo Givich and dialog jibes with being with unit our hearts Beisig Tai Rohed. Ini or have observed the flush which crossed his Fae himself betrayed without see ing in it the delicacy and propriety of the after Naii a Man May have vices him. Have walked Long in a bad course yet if he was a love of children and can take pleasure in their talk and play there is something left in him for virtue to act which can still love simplicity and truth 1 have seen Cue in whom ski Iii Low vice Hail become a habit make Hinish tolf the plaything of a set of riotous children with As much Delight in Hia countenance As if nothing but goodness had Ever been expressed in it and have Feit As much of Kin Tiess and sympathy towards Liim a b i have of ctr Bung towards Piip their who has by with a cold and supercilious Bear ing towards children which thu Iii Shriki Kinig and still i Ilavu known one like this Hist attempt with Micout condescend Isginn to court an the face that Onee was lit with smile is now Anil his tearful hand upon that Beautious brow. A Wien this portrait i see 1 Trink of Days that s fled Ami How soon i la follow the among the silent dead. The vain and proud May idly scoff from death they cannot flee riches and Pride cannot Avail they All must follow thee. Teems with riches and tie heavens smile with Benefice he. All creation is curate by adjusted to his capacity for Bliss. He tastes the dainties of the perfumes of morn Inge Irever on the charms of and with All the paid item Beau ties of vision. Whatever can please what Ever can Charm whatever can expand the soul with ecstacy of Bliss allures and solicits uis attention. All things grand All things Sublime in loveliness and Proser Man the richest pleasures of fruition. Nan est Sloop Fame from a serpentine voyage in Bay returned hither on monday last with the loss if desertion. The the celebrated Marine sing so thai instead of taking him has taken some of his which remind Etli us of ii tip Etti Sridar s new Oldy lads. Addressed to a fish of the end cry the Stream o harmless fish. And when an Angler a a Lisle through gluttony s vile mud i i Erial for which i he suffered a Jugi and Iii a Moths . Tin following is an off cml estimate of the number of houses arid inhabit adits in the principal capitals Olen rope. Houses. Inhabitants. London Paris St. Petersburg 7.500 people in a mortar has been one of the ingenious finnish Zients devised Liy Man Anamar was thus use at the instance of the tyrant of Cyprus. The editor of the Boston trans capt informs his Rea ler1 t iat he has if his table a rattle Snake Between lulled by a Young lady in Lyra last week. Far from tiie Peirl , heaven lies about us infancy Wordsworth. Who of us that is idiot too to be conscious of his own vices who has not Felt rebuked and humbled under the Clear ant open countenance of a child i to that has not left Hia impurities him in the presence of a sinless child these feelings make the besi lesson that can lie taught a Rutan and Tell him in a Way which All else he heard never could How of intellect he thet himself and go to a child a better Atid a Wiser Man. If children Cali make us surely can make us Buttar. I not know a be envied than a the work Ings of Churen s minds or Overlook Felt a if upon him. Letter to be driven from Iii big Len than to be hated of Cli Lidren Vav Heidi my heart been full of Joy and Good will at the thought of the blessings of Home tie Vance thai he Little Winch is thin me Vas Learned there when have reflected upon the nature f my enjoyments abroad and cast Lem up and found them so few and Avo then turned Home again acid e found that in pleasures were my est lessons of virtue and a count Ess As Good i have thought that .1 of it forever. It is not Hough the feeling of Home never because kind offices and the Little ways to which horse attachments lire always uttering. Ojiem. Elvi-8, keep it and Lull in its feeuug.-4tselfr and hat which feeds it. Have a simplicity and uni y of character of which Little s to be they Are always with us. It May be something Shoutd be said of the influence of Nestic associations on a child and on to filial attachments. 1 would not Verbust the serenity i feel by jail in up the Days when 1 was a when the spirits were unbroken and the Pasi was unheeded and the future Bright i Wou lit not this to be pained with All that gone anus in my latter How poorly i have Borie he ills of and How thankless has Jeen my spirit for its Good. K. H. Dana. Then play ins about every thing making out by what they see by t part fanciful combinations and magic inventions creating out o Ordinary circumstances and the com Mon things which surround them Ond Little Ideal worlds Ami these All working in mystery in form matured thought is study enough for the most acute minds and Misoul us not too of viciously to Reg lat Tali at we to Litile understand. Ali still musing anal deep abstraction i Wii Icli they sit affect us a a mockery o f older Lill e have no Loo ish system i with All us Pride and Jargo confuse Wijt their brains. Theirs is the natural the soul Intens new life and Busy Niter truth to us Iii purpose thigh without a noise. Iod give thee strength o to pull the Rascal i through the Boston prints we have Learned that the Fame had captured some sort of a rare Ocean Anir Nal. Cal led a put Iii species of por pus and on enquiring therefor the told us theft had eaten it All up the ravenous and so ended the so Oil our Little particle in existence of any creature what Ever bearing the least similitude so often dreamed and a d., by Lous . Fab lists. Luquire. The dignity of guided by reason Man has travelled through the abstruse regions of the philosophic world. He has originated rules by which he can direct the ship through the pathless Ocean and measure the Comet s flight Over the Fields of unlimited he has. Established society and government. He can aggregate the pro lesions of every climate und every season he can Melior ate the severity and remedy the imperfections of nature herself. All these things he can pert orm by the assistance of Rea son. By imagination Man seems to verge toward creative Power. Aided by this he can perform All the wonders of Sculp Ture and pointing. He can almost inks the in Arble speak. He can almost make thu Brook Mubinur Down tue painted Lund scup. Often on the Pimpis of imagination he sours loft Wiere tie Eye has trav Eilen Wile re Olaer slurs glitter on tiie a Suauu of ibid a ensure we would Tell them list is the Garden of Europe simply because every acre of i he Jound principles which Timve been brought to of nost e would Tell them of new it Island whose soil and climate they Are accustomed to hink As Cou figued by Providence to and i clemency s the Garden of the unit the in instnou1 and throw air ii heir efforts in the f Rne re Hunte it till Nodi and and system acid expert Eijiro o Bear upon their ii Aiu a y hard and flip Kiess Soi i on every Side the passim Isif Suveller sees verdur.erarrd4 and Orchin Msj in Hie Small and frequent of Iii it Ris Hahle rocks and remarks Fei til to won Iron the oppression of tithe to nature. After an a it e ten yer trs on our re to that country we Weie Flint s Western contain a portion of that practical Good sense which must commend itself . Tid Ghent of every mind that seeks tin s welfare of the co 11 i i y if one i if the Zeal Energy and expense that As Maity gazettes wit it and setting the to Minuit to by the ears for the paltry purposes of a and of fire seekers were Hest Weil of the advancement of cult fire if tiie people were half As am Vitious to improve Ami beautify Fields As they Are to Seille the affairs the a Ion a if As angry by Iii this Leblanc. This wretch led and blood stained culprit has suffered the he was Morristown. New Jersey on Friday 6th of sept. At n Quarter past 12 o clock tie was apparently resigned to Fate. The Green where the place was crowded with spectators. It Cal muted that no less than persons were present of which the majority were females. Cop the following account from the Calland Iran excellent weekly be Rodical recently City and devoted principally to these subjects. Leblanc is a it is a native of the lower Piirto Uhd Speaks French with fluency Tho without elegance. His education has a to limited. He is coarse in manners and contracted in he English language and is in his appearance and habits uncouth sordid and Savage. He does not appear to have either relatives or in thin i country and although his former life i and and u is unknown it in believed nud with reason that he was forced to Fly his Home his friends and country on account of the commission of Koine infamous and perhaps bloody crime. His manners too plainly betokened that he has been Long wedded to Infa my and vice and thu deliberate Cool Ness unfeeling birr parity and Uhner Cesary waste of in the heart less for which he is about to his hands were not then for time reddened a Lovolo his fellow Creati Iris we have to Surposa that Titis rain Ieon y to roses a Lowig Caj i or of infamy and Guili the Les thorns and poor Fen Ces As they Are with their political opponents who pro Abiy. Wish As Well country As themselves we silo id have More pro Dative yield Var less com plaints of poverty and More ability to be Bun Danily More Good Iii of. From Fittshur of to is the Soi ploughs As his father did before him and the great mass of Farmers Are As stationary in their theory As they Are practice. Nine in ten of them believe this to he visionary dreaming o men that a bout Eva Chical fun uni i conspicuous Tief the whole Region. 1 the. Real if Mankind As St. Pierre so be a u t i 1 u 1 by s a i a r e 1 1 1 o e who cause two Blades of wheat to _ every he substantial Noil. All National Power and wealth May traced to its ultimate source. Tierce and Mami Facunco Are Only re sults of this we consider As every Way subsidiary Only to Alibi he Ance Corn fort and i Calth but to Morah and ultimately Cven to religion. We should always regard m Eri can Farrier s t n to his employment and tiling his As belonging first Oiler of Noble Ronen among us. We shall always wish him Bountiful harvests Beer and moderate use of Cid r. And if he will rear it of the but non of the grape the pernicious gladness of whiskey5 a and we Shunil in Voke upon his labors the and say to Hitri peace be Jav Elhiu

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