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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 13, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaOrore the regu is of one Nom be Quarto form by month. Of i be multiplied. Ive january Fine print from plan of Jerusal y cd Herwood Are however Quency of their on the profits ice Bors Aro re Onici 5 As soon a col not pans. In cations must be More fijian a Square r one Dol Lar and n Twenty Jive cents. In the tame pro fix lines will 6e be making fix Lints 18 Itie Price for one those who advert is bin counties off having new York Wilb a. Seasonable Lonseo Nence of the rpt Law and a ghost the unions rence to coerce the Liode Island in of King Chatles the destruction of the an by Cabbar Kahn 1 to exert a Majete in and id extremely us Caber to Fork Over printed and. A published Advance or 5o if not v Aid of yearly i. Vol. In. No. 41. Wellsborough w july 1842. The Tiocka Tioga a conditions. To All otters and be pn3i paid to ensure attention. I no subscription received for a Shorte period Ihan Bix months nor will any paper Discon Tun until nil Nore Araps Are paid but at the Opisio Nothe publisher. Min Tise Menta not More than a Square be inserted three times far one Dollar insertion Twenty Jive cents Ortr advertisements charged in the trn Thoie exceeding six Usu be Square and those making sit to tics times fit seventy Jive 18 3-1 every Lime after. The one r Lute Ifie same. Liberal reduction who advertise t 1 in year to my wife that is to be. 0 fair 1 known t we have not vip Neer have seen each other. Norm this heart has lore been yet Savo that Otson and brother though these affections twine there i one that twi tooth nearest one will nil my heart to thine. Ola i dear things i inn i cannot Louie too Well these kind ones now around me to these True i cannot Tell How Many Tiea Hare bound Merui Oft when vacant seems this breast conscious Nesa will thrill it that there is room still and your so set self Tould fill it in do Hea Ligh Asse 1 Raits thy smile of quiet much w Hen other friends Are merry by More i miss thee Ironi my Hearth when sad and Soh iary. He lung the ills that Lif Eanoy trom sympathy to borrow i Charm which i k Lightens Ever sorrow. I every Joy sadness Lule my heart s deep ii Vong that wildly stir it How Strong a shall he thy gentle words to Sovine the wounded spirit 1" i it to Luis i Shine own Al inns will employment 1 More they trouble Rny arms Fuld thee Lovs the nearer. Will thou win my View if Tom for love s entwining us dark or deeply Blue thin yes of tender so intr thou be Lait will Midnight be _ or min Synne on thy tresses j voice of witching Melody and lips that who caresses i Are not Foi the Hue Ihme eyes shall Greet me Tsou Phai trembles Tiro web in la warmly meet me within that brow. S what locks a Wreath it Nuy Lur get its mow to the heart beneath it. He White Glove. A tale of truth. Wafe a Beautiful Moonlight night Jung of 36. Night came i w the a Light step and the Fadeless is were studded with burning Whin a Large and Brilliant parly Bilec the idler in the mansion of major c in the Queen City of the weal. Nor f the first company that left Egi a for the Plains of to patriots then struggling for and Freedom from the Tyran Fth tied of country that rendered her name infamous ghost the civilized world by her of infamy. T e ing and Beautiful were there special invitation Captain s volunteers present it evening previous to their de a Distant land to the us of Freedom. Pm toasts were Given songs from the lips of Beauty e delighted with the Hospi of Ostoj and the company began Lieut. A. Belong High minded and chiral the Hoar of parting How the company of capt. S tiling leave of the fair Bein do intr buted to make time no ass away advanced towards c.---------, and making a poli smed her if she had nothing m Oye Wishe 1 so Brunei be set i a Are the Sra j i vhf Niom spouse Sunn it Rich is i i h jes by Lura Llie in Atli of 1 i h i slurp Lanry cherishes 1 Dull our he Subin tial Seema j. Mir pc Wanh Lile Ideal Mth a badness from its dreams Dun to the real. F Ihen love already dear i i be pleasant i t in some Distant i a nil write at present world before thy feet .1 i above thee the Well t and depart Fields Orlean were de to the they to their Journ Fine Tod dearly will i thee head fun. Hat a sooth d a to. Orphan s tear doth know a b 8 Here of heaven he that walk pro a ii. C i la b thorny was sue paths lit rom Daj Dav .rtu8 8 and has of heaven. I that the Christian s course hath run his foes forgiven for the Homes the at head Battle into pc through Friend which Al Citize had do Niemor was in the last his is c e y ble rust div cum measures on life s i has tasted heaven. Ety 13 Lyle foundation of virtue in s Wuu Lauon 01 i is ported the Stream pure and where the ground Good the building is not Lions ot1 Cious g the Cir the offic compan Reemt Happy inc a fight. Is to we Hep the nes Frei found it first but to look his own u lived in Stence is nothing that begins not r praiseworthy which 0m, 3 right than morality expected he mor brn and every one crowding great god cried he h e Folly admired Han ant at lie a rank of Lery a Nark had Wel Cious c Ndu Battles Voith hew looked upon Ising of i ers to a fault n ten nex the that pm t qua f a Den to Cor Japan we Mart 01 an Ranc Mei tic the col destitute Namei cough did entertainment was Given living sen Sib and re queued a Friend to Indue a letter to c shed that u e remembrance of spent in her company made easy the bed of deals. He then Uter for us Mother and sunk that sleep from which King in this world. O a believing us opponent of courage Ace five paces As the i both Here cd led spied it and Tance. They col. W a few hours. He perfectly approaching be that his end was enclosing the Cher of other Days and telling her the evening there is no a died a Pray calmly into n. O. Crescent City. Tom and a. Plot disco y eked. By Hood. Am i Saddler by Trade but of a senti rental and contemplative Thirn of mind in saunter by myself into St. Park and along thru Bird Cage one evening lately wrapped meditations i Rem lined till it , and the paric was near y. I had taken my station up mental and Oft James walk in my was vely Emp _ Der a Large which was a Bench on which two Wellish dressed men i that these ruffians could coolly plot the death of our gracious Sovereign under the very nose of his Palace desperadoes that they Are but the King shall live and Berkeley shall not be murdered by a slave Driver if i can help they had by this time left the Bench and were walking to wards the town. Fired with Indig nation i hastened after them guided by the sound of their footsteps. As there was no creature near to assist me in securing them i resolved not to at tempt it until help was at hand. Step by step i followed them till they reached Charing Cross when suddenly Spring ing Forward i seized Bob by the Collar and called out help help they Are murderers a crowd immediately Gath ered round and Tom instead of run Ning away stood Stock still. I charge you All in the King s said i to secure these desperate Bob who at first remained King this hint chimed in with he Story and so they bamboozled sir Rich Ard that the Good simple Man dismissed the charge adding a few remarks so Little complimentary to me that i must stand excused for not setting them Down sir said i solemnly you Are imposed upon these rogues Are too much for you but since you Are pleased to let Loose master Bob and master Tom other names unknown i Wash my when your hand is in you had letter wish your remarked master Bob and this was the Ian Law of master Bob and master Tom other names unknown. A Inch might serve o 1 Back an evening sent in her country in after of Tina he Little Token of Remenyi to he bid Farenell to the e. Id the Beautiful and High pulling a White silk Glove in Dutiful hand this your Standard and should slum be sure to bring the Token i now give took the gift bid her Adieu s tinged with Romance Day the company bid fare Kindred and their friends 1 for the blood ensa Guined South. Arriving m Neva time when their services d of the utmost importance y of Tho Young Republic i time in proceeding on ands Tsail immediately land they had left their fend. E fortunate m arriving teis a few before the into which established the e of the county. They the them the contingent o pieces of hollow Ken furnished by the the Queen City and which state some service on acension. Capt. A very Cuse and Earnest conversation coming out of my reverie i began to speculate on the causes which were most Likely to have drawn my neigh Wei in Lurenea men a turning to the policemen to Cam were sealed and apparently engaged in them before a magistrate when i Shai vet v c. Arm Tumour Juh in 01 . Now knocked me Down. The police interfered however and set me on my legs. I was still bold As could be. I charge these two said i Tom and Bob other names unknown with conspiring the death of sundry individuals and i command continued i turning to the policemen to carry various Bors to thought this quiet spot. Substantiate the at this Bob and Tom affected the perfect amazement and treated the accusation with the Han he a d with the command of Ion to which was attached commanded by ii Eula. Kept faithfully the instruct and placed his pre with the greatest scorn the mob however took part with me the up Roar increased and the policemen car ried us All before sir Richard Birnie. The appearance of Bob and Tom at the Standard As directed. Ance became known to and privates attached to the the Little moments of a was regarded by All As a Guerdon of Success in Ley were Ihen about to history of that encounter i i own to require description carnage had subsided the _ of t f to their wives Are my conjectures were put to flight by the first sentence which reached my eur. J said one d your plot is Well but i think Yogi will have some difficulty in disposing iof Berke of not at replied Tom i propose sending him to one of the West India islands and there Are too Many ways Thisbe of flopping a own s breath for me to be at any Ishii death absolutely asked Thi other. For you know the Duke has sworn that Julia shall never marry Villers so Long As Berke by is heaven and thought i what atrocious villains Are Here what Duke Are they speaking what bilk Leydo they allude had no further time Foi reflection. True said the other a must Cert Linly be put out of the was but i think your sending him to the West indies is a Clumsy Mode of get eng rid of him could you not Kil him in a could he Moie easy my dear replied Tom but As dismissed Spencer to the other world with a Bullet for his passport i would another Mode. Him murdered i by think i slave was and he of Lieut the Little e it had been placed by As spotless As i when he the fair being who Mer Ory As a Green Spoff sex Asis is the desert of life. D away and the Lieuten the of to Xian colonel of distinction of Artil which he eared by his Brave and Judi several subsequent t in he indians. B or per Sally esteemed for the Tali tips he possessed and was As one of the most prom o the Republic. Brave he Wolfl Oever excuse a de from j what he considered the s sole Ier and one occasion the Frontier Wasa Tlack the Ca ranches he made some i personal nature. A the consequence and rather try shall have i cannot consent to answered Bob i Don t like the expedient like it or said Tom angrily i am not aware that it is necessary to ask your consent in the did not agree to do the thing Between us and Divide the asked his con Panion. You arb inexperienced in these matters but i have put a Good mar y such jobs through my hand imagine the of array with which listened to this horrid dialogue my head swam my blood ran cold j i script close Lothi tree afraid even to draw my breath. Well said Tom Don t let us fall out about it Berkeley shall die some Way or other. I am glad you think Well of the plot. Our employer will surely be satisfied seadog there Are three Dukes seven Marquise my nine teen Earls engaged in it. The Duce is in it if that won t Content him Thunder and Laid i to myself it is Plain that some awful conspiracy is hatching. Is the town Tolbe burned the House of to be blown i p when Berkeley is done con used Bob vipers will Julia. Will be presented at c9urt, and then grand catastrophe we there my brain whirled i could scarcely credit my senses and it was Only after pinching Arm that i could believe i was awake. It thought Are _ i members of parliament come Here to study what they shall say on some important question Are i j .1 Nucci adj Perea to occasion isome to each other on the charms of their Surprise and sir Richard who appear mistress Are they husband afraid de to know them looked confounded on hearing the report of the policemen. Said he this is a most extraordinary affair. I scarcely expected to see you before me on such an occasion.5 you could not expect it less than we answered Bob. It is not to be borne that gentlemen Are to be pelted by a mob and dragged Here like felons on the Bare assertion of a Scur vey half Drunken Tail i am not a tailor master i replied i am in honest maker of saddles wish you had Learned to put them on the right answered Bob As bold As brass. Sir Richard i pre sume to May retire if you let them go it will be at your own said i. Sir a moment s patience and we shall soon Settle this business. You fellow state your by your leave sir Richard i will first say a few words which will make their consciences Fly in their i hark be master Tom other names unknown look at answered do look at you and see nothing but a half starved wretch in a suit of clothes not Worth eighteen "1c i took in hand certain jobs and shared the Cash like some staring them full in the face i might have had a better coat on my you take me master i take you for an impudent scout said Bob in a rage. No More of said sir Rich Ard but state distinctly your i charge them with conspiring the death of a gentleman by the name of Berkeley of his most gracious majesty William the at this Bob and Tom stared at each other and sir Richard looked confounded. I continued turning to the culprits i overheard your1 murderous schemes and you monster of iniquity you swore to assassinate the King and what harm has Berkeley done you that in should be murdered by a slave Dri ver you boasted that your plot was Well Laid but confess ruffians who Are he three Dukes the seven Marquise my the eighteen Earls who Are Enaa get in 6 at this the hardened wretches butt nto such a shout of laughter As Maide he roof ring. Peal followed peal Hough i saw plainly that this was done o gain time to concert some Story to Palm upon sir Richard. At length master Bob owned that he and his companion had certainly in St Ames a Park that night and that they and sat for some time under a tree it that the conversation i had Over eard related entirely to the personages n a novel which he and companion were writing jointly and that this was be plot alluded 9 master Tom to the step father. When or. Willoughby was Abou Spring he said weeping wife As we have been congenial souls on Arth i Trust we shall meet mingle souls in another state of said she raising her hands to her Lime of reparation will seem like an eternity to me till i meet thee again. I shall bar most Des Olate and wretched or. Willoughby had teen dead six months when an elderly Brown paid Many polite jul Ielicki. Attentions to the widow. She thought he was even More Polne and it tenure than her late husband yet she said to him when he know that i lost All relish for earthly happiness when William died and till i meet him in n a my dear interrupted the other to what misery do you devote the , for the Sake of the dead whom we cannot mrs. Willoughby was touched by his sorrow her tender heart could not in one who appeared to love even More than William had done should perish with love for her and after a Little persuasion of his part she conserved to fix the Day. The widow had an Only Little boy seven years Osage and As soon As Crown had made himself Happy he Felt pressing upon him the duties and of a father. As he had never been married by Loie he Felt the situation. In lady s boy must he wended to. He fell it his duty to attend very strictly to the morals of this Knuth Anco train him up in the Way he should go. Saidy inel come this was spoken in a voice of surpassing dig my and a tone of High authority. The lad crept towards his new daddy do you go to school boy yes a Well and you study your Les son in school i must see to All this now that pvt got the charge of repeat the names of members of the legislature the boy looked up Arr was at a for a reply. 7 Jha you Fen. J think you Doft t study your lessons Well at school i must see to Tell the master to keep a Sharp Eye upon you. 1 must do my duty and look out for your morals. What s that in hand j it s a Penny sir that my Mother gave me if a Penny he Well let me have it and whenever you gel a Penny give it Tol me till i be Laid up enough of pm to buy you a new hat or a pair of shoes the lad gave up his Penny and burst into tears. Crying of a bad boy afraid very bad to squander a Way a Penny a Hundred pennies make a Dollar and ten dollars make an Eagle. I see i shall have my hands full. I m father neglected your mor but your father now and shall save you from ruin. This worthy fell it his duty to pay Nuch strict the a Brais of the boy that the lad was Atrid to breathe in the presence of his the dutch o paper says tha your paper and to in the same thing in duly the Well know by at Lima livings Twenty Miles spirit la Burnt to the grou Ull. A i the Good life the Best p conscience the Bett Best physic. Every Man of i Mon sense is a sub paper and if he is his subscription p of course. Last a i he Troy Post i Mast r o pair o i lot t p a i
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