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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 21, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaOf and a l 6 grievous j j d strength i red discs j to possess Wjk in me i Cerf in and 1 speedily ii cd limh.4 the chill in and the j Lom what j ii of Tho j sinking i ally affect j will in j and every i Fork. Oga c discontinued until a 1 arrearage arc at the option of the editor. Of inserted for seventy five cents. For one or three i nations the same. It friends j just re i tement jul Boj if can be j at theirs j eel Clion j try in in very ex-1 Quality Imant off bonnets. He Conn ing Susi f Law or 0110 Ife ,r15r0unt to yearly . Mob Fulir to i a no Home Fot the More spirit ,1 our destined to r highest aspirations and our ten a am ver among i victims rather Titan he Assoc i of the divine Light within three othe ther from sorrow its sweetest Emo or two h repeat of Hope Bat its noblest these to they look on nature with an Earnest then for e i Stich wins the Power of making her them and. Beauty visible and they reproduce Faia sister. 1 donate the True and the 1 his own Poev themselves Are not what they with the e the Low want subdues the lofty will j troubled i 11 and present vanity interferes with ing Troub glorious aim but still it is some Good Pri to looked beyond the common to e there they were fated to struggle where i in themselves the bitter penalty of ways or a Jairn their own Ideal but Mankind evening. T to be thankful for the generous legacy of her no Harmony bequeathed by those after to Helen d first Tho sensation it lord Ponser. Or Roma that Shi place s which of Star Edw his Sis said mrs. Lind to go o re w Forth from his Sisters towards tender regard. Is male friends were several about members of families with whom s of Friendly terms. With these de frequently and with two or a quite intimately. For a month Ien noticed that one and another of g friends called every now and Ward and that he went out with Laid until bed time. But unless were from Home he never went of Cord. The last of Bis being out Young men had from the first Jelen then the reason of her feel id she could not Tell. Edward had Isles and she could not bring her Ertain fears of any clearly defined 1 a sensation of uneasiness was Al need when he was from Home in the 2 1u were among Earth s proscribed and Mise latin. Fame is happiness. Or jul Weili the Engineer of the Drogue flu Iowa a has been knighted by the Lieut Cunt of Helen and Edward or an evening at some. What not gains Tfaye r with a Ink and tone of Surprise. Says does t her Ball dress Whit ii the matter la i cannot Tell. You had her. It the s Rangy. Id Why you could t hire at Home Carna gone i on de to fat Book a gone said to he i ing or Vendley went up stairs altering car room found her stun o. Gar d. Of the bed with a Beautiful isti3 Iii bit hand. Possible that you Are not ,0 a totals said. Helen looked up with a half smiling sex ate Sioui on Lor face. Avo trying for the last half hour l Uei to Demciuc whether i ought go or remain at for dui ii so. You like a very m udi i think it does t ii lit As Well any press i Ever Are you Noi then Why not go to the Ball it will 1 Home Ball cu3 i thou self t i eve just e Are a i to the of pc Infix Edw Sac 13 she you inde i am sorry pleasure of i not be the Lar Osl and most fashionable of the j flute Susoku Vou know that your father and my and going. It shall want to see Joa there of course. Your a that will re Sojiro Good reason for your no goo looked perplexed at her Mother s str tajik. Taiji. Do you think father will be displeased if i remain at she asked. -1 he will unless you can satisfy is that your reason for doing so is a very one. Nor shall i feel that you Are doing 1 Javish. All my children to act under i Joven intent of a sound judgment. Ira Par Muc an 1 after Thi for wit Del Ion or hat he Jii Lse or reasons not to. Be spoken of nicely to Ter parents should in no Case influence their it Len sat thoughtfully for More than a ble minute and then said her eyes growing dim i his 13 she spoke to stay at borne for Edward s and Why for his my he does t go to the Ball you because he is too Young and too Back i be Wil. You could t hire him to go there. I be Gnu hat is no reason Why you should remain at Homo. You would Nover partake of any St social amusement were this always to influx Pience you. Let him spend his evenings in easing. To must not expect his Sisters to deny themselves All recreation in which he i c cannot or will not he does not. I know he would not hear to such a thing As my staying at Home on his i a then Why stay besides 1 feel that i ought to do so. This a the Way i have Felt All Day whenever i have a moment s enjoyment. He need not know Why i remain at Home. To Ell him that i did. Not wish to go Wall satisfy his mini. "1 shall not urge the matter mrs. Lindley said after a silence of some moments you Are old enough to judge in a matter of this kind for yourself. You will not find Edward disposed to sacrifice so much for of that not think Mother. Of that i ought not to perhaps not. Well you May do As you Ike. But 1 Don t know what your father will mrs. Lindley then left the room Edward Limley was at the critical age of eighteen that period when Ralby Young men especially those who have been blessed with Sisters would have enjoyed a Ball. But Edward was shy timid and bashful in company and could hardly Ever be induced to go oat to parties with his Sisters. Still he was intelligent for Bis years and compan. Able. Of 7 t in. Of qualities endeared him to his i bad taken _ Low sensual and too much of it never from that hour did i Jyi n them. Their Way even had he trave Ledva oppose the _ to embrace had once More the life Bis declining Are. He Falle partly of Paris had feud his loved voice when English j an is usual to de new York to Albany a. Albany to is a atm a _ in the Early stage of life s journey i saw to fee downward As it has Ever since been ten Din How often since have i thought of that Point in time so full fraught with Good and evil influences. Those few hours spent with you seemed to take the seals from i saw with a new vision i thought and Felt differently. Had you gone to the Ball and i to meet those Young men no one can Tell the consequence. Sensual indulgence carried to excess amid songs and sentiments calculated to awaken evil instead of Good might have stamped upon my Yonn and to delicate mind a Bias to Low affections that never would have been eradicated. That was was heard stealthily approaching. Sentinel challenged but instead of rec eng a reply the intruder Only seemed to and Vance quicker a second time and still silent third and Jesseree leveling his Musket fired at the now seen within Twenty Yards by the Uncertain Light of a mire than usually obscure night. The re Polt had not yet died away when Jesseree heard a cry of agony pc fault but of science it any rate not his own when i first met Arago in the Faubourg by Germain All Heads and All hearts too were full of politics. They were moments if great excitement. For Many l revolution of july 1830, none believed Bat the new dynasty could maintain its there were such tremendous Odds inst it and All the passions fury Enthus of the country were opposed that anti English party never Well of revolution which the Duke of Wellington would Sanction and of a settlement which sir Robert Peel thought Wise. The War party Ever believed in the Duraron of a peace f undistinguishable identity which infinite Dis Tance gives to the stars a Point without a parallel a speck an atom. Such is Aro p of a child that inhales the air of exist ence but single breath breathed from eternity. But the destiny that comes behind it is not enough that we upon the Equality of the sepulchre that the Rich Man whose soul is the ostentation of a Marble Palace and in the splendor of the feast should consider How mall a pit must Content him or that the proud who boast of their preeminence above the should know the shaggy carcass and the Low shrouded Corpse must fatten the Earth together. We should teach our the lesson of humiliation that is followed by the grave neglecting the mighty mausoleums i Nas Sroul 1ui. I from which we make the following extract Macao if. S. Legation i 29th March 1s44.v sir i received with great pleasure yours of the 7th by the. Paul Jones. In this instance we have later dates from London by the Overland mail. I am necessarily detained Here change of the Monsoon in april shall enable the Brandy wine to proceed North. Mean while i am very busily and i Trust not use Lessly employee in various subjects Apper Taining to my Mission. V the Brandy wine reached this on the 26th alter a very pleasant cruise in which happily officers and As Muesli health As they could have done at Home having escaped the diseases of the climate deprive Iru a. A if i 7 ice of his old father called out the name of Hil beloved son. He threw Down his Musket Ard madly rushed up to his victim but it Avis too late the unintentional parricide had bit too effectually taken aim and with that c1y of affection which had caused the child to r co Nise Bis Parent life had fied for Ever front the breast of the old Indian who had Tia eled on foot through dangerous Sam the most rapid Driver Onee More to be bold As be had hoped is Darling offspring. Intern which would of once of her natural frontiers. These Gen Yemen never condescended to define wha vere the natural frontiers of France and then was one of those who spoke pubs in general whilst he had Gener ally very specified opinions. At the moment i met drag of the which absorbed All thoughts this he fortified 7" War the Manne which this question was decided both by him and his was this. What Des the court desire t. What does Louis Philippe the head of the court wish what Ever he wishes must be opposed became whatever he wishes must be in greatness Honor and renown of those marvelous spirits which Fame has rendered immortal we should Tun to the foe. Love ourselves As we May devote our affections to others As we Ian yet must our memory is honorable. To it we owe every thing. It is the Talisman that has in raised Mankind from the condition of the Sav age and planted cities and Fields where the Forest grew placed ships on the Ocean and made the Earth smile with plenty where barbarism once held Dominion where labor is not fashionable want and misery abound and desolation hovers around like the dismal Midnight. Where labor is practice plenty flows in like the gentle Waters a fun even River it is therefore the Chris i which have carried off so Many seamen others 6 our ships of War in Asia. After Yin in Macao roads Days she sailed for Hong Kong on the 1st. Inst., and. Stoin thence for Manilla on the 10th, to be Back Here Early in april. Hop Kong does not prove a very Good Sta Tio for our because of its in healthiness and secondly number of British . And at a the Road Stead is Neveu or eight Triles from the Shore. Perhaps something belter than either May be selected. At any rate As Manilla is d there is a Large be arts and Ever . To Man. A visit to that place in the interval of delay., As it had to be fade Jooa for the general interests of our Commerce. Fanny Goldberg one Madonnas of Haa Charini and retired from the stage. Lie dinner is been Jive for to Charles Penn of , Ana Reu Ccu a in Lik. I newspaper i newspaper

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