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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 16, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaOf intelligence Danby. R family by or. U. W. In my prac Ilaine mention s have proved ily recommend diseases As a Ley May expect d. Post master. I co., Mich. A sir having native or fam f years i can a Tor Iho last e lived in this As complaints Short time in Cine. 1 have the time i have lied with these Thors almost to of sickness it and billions Tor s would have i believe j bilious Cooj be West. Respect k. P. Bush. Sayles Ithaca. Aie acquainted restorative or a Guylor Andl Hava f cases with Good pm fiend them tar sate and efficient y complaint. Ens m. D. A m. U. Of the r s Ioia Uve or fam a Good and Safe s. Williams. Vol. 52. From the lady s Pearl the Swiss boy s the Khoune. Farewell to by Bev. Charles w. Denison Dell he sat on the Banks of his own Nativ gazing Wistful on Hillock and bold rocks were Waves and he sighed As he murmured Farewell Farewell my own native Rhone Farewell View Clouds Cresa tie Home of his childhood Rose Lovely in half wrapped on the Mountain in c1 and he moaned turned where the Ting of Blue bore his boat with its Flag in the shrouds i Farewell Farewell Bly own native Rhone Farewell Tust Erec a ver the Lorna Hows in playmates and play paths wore around and wooed him to join in the Pla Bat a Low voice of sorrow stole ground whispering soft a it away Farewell Farewell my own native Rhone Farewell 1 go from the arms of my Mother and 1 go from my old lather s knee j my pm Are the winds the Brave b foam a.3 they Bear me aloft on the sea Farewell Farewell my own native Rhone Farewell the chime of the Sabbath that rang through my soul like a tone from the towers Oft e i exchanged for the Roar where the Detje Roll. And the chime of the Ocean at re t Farewell Farewell my own native Rhone Farewell from the democratic review a complaint. By re. S. S. Andr09. It is not is not care that weighs my weary spirit Down it is not that 1 cannot Bear the cold world s frown Bat when my pulse Beals full and pee and All is sunny Calm within i look to is me for Pride and bin tie haughty child of wealth goes be Dight in purple gems and the peasant starves beside his hear Ali or Dies of cold i the Noble from his gorgeous scarce scans the Naif Hia Broad Domain want from unnumbered hovels and Calls in vain Shore he fare bless surge Art reads her temples and the Feur from learning s Fountain drink t Tho million plod existence through la darkness still the wilderness and stubborn Moor to labor yields their hidden spoils but Dost thu seek to find the poor find him who toils thas is it Ever everywhere 1 he groaning May Plant the Root the few who never delve not care plunk up the fruit but faint not heart nor be dismay id Bear up a brighter Day shall darn Justice truth though Long delayed draw sorely on Bear up for Man though crashed and bruised beneath oppression re assert his heavenly birth and god the following Lay Fot lovers is read by those who understand it in this and third then second and fourth lines those who rail audio St marriage especially ejected old bachelors and soar o d maids read straight Raad to suit yourself air fill o Earth Rod Patrimony that Man Moat leads Happy life who s free from matrimonial chains who is directed by his wife is sure to suffer for his pains. Adam could find no solid peace when eve was Given for , until be Row a woman s face. Adam was a a Happy state. In All the Fernald face appears hypo Raey deceit and Pride truth Darling of the heart sincere Neer known a woman to reside. What Tongue is Able to in fold the falsehood thai in woman dwell the Worth of woman we behold u almost imperceptible. Down with the foolish Man i say who changes from who will not yield to woman s Sway i of perfect to Surj Cho hot every wednesday by j. P. At of a half yearly in Adrance or 5q if not paid within the year. Wellsborough August 16, i 8 43 whole no. Miscellj1neo us. Ten and ital of the to o Cicle vol Ubil Che fug Gendo of i czechia Miseri Mortali Loci pin Chol Venta e Strati Esperto Vostrez Frodi int enilo. Petra Ikea. Traveller were enter an Italy for the first time during the hour of mid Day he would be de at the deserted and Nielan appearance of the streets. The Are closed the outer screens of windows Are carefully shut few is Are seen in the streets and the i breathless repose of the hour Ison Oken by the occasional rattle of Ranger s Carriage. There is a y pause in the Meridian of an a i Day originating it May be in bits of the people who generally e that time to repose. The in heat and Light of the Sun would to stagnate the life of the very a the effect hangs like a spell about the Hunan sense and the most determined spirit of sex hence it is that the sterner Chil of he North who have lived Long Taly conform to the Dolce ease government religion society fails so forcibly engender. W different the appearance of an an City towards the agreeable hour l ening and doors Are i Tali prov Fri open the innumerable carriages wealthy rumble slowly Down the pal streets the Gay and Happy Alion breathe the cd of air As if it a new life chattering groups sur your Jed the ice shops the dark Eye h girl is seen watching the Loung ing of the chief prom Nadje of the City where fashion Day Ter Duy obstinately is animation Anil Bustle. The waked in Haijun Bhave Hong the air Wilh a cheer Ful life telling murmur and you need not the Cool Breeze to Tell you that the Dre Atily hour of noon has passed away Leavi g nothing of its lethargy and Ai of id Beauty. Is h is no unfavourable hour for read ing i piety in Italy let us therefore Tell a r Story at the Balcony of one of tha palaces which gives so imposing an affect to the Corso at Rome. You would imagine the greater part of the population of the eternal City is now in Tea Street and such is the fact. You Obs i re the constant succession of Carriage j passing beneath our that is the Gay equipage of the Doria there Yon see the Prince Borghese Here the Rich Torlonio. But you in is that lady alone in an English Carriage is she if so Why Wear that shrouding veil and t Ever look up alas kind Coin panic n of our Little narrative she has a sad veiling her once fair face. She i called la Sittima. Well May we a ply the epithet she is indeed the to her history. So be years since a wealthy English Rived in Rome accompanied by y child whose Beauty and Fasci tanners quickly obtained that which the fickle voice of society produces. Charms were Ely those which attract the roman the Blue Large Loving Eye feat res so harmonious that you Trace g but their grouped expression Man his o Noslin Fame so 801 Preci Gallan icons not i that most Ofahl Ling of the statue like Beauty of her ale transparent complexion Al of delicate to screen the language get and luxuriant Light hair fal bust i completed that decided contrast to South in Beauty so much esteemed by the Fithian. And when it was reported that to e fair English woman possessed considerable wealth she was regarded now Ith admiration now Wilh jealousy y each Cavalier who thought he a Ned or lost a Point in his attentions. But the heart of the Beautiful Amy Vas not altogether free from love s Anliot pulse she had left Home la prompt sea a circumstance unknown to All in Jome save her father who Dis of the connection she had Bret and rather encouraged than ise any new suitor for his Daugher s hand. It was therefore with Lille concern that he beheld Amy the attentions of the Young Duca i marked the circumstance was a Day s wonder be since the italian Noble had roles de again marriage and Lii her o brai Ely withstood the charms of the Beauty. Amy was not Union Lier position she found Here Elj placed in that love of Admira-1 Ion at i distinction which is the Poi son Weed of woman s heart choked the struggling life of better had forgotten the absent one not King after the Duca i c had become the acknowledged Lover the fair Amy she received the follow ing letter from her once adored suitor in England. It ran thus promised me my lost Amy when Jou left Home that every occur rence of your journey should be noted Down and remitted to a Long time you were very True to your prom ise. I cannot Tell you with passionless words How i delighted in those letters they were so natural i some times fancied i could hear you speak and then How kind How Loving you seemed the very characters you traced on the paper too seemed to Tell something i am Happy you did not inform me of the unkind truth which followed a yet Unk Inder silence. Your father writes a Little triumphantly thai you have promised to become the wife an italian Duke. I would not have heard this from the gentle Amy. The soft summer wind cannot if it would Tell of the tempest wreck it May one Day produce. I sometimes wonder How the heart can forget its own voice but it so i suppose or you would remember How often you told yourself you loved. You must have done there was so much truth in the tone with which you repeated the words to me. Think not. My lost Amy on the past and when you have Learnt Fornell ulusess you have accomplished a task too difficult Amy laughed As she Tore up the epistle from England. Like the cold stupid language of the English Lover. How different the impassioned affection of my promised Francesco How in Tensed his Devotion. Yes i am More ban convinced an englishman is not capable of the sacred passion. Shortly afterwards the Lair Amy became the wife of the Duca Dic. A Lew Brief months slipped away and her exquisite features wore Sion of melancholy which if possible added to the Charm of her gave her brow a poetry. What could have produced the change unhappy truth the Duke was tired of his love dream fur he had never treated Amy As a wife. He wished her to see it and therefore availed himself of the occasion offered by the slate of society in Italy he publicly neglected his Young bestowed his attention on one of the Many too glad of the Opportunity thus afforded fat revenging the eclipse their own heathy had suffered during he period of Amy s the Mofid and confiding English woman could not. Would not read his Iii ten Troug. She suffered silently Phe still loved he Duke tenderly As when he to ired his impassioned vows into her ear. The Light that had dazzled her reason and better feelings to blindness still slept in her soul but it Only did so Wilh accompanying Shadow. Said the Duke one Norn ing do you know All Rome is laugh ing us really you must conform a Little. Do you never observe How Happy our women of Italy Are in All the tender affairs of Tho heart How can you expect me to play the Lover replied. A tone of wounded no longer be your wife am i to disgrace you whom i still love so and Oie lofty air of self posses Sion which gave Way to the trembling weaken Stop she say no More but sobbed aloud to which the enraged Duke Only replied by a stifled laugh adding Are your stupid English ideas you must abandon this Folly for your own Sake As Well As such and similar conversations frequently occur red Between the unhappy Amy and her now totally indifferent she had Given up All Hopes of regaining the Duke s lost affection and thus she lived on brooding remorse fully Over the bitter fruits of her own faithless Ness. Duke after Many slight attach ments at length found i in self deeply enamoured of one of i own country women who governed his actions and guid tid his will much More adroitly than Amy even during her Early Dominion Over is heart. The Duke s lady love was fearfully jealous of Amy and when he husband gaily remarked he really regretted his silly wife did not grow ugly a exceeding Beauty would Lone Day Triumph Over his reason the words i he with prophetic significance on the ear of the favorite it was an awful moment for the Beautiful Kungli Man it preceded Only a few Days the event which gave to her the la Vittina Onee Venir a near the hour of mid night when the Palace of the Duca i was As quiet As a Tomb a Light female form gilded along tha corridor which led to the chamber occupied by Amy. She held a Small taper Light in one hand and a phial in the her cautious and noise less Steps passed rapidly Over the Marble floor though she occasionally paused to listen and when she did so her fixed Pale countenance and White Robe gave her the appearance of a statue representing expectation rather than a living she proceeded Forward until she had reached the1 sleeping chamber of the unconscious Amy who occupied a Wing of the Palace directly opposite that in habited by tie Duke. The door gave Way to her will with out creating any noise and the next moment found her bending Over the sleeping a Iii with a face betraying something of Triumph and not less of fear. She Tjui etly placed the taper on a table by the bed Side and uncorked the fatal bottle filled with a burning liquid to destroy that Beauty which still haunted the Duke and informed As imagined her Only bar Ijo happiness. The form which now Bent Over the sleeping Beauty was As the Reader has already surmised no other than the Duke s love toy. She raised the phial not have done so the unconscious innocence of sleep has often stayed the hand of the murderer and it now acted like a spell on the revengeful italian. Still the fatal phial Hung Over brow and Pussy bosom of the slumbering Amy hut the destroyer s ii Jid had not the nerve to out pour its suddenly the beat of approaching foot so lorried the pausing italian that the next instant found the liquid agonizing the unhappy Amy to madness j the approaching Footfall was that of the Duke who sought his frail favor Ite. He for a moment on the appalling scene before him but it was Only a moment for grasping the Jeal Ous italian who had hoped to gain All his love by her atrocity he dragged her to the corridor and then with a curse precipitated her into the court Yard be Low whence her last of joint death sob arose filling the silence of night Wilh a moan so deep and piercing that it seemed the piteous sigh of a lost the Duke fled from Rome but Arny still lives to regret her Lioata love her dome her lost friends lost scanty that can of Akes life bearable. Her history however isl Little known disfigured Kiwi nearly fluid she panes unheeded by the thoughtless Many As the veiled lady or fhe have you a Peri and said the doctor. The poor woman. Well i have lout my me a piece of and the doctor chalked a prescription upon the door telling the afflicted female to give that to her son when he awoke. Take it my boy take said the old woman lifting the door from its hinges and carrying it to the sick youth when his eyes opened. I Don t know How you Are to do it i m sure but the doctor says it s Good Anco you had Bel Ter try Quaker does thee love asked a Quaker youth of one at whose shrine his heart s holies feelings had been offered up. Why answered Are commanded to love one another we a Martha but does thee regard me with that feeling the world Calls i hardly know what to Tell Murry. I hive greatly feared thai my heart his been an erring one i have tried to Heston my love on All but i have thought perhaps that thee was gelling rather More than thy first rate appetite and nothing local. Quite As plenty to eat and no appetite. Brittania rules he said a sea sick Man in a storm i wish the d the Domestic altar. Farnoly religion is of unspeakable importance. Its effect will greatly de pod on the sincerity of the head of the family and on his Mode of conduct ing the1 worship of his household. If he children and servants do not see his exemplified in his temper a and manners they will be disgusted Wilh religion. Weary them. Fine language will Sii oot above thera. Formality of Pom net lion of composition in prayer they will not comprehend. Gloominess or austerity of Reh Tigon will make them dread Reli Gion As a hard service. Lei them be met with smiles. Let them be met As for the most delightful service in which they can be engaged. Let them find it Short savoury simple Plain Lender heavenly. Titus concluded May be used As an engine of vast Power in a. Family. It diffuses a sympathy through the members. It Calls on the mind from he deadening effect of wordly affairs. It arrests Mem Ber Voith a morning and evening ser Mon in the midst of All the hurries Ami cares of life. It says there a there is a spiritual there is a life to it fixes the idea of responsibility in the mind. It furnishes a tender and judicious father or Mas Ter with an Opportunity of gently Glan cing at faults where a direct admonition might be inexpedient. It enables relieve the weight with which subordination or service often Sils on the mints of inferiors. Religion should be prudently brought before a family. The old dissenters wearied the ii families. Jacob reasoned Well with Esau about the tenderness of his children and his flocks and herds. Something gentle quiet moderate should be our aim. There should be no scolding it should be mild and i avoid absolute mind revolts at it though i would shun eccentricity for that is still worse. At one time 1 would say something on what is read but at another time nothing. I make it As natural As possible i am a religious Man you Are my children and my servants it is natural hat we should do so and so. Cecil. Rimini seances of the late a Wriler in a Western paper who was a staff officer in a Volunteer corps called out by the patriotic of Smyth gives an account of divers causes other Olfan the love of country the love of glory or the of fight which int ice men to leave their Homes and their friends for the Field of by itch and chances of War. One of these heroes discoursed to the following effect if Hannah had not been so snap pish and made me Duall the and Churnin Tew i should never have been Here. She told me she guessed i d be sorry i d she drug me to destruction. I d rather stand the be lets than her eternal Clatter of Tongue knives and Florks and tin things. I if she is a Widder it is Lall her own1 fault. Tell her i Dew dream about her and the baby Kalk late to that All things Are foreordained la All Stern have. By and if i die in Fishlin i Shan t the expects to pay of a Long spell of sickness Good by you Hain t got More to Backer than will Dew you hum have Tell says another who leaning on his Musket to ease his blistered feet fes eyed heart at the same time Tell the cruel girl it if i fill in Battle it is her fault that i wish her All the Felicity in the world Wilh Sai Johnson who never can love her As i did. Here look at and he Drew something from his bosom her profile is close to my heart and my blood May Redden it. Take care of my Pung and Don t lend it for Christmas Sleigh rides. Tell Sally i do forgive her when she slighted me at singing i never shall forget Hocter news letter. Saluting the late num Ber of the fall River Argus says a Loving couple in that place who were Bent on committing Matrimony against the will of their parents managed to Hodge the old folks last week and get spliced in a neighbouring town in Rhode Island. On their return to fall River the Mother of the new made wife re paired to the House where they had taken Refuge and sizing her truant Daugh Ter in the presence of the bridegroom give her such a shaking As you never did changes of Boston paper published in 1787, illustrates by the following examples to the lives of several distinguished englishmen extraordinary changes which a few Short years often produce in the Condu lion of individuals in 1777, or. Hastings received a Humble petition from Shaw Allunis the great Mogul for Relief against his Mies. In 1787, or. Hastings i on Liu Buffon the House of taken Junio custody by a servant of Uii House of , and oblige to give to insure not flying from his coun in 1777, or. Burke was reckoned the Best speaker in the House of com Mons and the first formidable neut the ministers. In 1787, Burke is either coughed Down or not attended to and is formidable Only to the opposition that he Wilh. In 1777, lord North managed the Helm of stale and directed All the pub Lic the kingdom. In 1787, we read in a newspaper thai poor lord North was led out of Westminster Abbey by Ohe of his in 1777, sir was a very smart and Active waiter at a Public Tav Ern. Jin 1787, sir is a Nabob a baronet and a Knight of the i in 1777, one Arnold headed the american troops that retired from can Ada at Saratoga. In 1787 Arnold is closeted at St. James where he majesty Are one. In 1777, col. Conway sir Henry Clinton s Aid de Camp offered to fight a Duel for the Sake of a woman. In 1787, this same gentleman preached a Sermon ii the following any one strike thee on the left Cheek offer him the in 1777, or. Pre Lyman went to the Phi leery of the House of commons to hear Pill s speech and was turn i dec Cut. 1737, or. Prettyman Rose in h s scat in the House of Peers and Maue a Short speech in favor of a Dray Man commuted while or. Pitt stood below the bar to hear him. Such Are the changes that May Hap pen in ten years. Now i country Cousin and City Belle. Declare Cousin said Peleg Toothache As miss Adriane reer cily Belle who had just finished upon piano forte1, one of the fashionable Waltzes of the Day you do beat All Naler what sort of concern is that you play on a a Pisa was the answer. Pie Ranner forty will i should think that when you play d twas All of pie Ranner sixty. What sort of a Connarn is thai in the Corner there that sir is a Harp i want Tew know. I be heard Pur minister Tel of David s Harp of Solam sound. I Vun Bleve i cud set pretty darn d late to hear you mus Cize on that pie Ranner forty it comes As Naler Al As court Why Peleg i Hope you Don t go you Hope so should t you like to have me cum for to court you you tarnation musical Critter Peleg you should not talk of you get out now you Are so Worful Putty that i m afeard that i shall Dew something despite Afore Peleg i must insist that you not use such language towards me i shall not allow distress in a Mitten How Worful proud she is if i Ever Tell a City Gal she is handsome again i Hope i May be gosh justified chased right up and spit out in Small quantities. Twas a sad the Young thing was still alive though its breathing was faint and Low and i Leous accents of misery were fitful intervals from its enia Guined Throat. Still the grasp we upon the bleeding innocent and the frightful steel clotted with Gore was in his hand. In vain rolled upward Meek eyes imploring pity in Vata went Forth thrilling cried of despair from the helpless victim. Once the murderous thrust was Given and lit tit pig with a in Throat. A St Peri mile is 196 Ute tile turkish 183 Yards 1 foot

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