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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 20, 1838, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaAnd Ost celebrated r our the work. Per annul the Obe received i sent. Tuffo copier r the 9 Ario us Lem by first a work w the editors Mist cd has passed Mast ill in the great Large cities. It auxiliary to House out of the Post stage on them is is time pawns to write Frith f the rub the d it inne of of Atten fat to restore cantly blowing with a in nostril closing r nostril. Press Illy with both i Andev again and thus Imi thing. Keep up the the rub it when life teas Loon full of we in Brandy and Ter. Persevere for quickly for medical Tampa tic a eague. Humorous tale. _ two English their tra frail Asp and published weekly it vejs arriving at Paris put up at a House t d an to t. Where a German count died and Laid a Corpse. In the Middle of the night it. P. Mag ill. Office on main to. Lit door above the court House. A j. We Are out of that wearisome the Silver Buchele were the first w01.ds i uttered silent Monitor had scarcely fallen from my is children often hear of the Egnacy of Rule in life we afe Hajost when we Are in trouble we to god in if Feasie one of them not being Able to sleep arose in order to amuse himself in the Kitchen where he heard some people Itu Tioga. Eagle is published every talking he had diverted himself there l some time when being Wil year if paid in Advance or it i no to return from whence he came Tiu the expiration of the year. A he again went up stairs but instead of subscription receded for t Shorter his own chamber went into than six months nor will any paper be Discon that of the deceased whose Uniec until All arrearage Are paid but at the face they had Only thrown a of the publisher., j therein Tali semels making not mope than a Square in Fae of their dead As in inserted three times for Dollar and eng jmj and Jermany for they Are there satisfied with shewing their affect tint exceeding sex Knes wifi be Tion to the living. The englishman charged without thinking of my dear is strange i should so soon have ceased o remember her parting request. Perhaps i was not altogether convinced of the necessity of praying More thin twice Day or perhaps i was disappointed in not feeling so Happy As i expected from Thi s exercise because my heart was not engaged in the work. True it was tha when i had repeated these Pray ers they were merely formal and in meaning without feeling without sincerity. Time passed on and the summer was nearly Over when of a delightful afternoon i was returning to company with my school Fel after a ramble of two hours which we had been permitted to take a Reward for Good behaviour. The Road through which we were passing was extremely Dusty and to avoid this inconvenience As Well a to get Home the sooner As it was Geung late one of he boys proposed taking i Short Cut Large Field of High grass which was nearly adjoining our teacher s House. Now this was forbidden ground As this master had strictly enjoined us some time before never logo through tha. Field for which he had Sowri Rea sons. We stopped for a few moments to whether we Hac be Ier obey or disobey but the though we should probably be punished hav Over staid the time a dotted for our a k decided us to choose the Shorter Way. Through the Forb Den Field we went. We walked Doag in silence through the thick High grass each one Cor scions that he was no act no exactly and the difficulty we iad in get Ting along made it appear As if this Way was quite As Long As the other. We Allfeld relieved when we reached the end of the Field Aid i m right derail things aright it was almost with a Light step that i hastened homeward. I still continued my search and1 in a few moments almost wild with i snatched my Lone Soufeh buckle As it Lay shining at my i Knelt again to pour out my thanks for this striking instance of the Good Ness of god and i then Felt that if it was Happy to Pray in trouble it was most Happy to give thanks for de Over Ance from that trouble. From that hour i resolved to begin a new course of life and that when was of Appy when i was in trouble i Wuu look up to god in prayer. I i ran swiftly Home and although it was almost dark when i reached it yet owing to some unusual engagement of our teacher the Bell Hac not yet rung. My absence had not therefore been perceived and my disobedience i it not have been discovered. But i Feu that concealment was Only increasing my guilt and pressing heavily upon my conscience. So As soon As my Eacher had taken his seat i walked up to him and related my Story caving of Only the names of my companions w Lich i begged he would not make me i close. I had scarcely finished speaking How Ever before they Buti stood x. My Side each declaring that he hat persuaded me to go through the of Bidden Field and entreating the master to for give me and punish them. J our. Teacher who the c Ergy Man of the Village was by and much interested in All that he had heard. He spoke to us i seriously and impressively and hoped the Esson i had Learned might in profitable my companions adding my Young friends with this of repentance on your past and in my pres ent state Fly feeling regarding the occurrences of he afternoon i could not consistently punish and u Hope that Henry s experience May induce Many of this Little flock to adopt this1 motto Lance another Brave Soldier Gambula who had erected the fortress it Guinea and received a wound in the Jot which made him lame for life be ing one Day at court unable to push Hirough the crowd was ridiculed by of the worthless audience. Joam a perceived the towards Tjie Veteran whom he seated by his Side to whom he observed let them mile they shall soon have reason to your honorable wound to a ird officer who on arriving at court id not obtain a hotel he be rot uneasy that every lodging is occur if de my Palace shall suffice you. He l and borrowed Money of a Rich merchant Tavira to at the expiration stipulated period he returned it if Ith Legal interest. The instance of disinterested 1 less in such a to receive More than the principal Joam double interest with the order to continue doubling it As often As the merchant should persist in the refusal. In one of his Public edicts with the of recruiting his cavalry he or dered All his subjects to be in readiness i of furnish excellent War horses. The i pleaded their immunities and some of them went so far As to say 1 lat they were not his but lose of the Pope. To punish them in deserved Joam loudly tics As c than theory and Are celebrated by themselves and their friends As tract Ca men Are always More Trust worthy than those whom they deride As Jie Oris the former have usually own often narrow the latter sometimes have a thousand Clear gent and enlarged observation. A pro Perly constructed theory is the Metho sized Liei digested result of what has been see l and done by hundreds of a men that a Arst love is necessarily purer or stronger than a second or third or that other people have not As Many or As great causes of unhappiness As t that any Simpleton will do for a legislator. I tha a Man whom his neighbors would not Trust with a Hundred dollars of their own is fit to be trusted with the most important Public Inte rest tha education consists Only in be ing set t to school or in learn ing. J political consistency is shown by adhering constantly to the same men through All he changes of con Bojec by ordinance 1 forbade All Smiths and farriers to shoe their mules and horses a mean Jure which soon compelled them to Cyc. History Ted Portugal. V i i it is a most Noble and commendable j design of defended of parents by their Industry to become Aien of virtue and excelling parts Bichi Ender them Seq dial in the opinion of the i to those of honorable descent. Atoll with an other m other Mes. Senger. A country pedagogue once having the m Fortune to have his school House Burnt was obliged to remove to a new one where he reprimanded one of the boys who misspent a number of words by telling him he did not spell As we 1 As when i Wasin theold school House. Well Thom How or said tie Urchin with a scowl i can t it Hackley git the hang of this Ere new psf apr
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