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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 17, 1850, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaSel whole a for spit log. From tier for a Rimmor land than Oura in c Filc Spring again w i h my and lowing a Locra and a Najand lie july in her Iran 7 11 lira a i Ilic e and and Winn. I m imprison cd a airs free am tinle upon Ilie frowning nor my and Colin die icy. Roaming sea Vav inn Lii Osc narrow wills i Pine out on Iii Iii Hills 10 go Ilic fluid Var and Vine and Iho Enen Griss Aro to grow. I Ion if droid inc Fields Alono win re Jlko Niaj str inns with voices mild murmur Lor tone ill Iliad la i me when a child. I m. O rcom la pitiless Woods h litre All d in Long he Shadona lie to Sli Iii w inn thur Soh Iudica Ami Star the Clio die or in upon Rocky sleep and in the Olimi ii Sun Loli i -. A i Iii i he valleys deep Licurs the i Waters run. Us to e Rlynn in i 10 a Guido flip in tie poll Anili Ilo ii Mote lie by and Prole Tut 1 Buind hoi Lili of Loil i Birrd inc simmer s Sci Licaus Bloom an i limn gorgeous of Tenn and Wiir Palou la storm and uni i love Iho go inc Spring several interesting works he was so modest that eym Tho publishers never Learned his Husij Jafie. Hence literary spy Hasy fever torn aside Tho Anonymous veil that concealed him. He is the writer of several excellent descriptions of character in which the inmost Springs of the human heart Are unlocked works which by translation have excited excited a sensation even Arr Png foreigners. And yet fall judges of men there was no one oftener deceived than or Quint who avoided every one but of pure bashfulness and his disposition to Solitude. Or. Quint lived on his Beautiful state like a Hermit he took care of Hue and Field poet spot was Woven Over to the right and left with ropes on which Snow White line i was flapping so that a passage through it could hardly be effected. Without much consideration or. Quint found it agreeable to stretch himself for a moment or so in the soft grass under the Shade of a great table cloth that was hanging from the rope above him. Thus Wilh his Fuca Luried toward Earth he dream ugly contemplated the landscape in the grass. His fancy caused him to see Hills and valleys like those in one of Solomon Cess Ner s idols. Lonely Little beasts wandered in the Shade of the Broad Spires of the grass Forest ised Botani Zed Drew read old and new authors i the lowly and in this Way was never alone though Seldom Proukas Noss Bushes. Trees Over sometimes his Eye by Fioros stor1. Am Yore. A y the betrothal in my till. Am a i in Viva last got married Godwin. Among the living. At the Southern end of the Vale lived his Good Fri erod or Pyk much like himself unmarried As he was though a widower possessed also of a single estate that had been formerly on old Knightly Castle with Moats Loop holes and Tow ers. Or Pyk around Little Man of a Serene i position loved company and was therefore always bustling about Village to town particularly in the Widter season when time Hung heavy on his hands. Or. Pyk liked to talk and liked to talk about everything. It was easy to see that he indeed thought himself made for an orator. He was naturally very Good Tempe Rcd although he was always contriving Law bits in order to plead in Public. Once having won a suit that he thought unjust he went laughingly to his adversary returned what really belonged to him and paid the costs. This action excited the attention of . He soon an Opportunity of becoming acquainted or. Pyk and they were loth in a Short time climate friends. Or Quint Honor de the rhetorical and hospitable acquirement rather pretty of or. Pyk and he or. Quint s learning. From thought could not followed the gnat the Bird of this unknown for est and sometimes the industrious not that ran to the to Mon Point of a spire overlooked the Distant country and quickly returned. All of a sudden or Quint s contemplations were disturbed by a remarkable insect that certainly was never designed to inhabit the landscape in the grass. Not More than a Span and a charter from his nose there appeared before Lum the two feet of some human form that did horrible mischief in the quiet grass country. It must be owned they were a pair of Dainty feet or. Quint looked upward but the Lable cloth hanging very Low it hid the person to whom the feet de. Or. Quint whose present posture was agreeable one remained in it quietly and awaited the withdrawal of this novel apparition. In certain distances were rather High. The unknown however extremely Jer tenacious As ladies Are Al to be would not forego her Pur pose until site jumped and reached the top of the pole with her hands when he lost her Baj and poles cords clothes All reeled and fell. Or. Quint would rather have seen the fall of the fell open Over him and also with the to bldg cloth in a direct line the unknown charmer a merciless paint the confusion of the Al that words shall i y Good Man 1 he kid there without sense or motion. He had scarcely presence of mind enough to Aioli Siim ked for Burden or self passive under this unto even to feign sleep out of politeness that the unknown lady might be spa Ltd All Ejon Burruss ment in her cart Jool position i hardly have a better line of conduct had not that Sam played him a trick with out impertinent nose least respect to his . It had held in Long enough and now b Egano Roar with jts utmost capacity. The disappointed Slipper wearer had indeed perceived that another unfortunate must be buried under but when she heard the Hearty sneeze she thought she had broken some Arm or leg certainly. With a loud scream she sprang up and Voith trembling hand lifted table cloth from or. Quint who raising himself from under it be came fiery red in the face and almost speech less. Wonderful that she does not shrink Are you already such Good friends Sud Denly cried a loud voice Between the two that carried them far asunder. It was or. Pyk in prop Ria Persona. Viii. T author acknowledges that or. Pyk appeared rather too soon for him As it disturbed an important remark that he was just taking the Opportunity to make. It is Besom a doubt that mr1. Quint quite forgot his advantage beside the bashful country girl. There Are certain things which must by no Means be done with a serious face one of which is the forming of a new Friendship be it with a Learned Man or a Young two species of the human race with whom it is More difficult to form an intimacy than with any other. It is the Best plan to make a joke of the first meeting with such till nature her self makes it in Earnest. Or. Pyk this Deus sex Maclina by thus break said he stammering and would have taken off his hat respectfully to the Beauty Tel girl who stood before him in equal the meantime his eyes examined very Union embarrassment but his hand grasped vainly in Cern Edv. The form n i u. 6 f u that ii Ido on not a week pasted that one did not visit tie other and yet they lived More than four Miles apart. N r. I. To nov a Darrin or Quint in t i Mit if which estate Lay was certainly Ore of most Beautiful in the country. It Vik Fco m Spring who a red and blk or a jul scrod on t lie Trees Al the of the in Lii of the Mim Dow in 1 Cern edly the form and attire of the feet. He found them very Small the stockings Snow White and the slippers which were red leather new. The Little feet he possibly belong to any but a boy of from twelve to fifteen years old or to a girl of fro a fifteen to Twenty. This last supposition if True would have created a. Sorry pre Dica infant for or. He sunk Down in Grent perplexity and doubt As to who in the world could be the possessor or posses the Little Intercourse that or. Quint had with Mankind had probably Cau de his awkwardness in general society. Notwithstanding this no one could deny that he Wensan agreeable my a life and the i under such circumstances a cold blooded lies that Springs from it needs no Praise Only philosopher be Pird Onori a Cuno Ity but but the thought of a Youngr the air for the hat yet Lay under the cursed table cloth. Stammered he i had Iain myself there on the grass am a you have suffered no harm 1" inquired she my in upon them had brought All things into their proper places the strayed slippers to their feet and the fugitive hat on its head. As it soon afterwards appeared the Heads of the two Young people Only remained out of order. Ence of surgery would be entirely up to them. Come let Bessie look into your left it is getting better of Laid or. Quint the pain is not so after Soiu Cherie or. Pyk but in future gaze less at the stars. Astron Only May have its advantages so Long As Ope is unmarried. I fancy however that Joar eyes looked at other heavens than the starry ones. But that s none of my l you talk so sighed or. Quint that i know Najt How to answer you. It would be for me at least a wicked thing to marry i am not handsome enough i am not Rich enough i am not daring enough. I would also rather not be so i shall never gets he answered or Pyk do you believe that our fathers were All Angels and in the Possession of baronies before they Coald find mothers for be there is nothing easier in the world than a wedding. And although our Eves pretend that no creature under Hen be so superfluous and indifferent to them As a Man. Rely upon if they would not much relish r Puk r a world without Vonjj. If you instead of looking a fact More in Owin Ethan Ono the stars. Your ears sometimes 11 a i to i Jiuji a Zuur ears Saniei iras would a Hank. He could not be persuaded that at the Hev Hole. You would find that wherever sacred he bashfully in a stammering voice. Tended to do her property he would wiling by have said More but the , he the two adventurers had other that they could not see the open path by Broad Daylight. The hat and the slippers con firmed his suspicions. He smiled took or. Quint by the Arm and led him into the House. And you said he frowning at the frightened girl do you not know that our strawberries Are waiting for us in the arbor1 but i suppose you my bring them into the room it is cooler in. When messes. Pyk and Quint had seated themselves at tables or. Quint began Ventrous to try and hide his Moul. He wished to Aak who she was and How she came there she irn instead i Stead stress of such delicate feet since there were no i Youthful inmates in the ancient Castle it must be , it makes one too reserved Ouner too Miinch company on the contrary makes one the of t Iyih e quite diffuse and Polne. Men in Solitude a plants Oti the High Alps which though to it appeared As an Lolini of and to of Huin Ovid sait More than he simple and and visitor. Evi answer fur u la ill w1xs Natl Lral that or. Quint and or Pyke in their dues r u is about three Miles Wale and re his wits lie resolved us there was yet time to extricate himself without delay from the i ornament have substance Lemma. He therefore raised the forefinger Lof his i Erht hand Drew the to blk cloth a Lille now past All efforts to say some it must bellowed that the study of the to tie Vounce 1 Lylw Nitro i u1b, starry heavens exceeds in interest that Orev of thing agreeable to the Young Lidy were fruit less. His lips moved his hands did the but the voice was wantin i i. And tremendous Kven a Practised Man of the world might have he cried or pvt been embarrassed by such a adventure and had not the adventure itself embarrassed him the sight of this pretty girl would hive done so. Cried or. Pvt ing to Siy i hoga i have not been Bright she blood before him a living picture of Mno or. became Cence dressed in simple and homely i your said he. Eyes modestly cast Down and her checks coloured i of an tors. Both had Good and pure natures and what differences there were gave a spice and woman s Fine Calico gown1. R. A i i i i i in i i 1 and her Crnec Taco ored hint g at the stars i u and May or. Crial pfc. You cannot he h in i Lioi of bosom pm Boiver red. And Wlmes 5 i Tinl mid Broad Evi arc d Jurl i Tif inn Rita. Valley Brown Ollir and m the Only peace 1 i i jars know. A main Road bold sides of the Stream Ali skirts of the Mountain a into the Pinn Whin a Bam i Owhi e. Apron of red stupid Linen and the skirt of som woman s Fine Calico gown. Men of the same tremble a mingled and we he options and the same disposition Are Seldom Drew Hack the aug Amu forefinger thou very intimate. We Are accustomed to Arize that in to ,1 humor Crint. A Anil 01 it in med to prize that mothers which ue1 do not possess ourselves careens old i therefore the Brunette generally gives the Preo i binary Clit. Near the Ference to the blonde and the blonde to the 1 dark haired hero. Or. Quint had Chestnut a Brunette just As properly a a blonde. Unfortunately the Good Man seemed fear both. Not one Man in ten thinks of external things such As dress Altitude the swing of the hands the nose the walk the movements of the feet the tie of the hair Jln Quint would there entirely prepared for any event this glance had thrown him into a dreadful embarrassment. Here he Lay first time at the feet of a Young woman for according to the tha had been made upon the sent kegs slippers gown and apron hem they must belong to thai tender beings. Nothing was wanting now to increase Haj desperate distress but thai mockingbird or. Pyk with his rhetoric. In this critical state he had to determine whether he would get up or continue quietly on the ground. The first term of the alternative was two fore have preferred Hij company of Twenty men any paeans t soiling aside the dancing to the com ,.j to Pany of a single Well educated Young lady. He the inhabitants of nlway9 becoming ludicrous and so by 7 my of graphically described in seen to knows name. The of he Valley. Of 1 "1 a. Cime embarrassed As soon As Fute had condemned him to a Quarter of an hour s conversation with Young ladies. Besides he had often re marked that the better he wished to appear the stiffer and More formal he grew. Long As he had known or Pyk he had never a seen in his mansion any of the woman kind sex 3 oars of ago who be plume Ilia housekeeper his maids and his pea but before sunts. This had not a Little to do with his a Etc had by longed to his Uncle. Tifful stranger Betan led by the sudden appearance of an unknown Man then it would become necessary for Hutn to say something polite about his posture and about the new acquaintance knows he must Clear himself too of All suspicion in some dexterous manner but where should he find thoughts and words for All this without committing some Blunder against be ban Ion me. I Honnol to hoodwinked if f have not before now observed the Nevin Mon i it Vig Nuvy me no Moron of the world As often As the unknown raised a mpg of your a world but Are he Eves to he looked Down As ill not believe it Coine. Now. V often u. He looked Down at her she with the me he about the matter. You Are same threw her eyes Down. Thus smitten they exchanged with each other for Long while and id not soem to tire of it at All at All. Vii. What Are you talking about returned or. Quint. I do not understand you what does smitten mean 1" i i Tlle voluble or. Pyk continued very it must be conceded that Yoang ladies sur ily you would like to hide yourself behind Passmen m quickness and presence of mind the Fig Leaf like under be same circumstances but it was no but or. Nei Allbor do not excelled to be Hwe a seek with by every Jack x i l Naples. There it is out and amen to the Good girl remained dumb. Or. Quint has brought you to the knowledge of i will not Quint and Bis silence must be broken some place must be left sooner or later and to run away from it without saying a word would be a amenable piece of awkwardness. Now when it was or. Quint s turn to cast Lis eyes Down forthe unknown was looking at n a he noticed that she had lost both her slip pers was standing with her Snow White Lockings in the grass. He Lur Ned aside look up the Little wisely thought count banish of from Paradise. Rely upon he time that i Bessie happily or unhappily interrupted this conversation. She brought strawberries and fresh wine. Or. Pyk caught hold of his Beautiful neice saying will you riot remain with us Bessie 1" i blushing she pleaded the most k i i Pood Fri of filth i 1c i i Vii if ins neighbors had not and about the Valley. I hair own they would a cd pc anywhere but their was i neither seen nor hard. Nion he was Iho boat Man in the to c world was not altogether made a i he quite fined to the world. H 3 but avoided hunk however from Mere Une would willingly have made a. Yet he would not listen either the did not know How to demean setting mar raised. More pleasure in air. Pyk s old Castle than it _. F in a -uol1c, Tolj Jill a b of , in d about the Valley. He proposed to go once to Pyk a the first tuesday if the weather should prove favourable in True it was a warm tuesday but pleasant Shady paths led along the Banks of the Stream through the changing scenes of a Fine Rural landscape. On Bolh sides were wild thickets solitary huts surrounded by their fruit gardens Little running Mountain Brooks with simple rustic Bridges grazing herds children play ing fathers Labouring and mothers knitting under the Shadow of the overhanging roofs of their Little dwellings. Leading to the left from the Stream toward than or. Quint. Consequently he resolved to refrain As Long As possible from any motion in order if possible to remain undiscovered. But the undeserved anger of Fate was not yet satisfied. He began All at once to feel a slight inclination to sneeze a Hack Crew stronger every moment. Now healthy practice More m Lyle toot Mountain Wall a Stony Road Nunn s t t r l e ca8t e or v e f1tmre Tower alone was visible the unt in found a refreshing coolness Between c r ,1 Cnc-7 al1 Unm Canmer Grcen Hillocks and under the Broad widespread a nil ceremonies of the Che nut and Tho Cak. In this m the romantic Little Nook or. Quint wont Cene hid 11 at n n h acc rally to rc5t for the wll a to Tlle became Mno went to no supp. I know not How it Xmas but this and been present Amio time he was faithless to his old habit. Pony f to an sooner. Weather to made though Tuo author of he was therefore the More tired and the More heated when the reached the spacious Lawn on the just before the or. Quint inferred that his Friend must have had a great washing on that Day for the Vlola now or. Quint Hadi taken up the old Itice of sneezing with right Good will but if he did so then he would infallibly be lost. All powerful nature would to unavoidably his betrayer who could withstand her what a Shock to the poor girl if a Man till then undiscovered should suddenly discharge at her Foet a tremendous Volley of titillation from his nose and what a disadvantageous Posi Tion for poor or. Quint supposing he had raised himself and begun his before mentioned apolo Gies to have a thundering sneeze interrupt him a while or. Quint pondered with growing anxiety on his desperate situation following in resolutely with his eyes the pretty Morocco slippers a new and strange incident happened fortunately before any outbreak in his intractable nervous membrane. I. The two Little feet so often mentioned set themselves unexpectedly in they tripped first sideways then backwards and for nearer to the t Nile cloth now raised on the toes and so performed Many inexplicable movements. Or. Quint thereupon inferred that the unknown Coull not reach tie top of the Cord on which the table cloth was Hung and fastened Wilh wooden clasps. He was not wrong. Tho wavering forked poles which upheld the Ropa at Grace in the world. May i have the pleasure said he with a soft voice and looking at her very courageously. A think you answered she holding out her hands and looking him likewise in the eyes. Here was a look on both sides at the wrong time for or. Quint somewhat confused forgot to give and his companion in her bashfulness inquired ness., do to u know this he farther. I i have seen or. Quint several time Sas he Rode rough our answered she modestly. Heie or. Quint opened his Mouth Felt it was the Lime begins about a Man and ends with a Christen ing. And the poor children Are not to blame for it. They have no states to govern no Bat Les to engage in no books to write no sermons to learn by and yet they must do some thing. They first play with dolls then with men then with children. Their destiny is to be brought up and to bring although or. Quint heard this speech of his neighbor not without pleasure yet he feared to answer it for they stood not far from the before the door in the Shade of a grape Vine sat Bessie. I or. Quint looked toward heaven pointed with his left hand to the setting Sun while with the right he took off his hat to say Farewell to his he could be retained no longer. Was expected at Home on urgent business. He must depart. Pyk resolved to accompany him. He turned i Ummil and called be sir who As if she had Nei the a hear nor seen anything of them instead of co inner , run la Csc into the House. Or. Pyk 4xiul c tiled an whistled the did not re turn. 1, red. So she is i Bea that you will remember me to stain pred a int. And he fell that he could lie and weep bitterly. 1 that Eirl is foolish said or. Pyk but of never mind i will read her the evangelist and epistle on that Point. She does not go Home till Dav after with that both strolled from the Castle height Down into the Plain. Or Quint was troubles he of Eriv Fremed himself Vilh the most immoderate reproaches for having been of Imit enough foolish enough obstinate enough to deserve the slight thai she had publicly Given him the u Day by not saying even Adieu to him. Your neice appeared tote angry with said he rightly so. I have been a great blundered Why be angry with yourself i discover in her precisely and unequivocally the contrary of w hat you suspect. But to discover that one must have experience say it again to you or. Neighbor and Don t forget it he who wishes to know the world must look oftener through the key Hole than through the Tele the lord of the Castle was certainly right this Tine. Bessie had had no sooner observed that or. Quint wis preparing for his Retreat than she lost her sprightly disposition. She got up and would have approached her Uncle under some pretence or other in order to be once More near his guest. But the Uncle spoilt it .11, by Palling to her. So she would not show herself As she perhaps thought that it might appear on urgent Busi for he o bring in something complimentary. In truth he had a particular Happy thou git but it remained there m his open Mouth for he continued speechless. Bessie turned away quickly and escaped from to take the slippers. Their hand had both the Len together without any Especial intent Oron either Side. Two fingers of the Damsel s had Lay on his. The touch seemed to enervated him he involuntarily let the slippers fall and while catching theml he seized the whole hand of the unknown but if course entirely against his will. Now to Jet go such a which evidently had been. Laid in his by Fate and that too for the Sake of the leather covering of the feet appeared to him quite an impolitic Exchange. He therefore remained id state quo although the matter grew therewith palpably worse and the denouement of the scene More difficult. Suddenly As if struck Wilh fit the fear recurred to him that he was making him self extremely ridiculous. He saw himself As in a Glass hand in hand with a Beautiful Anonymous in about the same position that he would take we re he leading the lady through a minuet. He found his attitude in Verv bad taste. What in the world Art thou driving thought he to himself an entire thou takes her at her in the bitterest Wilt thou release thyself with Good face it is i now lost All Confidence in himself and in the goodness of god x. As Quick As possible he for retiring from the Castle. He swore in his heart never to step into that place again lost to the , be would Bury himself in Solitude and rest contented with he simple he could procure in himself like a Flower dwell. Ing forever on the same Border. Or. Pyk1 thought his neighbor very Odd that Day. He endeavoured to enliven him in Many ways but in vain. They made some Little promenades in the of the Chestnut Trees Bessie wandered in the a not squinted hat Way and complained of a pain in his left Eye. I my said or. Pyk Buetler quam Ted with Medicine she has it from her aunt by whom she nas1 brought up. Women much belter fitted for that than men. We Meri treat on a Large scale women irl detail. We judge everything As a whole they in separate parts. We Are capable of creating something original great entire they on the contrary Are More Ogenious in or lamenting mending and improving. The eci becoming in her or that she should captivate Quint s attention More by avoiding him than by meeting him in the Ordinary Way. Enough she ran As hard As she could to escape from her Uncle up two or three flights of stairs till she reached the window in the roof whence she could gee the landscape Lelow the path by and the two friends. Her heart beat aloud As she saw or. Quint. What will he say of thee v thought of How naughty thou Hast been toward him he will never forgive thee that thou didst Falk on him. Thou Hast not even asked i. Pardon and then to run away just As he departing he must despise thee. He will come Here no More. Thou deserves it. Or. Quint fare thee thousand thou rend limes i did not mean to vex Tho i Art right not to Pardon while so e thus conversed with him in thought her Beautiful eyes were filled Wilh to be continued when the air bal spa Fri newspaper

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