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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 21, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIf net if Aid Tiff Tow file year. Every wednesday by j. Half yearly in Advance or printed and whole no. 283. Wellsborough wedness no 22 without motive no one Par poetry. The Forest Chil bombs. A. By the Banks of Sylvan water it Here the Greenwood shadows rest sleep eth Iowa s Young daughter. Id a Mournful Mother s la a Mother s breast that never growth harsh or Stern or locked m arms that will Ever tenderly their child enfold summer winds above her sighing softly kiss the drooping Flowers so Miner gains i the a Sites replying make to the hpur.8 round her falling robing Dell and copse and j spirits through the tempest but the Maiden sleep eth still ins far land where the Prairie j stretched in boundless Beauty lies j Lovely As a woodwind fairy. Opened she Al first her eyes Many a Sweet Flower round her springing. Gladness to her bosom Lent Johny a Bright Bird o or her winging with her own its Carol Blent eyes that watched her sinless child Nojd in Richter beamed when Sho hearts that braved for her the Wildwood toil or Peri never feared thus with sky and Forest o or her grew to Maiden Hood the child while the Light us love before her on her path in Beauty smiled from Farmland cime she Hilliar hearts Long loved were by her but we saw her fade and Wither j till Viko Numinen Flowers she died to her Sylvan Couch we lion1 when the Twilight shadows Tell softly smoothed the or porn turf o or where in death she slumbers will t _._., child unless with Little n Oney a Friend has generously i loaned Ellen pie i can secure a few articles by dear take your Pencil and put Thi n Down firm the sideboard two b is sofa chairs and Kitchen the sideboard it is True will now a superfluous piece of fur but it belonged to my Mother an not part with my piano a go wife sighed the lather cast his Ward the flickering fire and the or was silent. The Fate of the a. Nelan i severe was the for Tri Liaw never studies the feelings Jhc lims when exacting the penal Bond. Of its by of gift said or. Sunderland Addre rhe s the a he is is p us. And a night. 4it is indeed a fearful Obser Ved fills. Sunderland and we have id rude to this Man ing the servant go and request Riff s officer who is watching pert Jato walk into the parlor Only doing his duly no double ill to him Asil is distressing to let him have a Seal Al our fire lass of win for in is a severe stricken Bride amid the places thou didst love thy grave should hero fall the Pale Luied faces who save one has Well for Theel to i hear a sound of anguish from the far Missouri s Shore t is the voice of those who lantern uhf that they see thy face no More thy sire All lowly Silseth rep Init sadly and alone there thy Han tet still for Getteth those thai live for one that s gone race be round their lonely Pillow in that Lar off Western wild beside the Ocean billow i a seetly sleep poor Forest child behave arts Uher i made a fire in his room he is but a out was with the cd her it from the Irish citizen. The i sketch from real life y resumed with the to Enli Manly Man for such should character of men who have to m a part in the drama of Lile not that of the inquisitors of old province in was to torture b ick with this difference however was a physical a one administered with All the and precision of Legal Justice officer politely accepted the inv the wine and Endeavor cheer his victims by. Numera any cases of a similar in nine and distressing. Thus Iheng passed heavily and cheer Lessly a War q sale1, Peon. Sun was Sarcas Wicall y asked or. Clif Ford sir Why did you nol buy it for him or. Sunderland was much affected at this Little incident. He Little knows How much he Haa lacerated this hear but i will Purchase the piano for my child he stepped up to or. Clifford and told him the desire he had to Pur Chase the piano for his daughter and hoped he would not bid against him. Said the stranger i will nol deceive you As much As i respect your feelings and the of the Good i cannot nay Xiv jul not Al Ter the determination made when 1 first entered this House add Pray May that to Purchase every thing in it and by heaven i la do i pay double Price Mullere or. Sunderland As he found his family in another part of the room. The stranger fulfilled his Promise and actually bought every thing fron the House itself Down to the very axe in the cellar after the Sale was and Tel company had retired or. Clifford re Quested the auctioneer to Valk wit him into an adjoining room. Alter lapse of a few moments they both re turned to the parlor where the famil still remained. The auctioneer looked around gave a know need them All a Good Day the room was heard to and As he i Tearly a stranger would court the i 2asure of a crowded room and be up against the frowns of the Many w it an object. Now i had an of Jei and that was be seated sir m in your Stie lion that object was Loly this House and furniture for the so purpose of restoring them to you to if this not a cruel jest u possible exclaimed Mother an daughter. Laz ement look Possession of a trunk fell to the floor with to t Humble and so apparently hopeless honors to such honors which we we Mel on this floor seniors irom an now pay to the memory of senator for Ferenal of that vast Lousiana Ter Are not Mere offerings to the dead As not even a part of the Amer or Mere consolations to the feelings of _ i i t___11 and relations they Ali e Young Porter his Law License signed to the lower Mississippi i to the upper. And years afterwards on this floor senators from Dif which v ican Union at the Lime he and born. We met herein the 1833, High party times and on us v i were j surviving friends Send Lela Lions their sess on Repa Tivas done. Small Stock of clo tout which she eagerly and thrust Back without to the manner with which go further and become Mcenti Vei g inducement to the ingenious youth opp4sit s sides of the great party line but the present and succeeding we met As we had ported before encouraging their Hopes and nning we wet As Jends and trip Jugh often their spirits with a generous emulation. Nor do honors Stop with i dudes nor even with Gen orations of men. They Are not can our part to reply to each of fear in the ardent debate yet never did we do it other feelings than with r i be Auw Iii Eli a. I has to have the justify Chatory to myself for appearing As t p 1___ j a inn Winn has Mailer by to Morrow. In the meantime you ire at Home or. Sun Derland in your own House and i the intruder of say nol that i will not Tell what a Relief this will jul Iii to by Iii to i knowledge is time but i have vet to Senate permit and which so Many p 1 Antl heard of such a thing a perfect a a i you arc observed or. Derland to or. Clifford the of this House and by or. James Kees. Ask you Why prynne the whole auction buys prynne foresees a general Arij much More honest to be and stand with Section Cerine Hammer in thy hand Provok 115 to More my pm eking three for the old Housho d staff or picture s be. Darden s Juv Esai. It was a tempestuous winds whistled Hail slopes whose size threatened to demolish he. Win do ivs of the houses rattle to against them with a determined Pertinacity As if to Lesl their strength. In the Par Lor of a Ine old fashioned. House be Side rather a comfortless. Such a night were the family of or. Soil Crand consisting of Daub Hier and a faithful maidservant. A heavy gloom More of sort Row than of anger rested on each even exc cling that of the maid servant alluded to from Liose glances Ever and anon cast toward Trie family group the close observer would have noted the deep interest she took in the cause of their grief. The picture was a one for virtue in distress has no Light Shade to relieve it All around and about in is dark and sombre. The sensitive artist would thrown aside his pen cil if the subject had been presented to his View As we have described it and Hij Hearl would have received an impression which could nol transferred to observed or. Sun is the anniversary of the melancholy deals of our dear Morrow will be ten years since the Al in which he sailed was lost and All on Board exclaimed his wife As the love sufi mat his t Way dowry her tears coursed their Cheeks will a Melan Choly Laded it will for to Morrow this House which belonged to iffy the furniture which Lime made Asil were a part of ourselves and Ais Oci aled with Many a pleasing event in of lives is to be 1 rom us by the unrelenting hands of creditors by thank. Providence Milf pc r inne no crime has reduced to Slage o will they fell every Hila we secure nothing asked the Daugh Ler. The morning of the Contemp aled was to be seen a crowd of e flocking to the House of or. Sun Terland. Some out of less curiosity friends of the family came with mockery on their lips d empty purses. Others with an intent to Purchase but no one Amaha crowd showed the least desire to Aidi assist or sympathise with the Dis s of the family. This is. The world laugh Al the Miscoi tunes of our Fel creatures and even mock Izeir Dis ses by witnessing in silence their brings. The auctioneer was now Ling disarrangement Sjoby flourishing rolling his eyes and using Tongue. The to Ley crowd Gale Ereita round him. The House was put up first it was accurately described fre j of All Ines Brances and subject to by a very Small ground rent Sta Ted at five thousand dollars. Were several of whom seemed anxious to Purchase in. Seven thoth Sar d five Hundred dollars was last bid up in which the auction dwelt for a my ment. Or. Sunderland compressed his lips together and muttered to himself it Cost my father fifteen thou it was there once that am sir and for the Lime your landlord i understand you sir but will nol Long remain your Levanly i was going to observe however thai there Are two or three articles which i am anxious to sideboard for in stance it is a family will give you the fifty dollars the Price you paid and i feel assured under the Circum stances you will not refuse me this favour i cannot Lake it sir Man will you nol let a buy my piano humbly asked Ellen. He will give you the Price at which it was sold it is painful for me Young lady to refuse even will sell not even the Wood saw in the cellar then or. Exclaimed or. Sunderland we have no further Busi Ness Here come my get your Bonnet that s your band Box let us quit this House we Are not even free from insult. Where is Mary i am Here sir the key of my trunk is lost and i am fastening it a rope Slop my methinks i pair we were to out i fined to Persona but Rise to ins Titu of 1 tons to the Noble Republican in shut in . Uon Sunder which such thin scan be re i Mtnlion these circumstances or. Publican government Goy presid set. Because while they Are hem eminent which hold Man together in v or. Clif-1 Oracle to the deceased they re also the proud duality 10 myself for appearing this government is benefited b the the second to the motion which has exhibition of. The examples such we been Nade a personal Friendship of now celebrate and by the rendition of almost forty years gives me a right to the honors such we now pay. Our appear As a Friend to the deceased on deceased brother Sealor has honoured this to perform the office und benefited Republican Asti which the rules and the usage of the Irlich he has 1 advanced himself under them and we make Manifest Benefit by the honors which we pay him. He has Given a practical Illus Tralin of the work ing of , and equal and elective form of government and our proclaim the nature of that working. Whal is done in this chamber is done in a Corner bul on a lofty Enrici seen of All people. Europe As Well As America will see How our form of government has worked in the person of an boy seek ing Refuge in the land which to virtue and Talent All that they will Over free use of their own exertions for their own advancement. Our deceased brother was not an american citizen by the Accident of m learn How i and to repay you nil this other and what could have induced you a so fait senators would so cordially and fully perform Ana what Couit Nave Maui cd total stranger hits to step Forward. In performing this office i have lit a a in Obj strikes me gracious really but litle else to do til to second heavens cant be look on or. Clif the m Tion of the senator from not the stranger a Ana Barrow the mover has from the glance of Sun done ample Justice to his great subject. 1 or l _ t___1 Rel innit Ford nay tally recoil to Derland s Eye look on me sir has he Ali ii o had the advantage of Long a psf sir ind the Banks of the Cumberland form of has to ulme know m once that i May spurn belong to the Cir j _ i Alexander the ornament and Delight. But he and j us 1 a Tolu to will not Dery sir bul Hal she of Winch the Junior has a father i never s saw the gentleman s face say Noldo miss indeed father Young chief has Given evidence of that knowledge sir a 1 Queen r Ainer in the just the feeling the cordial and Reir redder ten years Back Call to impressive Eulogius which be has just remember ten j you delivered on the life and character of hatred Obj Friend colleague. He has p Esen led to you the Maui red Man Lind a Light oiled brother i i heaven Henry my boy As am your Long lost son age he Haa Preed so Iolar add More our readers profound judge relly imagine that a More cheer-1 Ator a the firm Ful fire lazed upon the Hal faithful was nol for gotten the general Joy which pre this occasion. Birth he became so by the Choice of his own will and of our Laws. The by the operation events of his life a Ripe and Meridian a in Teofllo you the finish the eminent the distinguished sen pal Riol the constant Friend honorable Bril _ i a chased trunk coolly observed the stranger. Or. I am not so old sated dollars seven thousand five Hundred dollars three the last Lime going i eight you eight Hufland thousand three name was the alleges re Ted on a looking had remained silent during the rapid binding of the who s the whisper Well round was a local anger. It is whispered or. Sunder Antl to his he pressed her hand silent grief. We have no Home but thai i can resent an will if you carry this arrogant and to me strange conduct much hat poor girl has been the me and mine the Best and i May say the Only Friend she has remained with us in poverty assisted us in our distresses not Only with her purse bul Wilh her hands she is to me not As a servant bul one of my family for there is thank heaven no such base distinction in exists in a state of bloated Here Here Wilh nothing but what we have upon our backs the master and the servant Are equal. She is part of my family and i will protect her from insult. That trunk is hers and who Porter. The following Are the eloquent re Marks f the Hon. Thomas h. Ben ten in seconding the resolutions of Feied senator Barrow of Lousiana the death of his late col glue senator Porter i Rise or. President to second the ration. Which has been made to Render Tuci last honors of this chamber to our deceased brother senator whose deals Ris been so feelingly announced and i doing so i comply with an Obliga tin of Friendship As Well As conform tithe usage of the Senate. I the Otsel personal Friend which the Illus rat this giant social cheer fail Wilt companion. Jefe has presented to you the Ripe of which i saw the fairly Blossom a and of which i fell the Assurance More than in Iris years ago hat it would Ripen into the Golden fruit which we have All beheld. President this is no vain or empty ceremonial in which the Senate is now engaged. Honors to the Illus irilous dead go beyond the discharge of i i and the business of this Day show this title to citizenship to be valid in our America As it was in. The great Republic fan Liquify. I borrow the nol the language of Cicero in his plead ing for the poet Archias when i place the citizen who becomes so by Law and Choice on an equal fooling with the Cit Izen who becomes so by Rance. And in the instance now before us we May Gay Hal our adopted citizen has repaid us for the liberality of our Laws that he has added to the Slock of our Nalion Al character by the contrib unions which he has brought Loil in the purity of his private life-7-the Eminence of he pub inc of his patriotism and the elegant productions of a Del t of Justice to them and the Rendi Tion of Congo Lalion to their friends they become lessons and examples for the 1 iving. The Story of their Humble beginning and Noble conclusion is an example to be followed and an incite men i to be Felt. And1 where shall we find an example More worthy of imitation or More full of encouragement _ this Lobar in the life and character of Alex deceased can and r Porter a lad of tender age ii Julio r file and amongst the oldest which he in the United Stales. It More than a period of a Gen c nov sir More than the third of a Cen the then Emigrant inn Alexander Porter and my met on the Banks of the Cumber land River at Nashville in the state of tonnes see when commenced a Friend ship which death Only dissolved on his part we belonged to a Circle of Young lawyers and students Al Law who had the world before them and nothing bul their exertions to de Pend upon. First a clerk in his Uncle s store Ihen a student at Law and always an c you in i he i de orphan with a widowed orphan emigre in boy 10 w Ger father corp g Rich in Good. Of e cause of exile before a now cried the aug will sell this Ide Board regard to which i am requested by insult l Nai if huh is i Ai Uick p dare Lake it from her not l Lover of books the Young Porter was it Clifford cast his eyes upon a one of that Circle and it was the Cusp a who Al thai moment arose from torn of All thai belonged to it to j Fanh a Thor i their Leisure hours in the deign Tull occupation of Reading. History poetry you a menu r elocution biography the she has a kind Noble one speeches of the living and the Nna in. 1 no mip recreation and Ine ear Ava floor they gazed upon each other n silence. And she you say has been o you a Friend of editor to say that it is an old fam y it is the wish of the own to retain it if possible. I merely e t mention this As it is known to you in c or what Peculiar circumstances sings Are sold this had the desired one seemed willing to bid i against the unfortunate Man who stared it at ten collars. Twenty Wab bid y or Clifford Twenty five from or Sunderland fifty from or. Clifford silenced the anxious Par in the Sim by Piei a of furniture was knocked Down to the new owner of the House a gentleman who stood by Remarke mind. And Here let me say and i say it with Pride and Salish Aclipen our deceased brother senator loved and admired his adopted country with a love and admiration increasing with his age and with his Beller knowledge of the coun iries of the old world. A few years ago and after he. Had obtained great Honor and Fortune in this country he returned on visit to his native land and to the continent of Europe. It was an occasion of honest exultation for the orphan Emigrant boy to return to the Sunderland stay one to were our social ment my Good girl put Down thai youngest member of the Circle iwas one rank Lake a Seal Madam Permil me of our favorite readers. He read Wei miss to band you a chair or. Sun because he comprehended clearly Lett Derland will you be seated i have yet strongly remarked beautifully upon something More to say. When you gave a requested me to yield up the Wist i to the whole with his Rich mellifluous had to Purchase this Side Board i Lold Irish accent. It was therr that 1 be that it was my determination to buy it came acquainted with and her and 1 Tell you now thai i will nol sell children to Ler it. This or. Clifford needs no Repe Ilion Aye but it. Does and when Uhal wrongs i Marly red patriots in their Fate and for a Noble and of dressed be cause of exile before Ras ten years old an Ocean to be Cross and a strange land to be seen and a Wil Lerness of a thousand Miles to be Penel rated before he could find a Rul ing place for the sole of his foot then education to be acquired support to be led and even citizenship to be gain before he could make his own talents liable to his support conquering All these difficulties by his own exertions ant the Aid of an affectionate i 1 name him for the Benefactor of pc Ith deserves to be named and named with Honor in the highest Wilh no other Aid than Hal of an Uncle s kindness or. Alexander Porter sen., i tenant of Nashville also an Emigrant from Ireland and full of the generous qua lilies who Cut belong to the children off Hal soil this lad an exile and an Ribhan from the old world thus Start Ting in the new world Wilh every thing to gain before it could be enjoy attained every earthly object either Brilliant or substantial for which live and struggle in this life. To Fortune friends the highest pro to Sohal distinction Long a supreme de in his adopted state twice a Nator in the Congress of the United ibis life and clothed Wilh the honors of the american Senate. But the visit was a melancholy one to him. Soul sickened at the state of his fellow Man in the old world i had it from his own and he returned from that visit stronger feeling than Ever in favor of his adopted new Honor awaited him Here that of a second Section to the american Senate. But of this not permitted to and the proceedings of this Day an Nonnce his second Brief Elevation to this body and his departure from it through the gloomy portals death and the a Adieu Temple of enduring a me. J the be Elonga jul his honors Fresl id growing to moment of i the announcement of i Aye u does. Ana when vial i Lor a j i death followed by the adjournment o Young lady made the same request for the extinction of my own life can Ajoue j american con her piano my answer was the same extinguish. R Stop sir hear me out no Man would std a Noble and Cronin some caution is requisite in passing or opinion upon however which few of u s adopt. At Public levee of the court of St. A gentleman said to lord Enfield my lord who is tall awkward woman thai lady replied lord Chesterfield my the gentleman reddened with Contu Sion and no no my beg your Don a mean that ugly woman who stands next to the Queen _ that lady answered lord Chesterfield Caludy u thai sir is my f spa erf

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