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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 10, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPrinted and published e . 46, by j. P. Of Wellsborough wednesday july 10, the As from Graham s Magazine. Poor by k. I shortly a Tel the conclusion of War a Holar a and a who the walks of literature to the most dignified offi "b7hii i3 ends ind world. Was up the. Mississippi in one to learn boats that Ever plied in ,.of that mighty Stream. He and self sustained main the of Bloomf s 1b Boi his highly intellectual his by intimate inter Vitu society his voice exceed that it was once he the Vighi he saw her Weijung tears from her awakened from his a ii Strahle intervals of partial Obj Vron but re ended in being convinced mistake since what was she to him or he to her had said Idle was his nurse poor she was therefore hired for a and her attentions were to in her Servic be repaid could not maker Ihil whether he lived or died me lne Nis not in , and his Eye capable of eloquent music. Do course of the voyage which the most favourable Seadorf of he became gradually Indis Money. Still his soul resist the sacred impulse of and he promised before i half yearly in , or n y word i owe tons which i can never Verj that is More than you said the doctor smiling. I should however at least like to thank her. I where does she hide her self How happens it i he would plaice her ample amends. At i in the he became convalescent and in i portion As he Evice or dually relaxed in her attend Ance which was now supplied by a Nab servant. Hail land was a Little Hurt at indeed Serif ugly missed the soft voice. And gentle compassion ale look Genievieve. I suppose her Anont and she another ,4 he was put on Shore at oni of Little old French villages be inc Mouth of a he ohioans just. Whose size bears no proportion to their and whore growth Fike the current of a is next to impossible to Tell Kelher Chr Advance backward or for the ablation of removal and the Samlof. A summer Day so Aggra his disease which was a bilious he became partially delirious -3nf Bein without a Seivane might inn fared but indifferently a stranger in 3 place had not an elderly who happened to be looking out window been charitable Enoch to have him conducted or carried to her House. Here he placed in bed and immediately at tended by a physician who administer so successfully that the next morn a his delirium had subsided into pne of those Low desperate fevers so to the Constitution so difficult is thought he in a pet is waiting to be engaged for still Genevieve came some times Ali Hugh not so often a before by any chalice heard her voice and w Heidi fill she permit me to express my it would nol be etiquette you replied t be doctor again Smi Ling with a i sweetness i Riever saw in any other pan. It would not be it Liquette for Young lady to visit a Young single gentleman like you in his bed chamber. But in a few Days i shall let 308 out of the Crige and then you will see her take care of your self the Citadel is will Cost a Long sick at the Doc her Obliga not depend on wealth or benefits. 1 can except nothing from Yon except your kind remembrance. Lam already paid my wages and my object was simply what 1 said. 1 came to bid Farewell and wish Jou health and have never she was rising to go but Hartland detained her. An to study her a Little More at there was something about s i _1_ j land being now recovering from a stale of almost infant helpless Ness Bej ten Livel tier that de like and Deni to that c he had v in Fzli wait a led iting Janor did not though or Jess her appearance been to belong in a ivi1 Kis returning consciousness disposed to him the torn of one of those minis Lenny woman Silling at his As it awaiting an Opportunity to present his Medicine or perform some kind office. The suck traveller it Insl took in for vagary of his brain but after robbing his eyes and gazing awl Ulp recognized a female with a Cap such As French attendants generally vicar. .1 Plain and a Black silk apron will n Sweet gentle and sex . Aspire ii by bearing the in solicitude. Per Civ Iii him to he awake she inquired in a voice of exquisite Melody if he walled any thing. Instead of answer ing the the sick Man whom 1 shall Call , though thai was not his real name asked two or three in a feeble tone. Where am who Are you you Are in St. And i an poor Genovieve your Towy i hip for you in have provided of me. I suppose thought Hart i Elf therefore stand on no ceremony Ivich her. Good girl i will than you fur a mass of something to queue my i am burning up i be. Genevieve look his hand and alter holding it a Little while Laid in softly Down on tie bed toying As if to her Fly it does indeed Burn like the touch of her hand waa so soft hat Hartland could Lell that she pitied him with All her heart. At this moment the physician came and Pur tra Veller recognized in him an old acquaint Ance a senator whom he had known Al Washington and a very eminent Man o Able a physician. Yet his recovery so Low that. It did no great credit o either doctor for it was nearly six weeks before Hia fever was fairly broken. During that Lime he relapsed More Han once and there were periods when and himself among the rest de of he recovery. Day and Genevieve was his attendant we almost say his guardian Angel if he opened his languid Glassy eyes in he Day she was Silling by h ass and in the conversations Ith her he discovered a Well Multi valid mind stored with that polite Ion becoming a Well bred woman livery thing she said or did exhibited i quiet lady like simplicity and Ile Boruni there was aug something in her deportment toward him so differ ent crore that which exists be he nurse and the patient that a Talf the time did not know behave himself. He sometimes on her by ing seated but lined with a look of humility k into his heart. At first he led next interested and final sole into his heart one of the f All possible feelings for Gene on pounded of full grown grat id new born love a while the doctor was with perhaps hot surrender or then Rose Hartland of Viva a degree of hesitation which surprised himself and the. Color Jorng in his Pale Cheek asked but doctor now i think of it who is the gentle kind attentive nurse to whom i verily believer meaning no reflection on your am indebted for my recovery her much and you just put me in t Home Way of expressing my she is paid re plied the clo Clor carelessly and will except willing Genevieve you do not or will not comprehend me. I love you sincerely tenderly and you prove it by thus insult ing insulting you Genevieve you take me for such a wretch such a declaration from one like you to one like me it is More than is Degra Ding to one dishonourable in the other. But it is time i should go if i wish to do is preserve As a source of future cation the remembrance of Iween Harl la How to insisted was s i that us was paly her Viewey stud t one a u j him it suddenly occurred to Hartland ire where he was How he came and most especially to whose to my ice inn Jess he was indebted for such be it attentions hinting at the same at he presumed it was the Doc b interposed in his belial replied his Iuie or we Sieml Ion i i kno in Are i knew nothing of your Stu 1 i found you Here. Deed How came i Here will Tell of for you ought to in order to return thanks m the Pulce. You Are in the House of made Voiselle tie f Frei lands no 01 most to in Rathe in inti to the her i i extraction a genl heiress of .4nines, and what not extending where and Vithal a bean ill amiable accomplished n. She is a want of mine or was for she is now of age and have married Long ago but Lor a a scruple which she encourages risk of passing the remainder of to in single blessedness hims heir pie t her Man acco the for Tere of c Lii Ness pos ind aim a in re if he asked for any administered to by hand and soothed by her be at such times he waa Occasia led by a vague perception t somewhere seen her Belo passed away like a Drealan uhen wit All his efforts lie could Nei the time the occasion. Bedside at night ii or gentle Itle voice Nally Puz l he hat but i her Recal fore tha Edol the no an accept o nothing from you what Vou will not perhaps be to lies Tow on what do you Tor i mean by that Doc answered he As he de parted with another significant smile. Hartland fell into a reverie. The she is paid attendance grated harsh on his ears. He wished it had been voluntary for then he could have ascribed in to some motive that would have his self love or to do him Justice appealed to his gratitude and affections and merited a different acknowledgement than Mere sordid Finey. He tried hard to per Suade himself thai he owed poor Gene Vieve nothing but her adages while heart old him that such attentions As she had paid him Euld never be bought with Gold. But what could the Doc i by his mischievous Gratl i humbly administered to the wants of one who has repaid by to de Grade again she made an Effort to leave him but Hartland detained her. In the name of heaven what do you mean Genevieve do. You thus reproach me with insulting and degrading you to Jou think me Sutich a brute and villain As to do one or the other is the proffer o a sincere and ardent love from an Hon est Man to a virtuous woman Insul and degradation is the e Devotion of a Irue heart that i would tear from bosom if i thought it capable of deceit Vinger betraying one who has filled i overflowing with love and gratitude insult and degradation alone who have seen Hart land in the Halls of legislation mowing St ear yourself the next minute remember Nihat i say in less than a Quarter of an hour you y h forsake poor Genevieve you will not ack Rowledge your love in the presence of Iny mistress cried Hartland seizing her hand Lead meat once to your mistress and put me to the Genevieve did not reply but led him in to a capacious apartment whose windows reaching to the floor opened on a Terrace Overlook link a Little River that skirted a Green Lawn As it coursed its Way to eternal oblivion in the bosom of the great father of Waters. No one one was there to receive him and Genevieve immediately left the Obra merely baying i will Tell my mistress Are he remained a few minutes looking out of the scene before him but unconscious of its loveliness when he used by the opening of a door and turn no round perceived a female advancing with hesitating Steps and head inclining Towar he Earth. Her face was entirely hid by Black veil which descended below Ler Waist Ami prevented the contour of her figure from being seen. Hartland advanced to pay his compliments and express his acknowledgements which he did with his usual Grace and fluency. But the lady made no reply and for a few moments seemed greatly agitated. At length she slowly put aside her veil and at once smile of a ratio consciousness which he re turned a. of approving affection. The Good doctor passed from this Woisil but a Little while ago and when he died the suffer no victims of poverty disease and Sarrow Ost their most benevolent coun try one of her most Noble citizens. He muted the courage of a hero with the soft Ness of Awo Inan and joined the most devoted attachment to his native land with a Gen Erous enlarged philanthropy that compre hended All Mankind he was the Friend of race but his countrymen were his Brothers. Genevieve and Hartland still the former never had any cause to regret her Experiment on the disinterestedness of Mankind and the latter while steadily Pur suing a lofty career of honorable ambition blesses the hour when he yielded to tates of love and gratitude. If Al any time he seemed to forego the Delight of Mutual Confidence and the enjoyments of Domestic happiness in the High Pursuit of Well earned Fame his wife had Only to put on Hersom Ely gown her Little nurse s Cap and Black silk apron Ami become poor Genevieve again to awaken All his Early love and win him Back to the hallowed shrine of Home. Yet strange to say the Rich heiress is not jealous of poor Genevieve. They live together in the most perfect Harmony and it is impossible to say which loves the other Best. Down hearts Quence can with his Ijedge of irresistible Elo the effect of his you words on Genevieve. Tell me added he what you think and what Are you not the great Man author is not your name on every Tongue your words in every Mouth do you not stand High among the highest of your country and May you not aspire to be still higher and a Young lady of Tor mean the equivocal phase of t she will except of not Hirjig from you but what you will not peril ups be willing to bestow on i har land Coull make nothing of this and became buried in a perplexity of thought from which he was the of who room with slow timidity and asked in trembling his i pm quite Well dear Genevieve thanks Ito your blessed kindness which i can never y my wages already paid an a i rejoined Hartland who found Elf nol a Little interested about a and what May 1hie Sci r me imagines or rather it is teat possessions that Ali races so admirers wherever she and notwithstanding her Beauty and no Lisments she is probably in she is waiting to be loved. Ight self from being almost always surrounded by frivolous or in Ted admirers has contracted a sort if not aversion to men tempt swered she with apparent simplicity that you Are quite recovered i am going away. I came to Bill you Farewell to express my wishes for your happiness and to ask of Yon some limes to remember poor Genevieve there was something exquisitely touching in her look and the a us re of her she pronoun ced these words which entered the Virv soul of Holland. Said he sit Down by me sri Henr what i am going to say. Inay i insist upon your being seated Lor you have much to hear and it does one who owes his life to to be seated while you Are it does not become one like me to be seated in the presence of one like replied Genevieve in a Low and thrilling voice of deep humility As am not i a menial without weallh3name, or family to Render me worthy of Sha ring your honors no under stand you bul too Well. You you would she burst into tears and could proceed no further. Would make you my cried Hart land with a tone and expression that could not be mistaken. dear dear wife to live with me and be my love what poor Genevieve almost shrieked one interrupted Hartland. Yes i would ensure the happiness of my future life by sharing it with one who in her Humble garb and Humble occupation has proved to me that neither Grace nor dignity virtue nor refinement is confined to any situation of life or dependent on wealth and splendor. Will you consent to Trust your happiness with me will you be mine for Are you really in faltered she with tears and trembling. What poor foot you not Rich in virtue Grace and Beauty and is not such a heart and mind As yours All the wide lands and Rich mines of your mistress whom t am yet to see and thank kindness yes poor i am in serious and solemn As a Man can be at the moment when the happiness of his life hangs on the decision of a Genevieve wept As she reclined on his shoulder for a few moments then started away before he was aware of her intention and turning toward him As she retreated thro the door a face full of inexpressible tender disclosed the face of Genevieve glowing with blushes of modest apprehensive delicacy her eyes cast Down and her bosom swelling with emotion. In an instant he comprehended All. It pos answered the Well remembered persuasive gentle voice which had so often soothed his pains and quieted his impatience in the hours of sickness. Yes once poor Genevieve your Rich and Happy Genevieve for now she has found in the Man she would have selected from All the world one who loves her Fot herself alone. Hart land dear Hartland forgive me it is the last time i will Ever deceive Hartland was not obdurate and the forgiveness was accorded by folding Genevieve in his arms and imprinting on her lips the first sweetest kiss of love. How can i Ever repay you for your gentle cares and Noble generosity to a at length he said. By always remembering and Loving poor Getevieve. Bul you Are not so much a stranger As you think no one in this wide land is ignorant of your name but am an old you yes. 1 see i must Humble my vanity by introducing myself to your police. Do you remember travelling North about ten years go and accidentally falling in company with the family of or. Man consisting of a Creole gentle his wife and his Niece a Little girl scarcely eleven and very Small for that age i was that Little girl but you know it is the fashion among us to consider tiny women me not As Angels but nobodies. I was not named to you nor do i know that you Ever heard me called by a. In spite of the feminine gentle tenderness of her Dis Hartland with respectful violence com-1 Ess nol to say Ion displays itself in an uniform Serence if not haughtiness Loward Pel led her to place herself by his Side on the sofa. Said he you have o i saved my life is there any wish of my All those who aspire to her Good ungralia4d, any thing with Laid me she never j of Man Ojo hat of any one dear to you if there i Here pledge the soul which was bestowed on me by my maker the life which and receive my bul one Man toward whom she fell 6st irresistibly attracted and he led her if she was nobody. You shall see me again Hartland did not know exactly what to make of All this. But he had Felt the hear of Genevieve throb against his Side and see her parting look. Neither could be Mista Ken and he remained in the Happy anticipation that All would end As he wished. From in lapse of some hour or two he was roused by the Entrance of Genevieve in any name but Jenny. At All events you took no other not face of me than sometimes to Pat my head in passing and shall never forget stooped Down and gave me a kiss in sport. I had often heard you spoken of in terms that called Forth my admiration and that kiss was never forgotten. You Don t now How Early the Flower begins to Bud in r Spring. We parted you to forget i to member you forever. I knew you the to men you were brought hither and now you ave my ii Story. Titus Humble person and 11 that i inherit is yours and be assured i ill forgive your infidelity should you forsake your Humble nurse poor Genevieve Lor her forsake poor cried Hartland. When i do May my Tongue become mute and my mind a desert. No Dearest girl i must be without memory and without gratitude when i forget her who hovered and watched and sometimes it not so the dark Days and nights of my pain and weakness and whom i More than once imagined i must have known in some previous state of existence for i could not divest myself at times of the. Impression that i had somewhere seen you before. No my beloved one should you. Ever in our you anecdote of the late Sii Edmund Nagle. When a Young Man travelling in a Post chaise up shooter s Hill a highwayman Rode up presented a pistol into the window and demanded his Money or his life sir Edmund then a very athletic Man seized the Arm of the Ruffian twisted the pistol from it drag ged him through the window and placing him beside him to keep the to drive on. The parable supplications of the highwayman were answered with be easy boy be easy i won t Hurt be still the con science stricken robber kept pleading till at length the chaise reached the Captain s lodgings when he feasted the fell Joy out of the coach walked up to the and locked themselves in. He then took off his own coat and said now., sir i neither mean to hang be nor Hurt be but i la just give you a Broth of a which having accomplished he opened the floor bade the robber be off and the next time he stopped a coach to rap at tiie window and ask if Ned Nagle was inside before he ventured to poke his pistol into it. One must have a flame. We have heard of Many a Good Jolce of late but none equal to the following which should be a warning to Young Marriageable ladies who have also Marriageable widows for their Only Parent. We won t vouch for the truth of it but is very Likely a couple of Young folks agreed to Elope together and by some mistake in the preliminary arrangements the male Lover put his v ladder up to the next to that in which his sweetheart slept which proved to be that in Whitti her anxious Mamma a handsome reposed. She turned the mistake to her own advantage got into his arms returned the affectionate embraces was borne by him to the a Arriag and by preserving a be coming silence until Daylight kept him Blind his then by the potent Power of her Blandishments actually charmed him into Matrimony with i should like to see her answer Nave preserved to a what Man her and cloak delivered staes for Independent of the i j i Gallons i owe most be some no of a curiosity. Such is often coupled with wealth Beauty . For Independent of the a repave 8s far a possible of j Oage from Mademoiselle de of purport 9 hat can never be cancelled. Ing that she desired to see him if he Felt Gen Eviette u himself Strong enough to leave his room Hartland sought to de Tain her a moment for the answer she had promised. But she Only replied with a look and accent he could not comprehend you will receive it soon from my mistress exclaimed have Only to dress and look As you did at my beside and became poor Genevieve again to retrieve Ray heart once More and a exclaimed she t i see i must make up a Dable rival. The following account of the entertain ment Given at Hong Kong on account of the ratification of the treaty is particularly a musing. Entertainment to the chinese authorities. At 5 p. M., the captains in full dress thermometer met a government House All the troops officials and Public being present to witness the ratification of the treaty of peace which was done in great form under salutes from the forts and ships. The did not seem to care about it but it Yas some Comfort to us to find that they Feit the beat As much As we when the dinner came on the scene was different. We sat Down in Whiite jackets about fifty. The Aio ners appeared quite at la Weir ease they drank an enormous Quantity of wine chattered laughed and finished every Glass it Over to show that it was empty and ing themselves from the decanters. Ing the chief commissioner must have taken fifty Large glasses. Of wine at when dinner was removed the Queen and emperor of China were drunk in one Toast times we 1 then drank to but you have yet told me How 1 came to be 1 you were seen by a Good old .0 resides with the Young lady and 10 happened to be looking out of the Ndow As you were landed in a state partial delirium. She apprised a Moiselle de of the circumstance immediately gave directions to be you brought there for you Are very dear to me in Vav hat Way i can prove to you i am not ungrateful. Do nol leave me with a Lodd of obligation on my heart thai me Down to the Earth with sense of degradation. life will be comparatively worthless unless you permit j Nee to. Con Serratt it to your happiness my happiness reiterated the trembling girl. happiness does he in a pet a that care i for your but you most care , and love her too for she is far More worthy of your heart than poor Genevieve j i do May do not swear lest you should for mind to always having a Formi laying s health not but i will try to reconcile my of his Glass but drank too. Us a chinese noises

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