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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 27, 1839, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIs Bales if the several wan sized to Seh or i seated which in ofte of Thor county purchased from in pursuance of air of March -818, in at directing the and., for taxes he arts so d fire b that Tan be obtained Oor omission Mac ordnance with offer for Sale at Public owing tracts of monday of March e in Wellsboro at 3 if that Day. Town b. Ship. T moms Richmond non College. Libert do ti0 feb Intel j. P. Effiee on main it. Lit door above the court House. Them mrs. Lawrence an aged and re Specialle lady expired almost immedi by Fisher in i link Shippen Losey Tioga Nock do l moms to Losey it in Wellsborough. Nil standing in the rear in not previously he commissioners of Day of november a. A do i a s. Corn s. i adjourned until the h next. Company. Stock holders of the Pany held agreeably Ramg gent Yemen Wei or 6ne Viz. Jams a r. Wal sort James Wowch the Board of directors Inu Sously elected pre Smith Secretary and r. Smith Sec y. We. 3w hat we have applied to out of Cramott pleas e Benefit of the i solv a and that they have Lith Day of March next said Day at the court i for the hearing of us i and where you May per. N Lathrop i Aifiti. R ple dui dwelling a Henry Fringer i Ludelphia situated on Plarre. For terms Al. C. Bush. 8. I3n in Tiff largest and Ever offer i v hour Jet Low .1.1 i in Pic co. I t of ship poor Salt Piru r cast steel axes. B. C. W. Co. A. Tit Foi l k that a qom of june Rel ii Ritter co dirt you t of and general Tail delivery of Tioga will be held at Borough of Lay of next of 10 n of Saul Day at which of Flo peace Atul you Anty will take re in their proper persons inquisitions a Carina it Biandis m do those offices Apper l All suitors. Jurors aw1 be Aud attend without under my ipod and i Lubo Rouglin this. Of Teeth Nuary Anno Domini i eight Hundred and t John sheriff. To Ier respectfully Infortuna one rally that he is now Inu Grain of every he Manchester during the Winter Dwin Matson. Jan. Nets assortment of get Efraen s l. E the subscription 50lfnotpaid afterwards from her wounds. Street was also f a . Of Ruma by to Ling of the chimneys. A 10 every unhurt but her two sons in the Borough of Wellsborough Van. Girl were killed. A Wintion mice isjt2.00 various other deaths and injuries were occasioned by the falling of Chim Neys and in some instances fires broke for one Dollar and out in the ruins and the fire police was called qut a the of the Gaie to extinguish them. It is related that a widow lady who kept an infant school at the Prospect of having her blown in had placed herself to to prevent it when the roof fell in at her feet and the Waif fell out Ward into the Street leaving her stand ing without injury. In one neighbourhood near Bidston numerous families were drive fr6m took wel.lsbor0ugh, charged pro Avery time it Ter. The charge far one or the same. A Liberal reduction to those who advertise no subscription revived for a Shorter period than six nor will any paper be discontinued until All arrearage Are paid but at the option of the publisher. Of letters relative to the business of the office and communications for the paper must their houses by uie Ganger be Post paid or they will not Brt attended to. Refuge under the Hedges. In All the docks the damages have fran the n. Y. Eve. Post. Been prodigious the vessels pitching fr6m Europe. Against each other and beating in their lamentable ship wrecks loss of bows and Sterns. In the River vessels packet ships. Pennsylvania of were driven about at the mercy of the Ford and Andrew loss of life tempest. But on the coast some i ight j Ful wrecks took place. We have received Liverpool papers Seeraj Vesseis had been wind hound of the 10th with London files of a the of previous to late packet ship Cambridge s had taken advantage of Captain Bursley which arrived this a Steric wind which prevailed for morning. She was detained two Days j Captain Smith of the Pennsylva Nia the first and second mates Aboul seven of the Crew and four of the Pas sengers have All perished. Twenty six have teen saved. Many Are left in the rigging. The Captain and about fifty of the Crew and passengers of he Lockwood have been saved. All the survivors on Board this ill fated vessel have been brought away except one Man. The wife of this person was on Board in a dying state and he refused to quit her. The sight on Board was most heart rending. Men women and children were lying dead Over the sides or hang ing lifeless in the perished from the severity Oij the weather. The following is the Best account we have been Able to collect of the number of persons saved by the steam tug boats. On tuesday the 8th of january from the St. Andrew 23, from j the Lockwood 33. This Day the 9th of january from the Pennsylvania 26, from the lock Wood 22. Between forty and fifty per i perished in the of the vessel does not seem to Ibe much damaged As we at first supposed on this Point however nothing Cecii Sive can be said. The Pennsylvania is a total loss and we regret to say that capt. Smit i the first and second mates four of the passengers and about seven of the Crew have perished. The St Andrew is also her cargo.1t is expected will not be seriously damaged. Captain Thompson and the Crew have All landed safely Here. Besides these there Are several or and the number of lives lost must be great. I the death of miss Landon mrs. Is confirmed. This occur red at Cape coast shortly after her arrival. She dead1 on the flexor of her with 4 vial of Hydro Cyan in acid in Jer Handi and the jury gave As a verdict that she had probably taken an Over Difate for spasms of the it tue dusk of j the evening the pedestrians of course giving him plenty of Toom for his Parade until he met a Large dog _ a 1_ ,1 i.? no vv1 of Ite Baodu victories ener Ilaa Are i h Xiv Fjor Law advices had Heen receded from the East indies. From Persia it was reported that the Shah had returned to the Capitol Semeran Bat Intelli Ibon main a arrival there tic in expected to arrive of Fefa exception of the set of August she was to visit t0 pm published Viz vol. By had not been received. M it was reported that the russian emperor had assembled a Force of Jook men on the confines of c with the determination to end by a single blow. On the other hand i it is alleged t lat a spirit of disaffection exists very extensively among the rus Sian troops of mrs. L. E. A the following is the report of the Lale mrs Mclean formerly whose melancholy death at Cape 4-c. Several Public Ings had been held but the violence of the speakers according to the 2 regret wherever the produce is admired writer Are Kropfl the Coroner s an Induisi Ion Leld at Cape coast Castle Ivl f beyond her usual time of departure by the weather she remained at Anchor m the River during sunday night and Easterly wind which prevailed time to put to sea among them were the new York packet ships St. Andrew and Pennsyl Vania. On tuesday evening the 8th the crusader from the Davis from Wexford Al and the anon from Bangor Are wrecked at Blackpool. The Crew of the crusader Are saved. The Edward from Dundee is a total wreck on the Hoyle Bank. The and Tibia from Naples is on Shore near holy saved in both instances the Ann Paley from Lisbon. Yania. Vul a Camuy monday morning was driven against of Jan intelligence arrived that the pier head where she was for Many thai an Drew had been seen on ithe hours in theg nost perilous Ingin of dashing against the Walls. Ship was saved by Captain. Burs Ley and his Crew whose with both anchors Down the sea beating heavily. A Rumor Al so arrived that the Pennsylvania had gone to pieces. Captain Nye of the very energetic exertions Are mentioned Ket Independence arrived on in the Liverpool papers. Liverpool papers arc filled with a courts of a violent and destructive Hurricane which arose on the night of january 6th, and continued part of the next the Liverpool courier of january-9th that evening from where he had seen a or. Thompson of new who had been saved from the who reported that him self with three Othiff passengers the mate and four of the seamen had left the ship in one of the boats that at some distance from the Shore the boat no Usu Vul. Was Overset and All Penis Cha but Struc Torf Hab been dreadful and Tel Tho who had on a life Prescod buildings out houses Walls r roofs chimneys Hay Trees haying Beeb destroyed or blown Down reach us from every All i round our own District the Uever. The is from do courier of Jan. 9th, dated 12 o clock. The worst fears respecting the ill i .1 i _ to in this town the loss of life and pro fated ships mentioned in the latest of i t n n i nil Perty has been very great and num news Are unhappily Bers of persons have been More or less the new York packets injured while multitudes Are recount Pennsylvania and St. Andrew Are to Nic particulars of narrow escapes from Tal wrecks and the Lockwood a Bri death or fractured limbs. Thede Struc Kwh ass angers for new York Tio tothe Marine it is feared in a condition. Hive been exceedingly great on the steam tug assisted surrounding coasts though the Intel the life 33oat made every sex Fiat subject is not yet to Saye As Many a ample. Many vessels have been sink in the and in the docks and not less i Iteen Are now lying ashore at be the wind during the Gale and began if blow violently about eleven o clock Oil the night of the 6th. About 1 o Click it became a Complete Hurricane 309 front 2 to 5 the gusts were strongest Amoc the most damage was done. In All quarters slates and Lead from the roofs Chi Mae pots and bricks were lifted few wind and Ilion to save As Many As possible of be seamen and passengers from the Recks. Succeeded in saving a Psi durable Many from the Lockwood and St. Andrew but the latter vessel 80 to 100 souls were left last amongst those preserved was an infant Only 18 months old father and Mother were left on Board. The Pennsylvania is lying in the surf Jidith her Hull nearly covered by the and passengers nagging and have been there bricks were lifted wind and n it tic water making a blown about like Over the streets of the town and the adjacent villages the alarm was As Universal As the destruction thousands of families from their1 oeds unable to rest from the error by the Roar ing and tre the Many Lek their houses and sought Shel Ter in the of their neighbors. Mansions of breach Over her. Ara late hour or. A intrepid manner psf caused the fuel to out to the Vici of the wrecks to see what Assis rendered. Unfortunate neighbors. Mansions of keen Flost Snow bunder Liverpool of solid and sub Stan to total masonry trembled and rocked be inir3 of the poor creatures who were fore the assaults of the wind As if Sha to the Wrath of the i i the _ i i r w with a and Light the suffer were by an earthquake. When the elements. It Vas evident that if the morning Gale was still sweep a easels kept 1ogether till ing from the Westward with the Iury of the Sufler erg might perish from on Shore near the Crew lost. The Victoria from Charleston is on o i Lea solve. The list i Pool mail of january 10th, has the lol loping the St. Andrews sailed on Sun Day 6lh, at p. Five a smart Breeze sprung up which before two in the morning changed to a perfect her inane. The sails though new before Bent were torn into rib Lons and one of the hands was dashed from the Yard Arm on the deck and nearly ruled. Capt. Thomp son ordered his men aloft but they with death staring them in the face re fused to obey. After the of the sails the ship became unmanageable and remained in this condition till the Forenoon of Mon Day when an attempt was made to re Lieve her by cutting away the upper part of her masts. She was rigged with a mizen Mast and Foresaid and in this clip plod state Early on tuesday was sleeting for Liverpool. About half past 10 o clock a. M. She struck on the Burbo Sands where she remained with both anchors Down the sea beating heavily. The life boats were sent off to extricate the Passen Gers were conveyed on Board the steam vessel Victoria and were thus providentially saved. J the steady and admirable conduct and presence of mind of Captain Thompson during the whole of this trying occasion is beyond All As soon As the ship struck almost the first thing he did was to stave in All the spirit casks and every bottle contain ing wine or spirits was emptied Stroyeck he being apprehensive of the consequences to the Crew. The above is the substance of a verbal communication made by one of the the wreck of the Lockwood took place on what is called the North Bank and the Pennsylvania was anchored near her a Public meeting was held at Mool on the 9th of january to consider the Best plan of rewarding those who had exerted themselves to save the lives of the persons Board the vessels wrecked on the Banks. A arge numb Ber of merchants assembled the May or was put in the chair and resolutions passed for opening a subscription item in two columns one for the Relief for the of climate her husband it appears suf slate of liver Fering at the same time. Pool papers say that the Export to the lord Norbury son of Clebra unil Jed states continues very Ted Irish judge has been murdered the Pennsylvania had every part of her having been shot by some Ruhan from Finea with goods except a Small space behind a hedge while he was walking for Ives passengers the St. Andrew through his grounds with his Steward was also had Only four Pas of. Daylight and directing him in refer sengers. Ence to the pruning of some Trees. France. Iley from Lisbon is ence to the pruning of som Trees. R Ribblet three of the lingered a Short time and expired. One t be chamber of Peers is engaged in l in 1 a _ 1 a j4 nit i 1w c11m Only of the six balls made a fatal wound discussion of the address. In said having passed through the the a Cong contemplates the formation battered the breast bone1. Of a coalition ministry. The departure of the great West the american packet Burgundy Ern was delved in consequence of the had arrived at Havre. State of the tides which prevent9d her the Diomede Jan of War and the being hauled up two Pembroke Dock Corvette Eugenia at Toulon to refit. Corvette Eugeni from Ancona in the 24th with s of a 4ill Jin i 1 i Llo a11 in i t or Tuitui. The directors of the Compa _ by announce that she will not be the French Garrison of that place. Trained More than twelve Days beyond advices from Alexandria of la tier usual time of sailing. She was sex Uli states ur1 a petted to leave Bristol on the 2sth of Occi red in that january. November. The Steamer Liverpool was to have the Duke do sailed on the 6th of february. List the 2 Itu u. We learn from a private letter that sister the d Icho thirty four prisoners from upper Cana much improved. Rial including Parker Chandler and the courier Francais states that Al Watts had arrived in Liverpool sen Ter he Despai of the French troops Tunc feel for various terms to transport from Ancona serious disturbances took Tjon place in the City. It was found Neces the friends of Canada in London sary to reinforce the Garrison by 200 Are interesting the Selvea Hij Sfeir Fate or 500 men. Several persons had been it is thought that Many of Wiem have arrested. J t r ,4 been cond Ernea without try they same paper under Date reuse 12, have accordingly been c Tai leu by states that the marriage of Queen Vic writs of Hareas Cornils or. Roebuck Toria and Duke Albert Saxe Coburg will appear in their behalf a tha judg certain tha. On the chamber u event had been offered to the relatives the proceedings of the authorities of Jim Prince. Majesty s justices of the peace and others upon View of the body of Leti Tia Elizabeth Baily being sworn depose than that Between the hours of eight and n be in the morning of the 15th inst the deponent having received a note addressed to mrs Mclean from or Swanzy went to her room for the Pur pose of delivering same to her and found soin4 Dij culty in opening the door in of mrs Mclean having fallen against it. The deponent on entering the room discovered mrs1 Mclean lying on the floor with an empty bottle in her hand which Bott e being produced was la belled acid dil Tum 1 in rpm. Lon Corv 1836i medium dose and quiz e tha in in s. Cup went for her 1 to rail Mims lean. She it i must i v l to open the door to Call i -u-i., us f ii. That her i sties to be attacked by spasms. And was in the habit of taking occasionally a drop or two of the medi Cine in the bottle in water but had not seen Lier do so More Thad two or three times. She mrs Mclean at Quebec in relation to the Hareas Cor pus will probably be brought before parliament by lord Brougham. Mutineers 01 the Mes Spain question of thei state of the j tip Jittlov us 1 the shepherdess Cit. Francis Arri continued to Divide the Cortes. Re in t a an Nyrl 11lf1 m. De la Rosa and Uip Modera Ved at a jowls Jan. 5th, in from Hamburg bound to new York Dos regarded its prolongation As Indis with the mutineers of the Brig Bragan Pep ble for the maintenance of Tran a they Are All four exalt Ados on the other hand rays the London Sun and a watch is urge its abandonment All Over the continually set Over them. Or. Xor kingdom except at Valancia where is gone to new York to give evidence Qeti Van Halen exercised a sort of against them. On their voyage out it is said that the treatment they experienced from Captain Turley Anc the chief mate was very or. Van Buren son of the dictatorship. It was thought that the ministry d simultaneously raise the state of th4 siege in All the provinces. Rms. V an 3abrea having announced that he Dent of the United states passed Al thro would give no Quarter to Dumfries on saturday on a to St. Troops and that he had a Mary s residence of lord Sel fenced putting to death All the in Kirk he was or Esert on monday at Sobers the general in chief of the the election of i or. Murray for the Araby has decided that the same system of unto of Kirkcudbright. Shal. Be adopted. _ the governor Valencia it com of to of the Crew of the at executed. Lord mayor hafe receive letters from Bayonne of the e 27th, state that Don Carlos was still at Arco general Carmons had been made firs chief of the army of Navarre. De several communications from sons of rank and Fortune among the rest from sir Francis Burdett and his such was the number of k bricks slates and fragments of build Ings which were flying in the wind and the streets were blocked with rubbish and fallen Walls. In the of great magnitude were beaten Down uprooted or snap asunder. In k irk Dale Walpin Windsor the surrounding villages they were blown across the Road go As to form Complete barriers. Buildings were blown Down and Hay stacks scattered by the blast in every direction. In Cornwallis Street near great George Square a stack of chimneys fell Pori the House of mrs. Lawrence driving in the roof and beating in All the intermediate floors to the persons were buried in the ruins they were extricated by the police with the Aid of their friends but one of morning seven o clock Board the Victoria and a Large Steamer inward bound from Dublin saw the Pennsylvania and the lock Wood but could not Render the Crew and passengers any assistance. The in the rigging and to the fund it 1400 pounds were subscribed very Short time. At Bangor the Hurricane was be t with effect. The Fine Bridge on the Menai was with All the chains broke n Bowel the Amman the Ann Iliza humanely Ejjero Leigh commander of gallantly and Rou itself amen part of the forces of count d Espange e Valley of aran. Portugal. Lisbon mail arrived in London survivors. The St Andrew has beaten Over the Banks and is on Cha main. Another Steamboat the Heyo has been Senf outside to the v half past one. We have just Learned that one of extract from a letter dated i Liverpool Jan. 9, 1839. We have to Day visited the she lies on the Shore. We Are glad to that whole the cargo be Ous Cven Irig and wished to take a Little of inc Cine contained in the bottle to Gisher Relief. V she did not complain much this morn Irig. Der Anent was not present when her mistress was taken in but nac seen her about half an hour 3efore when she appeared Well and made her a present As the deponent was about living the coast for England that mrs Mclean then told of retire and she would Send for her she wished to dress. Deponent Lack not seen her write this morning but one so employed the previous when she delivered to depo Nen two letters for friends in England at the thought of depo next rafting her. That next says of her last she was in her the bottle found in mrs. Mclean s hand was uncorked she deponent afterwards corked it and put h aside. She could state nothing More which could throw any Light on th3 verdict was that the death o Mclean was caused by her hav ing Ifie aut Ousby taken an Over dose of prussic a Cic which it appeared she Hac been Iii habit of using As remedy Wilson Wesley missionary at coast cast la states that mrs. Mclean Al Vays appeared in excellent health and when he had seen j her which was often. The editor of Condo ii morning Post in republishing the letter above stated says that he had heard the circumstance differently it was Henbane for Stead of prussic acid which she had been in tie habit of taking before she left Europe and that upon attempting water not r the the american Cobi Mander the two american Seatten too who the wreck amidst the fury of the ele ments with ropes will not be forgot ten. A portion or of the londoners were 1 into a stats of considerable bar of deputies was under discussion. A decree has been published in the do authorising Tiv continuance of the Law relative to the collection of Public vents until further provision is made by the Corles. Guerilla chief Cocks bad been tribute on from that place Lish periodicals were the. Following lines il6w can i but Refial my Fields Vav irm i Jay sae no more1? fresh for m the a m it wis to Coli d i Bear the Peinl it Sironie lie amen i tiny heart this i v Tull again

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