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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 25, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPrinted and publish l. 24. Every wednesday by j. P. At a year payable knit Yealy in or if Kot paid within the year. Wellsborough w e n e s january 25, whole no. I county Fenn l it Nestr and despatch std to his care in met for Tho Western l in any courts in Bian bal earn Halm of life writes a ticking Salvi shrew plaster Quantity it ascription. ,18421 it inform their ref Tioga county Ihrl a Larse Seles poetry. J com me lady s Book. Israel s Prophet. Thor Prophet stood on Pisgah and gazed non the o or Barren 3focks, thro Agli scorching mid treacherous friends and he had brooch to no Tia scattered race of Israel to is chosen place. J a. To them his Early youth he gave f to them he pledged his manhood grave for them had borne the toil Tho strife the hardship of a wandering life. Lie Shan la not from the noon tide heat the Midnight s Damp the tempest s beat i Niji marching thurst nor a the a Power j could Shako him in their evil hour. I when they whom he had served so in go with reproach and wrong he swerved not from Hia Noble aim through weal or woo twas All the s ame i Lask was his care i through Mahy a Long and weary year were chastening Onward to possess s p in i fact might never press. 1 his strength undimmed his hrs Sungho tie wild Lone spot to die. I 1 j fair land beneath him Lay 5uiched to the far Distant sea mile Jordson rolled its swelling tide Liere Seir raised its ragged Side the dea4-sea s blighted Shore below the stately Plains of Judea s Rales and mountains High Vii were beneath his kindling Toliese were his people s not Liis own and lingering look alone was granted to his Earnest prayer their promised Home he might not share. His generous and devoted breast found in a lighter land Ita Resi a Calm no violence could break a Joy no ill could Ever shake by mortals never trod 5 Trio very Paradise of god. This glorious scene beneath hims Reav the Bright sky bunt above his head mul those Stern crags and Mountain steeps tie weary Prophet calmly sleeps. A human loot hat Ever pros Seil spot Whereon Liis sties rest his lofty sepulchre raised where human never thus Israel s Prophet passed away Mij Maiaro s wildest majesty. The vision. It was. A dream of perfect Bliss too Beautiful to last h seemed to Welcome Back Anain the Bright Day of the past t 1 was a mimic ship sailed Down the Giddy Stream and 1 Ivas Gay and but a it was a dream and soon i loft the childish toy fur those of manhood s thu by atty of a woman s form f Trio sweetness of her voice i thoughts he gave nto blameless of and that Sochi love i Bill All it was i dream 1 saw my falsehood wound her heart i saw her Cheak grow Pale Iii o or her t Alejj Ivision the inv. A. Bright delusive veil 1 Limo night she Livell and that i saw our bridal torches Gearu i was Happy with my a it was a dream Wese boys we boys together and never pan forget j i Julic school Hiou be near the Heather Jin childhood where we met nor the Green Home of Mersho icy dear its sorrows and its Khili Call Tho transient a Viilo or tear when you and 1 were boys. ,ourtl8 together castles Nih heart was like a Feather i while mine was dashed with care i oyo Cuamo wealth with hnaiih0od 3 prior be i o me it brought alloys imagined in the Prio Irose time Hen you and i were boys. I old men together a the friends to loved of Yore leaves of Aurum i weather i for How blessed to age the impulse i lilo Hope that Neer Tecl in Oor trom Earth to heaven Ven you and i were boys. Thoughts on death. By miss Ellen we know there is a better world where. God alone doth reign Here sin or sorrow cannot come nor aught to give us Plain i the friends who loved us hero i to be loved in heaven have they to the Angels the love they bore us i join them Apon High l the Jook cold 6a a i. No for tis a of Bliss Chere sorely love must be. London it Snake. Wellj1neous. At As 01 along i Eye of m t is As b Beautiful go search reer so sure the a tf4r yes the courage vening f the of Nare Henf. Cred an he spot Jusy ass burying Ronen which w. Aid plan Success fun attacks y betray red our nto our allowed ourth to o behold to had Rue of Tad Jaramoz Lon Wabl the metropolitan. Ult or s doom. Regiment marched sullenly Lurl see the tear Glisten in the y a Hardy Soldier. So True Ley has expressed it in his 1c u i ble Pov euro pc us nobly inure lir ready be lers. I Mon hearted of High c Erable a had Lisle us to h try. I opposite killed in place "1 never he so i evil is. Iio was acco shall Lear i n Bucu traitor. Be choose to Una Seilal to we were the Nion on Ary a lieu St a of horse As they Complete a a few ind we f the Gonte drove Nany evil e Foremost rank in danger s Dari Cand most daring there has wiped away unburnt Warrior whose Iro n lad almost wondered at the fore when scaling the Walls out of which we were now held Down his head and it voluntary sigh As we passed Lere our sepoy were stilled by a few europeans in or dead. The number of to lost was far beyond that lad Ilici rated. Our Well and been known to the 1 counter strategy had been employed to oppose our a word we had been base i by one a whom we had fan y. The traitor had fallen Nils and Little shrift Hail been m. We were now is execution sternly going in last maj meals of one whom Omerly looked upon As our valued for he who the ties of country to Rise to the duties he owed As an ally was b chief of consider with an education Semi he a to hitherto rough t with and though a youth of Little Twenty of and Al twice noticed in general or Vas handsome in no Coin a More affable and kind iian 1 never met. He was a and commanded a consid e Force. In an evil hour he j painted s the enslaves of his coun relatives had espoused the be his brother had been n action which had taken t this i am convinced would tempted de Wallah Surat rail him to have betrayer that deep a dreadful task never have never suffice it to say Dewal e Aan unsuccessful convicted of the offence he loomed to die. The Only red to him had been to manner of his Dea h. He Gly preferred the one i am scribe and to behold which Qew March in n out of ,.d hold a ii his air w and Mart i had i ram the have been fixed Upo Centre o brigadier look of u took his Reading o the aired to r Cee dings held at c Wallah is auxiliary with hav of of Obe erty sly with who As an Nlle when read the whenever guilty of by was i movement Tow acute when the theh the bounced or his imn of n the Sli when the g when this sketch opens Tigon the ground we found corps and a Dola Lehment ill cry already on the spot in avva leu our coming to i e arrangements after a halt nutes attention was called Ned a hollow so tire into of which a Timbrel quickly of it the prisoner in com the and his ended. Never did i be Ouk More firmly rather that of grave Triumph dignity than convicted guilt. Told to pick out a traitor s sem bled troops he would he last person i should have to walked firmly to the the Square and facing the eneral in command with a Baken courage bowed Asho lion and calmly awaited the sentence. Was Cle out an account of the pro the general court martial on the prisoner. De at lately commanding the Active Field Force charged on the night of the 15th 184-, willingly and Treach Rayed the British forces he was apparently acting and e proceedings were being Risiner was much agitated the treason he had been s alluded to. He evident i pained. The convulsive of his showed he Felt his position but Hole trial had been recited dict of guilty was pro seemed suddenly to recon ability. When the read out he did Noi Quail test degree and finally Tenco of he court condemned him be blown from a he looked with an almost triumphant glance or. His late friends who stood Horrow stricken around him the general was perfectly overcome. His former friends and brother officers shuddered with dread at doming site for the sentence was strictly just yet Many who had never of execution Drew Back with terror and disgust. Surat was the calmest Man on the Field As we wheeled Back into line preparatory to the dreadful scene. We took open order and the prisoner marched along the line and up again Between the ranks. He was then la Ken to a spot some Hundred Yards in front in our Centre. No coffin was there to receive his remains As 1 had previously seen at military executions friends to take his body away after his doom had been clearly was it foreseen that his annihilation a Vouly be Complete his whole Frame scattered to the winds the mor suls left in All directions for the beasts and Birds of prey. The troops were now told off in three divisions the wings wheeled up the Artil Ery brought into the Centre thus As it were re forming a hollow Square except on the Side on which Tho prison or stood. A single gun was now brought up turned in linked. The Driver willingly trotted a Vav to the rear. The prisoner was desired to Advance to did so Ivi thin a Pace of the muzzle. The Deputy pro Vest Marsial produced a Cord with which to bind him to the gun. For the first time Surat seemed shaken. He made a special request thai he might not be tied Down. The general was solicited to consent it should to the prisoner turned upon him a look of Tho sincerest and most Heartfelt Gra Shook after the european manner with tin Provest marshal and after receiving his by Given walked boldly up to the can non and pressing his body against the muzzle threw his arms around the gun itself gave one last glance ant stooped his head Down to the piece. At Tho same instant a signal Xmas Given the ready lighted match
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