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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 1, 1846, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaTiocka Eaf tale. A y James p. M a g in editor and proprietor. Tioga co., a. Re tvs dollars in fifty cents per an 1 " of deducted i and for Cash actually in and Doc Pup Ciceu the incr Dollar will be deducted discontinued until All arrearage a a the option of the editor. Cruise Inonu. Noi exceeding twelve lines in proc tines for one Dollar and for every us " no in Frt inn twin Eytive notices Jin inserted for seventy five Cerro Neffe Tor one or three insertions the same. Discount to yearly advertisers. Woman wooing j of. F5 ill i v Artois Contri 3e hebrews w Ere a Peculiar people in Rols Hast so in a mar Moi the operations devolving upon in slut before attaining to of Konub Al w Ere emphatically pee i Lor ii Siance when Isaac desired r t 1 ins father sent Lizur his 11 Coj i it Bru e for him Isaac did Flie will make myself beloved of j mum entertain her with Fine Dis a of tar her engaging eerily 1 y re i 11 Praise her Beauty----1 Mut to see a t to i ibid person it never t at Oil neither he nor his Fath pc Mecca but when eli7ur bad a Laban her brother asked h Sci ill go w Ith Man and she go we see that love w is j u led in this Case this to marriage w is i lir ii i Between Abraham and was it customary for the off Lorf there being oftentimes no cd or a twee the parties it was Usi on o be courted by proxy t Strung moved to love in arise it in the bosom of 1 Ina be adv diag Ems caters to i t pro Ever so much dowry i in according As you will say a Coj to Vever made an inno Vali l Slom and visited Rachel himself i i i Ard kissed her and lifted up is no Jacob made another in lie ones said t id la Little to do with their i were regarded As a species not at All As companions Bel Here was the Chirm which ruled y Siren pc cittern Etc Low severe his penalty of Fegre again to the fold of method of prosecuting still worse they Rebr de to inca i the Sale of which was extensively carried on hey were so violent a son who took them of s Only of life. They images before the fire b son represented Iby then would be proper Uon ably warmed by to others equally foolish Lisej the romans these things Plutarch Lus a roman general love portion cams Ca to deprive the per use and not Buncom Iso used to in Ell Wax believing that the per temptation of his Poplion in the world if despite his convictions to the Cin tray he nevertheless went astray Aud kept these and Many Ere constantly pied greeks in tells of that Lucill Ost Bis senses by a Gula was thrown in stray for years the Effort by fast recovered himself and As Primacy of the moral and the to a fit of madness by Winch was Given him by his wife Lucretius too fell a sacrifice to the same Folly while the greeks and romans were Fon nil in these foolish practices Bud narrow open Lons the barbarians the celts gauls arid germans although their wives were a cies of slaves had arrived at a much Superior Point in lie relate Garden their wives Vii were Gall and desired the attic to mistresses scandi Nai proud and scarcely than the men and c lovers distinguished Cea had a custom his addresses to a her in single combat led her off in a lies i Ace to Aflfe Lions and Jeni Irr and and but a Hen he to set he treasure equal to the Ivy Nel in to Purchase t mine an i Manife led n the Tei Jer eyed Leab was laity posed upon Hira instead of the Beau Cna i i a i torn in nil times Fortne ii of to upon the Meri j f ins is proper or nol Lor g has was her husband and such Are some o courtship a full a interesting and mgr the unforgiving we ome limps he slate of excitement when Calm and Coo never to forgive an the part of another apr and relentless is t it it is impolitic a were to submit ours we we us never to tvs of love they h respect and Vene it and sentimental is end hearts of to Lan women were Chaste Ess Emulous of glory consequently deman the Field the s a Young Man Pettid by for him to eng Ige he he if he vanquished if she conquered slave the modes of ancient out of which form an Tive chapter temptation and mercy. Individuals when in a and indeed occasionally avow a determination offence or an insult on this deposition so bit not Only Ann Chritian j unreasonable if we ves to the same severe to i have treasured up be cancelled or blotted Ortity rot to be easily o Nave been exceptions look Hail by Law the t of interest. A marriage the brother of Case Tea d c Ecea be this from the our errors and mis doings the future would present a sad and gloomy Prospect indeed we Are All More or l less liable to temptations of feel i ing of passion of prejudice of ambition Andrj of having yielded in adj of penitence and forgive and he in return had the the condition i u fun in should come to i i in f tie elders and Loose the Hoe in tit in his face c oin obtains Strong the he i u Hen a wife Dies Thi _ Llo a ferry the sister r in no Nan whom the Mainil of Fleet a widow is Broth or of her tiling is Artic tired n the Rorr 11 a a to k of Danen the ngut of lodged in Aid prom the the by both sexes without Libia in or Embarrass sent and n Ness should be c. Would be emitter very Many says an i lore some Over pow i in youth but in a i bid that either the shut us out from ally sed against our Lou through life Many eminent writer fall Bel ring temptation not Onlin ure years one or Ibe but god fort other in Oulu return it is Only a the Man who wilful Fly and deliberately Cho i ses the wrong As that which he is i i termed to follow that the door can be sail to be closed Forl every other there is Al ways an Opportunity of retreading his Eter of abandoning evil and seeking right n in no is carried further courting than n j woman Falls in i i f. To his fathers i s p Aion in a Cost Lende tin intr Ai d promises most sul ii be so Mobil he make excuse o j r pie Anil takes up her re he continue Obs Tina is Lur Enle her Kindred Are i or hot or and he Bas no to Betake himself to flight m. Dispose in of 1 i l Sio a o Delilah it would of Israel were Denie the the love this is doctrine Liberal no on and and Vicissitudes b i Flint of he Frt the and the despair a de from the not wrong we have individuals have t the commission o or the fusion and Puzzle Rady i infatuation that c benevolent and flu a can Tell the inducements which another hat been struggle of mind hip exc Ernest the madness the time of having Depa path and followed the known instances in which ample with dismay after f some act of guilt have ther till the j in a female in marriage Sam one that was Beautiful 1 in us father i have seen a to c Era of the philistines now i 8t i r fur me to Wile 1 How raid not ate a to logo to Mere so her Lor me for she please it his Lope y re h me Otine time of the nation spoken of to 1e Little is known of tins matter e East the women being so Litile seen Anvil use or courtship was eagerly seized a there was Oflyn a plurality of overs or became fashionable to fight for i fair As society improved this barbarity fed and instead of fighting a pub Lee Loa in Oexle Rily and in wis the 0 desert but As it gave ise to which were handed from Genera generation a method of bargain and barked the further Progress of society was among the greeks As Lover bad an Opportunity to disco his his mistress he has accustomed to House the Public walk and Dick the her name on the Walls of in of i fair one s House with Flowers and and to make libations of v to and to Sprinkle the Entrance 1 liquor after the manner that w at Ike Temple of cupid Gar Lan use among the greeks in a stairs of a or Ision of the when a Roan United his Garlati i composed one it was a conf Ibern subdued by this passion me be it the b prac s were be i been perfectly appalled at the in Dimity of the overwhelm Ned with shame and con d and confounded As to the uld so have overcome beb nil such the erring should by gentle arid generous Means be won Bajc to Well Doin they see he Fale step they have Terken and they would gladly retrace the path but the world too of enjoins in the shout of reproach and indignation exults aver the fall of another human being and hurries on the poor wretch who has committed the error up some Mare Des Perate act of darkness and despair i t is no Angel voice Consolation urge penitence to utter sympathy and give Ness and Yec mercy is one of line Blest attributes of our a Aquije the Man i fro can look with a lenient Eye non the e of his fellow creatures seeing they done wrong is willing to Snake is and to urge them to return again to to e i the of rectitude and duty is in Deelii a Lan in the True the would that thu Tai to win the Erni to forgive them on to belter conduct for the future duty is Indef ii a can real the ennobling Sens disposition were t greater efforts we in from their first for the past and cd when Howe temptation by find themselves Contd but bunter shrinks and Cha Ter qualities of heir in h Ria nity is weakens and they Rush on career o guilt i d All its fearful co Ces who Bas has not strayed wavering Recti at the idea of i closed against h Fer no matter the re by it Only denounced a and persecuted. Is within them l Leir nature Are pm Dea d 4 be the Litt and blindly t comm filed May from High inn Ille and the lofty St perfection a itt yet who would i ii it the door of of m of be in do John h of deep his Contr seen de is Era Len Iran Art it St re who ipod of eness luf immoral and wrong roust have aus and a Noble one. He d therefore end if sincere Ghoul taken by the hand freely and which heat erred the ngut Over been r the veg by credit i not Only be the darkness of his past charac forever from the a should forget if possible and assured we forgive. Should act Here in Humble imitation of our Faith teaches us to tape from the Justice ill ugly but Ter should be Emory w should Howardj others he spirit that and the mercy of he great Ter Ihui Tirck. Judge Hereof Queen Victoria in trouble. The French and be the habit for a to i our articles to their c by extracts or wholes i foreign policy the to their Gian ers have Beed g time of taking in Espe Lal use either of notices upon reals of Belgium have Ages ensure translated transferred Loas their own amongst others Wiir article on the King Consort has referred to by Many journals Euch As la France the following out of it and of other by the curious portion higher character. We think be am used by the Way in we largest Type in a Premier far Nal it is the More interest Tant As it shows the opinion May be supposed to exist at t her most gracious majesty it a visit. It is for his reason tire to item Verbis barring t the English ministry h contend against whigs and Toi client friends of a few weeks nil a journal of much imbroglio made of our journal be too Happy to have no to than the Corn Law repeal John Russell is calling out Bill loudly i lifsted upon b Bestul the Queen is new difficulties. The principal character of our Young Sove u r readers will chit figures in s of Lac Jonir a nay import if France As it us time when contemplating we give it in a Slation s not Only to is against an ack it would e pressing care or which lord or the coercion Laird Jeorge he of its feature in the eign indomitable will which is Only irritated but not repressed by obstacles attachment entertained by 1 he passionate the Queen for the question in the same Light in which m Dupin prese used that of donation. It must be Jaid he not be raised or it must be a is Vered in the the feeling of nation Muil not be contradicted and the s Vareign must not meet with a refusal. Tie latter indeed would discontent both the and people and would be an affront to a Jince Albert. I the slur Tang Point Well established the court Jour nil goes on to show All the Bap piness teak England Bas owed to her different numerous claims of Queen Victoria on Public those which Are Given Tol Prince Albert by the birth of so Many heirs to the throne. In then alleges All the reasons which Pleadin favor of 4be Queen s Vii Hes and especially this hat Public l affairs must necessarily suffer from Queen s attention being absorbed by do s and the frequent inevitable re 1 j j spy events Render in the journal concludes Rod to Demon Tep alter is therefore frankly Brou gift f Piip d Essai love All by ithe Gentry and main against for mans wit Georges inspire find him cold jes a Star Victoria s e in Thea popularity urged of by he obligate effusions of new papers add of Pirha Mentar orators. He tory nobility know that u has but Little i favor in the Queen a eyes Ana assemble r Lund the dowager. Top great error of the Queen in s in her being St often Unab e to bold a court and the prefer enact she Irani fest fora i tired life even when Shle is not thus preve item the Queen sees Haroln any one but her Mother the Duch Ess of Jenk or perhaps the Queen Down Ger Peri race Albert la kept at Home and lit e rarely that his Chain is Loleng Bened Tuffini entry Toj allow him to pass the evening at tie Homes if i Tome privileged Nobles. More has this unfortunate Prince Bein Send an excuse at the a Omeril at a dinner Given the Siuai than on obliged and lost Cipa Lity Obercorn the greatest and of England have been beg words to accept places in chive the Prince As a Sov could prevail although in this behaviour found fault Prince Albert is at the present time the Tor ment of her ministers Queen Victoria is weary of honors and homage in which her husband has no share and Che Crown weighs heavily upon her because 15 obliged to Wear it alone her journey to the Banks of the Rhine was a lengthened martyrdom Queen Hail surrounded he Consort a Royal suite the Marqueses 01 Exeter and richest noblemen l lied by gracious he establishment of his Royal highness Prince went nowhere unless surrounded by a cortege of Baroness nothing in a non has been spared to give him All the a Peura ice of a Kirg but All their precaution Here etiquette was inexorable end refused to re reign nothing Queen resented with everything chamber the and secluded herself in he Only consolations offered by the King of Prus Sia to his fair visitor interminable re views and never ending concerts of Drums and trombones an additional salutation or the opening of both cities of a folding door would have done he Busin s3 far More effectually. Since the epoch of ibis journey the Queen has had but one idea what had Only been the vision of inv honeymoon and the flattering dream of mome its of tenderness Bas become an Idee file wishes to obtain for Privi e Albert the title o of Prince Consort Are too stale Anc the magical words King Queen too insignificant. Ictoria Royal will re soul by assuring store peace to her wounded _ ---------0 to he Prince both in and out of England the homage due to a crowned Bead if above All on the Happy Day when Victoria will enter that Paris which she has so Long desired to see and whose approach lord Aberdeen has already once were to be leaning on the Arm of a King All her dreams of happiness unfortunately the Minn would be fulfilled ers Are there and behind the ministers is the parliament. Ivys re her in tannic bind the ministers is the parliament. Be one Jemmy Vulec Oieu Lebi the old proverb the ref majesty is justly supp is of her ministers. Anger and entreaties will not Peel alleges his approach Duke the repose which renders necessary to him d at the obduracy applications tears Vail. Sir Robert be retirement the us advancing age lord Aberdeen re appears however fers to in colleagues that an attempt is being made to sound pub lie opinion. A journal i hich specially addresses itself to the elegant world and which is not unconnected with the artist Mcraey has suddenly published an article with this a King speaking openly of the desire entertained by her majesty and inviting discussion on this subject. This reminds us strongly of certain auteur which made such a four years ago the c Tirl journal places Isles of the mom sensation three of Prince the Hospit Ajit satisfied Queen Grams Persong Side Turtle Ter i and always ing the the with t ability ing Thi London h re to act a of the two nah i the obliged to substitute. Aik ust pmed to the re ast reigns is far Fri m p Iris Jer i Jan w Are Fiat very grand Teri onions habits is no Lack of e Bulanon amongst All the get at against what and Tatj key fill the life of the and ind Eil daring the in has Beld but two or Ihn t one Large Beall she is Almi St Endsor and sue Speaks of Renia i her departure for Paris has enter where receive teat and the i of sted their discontent by dese is Iraq my Rooni held by he Queen. His evry one a resident n As unnecessary the que eng to retain the court and in an of the retirement of t Miles have gone to establish Ibe filth and Brighton Willei orb ring to Depar t Lor Tai continent Ament were to Kerm Pate the discussion of Thel two important which Are Novi Occi spying their he desertion be general. Ose trades Bioh owe their Prosper essence of the Aristo Iacy in London e very Means and luxury beginning to i take Stence Depe the1 Gre alarm and Ren As the their Milfor effects of Lea proceed from to Oie of the principal complain it t against Trie Queen is the Winch Pei Vadis the wailing r Lafe the reception rooms a leaving them Loress have c cold lbs at the Tremis ladies a enjoy cold a pro Jdc who on All sides have warm but 10 Are in full nothing to preserve hem from obliged to he apart to or Tion put Post Lai up and Aing they often exposed to the freq be the lungs e and cat Arr to the account of by re half half pouts t far that purpose on Ibe ground or paved with Stone and a until heir Carr the file is erf co remain for More i clemency of to is thus a be v Vianes of Glass i matters Denen the last Duful weath colds and i Sto Erasey to n a court i Corn prom drawing s Are Ino Amana 9, which arsed Tot Royalty j in on greatness of Oom favo i was Idos Nally pro a deed the greater a Ater Gruel and j Ilieff when of be nobility Coughi and the n a to Ltd a do Yiju said a sex will Sci b Market Mal to boat 1 can Soffo when Bas not to a living Savl for thre i months past w Oman and a Gliss Are never out of Dane of the its or. The of interesting from the seat of War Matamoros from the n. Y. Spirit of the times an officer of the u s. Madam eos May 22, 1s.-16 dear my last i predicted that Ray next would be dated at Matamoras so it is although our Camp in in the outskirts of the City on the 17tb the general bad decided that we should move tothe Point selected Lor crossing the River and commence operations against Tye City we struck our tents Early that Rooming. Our unusual stir and act nity was seen by the enemy and no double attn used Loite proper cause we were All anxiously wailing the order to move when we were informed a parly had sounded and that a copulation from Gen Arista bad crossed to see Gen Taylor Gen Ricardo was at the head of it Arista proposed to Elev into an until they could hear frown mexi not doubting the Boundary would now be settled Gen t said no that be had offered them one some time since bad evinced the most Friendly disposition thai they would not agree to it when his army was weak and now that reinforcements had arrived he should dictate his own terms Ricardo wished Tif know if the general intended taking Matamoros t he said yes r offered to surrender All the Public property ammunition if be would not Cross the general said no thai be must have mar Arlo Ros if he had to Batter it Dove a and said thai now be was prepared to do it he told Biro to Tell Gen Arista that these and these o were his terms that the City must Capit late All Public property ammunition provi Sions must be Given up and thai to beep the army might March Obi and retire the deputation then retired to gel general Arista s answer which was to be communicated at 3 p m in the Mcentine the army marched and encamped three Miles off at the Point selected for crossing Gen t told Ricardo that Gen. Ampudia had written him that the War should be conducted agree Abl to the usage of civilized nations that in the last Battle the enemy had stripped our dead and mutilated their bodies r replied that the Woken who followed the army and the Ranc Beros did it and Bat they could not control our Brave old general re plied 7 am coming and i la control them for you during the evening Active preparations i were made for crossing the troops no re ply was Given to the general s preposition the country people kept crossing id us and reported hat the army had deserted the City i and retired on the morning of the 18 h confirmation was received of the reported flight of Arista and his army the scale was still working Early in the morning the dragoons the Light companies of the different battalions Ridge c late the lamented ring Gold s artillery and the Cly infantry were crossed i regret to record that in crossing Lieut Stevens of the 2d dragoons was drowned he was a Fine Young officer much beloved by his regiment and Bis death threw a gloom Over the Camp for a fat singular destinies Are we reserved and How certainly and irresistibly one has to Advance arid fulfil his late he was among those Gallant Fellows who stared death in the face in the late Brilliant charge of capt May Battle of Reaca de la Palma with balls scattering around him in every direction his life was spare Only to be delivered up in a few Days in the Waters of the Bravo the general decided upon crossing the rest of us at the upper ferry of the City As we approached the ferry we saw our boys in Possession of the fort and rapidly engaged in preparing to run up our Flag just As vie reached he Bank capt Kerr of the 3d dra goons ran it up it floated gracefully in the Breeze and proudly waved Over Mexico j the men of the advancement up Bree Licary cheers o Welcome the Flag of Ribeir country perhaps or. Those cheers Woitte i there was a rope stretched across Tel River and three boats manned by mexi cans ready to transport us we had the Felicity of ferried across by lilo enemy As we landed the companies formed and awaited the arrival of the others when the whole of the 3d regiment was formed it moved off to the right to the tune of Yankee Doodle did you Ever Bear it or Spir it 7" i Seekon you never did in a foreign Lane juice conquered by Good honest hard blk jars if you did you never heard such an honest cheer As arose from the Gallant Fellows on the opposite Bank when the drum and Fife gave us that air which fils at All times an american s breast with the purest pain Tum i All was excitement and every one boiling Over with Amor it was a proud Day for the american army Citi webs in any number came Down to see us Many of them who ten Days ago fave jut our throats were now a Partal y our warmest friends Shook our hands heartily and cried lustily Amiga we Here saw gome signs of the Harry in which Arista bad left As we landed near the fort boxes of destroyed ammunition presented themselves and it was rumoured Attu has since been confirmed that two pieces of Cannon thrown into the River the army left during the Day and night of Ibe Nih Dost precipitately taking with them As it appears 11 pieces o f artillery and any big thing but a Supply of ammunition oar Victory is More Complete than to claimed credit for. The Cit Icena say that Ansia had not Are Meb with him what a become of the remainder of the 000 the bloody Battles of the 8th and 9th, and the Whir Pooli of the Bravo Tell be i our brigade encamped Brittin half a mile of the City we had indulged he of being Qatar tried in it but our worthy Gener Al saw lit to direct otherwise. Women key say Are All curiosity but if hey Ever Felt More than vre had to see that City i say god help them we bad encamped but a Short time before a party of us Rode no to gratify the consuming passion never have i been More did distance More Chuio Ashly lend enchantment to the the Malain Oroa As seen from fort Bros re u not tiie Matamoros that we hold As it May be interesting to you 1 will try to give you some idea of the City. First Rode up the Plaza which is a Large Square surrounded by China Trees the Bouses surrounding the Square Ara of Brick or Stone the parts used As stores or of and Ibe second Atory As 1 Bey have of defensive works sir Well Jivery from the Plaza and again crossed b others the Cathedral occupies a Large space of one Side of the Square and is an in finish 1 mass of masonry directly opposite Calli Edral in the Pron pro Perly i trait it the Poison and the there Are a great Many stores add quite a Large Market Bouse which i am told is Well supplied i West to visit the different hospitals the Are fillet with the a founded and dying the stench hot arose from them from want of police was disgusting you could Tell at a glance Ibe wounded of a o Alia or a la Palma the latter Verc mostly Lull it wounds whereas the amputated i Jinks Bolij of the Cannon 9 fearful execution in the Formi a beside one fellow a Beautiful girl of 17 was seated keeping off the flies Bible was Bis wife in another Corner a Lynnl the Mother and her children Werf the used by their wounded fall a one by get eyed Lille girl quite look n y and my Bear bled to Ihrk that bus Early be should be introduced to so Nuch w so on one bed was a and her was one dying holding in his hand the grape shot that Tad passed Bro Bis bread he showed it to us with a sad countenance i left the Hospital shocked with the horrors of War the army have left then1 wounded comrades with very Little at Tention to their wants i then rods All round the City As Yon a the Honses become More de leave the cached with Sowers and them a a is looking seen col to ii of the City col Lef lion of general the Mil n in i a i Auto cities 1 he worthy col Onel has a u Mantle of Over All an arils around them some with Trier pretty shrubs to ornament u Bolf it is certainly Roeland of Ibbett City i have Ever us has had the Especial charge s far As the discovery and the Iii inc properly in concerned inclined interfering with of Bis own in throwing his Roi Clion and find or prefect has often Felt the effects of it he has carried on his examination Wanh he greatest Energy and Success he has discovered several pieces of Small ordnance All Kim s of munitions of War in Lue Gre Teol album Ance an immense number of the greatest Quantity of tobacco and segues k Quantity of Corn and Lum Ber a great Deal of powder and different kinds of Mimun Ilioiu had been thrown into the Wells the prefect testified no great willingness to make discoveries or disclosure but the colonel was too much for him the Quantity of munitions of War collected Here is immense our seizure Carmol amount in value to less than i put that Down As the Kast Ibe greatest Quantity of cigars tobacco and cigarillos Ware seized the gov Ein Orient enjoys the monopoly of the Sale of Lomax of an immense Revenue is derived from it you any imagine How Groat it is when Alley sell Llie Plain Leaf at no cents Ter ounce these munitions of War have been collect ing Here since iat to s invasion of Texas Large quantities of anchors were discovered intended to be i e in anchoring boats and Bridges upon Dutrh to Cross their armies upon their 6lhance Efto Texas they Havo brought them to rather a bad Market. This army completely broken Irp i do not think they can Supply themselves Short of Vera Cruz or Mexico there Mill a fico More Jig Hittig at present you May rest assured. We have t left such Marks upon them that they Carat soon forget i i cannot but repeat that we All feel proud that this has been the work the army proper we vere All Well aware of the undeserved remarks that had been in re Ference to us by some portions of the press and Ica Only Asiel for an Opportunity Smalt As we Weie to Troie to our country Bat be bad a Safe in Cor in out Small but Gallant Force i3y far Ibe majority of the offi cers were of the military Academy All did their daily and Many themselves Uyi heir skill and Borough Flenow ledge of their arises from their instruction received at Bat Best of Mili tary the West Point Academy. In the hour of our country s danger she will always prove her and her graduates will show 10 heir country and be world Ibal Ibe Hnnry expended in the Edu cation of so talented a corps of officers bit not been thrown Anay richly will she be repaid for every cent exp med our Alma mater May be proud of her sons Eona Picolas. By have they shown themselves soldiers upon thu Jirld of Battle away hereafter with opposition to an institution that reflects Cre Dit upon our country and tarns Forth into the world yearly a class of Young gentlemen fitted Lor any walk in life i have paid a visit to the City Spile of id filth n company with Lieut s i called

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