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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 13, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaRing made these us and in. Time past cob in quention which n to by the s country Ana in d and that it courage rent from this and other cans of which the of fear Hope re expressed in the Muscles and limbs e human Wilt. Ans May be exc hair action Modi As the condition c quire. Ii Eric nature is gov car 1u its self and led from one person t these Laws Are the lid the functions of i the location of Oles of the mental i Etc., Etc. Hns been engaged. Of magnetic to the results of that tie believes in these assume Houkal prove to i hat they Are Imas must so As any i be illustrating the natures of Man. Be illustrated by some of which be tie whole Ren j of surpassing in a worthy of Pat and scientific stand the mysteries the plates will be inasmuch As they n Many magnetic unknown or not 3 or More will be features in the he magnetic courses Iii event physical a thing never before nil be seen the Only physiognomy Ever 1. In a word with new and by question relating ent Alj and Magnet explaining the so Nam to insanity mad id fanaticism the exhibit the claims the attention of the Sist them How far nor May be used v files for its pages cts the assistance of 1 Ard scientific Gen v respectability i be published once Ber containing then so pages with n procuring Stibs Cri a d to regain the pay ride the balance be Ubl Isber. Freo by of who shall give this no this paragraph receive the Magnet me i Tor one year 9 containing this no marked to Tjiema treet new York City vol. No. 35 printed and published every wednesday by .1. P. 1 Tioga 10ugh, Tioga county a conditions. T7 my letters arid communications must be Tjo ensure attention so subscription received for a Shorter period .1 sit m nth nor will any paper be Discon tji dil s1a i j r i Dun six m i nixed hoi will Llly to All arrearage Are paid but at opt Ion of making not More than a Aili three times for one or insertion Twenty five to r charged in the exceeding six lines wiil to Fly and those making six i seventy Jive 18 it i i for time after. The Price for or the same. Y2 reduction to these who icy from Vale and this Happy Stream and Forth band v to 4 rum s destructive a i d its victim sover accursed on Zeal of Pien most never think of wiling Jin and Tii to lipid wilful of woes have co top. Arp Ali Idlitt d streams our i slighted Here to drink and Diu o to them and the in Temperance the Voi Derrus it. Onward till shall shard the the till the wide by it and Temperance bizarre by jest and eapxi3t." shall a the a Man torn the career of humor Shakespeare. In the Black Bull Watt Al at table which foamed a newly pot Porter were Tom Doyle they approaching Man Hood nearly same ago and the Jime but in aspect most they Ofa three weeks they sat Down at the talking of their affairs Friendly manner. Tom by that in to a but Circle of a Nain he whole life in Lon Don part in the streets of received such an the of London sup ply the shifts of had him cunning cold contempt ill usage Given him for Elitude should happen. He and seemed an Frank Evans h away from town Fields a up trading to things Famili not been in Coelom d to walk c Omi Nual tread his passage or unprincipled facing was less of Btu and the great slug human eing with another exile jct was rot so palpable. He crowds Anc nes of a m Ney rna Vivily carried on for i halt dust Rio totally i to be tur he a Ifu-1, Rath a and of ignorant of Hei was j unnatural Combina Ion of the boy and lie Man the Carlyss Folie of Immanu qty Conj med wit the calculating vices of maturity. Id been brought up air Green yes Clear streams r to him. He had a simple not very dec tied character what is called the about equally liable de to Good or evil. Hither been Chi Fly subjected to be fluence jut a three Loeks with effect intimacy troyle had not been elect. The intimacy Van brought about one a morning on Condon Bridge with his hands inserted 11 h s pockets and whistling As he con template the Dep get it Estner from arture of the mar the wharf below Mojo we Iii while 10 engage 1 another Spectator place at of year payable half Well Borough w e d n e s d a i april ,13, i a 4 his1 Side and gazed on the proceeding with an Earnest Eunos contrasted remarkably with his a enjoying languid glance. Spec Tator was Frank Evans. A Conversa Tion in such by which Doyle Learned from the communicative stranger that he had come to London Only a few Days he. Had runaway from Titis native ullage in consequence his parents and that he i s now yith an Uncle at was exerting him self in make up makers. From Day Doyle and Evans of ten met. The London youth under took Vith great kindness to instruct his county Friend in Spode of Titei ways of the Metropolis and the latter under took to furnish the far As his resources and his Ancle s Bounty would allow but now Jari epoch had arrived in their Intercourse. Doyle wished Evan i to join the coterie of Ned Roper m enterprising individual who did much business of an illegal but productive c in actor. This Hethe Lyas lie had himself resolved of or seme scruples to enter Oft the Busi Ness himself. To this proposition Rvan i objected in the first place that Lic did not like it Abstractedly and in the second place that had offered to procure him the situation of a merchant s House which might lira too seat in the counting House itself and that to Opu Lence and consider Nikon. They agreed to discuss the matter que Jelly Over a pot o Blad 3 Shan if i Porter in the tap room of the Bull. F by said Doyle i in de of me to t cinder n t. What s the Odds if there is i danger or so with a blk said better than a Muff Ofa por str in any infernal old cheating counting Houst c Orne Tom no bad you May he right but i eel so sure of it. If i refuse to his situation my Uncle will turn said Doit take me o a Otlie Preth if it t of i know and what of said Doyle r people have doors i s pose. I d soon turn myself out of his doors Likely my la ago my u unless to o l toss i clinic he with hey or u n t i i Ell said Evans i la Tell what i la do to is Tlle it one Way or the other. We might talk Here All night and should it make up my mind. I la toss you for i go to the merchant tails i Goto Ned lend Friej a half w t lend you exclaimed ploy lev thing i lend you i t half Penny at hours a lost a incl i paid 013 half Penny for this pot of Porter said Evans and icle has sworn to give me no More i m obedient. Dash it i shall aged to go to Ned for want of a t to give the counting House a fumbled in successive pockets he View of placing his destination d doubt. He Fourd each empty in this last of left Waist coat the extreme left Corner his s Iger e scour Ilerd something hav ing Talfie feeling of a Coin. Lie Drew it Forth and displayed an of battered Verdigris covered Farthing. To had re main d there nov it was to decide Pori a a Setimo. exclaimed Evans Joy fully Here is shall Tell us. Now see fair play remember head is Lor the merchant and Tail Here goes i line Coin spun in the air and defended o r the was head. Merchant Evans. Oss again and hold your noise said Doyle sullenly. The Coin spun in the air and descended in the table was Tail. Ned forever exclaimed Boyle. Now for the last toss i said Evars. His heart beat room seemed to swin around with his knee trembled. His previous Reck less calmness had disappeared and he was wound of to an intense pitch of anxiety he did not to wish either Way or if so mounted to but half a wish. He tossed up the Earth n j for the last time. The Coin spun in the air and de sched Vej or the was head. Muttered djo Lethro his Teeth. .1 e ans spoke not a word. He was very Pale and his eyes were fixed on the ground hang it Doyle you Don t Mafi Call the thing settled because the cursed old Farthi Reg came Heads instead of Well talk it no said Evans i am fixed i swear solemnly that if the re sult had been contrary 1 would have acted on it As rigidly faces would then have been one As it is we must see each other no More. A dirty brass Farthing has decided my course of life and at the door of the Black Bull that evening Tom Doyle and Frank Evans Shook hands parted and went in different directions. They never met again. Tom Doyle took to Petty he proceeded from that to burglary and one night having imbibed too much he quarrelled with a Comrade and struck him such a blow on the head that his Comrade never moved afterwards. Tom Doyle was hanged in old Baily at 8 o clock on a misty mor Ning to the great amusement of a select Compaq in of both sexes. Frank Evans became a Light Porter afterwards a clerk Anil afterwards a partner. His Industry was his Honor was unimpeachable and paper bearing the signature of Sterling of Evans was taken with As much Confidence As that issued by the Bank of England. Great is the Reward of virtue and striking is the punishment of Tom Doyle lies dead and unplayed for or. Francis Evans is alive and rides in coach. Yet if on that me Morable evening at the Black Bull Francis Iliad been a Little More pursue arable Dan had not found the far thing or the fanning turned up Tail he might have been Jhan ged like Tom Doyle and might now be dead and Vyn prayed. For instead of being alive and Riding in his coach. Mohal. Life is a brass Farthing and in the toss up Between Fate and each human being High Low birth niches and poverty Wisdom and Folly learn ing and ignorance virtue and vice Aret but other names for head and Tail. Factory workers and i happened to be wandering Onje evening through a dirty Lane in the part of the town where tire operatives Are clustered. The factories just opening their doors for weary thousands to go Home and i of rag ged Pale men woman and there was an air of and exhaustion of Servile degradation and fee Bleness about very Many i saw among whom were persons of All old and Haggard to children of tender years. I stood at the Corner of a Street and looked at lha1 crowds As they passed along. I observed a 1 boy apparently about twelve or thirteen years of age holding up and dragging a Pale Little girl considerably younger than himself. Along now Meggy can t you go for yourself a bit am about to give up and can t carry you i took the Little creature s left hand and the boy took the other and we led her to her Home. The eyes of one in the Street were turned upon me As though it were a strange thing Jio see a Well dressed person take a painting child by the hand. What is the mat Ter my boy with your she s tired sir for Shu is not used to the Mill work yet and it comes hard on Many Brothers and Sis Ter have six of us in All. George is apprenticed at Preston and Sarah and Kate and Bill work in or. we turned into a very narrow filthy Lane and the boy pointing the any Down into the base ment said Here we the Steps were Steep and flare Oil l took the Little girl in arms arid carried her into the Sellar the Mother was Ivino in one Corner of on a Low bed the apartment. She Rose afle r one or two o Succes fax Jef flirts and set on the Side of the bed i the room was nearly Lark and what right there was came the door to entered and fell upon her face. Her countenance looked shallow and consumptive her Cheek was feverish and her eyes were sunk deep in her head. I apologized j for intruding. Of she i in a Low and hollow voice god bless for entering my cellar i am glad to see any one but my hungry child the Little girl claimed upon the bed and Lay Down the boy threw him self upon an old Chest at the head of the bed and in a few minutes both were in Advance in a sound sleep. The widow Rose in and supporting herself by the Wall to the Corner of the room and brought a tin cup of Gruel Oatmeal and Wafel and seating herself again Fon roused up her children to eat their is pie meal. She had to shake them Sev eral times before they got up and the she fed them with an of Tift giving to each a spoon jul at a time. When the Gruel was gone the hungry children asked for More. Said the Mother you sleep now you Ca thave any nigh it s my turn to night Tommy to Haire the the Little the b y gave it and crawled Over to t e other Side of the bed to his nights set p. She licked tha spoon Imd then plunged her Little hand into ithe cup to Gat i or the last particle of the Gruel left. When she handed the cup to her Mather she turned up her eyes with a Mournful expression asked for o spoonful which the Mot e r refused. Have you More t in i inquired. Yes she answered but Only enough Forlis till when tha children s Wales come due and j be lain the rest aside for it s better to have a Little every Day than to have enough once or twice and then to have and shame of England. I from the traveller. I 9 an incident of 88 or 9 new England. The inhabitants of the go6d town of a who through the trying fortunes of the revolutionary struggle were More devout prayers for the Success of the Royal arms than for the Liberty of their i much so that even to Tiow the personal appearance of Many who Coli ducted the Republican army were one Day taken by Surprise. A gentleman Well mounted and with out attendants entered the Village. His dignified air lofty statue marked arc Noble countenance bespoke him one accustomed to com mind although his dress Plain Rich and neat exhibited nothing of Pride pomp and Cir Curr stance of military rank. He enquire j capt. A and was informed he resided in an adjoining town Ard kept a Small tavern for his support. He pushed on sought the1 old Soldier in his Humble quarters he spent the night. His Host was one of those retired veterans who had expended their Patri Mony and Best years in their country s service and had returned to his native place bringing his honorable scars arid a Quantity of worthless Continental Piper for his recompense. Nest morning accompanied by his Host the stranger intending to pursue his journey returned to the town i Tell a better and More showed establish ment then the one he had left. Curiosity was on tiptoe to ascertain who this stranger could be who should thus particularly notice poor capt. Of whom nobody any thing the Captain at last answered their ques Tion by saying w to should it be but my old commander Gen. Wash from moment the Captain be came a pers Flage of importance in thie eyes of his neighbors and was the maps Ter of ceremonies who introduced the future president of the Republic the Good people of the town of he the Veteran was Eyer afterwards n 3 tired to Dine at the tables where wealth and aristocracy would afew Days before this Evert have a seat and from the most influential family of the place to whom he had introduced the general was assured that a plate was ready for him every Sabbath. I had the anecdote from one who resided in the Tow n of hat the time and have no Dou tit that in sub stance it is Correct. There is a Man in this place whose memory is so Short that it Only reaches to his Knees his feet Are so out of reach of it that he can t remember from Day to Day whither he has paid for his Boot or not. The Shoemaker Saya he Siil owes for them but he dont recollect a word about it himself. A a Well my what did t you Tell me the world was round then i d like to know How it come to an end my child often Mast i Tell you not to talk you dear the How when Futon and Berna cd and co Respi Long and Dolence Between Ham the question of peace or War. Between Texas and Mexico new Orleans papers. Former Seei Jris quite deter i led to consider the texans As foes. War he says he believes to be necessary to be a measure irid i sensible to the co Arica that her faithfully perform h not Strain her resources to the utmost boldly to enforce a her Justice. The Hamilton proposes peace and limit alien into with Texas up i indemnification of dollars which he a he place in object within three of the agreement f 5o if not paid within the year i whole no. 191. Indence. Correspond Bee relative to published 4n the salvation of mex verment will not r duties if she does full confession of of general a treaty of that should be entered n the basis of an five millions of assures Santa an London for this weeks after receipt gather with two Hundred thousand dollars which will be secretly placed at the disposal of the Goncy of the mexican the reply of Santa Ana is dated february 18th, and is a severe rebuke to general Hamilton to Cacy in addressing with cer Aih promo positions. Him with. His Wani of Deli whom he had no previous acquaintance Sither official or personal. Santa Ana expresses the pro found disgust which had been excited in him by general Irlan Ailton coming so rudely Forward to propose to him the Sale of Texas and the acquisitiprl1 of he says you Corrie Noel by acknowledging yourself a citizen of the United states and at the same Lime agent of the recognition of its Independence by the european and for it Nown and unfortunate negotiation for cans. I do not conceive How you can preserve the title of a citizen of a nation at peace Harmony and Friendship with Mexico whip kit the same time you Endeavor to do her All the harm in your Power and to Cut off from her a part of her territory which you have employed with such singular activity. This species of impudence with which you represent yourself As a citizen of the United states excites vivid recollections that your country men first Coni Kencec the War introduced disorder into Texas and still maintain stand ions violation of the treaties which Good Faith unite the two nations. But leaving this examination to tie criticism of the civilized world which is ignorant Nei ther of the origin nor the tendencies of the usurpation of Texas i will quickly show you that you Are mistaken and thai too greatly in supposing Mexico deficient either in t in strength or the will to maintain her incontestable rights 1 feeling As i do All the Merit and importance of Texas All the basis of my country s and the i Pardon Ible results of their renunciation i can never contribute to the recognition of her fatal j will say More never will i permit Sny one to dare Ido that which the nation will not Sanction and he whoever he May be shall be considered and punished As a traitor to the rights and and the glory i your proposals of five millions of dollars for the renunciation it Texas is a miscalculation and an act of audacity permit me sir t add to you that your offer of two i undred thousand dollars for the secret the government of Mexico is an insult and infamy unworthy of a gentleman. Perhaps you have ventured upon this impudence yield no to the illusion that my return Toi Power gave some probability to the Hope of an arrange ment favourable to Texas if such was your opinion you like Many other shave been deceived i or i have changed neither my convictions nor my resolutions nor am i Boun i by any pledge or Promise that could give plausibility to so unjust a theme Jecan Arr a he says have again taken position of offence and she will not vary her attitude till she plants the Eagle Standard on the Bank of the question of Texas involves an other of the greatest importance cause of humanity of slavery Mexico who has Given the Noble and illustrious example of renouncing to the increase of her wealth and even to the cultivation Fields that she May not eee them fattened with the sweat the blood and the of the a. African race will not Retro Edei in this coarse and her efforts to recover a usurped territory the blessed by All those who sincerely esteem the natural and indescribable rights of the human species. Texas might yet great advantages by covering herself anew with the mexican j Gen. Hamilton s reply. Hamilton s rejoinder lacks nothing in spirit or Force. He hindi himself from the charge of at tempting to bribe so spotless a person age As the and sets Forth the official corruption acid tyranny which first forced Texas into rebellion., he reminds Santa Anna of his violation of pledges to Stephen Austain and Speaks in biting terms of the inglorious Gress it the mexican army in he says you say sir that when you com Arian died your memorable Campaign in 1836, it was illustrated by a series of victories until the occurrence of what you Are pleased to Call the unfortunate Accident of san Jacinto. Your victories if history is a greater novelist than the most of your bulletins consisted in your Beleau Ryng with a Well appointed co rps of three thousand men a Post defended by some Oner Hundred kept your whole Force for at Bay the cd Ture of which found every Man gloriously slaughtered at his Post and in the still More remarkable gallantry of murdering in cold blood five Hundred Brave men under the unfortunate fan bin who had Laid Down their arms to a Force times their number under the Faith of a capitulation which even a horde of calmus tartars would have respected. At san Jacint you were Defeated by the f Accident of your having More than two men to one in the band who were led by the Benefactor to whom you owe your life and by the still More marvellous Accident of Hia having killed in your ranks More than his whole Force and captured an amount of prisoners who outnumbered the victors. These your excellency Mast admit Are such remarkable accidents in the history of War that neither marshal Saxe and his re Erier or the great Conde in his strategy has made the smallest provision for their occur rence. 1 i after Assur fing Santa Anna that his safest and most prudent course will be to make peace with Texas As soon As general Hamilton concludes As follows. I but you seem to have decided that your Youn g neighbor shall fulfil her destiny some fifty years sooner than she would have done. In res Ponse to this determination on your part i believe there is but one ment in country which i have so recently left embodied in the Brief declaration be i moreover believe that the Only apprehension that is Felt at our resolve and i mention this to you As a the most Friend july Confidence is lest you May not come yourself at the Hedd of your invincible. Although the Texia is presbyterian Parson Jivat no to boast yet i am sure they will a cordial reception in consideration of those unrequited claims to their gratitude which you have left so largely in arrear since your last visit. As i to the Humble individual who addresses Yon although entitled to the honors of citizenship in Texas it is not necessary that i should speak of my position. Would to god you had accepted the Olive Branch which As her Public minister i offered you both in the spirit of peace and Friendship and that you had humanely to staunch the wounds of your own country bleeding at every pore. Youv have however disdained this offer in terms the indignity to Myse it and Public afro Rit to the country. You accuse meow the impudence of having offered you Silver will not be guilty of the Gasconade of offering you steel but when you do a crime i Hope i May hear the neighing War Steed on the Banks of the your o Bravo. Have he Honor to subscribe myself. With due consideration. Your most obedient Gesvent. J. Hamilton. The alarm Biell of the is Lii name of a Aew texan paper. From the last number we learn that line of his neighbors undertook to Taring the editor s nose e spa Peri
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