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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 16, 1854, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaId tooled country Jet aral pros Erttis tote greatest Reward 16, 1854. The Joh Dalf by but. J. P. With a Steep two of the environs of Jerk Raj a there is not on Sarth any scenery thit Soch varied and deep emotions in to e Christian heart As the scenery of the to relation to the Moat eared Mountain Soili the successive grandeur Beauty and oppress a gloom of us Banks the sacred memories old in the remotest Antiquity f the r i collection of heroic deeds done upon Lutor Dei a Jurd its connection Willi the of the May Well invest it with wondrous interest to to intelligent Christian and with Overma Sterin Saper Lilion in rhe heart of him who is of an i no Ronland . From its source lie termination it is written All Over with deep _ which 1 e the foundation of society and Illus rats tie wonderful Providence of god towards my a glance at the map will thai in it original formation of the Earth a vast Mountain Range stretched from tha let Noos on the Norl h to the Indian Ocean on the South. Those Sut terrine an res which up heaved or subsequent.1 y left in Lengthwise beginning aft the foot mini her non at tha North and exle Ndu Milf ind to the Straits of Babel Mendel. This deep Cleft which the arabs to this Day Ca the Thor or Chapm Lay feet. Was thirty Joel High Tod rising and retiring away Iff the Roo Antaeus which Bonier the Valley of the Jordan on either bide. On both aides Banks and Wavy Hills were covered Wilk eras end a profusion Tif wild Flowers among which were the Lily Anemone Oleander and Marigold water Clear and from eight to ten feet deep. Scarcely had their wonder and Delight been eat bed in gazing pm this Sweet scene when hey heard the Roar of a Cataract and in a few nip utes they saw with astonishment and Dis May the and leaping headlong the narrow Rocky Channel. During i heir seven Days voyage on the Jordan they encountered More than a score of these dangerous cataracts and that the Reader May have an idea of them i give the lieutenant s description o the descent of one. The current at brat about 2j knots but in creasing is we descended until at 8 20 we came where the River for More than three Hundred the Jordan the Dea sea the Wady Araban and the Eastern Arm c be red sea whole length i Lama and each Side throughout it bordered by precipitous Moun High Wall bed of till Over on 3 Ding. On either bind Hying Bare the step River. Try of the to ton until the whole boat bad patted 7 and stood in silent wonder on vey spot where the arabs Are sea atan the Ark came do from Between the it is the upper regions of the Jordan Azov Inda Roundine Lake Gennesare thl and of it dead sea that have sue Interne Miet esl to the Christian the soon Waters of mount Hermon percolating to rough the Rock formal on on the Southern slopes col led into pour a Litile lakes from which Nyu lets Fly southward and concentrate in a sea Lake Ca led Hulen some Teven Mies North c g h the enter this Little Lake b Yosl Reaidi running Jeanj parallel through morass the Eastern me g j bes from the Recck Cav in of 13anias this is the Jordan Crystal Wales f from five still dignify the of a Heathen deity can to Whon inc Fountan has consecrated and whose me Mori ild May still be traced on the in Pend from the a ttys Lake of Hulen. Which is the Merom of Ibe Tolible the Jordan runs South Ward about seven Miles and then expands into the Lalie Gynne Siretha which is Bont twelve Miles Long by six or seven Farad. Its Clear Waters he deeply sunken amid the but round my Hills every one of Bica is hallowed by the presence or gaze of out Saviour 1 it is More slowly Over the Placid surface o Ilic sea of Galilee the chief scene of the Mira Clos and ministry of Jesus. Far to Ibe Nort we see the snowy Summit of he Hermon lean ing High no against Ibe azure sky close hand a Little to the West of North Ibe Whit ind acred City of Safe Imp ends Over the to this City our Savior for pointed when he said be Are As a City set upon a Hill that cannot b the Cone like Summa of mount Taber lord was transfigured before hid is seen to the Boot tuned. Peering above the subordinate Bills and looking Down upon Gilboa and tha Fountain of Jezreel to the West looking immediately Down into the Lake we tee toll Birdd was one foaming rapid Ibe fishing weirs and t he turns of another ancient Bridge obstructing the passage. There were cultivated Fields on h Jib sides. Took everything out of the boats sent the men overboard to swim alongside and guide them and shot them successively Down the first rapid. The water was Fri Tunaley very deep to the first fall where u precipitated it self Over a ledge of tie River becoming More shallow we opened a Cha Anel by removing Large stones and As the current was now excessively rapid we pulled Well out into the of let go a Grannel and eased each to it Down in succession j below us were yet five successive Falls about eighteen feel m All wit i rapids perfect breakdown m the bled of the River to was very evident. That the boats could not descend them i by Clearing out aside canal which had bean Cut to conduct the wafer to a mined Mill the boats were brought below the worst part of lha rapids and by making a breach in the canal so As to let the water flow into the River they were Aga i launched on the current. In shia Way these successive cataracts others they defended fastening ropes to Bushes on the Banks and thus easing the Boals in their de scent. The lieutenant describes the Jordan As a very tortuous River measuring at leapt two Hundred a Niles by its Channel from tha sea of Galilee to the dead sea White it is Only about sixty Miles in a straight line it flows in a deep Channel in some places forty Yards and in Atli two Hundred wide ii has Many Little isl ands some of them thickly covered with shrubs Reeds Cone and wild Flowers others Only Sand bars the Banks generally Steep composed of Loam Clay they Rise from twelve to thirty and then the country sex lends Back from the River to the mountains of either Side which Are sometimes close at hand som times several Miles Distant. The country Between these Mountain ranges 13 naturally Fertile and was populous and Paw erfo.1, nol Only under the romans but also under the Mahometano. Between the mountains and the narrow lower Bottoms which immedi lately Border the River the Valley is undulating with Hills of alluvial formation and in Many places luxuriantly covered with grass and wild Flowers. The narrow rower Bottoms dipping to the water Are covered with thickets m which the Willow the acacia and some other frees mingle rising above the almost impenetrable Jungle of undergrowth composed of grasses. Sowers vines and Cane these thickets abound with of varied and Beautiful with wild beasts among which Are the Tiger and tha boar. The lion also May yet lie Down As m Walla of Uler the floods returned. Their the air was r it with a shout of Triumph which startled the City of Jericho at hand and died away Amu the Hills of Palestine. More Uhan a thousand years rolled away when an this same spot appeared an austere Man of ctr Landing form and powerful voice whose he had been spent in the terrible Wilder Ness which Borders the Plain of Jericho to the West and lifting his hand on High he cried to Bis guilty Lcou Wilry men repent be for the kingdom Ott heaven is at hand he to a baptized in the Jor Dan As a Symbol of lha cleansing Power of this kingdom the Pung no Rpp roofs and lha Earnest Faith of the Baptist drow the whole country to the River the streets of Jerusalem became silent because in penitence and Hope the inhabitants had gone Down to be baptized. Suddenly the Baptist paused in his holy work and agita Ted and silent stood looking intently on a Meek but heaven Al form that was approaching for baptism. John recoiled from the Joly and mysterious Pera i and forbade him saying t have Nied to be baptized of time and Corn eat thou to and Jesus ing this i Well pleased nearly to since this or so citations a world. By l a vast crowd Europe Asia said suffer it to be so for thus it be Corr us to fulfil All righteousness the vast no mysterious Bias the sacred River a mild crowned his was suddenly the great event by a voice fro n heaven say ult tude breathed not As these two Ings descended into the person of Jesuis ascended from the humiliation in the form of s Dove leased head and the multitude awakened to a comprehension of my beloved son in whom t am hear be him thousand years have rolled away at event and yet us powerful a Felt throughout the Christian in fifteenth of april of each year of men women and children from Africa and America Ara Assem bled in Jerus Ilam. As the morning dawns on mount Olive the Mahometano governor of the City with an imposing military brigade n deploying through the Damascus Gate Dilulo Tiro a pilgrims some on foot same on horseback Peonio on donkeys Alra assembling Ouide of Sisle pen s the aged and sick the woman and Chil Dren in Laskau or in Large panniers Slung Over the backs of Damels. Gay lha turks winds Roulind the Western and Southern slope of Olivet Hij Christian Host in the most picturesque conf be ams new be mists habits and ways of think ing and acting in becomes an inheritor of j new world old ire pawed away and ill m new. How Plain is u then to see thai supposing Man to Stop at the beginning of ibis new him to cease growing m this new life before he has come to full age and must be a Wrt of monstrous or imperfect production and by no Means a Complete and perfect Coridian Oor blessed lord Speaks of a person who be gun to build a Tower but was not Able to finish it and says of such an one Inot All who go by this Man begun to build but was not Able to in this character our lord alludes to the Folly and danger of resting in first attainments m re Ligion and godliness that is of fancying that our work is done when perhaps we have just begun it when we have possibly experienced in ourselves some slight motions howards a divine Lifa some Flint Raya of heavenly Light be ginning to Dawn Pou us Stone comp unction of heart for living so Lorig separate from god in sin and vanity. Those things indeed Are the beginnings of holiness and heaven in the soul. The Are if i May so express it the foundations of the Tower or holy Temple within us for our and to dwell in. J3ut How Plain is it to see that if we rest satisfied with these beginnings with this laying Only the foundation of god s House to do impose upon ourselves. We read in holy scripture of some of the children of Israel who m their journey from Egypt towards the land of Canaan began to re pent of their purpose and to wish themselves Back again amongst the flesh pots of Egypt they had set Forward indeed in the goad Way Day they had made Large advances therein but for want of a sincere Resolution to press fur Ward to the. End of their journey they grew it hearted and wished to turn Back Noiin now what is Here recorded it Ibe children t Israel will be found True of Alphose Thna Ane who in their journey from spiritual Egypt heavenly Canaan Are contented merely to be set Oul without a sincere Resolution also. 0 press Forward to Tho end of their journey Ley May perhaps leave the land of Egypt that they May turn their backs upon some few is and they May possibly travel also some a into the Wildern acs thai is buy May experience some Small trials and Emp Tationa of the Christian life but if their purpose a not steadfast to proceed further if Tey do nol look for a full Reward end labor Lonter into entire Possession of the heavenly Ca Aan which is the True love righteousness and Jet of god perfected in the regenerate soul hey will then do As the faint hearted children f Israel formerly did will repent Hal Ley Ever set Oul they we Wieb themselves ack in their old land of carnal delights nay 1 is More than probable Olliev will return to thai and and what is still worse they will find Lerer seven other spirits More wicked than my which had been cast of according to our Bird s parable concerning the unclean and thus Ribeir will be wore than their rat. Tie Paey Sion Folio win at eventide about a mile t am the Jordan. The Gay tent of the govern r is the Centre of the thousand their train for Protection they Are on the Plains of Jericho the mount of beatitudes where Jesus taught in a Sermon the essence of Bia my religion As we sail slowly around the shores of the Lake we see the ruins of Bethsaida Capernaum and Hora pm crumbling in the deep shadows of the overhanging mountains amid whose desolate Gorges and Cliffs we seem still to hear the Terri ble Worda of Jesus to unto thee Chora Iid to unto thee Bethsaida for if the highly works which Bate been done in you had been done in Tyre and Sidoo they would have remained unto this Day verily i say unto you it shall be More tolerable for Sodom and Gator rib in the a of judgment than for _ inv we must not linger upon this Beautiful Theslof water amid these absorbing associations. We Muat Drift southward to the outlet of the Jordan and follow its course led i be Lieve by the Only sure guide Christen Dom i mean lieutenant the u. 6l, nary who commanded Ibe expedition to explore Jordan and the dead under the la Shonty of the late National administration ind at Jbf i pan of the United states the therefore authentic narrative of thin very interesting and important expedition bail published ii is a Book of intense inter Tod invaluable contribution to Elblica and the cause of science. It is fraught with uniting passages of personal Dan Gen my prowess of unique manners and ens. And with some striking and wonderbra discoveries connected with the. Of christianity. Ancient Days by the margin of the consecrated Jordan. On the 13th of april the. Party emerged into the p am of Jericho with Trie mountains of Moab on their left the terrible wilderness of Judea on their right and the dead sea before them. Let us take our stand Onibe Western Bank of the River where these Are seen sitting and evidently riled with wonder and reverence and Well they May be for in the Distant Range of the mountains of Moab seen beyond the River the boats of Israel appeared More than three thousand yearn ago under tha conduct of Moses and Joshua. Upon one of those Petcen Tible summits stood Moses and gazed upon the promised land while la Lor d said unto him is the which i sware unto Abra Ham unto Isaac and unto Jacob saying i will give u unit thy seed f have caused thae in fee eyes but thou shall not go Over 10th of april Lyoth by we m two boats belonging 14 to Suipi had been left at acre end one smal fail beat purchased at Tiberias used Iron set of Wahlee into the Jordan. At Fin Tab i mile wide with it undo latin country on the West an i Eastern Bank broken up into gullies and a Lural Bilts. In in hour it nitrous to seven groups which sem bled a the night a the weary and to Bathe 10 under the open heavens ire As their Little fires these die out Ivancev but sleep comes not to excited multitude for they Are Tow in the Jordan where the lord of life and glory was baptized. At three o clock a m 1 to scamp is in motion sob the columns Advance with eagerness and in disorder la the a rain of the River. The. Lusty swim Mer leaps into Llhee sacred timid female seizes the Branch of a Willow tree ant lets herself Dot jeep be Brawny son an he feels that he his life arc Ati Lomp amhed. Suddenly a faint n three times beneath the a old Man s step is steadied by his As he comes up Fruim the Stream is Content for the purposes of shriek Beard and then of to she finds River x scarcely two multitude Are Sandy Plain b Low acacia from the Banks an hour wonderful to the dark Era and a Whlter first of horror runs through the multitude the rapid cum it has carried away the Pilgrim an enviable burial in the holy hours have elapsed and the vast Etc acing their Steps across the nag on High branches of Wil which they have plucked ripped into the sacred wait and the rear portions Olig have disappeared High up i stains of lha wilderness t Moses cast Bis eyes Down the in Sherri Vily of , and saw his Sopie on camped m the Plains of by the Side of the River. He Saed tar a moment sad yet full of Bope and resignation and then died in peace Over against the promised land. For him during thirty Days the sighing of the old at evening and the wot of Yonng in the morning were Beard along thai Banks of the River whither the Arab is seen pot Otini the Lime of Possession bad come. God had conducted the people to the Gate of i Herr future Home. But it was Harvest the logs of the Jordan at Mir beige. As the Day dawned tha whole earn was in motion the tents wer Vetusi Esch. To Tow of metalled under its Banner. While at tbsp Congress his father was thought very Rich and Willis and Harris were both sent to College or Hir is lost his and died poor and Willis left College to go to sea to Lake care of Hanse if and help Harvey Lla Riey has never been bark Here till last month he hits preached in Iowa from the time he finished his studies and where is that Noble Illie father 1 a that is the bad part of my Story he was very successful at first but just before Harvey was to graduate he was wrecked on h b voyage Home and instead of a brother s Greel ing after receiving his d Ploumi a stranger said in his hearing that the Falcon Ami All on Board had gone Down m a Hurricane father had invited the two Brothers to make us a Vail in the autumn for i had always been very intimate with them Bolh and on hearing Ted news i hurried to meet Hartey to offer him at least a temporary Home he was very ill Ai the time and upon his recovery he was unwilling to to valve old associations very Happy was i in in form him that our Church unanimously chose him a its a Slot and More Happy that he came but brother what ban put it into your head that or Llama has any thought of taking a wife said Hepsey her voice trembling sigh by and her usual colourless Cheek becoming a Shade paler his own words. He wished to know if Nerc unmarried and Why and if i thought you never consent to change your Nam Ai in condition and Hia face was lighted of win in a Fey the bar. Str. Harris Nonnce to Lepsey Barton and Wila Job we has band vile Sod they were to the astonished Willis and Hepsey loved each other almost from can Luond the locket and ring were Given to her by him when he tailed for what Alt supposed was to nun a fatal voyage both look Al up m Muir ride a something too far Bidden u the future for him 10 Mike an offer so called. He was the Only survivor of Ibe wreck sad was coat ashore on the inhospitable coast of a j inca and was carried into among lha i Savage tribes of e Hion after various Furlane he fell among Iho arabs and reached constantinople 1 to years spent in irad Here made him wealthy although he received no answer to numerous letters he sent Home he preferred to believe they Hud been miscarried Rainier than that Hij bad Cei cd to love him he reached new York Iri safety and there Learned thai Hia brother hid Jiki returned to bus boy head d hone Fie Rule o in Irviv request ing him to ascertain the her Hepsey e l 1 memb2rcd him wining an answer at a Lio Iua some three hours ride from Lenox. The real is known if air one ska the uld maid m de a Hupps can on y answer Tom. Although ten my s hire passed her ring k s curl As As Ever Anil be has not a. A talc Yel met it v we have had an Opportunity of becoming a qua in with the life no Ventres and tons of one of the of Bose Petty pirates along chore Cal cd wharf the narration of which in ii Trade one Phaffle of life to Philadelphia an i also show theme Dis posed Lodi Goud May find a Reid for their oper at o a one sunny a no Mailer m what an elderly Pelleman. Whose kindly indicated a heart that refused to grow old with tenement was walking Delaware Avenue slopping occasion by the Busy scene suddenly his Al shipping and bronc re piers by the movement s of a about ten years of age with Bat the former covered Wilh the to gaze at the upon the Well mention waa a Xiy apparently e head and feet wildest of red hair and the Lauer Wuh the fill West of he had a Sui cd in dirt most person passed on of Raiq looking a in be had Wal n handsome animated expression that i Coujil not Bear to repent to him your die tank lion to remain single so i told him i talk with you if he wanted to know he said he would Call to Morrow evening and see you or Barton at the Tea table do for once oblige me. By trying whether your air will not curl a it to when Jun were up behind i he sneaking took hold of an f our Helen s age Vou have not worn curls me your seventeenth was the Day too when we heard of s hams death and Harvey s extreme sick miss Hepsey Barton was an old maid so Aid All Tho Young men m i Crox. And All tha Iris the old saying what everybody is must be of course verified shia first Sheri Ion. Notwithstanding tins dreadful Focati Bliss Hepsey waa a Universal favorite Wanh Oung people of both and. Although the most Inqui five Damsel in Lenox Kate Grey could never find the most Remote tradition of Ler Ever having any love affair sell there was no one m the place that seemed to a Reater interest in the courtship and flirtations f the Young people about her than Hepsey she was thirty four years she frankly owned and so read the Lawn clerk s record Hill her Mirror reflected or wrinkle on Ler fair or Silver thread in her Brown Lair she was not Beautiful the Hod a High Breh pad but her hair grew Over if her eyes were Grey her9 nose Large and shaped a Little Ike a potato her Moullin was Large and showed a att of White but irregular Teeth. Her complexion was a sort of Neutral and her abundant and Glaedey of a Fine Irown color always dressed with Ibe simplicity of a Quak Eress no wonder Lepsey was As we have Eaid a favorite among the villagers the children liked her because she mingled with them m heir childish sports and taught them new modes of amusement and she never met them with out a kind word or a sunny smile. And then among the Young men and Maidens How could she fail to be beloved who was so Weso and Pru Dent and confident inf a counsellor1 who though never volunteering was Ever ready of impart he beet advice on All knotty pain Lathal puzzled the Young people of Lenox from the arrange ment of a Bonnet ribbon to Ibe Weighter matters appertaining to picnics and donation parties her parents being dead Ghe kept douse for Ber widower with a pretty daughter about fifteen who was acknowledged is the prospective Bella of Lenox and who joined heartily with the younger people of the Village in Loving tint Hepsey who although quiet and unobtrusive would perform More real Active Good in one week than an Ordinary woman could in six 1 paid Jeremiah Barton one evening to Nis sister i believe you never had an offer in you brother t never was the candid reply. 1 Well aunt Hepsey that is queer said Helen playing with a pet Spaniel of the floor while aunt Ile Paey was knitting Ber stockings for her. I m sore 1 do not know a married woman in Lenox that i like ban As Well is there is mrs Baa lost All Ber Teeth and wears take hair and mrs. Stereos scolds All the Lime and her face is ill Over scowls and wrinkles and mrs. Graves who cares for nothing but balls and parties and f judge not that be be1 not in the Sweet voice of aunt Hepsey fihe had a Street exceeding Sweet and to the Blind most seemed most Beautiful. Well aunt Heaney i will not say what faults f see in lira married women Aboul us but this i Stu Ebay Inland. I think father Wil say it is nol a theft sle who can nuke k pleasant As and if a real women Watts any higher Praise ban for one have no words in in Job to express replied no j ubi ii Ould be rebellious against Curling now and an old maid to cover herself with ring Els would be Toab Jwj too much As if you Toff Inch the my Eter after All would no it Aily v lavished Lelen though i should love to eoe it curled Acebo aunty you Are going to marry the min Ster after All a exclaimed Helen running by Ousby into her aunt s room Ibe Nert morn my going to take a Rule Wanh him lanky at any ate now let me dress your Bair today i must aunly or i shall do some mischief aunt Jepsey fallen in love Joy Joy 1 but Helen i have no idea of marrying liar a harris1 indeed aunt but i know better Diu it he Lay till Velve o clock1 and did it i know anal a priggish cast o countenance. Would have uttered a paid Anil this gentleman did not. Dewalch de that ragged boy ran oui lot Frest. Presently re a Ling Orrin the in Peron if the cargo on the wharf Lurn away acids Bel my a in ahead and after a Meria d stole Anay holding Simelia ripped m s piece of uniting. The elderly gent Man imme Dontely what had Bei n transacted in hut momentary Dic appearance via King noiselessly wrap bios 1 out pro to i Rodn t do called oat the link whiff no he of matting full. It in Pine a Lylial the gelenian Uilk eid with a Rane and tip boy evidently took him Lor a so lilo pro Rico off car 1 ii j h Sarif the Jen Ileman f am no offi cer Here a a sixpence for Yon if Yon will come into Ilus Llev Anil let me Talb to Joa Avoli be i he b. Y Luki in into he old Man s pleasant countenance with a rinse Ibon took the shining Siren up and him into a narrow fading up to Waier Street Muir Reg As he one of them Green Church prop e about the Middle of the Alley., the stopped 1 19 your name my son r is Uinn Ltd. Mat replied Thyl boy. Mat what Why my All 1 by t is Joa Tatlier a name 1 Hunly i Man have you a Milhert i Liaina got none now i link 1 bad one o them when i a a baby Mother no that the minister s last words Musi be some Mifty As the grog shop mul be Iho dreadful Good put my head close to the o nil o us now open window Sill and hear him Eay there ii How Nanny pro Ziats and e ters have you1 la some Surprise when you Are known As mrs dad sol a o to Lien if mean Ibarria plan that Blush of aunt How j bops and Gale i ii Essonie Olem must be my ind truly born anew. A 14 you Are right Helen but i think we Are be enters upon a Nee nol a Odin Onea no a Jive thought so. Thuja pretty you curl fad so Nice on your Heoc and your eyes to Bright i wonder for i my part Bow you could keep your hair Slraight to Loboff All i have to do is to wet it and twine h Over my Finger so and it Carls sweetly and of. Aunty if you have not a ring on linger i you never wore one before it a a Beauty but shockingly old fashioned so the Chatterbox Helen rallied on As she dressed her aunt s hair and helped her prepare for a ride with or Harris 1 that s a Good sensible girl said Binon As his Sialei came Inlo the Liula parlor equipped for a ride and 1 Neier saw you look 10 Hoji Sorne before neither and in the plenitude of his Joy at the idea of becoming brother in Law to his Friend a Lurry Harris be bestowed upon her a mighty of. Aunt just let me prep into Hal locked said Helen i such a Beauty but old fashioned declare or. Harris ought to have his taste modernized a Little i think he was pretty con Dent of his attractions or he would nol have brought too presents to give at Call i declare Here is a Little Short curl of Jet Black hair and a ions Curt of Brown Hal is like you re but or. Harns Ziair is Brown too but a Lille Darker than yours. That can t be his there is a mystery about it somewhere Vee Helen dear there i a mystery a ii it. All Aba ii be solved on our return this eve Ning Helen was in a fever of expectation and de Light As Well As in considerable of a Bustle 10 preparing for the Impromptu parly the Village generally was invited and two or three had arrived when Rev. Or. Harris came id alone. To eager enquiries he could Only answer that aunt Hewy Wool be there soon and that the couple desired to be received by Ber father alone at the private Entrance to the study. They would be there he said at half seven and in fifteen minutes after she night go in with him and the ceremony would be performed in the study and she and Ber father might introduce the new married couple to Trie company. 1 the Lime at Lensh came she heard considerable Bonalle in the Siudy and at the appointed hour Helen took the minister s Arm and went into Ibe study. There stood a dark Noble look ing Man. Whose Short Black curls were slip holy fleeced Wilb Silver and a Sassy Brothers and s t know though during this Colloq mat Tisil Hinia Elf into All ports of portions and he eyed the questioner very How does your father and food and clothes for a Rheee boys and Giru inquired the gentleman him Cummy or i a we find our own fond and clothe and let us a Lone Lor Doin a too i m urn i and we find food and and ram. For Linkey too and were do Vou find these ihings1 Moit Peop e have to for Hern Mot snatched up in old stump of a Teger from the Niu i of the Alley before he p de Ilij we gals in along inc whorl in one place to Meimes 10 Ano her x you heal food and clothes then 1 i did i l say thai but we jets pm How s Tell s and looked remorselessly conning. 1 some people pays we steals but i Don t b Lieve they Ever clutched boy o1 Bunkey s Boya Ai 11 1 Vou been stealing sugar when i spoke to Jou Mai twisted about my waa silent under the charge and those who have goods on lha Harves lose a Vasi amount every week by the in Eris of you and your companions. Yon go Home without anything what does get Man do to you 1 1 we know Lhasa to do that. Bua of some of the gals happens to go Home they Bat Dot nothing Chunkey licks pm like Thunder when he s not drunk Stid when he drunk Mother Mickey gives pm a whacking and sends pm nut to deep on wharf for my pin i d rather sleep in a san tag Akiti than at Mother mickeys for a fellow u a aim eaten no in her old rack where la this Mother micks Fig Why round Here do you to go therel Bot that do they la it me f i you there give me another of them places of Sil ver and i la show you House and then you can come there some other by yourself you know the icon Leman a moment to ref vet. And Ihen gave the boy another i Pence at the same tune cautioning him not to Leal till to him a Tim but id get gone Good find and iry to be a belter the Young thief tbsp took the gentleman to Ibe end Olibe Alley and
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