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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 1, 1852, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania1200 3.00 to politics .3lits, 0dtnce, Ciler return Jar Altti Aub country is the most prosperous where labor commands the vol. 33. Wellsboro thursday apr self Conquest. From the Boston Olive Brancu. The whole Day. Of i m very Eure i should t troops like it and the charges of her Mother with u in Law clouded her sunny face and in spite of fro Lei rushed into the inquisition. Here we met confined screw i inn enl that Jesuit Cal Al m ova m any was Over they is equal to. The inquisitor general which one drop of Wate by the in her confessors in to Weir priestly f to head of the victim. That he could not Box was u vessel a second i cell upon j facing upon precisely the i head suspended circulation 533 i and mid i m going to Over their by. Asu. Their suffers ruling on their agony the third was an in Bridget what do you think of the i very afternoon and we As Tho ii a they bad deaf to All i Lbw he gaily kissing of her forehead. What a Little Paradise. Harry look roses what Splon Low the wind sweeps the drooping across the Lull Gruss and thai Lov , Baltic de Sweet Briar and Llinat pretty terraced and put the sufferer in Hie horizontally to Wlinich the Harry she s a pretty Young thing but if she ii As much you and i do of her Hus no s Mother Sho never would come to at that Cluster of Prairie o Villi her. She s n regular old Hyena and did did Trees h n she Don t bring the tears into those Blue Ryea before tie Honey Moon is Over my name in t Why she s the most Ineila bimts old linn1 sic overhauled All her she could get Here and Imp i passed the entry i heard her Mut terms to her stockings under Cini lies wonder if she a links i la have pm ii it embroidered night cups dres ses Tlell Duclion and i h Tell you what Bridget there never was a Lio tic b ii l yet. was Biff -------1 if of t that this to Wal Lcarl Hie Mclim Vav j the noise of the. Attack and defence and had machine Ihen Beinor placed bet i in Tony addressed them beams in which were scores of univ selves in the land ago of their own sold pcs saying Why do you fight our friends the French their that by tier ninja the Mac bin f in Small Wun i to live in Ami you l i 11 of cars. Emma the Young Liu Svino. Us he returned from his conning room in Day. About .1 month i flit marriage and with he Drew her closer to his breast. Moyo j do not so soon repent your Tim Little Rosy Mouth was held up for n kiss and in those eyes lie re i i t a no nver his was seeking. Is your pot Canary sick can t you Ymir ii air to suit you or Ore you in . E you can t decide in which of a Fly air ill fisc. Von look k1 ridiculous. Raid Emma mul crying together i feel nervous Fin no ill id you have Corne Hirry i that was t All. But he i Rulo her farther for he foil very Rizir Wourl ill in All in time. The. Was. Harry s Mother had been dec Ivr in la Vall Trio morning upon no Tho times hoped she would Liili of Multi air nil line things her i a l i i ii so foolish Aslo he her out in v. Re uni now As they used to that if lick any Money bin ind r. To to keep nod not he pour Milinn it f that wite s place was in r Mil s hoi Isi. Ami Slio ii a d she would Ilmet trick of running Home up Itomi Iii their Inlet Ilion no doubt was to make us in fiendish ingenuity. Its think Bat this defence was wholly Unciul lionized. Tifful Wui iian Cir doll by them hoping if they could make us believe hey were Friendly they should have a boiler in tie confusion of the moment to escape. Their Artin cd was Loo shallow and did Well let us go inside and apply ing a key he held in ins hand the door yielded _ to his touch and they stood Side by Side in a in Lyle j not succeed. I a Vised them to be placed under j open its arms clasped h i. R . I. Cat him into As Many Arm extended ready to around her feet a circa victim who passed Over this a Spring which in Sori the rustic parlor furnished simply yet so tastefully. Soldiers of inquisition Tii in Lac e tables stands and mantel covered with vases be secured As prisoners we then proceeded by Ems sending Forth fragrance from the sweetest of wild Wood Flowers the Long while to exam no All the rooms of the stately edifice. Passed through room after room bund All looped Nway feb in a window whence could be perfectly in order richly furnished with alters seen wooded Hill and Fertile Valley and Silvery crucifixes and Wax candles in abundance Stream. Then they ascended int Nice old Chain bul Coull no or Sass of iniquity be Iii. Bar that was quite As unexceptionable in it sap there nothing of those Peculiar Fea to moments wonder. Emma looked about in bewildered but who lives Here now Harry nobody nobody what a tease Yogi Are to whom does All this furniture belong and who arranged everything with such exquisite taste i have Brace. Col. Said sight infernal cruelty to fury. They declare and Soldier of the Inqui l 1, 1852. Job. 711. Same place on lilo in a few moments most excruciating machine Laid was hound Ween two is so fixed with a Crank the from his limbs All the t on Rah surpassed the others borrowed sermons. The history of preaching in Europe and America would contain u very curious chapter relating to what have been really or in reputation stolen compositions delivered from the pal pit. Two or three cases of this kind now occur to our r collection. Some Twenty years ago there lived at Bris ii Liu Nicu i lie i Ilicia Ili i i Elerior was a Beau i very Able and popular preacher. Coin aniline richly dressed with i . Thorpe. I a Llu Al Pele ii Al Mark touch i und Waltl a paltl03 actin so Licul engine to m has bust were almost in and a thousand race its victim was drawn. The i pieces in the hich a lie was everywhere popular. No Man when he brought out Powers could make it ser Mon but he was naturally indolent and added very significantly it is quite True there was stealing to the Case but my Friend oot steal it from me i or no Hini. I heard him preach it it dims i the ight it exactly adapted for you and so .1 it my by other thought that you needed it und gave it to you again. If Binge it is with your . And not with your and reflector. Illustration Falih. Said a Little. Welsh boy to his i real who Hail been explaining the to Hia family in the Hull of whal was once the Manor but which was then occupied by a , Sai i you would one Day when i was old enough teach me what Faith u am old now Well i think you Are Willy. Conie to Saffol his Fai Jer rising from his chair. The boy no sooner approached his father raised him from the ground and set him on the age of the soldiers r i .00 of a most extraordinary memory ii never a i of a re Noble Chest of drawers that stood be Ines of of i the fall. The child s color went and came secret of the fact that not a d he wow evidently afraid to stand upright in red the t Ever y Sitor nere composed by others. The tract fee pc a i m he evidently afraid u lotion should be put to the in an awkward position which a situation 3 was col. However he Occiano Philly. Turned la Good w Illy. Said his fat lures which we expected to find in an Induisi lion. We found splendid paintings and a Rich and extensive Library. Here was Beauty and splendor Aud the most perfect order on which my eyes Ever rested. The architecture the pro portions were perfect. The ceilings and floors of j head was Wood Weie scoured and highly polished the torture. Their Raga Did not oppose them they turned their arms against him if he arrest i find Cost him but a half hour s arms. Count. His week evening s Jarmons were Gene their work. They began with the holy Fri the is. The first they put to death in the machine for i been expecting every minute to see the mistress j floors were arranged with a strict regard of the mansion step in. Well there she said Harry leading her gaily up to the looking Glass i Only Admire her half As much As i do do you think i be not seen my High spirited Little wife Strug i Lin g with trial Day by endur to order. There everything to please the Eye und gratify a cultivated Loste but those horrid instruments of torture of which we had been told and where those dungeons in human beings were said to be buried we searched in vain. The holy fathers the Victory Over her own us that they Hud been belied that we and uncomplaining by do you think and seen All and i was prepared to give up the ule i could All this and not think she was the to arrest tit Elf wife in tile world " and tears and smiles struggled for Mastery As. He pressed his lips to her forehead. And now you will have nobody to please Here but me. Emma do you think the task will be difficult 1" the answer a Lough highly satisfactory to the husband was not intended fur Yon dear Reader so please excuse. Fanny Fehn. The inquisition. Ripi in in Sil Mit Sli r to. Of licit in i but she to. C i to rain and a 11 her fur Soi a if in them Al i was a from Iho Cli Ristrim Penny i. fair Home i i. And Rea Molher s l room it out having in our last number Given a comprehensive View of principal Romish Tenet we shall on the present a glimpse the dread recesses of one of its chief institutions Tatj inquisition. In doing this however we desire it in be that we Are not to speak of things Long since Irone by and which Occil Ruil in far off lands list events of recent occurrence Aiki Al cur own doors events of which a portion of the living Chi Eulion hav. Til a distinct . The specimen we shall select u that Branch of As tin French bund it in 18il9. In 1sd9. Colonel was attach to the Purl of in a icon s army which was stationed at Anil Wink in City the colonel used to freely among Pijie people what to though of the priests arid jesuits and of the inquisition. It had been decreed by the emperor Napoleon that the inquisition and. Monasteries suppressed but the de Cree was not executed. Moilis had passed i Anil like prisons inquisition Hud not i been of Pound. One night Abuaf. Ten or eleven o clock As the colonel was walking Fine of the i of in Drill two armed men sprang upon y he was absent Al h s him from an Alley and inn de a furious attack. Lie inst Iima re run ins , Pul himself in a posture of Lii Tivice and while with the in saw at ii distance the lights of the Bairoa French us hikers mounted who Currod lanterns my Rode through the streets of the City at nil hour i of tin night to preserve order. Culled to them in French and As they hastened to Bis he assailants took 10 and is Chiju a nut. However before he saw by Iligir rln.1-.-, Ilia they belonged to the search convinced that this was Dif Ferent from others of which i had heard. But col. De Lile was not so ready As t. Ii. Put to death by Ibe dropping of water on his most Ecru Tiufung the poor Man cried out in agony to be taken from the Faial thought in his vestry which he usually reached so Long before the commencement of the service breaking joints. The torture of the inquisitor i wednesday evening on his arrival at Church he found on the table some filly copies of a printed Sermon sent by a poor neighbouring Sale Thorpe set Down read and admired the Sermon and then went pulpit and delivered it his hearers were de lighted and went in crowds into the vestry to express their gratification. The Wor thy pastor wishing perhaps to test the sincerity of these compliments and no doubt desiring to Benefit his neighbouring brother said to his peo ple of yes the Sermon you have heard to father him. F it a. Little distance and holding out his stand upright and jump to my arms. Machine. The inquisitor general was drought before the infernal engine Ca led the he begs to be excused. Said they you have cruise a others to kiss her and now you must do they interlocked their bayonets so Aslo form Large Forks and Wilh these pushed him Over the deadly Circle. Tile Beau Laiful image instantly prepared for the embrace clasped him in its arms and lie was Cut into innumerable pieces. Col. Said that he witness the torture of four of them his heart sick ened at the awful scene and he left the soldiers to wreak their vengence on the last guilty in mate of that prison House of hell. In the meantime it was reported through Madrid that the prisons of the inquisition were broken open and multitudes hastened to the fatal spot and of what a meeting was there it was like n resurrection. About a Hundred to give up the search and said to me Solo icel you Are commander to Day and As you say 4 must be but if you will be advised by me be this Marble floor be examined. Let water be brought and poured upon it and we will watch and see if there is any place through which it passes More freely than i replied to him do As you please and ordered i who had been buried for Many years were now water to be brought accordingly. The slabs of i restored to life. There were fathers who found Marble were Large and beautifully polished their Long lost were restored when the water had been poured Over the floor 1 to their husbands Sisters to their Brothers and much to the dissatisfaction of the Inni Citurs a i rants to their children and there were some careful examination was made of every seam in i who could recognise no Friend among the Mil the floor to see if the passed through j Titue. The scene was such As no Tom be can 1 Resenly col. Do Lile exclaimed that lie Lead describe. Found it. By the Side of one of these Marble a when the Hill elude had retired col. Slabs the water passed through fast As though caused the a Iii offs Library to there was an opening beneath. All hands were i to removed nm.1 having sent to the City Tor a now no work for further discovery the officer s i Wagon Load of powder he deposited a Large position and the father s command were alike calculated to produce alarm and did produce it. But the father s look was Calm and kind and serious and the child had invited the lesson so he had nothing for it but to turn his mind to compliance. J rising himself somewhat at length be made an Effort to jump but his heart failed him and he Drew Back Tanner from the Edge 61 the draw ers. A Willy said his father thoth Host no Faith. Try again " Willy thought a moment and perceived the nature and Drift of his father s night was a Good Sermon a y Fry Good Sermon Experiment. He came Back again to the Edge but do not thank me for it is none of a Natl at this lint he did make the Spring but so there it lies printed on the table pay your Shil j and with so divided a mind that he Lings and take Home the c9pies, and to refresh j would have fallen but for i beam of the ceiling your memories and Send a of bread j above him on which he clapped his hands to the family of its we need not add and recovered Jii self. 1 his father smiled and said Willy thou Hast in Faith yet but that was better than the last. The sermons were All sold. V when or. Thorpe was settled in London be Loti r tin hip if St of us nil i wot lbt Dii Riale l said the i if i am nine i an by Iii to Csc und the Robi Livious u Iii Cut Pii r other s k ii Irry Al Irry j ii hid air 1 Idy a irn Illo lnvt1 so Well ii in Al ifs iia Aas Yonng and Lin Hio tint wont do then it i i ills m Nna or the other. With their swords and the soldiers Mieir i bayonets seeking to cd or out the scam and pry up the slab others with the Butts of their muskets striking the slab with All to Weir might to break it while the priests remonstrated again is fore he removed to to preached of rpt j come try once. memory the whole six volumes of Saurin s ser the look of quiet Ove in the father s face and Mons on successive Sabbath evenings when he j his still open arms at length assured our hero. Had reached the end the late Samuel there really was no danger or it May be so biblical publisher a personal Friend of i much reverence and Trust in a. Parental smile Thorpe a sent Hijra a handsomely bound copy of i that he forgot the danger. Be this As it May Saurin with a note kindly hoping that his Friend j this time Little Willy stood bold upright and would accept a new copy of Saurin As he thought jumped Over the dreadful Gulf into his father s the old copy must be worn out. Thorpe most powerful arms. He looked up with a smile pleasantly accepted the present and told bag and his father setting him of the floor said Ster that he Hope d he had been a Reilly profited j there Willy that was Faith. There is the by the labors of the Best preacher which frence Lead ener produced. J there lived in Thorpe Day and we Hope yet in a City ten or twelve Miles from Bristol will in Iron to a a b la i liar bul uru 1 Iuie i i a he smiled and y. A Phil he had1 i ss.1 Tro in o. It May no. Iry to get Muro i Lull known Olive dialled g Lily with a t it to Iho a still lie hours in Sescil hold subject her j Ura. The old lady of new irial. J i come Over cur i c no her Sisters. She ban grown is grave j i grimly i i inf haled Harry when he cur and i if Tilc Liuo him now for a he n Lite us moping. I d sire to keep my neck a i i Mot lick sent her i Luer to be Partick get it into her room shortly Niter Tim Kiaune Jan Little , Maun of we be in r do Early fond. Fri. Hill Brou _ an a Sci it Down on tin if s ing tile Sorc Ngoh of the dish Aud said i wonder if your is afraid you la not have enough to fit Here Onu would link you were a child of n boarding school a Nikii controlled herself by a Strong Effort and mad her no simply gift from her hands Ivich a nod of acknowledgement. La by Day brought her some such Putty annoy Ami hit Kilchr in in who waa old and quite As troublesome As his wife ii a it required All Emma s love for Harry to carry her through. I til adhered to her determination car. To conceal her trouble from her husband i i i l he Nuli cd she was less vivacious Lii ought tie mail tic of matronly dignity so to ins Young wife that he fell no u find fault with it. In the Meau mrs. Hill be Iii confined-lo1 a violent influenza Limo reins of government Micro very unwillingly resigned into Emma s the endless charges she Leco ivc a about and sweeping and cooking ending in ways Poti Lequy a s the door closed a Nova Retreat Iota farm 1 am a Goose to f Lior anything about it she s As ignorant As a it will ail go in Ono ear and out at old lady groaned in spirit As vision of the nose of Llic Tea Kettle pointing n by or the sauce pan Hung on the Nail filled through her mind. Emma herself to the utmost to please her but i by herself guards of tint . I Well to marshal Sonell governor of Mund told Iii a what Hud place were lest i und reminded him of the decree to suppress this Pruel was always not quite the not arranged easily behind her Back or Cipi Cecil to find bedlam let when Gul Down stairs and various other encourage in the same character. Said Harry How should you like living five Miles out of the City i have seen a suit Uii my fancy and i think of with the Hull of the slab flew up. Then the faces of the Iii quasi liars Gre a Pale As d Whan the lined Ivri Linar appeared on the Wall they trembled All Over. Bonc nah the Marble slab now partly there was a staircase i stepped to the and tool from Llie candlestick one of the is four feet in length was Burn ing Llinat i might explore the room below. As i was do into was by Onu it the Iriqui Siliris who Laid is Viand gently on my Nam and Vilii a very and holy. Look sni a my son Yon inst not take , lights Wilh your b oily hands they Are i. I Iii i will take a holy thing to shod liulil1 i iniquity 1 will Bear iht.1 res Pousi Billiy 1 took the Connill and proc Teiler Down the Stair Case. As we Vrbac Lionil Ihu loot of in a stairs we entered a i a r ire Square room Shioli was called the Hallof in Ilie ctn ire of it was a Marjre Block and a Chain Fisl ened to it. On ibis they Hull been accustomed to place the churned to on one Side of the to Uri was an elevated Cut called the throne of judgment. This the Gene ral occupied and Oil either Side were Seabil Eleva fid for the holy Flithers we Iii engaged in solemn business of the holy inquisition. Quantity in Ilia vans beneath tie building and placed a slow match in connection Villi it. All had withdrawn to a arid in a few moments there was a most sight to Imbu sends the Walls and Turret of the massive Structure majestically towards the heavens impelled by the tremendous explosion and to immense Heap of ruins. The Iri qui Sitison was no More men and women somebody is reporting for the Boston journal certain speeches of father who is a very sensitive old Cove. The following is his opinion of the present has he i wonder they Don t nil for what with the and the men and now a Davs whore is it nil 1 Call thesis clues i mercy Liliu Irbid Grain fathers could see them. A acre True Eliesi popinjays Are nothing world bul Vaneer if we go on at this rate the race will be run out by another Shan t have any thing left Lull 11 mixture of coxcomb and Monkey. The women no is just they Are reared fur nothing in nil or the Sun but to put in a when i was a boy it j spinning wheel blood in Tho i Kitchen and the dyeing in the Corner Tivey i were put to work As soon As they could walk inst Lulion. Marshal Soult said that he might go Aud destroy it col. Ujj. Lold him Lylial his re ski mint the 9lh of the polish was not sufficient for such a service but if he would would give him two additional regiments the 117th and another which he named lie would undertake the work. The 117 regiment was under the command of col. De Lile who is now like col. L., a minister of the gospel and an evangelical Church in Marseilles France. The troops required were granted and i proceeded said col. A to the inquisition which was stationed about five Miles from the City. It was surrounded by a Wall of great strength and defended by a company of soldiers. When we arrived at the Walls i addressed one of the sentinels and summoned the holy fathers to surrender to the Imperial army and open the Gates of the inquisition. The Sentinel Avo was standing on the Wall appeared to enter into conversation for a moment with one within at the class of which he presented his Muskel and shot of my men. This was a signal of attack and i ordered my troops to fire upon those that appeared on the Walls. In was soon obvious that it was an unequal warfare. The Walls of the inquisition were covered Wilh the soldiers of the holy office there was also a breastworks upon the Wall behind which they partially exposed themselves As they _ discharged their mussels. Our troops were in i which they gave to cover their the open Plain and exposed to a ass o e of a fusion. I .1 i i r i they noun l live or Nursery maid to run after from this room we proceeded to the right and mothers Werin i ashamed to tend to obtained Access to some cells extending their own babies they could sew on a Patch the entire length of lie cd face and Here such and Rock Cradle it besides toe gals were Sirr hts win a Monturi is no Var or. So i for in those times they could spin n and weave Wool and Linen Lipscy Woolsey and Wear it was done. They d eat bean porridge with a Pewter spoon and they were enough sight happier better suited. In fifth e gala Are now with their silk gowns their French sights were presented As we1 Hope never again. These cells were places of solitary confine ment where the wretched objects of inquisitor Ial hate were confined year Aher year till death released them from their sufferings and there their bodies were suffuse to to remain until they were entirely decayed and the rooms fit. Tor others to occupy. To prevent this from being offensive to those who occupied the inquisition there were flues or tubes extending to the open air sufficiently capacious to carry off the Ordor. In these cells we found the remains of some who had paid the debt of nature some of them had been dead apparently but a Short time while of others nothing remained but their chained to the floor of their Dungeon. Iri other cells we found living sufferers of both sexes and of every age from threescore years and ten Down to fourteen or fifteen naked As when born into the world and All in chains Here Yvere old men and aged women who had been shut up for Many years. Here too were the Middle aged and Man and the Maiden of fourteen years old the soldiers immediately went to work to release the captives from their chains and took from their Knapsacks their overcoats and other clothing one of the most profitable preachers of the a he and Trio re had been engaged to preach on occasion of Hie of a new Church an. Of hell Between you and eternal life your heavenly father holds out for you the arms of his love and sen1 his Only son to die and prove it to you. Trust him. As you. Have trusted me and you will save your travelled a great part of thex journey on Llic Lay preceding together. On the Way Thorpe acknowledged tint to bad made no preparation for the service and indeed was not even pro Viil with a . Beautiful figure. Two painters were employed to Fresco the Walls of a magnificent Cathedral both stood on a rude scuff bling constructed for the purpose for this Iris companion some forty feel from the floor. One of them was by blamed him. Lille thinking of what then sult so intent upon his work wholly to be. Arrived the end if their journey. In admiration from be they were put to of Espiri beit ii in l lie who was no the time exceedingly careful of his delivery. Supposing Thorpe to be asleep he carefully re pealed aloud the Sermon he had to ii the morning. Thorpe Lay and heard it Adi Nirol i and formed his plans respecting it. Vol Itjin by arose he entreated a to exch us with him chiefly pleading Oliai i Iid Uit f. Quite comfortable in the idea of feb Luw Ifil. Finished Sermon that no doubt . I i Oliver in thu morning besides which by i or the larger congregation would be in alter Hisiu a in i thu evening. The bait took the Uii gave up Aii l when he went to Ahur ii it was to listen to his own Sermon prepared Wilh so much care air the evening am l whal added to his Morli cation. Was. Iliot wherever Thorp had delivered one of the Fine to passives he would pause for a Manv at to lock Tiitu a s face to see How it tools this was by no Means the Only ser Mph of j that had been stolen from him we have heard him say that in he has some i tips gone into a strange Chiichi Hadin of listening to a denomination delivering and Mur. Der info one his own printed sermons Oitice introduced of itself to Cue of these thieves to reprove him for them whip Ali j Beard Plain k gut. As the minis. We had no Cannon and the Gates successfully resisted Ojill attempts at forcing them. I could hot retire and Send for , to break through the Walls without giving them time for laying a train for blowing us up. I saw that it was necessary to change the Mode of attack and directed some Trees to be Cut Down and trim med to be used battering rums. Two of they were exceedingly anxious to bring Ham out to the Light Jef Day hut colonel l., aware of the danger had food Given them and then brought them gradually to the Light As they were Able to Bear it. We then proceeded said col. A to explore another room on the left. Here we found the instruments of torture of every kind which the ingenuity of men or devils could invent. Col. Twin i of suied Slie wished to ask docs a Nair Moulti run Wilh its bul she Only said i 0 id no ,1qw i cd till 1 my it but i should fear it would work fit them at it Early j Sabin la he delivered m tit evening entirely idleness is Foreman and to Clain is i from memory substantially the same Sermon he so Strong As the Iron wait. Watt was no had heard from a. On going grazing at it will of pct Ling where he was. Sci Vivod slowly surveying critically Sinork a Iii Ien cil unlit he hatin Art Duie very c-.i.2c of the Ripon which l in at this ii licit turn. Of Illy a in peril instant a ii tha Vou d be in i Pirritt ii the Mienl a Tienyi if he spoke to him it.wa-5 certain if he held his peace death was equally he regained his ure Senei seizing a wet Brush Flonna it Assn just ill .1 spattering the Beautiful picture Unsin Finis tie Painter , for Rford. Turned upon his Triendl with fierce imprecations Iuit Sturlis Al his ghastly face he listened to the a Ticia of Lokeil shut daringly Over so acc Andi Ivich Era till in blessed the mid. A paid n preacher to Sam tires Tret Eil in looking Nunn Iho pictures of. And Iii them step by cow ird i of when the Aluisi Lihty out the Linau Laiful i midges and we Spring r. Forward to lament their the outstretched arms of mercy and Are saved. S epigrams the manage of a or. Week to a miss Field j. Alas Klinl any Weed soil so fair x Field for Khoi Ihl Tii Al sri fifi f what weeds Hie Fil in will Yie lil. Ii Jimd spoiled his Pennon. On one occasion a living minister j in London when he a proc lion Sermon which not Ridloff by any one that heard it. Ter arrived at his Home very late in the week the marriage of a or. Bird to a miss fish and had not time to prepare two sermons fur the of Bath Iron body s fool i can Tell i folks Don t stand still. Here in this world they his round a i1uuiu ii Lii j 1113 i Lullu he knew what among his friends on the monday he i n i found his people in a state of excitement such Are going one Way or t other. If they aint draw a is he never witnessed by fire. Ing the sled up Hill they la be i contended that he had been personal and every q Adam was a Farmer and eve Lead no Irish that Lei preacher meant Ste wrote the Foh owing for Man contended that the preacher meant him. The pastor got through for the time As quietly Adam was a Farmer and eve Lead no Irish Eal or Nigger wench to to unit upon her. What do these popinjays say Tol Thall ashamed of the i As he could expecting How the matter would old folks i la warrant. Adam was t in a few Days his com Rah met on their general business Anil the pastor took an oppor was t know All that. But they can t Are so delicate a they Vera so weakly. What has made them so weakly Send off Yourl chamber maids your and set your own gals about it. It Mads smart women of their grand Mot Liers and if the old blood Ain t run out they will be Good for something yet. It used to be the fashion lobe pot in debt he tried to pay. If he did to pub Lic opinion set a Mark upon him but it is not so tries not to lie cheat and steal for what better is it than stealing and the one that can cheat the fastest is the Best Fel Low. It is astonishing How Slippery these Fel lows Are. Slip through smallest holes. Just As soon think of catching a Flea napping As one of them. They drive fast teams without curb or bit buy All they can pay for As Little As Possi ble pocket All they can carry then fail make a smash Ahnke themselves Clear of the splinters snap their fingers at to Weir creditors go to Cali fornia or to grass nobody knows begin again Good Grace pics if some of Tasso fellow had lived forty years ago they d have clapped them in prison and i sved their Heads. Shut in a n bin Nivous Ash 1 suit of. Jyh it 1 Hail wings a hears Trio wish is Trail h a priest he in new who soon a Mysia spoil Aroi Mij then threw saying Fiah , and off the flew. Unity of stating the facts and Laid on the table a printed copy of the Sermon As delivered by a reported for the a London pub. Location devoted to sermons. One fact More and will Rolive Tention of the Reader. In relates to a him self one lord s Day he was absent from his pulpit which was occupied by a Yonng Man with whom he had recently become and who had delivered a Sermon which had. Greatly charmed him. In the evening of the Day the Young Supply delivered a Sermon he had before preached inf the presence of their pastor. Did not conceal their Dis pleasure that tie had stolen from their pastor who had preached it to them verbatim Only on the preceding lord s Day evening. The Young minister asserted his innocence but no one believed. He did not himself at Liberty Hartford review is ili6 morn that brings no eve the Corn that no cobs leave Blue is the sky never look Ryc ller hard is Ibe a Polo that never grows but longer and bluer and harder is my own my adorable poll. To slate the facts of the not to leave the City till or. J sortie explanation could 1 e Given. On the Fol lowing lord s Day he i inverted in his pulpit to the circumstance of the june mormon from the lame pulpit on two sub Casita Sabbath even Case but determined resumed and James i. Issued a proclamation in which tha voters Ifor members of parliament Are directed not in choose Curie us and wrangling lawyers who seek reputation Lions and in Anci allowed to sit in a i Sai my brother John ses in the that he likes them sae Well of my part i wad company of a e lad i Twenty a Boatman Aske stood for Afler a a Tain answered with Why anti Mason a Man is often St by stirring needless it times were not Liam enl. A what the his Captain what a. M. E name to which the Cap i look of great sagacity you darned fool re that he right be Cense he is too stupid to n that he m wrong. Is paper is paper

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