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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 31, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaFor of christians. 343. So Caxton e Public is very to 2 to the character Lan. Four main depart Istia nity. 2. Orig Connexions of Christian Mischel it Cable the first original and Juncie Christ As found in cond by original Hes and Benevo Ach association a Patent a by original re principles on liter science and the and the fourth by biographical a inscriptions poetry a general Intelli Means. Be of correspond male personal a social Connexions furnish All Deparl original co mum volume contained thirty Sisters of the cos Are of High repute in whole eleven lips. E selection of the dial and occasional can and nay be consulted As its and institutions Ian. And terms 1cation. Heretofore the regu consist of one num m Quarto form re very month. Of s Ivill be multiplied january with Fine print from the plan of Jerusal no by Eatherwood. Giants Are however e frequency of their end on the profits d subscribers Are re their orders As soon Ink upts. I having Mads arrange Reber of the bar at pub 5. District court is daily id to commence proceed Sonu desirous of bankrupt act h promptness a charged. John c. Knox. May pent Ion for Sale Alth s mention. Printed and vol. . 2. 32 3e t up torn Graham s Magazine Fen Maiden s c. A Hast. Even Long years has the desert rain dropped on the Cloud that hide thy seven Long years of sorrow and pain i Hare thought of thy burial place. Published e Sorkow. Be s. Jessie the Flower of dumb the fair object of this song was a Bonnie Lassie in dumb Lane. H a family were of poor extraction and j 3ssie herself was contented with a peasant s lot. When Tannahill became ice stain red Wilh her she was in her a Light dimple cheeked Happy Laisi hair j Ellow coloured and it her eyes Large and full with the voluptuous Langue j so becoming in Young Blue e is u ill j Den lashes. struck with her Beauty and As in Al to was enthusiast ical became Cut ardent worshipper. But h was not to be to i. Yol panting to kno. World she left her poor on to his mistress eve she recklessly rambled flowery Meads of dumb adj in evening Sang his ins fired v with the most mortifying this was a two fold m poet. A Ere sweetly elegant so dear to him Lovely and innocent and yet v encased in insensibility asap to be conscious of the h the verses trembling on her Dulcet Tongue nor caring for the caresses of her Lover. Twas too much a snark ail this and feel it with the i Eling of a poet was the Acme of misery i the Flower of dumb Lane Vas not unfeeling unimaginative being which Tannahill pictured her. She a creature All feeling All imagine ton although the Bard had not Hal in r person or manners to engage her at Tention or to arrest her fancy. The affections Are not to be on Roll Trust be Tynna and in the far on the Prairies of Tho West none who loved tree beheld thee die they who heaped the Earth on thy Breas t turned from the spot without a sigh. Tit to i Thini on that lonely grave. Violets Spring on Tho soft May Shower there in the summer breezes wave Crimson Phlox and Moccasin Flower. There the turtles alight and there feeds with Iho spotted Fawn and Doe there when the Winter Woods Are Bare walks the Wolf on the crackling Snow soon Wilt thou wipe away my tears yesterday the Earth was Laid Over my father full of years him Whoso Steps i Hare watched and to. Work is finished Here slumber that shuts my Eye . The form of the lost Ami dear us i time the world of spirits nigh. W and that bleeds and aches pain a sleepless in a her my spirit takes i shall furl it no More again. Song of Bla Lei pub i ski it was g Al Pat tie de upon and Rie red sub Rod it to was the ters you to see h cry wednesday by 3. P. At of a car payable half yearly in Advance or 50 if not paid within year. Exp first jes Jud is a c Over Ife b c per feet ions in his or dour of Wellsborough wednesday August 31, 1842. O. 210. Essie the Flower of Dum Geller Wilh the music was it became a Public Favourite every theatres and a world of Praise was Shower fro m woman s flattering lips came mad to know the ado of the Lay. In a Short be .1 discovered. Jessie m on pretty peasant of dumb Lane favoured All Quad men and bachelors flocked and her own sex were Curi critical. Many promising d their addresses to d the same reception As her nevertheless at last poor me really enamoured. A rakish is sri from Midlothian adorned Williqed idalion being of polished Man n Erp Ami confident from wealth and of rank gained her Youngf she too a sedulously irus cd if owed professions. The a love overcome her Heller and abandoning herself to Assion she made an ii Hiru dealt Esdar e from the Protection of her parents r x her love Gjalt Burg. H to curse an til end four Dat a Prince Ancl in who Tingi Zishe knew in irad lion of when paid soon found herself in ele ments near the City of Edin e song of neglected Tannahill s Jessie Belli a glory and a Lile it brought her into notice Ancell her Beauty it hid the of her final destruction. Popularity is a dangerous Elevation who Ihei the object of it be a or tempt aliens crowd around it. Are Laid on every be said a Dis child of popularity if they peril the madness arid Dis mind to which the creature ular a Rejahl is exposed poet heard of the tale of his beloved Jessie his heart almost burst with Metal agony and working him self into i he enthusiastic frenzy of inspiration poured fourth a Torrento song More a living and energetic than Ever rigs be Nhounh r lol Ghl sep tin note Lodr of Erses to Oncha sety to lure so set very Ithal to in Felly Beauty of cd Hilj mighty e else it ceases to be love. La As Plain in his person South in his manners and Felt and pressed discontent at the cruel disappointment which it had been his in Faie invariably Toen coun Ier. Jessie on the ked up on the world As a Brilliant spectacle yet to be seen and enjoyed 31 Paradise full of the Beauty of and of Earth where men walk in the image of their creator i his attributes and worn proudly amidst the Lovely Ere inc venerated and adored. Press dissatisfaction under All these circumstances was to her mind the sex Ostboe Lav Gance of a misanthrope the mad ,.jh 1h3ot a real Lover of a cause for her not to respect him. Viewed the would through a false helium and their at variance gave Colour to their minds and accelerated their Fate. Josne could of comprehend what appeared to her in Fri other Suiter. She relished his sickly sentiment am a vast heaven d Forth nested n Trode lion an to Exon till were in and the picture ing. 1 clothed Banks Lively u ii rustic garb of a peasant but this is a subject hasten round t Orch Livi Liu afterwards Des records of his Pas before i in burning accents from it is to be lamented that in a fit is ironed in m pot lie Lis Iilma it. Re Otmis had. Received nil had left her she was a to it had forsaken her. Iju Tuple in her splendid Hahn Ler Blue eyes looked pitiful is around her theoval Cheeks led by the hand of misery be and person presented the a unhappy but amiable be a changed was Llie figure silk which moved on the he Forth from to Happy of dumb Lane dressed in the to o painful to dwell of let us the catastrophe. It was an to Frei Nooi Xun july a Beauli Lul sunny afternoon tie air was Calm and pure. Thle twin islands of the Forlla like vast end i aids Sel in a Lake of spleen Iliili o or the now and then gurgled and mantled in bases. Fifeshire was spread map her hundreds in Lages and cots tranquilly sleep buns hire. The Din of the hammers in Kirkaldy and smote the still air and in in the artisans Queens dump Emmline Sapro Ned inhabitants scattered pc rth their whitened webs be Neath the Noontide Sun. On the oppo site Shore Leith disgorged her Black smoke which rolled slowly in volumes to the Edinburg Castle like a mighty spirit from the vasty reared Ier Gray bulwarks High in air and at her s Rose hugely and darkly in the i a k ground. The choruses of the fish Irmen like hymns to the great spirit o the Waters ascended Over now Haven it d Down from Grangemouth lightly booming o or the tide floated the tall the world seemed steeped in h painless. But Here was one a wandering one an outcast. Wretched and despairing amidst All ils loneliness her bosom was cold and dark no Ray could penetrate As All e score womankind Ever did and do or a the cooing Loyer. The driven to despair and sin mining up unwonted Energy of mind departed Jna left Hia adored to her you haul a soon after this period the ils Dep nor die Flint a i and a Gold ring which she kissed eagerly from her taper Finger she cast up her streaming eyes meekly imploring the forgiveness of heaven on him the cause of her shame and scarce offering a prayer for herself she breathed Forth the names of her disconsolate parents and Ere the could follow her she disappeared in the pure Stream. The Sun shone on the Green of the Earth stirred not a Leaf a Bell did not toll nor did a sigh escape from the lips of one human being and vet the spirit of the loveliest of women passed May we not to heaven. The above is Replete with interest and contains a moral which should be treasured in the inmost breast of our fair Youthful readers. The sub join is the Well known song by Tannahill the first Lover of the scottish Damsel Jessie Monteith. In feeling and Melody it has no rival Jesse the Flower o dumb Lane. The Sun has gone Down o or the lofty Ben Lomond and left the red Cloud to preside o or the scene while Lanely i stray in the Calm simmer gloaming to Muse on Sweet Jesse the flow r o dumb Lane. How Sweet is the Brier i its Saft Faulding Blos som and Sweet is the Birk i its Mantle o Green yet Sweet and fairer and Deir to my bosom is Lovely Young Jessie the flow r o Duwane is Lovely Young Jessie is Lovely Youngf Jessie is Lovely Young Jessie the flow r o dumb Lane. She s modest As ony an Blithe As she s Bonny for guileless simplicity makes her its Ain an be the villain divested o feeling wha d blight in its Blossom the Sweet flow r o dumb Lane. Sing on thou Sweet Mavis thy hymn tothe a ening thou it dear to the echoes o Cali Erwood Glen sae dear to this bosom Sac artless and winning is charming Young Jessie the flow r Odum Blane. How lost was my Days till i met i or Jessie the sports o the City seem d foolish and vain i Neer saw a Nymph i would Ca my dear Lassie till Charm d i Sweet Jessie the flow r o Dum Blane. Tho Rhine were the o loftiest grandeur amidst its profusion i d languish in pain an Recd Las Naething the height of its splendor in wanting Sweet Jessie the flow r o dumb Ane. A fish is some Lime since we have had a fish Story. Here is a Small in the year 1840, the Good ship , was on the coast of alter the sperm whales. She bet ii Success Ful Ami Ihmi by Lull dec Dav Twu her head most one truck a very Large Fei Rale whale who Hilving it the Inie n Young one in Coinman was unusually fierce. Upon being before they could Stern she raised her Tail and with a tremendous blow stove the boat into pieces killing Doc wounding every Man on Board but Ono Sailor who on finding himself in the element Sei Zed upon an his support until he could be picked up by the other boat. The whale however had not Dune All the injury she Intel cell for upon looking around and spying Jack upon his frail support she made to Ward him with open jaws Lowed him oar and All. For a few moments Jack confounded but having recovered he began to think How he should extricate himself from his unpleasant situation. The in trance to the abyss looked Loo Well de fended by a Row of Teeth for him to make his exit that Way while the Mon Ster was in her native element and not having he might do As his predecessor had done before him he Well aright give up in despair but desk Gerandum is Jack s renotto and he Al last Bethought himself of the Only remedy which was in his Power Aud taking out his Jack knife he Cut a Hole near the Tail of the Mon ser and pulling his oar through it culled her a fiure a stage acting governor of Virginia John m. Gregory was once a stage Driver and in other employments a hard working by his Industry and talents be has raised himself up the highest of face in the gift of the slate. At you a studies so Early miss Angelina said the foppish Fri pish Damon Darlington As he entered the boudoir of lady acquaintance living in St Street yesterday and crossing Over the carpeted floor to the Gofa on which she sat he what is that attracts Youa attention Noui i have no no Angelina coolly i am studying my grammar Ash capital said Damon rubbing kid Glove cased hands in affected commence my dear and conjugate for me the verb to love no replied the spirited Ange Lina but i decline the pronoun you and walking into the next room she rang the Bell and when the negro ser vant attended the summons she ordered him to conduct or. Damon Dar Lington to the Hall door. The negro instantly obeyed the com mands of his Young mistress and but a minute elapsed Ere the accomplished or. Darling was an illustration prefer perfect tense of the Verd to go was gone a nose knocked of one tide accompanied by Black and Blue eyes and other trims Ings Are considered Brusie Facie evidence in Boston that an As Sault and Battery has been committed. A Russela paper grumbles because a hotel keeper charged the King of Prussia francs for fiddling and one night when his majesty chose to dance the Man who knows his fellow Man is Wise indeed above . In the upper part of the City of n. York is the following curious sign washing ironing and going out o Day s work done Back Rachel my daughter Why Don t you learn As fast As your sister Han nah Why Don t every stalk of Clover Bear four bring in a Basket of chips child a prelate walking with or. John son in St. James Park remarked that Tho Trees grew very Large and Strong. Said the crabbed poet they have nothing else to from the United the Power. Men must be Little Given to the laugh ing mood who can gravely read the re Marks of some politicians in Congress about the veto and some of these politicians most rely largely on Public credulity if they expect to be believed or. Says that the veto is a Mon archival Power that it Iara Power which the British Crown Darg not exercise that when in the reign of George a Bill to restrain the Royal Power was before Par Liam if in should Pas jut he threatened that he would quit the unt the Sun shone not for her nature smile around but to in net fro of Pear re exquisite p Ang on the unfortunate. Her Steps were broken and hurried. She now approached the Waler s and then receded. No human Crealure was near to disturb her was quietness and Pri Vacy i u who wet How in such a removing a shawl and Bon Tipiere was an Eye from above Ched All. Jessie a fully sounds that name at Isis 1 but Jessie herself her taking a string com her Marble seeming neck naw York Lead Offin laying a direct tax to pay the inter est of the state debt. It is fixed at one Dollar on a Mill on a Dollar. Who would object to pay that for the Honor and credit of his slate. Let the rest follow this Noble example. Inscription on Bishop England s physician announced to him that to had no Hopes of his recovery his response was i had Hopes to Rise but i Bow to the will of and accept what he appoints. Ish Isles and retire to Hanover and this is mentioned by or Adams to prove that the British Crown dare Idt veto a Bill. All this is True but it is far from being the whole truth and that whole truth will prove that the veto Power in the United states is far Lesa dangerous to Liberty than this British veto Power which a British Monarch is afraid to use. No Man in this country on Ler stands this subject better than or. Adams and his reference to the Brit ish veto for the purpose of proving that an american president has More Power than a British Monarch or in other words that our country is More under the domination of executive Power than Briliant excites our special won Der. Or. Adams says that our veto is a monarchical Power and some of the partisan newspapers which make assertions without always knowing their meaning Stigmatise it As the one Man both or. Adams and newspapers imply by these assertions that this Power is inconsistent with popular rights is an obstruction from the Power of the people to augment the Power of the executive. Yet neither assertion is True in the sense in which it is used. This Power is strictly Republican democratic conservative of popu Lar rights. Instead of being the Power of one is the Power of the whole people exercised indeed representative by by one Man. The Powers of government Are these Only legislature and the executive. Per act absolute monarchy despotism is he of All three in one Man and to ferment approximates to perfect monarchy Wilh ils approximation to this Union. If then the veto Power be monarchical it Irist invest the presi Dent with More legislative judicial or executive Power than he. W old have with out it. As it gives him no control Over he courts brings him Ivi no Way in connection Wilh their proceeding or deeds Ous it does not affix eco them and there Bre gives him no judicial Power. So a Ihen it is not monarchical. Does it enlarge his Power this consists of two classes Only i lie exec Ion of Laws As a civil or Mil tary comma user and the appoint men of officers civil and Mili Virv the veto Jower belongs to neither ii re ales not to tile execution of Laws for aws cannot be executed before they Are made by the legislature and applied by the judiciary. So far As Laws Are concerned the president can be an dec live officer Only thro the courts. It certainly relates not to executive a therefore it is not an sex Culive Power. It Musl then be a legis Lalive Power. This is the Power of pre. Scribing Laws and is divisible into iwo tranches the making of new Laws and he retention of old. The veto Power does not belong to the first for in exercising it the president makes no new Laws. In is merely the Power of old Laws or leaving the sub act of the proposed Law without regu lation and to far is a negative and not a positive Power of legislation. Anyhow a does this negative Power extend it is qualified not absolute. It can suspend a Law till the legislature can gain express its opinion but cannot Ake the subject entirely out of its hands he president cannot say also hugely his shall Root be Elf a Law. He can merely say this shall not become a Law at this session of the Legisla thirds of each ranch vote for it. And if after the presi Dent has done this majorities of two thirds appear what becomes of this suspensory Power it is exhausted Rini dilated. The legislature moves without his concurrence Ond their will becomes the Law in spite of his opposition really this is a very Monarch Al Power a Power for to suspend the action of the legislature for a moment Aud to prevent its will becom no a Law unless Hal will be signified a two thirds almost equals the Niespo Mahometano Sultan. And if Avo thirds of each House will not vote or the proposed Law what does it merely that the representatives of the people Are divided in Opin Ion upon the subject in nearly equal numbers and that if they properly rep resent their constituents the popular Lemand for the Law cannot be very urgent. Those who desire it Are Lille More numerous Bhaiji those who desire it not. A Power to control the legis lature in such Case be very oppressive when nearly one half of the Leo pc desire the control. And How is the restraint thus pm posed by the president to till the next session of Congress. Aud As the people during the recess can elect a new Congress or instruct the representatives already in office or otherwise proclaim tin in opinion upon the proposed Law and Tii. Veto the Ici of the president soon be submit Ted to popular judgment for it Prova or condemnation. What i what tremendous monarchical Power and what is the design of this Power to prevent Hasty legislation by suspending a Law Lill the legislature subject it to a sound examination and approve it by a majority of two thirds or till the people can express their origin ions upon in in their original primary Cap icily. In is then a reference of the president to the people a contrivance for Al Ici Ting the popular judgment. And this is called a monarchical Power the Power of one Man to our apprehension it appears like a democratic Power the of the whole. It is a conservative Power but conservative of popular rights and not of executive authority. It is a Power by which he executive cannot enlarge ils own prerogatives but can merely Call upon the people to forbid or command govern ment action upon a particular subject. How Tike will of the whole people is a monarchical Power surpasses our compre Hension. And what is thereto of the British Crown it is absolute unlimited. If the hereditary King or which is an executive for Lite Bill it is rejected and until a change of opinion Fin this executive which May never occur. A Bill rejected by the Crown cannot be passed by a majority of thirds or even an unanimous vote a new election cannot cure the difficulty for though the whole people shout Al unanimously demand the Law and House of commons unanimously in favor of it and the House of lords should unanimously concur with the common of still the of the Crown May be interposed and is also Lulea such is the theory of the Brit ish Constitution and if this be a to Narr Hial Power which or. Adams will Doii tick a limn him to Shomiya Reix Truvee a it and the veto p of for i Chr in Side it and to prove Hal the lit or is tie most extensive and the most to bin the British Crown never exercises this Power. This is Irue and be cause in practice not in theory Tine Crown is Finly a nominal executive while the real executive is in he min Isery and he existence of that mints try depends on the legislature. Tha ministers not the Crown ate responsible for nil exercise of Power Legisla Tive or executive and As the British Constitution does flt impose responsibility without Power the ministry exercise All the Power for which hey Are thus responsible. The King performs no -01130131 act without the consent of the privy Council. And who Are they mostly the ministry and members of parliament. The chief of the ministry is invariably elected after his appoint Mentlo a seat in one of the houses and is there the Leader of his As he remains in the ministry Only while sustained by a majority in parliament he introduces no b ill which will not be sustained and after that Bill is passed a veto by the Crown would be a veto by himself the Crown cannot a Bill without the consent of the privy Council a Bill cannot reach live for Sig Nitura which has not has not been prepared by the ministry commanding and composing this coun Niland passed with its approbation in d common sense can decide whether a ministry would reject a Bill which it had prepared in Council and carried thro the legislature. A British veto would be the ministry s destruction of its own work. Well May or. Adams a that a British King dare not veto a Bill. But is it because he fears the people no it is because he is controlled by the ministry. And wha Are they creatures of the aristocracy. St Ruments of a legislative body elected by a minority of the people who arc controlled in their elections by another and hereditary legislative the. Ministry Are the instruments of the a Itlo Cracy. The president dares to is a reference to fhe the British Crown dares riot veto a Bill because the veto Power belongs to the aristocracy and its exercise would. Merely a refusal of that aristocracy to legislate and would involve the sur Dity of t Cir refusing to finish what. They and nobody under i. Stands All this belter than or. Adams. Yet he contrasts our with the to the disparagement of the fori Ivy o. Lije Pfar i m. Of politician 5 .-17 i1 Rentfr i Tirc to i. Of Power of Tho .1 Moil if o i ii Tuin veto if a x curve Foo ii uniting ail authority the great Chesnut on mount Etna is the largest Irce in the world. Its trunk at the base is 152 feet in circumference and an opening in it is Large enough to. Admit two carriages abreast. Vessels Are taking in dry goods a. Freight in England for America at six shillings per ton. Thirty shillings has been the customary Price. An editor out West objects to the substitution of ladies for our Public dinners because they Are to much dearer. Wesee by Southern papers that miss Surinda clout teaches a school Al shirt Tail Bend. I the legislature of this stale propose levying a Lix on luxuries including divorces i on saturday evening last one of the clerks in the Baltimore Post office found in the Savannah mail bag a lip e Garter afoot Long. Whether he was marked Post paid or not i e not elated. Ine spa Fer newspaper
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