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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 6, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaWhole no. 276. Every wednesday by 3. P wednesday december 6, 1843. Wellsborough Ould the Teoder you insensible to it it All Over at once but Young and thar sure snuff was a grate big u. Jones courtship. 1848 the. Eagle. Of Tife and h but you will be less to suffer from ways like to be engaged Awn re meal bag hanging to the Jice. It was Viust wait a month know so i sep be monstrous a Handy to Gil into to Mary she says i must Call her Tompson dear sir Crispus is All was tar mined not by mrs. Lydia Jade Firson. Yan know i told you some chairs on a Bench and was game to bring miss hold of the rope and let myself Down into the but just As i was Gettin in o the Chalk a Crispus. Whistle Tho it come been a serious undertaken. And to Hay upon a bed of a in in agony a f h d m brain n scorch d my brain i on my forehead Lay big icy drops i would have Wip d 1 Lais d nifty hand Tail was powerless cold Snow. H poise As but a throb of agony i Assai Lolly 1 Felt life s creeping tides j their courses. Heavil Jwj was my Tongue Lay cold in the Hall of. Melody. J was i Feu of the close and narrow loom Stem d to shut out the Sweet breath of Inai life s and friends were weeping j wildly round with broken supplication unto god j thai he would spare a life so hear to. Them Bui 1 was Veary and my Earnest prayer me sleep in Jesus. Let me die. 1 knew that death was present and 1 fees d to struggle with who Pfest his icy band upon my struggling heart lore away its life strings. Then i Lay a spiritual essence on the air a Calm a Beauty and Static Bliss living in us own wealth of bless Edne 1 looked opon the Clay that had so held me a prisoner. Where were c pangs that wrung its nerves ? of mystery o a Cahow Beautiful m us Pale sleep j .1 1_ -.1 not allay belie me. Had lain con Ibias in its first germ and All its weary life had dwell villain in gnawing at its and thrilling it with pangs and dire c and slow decay weakness anxiety. Sit Rhing and Lears so Hal its Highes were mix d with agony. Deals now conquer by the eternal son of god Ohms the resurrection and the Elf who had destroy d Llie Lori ret in and the Calm Clay and the immortal were Iree d from deals forever. Then i Loo i upon my weepers in their Billet Ness clinging remd Thal cold sob each on Llie others neck and yet 1 t no sympathy Wilh grief 1 could Ngi but said poor mortals Ilye could by mine be mourn. Now came i Strain of music like a b beaming me upward by its rav Ishmer through Tho etherial Ocean till at be 1 Rose above Earth s Liumis a Josphe to the celestial radiance of and the Gie Al world Roll d trom by feel with mighty Rushing sound of Melo along its sinning track. Apparent r its sound and motion As with Majes it March j along. In rapturous Aina 1 look d upon the sinning hosts of w the infinitely vast and eau Liliie creations ofte Hovah. Every when Bright orbs were floating every one in its own atmosphere no Sori ii d lie and Ellering unit god its voice of p my being was All wonder and Deigl As floating in this boundless Wilder of rolling their win and speeding on their errands 1 or a Irenius of the glory of omnipotent and there were blessed creator moving in arc or resting on their Broad and Glintle in pure communion every Perlecy was Bright with Joy and i Anlas 1 pass d they wait d their sit of the death Eal d Art Sease a Joys As dead. Hush soul on h Veea know Ould not Day Leah my y a rids Dembiac d i. S i f Light ii in s Radiant lips ing wings ice oly peace Ery wings Ali at came Bliss Augurt on the went the a she w her w alway what could Marriki you n Call i rite p it Goi Wido i m ses. Or Ved went As i set tin Kesi knew v i 1 i do she ses Over to any 1 som s Noth read in in v now i Gal v to i Jos or Tuer the expound i his sight much improved by is recent illness. Perhaps this improvement in his sight will enable him to discover where the error lies in his calculation of the end of the world. And bade me Speed my world in swells of fragrant Onusic. Of la that fill d my being. Was theme inn that could have won me to assume again my mortal prison of disease and Case of weakness and Poullion Vtha to me were its affections with their Dout is by fears their trembling Hopes and thrilling agonies had escape d them and 1 was All j y. Onward i pass a and now atmosphere bacame a Crimson glory every we re Radiant with Angel laces and Brig it forms fining amid Sott White and purple Clouds bit seem d the fragrant breathing of Delight from living censers burning Halavi Only Balm and pouring with the incense a Ric i hymn of sweetness ravishing. Speed is Ter Speed Beard Sweet voices singing. Speed thy Way to him who had redeem d thee. Into whom a highest glory. And the wide i mensa Echo d with glory glory we in i a flood of spirit dazzling brightness Wai i Eveal d fed Saab an ecstacy of a fire Delig it flowed my spirit that 1 join d the hymn and with a shout of glory broke i w spell and the Bright vision vanish d. Elegant tote Mora 7 Speaks of a lady who astonished a party the other Day by skit g for the Loami of a diminutive Argente us Trunca Ted Cone convex on ils us Neil and we perforated with Symert Eal indent or in other words i thimble. An English paper gives n account a Tea party of sixty old w Imen who were the mothers of eight h indred and qty nine children they Musl have had something to talk Aboul at that Tea party we should think. Me Sto Ley Nath ii an thou All about the whole circumstance t is 1 s made my mind up More n Rijmes to jest go and come rile out with j business Bat whenever i got whar and whenever she looked at me with tin eyes and kind o blushed at me i Eft sort o steered and faint and All i Jade up to Tell her was forgot so i hink of it to save me. But you s a Man i. Thompson sol could it Tell ing about poppin the question As they it s a mighty great favor to a of a a Gal and to people As Ain t use to it hard Don t ill they say Don t mind it no Mote n nothing. But Kin a transgression As the preacher ins eve 1 put on my new suit and Sha face As Slick As a smoothing Iron and Jer to old miss stallions is. As soon itt into the Parler whar they was All a Lund the fire miss Carline and miss both laughed rite re ses they i told you so i would be Joseph it Sld one. Carline v ses i. Come under sister s Chicken Bone and she knew you was Contin when it Over the door i no such thing is Mary and her face blushed red All the bag swung agin the chairs and Down they went with a terrible Racket. But no body did t Wake up but did miss stallion ses grate big cur Dongi and he come Rippin and Lair in through the Yard like round he went trying to find what was the matter. I Sot Down in the did t breathe louder nor a Kitten for fear he d find me out and after a while Haquist Barkin. The wind begun to blow abominable cold arid the old bag Kep turning round and swi Gin so it made me seasick As the Misc if. You need t deny ses miss Kesiah no to Joseph now jes As sure As there s irm in Chicken Bones wed that was a first Fate Chance to say per but the dear Little creature looked y and Kep blushing so i could no a factly to the pint so 1 Luck a chair an 1 up and Luck Down the Bone and up y packet. It Are you Gwine to do with that Bon major ses miss Mary. Gwine to keep it As Long As 1 ses i Crispus present Froni the handsomest Georgia in i sed that she blushed wire and Kei she so prope i was fraid to move for fear the rape would Brake and let me fall and i of Wilh my Teeth a Alilin like i had Heager. It seemed like it would Orne Daylight and i do believe if a id it love miss Mary so powerfully i would froze to Deth or my Hart Kras he Only spot that fell warm and l did l beat More n two licks a y when i thought How she would be prised in the morning and Ihei it went into a Canter Bimby the cursed old dog come up on the porch and be gun to smell bout the bag and then the asked like he thought he had tried something. Bow wow wow ses he. Then he d Snell agin and try to git up the bag. Git ses i very Low for fear they would hear me Bow wow wow ses he. Be gone you Bomi Nable old ses i and i Felt All Over in spots for i spec Ted every i nit he d nip me Ami what made it worse i could t see whar bouts he d Lake hold. Bow wow then i tried Here Good ses i and Whis Leci a Little to him but it want no use. Thar he stood and Kep up his eternal a Zhinin and Barkin All night. I miss Mary now has Betehia Good Deal of bother shun to me bul if you could see her Vou would t think i ought to grudge a Hale suffering to git such Sweet Little wife. You must come to the wedding if you possibly Kin. I la let you know. No More from your Friend till Deth Jos. Jones. I like to forgot to Tell you about Cousin Pete he got snapped on leg nog when he Heerd of my engagement and he s been As Meller As a Hose a pole Ever sense. From the new York Sun. I Don t care., yes you do care we All care for he world s opinion however much we exposure to it and better Able to under go even its unjust condemnation or. Krom the pennsylvanian. Clay and the Tariff. We Are not Aredis posed to Public men who come before the people Lor their Suffrages any reasonable amount of siring that they May place themselves in such variety of attitudes As they think necessary to Render themselves agreeable but really or Clay is so eccentric and his shifts and changes that it a twine factory to find him in line of late he continually requiring More and it is scarcely never in favor of Ahugh Laroff a this be soil certainly leaves some of the whigs of Penn Sylvania in a strange position with or. Van a Ireri As the builder up of the High Tariff of Anid with or. Clay As its Puller modifier and reducer of All tariffs. Jiey have or. Clay s own word for is the fact and he is of course Good evidence so possible to pay out Mee t hid requisitions. Could t Tell when Daylight was Brakin Only by the chickens Crowin and was monstrous glad 10 hear pm for if i bad to stay there one hour More 1 Don t be Lieve i d Ever got out of that bag alive. Old miss stallions come Oul Fust and As soon As she saw Llin bag ses she May try to cheat ourselves Wilh the idea that we Are Uiti Gierent to it. A rash or a foolish action which May Render us obnoxious to censure or Ridi Cule never fails to excite this we May have no compunction of con innate regard for the con sequences to others but the first though will shall i appear in the Esti mation of friends and acquaintances How Many workers of Many tyrants on a Petty Many oppressors of the weak and unfortunate Pup vie their course in secret with Hearil Esis indifference to the sufferings they occasion who tremble it the very thought of having their published to the world in connexion with any one of those acts. Public opinion is the severest of All Why because ils infliction Are in Are the scorpion stings to penetrate the disgrace is not in Llie prison cheerless White washed cell being deprived of heaven s Blessing no he Marks it in the averted look in the quiet contempt and scorn of Bis fellow men and he feels to m the. Secret desolation of Bis own breast. There is not a civilized human being who dares Brave Public opinion unless indeed god ? i Maine within him has been entirely effaced and every fast enough to he darts Hithe and thither in the political sea with such surprising velocity of Fin that Long Tom coffin himself could scarcely preserve the whig boat from being dragged under by this Alert and agile Levan Hian. Time or thereabouts when the Clay electioneering was conducted on the High Tariff principle the Appeal being altogether directed to the manufacturing interests what upon Aielli has Joseph put in feeling that rive. Dignity to manhood has been swept away by be overflow i i a it was the american Clay s american system and they were enemies to their country who would not go As far As he in its support. Then suddenly came the letter to of. Bronson to which we have had fre quent occasion to refer. In this or. Clay assumed the democratic ground of an economical administration of the government Wilh a Tariff for Revenue so adjusted As to afford incidental Protection to such of our manufacturers As need it. But now the teat Pacifica Tor has issued another Leller addressed to or. Meri Wilhur of Georgia Mem Ber of the last Congress and opposed to the present Tariff from which epistle we copy the subjoined passages or. Clay to . Oct. J84.3. You tire right so far As the record Iso Mitrani in. In voter statement that i did not vote Lor the thrill in iai6 or l8 a list i supported their principles and have always admitted t Uit i was in favor them. I did not vote for the Tariff of .1838, for when however yer. Van Buren col. Linton col. John son or Wright and others of our present oppo far As himself i us concerned. He is not in favor of duties being so High As to amount to a prohibition of the articles on which they Are rather prefers the georgian theory Tariff and that would be non . Or Clay lakes so much line that he involves his adherents in. A complication of tangles. There Are also further contradictions to he reconciled foe in a recent letter from or. Clay to. Messr-s., Brenham. And Bledsoe he distinctly says that he voted for the Tariff of 1816, 1824 and 1832 but he informs or. Meriwether that he did the Tariff of 1816 and 1824. But let this pass Ami to put i things Siom Elial straight it would he Well for of the Penn Sylvania whigs to w Rise forthwith to Ashland to ascertain what do y or. Clay would have Laid on Iron and Coal according of co. Incidence Wilh the Drewi of Georgia whig Gery. A you shamed ses she. In you ought to give her a prism is gift to keep All her ses miss Carline. Ses old miss stallion when i was a e used to hang up our Ivy ses All of pm to say Stock e Afore in i Felt a Little streaked too Caus they ii blushing As hard As they could i Why Tity ses the old what Fine i d like to know what harm there is in i. People now a Days is Gittin so Rnea Jou thed that thay cant Call nothing by its and 1 dont see As they s any better than id time people was. When i was a Gal you 1 used to hang up my stocking and pm my of presents e gals kept Laughin fever ses miss Mary majors o give me a Crispus you Mali ses 1 you know i promised you jut i did t mean that ses she. Be got one for you what i want you to your life but it would take a two by bag to hold it sea i do that s the kind ses she. But will you keep it As Long As you certainly 1 will Majer Tow you hear that miss Carline ses ses she Al keep it All her life yes. I will ses what is it never mind ses hang up a bag big in Jugh to hold it and you la find out in the m year tin or ome live animal or Bruin would t bark at in so she went in to Call the gals and i. Sot bar Shiv Rinall Over so i could t Spesick if i tried but i did t say nothing. Bimby they All come Ronnhi out. Re what ses miss i ing Yel Public is a tyrant anecdote of Washington at the commencement of the revolutionary War there lived at East Windsor in this state a Farmer of the name Jacob Hansel 1 aged 45 years. After the communication by Wate be tween this part of the country and Boston was interrupted by the Possession of the Boston Harbor by the British was often employed to transport provisions by land to array lying in the neighbourhood of Boston. In summer of thus employed he arrived within a Tew Miles it the Camp at Cambridge with a Large Load drawn by of team. In a part of the Road which was somewhat rough and the Rathe a veiled path Way wits rear Row he Iii i two carriages in each which was an american general offi cer. The officer in the Forward near to m his head the window Hiss Carline winked at miss Kesiah and the ii whispered to they both laughed and looked at me As mischievous As they d. They sheeted something. You la be sure to give it to me now if i Hig. Up a bag ses miss Mary. And you Promise to keep itt ses i. Well i will Caus i know you would it e me nothing that was t Worth Keepin. I hey All agreed they would hang up a bag Fotij me to put miss Mary s Crismas present in it the Back porch and bout nine o clock i told Good evening and went Home. I set up till Midnight and when they s All gone to bed i went softly into the Back Gale and went up to the porch my Mary. Of it s alive ses miss Kesiah. See it move Call Cato. And make him Cut the ses miss Carline and let s see what it is. Come Here Calo and gel a Lii bag Down Don t hurl in for the ses miss Mary. I Cato untied the rope that was round the Vicc Ard let the bag Down on the floor and i tumbled Oul All covered Hith Corn meal from head to fool. Goodness gracious ses miss Mary if it aint the major Himsel sri i and you know you promised to keep my Crispus present As Long As you lived the gals laughed almost to Deth and went to brushing off the meal As fast As they could Sayin they was Goin to hang that bag up every Crispus till they got husbands too. Miss Mary bless her Bright blushed a Beautiful As a morning glory and sed she d stick to her word. She was rite out o bed and her hair was t combed and her bed was t fix at All but the Way she looked pretty was Rale Dis Raclin. I do believe if i was froze Sliff one look at her Charmin face As she stood Lookin Down to the floor with her roguish eyes Anil her Bright curls falling All Over her snowy neck would Foteh d me too. I Tell you what it was Worth hanging in a meal bag from one Crispus to another to feel so Happy As i have Ever since. I went Home after we had the laugh out and set by the fire till i had thawed. In the Forenoon All the the Stal lioness come Over to our House and we had one of the greatest crib mus dinners that Ever was seed in Georgia and i Don t believe a happier company Ever set Down at the same table. Old miss stallions and Mother settled the match and talked Over every thing that Ever happened in their families and laughed of me and Mary and cried bout their ded husbands Caus they was t alive to see their children married. In is All All settled now cent we Saint Sot the wedding Day. I d to have course of vice. And opinion is often wrong and like All tyrants lop often visits Wilh its Power alike the innocent and the reputation and Saint ing with foul suspicion the fairest and brightest of god s Struing the purest actions and Shadow ing even the glory thai virtue Sheds upon her favourites. It is the conscious Ness of this that makes Mankind trem ble before it and though in a moment of wincing perhaps under it galling infliction you May exclaim i Don t care for the world s opinion and abuse every body around you As portions of that world you pre lend to friends and toes alike. What does it. Avail does it make you More Independent does it surround you with an atmosphere ratified that calumny Falls powerless by its influence no it is in fact use Lessly inflicting torments upon y Wiir is fighting single handed against an though cased in mail you will be overcome by numbers and conquered at last. Public opinion is in the air that pervades clings to us like our Shadow is gentle As the summer evening rough and unkind As the wintry is an inquisitor that scrutinizes not Only our actions but would Cross examine our very thoughts and pass judgment upon our is arbitrary in ils Power and despotic in the exercise of then who shall say he cares not or it when even innocence shrinks from its unjust rebuke mile world Don t care or you that s certain it would still spin upon its Axis no matter whether you were annihilated his moment or Iol but if you Don t care for the world hide your head in the most a discoverable obscurity and the sooner the better. Since Ihen we Are sub eel 10 this monster and must per Force be so it is better to Bear its visitations with philosophy always remembering that a Good name is better than and persevering with a Stout heart Uri Der difficulties of All under misrepresentations and injustice to give and called to him in an Hamn you get out a flee path 1 Munsell in i mediately you i wont get Moil fical and reduced the Tario of 18-8, Insomuch j out. Of the path out yourself after some cents did vote. Arid it is remarkable that from that period my exertions in Congress have been i j reeled to the reduction and moderation of 1 that it was suppose in by reasonable men that it would or Tosa Tiskiy the nullifies of South Carolina. The next year i brought Forward the Coin Promise. In 1s41 i supported the Tarifi of that year which was limited to the free articles i never was in favor of what t regarded As a High Tariff. And my present opinion is in perfect Choju evidence with that of the whole whig party of the United states including Georgia As i understand it i never was in favor of duties being so High Aslo amount to a in Hihi Tion of articles on which i they Tver Laid. I have thought it Best fur All interests that there should be no should have preferred that the co Promise in All its parts including the Home valuation could have been adhered it a difficult thing As the Reader must see to reel off line for or. Clay in this tremendous Rush of his to find a shelter in the Harbor of Southern anti Tariff ism. But his present flexible and accommodating is opinion in perfect coincidence with that of tie whole whig party of the United Stales including Georgiathis is rather a singular and it is pretty Rvella understood that he whigs o Georgia Are to a Man opposed to a pros of the lion were the Olive Tariff. All the Weij Georgia congressional Del hostile to the e listing Tariff and in favo f the principle of Llie Compromise july of 20 per cent Only and Illier vain attempts to prevail on Munsell to turn out the Oscher s Carriage turned out and unsell kept the Pill. The other Carriage immediately came up having been a within tearing distance of what bad passed and the officer within it put his head out of the win Dow and said to Friend the Road is bad and it is very difficult for me to urn out will you be so Good As to turn out ind let me pass Wii All my heart said Munsell but 1 wont be darned out of the path by Inan the last officer was general Washington. The Winter of the foregoing article having heard the Story at the time of transaction inquired of Munsell soon alter the War As to the truth of it. He said was exactly. Word was entirely relied Cour ant. I increased Lustre to it. Thus you will insure for yourself a source of pure enjoyment which will yield Ile fruits at All limes and draw around you friends who will contribute to your welfare a in Comfort. They May shield Yoi from the scrutiny of Public opinion no still harping on Llie Georgia Electo Ial Clay intimates to his Georgia friends that 1 he should have. That the Compromise in All to parts could have As or Clay ibus disposes himself it be As Well to enquire whole whig party of the to jailed Stales submits placidly to the same disposition o an avowal of Friendship for 20 per cent Tariff what do the Penu Sylvania whigs say to they coincide with the whigs of they in favor of the principles of the Compromise probably the most curious portion of this Meriwether letter is the introduction of the names of or Van Buren col. Johnson and or. Wright to charge them Wilh being the advocates and supporters the High protective Tariff of 1s28 while As for himself As be tells his Georgia friends he the american has from that period directed his exertions in Congress to the reduction and modification of Are Small and Large by comparison All a linings being Ihus both Large and Small the Point of a Cambric Needle Large loathe thousands which May gambol Over its rough surface while our Earth is Small compared with the planet Jupi Ter and our system Sun planets satellites and comets wily insignificant Ai a portion of Tho vast universe As All we see my be a nothing 10 the vast perhaps the infinite in seen. To the philosopher nothing is Small nothing mean Noth mpg unimportant. He knows no such thing As a trifle for he sees in finite Wisdom and Power shown As truly in painting the gorgeous Wing of the Butterfly As in the arrangement of the magnificent scape to which it forms a Gaudy in human affairs we often characterize As Tri Fles things of a really High importance. For example what can be More trifling than a a yet that Litile article employs thousands in its manufacture goes Hun dred Prncess Ess in with the uie Tallis ores which composed up to its final Sale and use and h is every Day a com fort millions of the human Irace a How of ten has a Little pin same How often has the want of one Bee Felt As More than the value of a thousand i . Not censure Mei for spending their time or their tale Rita on what your High flown ego iils choose to Call trifles. Even suppose that Tea writer reforms a Point i of etiquette or. Souie vagary of fashion corrects the pub Lic Lasic in things of every is of More real he great poem or makes a Fin political 7. Sun
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