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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 17, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaFaster general i of paper postage j r within one hum cation out of t Sony pan o asters Are at Lili award them toll is of lording an of order tie work a stage. Lic incs that Alt s Lite pills am ugly sustaining ii to honestly Anil my son Ever vet i without being so Pele upon himself Asti c Liaf yearly in Advance j. P. At Wear printed and published 34. Wellsborough wednesday april 17, 1844 from the brother Jonathan. The luckless lovers. 8t 3. Stirling. On Earth assault May bide n time and shifting tide Belo de i swear to thee Jii Jive heart8 that foiled in a world above the moment s misty sea. I of sweeter than the Light of Dawn thin music in the Woods withdrawn clamors of the crowd i new creation All our own unvisited by scoff or groan Joy Flag a is Faith in silence vow d. Two hearts by reason nobly sad nor Rashott Blind nor Elad not a Bliss in their communion left and full All custom s deadly Rule 1 for Ife is Only this. I 1 Sofclis we met in sighs and sobs 1 such a tire from the wretched Rob to heaven Allied great Calm was our a strength severe. Though wet with Many a scalding i when soul to soul replied. Of Silty dark pyes and gentle Speel in memory has a Power to teach j what know not Many Wise. J new stats Rise the ancient cd but not for us my in Pale maid to lost that pure the pure Delight the awful Chang in wonder s Range thai binds the Twain in one while fear foes friends and Fate and All that wreck our moral Sitiel shall pass like motes i the Sui in his Fine Frame the throttle feel the music that his note reveals and Spile of shafts and nets. How better it the dying Bird than some dumb Stone that Neer wins heard thai Arrow Nevei threats 1 Duda ining Man the mountains is love less Kindred with do skies or less their maker s will 1 the strains without a human a Sofije flow on a needing lies and Laws Ivill a Caius for words be still 1 for the Tioga Eagle. Letches Uto. 1. Dear following sketches have been entrusted to me by the writer who was a classmate and College Friend of and Wilh whom i am now in weekly correspondence though May sometimes highly Colour there is no fiction in what he since his return he has become the staid the let taciturn Middle aged gentlemen with Teri Wanland whole Lii de to his books and correspondence living Tuiet Independence with his brother and in 1 the luxury of intellectual communion wit i his sister who is also a lady of extensive adj mpg and a most cultivated with h ency i was once indeed on a Macalio visit to the Granite state most delightfully enamoured la fact 1 made her an offer hand and heart. She refused Liera tals and Beautiful scenes of the divine lore of Klopstock but alas . Truthfulness were sickening i fled for food to the sir ring pages of Kotzebue and Schiller and Huffman and Goethe. But he the utter one i had looked up to As my German father died and the nation Yea the none deeper than when the nation buried him i Down the Rhine and plunged into the cold regions of the North traversed the scandinavian Peninsula the snows of Russia and by the Deso late path of the sought the Cas Pean sea wandered through the coun try of Hafiz listened to the persian minstrel As he haunted the maid of a Jarbeck Laid myself Down by the Side of ancient Babylon and the still Waters of the mighty Euph Raos tra versed 1he Sandy deserts to he tombs of the Kings of Egypt s upon the mess and nothing but the old spliced Liberty pole remained a of old and he Cove around the City had become the site of Mills and machinery and was no longer the free Home of the dwellers of the oozy slime. I passed Over to the spot where in ear v youth i had drank in the Waters of the Pierian there 1 Learned p within the heart sire of revenge. And e from that mansion was the grave Yard. Of How ardent to die when Twenty wretchedness an to feel How de might sink the it at a Little Distan by had i longed years ago i Laid made grave and Spring and in shades i had been of grief and t dubbed an a. B. But that too was. Changed a new race was there and 1 turned about Liri silence arid retraced my to the City. the the voice of the Gerru Ous passengers the kiss no the baggage1, by of the porters and the rattling of f Carriage i in every direction made p a Sce in of most enchanting confusion s we were embarking on Board oppose what Ocean s Roll vital Downs o Ershadi the weeping soul Ala were Long to Tell. J but something is More than frowns and coldness rocks and seas until its so sans tin Vass no Bard by nigh Uene Aih his High born lady s Ligh thai fro a Lier Terret shone. Next morning in the a Olaje i a Blade Troke Corpse was find. Her a soft had Cut his bosom s Bone. What reap d lord Wilfrid used in another morning broke be. Ion was with and twas her last and Only Tami her Sweet Lions might slum the minstrel had lire rest. Night. By Florence night thou to the Lime for rest. When wearied limbs repose and on Why Calm mater Ial breast the aching eyelids close night ibo re the time for rest Nizhi thou re the time for dreams when visions of Tho past Lmh n or Ilie soul from i streams. Too fresh too fair to last. Niolu thou it the time Lor night thou it the Lime for Pray when no world haunting disturbs the mind but like thin air ii is with stillness fraught thou re the Lime for Pray night thou it the Lime for Gre which Daylight hath suppressed when Penl up feelings find Rel nor fear the world Ling s jest night. Thou it the time Forari Nicht Thon re the Lime for which no in lenders know i Hose Idle pity scarce hid _ would mock them As they Advt night thou it Ilie Lime for tear night is the time for gentle thoughts hold Sway and All tempest passions cease. That tear the heart by Day night 19 the Lime for peace. Then Welcome gentle night most my soul is wearied of life s pageant blight and needs Why soft control j j. Then Welcome gentle night. 1 other ins an extract of a Long Teller he whole me live land to the country of my birth from which i had Long been a wanderer. For Twenty years i had seen no one face i had beheld i hat held commune with none of the companions or friends of my youth and As Bijai As he Learned accidentally indeed my j Klujew that they lived. To them to my who once Corn s Poydence with his sister ency for Iho j i As one dead. If perchance they in e under the same roof they keep up a they had heard of the maniac St nerf Uresy Fondene and thus remain on paper or had read the wild legends of his pot using thoughts of the Day and he is fre could nol dream in the peace p i a min Mill no nine y furnishing me Wilh sketches of events Aroe under his observation in his Twenty Yea s.--------, readers Aslo me will amply repay a perusal yours j l e line Twenty years or where i Aff Effion which from some cause or id not prove Happy in its results. 1 of Blarrie her for refusing me Lei the ave been either for in fact i was not a stable match for any girl. God bless 1 r old maid and make the declining years Iroler and sister Happy. The follow Ier presence that she would nol leave rujri9 of an ancient world prostrated i suspect however there was upon the Topmost Slone othe mightiest Pyramid and prayed god i might die. And now i was returning to 3ar which 4as to carry me Miles of my native horned even up ii 0 uie very Flearl of the Granite slate the s x j maniac arid Tri eluded their Vig came a wander Earth and Ihlae me often called me so 1 deep deep lot influence of the me on while watched Over my cd to the engineering investigations carried on while Borin g for water in the great Oasis. That they were acquainted with the principle of the Railroad is obvious that is to say try which my brother has kind All my own and View again scene. Again 1 and in the seclusion a Village will we cull the existence and in the enjoy s Bliss of intellectual pleasure j prepare ourselves for a Quie and peaceful end. They had artificial-causeways., level reel and grooved file grooves being anointed with Lor the convey Ance from great distances of enormous blocks j of Stone entire Stone Lem Les and colossal statues of half the height of the Monument. Rajm Avants of Iron it is said have lately been found these Roc Ives. Of Nelly m. Arago Lias armed that they hot Only possess a Rowledge of steam Power which they ploy de in the Cavern mysteries of air Pagan freemasonry but that the modern steam engine is derived of Lomuti de cans the predecessor of f Worcester from the invention of Ero the egyptian Engineer. The on Cal of the egyptian Sopho i with loses before pharaoh pays singular tribute to their Union of knowledge and no supernatural Aid is intimated. Three of the miracles of Cir natural magic see sir d. Brew Ter the jugglers of the East can. And o now perform. In the fourth a n at empt to produce the lowest form of ice they fail. From the whole state ment one. Inference is Safe that the child of Feill e other to Charley we offered to accompany him of correction. T replied that con Pef Conige. I m afeard Shozo said a girl get tin e a few Days since at one of ies in you re How 1 be to be you can t be More tickle Der nys Bluey to be caring ambition of the led from the trim jigs of embalming the Chicken Hal chit g imitating and assisting the prot Jucson of life to a Frankenstein Experiment on the Ijlal fluid and on the principle of life itself perhaps to experiments like those correctly or incorrectly As scribed to , in the Hope of creating not reviving the lowest form of animal existence. A Westminster review. V2 leap feared Tor of the Over heard following dialogue on new year s night you take Rny said a 10 a Jou Giuly after . La yes and you too seeing in tit leap Wai the Quick i newspaper i newspaper

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