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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 7, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaGre due cute Totire 2liiriuilturc 2vmuscmcnt. County wednesday morning february 7, 1849. Desolate paths and soothed a cheerful heart thou a murmur sustained blessed by this 1 j. P. No. To poetry. To ins Home w god s sunlight b prayer upon i tils heart. Turning i into Street i. The for the a to A. Riffle. Him t he door of wretched dwelling Whid ered follow now and behold a 1 be seen n floor whose 1 of and p Mir or such As May be Haupri oiled m my a budding i n uns world if Wiira s scene Feu i Werc Pic 1 ties thai id rain Bun i 03 Rich As so frail hit. Pluner Mill Only which to Eft look with unconcern but on Wullich gel the Angels gaze with Joy a when genial umps in kindness blow. 1 a Brave hear i a a Iho High in air meteors go ire the fire sat a sad woman Upo mild inc Mil 5 Ruck lie the great lovelies a Iligin inc inc Mellum e visible had Sharpen car inert lobe a cons an and want done Muc 1 nit 1 my j Hirni j Beauty her High and Queen i i i n i i and l a the Blue veins clearly visible a Fri in i Lili u me in r 11 1 coursed with i at it or a her Large is were dim we j i Ruel i in pm Ecsi new started afresh the h o a Brighi of her and now Asah Rii r Nur a Llic lowliest upon Hie embers in All the 1 of i on green1 and 3 iry of despair it might seem that it it no fragrance o or the forever and god forsaken i c cd a Hal m Blou said the a he entered i j Ilic p Wir can 1 be with ram i come at last and hurry. N n ask ifs i l there is Mcart a Slinns or son i my son replied the i i lint i May v cd Rev no morsel of in the an 1 11 in can l we starve we mus i v is help her tears Brok Pennsylvania at two dollars a year. Whole no. 548. Is i i till i or i i. Ill v i. In a i in i by Marvel Al Lair c i i r j n j no Ceso i in Llu 1 n move iring he n m the Lill e Pricil streets on l i in i o in c Van i boating h menu i of v lit Cal girl him for Iii us rage Allda out amid to Slor i Anil i d hungry to ins h i in n jail cd Ulm Spe in the i i via pile and 1 in i Soini thing a i r a i Len Ilc ins i lures and be o Atu look vol no us i orc rrrc1t a diction Soi a it r or u Linnija Rren f us f tint i irk Shadow i Shalov out of j is t Ici but Little Hope i n j a City and or Elhedi Hilo in his Cradle h Iii been nothing but r re of that life was w Rill i 1 Idle red rigs yet w in i1 i1 a close observer flu in his Clear a Litton unveiled. By d tug lass behold. Poor thing is a person i Nev of such oppression l on the one hand and such patient suffering of i dare a ing for she Oke wretch i suppose but what could have induced a girl to tie herself to such a Well i Don t appear ant could have Manrri i had known fiem r any a weary month. Sircely food suf Ticie no to support life that and her boy had it and prayed Rug glad and suffered id now that the cold i in i j p melded will Mother and we Winter was com Irig on Jno wonder that her heart shuddered and her c Leek grew Pale at the Hope los i Prospect Aji cad. How could Loisy pass the Dre and the and he when Tiroui Llu Low Runi in Lumc n 1 c i upon led to Larrit and he i 1ml be looked by Days and Long lights the storm and terrible cold without food and raiment ter1 and then where could they go o heartless landlord should thrust them in present wretched dwelling As he had of to do on the Morrow i verily fhe and the despair were great and fearful even it tint Iles Olate hour an Eye Oun fro n heaven upon Liat Fri endless there by me Hoarth the Coul i Sec been Inre 1 Linn n be l pinching do ing e ii incl c for Imp upon Inch there jul u 1 Tlell mild loll at Ion m gods has i d is Lei is and left and in i life up to were s the Pale All tins Nail it have t it 1 cheerful no Ucli As i o 11 tins of Cire and to r i in was upon 1 s 11 i c i i no of ins lilt i i ,1 Ai Biji c., i1 o i Oom upon in v i l Irful dimmed i Illi n Mil t i i in l ii Iii not twin in limn t i q i r la f i i. I i i i cd us r i j n Iron 1 inn 1 i a in re uis h it c j n cd prot the i and heir Jlon us i sue in n no u led and Cro Tel it that forsaken Boj walked along of b i time Pic Rev in in Iii Lac Beau til in flow h in with their in h its Bur i a vision Vul and it1 Nore away from that c a j fore to uld Norgo you w a turned Hearth the fire sin should never 1 1 the i Mlo that dream Ofa i i i of i cheerful Home fur uric a p Raswant face i r lie could Sec o i i. In t i i cd fit the quiet even n j i Isreil 1 Bio with Lac la i _ to upon her brow 10 i it n i. L i. The window am 0 r Ifni Elvis to sleep there passing i nor 1 n. H cd id very g i lulls and Bright f Beau Wiful that Humble cot i1 i 1 c re l i u by the clustering Iliad and heaved will know n before such a j Asho so Icken poor can never i is in Stoid Angel comes Down leaven and beckons them Awa of woe and want in which inc free air and Tho b Essed Sun Simc c la h ering and no dream has 9 in had set Flower cottage disappeared Nal Bea Iii us vision so Clu , no Irace remained no r rec or Bird no letter of h no lovelight of his Mother s came around him and he inf Ticie amid Iho storm m the silent streets no at great and painful cily. Pc gathering garments More closely about h a he Hur i l yet so 1 of o Dir out now upon us he was tier Days pit Liwa to should ulcers an hovered an earthly in in the Guia of that cheerful child. Is Iraq Mac is lilo Jigli i hair Jarnis Aro Ucli Ilay As Fitl Nong ill Hiriart and Bright pinions led pm by the Lov. Highl on hair brow Siul he we will not no Foi Salten us there arc better come in to liar i Siva it in a dream i belie d your Owji far self and you in mss i away in that ome oh1 moih4i, Clicc up cheer the Lullo boy 1 up Ulie wretch of Llis no from a pm a near and helpless dependent Mlo is thong Alful Wilker henceforth his in Couch thit night 101 b threat in Down up in his he was lad transformed him suffering child into a Strong hearted which seems to b1 of the Man they do feel for her. Though she r saw yet hers seems a Case on the other that one cannot you la see her in the morn steals out then when the is in nan1" Enow the old Story i suppose is for no girl in her senses j a Man with his habits i she beforehand. Thero is some times a kind of of Klimt Ion about women i allow nil them to the real character re in love with but in tins Case i Don t think have Novi n How he conduct j Himsl paused in Limp patience with inn this Little dial neat Bright Clet houses which Willen a walking of the great Melr the one the Mistr Tage Villa and of re Moron who had town Friend am lion of both was the following or Bhe certainly would have of the wretch no gue took place in one of those a widowed Gauzy curtained my so Many pretty districts distance of the mighty heart polls and Between two ladies 5 of the Eaid Nice looking col c other her guest a country arrived on a visit to her character of William perv from mama ploy n Llis Lor of the quakers had a powerful and zealous Veteran Diplo Hialit to and courtiers his Resolution began to 4grva Way titles and phrases against which he had often borne Hia testimony w. A ecu Ijuin advocate at court though As a class they dropped from he tie f of the comm Iscra the occupant of a larger and handsomer Villa e exactly opposite but apparently he abode of great wretchedness morning mrs. Braybrooke and her guest mrs c Layton Weie at the window of the parlor which commanded a full View of the dwelling of the to Lippy mrs Williams when the door quietly opened and was As quietly closed again by the lad there she is Brooke on y 1 of How carefully and noiselessly Bic the Wajs afraid t i make even in it who is now i a of last night s i i ipalion mrs Clayton a truly womanly with her eyes Ai quiet looking by whole figure in Bonnet to the tip with All the genial a Varouh of Feirt looked Over Anil followed far As the Street allowed this ten spirited wife investing the m the neatly hummed Straw path was one of dirty non r so Bright Coull be it eve i his inter the carte life Coul had for i thin on la it n air in Vav life in airily in the but not plodded no allurement Lurn him from it in glittered Lorei or a guiding Star and so absorbing Gaz i from which neither nor the i eat a nor the vanities of b Abr an instant in Bat one object Ere for its Al the Sun Risi t of Hun rpt i l Lac cily Uilah i diverted. Existence aunt Himi tier it among e face of is she hour t red rays while the the lilt a or plea before the and ins struggle that they i had Sui it was years taken p High he flowed Nous Tho Over to Iwers and of silage t a strange lure such now save n the 7 from Lac hey Eufford vestige of s Mother s Eye. Tho found him us taste Iloh k s wat clip pc him i thar son of Shadow turning million thai Ana the Humble unto in Hope o did Hie Ady rapidly fill i pleasure and Hud been Pic and l in Brejc no i and his utmost in aim but. N greater splendor morning following ing Tho Spires and Rajs. The streets with the Gay Crow re pm As though pm by the general la or Lav it wis Iho news Iny Rel cd cd lad had e lorm the night be d a bed ave Rebo gazed him As he m so Cro he d is through mid not Amonjr Early a Rcpt upon ins avocation ice All Radiant Willi the great Hope that in at his he let. Joy veiled Imp forsaken treasure d paid the Cion left landlord his rent and still Iver Paulh to Purchase food merry Nev venal for them cime Amli want great changes had u grown to manhood Talboy hat were con feared on him wealth nto ins cuff cars a Nis Praise was upon suppose to pay a or perhaps Loca herself. Poor cried mrs. Bray Gate after her. She so Msal the slightest noise the May a Street May Wake Iho fellow e say bleeping off the effects mixed Little with the Ivor i and shunned poli tics As a Pursuit dangerous to their spiritual interests one of them widely distinguished from the rest by station and Fortune lived in the highest circles and had constant Access to the Royal ear. This was the celebrated William penh. Hia father had held great naval com mands had been a commissioner of the Admi Ralty had sat in parliament had received the Honor of Knighthood and had been encouraged to expect a peerage. Tho son had been Liber ally educated and had been designed for the profession of arms but had while still Young injured his prospects and disgusted ins friends by joining what was then considered a gang of crazy heretics he had been sent sometimes to the Tower and sometimes to new Gale he had tried at the old bully for preaching in Defiance of the Law after a Lime i however he had been reconciled to his family l and had succeeded in obtaining such powerful Protection that while All the jails of England were filled with his Brethren he was permitted during Many years to profess ins opinions with out molestation. Towards the close of the late i reign he had obtained m satisfaction of an old debt due to him from the Crown the Grant of an immense Region la North America in this tract then peopled Only by Indian Hunters he invited his persecuted friends to Settle his i Colony was still in its infancy Vohen James i mounted the throne Between James and Penn there had Long been a the Quaker now be came a courtier and almost a favorite he was every Day summoned from the gallery into the closet and sometimes had Long audiences while Peers were kept waiting in the Ante Chambers is and Bis pen. It would be Well if he had been guilty of no thing worse than such compliance with Tho fashions of the world unhappily it cannot be concealed that he bore a chief part in some transactions condemned not merely by the rigid code of the society to which he belonged but by the general sense of All honest men. He afterwards solemnly protested that Hia hands were pure from illicit gain and that he had never received any gratuity from those whom he hid obliged though he might easily while his influence Al court lasted have made a Hun dred Anil it Venly thousand pounds to this assertion full credit is due but bribes May be offered to vanity As Well is to cupidity and it is impossible to deny that Penn was cajoled into bearing a Pirt in some unjustifiable transactions of which i Luers enjoyed the profits. Wit ii1110hi of the Bright Lillic boots with with a most Inte ise and mysterious then filing her a interested Mize on the opposite House a pc Rollef live How to f pass the Day 1 hand for wern am sure could 1 it docs seem mrs. Braybrook appear to do by can see Serai Fuhl she said and How do Ihen Ropoc under such circa instances is a thing i cannot com Marc to act in Suty a Way i l endure it a week scarcely answered but i la Tell you How they e gels up and has her breakfast without any Ami to pry we through their from front to Bicic about t us Timo she often Cornea out i i sitar two in the neighbourhood on her tradespeople and Yon will see her by a id by return looking up As she the bed room window and if the Blind be drawn dare say to her he comes Down give his Brea break first at Twel up she rushes in thinking i Elf 1 How nut to lip will if i i i Tlucka. Alia Huima Ina Inu a i.n-viuv., my dear Mary you have made me quite melancholy lot us out. You know i have much to see and so Many Peop a to Call upon and Here we Are losing the Best part of the Day in something not much removed from the ladies of course set out saw All the loves of bonnets in Regent Street All the sacrifices 1 that were being voluntarily offered up in Oxford Street bought a great Many things for less than half the original laughed and chatted away a pleasant exciting Day for the country lady who happily for herself for got in the Bustle the drooping crestfallen Bird Vjio was fretting itself away m its. Pretty Cage in Road the next Day a lady a Friend of mrs. Clay ton who had been out when she left her card the Day before called and after chatting for some turning to mrs. Bray broke and complimenting her on the situation of her House i she said you Are a near neighbor of t dear Friend of mine mrs. Williams 1 mrs. Williams " exclaimed both her hear ers Pale with excitement and curiosity mrs Williams of How very singular that you should know Ner poor miserable creature1 of do Tell us what can you mean 1 you mistake my mrs Williams is the happiest Little woman m London of it cannot be the said mrs Bray Brooke i mean our opposite neighbor in Haw Thorn Villa i thought it could t Hawthorn very House you surely cannot have seen her or her husband of the dreadful or Vlcher gambling Fel Low interrupted mrs Braybrooke 1 would t Krow such a "he1" in her turn interrupted her inc Nib mrs Eccleshall. He a Gambler i he is the most exemplary Young Man in pal Tern of every Domestic virtue kind gentle amiable and passionately fond of his Young Wile my dear mrs Eccleshall How can you say All this of a Man conduct is the common talk of Tho neighbourhood a Man lost to every sense of shame i should suppose who comes Home to his desolate wife at All hours whose Only ostensible Means of living1 is gambling or something equally disreputable who you have been most grievously again interposed mrs Eccleshall. Who can have so grossly slandered my excellent Friend Williams he cannot help ins late hours poor Foll pvt that May safely be called his Milfor Tunt but net his fault and the Good lady f i i Al u t pea. It me w uni v ilium a ten warmed is she a Ponce till she had to untie her j a req res some for is lion of he d swam the River i h ins head Bonnet and fan her glowing face with her hand Rel her a than a person under water of i s feet it would have of rival nations and hostile sects have agreed m felled an amaze Improti cent in personal Canon izing him England is proud of name appearance there Amis no doubt about it he a Grutt Commonwealth beyond the Atlantic Las enl which a Man can help any Day he j with a Rcv Crance similar to that Hoojen stronger s rigs out my Beauty but he cannot help it poor soul he would i Lac for and the How to kept your fireworks dry he How spend his evenings at Home with the respect fable society the Thunder did or get Over of Vahi Chhe was a member honors him As an j Oil says i mighty a j you see apostle by pious men of other persuasions he strange i m powerful on a Lerouge and to i is generally regarded As a Bright pattern of waited till i saw a big log Trifun near u e Shore Christian virtue meanwhile admirers Ofa very j when i fastened it Sot my Critter a straddle on different sort have bounded praises the it got into the Saddle and pay plod Over with French philosophers of the eighteenth Century the Sidd e Aryl Ato ered with Ilia mares i pardoned what they regarded As his superstitious Ronalde ration of he contempt for the author of tour on the and of Cosmo Poulan Benevolence yer the indians regard Bee As the Harbinger impartially extended to All races and to Al i m go v Apt save i but Arler you to the White Man As the Buffalo is of the red Man name he thus acc Omen Lirou Ghoul sucked m All that and got ver breath a Inlet s i t1ijc the. Major Bunkum in the n y spirit of the times tells a pretty Good yarn of a fellow a tried to Bluff off an outrageous Minchau Ben the Chap however ind Cut b b orc Teeth and was pumpkins himself As will be seen from the mrra live there was a Chap that i tried to run a saw on awhile ago in Texa i won t forget in a hurry. I was trave Lin from tha Brazos to the Trinity and when i got to the at Scase to crossing found the san Jac to a readmit was comm hark irom the tombs free soil movements was again on and takes a Lublin in All along the bunks i see Char was no kind o help for it. It was noised about that he had More real Power and so took my feet out of the s i Rups to lire to help and Hurt than Many Nobles Nho filled my Saddle bag Overmy shoulder and in me and High offices he was soon surrounded by Flat the Mare went carers and suppliants his House at Kensington we were Nan awful Light place for a time Vas so Melon is thronged it his hour of rising but 1 need Safe. I d jest got my Critter by More than two Hundred suitors he paid tied out a id in fire shared to dry myself when i dear however for this seeming Prosperity see a Chap come Nodi i up the Hill on a chunk of Hven his own sect looked coldly on him and i a Pnno and a c i a Lonni Chap to be sure his requited ins services with obloquy he was i title red eve was Bluck m ins head like a. Pigs his urn Kors Vas powerful and no wonder Al there Ludu l been sir enuf in his fat chops to loudly accused of being a papist nay a Jesuit some affirmed that he had been educated at St Erncr a and others that he had been ordained at a Lime these calumnies indeed could find credit Only Wilh the Undis Cernig multitude but Juh these calumnies were m angled accusations much better founded. To speak the whole truth concerning Reijm to have raised the crop there was plenty Oul Auie a real top Drossin As Ihei Call it at the North a Litile red nose was risk out of pm 1 to a bit of the Sun in a fog or a red Bird in Huckle i Berry Pilch he Beten ged Tole no comb Ocie i _ member of the Anil razor Socia his misfortune " murmured mrs Bray Brooke How can that be called a mis Foune Loo Hains dear wife but you know ins business begins when other people s is then what in leaven s name to ins hut ness1" 1 Why did t you know1 he s the editor. Ofa chm no newspaper Jour to Iier did t Iho by Ned says he did fast sometimes a has ins i two and i have own to it when she was having seen him sitting her and when Deles he have his dinner 1" of his dinner i dare say that is a differ ent sort of a think from hers poor woman1 he dines i suppose. T a club or with his Boon com Tanious or Anyu and when do rally at All h Gale Wilh his be morning1. Iii Dee he has seen him Nguc f Lac Ami att Majestic stands c auspicious Amon and elegance. S but one oomph Nely widow Vvhs zing its flickering t tar and wide Verv hour upon the Hudson ins mansion thousand others for aged Mother we saw some years into the1 fire and Jet. His influence the poor and the d of every class a id kind come around i their bless of s k god thank god every buffering Nan Jjo thus comes up from the deep of despair frito to Lac blessed gives his word of cheer to the grouping beneath Usu k Gad thank re throughout in Home imy be found men and women ice but Lillic of love or Joy and yet who pass along amid its that scattered hero world in Many an Candle in her to bed m solitary Ere m fact but at Home is he come Home then gone we hear him open the Little at three four and five in the i our Milkman told Susan that caking in Pale Haggard and worn out Wilh his horrid vigils at the hour decent people Are seated at i wonder if she wants up for him of no for m e Sec Tho Light of her solitary m always As we Are going to the Indian Ami the Buffalo retire the wild Bee is said to be Seldom met with at any great Dis i Tance from the Frontier when the Honey Bop first crossed the Mississippi the indians Willi Surprise found the hollow Trees of their forests suddenly ice Ming with Honey and nothing can exceed the greedy relish with which they ban quoted for the first time on this in bought luxury of the wilderness. At present Telic Honey Bee swarms in myriads in the Noble Groves and for ests that skirt and intersect the Prairies Tendal Oiw the alluvial Bottoms of the River and philanthropy nor is than ing a reputation allow elder unmerited Penn Mas without doubt a Man of Emi nent Virtues he had a Strong sense of religious ii Seltin his eyes on me i be been r d in ill Day Vav Ith a cons arned Ager on a Vul dry and Arenfred to drink Al the Pera a via scr holes of when i got to the River i of water anal came Over dry shod ears i you re jest one Huckle Berry above my Persimmon Light and Tiko some red eve i thought yer looked Green but y be sure my heart bleeds for thing1 i Don t know indeed that i was Ever s interested about any stranger As i am about ii i Young Crealure dear dear it to terrible sighed the sympathizing mrs. Clayton. But does any one visit them1 they friends do you think1" ii Don t think heartless fellow people he can have Many friends the but there Are a great Many Yulish people carnage e is said the Shaka May be perfectly cured without pain by the French specific we wonder if the Pacific is hard to take if not wac will try paper if it cure it will Boa Ider indeed loverly gentlemen it la a Aore subject Ledger. And one req.innrg40lude to courier. The if is carrying the matter quite As far As will Bear w8 for us neighbor it has Thloon out of a cloudless 7 before 1 More gentlemen and 4ever hold your sues duty and a fervent desire to promote the Happi went in for a big drink swallowed half a n of Ness of Mankind. On one or two Points of High importance he had notions More Correct than were in his Day common even among men of enlarged mind and As the proprietor and legis Lator Ofa province which being almost us Nab i was barkm1 up the Vav run tree item when it came into his Possession afforded i a c ear Field for moral experiments he had the i rare Good Fortune of being Able to carry his reduced to such a slate by dropsy that a Consul theories into practice without any Compromise an my who had never drank water enough to warrant the disease was and vet without any Shock to existing i sum tons he will always be mentioned Wii Honor As a founder of a Colony who did not in his i dealings with a Savage people abuse the Siren eth i derived from civilization and a a Law giver who in an ago of persecution made religious Liberty. But his writings and his life abundant proofs that he was not a Man of sense he had no skill la Reading the furnish Strong Harac and there is he tie wretch often with his half slept look smiling and handing the ladies out As if he were the most exemplary husband m the has she children i Hope she has. A they would console her in his Long no even thit Comfort is denied her she has no one to cheer her., her own thoughts Musl be her companions at such limes. B it per hip it 13 a Blessing Lor what King of a father could auth a Man Mak of i should like to know her and yet i d cad any acquaintance with her husband a Braybrooke of know would t kn6vv such a i a judge once said to a curl of Law keep silence there it is very strange one can not hav e silence1 Here we have been deciding god knows How Many cases and have not heard one word of no doubt of fair Damsel commen Ces an advertisement in a morning paper a Young indy wishes an engagement we should like to know the disengaged Young lady who Dooe not wish an engagement1 do you Call Jin imprestum1" asked a Young lady of a said he kissing her. I i ters of others. Has Confidence in Perse is less virtuous than himself led him into Grea and misfortunes. His enthusiasm for one great principle sometimes impelled him to violate other great principles which he ought to have held sacred nor was integrity altogether proof against the temptations to which it was. Exposed m that splendid and polite but deeply corrupted society with which he now Miglec the whole court was m a ferment with mtr Torion of physicians was held upon h coie they agreed that tapping was necessary and the poor Parent was invited to submit to the operation High he be Mcd inclined to do in Solo of entreaties of his Sci a boy seven years old l of father father do not let them tap you the Urchin m an agony of do anything by do not let them tap Jou Saij the affected Parent it Killio me Good and i shall live Long id health to make you Hippo no father Cju will not. There never wbb anything lapped in our House that lasted longer thai a week mrs Pamn ton says that her minister t the Par cd y of the probable Sou gallantry and intrigues of ambition the in honors places aed Pardon was Mere bed. It was natural that a Man who was daily seen at the Palace and who was known to have free Access to majesty should be frequently import tuned to use Hia influence for purposes which a rigid Moraty would condemn. Gainet eked by by the c j i Xigues of e traffic irishman was Lolu lha.1 a Freind of his liar put ins Money in the stocks 1 Eai Durrf i never had a fathering in the Stocka but i have had my legs there often enough the integrity of Penn had stood firm obloquy Aud persecution but now Atta Royal smiles by Familo Blandishments insinuating eloquence and delicate Flat of i Pant for Pant for re Eaid a ragged ran a of Genius to has of 05" Friend. Weil if pair of pants you d bet Ter put them was the cock and relentless

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