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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 16, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaCut Atli i Dollar will be deducted Iii until All arrearage Are n of the editor. , in on Dollar and for every Aub aty five cents. Jamou Besnot inserted for cents. Three insertions the same. Blu Tift at v Tol the moment of highest civic Fonoti. A 7 his grew to Koht Nany More millions the generation that then was coming Baa risen up to do homage to the Noble heroism of that hour. Woman whose feeling is always right did Honor from the first to the his heroism. The peo 47. Pie of to the latest Cher St. An Angel of Light by Aow Taibe. Aat from the god of Day cd had Pluck d a Golden beam in d around Tho glittering Ray Rentle Moonlight silent gleam it Bright y this the Jackson of Zmekal obsequies at Washington. Bancroft oration softly Seero d to , e tested Bright the my of mom. A Mission sent with own Light stamp re a like a heavenly sign nil Lin the dark shades of night Foilb a because i volunteers of Tennessee and resolved to Ter-1 the Finan and there he stood like one of the migh Trees of his own West rigorous d-colo8sal, sending its Summit to the skies and growing on its native soil in wild and inimitable magnificence careless of behold Eis. From All parts of the country he re i volunteers i Minate forever the hereditary struggle. Who can Tell the horrors of that Cham ambition and the severe modesty of his Well balanced mind Comina broken in pieces scattered disunited and pain who can paint rightly the obstacles resolved into its elements a scene end Ackson was during his period of service in the Senate elected major general by the and oppression. Time when the he is Only a How frequently is this remark made by i socratic upstarts who have nothing to re commend them their Money and impudence when the name of Ari honest and Tel Leent Mechanic happens to their presence. They consider it degrading to associate with those who do not like them kites possess wealth even though that wealth was obtained by the most rascally . Nothing is so disgusting to Well in formed people As to hear an ignorant con edited , Long haired brainless impudent Dandy talk about mechanics at if they Wera no better than brutes. So True Way or gentleman would be guilty of it is Only the ignorant worthless contemptible lot lock who would do so. Show us the Manor woman who would consider it a Dis tract to associate with honest Well informed we will Shew you a Moi ignorant conceited creature useless to Thomli ind the world and a disgrace and encumbrance to his Liitt a who has never known a litter i kind ministration nor Felt warmly Emit her endearing Mill and love beam ins est has unfortunate indeed it is to be wondered if the Fountain of pure wins lows in his bosom but sluggishly or if Antler emotions of his nature be lost in attributes of manhood. That Ica. South Carolina gave a Drew Jackson. On its Remote up on the Forest Clad Banks of the Catawba in a. Region where the settlers were just be Winnin to Cluster his Eye first saw the Ligh there his infancy sported in the ancient Forest and his mind was nursed to Freedom by the influence. He was the youngest son of a Irish Emigrant of scottish origin who Law years after the great War of Frederic of Pru a fled to America for Relief from indigence his birth was in 116t, at a people of our land were but a body of dependent colonists scarcely More than Taro millions in number scattered along an immense coast with no army or Navy or Union and exposed to the attempts of England to control America by the Aid of Mili tary Force. He boyhood grew up in the midst of the with great Britain. The first great political truth that reached his heart was that All men ar9 created free and equal the first great fact that beamed on his , was his country s Pendency. The strife As it increased came near the hades of his Upland residence. As a boy of thirteen he witnessed the scenes of horror civil War and when but a sued in Tennessee than which nothing More brigadier a ind Field officers of the militia of Erand is recorded in the annals of Tennessee. Resigning his place in the sen b8au 7 8 ate he was made judge of the supreme court in Law a and equity such was the Confidence in to c ome together in organized society. The j Nis integrity of purpose his overshadowing Genius of their time inspired nent his vigor of will to Deal justly them so Good designs and filled them Voitk airi0ng the turbulent who crowded into the Wisdom. Dwellers in the the counsels of Forest freest of the free bound in the spirit new settlements of Tennessee. Thus in the s Hort period gue of nine years by their foot i Jackson was signalized by As Many on horseback through the Forest along the streams by the Buffalo traces by the Indian paths by the blazed Forest avenues to meet in convention among the mountains at Knox sole representative of the state none him Ville and Frame for themselves a Constitution. Highest in military com i judicial office. He which Jackson mountains the Scarcity of Unten anted forests Winter the failure of supplies from the settlements the insubordination of troops Mutiny menaces of desertion who can measure the wonder Ful Power Ever men by which his personal prowess and attractive Energy Drew them 111 mid Winter from their Homes across mountains and molasses and through trackless deserts who can describe the personal hero ism of Jackson never sparing himself beyond any of his men encountering toil and fati labor the Camp and inde that accompany year older with an elder brother he shoulder. De his Musket and went Forth to strike a blow for Hii country. Joyous Era for America end for humanity but for him the orphan boy the events were full of agony and grief. Hie father was More. His oldest brother fell a victim to the War of the revolution another ius Compa Nion in arms died of wounds received in their joint Captivity his Mother went Down to the grave a victim to grief and efforts to Rescue her sons and when peace came he was Alon. In the world with no Kindred to cherish him and Little inheritance but his own untried Powers. The nation which emancipated itself from British Rule organize. Itself the confederation gives Way to the Constitution the perfecting of that grand event of the thousand years of modern people Andrew Jackson was there the greatest Man. Of them bold manding nothing for himself and shrinking from nothing that his heart approved the convention came together on the urn Day of january 1796, and finished its work in the sixth Day of february Wisdom of the old world vainly tasked itself to Frame constitutions that could subject of Experiment the men see in less than Twenty five Days perfected a fabric which in its essential forms was to last forever. They came together full of Faith and reverence of love to humanity of Confidence in truth. In the simplicity of framed their Constitution acting under influences than they were conscious they wrought in sad sincerity themselves from god they could not free they builder better than they knew the conscious atones to Beauty grew _., sharing every evidences of Public esteem As could fall to of March Foremost in every danger give the lot of Man. The Pioneer of the Wilder ing up Bis Horbe to the invalid Soldier while Ness the defender of its stations he was their he Hir Seif waded through the Campen foot 1 1 in Power of Auu the private Somers As they found him passing them on the March exclaimed he is As Tough As the they Mand the highest in judicial o seemed to be r recognised As the first i love of of Liberty the first in the science of Legisla cried of one another there goes old Hicko Tion in judgment and integrity. Fond of private life he would have resigned the judicial office but the whole country demanded his service. They cried by i who can narrate the terrible events of the double Battles or the glorious Victory of Toh Opicka where the anger of the turned them All aside. He was Happy in his farm Happy in his seclusion Happy in his family Happy with himself. But the passions of the Southern indians were not allayed by the peace with great Britain and foreign emissaries were still to inflame and Malignity. He was called Forth by his country to Resl Raia the cruelty of the treacherous and unsparing seminoles. It was in the train of the Ewens of this War that he placed the Ameri can Eagle on St. Mark s and above the ancient towers of St. Augustine. I. Deeds in that War of themselves form a Monument to human Power to the celerity of his Genius to the creative Fertility of his resources his Unitive sagacity. As Spain in his judgment had commuted aggression he would have emancipated of the Havana he caused the reconnaissance to be made and with an army of five thousand Junen be stood ready to guaranty her redemption from Colo Nial Thra Dom. But when peace restored and his of fice was accomplished his physical strength sunk Binder the pest Lemial influence designed that your Powers of thought general again it the faltering was More and Independence of mind should be in the instrument which they framed they embodied their Faith in god and in the immortal nature of Man. They gave the right of suffrage to every Freeman they vindicated the Sanctity of reason by giving Freedom of speech and of the press they reverenced the voice of god As it Speaks in the soul of Man by asserting the infeasible right of Man to worship the infinite according to Coo they established the Freedom and of elections and they demanded from every future legislator a solemn oath to consent to any act or thing what science Equality Bave even a tendency to Les Tau grown up amou6 kind and affection accomplished America exists As a .1. I once heard a lady of much of Lains Unity As a government and takes its Tiou and experience remark. And Why place As a nation among the Powers of the i Earth. The next great office to be performed by never Ever that shall sen the rights of the these Majestic lawgiver Wiser solons and Lycurgus is old prophetic founders of a state who embodied in their Constitution the Sublimes truths of humanity acted with than Numas of the the lost in but Afler a years Relief in himself from the cares of the Bench he gave himself to the activity and the Independent life of a Husbandman. He carried into retirement the Fame of natural intelligence and was cherished As a prompt Frank and ardent his vigor of character constr him first among All with whom he associated. A private Man As he was his name was familiarly spoken round every Hearth Stone in Tennessee. Men loved to discuss his qualities. All discerned his Power and when the vehemence and impetuosity of his nature were observed upon there were not wanting those who saw beneath the blazing fires of his Genius the solidity of his judg ment. His roof sheltered the Emigrant and the Pioneer and As they made their Way to their new Homes they filled the Mountain sides and the valleys with his Praise. Connecting himself for a season with a Man of business Jackson soon discerned the misconduct of his associate. It marked his character that be insisted himself on pay ing every obligation that had endure the Vassalage of debt he instantly parted with the Rich Domain which his Early Enterprise had with his own the Fields which he himself had first tamed to the ploughshares the Forest whose Trees were As familiar to my As his chose rather to Rade log Cabin Ling than the War whoop and the Nils of the Savage who can rightly conceive the Field of ent Ochoco where the general As he at tempted to draw the sword to Cut Down a flying colonel who was leading a regiment from the Field broke again the Arm which was but newly Kiir together and quietly re Plain. It in the Sling with his commanding voice arrested the flight of the troops and himself led them Back to Victory in six Short months of vehement action the most terrible Indian War in our annals was brought to a close the prophets were silenced the consecrated Region of the Creek nation reduced. Through scenes of blood the vending hero sought oily the path to peace. Of the climate and at last yielding to disease he lbs borne in a litter. Across the swamps of Florida towards his borne. It was Jackson s character that he never solicited Acif from any one but he never forgot those who rendered him service in the hour of need. At a Tine when All around him believed him near his end his wife hastened the Bis Side arid by her tenderness and nursing care her patient Assiduity and the nothing influence of Devo Ted love withheld him from the grave. He would have regained quietly at Bis Home in that he was privately informed his Good name was to be attainted by some intended congressional he came therefore into the presence of the people s representatives at Washington Only to Vidi his name and when that was achieved thus Alabama a Mississippi a part of Bis own Tennessee and the Highway to i the Florid As were his gifts to the these were his trophies. Genius As extraordinary As military events can Call Forth was summoned into action m this rapid efficient and most fortunately con ducted War. Time would fail to track our Down the water courses of Alabama to the neighbourhood of Pensacola. How he longed to Plant the Eagle of his country on its battlements time would fail and words be wanting were 1 the dwell on the magical influence of his appearance in new Orleans. His pre the not i a every every word a i Ter i influence is Felt even in manhood s lat Ter years and the heart who has grown in its chilling Contact with the world ill warm and thrill with a pare enjoyment mime incident awakens within the soft Tonii and glad melodies of a sister s voice i a warped and when their work was done knew not that America is the taking Possession of the Wil they had finished one of the acts dearness. The magnificent Western Valley cried out to the civilization of popular Power that it must be occupied by cultivated Man out reference to human praises. 1 dwell for a time in a they kept no special record of their do Pride of Independence and integrity. They took no pains to vaunt their deeds Ocab Spingi Jackson s influence , deferred to when jerter8on had acquire Ings de for the country the whole of Ever performed among men. They left no some hesitancy on the part of no record As to whose Agency was cons Picu acknowledge our Possession the Aro aved. Whose Sener i Ous whose eloquence swayed whose Gener minted nor should we know b y what vices of Jackson were tonal neither father nor among themselves. The men of Tennessee were now a people bound 1 were Send Forth i stand a y. A. The in be Congress of the United Hood by sorrow having Mother nor nor surviving brother so Young philosophy has reasoned Tat. Exp lne we a even weep for the gentle Infin which moved him in his Early years Tbs l Printer of society in the i the support to be the Light of the human him elect for his lot to go in laying great Valley of the Mississippi. Of was the j at the very time when he gave from his awful hand i his own and future generations Sinai the mired of god decalogue of All moral Law the claim of upon Man and god upon All. Printing the Art that should hand Down to world were rocking to their years to remotest pos Tenty to in mighty fabric that had come Down Enumerable millions yet unborn of god the thought of Man who Are now living of men who had lived centuries Ince they defy time i the printed transcript of these Mei shall too full of goal to be put in the with their perishable bodice. It was a Bright was to Citadel of popular Power and consent they United in selecting the country solicited by the a administration and were not called ii exercise Only from the peaceful termination of the incidents that occasioned the summons. In the Long series of aggressions on the free Dom of the seas and the rights of the Amer Jackson was on the Side of his sence dissipated gloom and dispelled alarm at once he changed the aspect of despair into a Confidence of Security and a Hope of acquiring glory. Every Man knows the tale of the heroic yet deliberate daring which led him on the night of the b3d of december to precipitate his Little army on in the thick darkness before they his foes. Scat Foremost Man among their Deew Jackson. The love of the people of Lowed him to the american Congress a single term when and the new maritime code of republicanism. In his Inland Home where the grew familiar with their Encampment Terjung dismay through Veteran regiments of England and defeating them and arresting their Progress by a far inferior Force. Who shall recount the counsels of Denee the kindling word of eloquence that gushed from his lips to cheer . Skirmishes and Battles till that eventful morning when the Day at Bunker Hill it. Fulfilment in the glorious Battle of n. Or leans and american Independence stood of the Breakers was never heard and the Fol and the Mariner was never seen he resented the con Ano or . Z resent Tives in the american Senate where he set under the auspices of Jefferson. Thus when he was scarcely More thirty he had guided the swayed the pie in establishing Ted As the reprise As the representative of his organized the the Middle a Gea was falling adventurous Jackson in the Radiant glory boundless Hope and confident intrepidity of Twenty one plunged into the wilderness crossed the great Mountain Barrier that divides the Western water from the Atlantic followed the paths than settlement of the peo a thought of that author who in i. Dying i of the Early meters and i 9cipuned to a knowledge of the pow just Able to ask if the proof of i. Content with the nearer neighbourhood to i. State a corrected t Parent state went still farther and further the West till tie found i. Home in the most i the tinned aggression on our Commerce and on our sailors. When the continuance of wrong compelled the nation to resort to arms Jackson led by the instinctive he own great with a Rno Desty that would have most sensitive delicacy of a Ness to be employ upon the Canada Frontier and it is a fact the command to which was appointed we May ask fore the world in the majesty of Rico nub Powers. Thesa Are great deeds for tha nation to Date he was once More communing with his own thoughts among the Groves of the Hermitage. It his own ambition which Bro t him again to the Public View. The affection of Tennessee compelled him to resume a seat the floor of the american and after years of the intense St political strife an Drew Jackson was elected president of the United states. I far from advancing Bis own pretensions he always kept them Back had for years repressed the solicitations of his friends to become a candidate. He Feu sensibly that he was devoid of scientific culture and lit be familiar with letters and be never of Btu de his opinions or preferred claims to place. But whenever his opinion was demanded he was always ready to pronounce it and when ver his country invoked his services he did shrink even from the station which had Jeen filled by the most cultivated men our nation had produced. Behold then the unlettered Man of the nursing of the the Farmer of the Hermitage Little versed in books unconnected by science with the tradition of the past raised by the will of the people to the Iii Best Pinnacle of Honor to the Central Post in the civilization of Republican Freedom to the station where All the nation. The Earth would watch his i. Word would vibrate through the civilized world and Eis the moving Star to guide tha Natius. What policy will he pursue what Wisdom will he bring with him from the for est what role. Of duty will he evolve from the oracles of his own mind the Roan of came As the inspired Ness yet honoured the ment a. Work a. Then i Ball a compute to in Lory. Beautiful Region on the Cumberland. There again or of the people and the Power of the states associate of Republican statesmen the Friend and companion of Jefferson. Winchester what would have been the result if Mand of the Northwestern army Tafi at the opening of the War been entrusted to a Man who in action was Ever so that himself he did greater. Had not Jackio Een renowned for the vehement impetuosity Bis for his Defiance of of tbsp s a Hority and the vigor of his self will behold the Saviour of Louisiana All j garlanded with viewing around him the City he had preserved the Maidens and children whom his . Proved de stand in the presence of a Petty judge. Who gratified his wounded vanity by an Bis judicial Power. Every breast in the crowded audience heave he Tho passionate the whose Honor questioned whose laurels tarnished sophist of the As one free from e Bonds of hereditary or established custom he came with no Superior but conscience no Oracle but his native judgment and True to has origin and his to to con established reverted interests to editions of he v right than from the pressure of is the Energy of first principles we tread on ashes not extinguished not to dwell on were to leave out grandest illustrations of his magnanimity condition Ytit Ine spa ferr
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