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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 19, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaLints win be afe Tondes 43 for one remit ant sore is of is 3 Willious lbs Cisi liver anic Corn ending. In e the of per j. Jay jeans the functions of promo Teotho and body fas with Sease. Be taken with in any change in habit 01 Diesu i of intelligence Dauby. Or t unduly by or. G. Vav. Years in Ray prac ill Alt Ine lion Ity have proved recommend diseases As a they May expect d. Fast master. Jiuu Mich. Itar sir having Lori Ivy or fam of years 1 can Ibe last be lived in this Ous complaints y Short Lime in Lictus. I Travo the Lima i have plied with these almost Riu or Lent and Billious Clef s Bills when Pihs would have. 11 believe a a Lilikas Corn lie West. H respect r. P. Bush. Say Lea Ithaca. Of die acquainted restorative or a i Huyler and have f cases with Good Iii mend them for sate and efficient in complaint. Items m. D. M. D. President of the or a bunt. Stu native or fam e a Good and Safe s. W ill1ams. Hols Esq. June 15, 1843. 6ir conceiving in on the Public by res Tor alive or Lime last As attacked with an affection of the artilly recovered so much so that Loose us Efficacy Teslof live fills Pedly regaining her in tier usual do ale by a Wellsboro Liberty o., Tioga iary Balm soda lion of a Slan spitting of blood Burn Jials. Acquainted with Isema it in oar me of the most Are acquainted Kcf ugh in afflicted. Warden m. D . A m. D. An m. D. Son m. D. A m. D. A . I May be bad at we. Meek. Printed vol. . T Rem the Angl i re. My Lyre bring i be my Lyre and i will strike its s till nature All her be Luty bungs and casts Ilat or y Side the Flowers with of hrs soft and Sweet shall brightly Blush and Ever there a the stars that beam shall sing their Awee and wonder and still As my fingers s 1 Al Wake the hidden to Bright Exta Tii i la sing of lure and and still the gently n shall Quick to m and in Elysian numb. Ers aus my Lyre Sweet sounds v Misc Ell Fine 0 us. Gen. Washington and Pulask i or the Unkn a 01 ame Lite Elmei Washington. Person does and Green. The sky is changed and and storm and darkness vet Lovely is your Titrent kids in the night of a dark Oye in woman Clur moaned hours with voices of the in seemed to the Western horizon fire pandemonium was 3 gloomy cheerless night. Ram fell in torrent the windows of i ppe Nej and the d on the Earth and t dictations of a Secot Llie stale of things Ous to the Battle Olas Gen. Washing tent busily Engnes patches and orders to his off concerning the coi ung surprised and Ilen Enle Rance of a age closely Envery cloak which Ashe entered Rupply threw aside and unfolded View of the come american armies non height and a for such the announced stranger Edir a Mill air straight sword 01 Side and its Jewe glance that the of adventurer. In of a Sable Hue Vvhs american. J. F 00 Ivor strings bout Iny feet tide Pon the esl Melody Admire keep along soul of fire airy things armouring strings reply strings have snap by did be die 1 in Warrior. Cab betolct10n. Can the of to bar 2d nid Walkington ski Uch a change of r get be Are wondrous Sti brr night had thrown Over the Earth Sable pall. The world was veiled in Midnight darkness High and blew fun and Ever and Anor gleamed the Distant Thun the wind mra us As a the Pale Light and sullen As the of death beholder that the Vas a bed of 1 Iii i in miniature 1 that seemed i Eaven were re Waters let 1 Ere were throng d Flod. Such the evening or Brandy wine n sat alone it a in writing he hurtled by the my Lenous per Ion Jed in a dark m intended half yearly. Advance or Eft. Wellsborough july 19, 1843 for Freedom till the last but in foe triumphed. We Are Defeated country ruined or cities find villages sacked and Burn a our temples desecrated by the feet fhe Athertob and infidels our soil polu de a adj our Liberty and govern ment subverted by strangers and our nation by dotted from the annals of the world aft now i come with a Patriot s a Patriot s sword and offer my services my All my life if it shall be requisite in the cause of Amer can Freedom. I have left a land which Vas once i dear to me and it is no less o to me though in is lorded Over by russian despots with the Raos Cuis edits soil has been led an its Rivers Crim soned with the Alood of by friends relatives de graded a it is still it is dear to me because i is my own my native land. We battled for Freedom an d a name so Long As there was Hope. We called upon the nations of the Earth for help in he Daf of our trouble in the hour we cried aloud for Succour. Eyes flashed fire and he expressed his feelings in All the warmth of polish eloquence. I Call god to said that no thing but the purest patriotism and devout and sincere love of Freedom inspires and incites me and encourages a to enlist under the american Banner and Bare my bosom to the swords of the britons. A gentlemen you will know me better Whan you know m-3 longer Lam it was enough. The spell was broken. The e russian autocrat series and Servile tie s if Nin Iose Mil ties Jit a a 5 the Ander in chief the a figure of uni Melry the a Warance of the t Nan and scaled was habit costume. Ich waved Grace the night Breeze. His prom in lofty Mion seem Sion of Melanculo High and Pale by undergone my rays of the scorch a dark As the rav and thick and he around his Mas eyes which were piercing As he like a Tiger s the Warrior boned to and Rescue her i invader Dagger Hung Al de Hilt showed Long his at a Riner was no common Cap were d to Wear an sex ires y. His forehead was Lough it had Evi Lent cd exposure to the no hair was in s Wing was Short in in a thousand urls be brow and deep set Black Zed around pc entered the Terrt he r Ashington but said his and shed Jiame first in join in to in list under Banner and fight the venture. Murti Urei eying him with look Noble looking w prior the withering e Lance american general. From my native my country fierce Barbaria itry men and Ici indred contending in and the rest Wera too proud and fear Lei s to Bow to the Fower conquerer have banished to gloom Siberia to to is and drag out e More dreadful 3 horrid mines. Ully and has been i in mis than Washil Lance of Battle when the Marshall Plato if us arrows swarmed and vist Warsaw Europe name of god to the Yok depends called and of the Eai plications win his and Lov Slu Hie and c Gallant n Home. 1 Sylura fron i come he Earth who which is Here 1 Tho sacred sol where the to hover Ever us hallowed Domain and pro Loci its own Brave and sons and shelter in Walh Anc the euro you repos Confidence in me stranger foreigner exile and outcast As 1 Ami after 11 e conclusion of this Harangue the tall polls i Warrior stood in anxiety awaiting he reply of in the Samo Gall ant and Knightly attitude in a Luck Lbert d la Mon riot. Did when he stood de manding Laughy ancestral Janks of Days of t in old crusaders. With his minions with his wild cossacks and with his fiery legions were upon the Banks of the Prague la and closing around to crush us we called upon and the would in the sacred Liberty and in the name of assist us to help us throw off of the tyrant achieve our m be and repel the foe but we entreated in vain. The inhabitants h turned a deaf ear to All our sup and permuted Tho haughty russian countless Host to overrun the fairest St land beneath the Sun and hum and trample upon a Brave and Ion. Now 1 have no country no am compelled by Fate to seek an As the rage of tyrants in a foreign land. E because in is the Only spol on e 1 could Hope to enjoy Hal Freedom denied me in ii own country and Ghl i should find a Home upon of the pal Riol s own land goddess of Liberty delights to dwell pm with her Golden Wing from the oppression of the ignoble despots of Ean world. Say great unknown Warnor waa no longer a stranger for though he was a native of another continent his lame had been born on the wings of the wind All Over the Earlh. The ensuing tiny the 3d of october 1777, is memorable in the annals of the american Revol Mion Tor being the Day on which was bought the memorable Battle of it wag on that bloody Day according to the historian that both the Marquis de Lafayette and count Pulaski first Drew swords in defence of american Freedom. Pulaski was a Brave officer. His name will go Down with Honor to the latest , and will Ever be remembered and venerated by the people whose Liberty he Assen tally to achieve As one of those bold and fear less spirits who disdained to be a slave. No one can Ever Levert to the name of washing ton Marion and Green without paying a like tribute of respect to the magnanimous Polander. While he served in the american army he performed Many Brilliant exploits on the Field of Battle. He was in borne of the most Despe rate and sanguinary engagements in which the americans had to Cen lend with the veterans of England. During the revolution Washington committed in him Many important and perilous enterprises in the execution of which he evinced much military talents and sagacity As a com Mander and performed them with his usual bravery Fidelity and Plano Tim. He acted a conspicuous part in the Bailies of Saratoga and in the former lie fought bravely Aid hand to hand with count Delando a German officer whom he wounded and disarmed but with his accustomed magnanimity spared the Lite olins vanquished toe. Pulaski accompanied general Green in the Southern Campaign and on the 4th of october 1779, precisely two years and two Days from the time that he enlisted in the american army he fell mortally wounded at the siege of Savannah. His career although Complete. In marriage the daughter of the id Baron von Issendoff in the proud Hall in his famous estate on the he Ihone in sunny France in the Glon cast upon the Warrior a Stein l if he would read tie inmost secrets of his soil but he cowered not before the Gen eral s d and steadfast gaze. Of exclaimed Washington starting nth a Quick step walking Back and foil Slijk scrutinizing the Strajnar who can we Trust in these dark limes 1 can 1 confide in adventurer and an exile from your Nal crisis Gen. Green enter d the Pavil Lall Polander bowed and the Amerl you an i live land Al Chi lion in can ret lied the salutation. You Are a continued was Liing ton to the Polander i know you nol. 1 am unable tip read the secrets of your Hearl. You May be it May be possessed of Bono Rabii a tensions and incited to action by none of hers than the purest motives that Ever swelled in Hebi Waslof Man and yet you May be our b Terest and most deadly toe. We Are Admonis de by past sex Senence and by former preceded distrust All till they have proved them Eli As our friends. For aught 1 know or. Robert Tyler s speech the following is the eloquent speech made by Robert Tyler Esq., before two or Oliree thousand of the most patriotic hearts in the country and to which we alluded in yesterday s paper. We give it in extent corrected by his own hands. It is Manly and argumentative throughout and will be remembered As Long As there is an american Only True basis of american lib erty. And Why was it that the great heart of the american people responded so equally and earnestly to the necessity the Power and the spirit of it was because the contract Between the states out of which the Constitution of the government had sprung was founded on the grand conservative principle of voluntary association on terms which solemnly announced a perfect Equality of representation and of legislation Between the parties and a reciprocal guarantee of All the rights of property and of life. How entirely unlike to this was the Union now existing Between England and Ireland which involved in its very Conception fraud and trea fiery and whose opera Tion was full of tyranny and insult on the part of the British government to wards the Irish people. This most unhallowed and unrighteous Union the feelings of irishmen Natu rally revolted and the great lesson in these taught to the world that no government could be sustained for any length of time which did not rest upon the affections and the inter ests of the governed. Coercion might Gall the limbs and to a certain extent Fetter of Man but it never could convert him into the willing slave and sooner or later the time Al ways came in the Progress of despotic Empire the Sert rising up from his state of bondage and inspired Wilh the relist Lens strength and Fervour of patriotic resolutions would establish free institutions in the overthrow of the oppressor and the destruction of his works. The scenes through which he had lately passed he continued had been calculated to Eye vat the intellect arid inspire the the inestimable benefits of a government recognizing in their most Liberal form civil and religious Liberty had been deeply fervently impressed upon Republican temper had been gratified and expanded beneath their genial influence and if he had left Philadelphia for bos Ion with More than Ordinary Fet Ligand interest in the struggle then waging Between England and Ireland he had returned a warm ardent enthusiastic advocate for irishmen find Irish free Dom and if give him Peculiar Salis fac _ the and worst but possessed Only by a receive bulge t future s _ characteristic Oll your heroic nation and Wilh the e Nifon Siam of your valiant county Ryan Kosciu your s satisfy Liberty your Bui if 3 Sert the British general come with a he in the Emily in your Hearl and a Gocr under your garb of pretended1 you Aie your Moi sealed d Palm Solis i to seduce spy out our and Ihen return to your master. In May be so. Ii is pos probable. But there i Fra Knef a and sincerity in your language a Noble m Moness in your expression and de Meanor that it seems impossible to be feigned even deeply by the most arrant villain one most ailed in the deeds of sin and iniquity the Iru esl and Best. Stranger we on into our ranks As a Friend we i you our Hopes and prospects for the id if by Fidelity and bravery which is 10, you will give us ample proof of Erity and love of Freedom and will s that none other than the Genius of animates and induces you to Hazard i in fighting the Battles of the o betray us if you turn traitor and de Lonous struggle in which you Are now aged evil will betide you. At to mor in you will have an Opportunity to to the world your valor As a Warrior Fidelity Ai a pal Riol Row s Man i Lei and Yui Neil said Green putting his hand upon the till of his sword our vengence will tall upon Jour head our steel will Pierce your heart Hough Jroud be guarded by a legion of British too Diers though you were in the heat of England in the the British j 1 he Iuni Enante of the pole did not even change luring this sp4ecb, As the Reader will natural j imagine when such bitter insinuation an invectives were poured oct so pro Fusell i one who had such pure and holy motives in his heart but his b Ood boiled his heat beating for Liberty and an Irish one to Echo its sent or. Tyler Rose and in substance said that he was much pleased to be with his Irish friends of Philadelphia on this evening. It was probably known to Many of them had but lately returned from a visit to Bunker s Hill whose sacred soil was first stained with revolutionary blood. He would be excused for dwelling on this subject a moment for a lesson might be drawn from it not Only of interest Ameri Ca but to the people of Ireland. The late Celebration at Boston he continued to say was meant to illustrate extraordinary events the he to which has never before occurred in the history of the human race and which had filled the world with mingled wonder and admiration at their temerity and sub sequent Success. But the spirit which which presided Over the scene not Only had a memory for the past but a vision for the future. A Majestic Obe Lisk had now risen consecrated Eminence and up reared its in moveable form towards the skies around whose sunlit Summit the Genius of history hovered while recording the Sublime deeds of Patriot warriors and Patriot statesmen of past limes As an example for future generations. There was a sentiment connected with this Monument which was not imparted to it by its imposing height or by the mortar or Granite with which it had been constructed. It not Only spoke of fhe renown of ancient the glory of the Well fought Battle of the immortality of those who died in the arms not Only re corded the birth of our on its unsullied by no mor Tal hands it bore a higher holier a More More awful impress which involved the destiny of the con federation and there amid Clouds and All the first beams of Day Clad its Summit in the Blaze of while the descend ing Sun of evening poured its effulgence among the gorgeous folds of the nation Al Ensign which was wrapped about its form in summer and in and prophetic language declared that Union among states Union unbroken Union inseparable to be Uon that the first visit he had made to any Public Assembly since his return should now be made to a body of warm hearted and Liberty Loving repeaters. He had e reason too for his advocacy of the Irish Parl from philanthropic considerations in the shape of a sense of Friendship and of the irishmen of the court try where Ever he had been had always expend towards him the greatest degree of Confidence of kindness and respect. Or. Tyler then spoke More particularly of the arbitrary spirit which prevailed in the British government to wards repeal which was but a peaceable expression of of the popular wishes. He spoke of which had been poured into Ireland of the insults to the Irish magistracy and of various other proceedings on the part of the British government dictated solely in a spirit of oppression. What think you fellow citizens he said sir Robert Peel and the Duke of Wellington have declared that Ireland must be put Down and that she can be put Down in the co urse of Twenty four if need be that they can cover that ill fated Laid with the Bones of her murdered Irish people in obtaining repeal on which question he thought he might have been misunderstood by reason of certain impressive remarks which had on a former occasion fallen from him and in the second place he wished to a few remarks on the subject of or. O Connell s abolition speech so called or rather the speech which had been attributed to or. O Connell. He had perceived that or. O con Nell on the 10th of March last in the very eloquent and sensible remarks made by him before the Loyal National repeal association for Ireland prefacing a complimentary Resolution to himself and his Irish friends in Amer Ica did not like the idea which had fallen from him in a Short address to the repeaters of Washington City of an invocation of arms in the contest Heie going Forward for Irish Legisla Tive emancipation. In respect to this speech of or. O Connell she took Pleasic in saying that if he had been placed in the position which this gentleman occupied and was possessed of the requisite abilities on this question so far As those sentiments were concerned he should have pursued the same course of conduct which has characterized m r. O Connell s movements. He acknowledged the Wisdom of his peace attitude on the position of re peal and the Wisdom of he declarations on this Point. He readily Ted that it Vas the office of an accomplished statesman who could conduct the destinies of a great people to a Beneficent wins a Victory the wild passions of a multitude or who would achieve the Freedom and Independence of a state to consult Only the Maxins the precepts and the measures of a calculating and comprehensive wis Dom. And the noblest feature of the truest Wisdom is prudence and wis Dom itself he said though it came from an experience of trials and agony Tho the boo k1 of its precepts was written in tears and blood though its bitter truths were elicited the Loath Home prob lems which alone demonstrate the capacity of Man for suffering and misery the failure of disastrous Fields on which Liberty has the Viola Tion of Public and private pledges by which human rights have been Prog Lra Ted in the desecration of altars held sacred among whose holy horns human Vic rms have torn and in Drew its lessons from the rack the Dagger the Dungeon and the wis Dom though never Norrow or timid never selfish or Xvi Dom advances to its object and its triumphs with All the ennobling firmness of the roman All the invincible courage and determination of the Saxon will but with All the peace Ful persuasiveness and Charity of the Christian and with All the enlighten ment of this age of Christian civilization As it could accomplish its Patri Otic desires otherwise it would never Appeal to an Issue involving a civil con test or a blood bought revolution. It will never draw the sword or invoke the Cloud of War and the Thunder of the Battle Field As Lorig As a Hope remains drawn tears whole n 257. S i have watched by the Cradle of Irish i have followed its no even if they recollect All injustice and Treach Ery on the Par of England which led to this remark that but described the forced degradation and of this wretched matter if they recollect numberless during partial Resis an apples Stone pro e from the of Wren. He bravado of Marrogi was the language towards America result from added this As but the Nee and cruelty. This used in former times How different was the prophecy. He knew thai England was Strong that she possessed Arnn fies and navies munitions of War and wealth with which to Purchase a mercenary soldiery and that those who Laboured in the cause of Irish Liberty were comparatively weak there was an element in this Eon test which appeared also in the great american revolution that these men assuredly did not seem to dream of they forgot that there was a god in almighty god who did Justice Between Man and and by whose Law the race was not always to the Swift or the Bat the to the Strong. He gave Independence to might give free Dom to Ireland. But said or. Tyler his object in meeting this evening with his friends was to address them on two Points of great practical interest in the cause of repeal. First in respect to the policy of the course to be pursued by the that petition or argument might reach the hearts of those to whom they might be addressed. It is then not at All sur prising that a statesman in or. O con Nell s place should Bear these things in his constant and most grave deliberation. It would not do to risk the grand years now so Neaily accomplished through so much mental and physical toil it would not do to risk the grave question of Irish Legisla time emancipation now so nearly Evol Ved from the Many prejudices which surrounded it now so nearly relieved the obstruction which once opposed its Progress on the Impi ise of a moment or the spirit of re Vange which dictates to strike a passionate blow or on any other feeble or un1 worthy consideration. No Liberty was much too valuable to be thus trifled with and Liberty once lost was not easily regained. The hour once gone by might Nevei return and an important word a passionate blow might put Back the cause of Irish Freedom for Cen Turies to come. No gentlemen should learn to curb All feeling even. Let them patently abide their time for a fitting occasion would assuredly come. Let stimulate them to a Hasty or ill judged movement. No oppression of the pres ent no memory of the past not even if they recollect All the agony which passed through the Noble heart of grat Tan when he exclaimed with a sigh whose deep melancholy might have pressed and partial resistance begetting conflagration and bloodshed and unutterable horrors through All Ireland from the oppressors. No matter if they re collected the sad and bloody history of tone of Emmett and matter if they rec sheeted till their breasts swelled almost to bursting with indignation and a desire for vengeance the remorseless conduct of those who seemed Only Jent to Scourge them with whips of the fire and the scaffold and with fires taxes and imprisonment and with every species of imaginable Dis Grace. When they reflected on these things let the thoughts naturally excited by them make their arms Strong and their souls More still they should strive to be Cool and reasonable and steady and vigilant in All the horrid contemplation of their past and present misery for the Suc Cess of their great and glorious cause depended on the firmness and prudence of their conduct and if god should raise up i lends to their sacred cause and enable it to Triumph in a Happy Success let irishmen even then re member that it became them to be just and merciful towards the conquered that their foes shall distinguish the Dif i Ference Between patriots and hirelings and dignified thai they May command the respect and admiration of the world and charitable that their enemies May be compelled to Admire the generous spirit they never conceived. I in regard fellow citizens he said air. O Connell s late abolition speech which he had seen published in the new York Herald but the authenticity of which he questioned if the remarks which were made in thai address on the subject of shivery were exceedingly liars and injudicious and particularly offensive to him As a slaveholder and the son of a slaveholder he hoped that in so great a cause As this his soul had sufficient strength to Rise beyond any Mere personal consideration. His voice had never been raised for any one Man but for a nation not for or. O Connell but for Ireland. But he had said he had occasion to question the authenticity of the speech attributed to or. O Connell he believed it to be impossible that could have made it. He Felt assured it was some fantastic Irick of the silly abolitionists had Ever believed or. O Connell to be a statesman of extraordinary a Man possessed of humanity of Honor and of consistency he would confess that under the supposition that he had made this speech he would find very great difficulty in reconciling his former feelings of admiration for his talents and respect for him As the great and accomplished Leader of repeal with the conclusions necessarily forced upon his mind by the sentiments contained in the address to which he had alluded. Being a statesman of sagacity continued or. Tyler he could not imagine that he would desire to throw away your powerful Aid and even my Humble support for the purpose of forming a coalition with the abolition clique of this country mutually to operate against the institutions of this very country which had assisted Ireland in her hour of peril-j-a1 set of men for the most part without honesty sense or respectability All fixedly opposed to the cause of Ireland and but the Shadow of the English abolition party equally at War with the Progress of re peal and the Advance of Republican institutions in truth the most deadly foes to a Merica both Here and there on the face of the wide Earth. Being a Man of sagacity he would Nuques a

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