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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 8, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaDoor in which Dubberly Feil Tov _ Tiff a s Ami fifty cents per in fifty cents deducted if Cash in e editor twelve i1 for every sub not literature agric Lotee anti devoted to f Iov you i Tao Tea cents. Or three in scions the same. 0 e t r Graham s Magazine. By 5ib5. N. S. Nichols. Ife Llie m blown Ibe Ocean time 20. The mock deserted. In Dent of the revolution. Wellsboro wedge sat Jan. K 1845. By Henttu k. Vib in the commencement of the american revolution there stood on the Banks of the Delaware a cottage inhabited by an old Man his Wilcis and an Only son. Although age having hard his threat Harlall knew it Ifould b e1 to attempt to escape and almighty giver ,1 Why Elm life s ill storms that overwhelm. Pleasant Llie y lie morning s when the evening s nigh Niro Iichi with fueling hovers near Hope too there is kneeling n and tear i am p a. Shore peaceful Mav St thou Glide or venture More sweetly Freigh son g. Be summer is to torn Ivisich m their Gray Damber. 50 Maying. In love who c of the time Lull us out warm thoughts expire fill Only us i ii Allsy the Ucak Walil s hitter t Limm Shal win us of coif oar la Wirts grow pc try there i c in find u w t a within us. Utterly incapacitated the father from Active duties still he willingly sacrificed his son or the altar of his country s Freedom and with blessings innumerable Henry. Harland left his Home to enter upon a difficult and in i tried scene. To his Young and ardent mind j which had pictured All the imaged glories of a Soldier s life and the honour of fighting for a country s Freedom the disappointment when the reality Camelo View was a Flo Centary gloom but which was won forgot ten in the excitement of a skirmish with the British that took place soon after his Arri Val at the Camp. After about a Mont the company which had now been considerably augmented by the arrival of recruits was ordered to join the main body under the High lands. Here our hero experienced a differ ent scene. It was not the Remis Ness of duty that had characterized the first Entrance As a Soldier. Here every one was subjected to severe commands and Washington him sell saw that no order As to the regular duties of the a Mien was disobeyed. Here in several minor engagements Harland soon gained a name among the soldiers far cont nge and bravery Ami for his conduct in one skirmish he was applauded by Gen. Washington before the whole army. This was but a taste of glory and the Young Soldier s ambition was excited to Rich the morning dawned and the Day wore on without your appearance he gave orders that j Lay Down strongly manacled Vernlea the deserter should be shot and sent us to Vord to gain some repose although the new York to Aid you for Washington right thou bus that now rushed through his mind by conjectured that your captor would not forbade All thoughts of slip Lake vengeance into his own bands while his dawned he was led Down to the swipe dior was As near As sir Henry Clinton River and placed strongly ironed in a boat was. Accordingly with a of by six men and sent Down towards j feet into the City new York. Far different is the first View of l the City from the Noble Hudson now to what when in sight of the City we quickened our Row riot shouting out god save the King Antl the rebels this soon attracted attention to us , we land it was then a few miserable fishermen s huts. Sir Henry Clinton s quarters were situated near the Centre of the City and de with a terrible the defeat and thither Harland was taken. Fifteen minutes Henry was alone with the Superior of and then the captive s ate was that Washington would soon and perhaps Al Bim that the next Day at Sun ready was on his March to the City whole no. 33 4. in ii. Down his smiled legions to and carry to the heart of Iro Perial whose name was excl ugly uni Ted by jus admiring countrymen even with that of then finally disgraced the laurels plucked from his Majestic brow and left to die As the fool diet Unno nored and in a foreign land Napoleon--Bonat-4-Iite-i-lha.t Man of Many Battles and of the Coil opus of modern time who in his splendid career of unmitigated Conquest conquer d Naif the Buhei Mother. Massacre of the British by How that we were All that escaped and How our British dress torn and bloody gave somewhat of plausibility to our Story and the Sentinel Char de his must t in the air which thank god was in time to hinder your he j by dint of some careless inquiry we found soldiers known to Rise he must die. Scrutinizing eyes were Bent on him. But emotion and with a Moody silence he was led to the Provost however dormant his emotions without he was left alone and surveyed the Strong and out the cell in which you were. Confined be gloomy Walls of his prison. Yet he looked fore the crowd began to pour around us. Of calmly upon the near approach of death and Ter having b Een teased by sir Henry Clinton s although it was hard to and he inquiries for hours we slunk away till night Felt that it was hard to leave his betrothed when we commenced our labors for your As Alice without one he considered distance with what Success Yon Are already Bise Las one of a number who were to _ die for american Liberty and he determined the company now Bent themselves to their that the sacrifice should be willingly made oars Ami morning Hod not Long dawned when in the Ante chamber of whose Palace Pri Ces were proud to wait arid whose mandates the Pope himself stooped to obey bus in the langur age of one his Cote Pories he closed his Days in lonely banishment almost literally exiled from the world yet where he could see his country s Banner waving o or the which would not bring him Aid. Me. Cul. P you arid answer be ? 4he Storf by thrusting and his Way in every direct Dij he was again lied by another snarling and Barking at jail Levels look out a you Lal Loed cuff making a Hasty Retreat at this crisis another voice was heard at the crying opt ladies Ond gentlemen escape if you can As the rafters beneath House Are giving Way under the weight of our pressure and we shall soon have the whole timbers Down upon us from a general Rush now made for the door among the first was the magnetized lady or Snooks doubt had exercised his will toward the lady sufficiently to awaken Heri being jammed out into the midst of the moving crowd who. Were crying Halling and exerting themselves to obtain egress i Ost my companion. Finding ail or the evening at end i retired to my hotel. Hail not been Long seated before in rushed our fat Jolly landlord Laigh , passion in pcs ir.msl.1 Lac l11 i few s sift lil a 1" hip Iti treasure. Mind not the hour when inc i to he which to inc m i Ion mm1. I from he one v riven. Ivl us Lovo who oct we Antny Lui Itin Irtira is in crying a Iivo 1 or girls we Cli in their Gray Glove s Riverin . With hip i Nuu m s i Var nil a set fit nine in lib in rail is single a divine not 1 with Liine virtue. Jav Amirant Linic lower on is virtue. Las Lin Ami Alip and a comp imbed lady Gnu confined in the provi of lame which was held out. To him and he Serly Des used for some Enterprise of danger he Juht show to Washington that his commendations were not or. Merited. An Opportunity was not Long want ing. Washington being desirous of making important move t the enemy was to Semi a thusly spy to find the Tiue a red no torn of the Camp. To this he was further incited by a Erivn enemy who swore on pain of l a he brought him the Correct Halchin of of the British hut As Washington int like to Trust to Bis further forma lion lie deter nine that now would be the Lu-5t that might for Somo time be offered to sen l his spy of the Brit so Camp from the numerous volunteers who step pad a Ormurd and to risk heir lives for their country s fiefdom Henry Harland was chosen Anil after communing with the comm Diirr Iri chief he left the american Camp Ami proceed Ileal on his Des tined expedition. He was dressed completely in the uniform j of a bit is Soldier but his would of Len throb now then he would i pause As the full Force of danger across his mind. True the thought that the British deserted might have Nivon him the watch word once flashed across him but he did not think of returning. The Dai Ger was nothing compared to the Servic which he would do for his country an-1 tin that would accrue from it. Thus lie night Drew on and with it came gloomy thoughts to the imprisoned Soldier. Alone in that dreary cell with but a few hours be tween him and a disgraceful Ion unconscious of his. Fate and perhaps even then believing in his wonder his thoughts were gloomy and sad then the Gibbet Rose before him and he fancied that he could see the multitude eagerly and hear their Exzilia Tiore As they witnessed his dying agonies. Endeavoured to shut out this a new vision Rose before him Alice hearing of Bis death and dying of a broken heart wrung tears from him which no torture could have brought Forth. Anil thus passed the tints that he were visible Ell. Al a to Henry Harla Iid related his adventures to Washington. Through the Long and varied struggle that followed Henry Harland bore a conspicuous part. In the time when the american cause was at its lowest ebb and most predicted a speedy termination to the contest by the Triumph of the English arms his beat never lost his Confidence and his sword w As Neve sheathed till his country was free and he at Liberty to wed his Alice happiness. American Reader Henry Harland is but an other name for one of your country s heroes. The Folly ambition. Night Anil now thu first Gray raided Appl Raeb Day Amjed windows of his though the night had been one of Anguis still the Dawn seem til hasten ii on be d to the following amusing sketch was fur Nisbet by a correspondent to the editor o he Delaware gazettes me time since while on a visit to the Interior of. Pennsylvania in my professional capacity about 4 o clock the stage in which was ensconced drove into a Small As business was to detain me for a couple o Days i was thinking Bow to improve the Monotony of my Leisure hours when my alien t Ion was arrested by some very Large hand Bills one setting Forth the merits of ventriloquism by or. To v. Skelling who ascertained had acquired considerable cd bought his fat sides would burst sail he As soon As he could obtain sufficient command Over Bis Risi Bili ties do you think it was that kicked up that rumpus Over Why it was that Slick Lyle Van Tri Loquest or. T. V. Skelling performed in Bridge ton the next evening and gave Home very striking re lineation in character mid Vitt Trilok Nim and which afforded perfect Satis faction to a Large and respectable audience. Stealing women s slip its the papers Haye picked up a right Story about an ingenious Paris rogue who outwitted . It runs thus an individual Well dressed presented himself at the shop female who sold made Linen in one of the retired parts j of Paris and observed to her that she appear Rity in that science the other was on on the subject of animal magnetism by 1 or. M. 1 about the exhibition hour 1 visited the. I exhibition room of or. But no coined to keep a urge assortment of gentlemen s Shirls yes she had them of All de very tray n i in Tore its Timu and the East now appeared brighten More i rapidly than it had Ever done Paziy having arrived we Anjou nov a to the Ruom of his successful change and Public Fame. Upon entering the room we found it literally crowded with All Ages sexes sizes and on a plat thrice Happy they who sleep in Humble life a or the occasion air. Spiwoks Benr ath tha storm ambition blows. Tis meet the great should have the Fame of happiness the Consolation of a Little envy tis nil their pay for those Superior cares those pangs of heart their vassals never can glory a wrote to her Friend j approached the line of sentinels that gun idea to ilium i litter containing the following i British Camp. Stepping boldly up kit there is an eternity of t j the first one in whispered hut to virtue and what we have j Rio sooner had the words passed his lips the sen before. The door opened and a Stern voice told him that five moments More of life were All that were allotted at that moment the Roll of the drum was head to prepare for Tho execution. He Down Anil fervently poured Forth his soul to the All hearts and asked help to support him to plus his trial. Suddenly a Quick Sharp crack of a Musket was Haid and Ihen Iho hum of Tho impatient crowd was suddenly hushed As the ill Iii beat Foith to arms came a mighty mesh As the multitude swept Over the pave the they they come he look ii a roved seemed by common impulse toward the North the City. He waited hours passt Lon and the Roll of the drum Thi Lri Jiu it discharge of thu Kelly at the City toll that the excite that Lizul still be was c till Iuar night when the same had told him of Lair near approach the Moi King Ramo with be feel Young. Those exalted conditions of with which the race of Ordinary mortals Are to Proney accustomed to associate ideas of Superior blessedness and they have certainly their Peculiar vet not without their counterpoise of lots. T i Etu look up to the position o the con he Queor who has proudly attained Llic Summit of his triumphant pathway was addressing the audience expat rating Oil the science mesmerism. After he had concluded a committee was appointed among whom was the Rev. Or. A pastor of the Village Church and or. C my Companio n remarked Lopel Bat he was determined to the Humbug or test its claims asja Cordingly things being arranged a lady was placed in the operating chair on the Pla Forin. After requesting silence or. Snooks fixed his eyes gazing intently upon the subject reminding us of the charming eve our old commenced his in Ftp do n snip ions and Saivii have you any garments of a similar Al the season will arrive when the clans into s metrical existence these coca Tell luminaries into of Iligir former to darkness and of by virtue will live beyond the o creation and be hallowed by the Tii Fout virtue no Man is Happy. There is Pursuit no pleasurable avocation by Vicissitudes has Iii wants very Idle pleasure and sorrow. The foundation of tape iness cannot be had in a heart Ijen Ili is vice and immorality. Its conscience and a pure con the infallible concomitant of Vir elision alone. The wine cup that the senses for a Short lived to Only brings the melancholy reflect cooler judgment but when indulged Wio Noss it is the Bane of every vat social Blessing thai belongs to j its elite of character. Vice in every illusory and pernicious virtue is Amaranth. It is a Gem thai never to is an at Tibule amiable other part of ment was left in Lisp Csc . Who of Bis doom in defend try discharged his Musket which was Fuick by followed by the whole line of sentinels. Astonished stupefied and bewildered bar land was seized and to his utter dismay he heard himself designated As the Lebel by the crowd which now poured around he was borne before the com Mander but the broken which come to his ears convinced him that Thede s a scr was Only a. Stratagem to Decoy an american to the British Camp for they vainly believed that threats and promises would extort from one every movement of Wash with a proud bold Mien Harland confronted the commanding officer but what was his Surprise when he was told that if he would betray the secrets of the american Camp he was at Liberty to pursue Honor and glory with the King s soldiers or to return unmolested from whence he came but Oil the contrary if he refused he should die the death he deserved. Me said he while a Flash of insulted Pride lit up his features ask me an american Soldier never fears death and life itself would be odious me after i. Had played the part of a traitor1. Surprise was the first feeling of the briton but the next moment rage was the predominant passion and thou shall die said he die As a rebel dog should die. He continued when he saw words awoke no per and shall be Hung amid the that his exact Uliuli was till the . reasons that imagination could conjure uj., construed As the Light cause of this interruption i but were soon set aside As Uli Eily futile i and now night set in and he to use some method to. Effect ins escape h had observed in the Day time that the Yal of a larg Stone might be effected and he sat about the task by scraping off the Emetil wow cd held it fast. Suddenly he could not be his own fancy surely there was one at k without upon the very same Stone Wilh increased vigor he resume i his labor but being possessed of the a Van Tage of tools his outside Helper made the. Most Progress and considering the amount o labor to be accomplished it was not Long in 1 Mil sacred to god. Is have queer modes of on out a Lover Calls his a jews mrp of Delight and a boating for a pain in the breast. Cep Tible emotion in his by my sword you shall be Hung Ami gaze of in your death throes you Samll be As a Felon by those w a Wiz we enlighten american Cin Las in Liverpool is to the whom you and your comrades would vainly pc cml avoid to Cope a re said when saw that the spirit of his captive writhed in Ler is Worda you will ready Mic Lii inks by to Morrow s mini to Conini your journey to new York to his. Soldiers he ordered the Stone was removed. A human head now appealed at the aperture and in a Low voice Hist Harland Hist on your life make no noise escape now to Jour Friend with the utmost caution and some d Fri civil to through the opening and the clock of St. Paul s struck Midnight As he released from the few remaining shacks which were on him and ready for flight. His comrades for there were four of Bis assist ants gave him sword and two pistols and silently they took Way toward the North wharf they gained their boat without interruption but Harland could hardly believe in the reality of his escape till he commenced rowing up the Hudson. No Tell me said he after they Lead proceeded but a Short distance. And after a Short pause one of his companions began notwithstanding All the conf nations by moving his hand up Anil her face. He was pretty soon interrupted 11111 i by the snarling Ond Barking of two i expense of millions in the Sunshine so took arose expostulated with to Eminence and by j Ficaj pot paid their and he of Battles and bathing has laurels a negro was ordered to expel n the of vanquished nations whose de i populated cities crumbling fanes present j a ghastly attestation of the Story of his a arc Apt to forget in the Renzy of our excited and Over wrought admiration that the being who has thus Dawn d upon our vision with All tie glorious Ai tributes of a but a Mere Man a favored Puy Lhing in the hand of Fate. , considered in its abstract a Unity destitute of All collateral re. Actions is Peculiar to no condition to no conventional caste or rank. The history of Man under every modification of character and circumstance goes to swell the sails of Abili Ijes and great then invariably associated a of i quietude and care. Byron beautifully illustrated this position be says they who ascend to Mountain tops will find their top noises peaks most Clad in ice Snow he that conquers or strips Mankind must look Down on the Bate of All below. Alexander the great seated upon the throne of the universe is undoubtedly an object of High moral Sublimity. In his career he had wrapped in had triumphed Over slaughtered had corresponding has icon fee a negro n. Cuffey coming Forward har is at the same time flourish a Large Broom stick he said just Leff note Ober Dar i la Cotch pm and Foteh m j out de High but no four legged Quad Tupes of nature being found order was again restored and or. Snooks kept on moving his arms my companion remarked i fixed Uheiji a soon afterwards Skelling threw his voice so As to proceed immediately from the Rev. Gentleman exclaiming go it my boy and Don t spare Elbow that s All eyes were directed towards the Rev. Gen drug i who looked daggers tit Tho Rev. Offender while the Shepherd cast his eyes around in Ulter Maze where at All i la do it with at great Deal of in a minute the Sooil woman appeared in the body of the shop completely enveloped a one. Looked at her. Walked round her Ami , apparently to draw Down the garment behind her to its full length in doing which he very adroitly _ fastened her Al cohns to it a Large pin. Supposing his finish in attempted to take it off again when to her astonishment she found her clothes Rose up with it. this moment the fellow grasped the parcel and made off with them. The poor woman hesitated to another attempt to a lives her self of the superfluous but failing to do ran after him. So much time How Ever was and so Many boys collected about her at the novel appearance she pre , that was compelled to her shop Anu put up with the a he is More reality than Romance Ibe froma capital Little Story in a late number of the f a is Stirr iting How Wil stick betrothed. Against the Field it v ment. Significant glances were Given by j to. Her no Virgin Maidens whose appearance Indi j knew that her Lover had his Mother Well then Dence that Washington paced in you he was great and the opening of Biu Efa of. American ii co and calling him a but threatened the lives of his if he escaped. The behaviour of Kentish Over Lei. After your departure to twice caught in in ult empt to a craps Ami this a Washington that he was not what pretended to be order ing a strict watch to be kept Over him he Waud anxiously for year Raturi but when hurled empires into ruins and pushed his conquests to the farther est India but his history of a madman convulsed by the wildest and most ungovernable of human passions and his end was among fools. Pompey unquestionably one of the most consummate generals that Ever directed the armies of Imperial Rome air another striking instance of the utter worthlessness and Fugacity of Fame. From the most exalted pin Nacle of worldly aggrandisement we behold him falling suddenly to the condition first of a fugitive from the to that of a hunted exile expatriated by the people whom he had served loved and finally fall ing by the hand of assassination his naked body exposed Sands to be buried by an old Fisherman and u freed Man who was formerly his slave. Caesar who is said to nearly a thousand cities and to have dyed his the blood of one million of his rated that they had passed the Meridian of their charms which Kelli re observed and immediately cast his voice to them remark bless my soul it can t be never thought that our minister nor does exclaimed the Rev. Or. A. Ladies and is utterly have not said a word to he sure i did hear very near me but i assure you it was not myself that used the two Virgin now removed some fore. Distance apart each one believing the other to be the offender by breaking the dec Riim of the audience. At last in of All interruption the o death will an Oyster Shell Only Lake her a life by the really Friendly act of giving the information. A woman in. Such a Case will doubt Trefes Ticcony of whole regiment under oath of her own senses into the if you. Could by some Miracle. You would accomplish for Fri gives Evert More obstinately than Slie d Lybbie a lives and unless you can produce before her eyes a previous living wife and five children ail the Boua fat of her suitor you had much better let her Jet Ole Bull produced his new piece of at his concert in new York cent Tyr the express after r a description of the composition says a t it was too delicate for uncultivated Jip Sireci Atin. It was to the great and full of beauties but requiring magnetic sleep was produced. Jar. Snook now addressing the audience said gentlemen and ladies you see the effect of he Luch audiences to enjoy it in no Power on Earth except my own can arouse i Are ordinarily gathered and never in her from this deep i such numbers As to make it profitable to. A variety of experiments were now tried works less psychological yet foes was finally assassinated at the very of his Aih vision. Arid by those to whose Lia fils he had confided the Power which was ultimately the instrument of Hannibal whose daring Genius rent Assn Der rigid. Brier the and upon the subject when suddenly a Vouco was heard in the midst the Como Liftee crying mad dog Eow wove exclaimed Skelling transferring his voice immediately under the chair of the Mafte sized lad y. Quick As thought or. Snooks rut comes tse sprang the stage and a nov Cecul was visible in the lady of Sta vying the feel up to the spokes of Tho chair. At this moment another tremendous snarl chg was Beard in various direction of the which a u the be thatis not Hilf so great would k present of after hearing if Spca idly we. May have to modify our opinion in the naut a of fact relations to of what after Alt must Eim As a wonderful Effort of Masicap Gelitis. Is general Plainfield n. To resolved among that no Gristian can of Courti Bif Fly Mutti Bjel h newspaper

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