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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 2, 1840, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaS will he a cling of i such a wide circus to and Usta illness to Versay acknowledged scary to give a lure will contain. At they Mil Erest in the proceedings of her then i cheap it is indeed 10 ruled our position at the seat of us i to print them at so a input led to publish pro. A in i Tail daily a i requires comparatively dial to change the e congressional Lobo and Vrr not for these circus t publish than for four its of thik paper upon which would sell for As i two houses of con. " a of u me it is pit Blithe. Hurt Fra the session. The speeches out by Mth Osaia form is by the Mem is any am f f a con at once by refer 1c subscriber a. Giop j Ujj r filie works will i for a larger try a Post of Fri or incur i in subscriber 11 1 of Mccomber next Tiu a few in a kicks. 3 go. L Ini Iii to this i i solicit body s to City i in a his hit he if ifs la nary in Moro Iruh. I i i in v. Two n. A f io8t no will tour. Big Innus sri Jefe i re Vij in so or fun polishing please a Silver and if Mccast description will Hiss Popper. J. La. Ink ii. Smith. The the quote of Lur comity of Lati Irr Jim re x Lor Jis Tribuson to for the a at the hotel of saturday 5o if not paid within the year. Of year payable half year Advance printed Ana published every Wied essay j. P. At Wellsborough wedge Day de c e Ember 2, i Tine Fote 1145 the tells borotto Tiona county a conditions. So subscription received for a Shorter period h six months nor will any paper be Discon imn cil until All arrearage Are paid but at the option of publisher. J i sements making not More than a Square three times far one Dollar and Uhi Putni in Triton Twenty five cents. Fotr f charged in the Aam Epro to lust exceeding Aix lines will be and those making six lines Hurt times for seventy five cents and 18 every time after. The Price for one same. Al Liberal reduction to those who Adverl Tae to the year w arr1o r. By w. C. Aguior him grave again and my Emily softly Lay. Beneath the verdure of the Plain. The scattered booed away. Pay the deep reverence taught of old the homage of Man s heart to death nor with Iho Mould once quickened by almighty s breath. Tho soul hath hallowed every part that remnant of a martial brow those that held mighty heart that Armah tis now. Spare mouldering fragment spare of own them rest shall speak of where the likeness u in Piesse. For he wag from the hand thit formed of Earth the human tee and elements did stand n nearer Icin dred than our race Lominy a flood of madness Tost. In Many a storm hat been path he hid him not from Licat or Froit j but met Llie in and defined their then were they Forest Here i Rivurs and Stilli a a Lori paid a tribute to the net and Florar of the red ruler of Shade of Tui on the Woodland branches Lay in the a Lajoci Mould below the looked Forth to teach his Way. The Stilt Earth warned him of his foe. A Nuble race but they Aro gone with their old forests wide arid deep and we have built oar Homes upon Fields where their generation sleep their Slako our thirst at noon. Upon their our Harvest Waves our lovers woo beneath their Moon a let As spare at least their Graves the Queen of Portugal. It May he interesting to devote a few words to the description of the Queen of this country As now appears and curiosity must be the More Active Reg arding her As she was for sometime in England. The Small interesting Little person who was so much caressed by Georgo in and William in is now in to a very Large woman. I believe it is rare to see a person or her age of such extraordinary size. Her features Are of a heavy cast her hair is Light and dressed in ringlets but without ornament and is tied in a knot behind she dressed in Black. She is re ported to be of a Lur Leab inoffensive character and when hanging on the Arm of the is a slender youth the contrast is singular. The misery la which the Royal household is reduced an Best he appreciated by stating the jct that the government find it More convenient to Lake charge of and keep. The Royal establishment than to pay a stated sum for the purpose to their sovereigns. The salaries fall Are greatly a air ears and the Royal personages Are such distress for Money that they a obliged to procure it on their own promissory notes from jews and private persons at an immense discount. The Queen Dine almost always to though the latter takes her and Dejeu ners a Lafourche tinted on Fine it the office of no Tabbs for others non no court people kept. Hat remain from the Royal Board a Given to the poor. The the attendants Are on Hoard wages. Few receptions of any Are Given at the Palace and even in there is an audience of the Queen 8 opens her lips or has a com with any one the priests considerable influence with her Londonderry s Jour i Magazine. The arrest of Andros. A legen1 of Colony times by Robert l. Wade Esq. Boston. Upon thy Eye Halls Murd Rous tyranny in grim majesty to fright the world. King Henry sixth third part. If you were porn to Honor show it now if put upon you make the judgment Good that though you worthy of it. Prielu Aci fourth scene sixth concluded enraged at the treatment he had received but yet curbing his passion at will Andros waved his hand for the soldiers to recover their arms and turned to the brother and sister. At length said Andros after a silence of some minutes during which time thei two had anxiously waited for him to speak i have borne much for your Sake and am Content to forgive every this. Once More i ask you shall i sign this warrant see Here it lies awaiting my signature the Ink is trem bling in my villain interrupted Ireton dare to mention that again and on the spot even where you stand i la Send your hideous soul to keep company with congenial spirits that have gone before you. Sign the warrant and away with me at so be it said Andros. Hold cited Ellen Edward sir Edmund silence Ellen interrupted ire ton i will not receive life upon such terms. Sign sir but at the moment even while his1 ready pen had traced a portion of his autograph a Lour report of heavy Ord Nance similar to that which had Shook the province House a Short time previously again echoed through the town. The pen of the governor was dropped while his countenance tit once1" assumed an of dismay and alarm the Butts of the soldiers muskets were instantly dropped to the floor and their turned anxiously towards the win Ireton also started and gazed to wards the window while Randolph snatched the spy Glass from the table and placing it to his eyes pointed it tovv3rtl another and another concussion Shook the House to its very foundation and it was evident by the Quick and heavy firing that it proceeded from More than one source. Speak Randolph cried an soon As he recovered the use of his Tongue what do you see the lower part of the Harbor is covered one dense Cloud of replied Randolph but i can see thei upper spars and rigging of several ships above Are they saluting in Courtesy or Are they battling in demand a the governor. I cannot Tell the smoke is so continued Randolph but they All Are a lapse minutes occurred during which time the firing continued As heavy and As frequent. Heavens sir Edmund suddenly exclaimed Ranc Dolph this is no play. There s real fighting among them somewhere for the main top Gal Lant Mast of one of the ships has just been shot close to the Cap. They Are at it in Earnest and this bodes no Good to us. The smoke is rolling up a Little and i shall have a better View. A the Fleet is firing into the they return a sir Edmund what think Yogi now cried Ireton in a tone of exultation j hour of Triumph is fast passing away. Your master longer holds his Iron sceptre Over our Heads the Thunder of that canno Naf Ding tells is that William of Orange is upon the Hrone of England Wei May you cringe with fear i now defy you look up my sifter my own dear Ellen we Are Safe shouted his rage and Dagion finding vent in speech Short shall be your exultation. See he Bent Over the table for a moment and then with a fiendish held up the warrant at the Bottom of which his name was hurriedly separate them he ing the warrant to the sergeant and pointing to the two who still remained in a close embrace and away with him to instant execution. The closing hours of my administration shall Long be remembered. My government shall yet live through the Day. Why do you not obey me separate them t closer to his bosom and with the othe facts of it we can open the great poor seized a chair and felled the Foremost. And push our Way through them per beaut bring your men up Here exclaimed Andros Soldier to the floor keep off or you la Repett i level your muskets shouted Andros almost choking with f Hoot them both if they will not be separated hold sir Edmund interrupted Randolph this is no time to indulge in personal animosities. Hear you tha was is madness. Such conduct would Jen sure certain should be dered without As he spoke the clock of the i old. South Church struck seven and instant the Distant Roll of a drum accompanied by the startling a i am Here Safe replied Ireton appearing at the head of the stairs. One Hearty and Prol aged shouts Hook the building to its very Centre and then the object for which they had arched having been accomplished the populace dispersed and peace once a draft swayed its seep re Over the old town of the three mountains. Shout As True As the Sun now Shinea Bugle Call awakened fresh a preen the people Are in in was As he said. Armed mobs were rapidly collecting in every Street Bon fires were already burning upon All the by while the sounds of the drum and Hills in and around the town horsemen Bugle gradually Drew nearer to the Stene were galloping rapidly to and fro Bells of action. U Sions in the persons of the besieged. Exclaimed Andros for a few Momenta All listened by while ii were pealing out their Brazen sounds Drums and trumpets and shouts were resounding through the streets and i was too plainly evident that open rebel lion among the inhabitants had taker place. Barricade every door and window cried Andros going out into the entry and shouting to those in the lower Hall. Score of voices immediately responded and then were heart body of interrupted Randolph now Good Aid us or we re encouraged by the appearance fit a body of soldiers who were now in sight rapidly marching toward inem the mob without increased their clan or shouting and knocking on the doors and windows continually demanding with angry voices the release of the feelings of Ireton during t Lese the noise and confusion from below at proceedings can be easily tending the execution of his frequently did he feel a burning desire and ii was Well timed for scarcely to Rush non and grapple with had the House been put in a posture of ran Nical governor and As often was he defence when the collection in the Stree in front rapidly augmenting in num Bers As it advanced moved towards the House evidently determined upon taking the Law into their own hands. Pass up muskets and Ammu Vilior exclaimed Audros As a Soldier from he lower Hall ascended the stairs restrained by the thoughts that rashness would hut insure Date destruction to himself and perhaps he loved sister whom he held in his Aphis. Patiently therefore did he resolve to wait until the people should forc Dlan Entrance into the House which lit Felt sure they would before Long. Nor was and announced that the doors and eve big forbearance destined to undergo a by outlet were barred sufficiently to tedious trial. The drum of the sol withstand the assault of tiny from with Diers which had been gradually draw out for some time. Range line up and Down the stairs and pass up we can defend the Gate of the Yan fro ii these before however the defence was entirely prepared a Large concourse of armed men had surrounded the House knocking upon the doors and shouting to be admitted. Speak to them a u Andros visibly betraying his ask them what they would have and have a score of bullets up ing near was now beating loudly 5be Neath the windows of the House Witle the loud welcoming shouts of the Nob evidently told that in the new carriers they had received important Aid. J look from the pried Andros and Tell me their i cannot Tell their precise was Thi reply but there is a Boydjr of near a Hundred with fixed and can you see the Leader to distinguish him i not replied. _ through my head at the moment that " he is talking with two or three affix show replied cers and i should judge by the will first try the effect of this " a tons that they Are Randolph spoke he tied a White hand kerchief at the end of his sword and Hung it out of the window. A Long shout from below proclaimed that the act had been witnessed and then several voices cried Ireton Ireton give us up at these words the governor s assumed its wonted ferocious aspect while Ireton s flushed with Hope. What would you have cried Dolph making a bold Effort and show ing himself to the populace. Deliver up Nior than a Hundred voices or Well set fire to the Randolph Drew Back to Confer wit i the governor. During this time the firing in the Harbor had been gradually growing less frequent and had now ceased altogether. Without reply in 5 to Randolph Andros took up his and looked out upon the water. You inquired ran what see Dolph. Two men of War and a Brig with the English Flag at each of their cried fifty voices. Best manner to effect an let answered Antros fiercely a at least will Nieset their a exclaimed Randolph they Are tearing up the heavy Post of the Gateway to use As a battering ram As he spoke there was heard a dead hollow sound from below occasioned by the violent concussion of the Post against the Large door. I shouted Andros Diaw ing his sword Well defend the Way and Landing to the latest moment and with Randolph and the soldiers close behind him he sprang Down the stairs. Ere however he had reached the lower Landing the door gave Jay beneath the repeated shocks of tearing ram and the whole of the Lender entry was filled by the Rush of the infuriated populace. Shouted Andros and Vance another step and i give orders to fire upon you upon him seize he replied Andros and rather a crippled state the brigs in hold exclaimed a t it thanks wag the Leader of the troops that of the fort a there Are boats just arrived who now appeared Ini Khe out making for the another half hour to those within the House of Long duration passed away. Day was now fast fading away the Sun had Long gone Down in the wes., and 1he shades of Twilight were already one Story Good till another is told. Gentleman of considerable Magni was relating in company How a military Friend of his having his left Creek sliced off by a Saber Cut at the Battlefield of Waterloo had coolly picked up replaced and both Dagad with his handkerchief the stray segment which after a few Days was reconciled to its Parent face that is to say cured by inoculation As it is termed. After this Good thing had passed cur rent Voith the addition of course of a few obvious comments from the wags of the company As to the right Cheek having been the left one an old gentleman quietly too t the Lead and observed that a far More remarkable occurrence had happened to a Friend of his a cavalry officer at the same Bat the and who failing to Rizarry a Cut aimed at his face had his nose clean shaven off. Continued elderly narrator any Friend stooped and re possess de of the deficient feature which he clapped on his face bound it with his handkerchief and then went up graciously on As if no thing had happened. In the sequel lie found the nose firmly his this Irreg Arity however it was upside Down owing to the haste with which he had put it on again this circumstance did not much disturb him for being a Preat snuff taker he was thus enabled ply the powder to his nostrils without the usual Wasie to but As one consequence of the change he would complain of As rather inconvenient when Ever he wanted his nose he was obliged to his or walked to see the manufacture of mosaic. It differs from the Pictral Dura vat this that while stones Are employed in the florentine mosaic the material used in the roman is a composition of Lead tin Glass smelted and nixed wit colors. Of this there be shades. We walked through a Long room lined with cases in which this it arranged to the work shops. Here we watched the Progress of the mosaic for some Lime. In an Iron Frame is placed a the size of the intended picture on it is spread Inch by Inch a kind of Mastic which Nyhen dry becomes a hard As while yet soft the work Man inserts in it the Small pieces of which the mosaic is Ormed Cut and ground with the utmost nicety to the shape required. The time necessary for the completion of these pictures is of course and t in expense proportionate some costing Nea Ray when the copyist has faithfully executed his task there is still much to be done the mosaic is Laid on a the interstices Are filled with a Peculiar sort of Wax prepared for this purpose the surface is then ground we etly smooth and the whole polished. The subjects generally chosen Are the finest pictures of the old masters and it is wonderful to see the Beautiful copies produced Meei Anical miss door followed by a Long deep lib of Resolute soldiery. Edmund exclaimed he As sour. Obtained in the name of the King of England i arrest you for a foul and dishonourable traitor yield you a anecdote of the revolution. A is told col. M Lane s stealing with its sober sadness Over the Oner or i shall Grant no Quarter town. Within the upper a Parlmer the group seemed like very statues so motionless did they stand. Andros was i evolving in his mind a thousand ways to Avert the threatened proceed bugs All of which were successively never with replied Andros. Them then soldiers 1" Ched the Leader j there was a Rush upon the stairway As they obeyed Gros sed and bayonets clashed against Pach abandoned. Randolph Stod where re other shouts and groan Rose fearfully could look out upon the Yard unseen amid the Din then the whole Erst Jay by the mob moodily folding his anus was lit up by a Bright vivid in deep abstraction. Ireton and his Lowed by the crashing report of Risius sister were also silent from various Ketry and columns of dense Sulphur causes and the file t a leaning upon their awaiting the orders for farther action. In their fight they look one prisoner in a very singular manner. Or Mcdonie Aid a major of one of the regiments having dismounted an English officer took Possession of his very Beautiful and mounted it. When the English cavalry fled the horse ran off with the unfortunate or. My Dan All his efforts to Stop till it at the head of the regiment of which apparently its master was the Comman Der. The melancholy and at name time ludicrous figure which poor me Donald Cut when he thus saw himself the victim of his ambition to possess a Fine horse which Cost him his life on the scaffold tray be easily conceive. De. Ald All restrain him nor did it of soldiers stood our smoke. Conflict pieces patient y for tree superiority of the numbers sir Edmund this is a precarious sit suddenly exclaimed Randolp i Starling from his reverie if we is it of the governor of the new Comers soon decided Andros and Randolph struggling to the seized and securely bound. Away with them to the ship exclaimed the Leader and to Morrow i at your peril Fouch cried with one Arm he Drew Ellen much longer there will be no Chance of they must to England for their escape. Give orders to pour a Volley Ireton Ireton cried More than of Bullet from this window and before a Hundred voices soon As the they will have recovered from the of of Battle had in i measure subsided. Naod Story to the troops under command be fore going into Winter quarters at Val Ley forge. They were suffering for provisions and clothing and Congress had been repeatedly petitioned for that Relief which it was not in their Power to bestow. Under these circumstances col. M Juane paraded his band of suf Fering soldiers and harangued them As f n 1 follows fellow soldiers you be served your country faithfully and truly. Fought hard fights together against the enemy. You be in a bad Way for comfortable clothes that s a fact arid it makes cry a most to see your feet on the ground. But Congress can t help it nor i Nei ther. If any of you want to return of May go. Let them that would like to go step two paces ouf darn my skip if i Don t shoot him As Quick As i would Jared s it is needless to add that not a Soli Dary to found. Tears of the who forgets the anecdote of. Napoleon and the Village Bells of Bientz he was Riding late one Day Over a Bailie Field gazing unmoved on Thetie pm that strewed the ground by thousands about when Huikien y those evening Bells struck tip a merry peal. The emperor paused to listen his was softened memory was with the past. Be was no longer the conquerer of but the innocent Happy school boy at Bientz ibid dismounting from horse he sea Loci himself on the stump of an old tree and to the astonishment of Repp who relates the circumstance burst into tears. The Rock was the living Waters came gushing from it. Jin article for simple preventive from lightning to Corn and Hay stacks is that of merely putting a go aft bottle As a Cap on the Point where the thatch terminates in place of Spur or spiral Pinnacle of Reed that is mostly placed at their Summit both of which Are with the exception of Iron the Best conductors of electric fluid and Are generally the cause of accidents which occur from the lightning whereas Glass is a non conductor and repels the Flash instead of conducting it. Jet ionospheric Are All aware if the weather be Damp and foggy that a listless and languid elate whilst during dry weather however cold it May be therein a j Tel ing of Light and Chat King Ness pervading the whole. In the first Zitin Soplu a is Rob Bing us of our. Electricity which i Dily absorbs in the Ness of the sir is such thai it us in the Possession of the electricity vol Rich seems to belong to us the buoy Ancy of spirits on the and frosty Days of december and january and the suicidal despondency of hence he Iasi icily the life and Ani mation of the Frenchman the sluggish heavy movement of the dutchman. The variable feelings of the englishman one Day full of Hope and cheerfulness the next Day at War with himself and the rest of Man Birrd. To every one in a Damp moist condition of the Atmos phere flannel is a great Comfort but silk is the most useful covering of the body. It is by far the Best Friend and comforter that can be applied. We know that if a silk handkerchief be perfectly dry lightning the most accumulated could not pass through it so Deci ded a no conductor is it next to the the air cannot absorb the electricity of the human silk waistcoats drawers and stockings of the same material Are of the greatest service during the humid state of the Winter months of this country. The the derive them More Benefit than from the most Active Lon pc incr a More invigorating cordial us an any spirituous dram nor Are the effects fora buoyancy of spirits Anki an Are thus Over ins whole Frame. Patients too during mercurial influence Are much better wrapped in silk than even when confined to bed. Or. Sigmond. Too much Friend Kfouri who is much disposed to laugh than weep at the follies of Mankind is in the habit of checking his ebullition of mirth with this grave Well Turere is too Mue Hajtun in this world for a poor we were reminded of the saying yesterday for during the afternoon we were by different persons challenged to mortal combat sued for a Label and threatened not orally with a cow enough for one Day to satisfy any reasonable world

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