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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 7, 1839, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaUs other by to a work editors Mist Lin the great re cities. It iary to Henise t of the Dpi they it time and to write with r of the e addressed of. Godetz Chesnut St f of Pennsylvania a fiery a conflict r but another proof Ity of to Heilprin Ign their Triumph length of time for their and Ever try fouled will e new s of democracy g the Only Bifid in sent hold them her forc Deniem Edom ii Uncas enable have gun Tenor and a a to i the of arid m u re to re Pronta ites Lions will the unheard of Blic which the e of the Amend institution which it legislative in the changes thus Neal Law together Littion of the Senate i in Romny of his its ail Render t the legislature important Ever held to Amise their pro Fly interesting to nniur1 to. Stone intend to the pro on and ovum it to Pii l in Pott it r Potts is in sure Well la thus enabling i poits of Allim lore Edings As their paper pub of and being printed ulary gives in its third More read by other political this we have been the very great in e received from a reran Ful for these fill hereafter spare to Render their and valuable to the Ible to the great and of democracy and Ixo so Yearl Ossion of the legis Ivecek for the main 00 on of the 00 on o the go 00 Kiev sex packet and to one n Viriee of five As above is above for the sent As above for Sisters and oter de Are request i to re re s to us. Brett 4 Pasike. Oct. 2.5, 1838 Licini Hitmi in ithe 1 county Ehe y .1 x in Raim so jonas1 of in lie Hel w. Mes re. Knox Assoc v. M. An Tec. A Tais Lisp Aprl i to i i it 11. E.16le. By j d on a in native Pride. A. I k u i Ali hug. The Retina of the Eye not the seen or when absent Are sometimes displayed before him with the same Fidelity of carries abroad with him the his mistress without the assistance of the Limner and leaves at Home could it belonged to the place or he surely unpopular a task As that of Kic napping his own relations and hews landed at the Point of Carlough to prevent the necessity of going through the streets which might have been dangerous in the excited state of the people s minds and stretching the Hill he steered steadily on n the i which shed. And a new t de in their place 5 or else Uncle Wil Liam must be deceased and halve left his father Money Eif Pugh to build Tiew House. He walked up to th4 door where he stood trembling for some minutes without courage to put his hand to the at last went round to the window and with a desperate looked in. How his heart bound eld his father Vas there still a Stout healthy Man of Middle life his hair hardly beginning to be grizzled by the meddling Finger of the old Painter time and his Mother As handsome As Ever and her face relieved by the i smile either of habitual happiness or of some momentary cause of Joyful excitation from the Madonna cast which had distinguished it in less prosperous Days and his sister with Only was now beginning 10 seem strange Ami embarrassing. And How have you been i a in the usual Brm of for weirdly inquires and How have you got of in the world since we parted i have been Well replied John and i have got on As As Moit. 1 Man could desire yet you cannot be o i must have something to 11 am almost afraid Iwuh. Out it in god s name and led us go Home said John i have to say but it will not Lake Long to hear then we shall both go Home. I was apprenticed to the four years ago 1 i Krow replied William you wrote to me about it yourself. John i i a Tram the attempt at Poison. The following account of a most atrocious Jumpt to Poison the or Leta Force at Bric tile is irom the last Kingston Herad. If the loyalists have such fiend to Tiara against too much Cau Tion not be used at All Points. By a porn the from Brock Villey team that a most diabolical at temp. Wis made last week to Poison the m it i Lotze on duly at that town. Last thursday morning government Baker at Brockville Dis Coperet that his Puncheon of water w Lich he was going to knead his doing presented a singular appearance As if in state of fermentation. Struck who his he sent for medical Gremle nun on mining tie Witer fou Iid hat it had poisoned so Tilv that Crery Roan who might in Fri 01 Trie Nisi t died off. Body stated that so far As he no Man Hail conc duo the it is thus that when the lamp has been extinguished we still see the y i Bow he held of skins by ins feet his Hung q or he brow 1 to has god at peace is now. October 1833. F. From the to few York Mirror. Washing oin s tov1b. Bombs. Sigourney. Totne of the i Guty dead sacred to every tree i Lut Waves above thy heal or Sheds us of join o i t ii w Ilo ii i hot Iourtc h is no Junit Verne u or d by Aid Fot Sitt r.-, j Tea West i i. H l aur sons of i u v Voli in lie Tropic or in ill Lull of rest As Brothers Miet a loved Hearth Stone i in communion Sweet s at your w a3hintos e of Helena s Ruck i hath an enduring name in Eliot me Battle sculptured d and Dame Bui when inc Noti eral her Kimiae Tea Heth her cradled son of try Jindall not he Lisp of Stuie ash1hoton should Baleful discord steal our Patriot strength away or fierce invasion s reckless Zeal Restos old Bunker s Day or mad disunion smite the True that grew nettle glory s Sun what shall the watch wort b a if Tel whether of persons or of things and our Way to the door amidst Pic Tures of substantial realities and no less substantial pictures of spectral illusions. The mind therefore has an Art of sorcery which can bring before our Eves the apparitions of the absent and the dead or in other words renew faded co 01 s of the portrait and drop Virnin before our scene which is lost in distance or darkness. These in pavilions do not however come of themselves they Are brought up by certain circumstances or associations whether noticed by the individual or not Lind like living beings their appearance and actions Are modified by those circumstances which have thus 4 disquieted them to bring them be it observed the other sen ses exactly the same situation and vested with the same Powers As the sight and that for this reason Thiap Yearance of the Distant or the dead the sound of their voices and the touch of their hands May act together As a warn ing or a reproach or Art encourage ment according As circumstances com Mand. These observations will derive illustration at least if no entire confirmation from the following narrative is deemed to be authentic in the Hood in which the scene is i nil an 1 the application of which the Riidu i ins i l Ulit ill no doubt be Able Loni Ike Lor Misell about the Middle of the last tender commanded by Lieuten ant Watts came swooping up one eve Ning to the Small town of Auchinbreck in Scotland and resolving pounce without warning uponj1 As so6n As she had anchored in the roads tent ashore the press gang to pick up As Many of the Stout boat builder lads As they could catch. The towns peo ple however were not so unprepared As the Captain of the tender imagined some of those indeed who were fit for sea pm up into the by far the greater number collected about the Cor of a building shed As you go on to the renin Street and when the signal of hostility was Given by the capture of a Man by the press gang they rushed Down upon them in a body every one with his axe on his shoulder like a troop of indians with their tomahawks. It had now become so dark that the sailors had much to do to keep their footing upon the Loose stones of the which was just at this time Ren dered a still More troublesome passage by the scattered materials of a pier Ihen beginning to be built and be their number was so Small com tired to that of the iffy a few strokes of the Cutlass and a m my oaths As would have got a line of Battle into action and out again they were fan to Retreat to their boat Pur sued by the boat builders Young and old like furies. A midshipman sit Ting in the Stern whose name was Vii Liam Morrison a Fine lad of fifteen observed the Fate of the action with feelings in which local and professional spirit struggled for the Mastery. One moment he would rub his hands with glee and the j his Dagger in anger As he saw the axe of a fellow towns Man descend on the half guarded head of a brother Sailor but when the combatants came within oar s length of the boat and Retreat began to re semble a flight the Esprit de corps got the upper hand in the Auchinbreck Ian Point but Only one mile from the town. The Moon had now risen but was Only visible in Short glimpses through the Jere hurrying across the e strange shadows of and yews that skirted the appearing and disappear ing As he passed probably by recalling the associations of his earlier years made William almost trem ble. His own Shadow however was to look at. The one must have brought the tic Ings of John that do you mean his arrival the family Circle were at indenture was canc this moment waiting to receive my states was arrested by the author he could see his old letters lying on the table before them and recognised the identical rec splash he had drop Ped As if accidentally on the Corner of dispatch he had written after his first action although he had taken the trouble to go to the cock pit to procure. For he this valor Home a new idea parsed arrows in turned his ,.c would not have noticed elsewhere was Here brilliantly contrasted in his of i i recollection with the More clownish and common garb of his he already reckoned himself a Nan and the Dagger projecting smartly from his belted Side gave in quite melodramatic to his air. He Drew out the tiny Blade from its my it sparkle in the Moonlight seemed in be reflected in his eyes As he gazed ten it from Hilt to the expression of those eyes were1 changed As they discovered that its polish in place was dimmed by blood. This could easily be accounted for by the affray on the at any other time and place it would have been thought nothing at this my ment and on this spot he was As much startled by the his conscience had accused him of a deliberate Mur Der. The impressions his mind had received while passing the Church Yard now returned upon him with added gloom a kind of misgiving came Over him and a thousand thoughts Hail Ted him like spirits and hang Irig As it were on his heart dragged it Down farther and farther at every step. He bitterly regretted that he had not remained in the boat As he had at first resolved a Neutral Spectator of the strife. How did he know that Lis hand had not been raised against l is own brother As far As he could see or learn indeed no fatal Accident had occurred but there had been instances of people walking cheerily off the Field of Battle and dying of their wounds after All. And yet it was1 not Likely was hardly John could have been in the Inden turns protecting him from the these cogitations were speedily Fol Lowed by others of As gloomy a Char acer Lor the Breed faster than we can perceive them and each Multi lie after it was a year since he had heard from his five he had seen who could Tell what changes had taken place in that time who could the l whether poor John had even lived to be killed by the press gang his father his Mother and his sifter they dead were they living were they sick or in health his sister had been always a delicate of those gentle and fragile Flowers of mortality that Are sure not to live till sum Mer perhaps with the deceitful Beauty of his had Al ready led his fair partner Down the Short dance of life. A tormenting himself with such spec arrived at his father s House. 1 Here he was surprised bewildered Al most shocked to new and handsome Larm House in place of the Arther on now Ever. He did get Equine ancient habitation of his family in its original site but it seemed from the distance where i to be falling into ruins. His so dead Triban h6w cried William with a gasp and beginning to tremble All out knowing Why. I was wounded on the said John rising and walking Back wards towards the window while the into a dense Cloud had scarcely sufficient p3wer to exhibit the outlines of his figure it was by the Point of a continued he. I 1 voice so finding Distant and indistinct. Lion pious 01 the Patri he Sal j that he had been a but was convinced of the evil of inert proceedings and would by informing of their plans and joining in the of this country. He then joined the Queen s Borders. He was therefore arrested on suspicion of having poisoned the water and committed to jail to wait further examination. He Niheu it was Proi Imti r taught nay More than probable the h s father w Ien enable he to him to build a new House for himself had Stiv Uii he old one u his eldest and John doubtless established therevas the master of he family ind perhaps at this moment was waiting anxiously fora message to require his presence on the Joyful occasion of his Brothers 11 Cau late very curiously time for for his brother was Only his senior by two years he Felt i that he was himself s Nan Long ago i and thought t lat John by this time must be almost an old x f while these reflections passing through his mind he observed a Hughi i i the window of the old House but a could not Well Tell whether if was merely the reflection of a Moonbeam on the Glass or a Candle in the integer. He walked Forward out of curiosity but the scene As he approaches the was so gloomy and the air so chill that he wished to turn Back however he walked on till he reached the door and there sure enough i brother was Vya iting on the threshold to t t shool ".inn-. Valence for William s Hen it s lot ill to speak land he John 11 Bovim and in ill cared Foi William was alone in the apartment and in Felt the hair rising upon his head and cold drops of sweat trickling Down his brow. His ghastly and bewildered look was hardly noticed by his parents and sister during the first moments of salutation and when it was the excuse was illness and fatigue. He could Neit Ler eat nor drink it seemed As it he had lost altogether the faculty swallowing but sat silent and stupefied turning his head Ever and anon to the door till it struck one o clock. About this time a knocking was heard and the it was Corne Home and ran to open the Oor. But it was not John it was the min ister of the Parish and he had scarcely time to Brake the blow to the parents wit i the shield of religion when the dead body of their eldest son brought into the House i a utilized Fol lowing account is Ghen of the late i fatal r Kiel at v Vicksburg a Duel was fought on the 30th de i Cem says the Memphis enquirer of Postie Vicki Burg by a or. M Clung a or. Meni fee merchant of and brother of the member of Congress of that name from Kentucky. The Duel had been agreed upon for some months tie parties taking time to Settle up t Leir affairs in the Wor d and prepare they fought with rifles at forty paces on the first fire or. It Vas. He Stumb de heaps o r Kibbish in the dark passage and As it gop de along the hand Down patches of old i me and waca tit in spiders webs is Irons As if the spinner had meant to go a Wien they got into m. In Lor he saw that the building wa3 undred a ruin there was not a who e pane of Glass in the window nor a Plank of w6od in the Damp floor Anc the fire place without fire or grate to hold it looked like the Entrance to a burying vault. John however walked quietly in and sat Down on a Heap of rubbish by the Ingle Side and William follow ing his example sat Down Over against him. His heart now began to quake and he was afraid without knowing what he had to fear. He ran Over in his mind the transactions of the eve walk his reflections his the whole As if in one rapid and yet detailed glance of the soul Yand then turned his eyes upon his brother both in fear and what fearful secret could John have to communicate in a place like could he no have spoken As Well in the open air where it was so much warmer Anc in the blessed ight of the Moon no one was dead or Likely to die that he cared for his Dearest and almost Only friends were Al this of ment talking and laughing round their social table and near a Bright expecting his arrival and John and he at length by a Effort the undefined us definable feelings that upon Hjmar he broke the which j word of Jid be to husbands. Love so that you May be feared Rule so Jahaf you May be Honor de be not too lest 3011 teach her to do a cite you nor too suspicious lest on teach her to abuse j of if you see a fault let your love hide it if the continue Iii it let your Wisdom reprove it reprove her not openly lest he Gifu bold rebuke her not hauntingly lest she grow spiteful proclaim not her Beauty lest she grow proud boast not of Wisdom lest you be thought foolish let her not see your imperfections she disdain you profane not her with Loose communications Lei t. You de file the Sanctuary of her modesty. An understanding husband makes a Dis wife and she a Happy husband. Men say thai wealth is and somewhat Talent is pow and some that knowledge is pow but there is an spot Hegel that i would place High above them All when i would assert t truth is wealth cannot cannot cannot authority cannot silence her they All like Felix tremble at her presence cast her into the seven fold heated fur Nace of the tyrant s her the most tremendous Billows of Papular mounts aloft in thle Ark upon the Summit of the de luge she is the ministering spirit who Sheds on Man that Bright and Indis Cri Bable principle of life which is Given by us mighty author to illuminate and Insp he the immortal soul and which like himself the same yesterday to Day and forever when the Mould has been Long heaped on All the Pride of wealth and Talent knowledge and Earth and heaven it self shall Hape passed away truth Snail arise like the Angel on Manoah s sacrifice upon the flame of nature s fun Ueni Lefe Tell the Ball Irani his antagonist s Rifle having bit the lock of his own and glancing from thence to his forehead just above the Eye wound round Between the skin and the ski 1 to the Back part of the head from i whence it was extracted by the surgeon. When m Clung saw Menifee Laff he u to have his Rifle but being Tola that his antagonist was not dead he exclaimed that he was glad of it for it worm enable him to have an other shot. Menifee s second promptly assured him he should be gratified either by his principal or himself. Or. Johnson somewhere Sej a Happy Illish ration of which icon Only recollect the out inc let a Man sit at the foot of a Mountain to contemplate its i eat Ness and he ill be read to Saj. The attempt is futile i can never go Over yet on the second thought he precedes that the Woik is to be achieved not at one mighty leap but by Succes Sive Steps and by the dimple process of one foot ice lore there same great philosopher has snid j. The chief Art of learning As Locke has observed is to attempt but a Little it a time. The widest excursions of the mind Are made by Short flights fre que Jelly repeated the most lofty fab Ric s of science Are formed by the accumulation of single made the moments make the year. The Rock is worn away not by sudden Force but per pct tial ----j3ged woman recently died in Italy aged 142 years. She had f had grit husbands the last of v. To m survived her. The widower is in Lis 62d year. He married her w Len he want 20, and the Bride had just completed her Century it is said lie looked More to her Fortune and to the probability of her decease than to htl1 personal charms. She punished his mercenary spirit by living 40 years 7 a match for Van up Krietor of a menagerie now Yeshib at Hamburg advertises 4n ele t whom he has taught to dance the tight rope Narf play the jews he has a whole heir heaven and her bosom of the Loly and Ernal god. Tha allow the guests to handle them much As they like. ,1 is papyri
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