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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 19, 1852, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaLamilia newspaper news politics jj3vrts astir amusement. I that country is the most prosperous where labor commands the greatest Yvo. 27. Whole no. .705. Toe i he or in off z a fwd. In no open pin from n a tire h Cynil in lie Gomon s a l. Int Iii hic pm ring film sunny sen i i a it i my. Lit wave or Tai h Lii Piil Urcyl in a perils Bright chant Low in Lutcs it Elf of upon tin Immo i pm Rolfi duh i tin wild Placid f Tali Liy mini Len fair in St re r. A up in i ii i in incr Nir. He hit r i c in Lull Uncini in in a Flag friends might have been seen leaving the Camp i afterwards found out who it was that gave ground unobserved and spending the remainder me my Midnight ride in the one wheeled tar of the. Day by the Banks of the Hudson when Ridge and he is now one of my beat friends. We returned the tents Werd All pitched and no one Ever lays up airy hard feelings on account Camp Grady claimed existence. It is impossible for me to give you a n exact account of the primary drills in which an Effort was made to give us some idea of military duties. It cannot be expected that a of i Fellows of All classes from All the the o were marching in squads of five or six i of the for i left him stir Vigour that Drew upon to d variety of Nui Gas he took her to a Palace with a Large Gardin of continuing secret communications with and several very audible whispers to the Eil act. Surround d by High Walls Anil there having i was a Deuce Lucky i considered myself though not in the sense in which became his Wile she passed some months in a happiness which she lacked words to describe. Erswood the words. Miriam was a j to her this was the great feature.1.the chief in person quite a lady among her peo j her Story. She enlarged on the occur without being very Lively entertained pation of every hour on the delicious walks and Tjit of being a wakened in the night by a patrol i peas we walked apart from the company with exquisite meals they enjoyed together on the accused of disturbing the Camp by uproarious i most amiable conversation. The interview last i anguish of his absence that imperceptibly be Youns Fellows of All classes from All purls of i noise and marched to the guard tents to spend de less than half an hour but before it the Union could easily be made to go through the remainder of the quite to a interview seemed so to the motions i Well remember one morning As j 61 y Friend appeared to have forgotten the ripened that i ventured to acknowledge to around lie Plain Roost of us were in a very exuberant mood perhaps laughing at each other s troubles regardless of our own Stop that the Corporal in a very authoritative Lone. I Ain t a Lafin listed Forth n very Meek Young Man. Thinking that of course the command applied to did your drills make you feel military enough to March against the enemy v Nek rounded by his books and apparently As As a Happy a Story of Eastern Loveit is difficult to convey by words an idea of an Oriental Garden. There is always danger of creating a picture too luxuriant and gorgeous of transporting the Reader into the regions of arabian mythology of Awakening impressions to to have the in Terest her appearance hid awakened in me. A deep Cloud of sadness instantly settled on her fact Tifis two or tile e Large tear drops twinkled Arnid Jhc s splendid eyelashes and Eli Esaid to me almost with a Motherly expression Voung it were a piteous Tarn to relate yet if i bad the strength Jailil cod Ujiie i would ild so. Believe Rne the Narra Tive would be neither Amu ing nor instructive. Drew j come Fibre frequent the boundless Delight of his return. Her onily real cause of uneasiness was frequent observation she discovered that always contrived to retire from her at the e map Medan hour of prayer and the dreadful suspicion Gentert l her mind that she herself up to the enemy of Hor race and Faith. When this idea first presented itself it threw her into a perfect hut on contempt display d her into a perfect agony of terror and despair on contemplating the excessive Devotion e contrived with the such sorrows As mine Are too common in the sophistry of woman s love to pers Nado Herse de i. Of transporting the Reader into the regions of j world March again a Windmill i generally Felt arabian mythology of Awakening impressions Mank More like marching to bed. Why Jack 1 i indeed totally different from those have already lived Long enough to know that the j rescuing a soul Troni the. In mls of Sutan. Thus i Ould Havo it i never to be Foro Olen i really does experience when wandering in the brighter Keener Aie on hones the More i the very motives of her shame and Orion furnish o suggest any other moral Thivia this ind we reborn to perhaps you the. Cabinet of Vienna or the croatian invaders had become general. So great was the indifference or duplicity of the austrian officers who then commanded almost All the native corps that an extensive system of espionage was car ried on by numbers of. Officers noblemen and gentlemen who doubting the end fuhed to Gal n the Good opinion and to Merit the thanks of either party. The rules of War of All nations of know bit of one punishment for a Raitar and a j spy. In the present instance the culprit was a Nobleman a member of the emperor s household and the scion of an illustrious and powerful family. Major Gorgey saw nothing but the v spy. The count Zichy was tried by court mar tial condemned executed. The govern ment at confiscated the condemned trait or s possessions and the result proved that major Gorgey s act was As judicious Asil it. Terri Icid the double leaders and drove them to the Imperial standards where they did no that she Mirret atone for the sin she had Corn i harm whatever to of milled in thus quitting her fathers Honse. Byj dunce in Igor Gorgey had a twofold Olarri on a i a Confidence. R privilege to have been allowed to Trade off my places themselves Drill for work in the Corn fit id for the same i Lor poetical encimer length of time. Marchinik at a double Quick i effect song la div lie a nil Ilia tin Orrim h. Set Dales. ,1, Mill Taky Liri l in miniature 11v Vok Stiie. March Iliff at a with a heavy Musket under a broiling Sun is no pleasure. But i must give you an account of my first night on Post after moving Inlo Camp we soon became proficient in the and in i the first part of july were judged sufficiently far advanced to join the other cadets in perform ing guard duly. 1 was one Dythe. Most proficient of the plebes and consequently one of tie first detailed Lor guard. You May rest assured that i i a degree of min glad with i Sion As i. Marched on the Parade ground to a mounting at the guard tents in front ofus was quite a Large assemblage of ladies with quiz Itig Gluss in hand no doubt making observations on our Fine military bearing and appearance after being inspected by the and what wealth of materials j bitter is Najr motion what poverty of Actu Riml to town soon i these Are the first exclamations that afterwards Corii prions had Learned that the lady Hud just de her with my j time passed on Anil her Lover to pro Long his absence for Days together. She ques Rise to an Neq i i Tunce i it i rim Llie to i in m dry Trench part of the it Pinsof old fort Clinton i part Kitchen Garden and in part though As i Lory. I subsequently Learned the truth from the. Lips of Miriam herself. As she had forewarned reign ii in i never saw Hin but taken Back to my father s House. 1 of Bifid the Good old Man waiting for Nio Vith irnp.itrenee.1 on its opposite Bank was a thick Grove of Young have said almost accidentally highly was the old Story of disappointed Hopes caused our separation and Here. I v0 hours a i two differ Tal. The walk s ate straight and bordered with j Over which the world ims wept for thousands of i am with the revenues of a Princess if i choose in in my co a Piny. I i in la int of by 1 1 i of Ive lied Viulle. Pur i walked my to ent Limea during thu Day with As m 5ure As Yon Mav suppose one to e backwards and forwards on the Little Muler a summer Sun. At eleven Ilij knew Oil and pardoned me. A knew poor s. Hungarian Noble in third who Afan Early Par Iod left their splendid Barracks at Vienna with this Hope of License and splendid Fiir tunes ranks it the National army. The services of these Young men highly prize by is. Kossuth and the parliament. Favors and promotions were lavished upon Thern nor were the or olives Ever suspected which induced military adventurers to Dis. I hapsburg colors for the hungarian tritium i did indeed. Offers been Mado and rejected. Dire necessity Incutti Patule pretend much plan i Trees generally Small and irregular in height. And Over which lob it will continue to nov while i Here and there is an Arbour full of cobwebs and j weep. But there was some incidents that gave j i. I 1 r r in i o Click Iti the evening. I was again tar Neil Mil to in on Post. The evening dark Clouds Imi living Token of an approaching storm Ami a Uii had Given Way in a mar.--, Fik Al j cold Naglit. It was As Dirk As the Egypt i Liiv of who ? and j Tian ii script rps. Ami mexican j i i be him t o take it. I had be by one Ini in in tiie Dili Eri i which West d. Be i i i be. To Laue u. I Nan been posted a iut dred fan Hidur when hearing some ii in i to. Ivule u Pili. Tiie if i i ii i d my i o can be proven less a i i. As site fore it we Are conquered. Unit i i can pro Rossor abroad if we conquer and sur i lie Victory 11 no Money one ii i i critics. The ministry Liim certain Ordo is of Hoijer he with d sneer that such new 2aws Werc the. Things for a Republic peo have told to that after the storming of open the Only words on the lips of the people and of the army Gorge Gorgey but with All the demons rations before the quarters he never even showed himself and remain ii coldly indeed expressing himself that this very was the Hun Gen Arthur 60ruey. In a history of the hungarian now in course of publication in Frazer s Magazine we find the following reference to an Olicer Whu most prominent position in. J Garian army and whose conduct exercised a most powerful influence upon his country is tiny Ilc had particularly distinguished himself it tie Battle of Schmecht fought he simply held. Of major. The unsuccessful Lender in Battle gun Cral morn was in the hands of Gorgey. The writer the goes i son to Sav on to say Arthur Gorgey formerly a subaltern in the Only Man in Ilunga by perfectly indifferent under. Kus such to eloquence. Amid the splendid-1 i Mouv Uii i i i t men encased in Zabaras or Black silk and nature seemed to soften and grow j ambit i Oiler profession was open and a Pond the remainder of my 1 ii Neni of Meilih and happen Asp. Tiie r Church Spiri came in View i neared j m -. Is i was about to Neh into Tho from the Chin to the feet. Most of them carried their veils Ira their Hii mls showing that they belonged that class of levantine which is who accused me of deserting my Post and beginning to consider itself civilized and a threatened to have me put in arrest the next i collection More expressive faces i. T. _ f i. I under which were seen what May to called j Beautiful to please their Young senses aprons of Blue rail yellow Creen descending at length a Little Cloud gathered on the to in non. I he father announces that the time of Day it was of no use to explain he said i would have to prove my statements which he Well knew i could not do. However his threat my Thise came a pail a Neil water in the Middle of my bed and Lii prism discs thereunto i was never fulfilled. He soon left and in i cd Lynnr sensitive cars by Givin on h -. In 1 1 m 1 1 c Vul i n u j t r in 1 we Iii escaped Rny lips but in less friends the ringers again returned. Their Feys e to Tell it i was on my i Tom of tactics was now changed each one was administer summary von i armed with n nosed rope evidently with the the invader of my repose but the intention of la suing me. They had time to Lilin. May be ass nil that this cast a on my enthusiasm Anil i inwardly Gran his Penis in running it on incl Tiv ored Iii a Scalp arid the per make but few gyrations before the officer in successful a that for sir John in going his nightly round come upon them they turned and fled in an opposite i 6. Section and As they were going against the of. The link five of a j wind their sheets fluttered in the and -1-1 some third Clussman who wish j can Well imagine that hey presented a Pic lure quo appearance they did not again re turn a Short time the Welcome 3d re Lief came round and i returned to the guard tents to spend my four hours rest in sleep. It hardly seemed As minutes Ere i was awakened at five o clock again to go on Post. The Black Clouds which before had filled the sky now poured Down their torrent. I ensconced myself in a sentry Box and the Monotony of the remainder of the night was Only broken by the occasional sound of a Lent Peg coming against my sentry Box probably thrown by some rest less Cadet who thought i was taking it altogether too easy. Daylight soon came the morn Fig gun was bred reveille was beaten and in a Short Limel. At eight o clock i marched off guard and i inwardly thanked All the stints in the Calendar and some that Are not there that my first tour of guard duty was ended. At the Lime i thought the joke no joke j. More fun for Tho boys than the b it since that Lime it his its heinous in time the heart becomes no Man is ready to exercise on others the prac jokes which have been perpetrated on in Meir. Nodo Ubl Tho individual who disturbed my ind himself received similar treat ment the preceding year. In a few Days the primary examination had passed and it was announced that on the chiming tiny in which we were "10 to Scro to be f n Pnat of Jlko c0rp3 to Tho Encampment ground and in Sotl Lime All was activity hut As it noon be a till Cut that Iho Pluchos were expected to ail Trio tent a pin and do All the other hard Yuan Mmble servant and several of his it is did Idelt to imagine. Of marriage had cd me and Lylial he had sought for and selected a husband. There is a Good Deal to he resigned the scanty pay with the same indifference which a played on other momentous occasions and he i devoted himself to a life of misery and privations. Ill dressed fed and lodged he passed. That surpassed All h5 " the rest in but loveliness of a Peculiar kind. Tjho countenance though apparently belonging to one in was fur from holding out that delightful Promise of a first passion which is so irresistibly attractive to possesses a sensitive mind. Every feature even in its intense repose seemed to Bear the record once been kindled by powerful feel ing the Mouth was As it were languid with too much smiling Tho eyes were faint with too much weeping and the Pale Flag of Mola richly was hoisted in those checks that Ere while had glowed w Ith health and Joy. Other faces Tell of Romance to come this told of Romance that had passed. It was impossible for me to behold it for a moment without desiring to know the details of history of which there was a reminiscence in every look. My companions were not remarkable for perspicacity and vulgarly fell in love at first sight. I could As soon hive thought of falling in love with n Young wife weeping Over the grave of her first born. The deep interest however which .1 Felt arid which was revealed in my manner was mistaken by my friends for a Pas Sion so much stronger than theirs that after the ceremony of introduction was Over they instinct of routine in these love flairs. Miriam had not Jis Evernol years in the laboratories at Vienna and Prague. Even at that bearing tall and Active figure Saturn inc. Aspect the roughness and studied brutality the courage to acknowledge and Tho old Man had not the wit to understand. They Lively allowed me to add re f to the pen Siebe Siuty and by degrees to Roon Polise her s oriely. But the character it thy attentive no Tice was not mistaken by Ita object and i was rewarded by a kindness and Fain Ili Arity of Behn and Eastern ideas aiding the sad i. History of that family menaced to repeat itself. A Power Ful will however intervened to Force the cur rent of events into a new Channel. Two Ling its after Miriam had communicated to her Lover the proposed marriage she was sit Ting in the Kio que looking Forth upon the Broad expanse of Waves that and kindled in the moonbeams. She hat set there the previous night and waited in vain for the coming of what she considered As of Hor existence and hit night the usual Houf and Long since passed when she a afield a Large a clique wifi an awning Large pc bins a or approaching along the Shore. She shrank a Little backwards behind the Shadow of a Myrtle Bush lest her presence might be observed by strangers. But Thep Fique advanced boldly to the usual Landing place a and her Lover leaped lightly ashore and ran to meet her. The first embrace Over he invited her in a wild1, reckless Way on Board his clique and enjoy an hour or two on the water. Not Dis pleased though somewhat puzzled by his Man Ner she went. He took her into the Cabin and there when the Crew of sixteen men had plied Trier oars for some time confessed that he was away from her Home. She exposto laced at first but to soon continued to console her by promises that should know of her safety and that very shortly she should be hold him again. How easy it a Young girl to believe in the words of a Lover of his address hair and Beard and of Tiff cd Bruti s. She remonstrated with him for wearing Sudan i he said j i shall be known through Al my Rajs ii said she jointing to the rent sea the plur Jones peeping through at w Jiveh to Soo Itu d discus Cebird. And 1 have no doubt the lady had life the mat Ter exactly. In was not that he to people s Dpi Nion. Ook this course to show him. Tended to prefer the coarsest food and even of this he. Ate sparingly. He would j wretched attic to sleep on a Stone floor or on i a a few evenings Asp. Upon taking up tha hard and Frozen Earth. Ill All this was much the last threw it Down discipline but also much temper and Neffe caution. J very Salt he delighted in appearing mysterious Uriah. Bless accountable impenetrable. The obtrusive would tempt with Wlinich he affected to regard socia4 the last Man if such a thing was to happen what Oine of the women v exclaimed returned Irish customs and the opinions of men betrayed his in Dirr Fra pins crowd As he exhibited with desire for notoriety. When Jellachich s invasion threatened Hun Gary it. Gorgey offered his services to the butty any Cabinet. They were readily accepted and to was charged with the Organiza Tion and the command of a free corps and in it Pride his tall hat a Bullet Hole in it. Lonk it that Hole will you 1 you see that if it ii Low crowned int i should Havo been killed a person whistles when he has cold fingers and he whistles when he has Burnt his fingers strutted to defend the Banks of the Danube near and. Stringe to say when he loses his Money he the Island of Csepel. While on this station his in troops captured count Zic Liy a wealthy Noble Man and descendant of an old hungarian family. This info was taken under circumstances which a warranted the gravest on searched documents were found upon Hinric left no doubt that he carried Orra tres correspondence Wilh the enemy and was in the habit of informing i lie plans and movements of tie hungarians the practice of espousing the National cause openly whistles for it also. If every person were to count fifty each Lime before taking a Glass of Beer one Hundred be fore Takin a Glass of wine and one thousand before taking a Glass of grog there would not be much intemperance in the land. How pleasant Lovely thing a Little out of season a ruse Bud in Winter for instance or a kiss in Church Deacon s eyes closed in prayer with it. Eyes stolen apples Don t Bogits Lewsi apes
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