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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 10, 1852, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaTir .ur-ao.43. Mogot agriculture country is the most prosperous Whei e labor commands Buchanan. Poet s Gie Wells Obj thursday june to. Roll my. M i Lynn or rns pct t in it Imit i Hind Roe r l i if to or oct my. Imti d to r nil s i Vanluc ii it i t i l nun inny Ludo Moir i to tin forgot in n i o lh3ido Niu whole to. 721, n i l ring n in i y profit a will Sunj 7 Al a Tho Caso i t ii la ii Al Pili co 0 i to inc hip i a i in Perl h to ii i i tin Lienert a prom the Neap of ruins and from the Solitude which was More prophetic than the uproar of the storm nay was appointed to cover the Retreat and this act of Napoleon utters More distinctly his opinion of thai marshal s generalship than Lan Guage con do the whole history of Ney s con j duct during that memorable Retreat seems to belong rather to some hero of Romance than on actual Man the marvelous details appear m credible and would be believed if the Evi Deuce was not incontestable with a Mere handful of men he placed himself Between the French and re Sian armies and by hism Credi ble exertions desperate valor and exam useless ingenuity saved a portion of that which would otherwise have Heen totally annihilated. I that retinal alone would make him immortal. I with All the fault toned in ins generalship there concert was continued by others the Man who knew everything. Under Las command he still renewed it four Lori chancellors. I t i or Oik inn i it lilt r in 17 non i i Dij in h in Var in i r i it Iti i k to Tuny i i in or 1110 a Tirion by l my or irl ult to Biumi m1 i i is in i in Cimpi Ign lint us a c in tinder a t l n my Arm in it inv ton of in i he c nor it a Twe n Ali it in i inert ill u in n or i n t Poleon As he r and Ivy the _ or my 1, Gin rib no i in into t it ire my of ii lit s r d Irma in i n Impi Irir onh it ii str e on i t a r a in i in h l Midi t i i s u i info Annj a i is f v the e r tre n in i o i Iii m a m a it i r he ii oils Thil term ,1 in lion. At length the to uttered rent mints of the nature Prev inf reached he the i ills we have passed the Island Dary of the russian territory Ney arrived Des of Hassam Yeh the fires of the s i i on tank to All prospective cd unav. In n la b v 1 q t away. Collecting in haste a few men whom he found m the town planted Twenty four Cannon on the Ridou kept Buck the enemy All Day while the was retiring the next morning he cont med hit defence but the soldiers seeing their com rades bending their footsteps love ids France and away from the bullets of the russians be Gan to follow Alicr till he was left almost alone still True to his duly he continued to cover the Lage of Cornville no occurrence Lias Ever to k n , of All the particulars of Winch Caleb i my a thorough knowledge in the Tern Bank the detail. All matters in the prospective wind Blons More briskly than Ever and to mor were Onici rated discussed arranged and Satis he Row alas will bring me to the Point beyond Dipo de of by Caleb Long before Thev and m i which i dare not go j seeing the elephant. The stage n which i was a Passenier and stopped to change horses and feed the Pas. Seri oers at a Shinall town in Vermont and Din Ner Over we Wein awaiting the arrival of a Retreat of the army he had to often saved. All awaiting the arrival of a had nol Jet passed the Niemen and b Del of s 1" role. In proceed per Tzisin and threats and pro Mist he collect cigars had been lighted de thirty men around him. And with Musket in Way our time we had c in Retreat of the army he had was not a commander inning Ether the French or Allied forces during the whole a Var that Ever did or Ever could accomplish a hit Ney per formed in hit memorable flight had he Fillen we believe Bonaparte would have fallen into and the former really saved the the Oiler could not have done it Hoyt pro visions almost without arms he battled the Well tried and countless legions of Russia Back from ins beloved emperor and Over the wintry Gumbinner w7s the first place m it Rainy Lam the h Fields of Snow and amid the driving form with i after he River at Winch rest co old a pal were a hear unto inc and a Wal a subdued he Obi amed. A neral Dumas who v As sick i took place if a neighbor rushed Mlo a store to Corn Musicale what to believed to be very recent piece of news he would have the i Neil Lakin oui of him by being told by Alt b that he had heard it a week ago events of the past pre sent and future were All the same to Linn ins ubiquitous knowledge grasped and cover ii them him they were All stale news i a Small bet was nude one evening by tween is Stevens and Joe Stebbs. Sibyl that Joe could it non plus celeb with any piece of Intel re look All such cd v Lutu Uno country men the soldiers exhausted and their muskets from them into the Snow drifts and Lay prostate forms before life was wholly extinct. The storm howled by As the soldiers sunk it night in the Snow to rest Miny to Rise no More while the morning if it shone Al All looked cold and dimly through were Long Mien lid when not a drum or a Trum pet note broke Hie Muff Lul Treid f the stagger ing on the1 rear of such an army my in fight of such horror did Nej commit thing but a spirit unconquerable As file itself could Lime us tamed him or Kep Coung cof his troops. Stum moment Over the dead bodies of thai who ind marched but a few hours in Advance of i them Llin ii amps threw Avvis their in Dps Pur and wandered off into the evil Derma o d p with co d or be slum by the co Sicks Yuk it n firm and around him that All the i pc wer of Russia could not conquer now order i v his Meh with the a general and this town a my acco Ted him whom he took to be a perfect stranger. His powerful form was wrapped in a Large military cloak his Beird was Long and untrimmed ins to men j Ance be Grimes with powder and his whiskers half burned off while ins emaciated fice to Ike i of toils and privations of no common Tau Nituda but his Eye still burned with that Lustre no one Ever forgot who once saw it in Battle said the stranger general Dum is do you not know me " no replied Dumas who Are jou1" i am the rear Gard of the Irmy m Irshal Nev i hive fired the ast Mai Ket h i on the Bridge of a ovum i hive thrown into the Niemen Tho last of our arms and i have walked hither at you see me across the forests he had done Oil that Man could do fought till his army was annihilated thin form Pupp Otten in the Dis an owl like Etui Essen of Wisdom Aid dignity who hid Heen on an evident desire i0 Lake a hand broke Oul "1 s use Jou think that s an All fired Biff eone Ern an Hrdy would thai hide t spin it then i suppose you have seen u said n v Legal Friend. Yeas u it was there ply and u o a in Neil a imbue is u in Sihle Ifo Tefol do my n a Kliron Jaq a Lull there on barrels boxes act t is opened the eve neg s amusement by a King in a manner tint indicated that he was continuing i conversation commenced before they entered the store say Joe thai they caught him last sir about seventeen minutes v night1 yes eight " Well Joe How far up the Creek is it1" on a careful consideration i should say it v. Is about three Miles or three Miles and a a Marti a or Peri lips a halt up the said Creek Caleb who had not loss a word of the conver j. Sit Ion drooped his scoop with Astoni-1, Aid the major a ment. And opened his ears for the boys were 11 if Iii if in no Lirra it i tit 11___ i j Harp s 1 ii n i j r t e Paul j la 111 him up i 111 i n Tot h n c Gunuf i no in in the Hying Clouds of a Northern f the men that was sur Iii up the monkeys Savage heart of Africa we dashed along at where Birnum was and he him out to a most exc log rate of Speed brushing the Reeds me Selling lemonade on of a of the Low islands or dipping into the gloom of the thadows by the in Pruncel forests the innumerable swarms of wild Birds filled the air Wilh their noise As they flew to their covens or ranged them elves m compact files Olathe Sand. Above All their do i heard at intervals Mui the unseen threets Inland the loud and prolonged snarling rear of some wild beast. In was too deep toned and powerful for a Leopard and we All decided that it was a lion. A was watching the snowy cranes and Silvery he Rons that alighted on the boughs within pistol shot my men pointed but a Huse Hippopotamus standing in the Reeds bul a Short distance from the vessel he wis Between five and Siv feet High hut ins hand body land its were of enor Mous bulk he looked afus opened his great jaws gave ins like and a toss in the Nir and a Miffe Dha Lily into the water at the same instant an immense Crocodile perhaps 20 be t in length left his basking i ice on the band and took resume in the River Hoon afterwards Tavvo Hippi Pirimi Rose in the Centre of the Stream Anil after snorting the water from their nostrils entertained us with a Peculiar grunting sound like the lowest rumbling note of a double i went up to him. And thinks i i la give lain a piece of my mind Stez i or. Bix Penee a see he. I looked at ins lemonade there was just one Lone Aoh Larj second handed slice of Lemon in a Hull a sub full of it and he part dam it out at sixpence a Glass i hat made me madder than All the rust so see i loud and auda Ahly or. Barnum 1 think your show s a darned Humbug Young see he i s Spose you paid to come 1 did see i. He a oppose Yon did have paid your Quarter and Jouve perfect to i Hank a isl you please Vav said the major after the caused by this recital had so of what subsided Why did you nol demand your Money Baik 1 you Rei Tamly could have compelled them to refund your Quarter i u see the Brut i said scratching his head 1 did t pay no i crawled in under the Ean Vais the general Gance of language to Whf Miny women Are addicted ins often been the subject of Rennik it i idles and then Lei us Hope you will never say you love anything unworthy of Jour Sicul word Rinon Omen were born to love is As car t unas Ahjit general Jackson b irn to co n m ind or Char every one is born to die their very i Ilert shows the san nigh of this proclivity they use the word to indicate any sort of Otter lion Mission penchant appetite or fancy they love Shnir lovers and Len in husbands Fine Dre ses and Fine dinners sweetmeats ind Svee t ribbons with apparently the Sime sort and same measure of affection to is too time an expression for a i Idy s Choice she loves she does t Hap pen to h tie and can find no other word in the diction it that is equal to her need the it ii Everly Stiling my Indi Crim mate use of the huh get and i Liest word in the language is improper and there pm be no ground Debite of Ide irly love turnips exclaimed a lady the other d by at the lady who merely meant to Siy she liked the vegetable m question the a Lyou do1 said an Scelie did Bachelor of her an Quantance who sat opposite. What More could you say of your thai Beautiful child of your or even of Vona ble Deemer madam1 Jijine turnips i Hope you my yet find something More worthy of your affections " to s and to s Detroit Adverl Ici Plains the Book terms Quarto Octavo Dodeci to or la Weir abbreviations 4to, 8vo, 12mo, which frequently Puzzle the uni titled first then be it understood these to s and when sir Edward Sugden the present lord Chancellor of England was lord Chancellor of Ireland he Tonoli a prompt special interest m the of St Pinck s Hospital of which a was sex offitto visitor and curator a Story la yet told at the Chancellor s expense of his first i it to the , which la Worth repeating in this connection. The ruin Velior probably designing to Lake the institution by ii Reno omitted to Send Iny a Tite of his Inlet did visit but some waggish who knew to purpose sent word bet re him which prepared the officers of the establishment for the receipt Ofa rather some cd Tomer the head of the establishment happened to be absent when sir Edward arrived and he found himself to Hia Surprise treated without the slightest deference and ceremony. He did not conceal his impatience at Llu Sre misses As he supposed in the management of the institution and signified his intention to Cir Over the building without Dehy but Hia Surprise when informed by Theatter Danulat he could not be allowed any such privilege Whit do you mean fellow asked the indignant cd Mehlor i mean just what i say then you can t go you May As Well be uni t what is the meaning of this open the door sir and show me to my Carriage i shall report your conduct and if your master docs not punish i shall take Steps to make Bull of Jou respect Atu of be Aiu with your authority keep quiet poll von divil a Root shall Jou stir oat of this the a Chur comps Hick and puts you where you want to be sadly Yvo hit c. The meaning of All this Don t you who in fellow or Are you mad _ of Faith there s one of us mad sure enough. Troth i know you very Well if that s All that s troubling you 1 know me of you would t thus Hehu Tome 1 am the lord Chancellor of Ireland lord Chancellor Well sure your Wel c Ime hone to us we have three or four Lorca can allure Here already and the Story goes that sir a wafd had to submit until the return of the proprietor and i niger of the Asylum an hour or Tavvo later he est nah hed his identity and sanity without difficulty and was once More restored to Freedom red hair Bentley miscellany in a recent Nom be Hia an Amain it article on red Tor some reason or Oiher has always been Dis like m various parts of the world the Nash one of us so ides ii Auburn color running into Brown Bis Al Venys been As much admired As the Bright red has been condemned. Red half has been considered As Beto Kening a cruet and fiend like disposition and is appropriate to executioners Scott in the Talisman gives Rich ird a headman a huge red Beard w Ith Shn is locks of the same color and on the other Hind the Ber Engana is introduced with Golden red hair is also regarded As a Mark of Craf tines and treachery in spam it h called the Hiir of Judas and he is distinguished by it m the Spanish paintings Shakespeare makes to sold say of her his very hair is of the dissembling to which Celia s Imet mgr Browner than Judas among the ancient nations the egyptians Are instr remarkable for their aversion to red hair and we Are accustomed Annilly to offer a Burnt sacrifice m Honor of their Devil Typo Ofa red haired Man but it is Hura Azely suggested by Way of that they had wafted War with a it Ion whose hair was of a the chinese picture their Devil is White with red Hiir Denom me the red de kor Barb inns a French Trivel or Libbril thin the chinese says i Pik Iowa vide True and i nil Dat i have seen English Vich h id not red Hiir Iti the High Ltd hair is rejoin pm As Defi Miry a Nobleman visit Rosr a in Ler my need for one of his Sony who Ems kept Tun of the Way upon an which i d to the supposition tint he was infirm or Daft. But on the father s no hiking a Fine hand one vim nor the n in i see uni has the Milter with to which Tho sorrow fully nothing the mat Ter with him to k at his hair " it was red. The ancient Romi Sand the modern italians a e Ben great admirers of women of Golden coloured hair. In our country red locks Are not looked upon As cont but i to Beauty in either sex the red haired people ire a silly More than commonly endowed in their mento can to turd to offset Hans Asai Nat hair some of the greatest men have been crowned with red Init Amonjr to them Ali it vigorous old pirate Illiam the Ofengand the Blond of followers still m i he veins of new England men Republican. Peculiarities of distinguished men. Rufus Choate it is a Iid never made a speech of any kind without first having written it out and commuted it to his memory. He Legal a Gur Neils Are subjected to the same laborious p Par lion the same thing is said to be True of Edward Everett All his orations Bear Marks mos my cite the number of leaves m a Sheet of the Mol careful finish especially in and correspond to the leaves not the pages i and the formation of their sentences fish which a Sheet contains. Take a Sheet of a Given these gentlemen Are gifted with an err Nam. Size Sava medium a Sheet 19 by 21 inches. And give it one fold like a common new Pipor and you have a Folio with two leaves or four pages give it another fold and you have a Quarto 4to will four leaves or eight pages five u another fold and you have an Octavo 6vo or eight leaves or sixteen pages and so on by another Mode of folding you obtain a 12mo, 28rno, and another again an 18mo, 30mo, the a figures and letters a Lough abbreviations of Litin and ordinarily in these Days Lur cd into rather bar Harou Enli a by printers publishers and booksellers for the Sake of Brevity thus they say a 12mo, a 24 to. A48mo instead of a duo Decimo if one understands the to s and mos and bus the num Ber of pages which a Book contains lie pm immediately form an idea of its size As for m stame when it is stated that a Book is a 12mo of 400 pp., pages he known at once what must be its appearance As to size making due allow Ance for the difference fir Lite thickness of Piper y Power of memory it i said that Averu will read Over a Long address Ivice. And then repeat it very near verbatim. Or Calhoun prepared All Bis speeches with a wonderful de Sree of labor and Seldom said anything m pc. Senate chamber which he had not fim fully considered and shaped a his study. Webster generally Speaks from full note a Winch the Skeleton of the speech is careful for de j eloped and All statistical statements. Lions distinctly set Down he Gene rally relies upon the moment for language and con mrs non of sentences but occasionally he desires to make i passage especially Iron and out at full length. A Western editor m commenting upon the Sli events that diseases May be comm mated a Bank notes remarks very cooly thai High. Scribers need not neglect to pay up on thai count As he is willing to run his risk of catch my anything in that Way catch los paper
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