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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 5, 1848, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaTiol editor and proprietor. Tiona Coo hot f until All arrearage i in at the opt Ioja of the editor. Not exceeding twelve lines in l is Ilion Wenly five Centi. Wotier Junot for seventy Fite cents. Berah select r three insertions Hemme. Advert Seii. Story with a moral. Good what i 0 Noah my any i went Only that or. Grey was say ii he put on your then Hlin Neor y bl1 time t0 t0 o have the pleasure of jul Lau hed Clara oj3 be Clara Only hurl i a talked last Beau o r Lmh if what nonsense Harry you in o r o or of think to Clara but if ill compliment of Remetin you would have recollect i Timve to seeing you either i Clous really Harry you Fiir Jid my going out at All of no to Polk with Yourg Grey Jou learn it yourself m data what ate you think of 10 be sure it would be rather out f skier to see a surplice and bands do Ira Owyous 1 Settle Down it the part of it when you Lall Saul the Giddy girl me Clara when you speak How can i Ever Hope you Ito my quiet Little Home Clergyman s of the so Are in a. Very Jaeger r to Day i Hirv Iril. Began folding about re Creer ruling Ianc ids Wilh Bun and noir t even to Fease Jou Claro i to not tin old you e Rae a inter Preu Ltd of my words Are no Obj Octiva to or Grey s pulling on in Shaul nor to your dancing with him a 1 As Zuy other Pir Tuer by i think. Liening lae which we Bland i lie a right to Ajam to Jour Al in Man the Freedom of whispering i foil a he ii d last Anat Nie nil Long past Jou lid not my to being whisked and the a Rora in a Polla a All politics science Citero Turfe pro rolito 2vsricnlturc Annc amusement. Vol. 45.1 Harry your ideas belong to the m of peeled shoes and far Lei you would be laughed at fur them wry Poisik Al but of knew them when s n l Vej me the Hap Pitesa of con Enns your Betro hed husband they e not Obj Conable to iou then and i no Huv. Biry ice really so now was ii Lur a Fra cd so s rang As to make risk by co Foat to indulge in it Cura made a , ill pulled to pieces Zeul in her baud Anil walked on 1 Hope i Rov not Veie-1 you Cura you de i tilt. For sincere affect on and .0 Lucy you Vijeu i beg of you to f Evec the recurrence of such things again in Willij 1 am sure give me a Promise to Varitz i cannot i am engaged three to Morrolf at or. Chambers Ball three on Clara lowborn7 Wal Joes it matter i mean to dance film i 1 Hope be 1 do laughed at enough i a because Emily Chambers said you no allow and i dared not do and so to Yon were above the i Iron Giu a me pain you did it it i Jour Falc you Are so precise in in perpetual Check of saying or doing i melt leg you will not approve begin t i Thirsk and Ine Rose being now quite destroyed tit fenced nhe work of destruction on Bill Onsi i have no Witt to exercise any aul Only of my Ilea Iest Clara when Jon ii to my offer a much More lowly one Jive serve 1 ventured to Tell you How i lot i Clergyman s wife where those i Caneris of which you Ore so fond and ii with ale and promised to subdue Lui so migration and of Mallety which me Inch Unea Sioari for Home weeks kept your word but lately i Irith deep sorrow that the evil is threatens the ruin of Loppin ii must forgive me then if prising you leg i do i entreat you. Spirit Ball to Morrow i do no such it Molt of Rhode would Tay i Wai a i be laughed if you cannot give it up All log eth. Me not to dance those Daowei lavs promised George Grey i a. To i Tai n Vars Luv i ought to yen must not go you have no right to like or Grey and i choose to dance with him i Wil speak to your Mother the can prevent it if i hive no influence it will be of of me Mamma knows i m going and i am determined to Waltz to Lorrow with George Grey and Caplain James and any body bal asks me. I will not be of tooled at if i Wai a and angry Beauty swung her parasol round and round till you can control yourself you must on enl Loba under the remaining hands of hers you Are rash or. Craven Iain do let us have words ver a paltry dance and As worthless a Man ome Clara for our dear love s Sake give it a and i will drive you and mrs. Hebbert 0 Malvern to Morrow to spend a Long Day Vii my Mother you will have an adequate Incuse then my love if you need it Don t give yourself any trouble in find no an excuse i beg sir said Cla a As she saw in his words symptoms Oil i Hajj Ilion affection on which she delighted to Ilay i shall not require it. I promised of dance the Cellanda with Jeorga Gray and and i mean la do it not if forbid it t yes even then Clara do Noc go too far of will make me think you Cara More iban you ought for that Man per hop. You might be further wrong do Yon Wool to drive me mad but you Only say n to torment know that you positive assertions Are often said Ibe cooly. I take care Clara you May try Yoo lower too far. I cannot Bear this Long As you please i am indifferent a Vou will be sorry for this Clara i warn jh0u we shall and she hummed the Ann an polka at this unlucky moment or Gray Rode up and dismounting from his Embr ant1 walked them Clara evil Star was in Ibe ascendent and exclaimed after the first greeting y Chambers tells me we Are to have band to mrrrow and two new pol that she has expressly from Conjor is Are joing then i was half afraid St night you would not of course. Ftfe errand into Lawn to Day As to order Abo Quei to my great an Vance i find All the Flowers Are bespoke will you leave it to me Aske 1 Grey i can get you some Clara looked in rough her at or Raven who walked betide her end the Taw y Abe angry expression on her Kice How ditch he was annoyed and Ibe Power to do o called upon the Demon of coquetry in Ber Eart. Thank you if you will take the trouble us Rem Huober i shall depend on them they shall be upon your dressing table by six o clock to Morrow evening will Bat do they were now Ait the Garden Gate of Plara s Bouse and opening it or. Craven id in a Low voice almost inaudible with will you allow me los Peik to you a Moert had parted with the last of bar Gneiti and returned into the drawing room to Fin Ura a Jiing upon a Iowa her face buried i i in Thioni. Aat Down beside her an Zikias m allusion to bar lean said you came in Clara i have bad ver she looked left not hat Yon fear Bat Hill lad. Pott Hai brought late ried your father s youngest Sis was one of the very prettiest girls i Ever looked upon i have seen others More Cor Celly Beautiful but never ony Lone so be witching As Ehe Ivas. She was to Clever of she Wai Beautiful an d before she was eighteen be had received offers from some f the first men in Ibe country still she bad me grievous fault with All her kindliness of tear and Ber real amiability i she was n flirt Bow be could rec mile to her conscience the pain she Wanton y inflicted upon every Man who put him Elf in her Power i do not know but in Spile if warnings lectures and entreaties from us ii she went on co quetting with and Tor renting Ber admirers it was a add grief to Ler Mother and sister to see such mischief i Folly 10 possessing her but they bad one great Hope she had never Harreil seriously by any of Ber Niton and we trusted that i real affliction for some Worley object would ure Ber of weakness it was useless talk of or attempting to reason Wuh Ber for she Only laughed and ridiculed the Meu of whom be was making such wretched tools Lor her she viewed them in no other Way for her amusement and while the Felt course All remonstrance incr Eai pm the evil. Two gentlemen whom the had led on item by step to fancy she reciprocated the feelings made her offers and to their great and just indignation the feigned the Ulmot astonishment reclaims be bad never Ell the smallest inclination to change her state and wandered at their imagining orb Rise. Wuh one of these gentlemen your Amber Wai involved in a serious quarrel on her account and nothing but the interfere Ance of a judicious Friend could have Preven Ted the fatal consequences. Soon after this sue went from Home to pay a visit to an Uncle in the North and for a Lima we heard no thing from her but accounts of balls and. Gai ties then the name of an Omer she often met was frequently repeated in her epistles and at last a letter from the Young Man re queuing her permission to pay his addresses came to her Mother enclosed in one from speaking in High terms of Bis Char Acter and prospects. Honor top wrote a most glowing description of her was All the most romantic imagination could desire. He is quite a she said As Ery As the nights of Voltl and As not look at a verily believe e quarrel i with my Boquel if he Iho t was a favorite. It is certainly Loo bad it somehow i fell no inclination to flirt of and most fortunate it this de Cristion of Caplain Herne did not diminish or anxiety How far the evil spirit of co retry was destroyed in Honor we know not us it was evident her affianced would not endure tamely such treatment As she had been my to inflict on her admirers. I remember How anxiously it was discussed by your at Herand me and our Only Hope Wai in her Ery apparent attachment. Well the time came when she Wai to Etnan accompanied by her Lover. You May Nagine How eager we All were they Arr de in the evening and were shown Inlo this Ery room she when she Well it Oil How much lovelier when she came tack to us her rather Riddy manner and mischievous laugh were lamed into a Beau Wiful conscience and Umi Dily most delightful 0 see she was so exceedingly Happy and bowed it so openly that All fear of her re urn to her former Folly seemed absorb. And Ler Lover was Ibe very Beau Ideal at a Soldier Moie than usually band Tome Gay Frank and courteous be won our hurts awl had it no been for his Impe Texas temper and jealous dislike to any one approaching Honor w should hate thought him perfect As it Wai mowing Ber besetting sin we trembled Lei n some thoughtless hour lha should Riecl her happiness but when we looke Kopon he beaming face and undisguised affect our apprehensions seemed Idle and we Surov to banish them. Tha Day Wai fixed for their marriage and Wai obliged to leave he to make some preparation at his Beaulieu place in sure for the reception of his Bride 1 shall never forget their parting it a Molt distressing her grief was out of All Rea Ion and when at Lait he fore himself away Iba but herself in her own room and did no leave it in two Yiyi he waa to a Absen a fortnight and during that time Ibe received Lett Eli and wrote to him every Date time Wai fixed Foi his return and he excitement knew no she Wai most insane she could rest nowhere by Whan the appointed time arrived and he i not come aha was in a Moat Pitu us Itati a could hardly Preveat her from setting e into Surrey Wasj to Eji Tain that torn e he bad turn an the the decided have a a Pic Nic to Malvern but be wrote to Hono off at a both so for her p Zed that Day of the week for Bis bade Hir look her Best. Ill she muttered but not foe him. Ruday a had named had been Long pones Llie one upon which we should lug that i. It could not be put y rate she would not go but remained there to receive him knowing them Ell and fearing in her excited state a dance Fiebe went into company before she had seen her Lover we Endeavor de to gel Herne b obstinate herself w her consent to oblige Captain giving up the party but she was and on the Day appointed dressed the unusual care and in great Iho arced joined us Wai zing was but just introduced and capt Herne bad made it a positive request to Honor that she would never under any circumstances be induced to dance it nor until Ihn Day had she Ever done to but a Young Ca rally officer who had Learned in Germany persuaded her to try and to my vexation and astonishment. I saw them whirling past me in Tea forbidden dance just heated with his journey annoyed at Honor not being at Home to meet him and harassed by anxiety Captain Rode on the group d i shall never forget his look first of a Quement then of rage Asha Taw Honor Arst her handsome partner Fly past. I trembled and Ai i saw it an ominous dread of the funds came Orer me. Wailed ill the Walla was done and then walked tip to so him Gay her see the Artner is Finis in and and lips or but ent on before h a left in ene very w e could excess o More Hen Way a round suppose he idea Nieson he look Down the and Gall As and sad Clara i told you Luve time Rould be a melancholy tale i never mention Ler it 1 can avoid it but 4 have Long in end id to Tell you the circumstances however p in Fol might be the effect. Go to rest Ouw my child and think of what you have heard and f any part of your poor aunts Honor s Imbry comes Home to you be warned in line Good eight my love if any of our Reader Are anxious to How or. Chamber s Ball went off i us g Edlo be obliged to Cortess that i have not i know positively of the is of. 65. Now the Venis of the Day is simply Thi t it very hot at Malvern even on be Hills that when or. Servan arc ight Boquet be was told that mils. Het Bert Good out and bad Given directions thit it should be returned with her comp Lomeo was and the wat i. Buchanan s letter to or. The French revelation often As we found occasion to mire the speeches and state paper i of that rash on and or. We do not remember bit ibis feeling has Ever been excited to a livelier degree than on the perusal of the following admirable letter to or. Rush our Minster in Paris on the events connected with be French revolution. Every line of in fair Nisei demonstrative proof of the exalted qualities of head and heart that a distinguished its illustrious author have served to spread Bis Nami wide As among the most Able and statesmen the world has Ever or Saga despatch of ,.j re at first pretended that she did not then nodding carelessly went with nonsense she was talking to her loudly applauding lha Douce she de. I was frightened at her Dar Lud dered a i saw her Lover s Cheek come Ashly Pale. I tried to Stop o revenge his fancied neglect she d a More aggravating language than r partner saw something was wrong. Seas soon As he could and then the t ensued How Well i remember re be upbraided her with her Bro in Proa ise she retaliated by reminding him f his 11 not returning at tha appointed me Anc taxed him with indifference he poured f rth angry words of explanation to hich lbs would not listen and be Furia de by her manner said every bitter thing most heartily do we join the Wash ii Union Horn which no extract lha in characterizing it Asen Adorni Clear and comprehensive the position and True policy of the pubic aia fully worthy of the eminent and experienced statesman from whom it Iema nates while in Force and elegance of Dic Tion it must rank High among the Best state papers of our government the Philadelphia Public Ledger our readers know Are Al e so Long hich and Loui do cd Magine poor creatures Thi very their love it was that made them enable at that moment either would re for the other one but the but Tiger he became the cooler and lose rays in tilled to great respect pronounces it excellent and says the speculations advanced by or. on for mation of the new Republic Are the Ges Lions of sound and practical statesmanship acquired in a political school Bel e Ibe pop ular will has Long to be hoped that through the influence of or. They May receive due consideration fro i Tho representatives of the French peo Ile the Able of the democracy of this state says 1 in let Ter is in or Buchanan s Best style and cannot fail to command lha admiration it de serves a wherever read. It is a up Leniu state paper Worley of the great cause which hat called it of different she tried i worked himself to appear and Inlo a state As Ness As was possible with a Gay Augh that even i remember she turned d was agin Waltzing. Captain Herne s Teeth and stamped upon the Lurf. Id her behaviour and triumphing in f reducing his proud spirit to sub she Only laughed and Wanton again d after her a moment and then Rush Hill to his horse sprang upon it Ped Offatt terrific Pace. M As he was gone Honor s spirits a she became restless and Alai Metal and very soon the carriages were ready for our rely n. As we. Passed through tha town on our Way Home the sow crowd col acted re one at w an uneasy feeling of dread came Honor it gentle no in in Tut Belo room n of whap but Slop i Ridge o several and into table b und the door of the principle inn the Captain Herne was staying and it it Loo for Ehe instilled upon a n who Rode betide lha Carriage go ascertain Ibe cause of the meeting a be could do so be Captain s shed out and seeing is exclaimed my master to what shrieked Honor starting Ecci ving no before wry could she had jumped out of tie car d Wai in Ibe House i followed her people were Busy in a room below that she hurried. Of that i could department of state Washington March 31 1848 sir 1 received last evening pour despatch of the 4lh inbt., no. C Taii a sketch of be Progress of the Frei Lution and at the course which y gov the a object Chevo run Mienl Rariden it was Ordina adopted towards the provisional i am Happy to inform you that cordially approves your right and proper that the envoy ext by and minister plenipotentiary Filip the United slates should be Ibe first in Nise so fat As Bis Powers extended he provisional government of the French Republic. Indeed bad he representative of any other nation preceded you in ibis Good it would have been regretted by the president your speech on Thi 2slh Ultimo at 1 be hotel de Tille to the members 01 the provisional government was eminently Nili whilst it truly expressed the feelings of the president and people of the unit Theo Powers of for the new Republic it did not cherished policy of leaving to tons the Choice of their own forms eminent. I transmit to Yoa herewith a credence from the the Public. Yon Are Alto famished with a copy of this you will common Icse to tie minister of foreign affairs on audience for the purpose of dtli1 original to the chief executive slates Roit our her a of gov of Ench re asking an is ing the to Only in make forget sight that met our View on a s head hideously shattered his eyes and hit countenance distorted with Bia last feelings Lay Caplain Herne dead killed by Bis own band. In a state of frenzy he had returned found the pistols i is Man had been cleaning on the table and without a moment s reflection har ried himself into eternity. Honor fazed in terror far a minutes then took his hand and a wild laugh that appalled every Lensel ii on the body we carried a but when her conscience bad re France this audience you i i such remarks As May be dictated Liy your own Good judgment and disc Elior and by your knowledge of Ibe Lively Intel e it which the president feels in the Prosperity and stability of the French Republic in its Intercourse with foreign in government of the United states ill origin always recognised i we recognise the Rigl t nations to create Antt Reform their initiations according to their own will and pleasure. Do not go behind in one fell her Awa turned be found bar intellect bad from that Drei Duful boat this the Bat bean a Mani i cannot wonder at it the fearful cob a que net of her oily Folly of Ter Rible Adi suddenly before her Wai quite enough Loda Troy her Reata tha blood at an angry and in forgiven tool sent by the Ami Root be had safari att into the awful prese by Rof ifs maker was on bet forever had remd her to Ness the of that Day Mutt have kill id you look Pale Ovate sent to involve ourt Elvea in Tion legitimacy. It it soft Cien on the is Frem gov of All political existing he Quet fat i to know that a government exists capable of maintaining itself and then ill recognition on our part inevitably follows. Thit Prin Ciple of action resulting from our tiered gird for the of Hai occasioned Tome strange anomalies m our his Lory. The pops emperor of and president Jackson were the Only author Tiet on Earth which Ever recognized Don Miguel at King of Whit it ten ii our r policy it does not follow that we Ever be indifferent Spectator to Thi Frogren Bietry for ooh out the world and especially in we Cao snerer forget lha obligation which we owe to that generous nation for their Aid darkest period of our revolution Ary in achieving our own i Iupe Odiace. Thecia Obi Fatiana have been transmitted from father to to Gen egdtion and Sre still gratefully remember they yet live freshly in the hearts of our countrymen. U was therefore with Ona Universal burst of enthusiasm that the Amer ican people hailed the late glorious revolution in France in favor of Liberty and Ripun ican Gove Ismeni. In inn feeling the pres ident Stroud july sympathies. Warm aspirations Foi the Success of the new Republic Are breathed from every heart. Liberty Anil order will make France Happy and Prosper Ous. Her destinies under Providence Are now in the binds of the French let them by hair Wisdom Firmatu and moderation refute the slanders of their in emits and convince the world that they Are capable of self government. In our exaltation however cannot fur get Bat Republican franc0 will have to con tend Wuh Many difficulties among Tho chief of Thise is the danger that May be involved in War Wilb the monarchical Powers of Europe this she Ougel to avoid by every honorable meant and i am Happy to believe that such will be the policy of Ihn French government from Ibe note of m Laai Artine to yourself of the 27ih Ultimo in which he eloquently observes thai is principle of peace and the principle of lib erty were born of the same Day in France by abstaining from All aggressive More meals France will probably of Able to perfect her Republican institutions in peace it can scarcely a conceived that any nation would commence homilies against her simply because within her own she bad abolished monarchy and established a Republic. It has been the policy of our government from lit origin never to interfere in the do Restif concerns of other nations and experience has demonstrated the Wisdom of this policy. In this respect France May profit by our example if War must come Fra Ougel carefully to avoid even the appearance of buns the aggressor. She Rule be attacked by the monarchical Europe for adopting a Republican govern ment this would be an on her rig1-is Asau Independent nation. It would a an attempt to punish the French people for hav ing chosen thit that form of government which they deemed Best calculated to pro Mote their Only happiness Anil to Force upon them a monarchy by foreign bayonets such an invasion of these Aioso sacred rights woul be condemned by al1 just and men in every nation Aud would be repro a Ted by an irresistible Public opinion through out the world if the new Republic can preserve peace with Honor it will avoid the Many dangers to Gibeily which mus always Fol of in the Tram of 7war. In a conflict with Ibe Gresl Powers of Europe France would be compel de to put Forth All her energies she must increase her armies to the highest War Slan Dard and May have to maintain them in the Field for years the sympathy of common dangers and the glory of common victories throughout a Long and successful struggle Are calculated to excite feelings of enthusiastic attachment in armies toward their triumphant commander. Under such Circum stances the history of Ibe world proves Hitt soldiers ars Loo prone
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