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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 17, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI cents deducted if Ujj Cash actually in ill be need until a arrearage Are option of the editor. _ riot exceeding twelve lines in for one Dollar and for every sub a five cents. So Tinea not a for seventy five cents. J for one or three insert on the same. Discount to yearly advertisers. I sub sto1 for the Tioga Eagle. Forgiveness. There s none of the living hath did or afar vol. Vious of the ear but they had i and admiration had Reape d it Tho years As they Roll. Then brother Torg ivc a voyager like thee whose vessel s a wreck on the rocks of the sea. Tho heart hath its Flowers tears though crushed by the passions that mar All its years. In e that Stilt turn ten now quenched in its flame that Irion ship affection May win in their then brother forgive Whoso Steps go ural kind land woo from error s dark Way. Tie of a those up in heaven who Sinneth not whose Are forgiven and of ors forgot Retlccrnc-1 from pollution the curse and the brain of sin and forever Wmk Angels to reign. Then brother forgive thai s iwo j Neath the Rod or expect not forgiveness leaven and god. Down to the coarse and jag ked stubble he had painted for Tance opposite renown arid Ifon it in its fullness he had re he is coming n the wide seas he Hau sat 1 Down the Lane. Joined to sail amid the Eter gains and Gate grandeur All Man he had s pie arid with Al and most magnificent Moun ered up thoughts of everlasting iat is Lovely in nature and in and partaken without scr it measure he had even turn in his native land and sworn should never lie in its bosom before and his heart Mel Ted and acknowledged its allegiance to the of the irresistible tie de in scorn for that his Bone but death Sto j. M. Its Sacre d and bringing Home. By we. Ii Witt. S a magic sound every True author Stamps upon his on intense feeling affectionate Power. The relationships lit Spring Clience and wrap our mortal life in ill its varieties of peace or happiness or misery have been dictated by the strongest it feeble St a is with an equal feeling of a tenure but Vilh far diff Crest vigor. To a mind no circumstance connected Home Are More attracting and affecting than thither individuals in the a under the lets. As i All its Rittha diary Labo and Young i i Mariedi but sweetmeat amusements this Bolida Man creat boys and of Holiday they Dot the g various i came up a tie bringing stages of existence Auto of have 5een Tbs Heber Nicison was born from to ecu anther. I have seen the a said she. Self Frog 1 lives his set Anu of Brothers and Sis which so ten Spring Iii Forth from the Domestic door Tho Louii of the Carriage approached in which the Little stranger arts its parents were coming. I have heard the exclamation of Delight of Loving the ear most Loob and gesture of curious Cro Wilms round to Gaza on the Little in snatching up of the Long fair Eil hurrying altogether of the toppy family into that abode which hence Forth is the Home of All. 1 have seen the boy come bound in in Liaf year s absence at school ill Izeall health All the and shaking of Bud Surprise at his growth his change his improvement i have gentle timid irl return under the same Circum the Mother s kisses her tears kept out the former playmate Uijun to Welcome her and beheld what a Tao t a Little time had made even in those Tom the Gay familiarity Days they parted were they looked at each other and Felt wondered in their own minds like alteration in each other so grown different 10 unlike the beings of each others Oie Moty till they become shy and silent. 1 a Job seen the tall youth coming from Broad from his boy when a Man with a lofty dashing Manly voice and so grown out of Kis former self that it required some time and Isle Conse to discover in the Depths of Bis heart Anil nature the being that he went i have stood by the Graves of the the place the into Bis ing As if he was the a Lerg the in died by could no who Bai waited he mad 1nw -1, devoted to news politics mob laity h 47. Agri Cultice and amusement. And not Only the multitude i under a Large Sycamore tree of 1 with wonder Green and waited the event. Presently and i saw the Heads of All stretched Forward and fixed on an Eminence at some Dis whole Job. 309. Oked upon he bad desired pleasure Tahl sned lingering 3 other dreads the worse evil of stagnation and contends that is to be found Only in Energey rhe history of he them my t i counter balance no Powers always one nature was mor Powerw Spring from the and disappear in mighty Powe Force of Earl wanderings glory to Thi Nook of East of All those i of its fight i than time or mingle these the sees and almost every it was my i lot lately t sing out of serves 4 me i was a i the Midland i strolling for can the habitation of my Friend in 1 forests and his tall Little obscure and unattractive he was brought. Not a spot a Aeiful ones might defraud this due space or passion or Fame dust with its Kindred dust. I have seen these every one notice one or two incidents Ari his Strong Law of nature that de e particular attention ing a rather Long visit to one of counties and was in of to the Neiff Boring Fields. Entered a Village one Day i found Ita hts. Unoccupied with their or a Ying up towards the Village hovering above them As they came. As they Drew near repeated Hurrah announced their triumphal procession and i soon discerned a Carriage moving along amidst the waving of hats and the Broa d grins of hot merry faces. In a few seconds they poured in the Village tumultuous company of a Meu were covered with horse s Carriage with dust and Laurel and Oaken is Fiey drove up rapidly to the old cot hats flew in the air the whole Village rang with one tremendous Hurra and amid the bristle i could just see the Gallant officer a the cottage moment. What a moment that what a moment to the old people Here was their Twenty anxious All their Hopes and fears longings and was Ning Triumph Heie was their son covered with honors and still their son Mot one his old pared ashamed of his native lowly hut in a few seconds he came out i caught a glance of Noble his Manly Sun i saw that tears had and the Crow of the mind whether for Good or for either in excess has been productive of mischief and each has in some degree acted As a Check on the other and a preservative against its abuse. But the tendency of each and we Trace the influence of each o All the marked epochs the condition of the human race As each has for a time acquired the Ascendancy. British and foreign review. My first and last love affair. By William bunks. I believe the admission general that no boy passes his nineteenth year without having experienced at least one tender and eternal of course passion and that Verf few get through their sixteenth year scat less of romantic love. The tender sentiment is Peculiar to the teens and is the mumps and the a fumes once in a lifetime. Just As i was entering the last half of my nineteenth year not How Long that was and beginning tto think of and other modern evidences i ago scorched features bean rolling Down those deeply tanned Cheeks desperately in love. Pressed in their Best and old i he would have spoken but jus bad the Street. Before the i Ted nature but he put Forth wards the Kyr Viates of his collected in groups in Tely imagined that it was serving no stalls of toys or no shows or signs of Wake a i was at a loss to account for aspect of things. The first he his hands to youth and in a moment it was res that i approached were some asked them what particular cause making they had. Said t you know the general is com i replied what Gen Phat to be sure said he turning with a laugh stood nex Why to the boy who does not know the Gen woman leaving her company d relieve both the boys and my or dilemma. General a is coming to Flay after a Twenty years absence do you see that old cottage about seized by a dozen eager claim ants of recognition and again a loud Hurra proclaimed the Triumph of the assembled multitude. I saw and wept in silence. All that were present were invited to Dine with the general on the was ,00 interesting a scene to be left. I went and never beheld a sight Fuller of the Nabih of nature and the blessedness of human i had time to scan the features of the i knew at the time that it was the maddest thing in the world to voluntarily yield my self up to a passion which is very cleverly caricatured by French Cooks when they put a live fowl before a slow fire and roast it Gra dually for the purpose of swelling the heart but show me a youth who if he has his head Bajeart and oth Broil of tenderness Devo will confess that i my cared for Neil her. Holding three or four huge slices of beef in my hand for i did not half like the Prospect of an encounter with the dog i threaded the narrow walks and gained the designated spot beneath the Windo or the night was very but two tight eyes shining from the Case ment told me ail that i was anxious to learn. How i managed to clamber up to the win Dow and enter Iris of to particular ii nor Tance. I die get up and in and found my self in her arms or she found herself in mine a forget was though. My own love a pretty appellation in was in raptures and so was i she we and i Sung to of Why is the girl of my soul still in tears do i quote correctly until she wiped h eyes and began to talk. Then i knew s had regained her composure for i have ways observed that a woman never talk when she is is a yell or a smile and either is not very pleasant we Laid great plans that night. Elop Emeri Hasty for a s everything was fixed upon. In the sea hours of the morning i prepared to leave approached the window and looked was unusually dark. There is an Especio proverb against jumping in the dark but did not think of it at that the pity. The Farewell kiss was burning on my lips the soft Adieu ringing in my ears As i took he jump. Powers above what a transition found myself immersed to the lips Hogshead of warm meal compound in _ 1 was probably musicians. Its situation of earlier i Date altered by or Udert and was Plant eat due a theatre if Lincoln s inn Fields in 1667, it seems probable that for placed the Judi ence and the stage. The part of the is open and the band of Twenty tour violin so with the harps cads and theordos which accompany the voices Are placed Between the pit and the As Malone Lias remarked if this had not been a novel Rejaian the explanation Here u Little revenant int Rodn de this As Bellas others Lees com enable from historic uni Erselle Des theatres 290. All the same 1 to any Popple Are collected there his father Al s father live in that poor cottage you e As much As my question Surpri Ither i and replied a Gener and Moth and Moth Surprise sed the i yes Oia is Gener House he was born As poor a said the woman it is not that such things happen but this hat native Village. In boy As an but he was a Clever Active lad Man took notice of took vice and gave As Mach be and 30 had been own up he Man s sons. There before he brn Hia own son. When went As a servant to who was an officer to the gentleman died Knowin that he and being very fond of r very diligently and in his illness and read to his he commission to . Continue Many years in the indies and distinguished himself greatly in the wars. He was reckoned one of the Cleverest and boldest Fellows i i the army and though at first his brother officers looked very shy on some even ins tilted on account of his birth yet spite of Rose by degrees to the rank of major. Many presents and much Money he sent id his parents from time to at the froment that he returned to England the Arm r was going to Spain and he was or dered to accompany there he went almost without having set a foot live shores there he fought under Well ind followed in All his victories in spa ii and thence i nto France and was in of Tyc uth i the great Battle of nto the world and nit come Over be was sent into Canada and never even to die but have been borne to this Daj has he been Able to set native scenes on the Bier that their wards 1 is native place might mingle with the ashes of their ing he has sent Many Kindred. Bis its to go melancholy Home iring Ings Are these but they n ver would they show the mighty Power that resides in. Had Liv a almost All their sacred spot. The prodigal in Bis Mise Thev we july die. He hit the conqueror in his bed of Hall in the glorious Sunset of Bis mortal i Jall cry take me Home that i May newly Aid out and All both inane or if that May not be take me Home made Ery grand and today there is be May sleep with my though a very great dinner on the Lawn and the. Should have traversed the a Mother ill8y should have sojourned Long and Pontic it in Many nations so that in other people after Dianne a other loves they May have for years their father land yet general and old Clergyman. Body i i the Village is to be there. He woman told her Story a crowd of her Mig Bors got round us and As she Ceas the last Vou r comos the soul arises in de be to Tell i agony and stretched itself towards the things ours general without one Trace of its youth and in the last gushing of love would Fain Fly hither Ere it the Earth forever. It is but a few years ago that i stood by the grave of one of the greatest poets and of the most extra Ordin aryan in of this or other age. It a Tittle miserable Vil he and he had gone and dwelt Iri Trio hands. Of his old the lands of present and perpetual Beauty he bad walked with the mightiest and Wisest and most an of life. Fortunate Warrior and had not the most convincing evidence to the contrary been before me i should have said that his whole Mem and bearing proclaimed of aristocratic birth so Noble was the expression of his countenance so so free from the coarseness or the restraint of the plebeian was his deportment. So much is the internal Orace of a great nature Superior to the effects of birth or circumstances. I saw the pro fount happiness with which he gazed round on All the friends of his Early Days or their children his eyes perpetually returning and fixing themselves on those two old people perfect rustics in person 3nd manners sat and looked again upon in a dream of i saw clasp to his heart that aged priest who supported on one hand by a on the other by his staff a feeble Silver headed old Man came slowly to the table and i heard thank god he had made his happiness Complete by and his Benefactor to witness it a Beautiful place was that we table was.5.bread. A ought canopy was erected Over it our were on the turf and around us a thousand Green Shribbs whispered in the thousand Sweet Flowers breathed Cir doors upon us Many a Joyful Day i have happier than this never but i cannot describe it. Or fins Are in a lion and Romance and i was a greater fool than the mar Jotty of my sex and age. The course of my love run smoothly enough for some this did not d Reive knew i should get to the rapids and whirlpools too soon for conf was like the Drunken Indian in the Canoe above of just took Long draughts of delicious nectar arid allowed the Little Shallop of Rny Fate to take its own Way however Good for fattening hogs is of exactly calculated for a hot Bath. How t got there or How .1 got into it i had no ascertain for the loud Barking of the of called my attention a new the beef i held in my hand As i leaped from he window fell into the i now contrived to draw it out of the meal with he Hope of silencing the dog Ere i attempted myself from the unpleasant position in which i was placed. But dogs though they like beef very Well Are not Par i. Of to Linn by t. E. Mayadley. Like Pante a statesman., and a and like Dante be a ate in ambition and in love. Edh is health and his sight the comforts of his Home and the Prosperity of his of the men by whom been Dis anguished at his Entrance into Kef some had been taken away the evil to had tarried into foreign climates their Conque Rable hatred of oppression j some we re pining in some bad poured Forth their blood on scaffolds. That hateful pro script Iori facetiously termed the act of indemnity oblivion had set a Mark of. The poor Blind deserted poet and held Bim no by name to the hatred of a profligate an in constant people. _ Yenal and licentious scribblers with just sufficient Talent to clothe the thoughts of a Ponder in the style of a Bellman were now the favorite writers of the Sovereign and the Public. It was a could compared to nothing so fitly As the rabble of Comus grotesque half human dropping wine bloated gluttony and reeling to obscene dances. Amidst these his Muse was placed like the Chaste lady of the masque lofty spotless and be chatted at and pointed at and grinned at by the whole rabble of satyrs and Gollins. If Ever despondency Aud asperity could be excused in any Man it might have been excused in Milton. But the strength of his mind overcame every calamity. Neither blindness nor gout nor age nor penury nor Domestic nor Politi Cal disappointments nor abuse nor proscription nor neglect had Power to sedate and Majestic patience and make the Best bargain it cd uld Stith the treacherous Waves. My gentle resignation however did not make my sufferings the lighter the crisis looked piteously around for in the Molt pathetic and romantic it would to do Over i went into the maddening floor i Felt for an instant it was All by with then there was a Blank. When i awoke again i found myself in weak and very wretched. The doctor told me i had been threatened with inflammation of the brain but that a Rheu titular by fond of Indian meal soon found to my Cost. The came on with a fierce yell-4as the beef a Sudders flood of Light exposed me two or three grinning ser of family the which i was figurine. I attempted to enemy soon ll-4as i held of to its and a hos ridiculous scene n Ris and explain As or. Wise did some time a in Congress but the clog declared i was of of order and compelled me to Dud nor. Disturb his his do not seem to have been they were singularly equable. His temper was Seonas perhaps Sternal it was a temper which no Ron Fer sullen or fretful. Suffer is could Render sullen events prime such is it was the eve of his great he returned from Bis travels in the Hea mite under to avoid his Spring. I arose but to hear peals of Dodge again in the same the vile animal continuing to leap Over me with the agility of a cat and the ferocity of a Tiger i thought my time had come and was about to resign myself to my with As much dignity As it was possible exhibit in a Hogshead when my relented and called the dog off. I Matic fever had stepped in ins cold Bath to Romance i who to be labelled from the mom to be revenged and i kept my Bill is a receipted yet. My y a broken heart hated the Man Ead. What a was dying of i it and oath for his eng Fate for me to persecutor parsec was then take out scraped and allowed to de mishap became i Over be was sent into Canada his face to and now he is times and wanted into a better House. But said there they lives and Trier has bought the and a gentleman from London has i Here. Ind had it newly Aid out and All made Jery grand and to Day there a1 very authority and reason. In reviewing the intellectual moral or re Progress of Mankind at any. Period of their history we find the various forms of human opinion always bearing the impress of one of the two great sources from which they take their origin and with it their Peculiar features and which we name generally authority and reason. Though each his father and Tio it still alive and every of that s Ivy which such unusual elevations com Molj produce that i declared i must stay and s in the arrival of this extraordinary Man. I wanted Down the Village and Drew near the cottage of his parents. There i beheld Man in the dress of a rustic and propped on two Sticks eagerly looking the Fine up which the general was to come 4irhili the old woman in a state of fidgety continually appeared at the door look As disappeared again. I took. These terms have been used with some varsity of meaning yet we May adopt in a general Way without fear of Mista is for two broadly Dis share an influence Over Al human opinions and institutions under whatever diversity of outward form and the nature of which is Best seen in contrast in the characteristic practical effects. It May indeed be True that. Either is Seldom found in operation free from All admixture of the other but we. May still Trace the Peculiar effects of each even in their joint opera Tion the one always seeks to maintain opinion of influence the other disclaims All Way but that of argument the former looks Only to submission and conformity the later to conviction and sincerity the one would enforce duty arid subordination the other is directed to enlightenment and free Dom of opinion the first adheres to an in varying Standard the second is progressive the former holds out the salutary and beneficial efforts of its requisitions the latter in quires into the grounds of them and seeks evidence the one follows the ancient the Many and the approved the other cares not to stand out singly and renounce the most favourable repossessions the one to old associations and impressions of an hat she looked Gater with Dis i a Rake and i am writing now especially to will know what the foregoing Means with out further explanation but lest some sour crabbed old maid or fussy old Bachelor should accuse me of putting nonsense in Type will just add in Plain tear Fps that after a most tender season of love which commenced in the warm months and lasted till the cold i was very politely informed by a very polite Mother that i it w Rale and libertine and upon my attentions to her Dai pleasure. Here was a Damper who had never dared to read certain chapters in the old testament for fear of knowing More than a modest Young Man should la libertine who had never locked in a lady s face without mushing the Harge astonished virtuous surface Vith less reason not More astonishment and indignation did no ended As i said before in rheumatism. I when i recovered a most devoted Friend 0 the parties me a p Etty three cornered note the Seal of which White Wax of course represented to Whf hearts very Barbar run through with an looking Shew or. It the note not the was from and was full of tender the Story of my known and i was greeted with laughs of de. Vision at every Corner. J against this however i bore up bravely till i was informed that the fair one for whom i Hae encountered All these perils had played me false by marrying her then i solemnly swore never Agam to dabble from in love or meal slush and thus ended my first and last love affair. Journal and citizen Soldier. Music. By jambs bees. Music moves us and we know not Why we feel the tears but cannot Trace the source. Is it the language of some other state born of its memory 1 for what make the soul s Strong ins inc of another world like music 1 miss London. Music was invented by Jubal b. C. 18 00 vocal choruses invented b. A. 406 notes invented by Gui d Arezzo 1025 the italian of composition introduced about livened by music the playing of minstrels is in the old Mir the Tablet and Sis of health and Manly Beauty loaded and glowing with s such it continued to be when after having experienced every calamity which is incident to our nature old poor disgraced he retled to his Hov though be wrote the Paradise Tost at a time of life when images of Beauty and tenderness Are in general be ginning to fade even from those minds in which they have not been effaced by a Frety and disappointment he adored it with All that is most Lovely and delightful in the physical and m Oral world. Neither theocritus nor Ariosto had a finer or More heal Tifful sense of the pleasantness of external objects or loved better to Luxuriate amidst sunbeams and Flowers the songs of nightingales the juice of summer fruits and the coolness of Shady fountains. His Conception of love tie voluptuousness of All the gallantry of the chivalric tournament with All the pure and quiet affection of an English fireside. His poetry reminds us of to miracles of Alpine scenery nooks and dells Beautiful As fairy land Are a Bosomed in its most rugged and Gigantic the roses and m myrtles Bloom a chilled on the verge of the Avalanche. Traces indeed of the Peculiar character of Milton May be found in All works but it is most strongly displayed in the Sun nets those remarkable poems have been undervalued by critics who have not under stood their nature. They have no epigram at in Point. There is none of the ingenuity of the thought Dione of the hard and of Petrarch in the simple but Majestic records of the the flute spoken of he they used the Smith Page Chester plays. The t j my own one broken crushed blight undying How these sprinkled in. The p s. Put new life in it ran j same time As the actors. Laugh sat Locksmith window that looks into 10" to night. In scaling top and your should attack you a had his Teeth filed yesterday.1 i was in raptures. Wiat did Little Garden at out against one of his a Short time restored to that Beautiful face Over which the grave had closed forever led to musings which without Effort shaped them selves into verse. The Unity of sentiment and severity of style which characterize these Little pieces reminds of the greek anthology or perhaps still More of the collects often attempted by minstrels who 1 of the English Noble torn on Are some Mes mentioned with and rewarded the massacres of Piedmont of a Netly _. Cou Lect in verse. The sonnets Are More or less fre often introduced that companies into _ , but monasteries and of the to r of therefor. The houses of the use of trumpets cornets for the he is v Ery ferocious and sic for the dog the his filed Teeth any pets of the future the on excitement and innovation the other lives m movement and Progress the one exclaims against the dangers of change and Forward a few authorities. Bring j in Marst on s an know indeed be without exception _ f mind to which we look for a parallel it scarcely Safe to draw any As to character of a passages Mes which we have ascribed to every and i Devous of a rent in i performers sat in two different Middleton s Chaste maid in Cheapside 1620, and Lew Paperi
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