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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 27, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIwa Aaron s hebrew tribes. Total Ruth and. D. Ancient ung Witch of Endor. Id in Jerusalem. The last. Probable Fernt covenant. This fttgne.-. Ruins in from in. The m. Jeremiah Eek ice by a. A Zachariah acrid with Toliah. Tomb of Zee Iari. Dan Plain of Jor curo Phat and. Brook ent tombs Christ a Christ in the Ning the feet of Cessions Peter sepulchre Ai i of Raffaelle miraculous Shes Christ s using the lame Man re Barnabas and Paul at i preaching at Athena of and in Athena Inda at Thessalonica a school ancient Fri is Oriental ancient ruins costumes Trees bipeds of the attention of the Young impress scripture on their memory while the attention of ail to Tow ume inspiration. La other nay Oan a person me a count of Money to so Tage for his family. Ioui Chetian whose thy word is sweeter Tofau y Yea sweeter than e Holey every thing to open the treasures i must be worthy of his at of it is by the discovery is of excellence and Isle for the study of the be cherished and Incret is of this publication. Single copy handsomely pages 8 to. With Mere Hundred Beautiful to is fixed at the extremely e of Only two Dov inducement to Combine Nanies in the country who scribing for the work Hall for ten the supplying the company the d by one person who is to Money free of Pottage Kage to be forwarded to him it who will become respond panties in tha country Waco ies shall receive then for s to id very Liberal. E publisher the he Public to his editorial of Han Library in eight Rol bound containing valuable religious and Swiett Complete Lor Only tet let h has been published usurer on and of Anent minister of Alldene n the United states Cata of an extended i Lew of the the Library May be obtain Lanti ties at the above place discount made to n the country wishing to a May obtain All action by addressing their e subscriber no. Nas i. Y. City. Robert Sears a super Nten Daou Asci Bath schools Nageott of re a papers and and booksellers itry Are respectfully our agents. Of jape of Tarot go or copying tire Irh Barf any alteration in. Including it twelve inside 5 a Eddy of this by i will be take i from lost h printed and published every wednesday j. P. F 3 00 a year payable tolf yearly in Advance or so if not paid Whin Wellsborough wednesday january 27, 1841. Whole no. 128. The Eacle. Iowa cot7ntt, a thin the o f the a Noval of the or s body fion its in is. On Board the frigate Bill additional particulars of interest Ait in the subjoined report of count Rohan Chabot a in Captain Alexander the French and English commissioners a k a Rcd three limn far Dollar and to superintend the exhumation. Furt by insertion Twenty file cents. Jitter mentioning tha persons who entered within the enclosure the re conditions. On received for a Shorter period nor will any paper be Discon t ,11 arc paid but at the ,. Lilier i fit Nti Nln Brinsf nut More a Square i charged in the Miriiam extending , will be harmed to a Square and Lanse making Lix Linn of Uxa polevia. Stained with it but very Little was seen enit a on the lower part of the face on thu or on the toes. Z Hout the Renpei or was in Ati position As when it was placed in Hie coffin. The up per members were Laid at length the left Arm and hand resting an the left thigh and lower limbs were slightly Bent. The head a Little raised rested on a Cussion. The voluminous Skull the High and broads forehead presented with hard Ami Yel Iron railing Low tegument closely adhering to them. The latest English and parisian papers a a filled the details of the funeral pageant of the 15th oif and All the Seata occupied i Hun they got. N. At 2 o clock he Arnova i of numer december on which Day the body of with their aids de Camp i i i .1 71 7 -1 _ or the Voi in Tufe hotel Des inti Lides. The weather was in tensely cold and to this circumstance some of the journals attribute Tho comparatively peaceful and quiet manner in which the mercurial parisians be have on the occasion. No doubt the prudent precautions of the police a d pc j of t their port process As times fur seventy Jive in 3-4 of Vve first removed i r 1 fir every time after. The Price fur one 8u1touikjecl the Tomb together such appealed also the contour of the thormities and the imposing airplay of with the Strong layer of stones on orbits the upper edges of which were i military Force had quite As much influx which it was fixed and the covering of furnished with the eyebrows. Under ence a weather. The Tomb 11 feet 6 inches by 8 feet 1 the eyelids were still the be distinguish at nine o clock on the morning of Inch composed of three slabs set in a de the ocular globes which had lost the 15th, the signal gun for the Corn second edging of masonry was then very Little of their volume or of the ceremonies was fired. Guards arms of in three insertions the same a Liberal reduction la Thane who advertise the if ear from she Delaware Gazette. My Mother. Of i remember a girl 1 stood Iho old Arm chair and twined around the space fill curl that fell in ringlets irom her hair i Baiod upon her gentle face and thought thut Nono was half so fair on memory s Mirror still i Traco affection1 smile that lingered therr. And i remember when we met at hour to Kneel and Pray. How conscience smote me with Rei Iret when guilty of lome wrong lint Day a Strong ii precision then was Given which limn nor change could o or Climaco or Joann life my hops in heaven. To Bright May All be trac d. And 1 remember when a in do i the tears from off her Check i knew not then Tho cd Hing tide that choked Hor so Sha could not speak but when i knew in after the fueling of a of then i prize holy w Tho i remember too when pain and t Crew scorch d my weary head my and hallowed name almost awoke me torn the dead i i remember How she wept when i Lulu Hope of waa Jivin and Hope on tip ton round sin1 erupt to Kneel and Point me up to Heine. Who that has known a Mother s love o or forget her a Ranu mild j it her prayers must Ever Jerore the tie that binds her to her Lulu. The world May use her Olti Pring ill he nay became Aud Low but pity on that alter Felt mingles with Lave ,1 brighter glow. Ime on Earth More d a where churl. At that Waluch St Izill the feel Yiirs glows an altar there the Light of earthly friends boo us the Best. S. V c. Wilmington del., dec. 15, 1810. From Tail s Madonna Tor december. C h a n g e. Change change the Mournful Atory of All that a gone Mclore the wrecks of punched glory be strewing every shorn. The shattered Tower and , that frown d on every Glen in broken language Tell us of Tho flee Long Power of men. Change the Icv Tho is sweeping o or Many n cottage Hearth the lidded hand is reaping o or some a conc of household mirth. The Rhea is bound where daughters round their mothers used to spin and where Little feet did Patter full often out and in. Change change for All things human kingdom states of amp est Wing Lave their flight and fall i common with the meanest mortal tiling with Beauty late and passion with All of earthly with life s smallest Wavelet Rushing Curling Hrank Furg into dust where arose in Marble grandeur the Wall d cities of the , the sullen winds now wander o in i ruin huddled waste. Real is the Palace splendid the owl m 11 once wings o or floors where Eye attended the Sandal lid feet of Kings. Bull change go thou and View All Des lately sunk. The Circle of the Druid the cloister of the Monk the Ibby holed and equalled will its grass Mif Ieti staggering Wall Aik by whom unhallowed twas change that did it Alt but mind the living from time s each succeed in birth " 11 receive More of heaven will retain some less of Earth. More of truth and iras of error less of hate and More of world below shall Mirror a the purity above. Removed. This was done by half past the eyelids were completely closed. From the hour of four however in to dome one. We then found a rectangular Wall Adhe Arad to the Subjacent parts forming the four sides of a vault 11 were hard under the pressure of the us feet deep and 8 feet by 4 feet 8 inches Ger. Some eyelashes were to be seen Geog Posi Jontef for viewing the prices the re it of the Altaj. Near the in the area this vault was filled with in their edges. The Bones of the nose Earth to within 6 inches of the and the tegument which covered them and the Bustle of the orderly officers announced that the Roya cortege from the Tuil series was at hand and a a Lite Funte and inf of of 21 Gans ushered in the arrival of the Famh King Drums in the Nave beat. The number of Royal Salute and the archbishop. Prece pari9 and thai under in ded by the clergy advanced towards Esti rated at about end of the Nave As of to receive his majesty but there was some mistake the of .n4 artillery lit this part of the ceremony Lor the r j i f a a a the non commissioned officers veterans. Procession before it reached great door was stopped and had to return. The King and the Royal family did not come up the Nave but went at once his majesty wearing the the non commissioned officers veterans gtd armes municipal guard Speurs Pompieri presented an effective men. I and deterred by the extreme cold thousands the naut Alguard took his had been moving in the most Adlanta seat on the throne prepared for him to r t _ lion of being an honest Man pay Roar. Pay your debts. 1. If you wish to secure the repute Sion. The line of March from the Bank were princes and his majesty s of the Seine where the Steamer con aided de lamp. On the left of the altar the debts. 2. If you would avoid bringing Dis Grace upon the religious party you be after having dug into this Earth for were Well preserved the tubes fld no Taining the remains of Napoleon Lair was the archbishop of Paris with a 6 feet 10 inches we found a layer of Styls alone had suffered. Cheeks to he in the invalid is where Bishops assist me the cure Des inva ,8 7 a Wapra full. Fpo Ament of this part h 3 it you Are anxious to get a Good roman Cement adhering firmly All Over the surface and hermetically fastened to the sides of the Walls. By three o clock this layer having been com Ness Petely Laid baie the commissioners descended into the Tomb and verified that it was perfectly intact and without any injury in any part. The of Cement Cut ,, it was to contain Ano ther Lay a inches thick in blocks of Otone fastened together with Iron stanchions which we were not Able to get removed until after four hours and a half work. The extreme difficulty of this operation decided the English commit Mouers on cutting a Trench on the left of the vault and on knocking Down the will in 01 d or to arrive at the coffin in Case of the upper la or Offar inn too Strong a lems Unce for further efforts which Scio made him Juneous by to Pierce Thio Tigh it. But the layer having been Euli Ruly removed by about eight o clock the works of the latter Al Trench were immediately under the or thus demolished we found a Strong slab 6 t 7j niches 3 feet wide and 5 inches thick forming Tho covering of tha Interior containing the cof Fin. This slab perfectly sound surrounded by an edging of blocks of Stone and roman Cement strongly fastened to Tho Wall of the vault. Thu last piece of masonry having been carefully and two bolls having Beon fixed on the slab every thing was ready behalf past tune Lor opening the Sancho pad Tomb by slab by order of of Lime about to Aud he waa rated by Means commissioners on the Edge of i he Tomb. Anglo bored As soon a the Collin was visible uncovered their hed Wera full. The of this part of the face were for their softness to the Trinh and their White Thoie of the Chin were slight were to be interred was adorned military trophies and All accounts agree hat effect was magnificent beyond All description. The body hav ing Boon received from the Prince de Joinville by a procession of priests in full canonical was conveyed to a spleen and still preserved the Peculiar Type of Ujj erected for its reception Only Blue a they had borrowed from the which had grown after death itself had undergone no change ceases and ladies in attendance. Under the dome around the cat Falque the ministers and were stationed. In the left Branck of the transept were the of the chamber of dept the face of Napoleon. The thin lips were parted and three of the incisive Teeth very Wiite appeared under the upper lip which was a Little raised towards the left. The hands were perfect not having Undler gone any change. Although the joints were stiff the skin preserved that Peculiar color which is Only to be found in the Man. The nails of the ringers were Long and adherent and White. The legs were in boots i f Ai you aim to a Kuzj and clergy. In an enclosed heat and be Cha. A ice Fop King were the Queen the join you. Goods never delay to pay your debts. 4. If you wish to obtain seen credit Asroui business May require be sure the pay your debts. 5. If you would remain on of the left Bank of the Seine where it remained during the performance of cer ties and on the right were the Peers Friendship with those you Trade with and members of the Council of a in the two enclosed beats were pay your debts. The if pc and accounts. Next to these on the right were the members of the Cour Royale the Council general of the Seine and the municipal Council at their head the pre of but in consequence of the opening of 000, there was ample accommodation the seams the last four toes were out on for at least More. The Tain religious rites which occupied judges and officers of the courts of upwards of two hours. Long before the firing of the signal gun the immense Amphitheatres erected on each Side of the Avenue leading from the Quay to the principal Entrance of of the hotel Des invalids began to re Fec of chive those whom Fortune had favored Belice Tho staff officers of the National a j us la t t with tickets Andt although the number f of Money never let Cash remain of tickets d slivered amounted to if you would avoid embarrassing others who Are depending upon the settlement of your account pay your debts. 8. If you to prevent and litigation keep your accounts Well and pay your debts. Wish to Aid in the circus a each Side. The skin of these toes was of a dead White and furnished with nails. The Anterior Region of the Tho Rax was much depressed in the Middle and the sides of the belly hard and sunk. All the members covered by the cloth ing appeared to have preserved their shapes. I pressed the left qom which i found to a hard and diminished in thickness. As to the clothes they appeared with their colors so that the uniform of the horse Chasseur of the several hours elapsed before the funeral car made its appearance and in the interim the people were compelled to dance to keep themselves intensely cold was the during this period a Large Bird of prey supposed to be an Eagle was observed hovering Over the Esplanade. This circumstance produced a considerable effect upon the minds of the Multi tude. A Little before one the head and the Council of the left were the 9 if you would do soothers As you members of the University the inst Wuh them do you you it to tute and other Learned bodies and the a tour debts. Tribunal of instance and com 10 u you Wigh to 8tand Clear of the Merce the staff of the hotel Des inva he of j and making fees. Sex. Lides prefects and mayors of depart cd Gest pay ment a Little before three two guns in Quick succession and then 19 others announced the arrival of tha Imperial 11. If you desire to pursue your business with peace of mind pay your 12. If in the expectation of death you would like to leave your affairs in a Latis factory condition pay your coffin at the Entrance of the the archbishop immediately went with his clergy to receive it and to Sprinkle Dei Tsi it with holy water. At three precisely 1g_ if you Wigh to is what in right 01 the the orchestra began a solemn March in the sight of god and Man you must old guard was to a recognized by the procession was seen entering the Long and the clergy re entered the Nave Chan Dav your of the coat and its Lull Gilt at Siwl it he a Colos dark Green red facings. Tha grand cordon of the legion of Honor was across the Waist coat and the White breeches were part is and Tho abbe la covered by the hat which was Pla Reau sprinkled holy water and recited Tho do r profound is. The common sinners then descended to inspect Llie coffin which they uned Well preserved but a Small portion of the lower , which although it on a Strong lib thai rested n blog of was slightly decayed. Some sanitary precautions having Buen a rain by tie surgeon an express was sent of to his excellency tha governor to inform him of the Progress of the operation and the coffin was drawn up by Hooks and cords and carefully transported beneath a tent raised for us reception. His excellency the straight Avenue terminated by a Colos Ting and moving slowly towards the should your debts be Ever so old statute of the emperor which leads dome at this moment the excitement or should you we taken the Benefit from the Quay to the principal Entrance was music died away of the if you have the Means you of the invalids. This Avenue was there was a dead silence throughout the not a just Man unless you pay your Star Anthe thighs. The epaulettes the the breast and turned Black. The Gold Crown of the Cross of officer legion of the most celebrated i Honor had alone preserved illustrious Asylum chosen Vasses of Silver appealed Between legs one surmounted by an roue above the Knees they were found entire and closed. As there were adhesion Between these vases and parts at accompanied by his staff hey touched i uncovered them a Little Middlemore ins Aid de Camp and a dietary and capt. Barnes major of the pure entered tent to be Tea Etal the opening of the in Ner coffins. I Tho part of the Leaden coffin was then Cut and raised with the greatest precaution Nhia it was found a Collin of Wood in very Good state and correspond inn to the de scrip the King s commissioner not thinking it right thac they should Fobe removed for the purpose of a closer Examina Tion. For h s ashes. Length the car was Een the mighty cat1 drawn by sixteen Black horses covered with Gold the car Brilliant beyond compare and yet neither deficient in Tasto nor void of mourned semblance. And Here perhaps the most Beautiful of the Day the Central Road filled with troops and the precession advancing Between tin colossal statues just de adopt the Fol and equipage Sive clothing abstain from wine and cers of the army surrounded with a an intoxicating liquor and never keep closely pressed throng of sailors with it in your House do not sink your the Young Prince behind the pall bar by purchasing Plato a spin the ers at the angles and a crowd of offi furniture have As few parties As Possi cers following which moved up the Clr urch at r very rapid rate. The effect of this first coming into the Nave when one testified their respects by a ble be careful As to speculation and never extend your Trade beyond your Means never aspire i profound stillness ii and All the troops presented arms was one of the most imposing parts of the ceremony. Be ers in Banks few men about and none of Suspicia determined to refuse i 11 i Mitiu Walii Uana 01 lib ceremony. Joe in i the process verbal remark scribed separated irom one another by Forth coffin had however reached Jaca Reful As to Len Tinon on at the above details though they might urns emitting a lurid Light while the the Entrance of the dome the solemn Ber Stolf As to Lenting Iton Good site Anu Corral Ponting to the Cie Scop uni a i Nusug n y filiph in Pichor ule of me Home me solemn eve or being bound with others avoid sons and recollection. Of the persons present have been Fuller Are sufficient to or five Back ground was hied on either Side March was again renewed and at length it Law suits be your books posted the lid of the a state of preservation of the body by the multitudes Hutu in the immense burst out into a glorious Strain of Tri d io0j a to the accounts of oui .1________c___j i Lornit Lorl Ahu 1ook w611 to Itic accounts of j Oul third coffin having been raised there was found Complete than the circumstances of the Amphitheatres provided for the occasion ump. Nothing could be finer. A lining of tin slightly oxidised which having also been Cut through and raised allowed us to see a Sheet of Satin this Sheet was raised with the greatest precaution by the hands of the doctor Only and the entire body of Napoleon appeared. The features had suffered to Little As id be immediately recognised. The different Obj club deposited in the coffin were remarked in the exact position where they had Boen placed the hands were Sirigu Early Well preserved the uniform the orders autopsy and inh mation warranted an expectation of proceeds As follows this is not the place to inquire in to the causes which have to this extent arrested the Progress of decomposition but there is no doubt that the extreme solidity of the masonry of Tomb and the care taken in making and sold and by numerous masts from which Tri co Lorenl Iti earners were gracefully floating in tie air formed a sight plete with Sich Beauty and interest Hal those who saw can surely Neer for As the car passed each head was uncovered and although the shouts of Vive Napoleon Vivel Empereur your customers bring up your family to 1 he Prince de Joinville than pre econ0my and Industry if you observe y seated the body to the King thege will always be sire i present to you the body of the with d Fortune to pay your 1 emperor debt of s y y cure for the a recent meet sword of of the London medical society or. Blake stated that the extraction or excision of Teeth . I i t was unnecessary. He was enabled he to the hat but Little the whole person Erine the coffins in Metal have Power which with the cries of Vive la to marshal Soult who presented it cure the most desperate Casee of Eon the King replied raising Hia voice i receive it in the name of Gen. Athalia carried the Tom Noff a he 6 a gave in fact seemed to indicate a recent inh mation fully contributed to this result. How the body remained exposed to the an for Only Ever this May be i Learned the effect at most the two minutes necessary for the the atmosphere Ori the remains and sir Ljeon to take the measures prescribed by his instructions in order to preserve it from fur ther alteration. The next document is an order of the Day from the Princene Somville to his Crews direct ing the various Points of naval etiquette to be Leroy Vive Prince de i r emotion prevailed and Many an Eye was convinced that the Best Means of i was with tears preserving still longer was to exclude them from its action. I eagerly com plied with the desire of the King s commissioner that the coffins should the car was preceded by the Prince de Joinville attended by his staff and 200 sailors of the Belle Poule. At to the King. Unless the disease connected with Rhea his majesty then addressed general mutism by the application of the following Bertrand and i charge str Medylo tooth Alum reduced .1 i to an impalpable powder two drachma m you to place this glorious sword of the Rou of Fiihr Ueva drachma j mix mad emperor upon his this the apply them to the general then did. The musical part of the ceremony cure far crop one of the was As efficient As the United talents of of May be 1 be a May a deju of execution in House but then nikkei a great noise in it att sesame t me Attoh w f9 w u Ike a a r g act but while they would be glad to above them levelled Down they la 11 of for the world have Telow them Tullid. Up. Coffin by or Guillard surgeon a cauj8ed All the wooden cases to vie close of Tho clergy and the Entrance by of tend As and those of of the body was munificent. After 1830. Lating the precautions mentioned above Winch were in opening the lids of the several coffins font mugs a follows sonnet hmm White which appeared to have become detached from the Lin ing covered As if with a thin Giaise All that the coffin contained. The cranium and forehead which adhered strongly to the Satin were partially the Cour Royale of Tho invalids where the archbishop of Paris in his Robes and All his clergy chive it. The Church of the the Interior of the Church was filled r Sorin for certainly is in Agathis the first voice heard was that of of w. Haw heart of by waited to re y lulled with its ring for water but never till recently to Compass the echoes of the immense ring Foi wheat. T to person rather and son edifice. Lablab Devdeep notes were lately succeeded in obtaining two barrels heard to Peculiar advantage. The service lasted altogether about a Little above tha Earl ii. They Metal to be hermetically soldered. The remains of Napolian Are now deposited in six of tin a second of , a third of Lead a fourth also of Lead separated from that within it by dust and wedges of fifth the sarcophagus of at an Early hour by the persons who an hour but on its termination a great the Reward of their bag Tarity i the sixth the outer Case of came in carriages and were allowed to number of the person who had begin aunty jail at spa Fri spa Fri

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